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Dailey Family in Monroe County

Dailey Family in Monroe County

Posted: 4 Apr 1999 8:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:03AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey, Rickard, Griffis, McMurphy, Burson, Montgomery
Received off the internet:
Owen Dailey was born in Ireland about 1675 and immigrated to North Carolina. After the Revolutionary War, his grandson Owen came to north Monroe county around the latter 1770s, married Sarah Elizabeth Rikard. They had many children, among them David Dailey. David married Sarah Abigail and too had many children. Hugh Dailey was their son and married Sarah Griffis. Hugh and Sarah had David Lawrence who married Mary Ann McMurphy. David Lawrence and Mary Ann had Alex Daniel Dailey. Alex Daniel married Leila Burson and had 10 children, including Ila Pearl Dailey. These families lived in north Monroe county and in Wilcox County in the communities of Watson's Crossing, Neenah, and Fatama. I am looking for a Charlie and Emma(Montgomery) Dailey from Beatrice.



Charles Oscar Dailey

Mary Lou Dailey (View posts)
Posted: 26 Apr 1999 1:43AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:04AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey
I know of a Charles Dailey and he was born in Monre if I am not mistaken. You probably heard of him already from the extensive family. Is this my cousin Sue who lives in Gas city?
I am here in California. My father was born there in Indiana and has a large family named Dailey. He is 96 this year and doing fine.
I hope some of this information is useful, please reply and let me know if this is the Charles Dailey you are looking for.
Sincerely
Mary Lou Dailey Hart

DAILEY's of Monroe County

dee whitley (View posts)
Posted: 29 Apr 1999 7:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:07AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey, Johnson, Riley
Sue,
I also descend from the Daileys of Monroe County, AL.
I will start with what I know: My grandmother was named
Bertha Dailey. She was the daughter of George Dailey and
Mary Johnson. George Dailey was the son of Jerry Dailey
and Emily (Emma) Riley. Jerry was the son of Joseph Dailey
and a woman of color named Sally? (this is based on
family folklore). Joseph Dailey owned a store in
in Beatrice, AL. Back to Bertha, she was buried in the Dailey
cemetery that is in Beatrice, AL. My aunt has told me that
there is also a Owen, Joseph, Alex, as well as other
Daileys. Do any of these names sound familiar? If they do,
please email me for I really think that we have a
connection somewhere among the many children of the
Daileys.

Dailey-Arnold Connection in South Carolina

Vic Jeter (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jun 1999 3:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:10AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey, Arnold, Masterson, Dowis
William Dailey(1766-1844) of the Greenville District of South Carolina may have perhaps married a granddaughter of Benjamin Arnold, Sr., possibly a Mary or Melinda Arnold. His children were John Arnold (1797-1871)--- my gggrandfather--- Henry H.(1814-1887), Malinda C., Permelia, Thomas R., Sarah Caroline, and William, Jr.

William's father may have been Alexander(ca1730-ca1780) of Virginia and his grandfather Owen(ca1680-aft1730)of Ireland. It appears that William's siblings included: Owen(1756-1842), John(ca1760-aft1830)and Vines (ca1779-ca1824). Owen married Elizabeth Masterson and John married Rebecca Dowis. No info on any marriage of Vines.

John Arnold Dailey's children were: William Owen, Anne, Franklin O., Emma A., John Arnold, Jr., James Hendrick, Malinda J. (Lynn), Thomas Benjamin, and Sarah L. (Sally).

William Dailey and the Johm Arnold family were residing in 1800 near Fork Shoals in the Greenville District of South Carolina.
Any information on the connection of these two families would be very much appreciated.

John W. Dailey of Clinton County, Ohio

John M. Dailey (View posts)
Posted: 9 Aug 1999 10:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:04AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey, Clifton
Searching for ancestors of John W. Dailey, b 11 Jan 1827 at Wayne Township, Clinton County, Ohio, d 23 Dec 1898 at same location, m Mary Clifton, b 23 Dec 1826 at Fayette County, Ohio, d 02 Dec 1899 at Wayne Township, Clinton County, Ohio, JDa1665845@aol.com, John M. Dailey, 1-310-377-5940, 30753 Ganado Drive, Palos Verdes, CA. 90275. Thank You! Happy to exchange info.

Owen Aiken Dailey family

Ken Cottingham (View posts)
Posted: 10 Aug 1999 6:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:08AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey
I descend from the Dailey family in Bibb County Alabama. I am interested in researching furthe back Please contact at my email address Will share info we have on dailey family.

Re: ARNOLD

Ruby Sharp (View posts)
Posted: 19 Aug 1999 4:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:11AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey, Arnold
I have a lot of information on Benjamin Arnold
and family. I think the Dailey is in it. email me and I will ck.
I am not at home and do not have my records.

Daileys of Alabama

Posted: 21 Aug 1999 9:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:14AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey, Majors, Burson, Hamilton
David and Abigail Dailey are the parents of Sarahanne Dailey Majors wife of William Majors. Sarahanne's son, Thomas David, is my g-grandfather, he married Maggie Burson. My Grandmother was Sally Majors Hamilton wife of Ross S. Hamilton. Thomas David left Wilcox and settled in Frisco City, Al where he and Maggie are buried with their daughters and sons and their grandchildren in Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery. I have all names, dates and the Majors Bible copyright 1848. My e-mail jbrad@frontiernet.net

Re: Arnold Family of South Carolina

Vic Jeter (View posts)
Posted: 1 Sep 1999 2:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:11AM GMT
Surnames: Arnold
Thank you for your reply. Please e-mail me at estelle@fullnet.com

Hamilton Connection

Posted: 28 May 2000 6:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jul 2003 5:14AM GMT
Surnames: Dailey, Hamilton, Boggan
Looking for a connection to Hamilton family. My husbands' grandmother was related to the Hamiltons some way. She was the daughter of Soloman Daniel Boggan and Sarah(or Sallie) Cathelene Dailey. Could this be the connection mentioned here?
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