Daniel Ball George – 1904 Death Certificate

Daniel George died in 1904 in Fischers Store, Comal County, Texas.

I found his death certificate to verify the information that I have. Here it is:

Daniel George Death Certificate, 1904

Daniel George Death Certificate, 1904

1904 MAR 25: Daniel George died at 4:30pm at the age of 81y 11d at his residence near Fischers Store, Comal, Texas. He was American. He suffered from Jaundice for 1 month 2 days.

NEXT TO DO: Look for a headstone photo or Find A Grave Page for Daniel George.

 

Daniel Ball George – 1900 US Federal Census

Daniel B. George was enumerated with his daughter’s family on the 1900 US Federal Census on 1 Jun 1900 in Comal County, Texas.

Let’s take a look:

George, Daniel Ball 1900 US Federal Census

1900 US Federal Census – Courtesy of Ancestry.com

1900 Jun 1: 1900 US Federal Census, Texas, Comal County, Justice Precinct #4; sheet 6B; Dwelling 110, Family 112, lines 66-74

  • W. Edward Hall, head, white, male, born Oct 1860, 39, married for 10 years, born in Texas, father born in Michigan, mother born in England, farmer, employed all year, can read, write and speak English, owns farm, free, farm schedule 97.
  • Danie Hall, wife, white, female, born Apr 1861, 39, married for 10 years, had 8 children, 7 still living, born in Texas, father born in Alabama, mother born in North Carolina, can read, write and speak English.
  • Ollie Hall, daughter, white, female, born Sep 1884, 15, single, she and parents born in Texas, can read, write and speak English.
  • James Hall, son, white, male, born Jun 1889, 10, single, he and parents born in Texas, at school for 9 months, can read, write and speak English.
  • Lottie Hall, daughter, white, female, born Aug 1891, 8, single, she and parents born in Texas, at school for 9 months.
  • Annie Hall, daughter, white, female, born Jun 1893, 6, single, she and parents born in Texas.
  • Carrol Hall, son, white, male, born Jan 1896, 4, single, he and parents born in Texas.
  • Willieruth Hall, daughter, white, female, born Jan 1898, 2, single, she and parents born in Texas.
  • Daniel George, father-in-law, white, male, born Mar 1823, 77, widowed, born in Alabama, father born in Alabama, mother born in Georgia, landlord, employed all year, can read, write and speak English.

 

Things to Note:

  1. Daniel George is listed as widowed so Mary McSween died before 1900. – this coincides with the information I have that she died in 1897 – look for her death record.
  2. Daniel George was born Mar 1823 in Alabama – this coincides with what I have already.
  3. Daniel George’s father was born in Alabama, and his mother was born in Georgia. – This matches what I have for his father, but not for his mother.
  4. Daniel George is listed as a landlord.
  5. Daniel George’s Daughter, Mary Ardana George, married W. Edward Hall in about 1890. – look for marriage record.
  6. Mary Ardana George went by Danie.
  7. Mary Ardana had 8 children, 7 still living. – verify I have all her children.
  8. Mary Ardana George was born in Apr 1861 in Texas. – Look for birth record.

 

Things To Do:

  1. Look for Death Record for Mary McSween George who died before 1900.
  2. Make a note of the fact there is a different birth location for Daniel Ball’s mother.
  3. Look for a Marriage Record for W. Edward Hall and Mary Ardana “Danie” George in about 1890. Start by checking Texas.
  4. Verify that I have all the children for W. Edward Hall and Mary Ardana George.
  5. Look for a birth Record for Mary Ardana George, born in Apr 1861 in Texas.
  6. Daniel George is listed as a landlord, but this census record states that W. Edward Hall owns his farm free and clear, does this mean that Daniel George was renting his place out to someone else, and if so, then who?
  7. Look for land deeds for Daniel George and W. Edward Hall.

Next To Do: Look for Death Record for Daniel Ball George. I have that he died in 1904.

 

Daniel B. & Mary George – 1880 US Federal Census

Daniel B. George and his household were enumerated on the 1880 US Federal Census on 9 Jun 1880 in Comal County, Texas.

Let’s take a look:

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com

1880 Jun 9-10: 1880 US Federal Census, Texas, Comal County; p4; Household 32, Family 32
1. Daniel B. George, white, male, 56, married, farmer, born in Alabama, father born in South Carolina, mother was born in North Carolina.
2. Mary George, white, female, 56, wife, married, keeping house, born in North Carolina, parents born in Scotland.
3. Elizabeth George, white, female, 23, daughter, widowed, at home, born in Texas, father born in Alabama, mother born in North Carolina.
4. Nancy George, white, female, 21, daughter, married, at home, born in Texas, father born in Alabama, mother born in North Carolina.
5. Ardana George, white, female, 19, daughter, single, at home, born in Texas, father born in Alabama, mother born in North Carolina.
6. Catherine George, white, female, 15, daughter, single, at home, born in Texas, father born in Alabama, mother born in North Carolina.
7. Andrew Watson, white, male, 31, son-in-law, married, farm laborer on his father-in-law farm, born in Alabama, parents born in Alabama.
8. James Cummins, white, male, 20, at work, single, farm laborer, born in Texas, parents born in Missouri.

Things to Note:

  • Daniel B. George was 56 in 1880, making him born about 1824 in Alabama.
  • Daniel B. George’s father was born in South Carolina and his mother in North Carolina. (Does not match what I have)
  • Mary George is the wife of Daniel B. George.
  • Mary George was 56 in 1880, making her born about 1824 in North Carolina.
  • Mary George’s parents were both born in Scotland.
  • Elizabeth George was 23 in 1880, making her born about 1857 in Texas.
  • Elizabeth George is the widowed daughter of Daniel B. George and presumably Mary George.
  • Nancy George was 21 in 1880, making her born about 1859 in Texas.
  • Nancy George is the married daughter of Daniel B. George and presumably Mary George.
  • Ardana George was 19 in 1880, making her born about 1861 in Texas.
  • Ardana George was the single daughter of Daniel B. George and presumably Mary George.
  • Catherine George was 15 in 1880, making her born about 1865 in Texas.
  • Andrew Watson was 31 in 1880, making him born about 1849 in Alabama.
  • Andrew Watson is the son-in-law of Daniel B. George. (Since Nancy George is the only married daughter living here, he is presumably her husband.)
  • There is a 20 year old, single male, named James Cummins, living with them in 1880. (Who is this and why is he living with the George Family)

NEXT TO DO: Look for Daniel Ball George in the 1900 US Federal Census. His wife should not appear with him, as I have her listed as dying in 1897.

Daniel & Mary George – 1870 US Federal Census

Daniel George and his household were enumerated on the 1870 US Federal Census on 18 Jul 1870 in Spring Branch, Comal County, Texas.

Let’s take a look:

1870 Jul 18: 1870 US Federal Census, Texas, Comal County, Spring Branch (Post Office); p87; Household 627, Family 643

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com

  1. Daniel Georg, 47, male, white, farmer, personal property value $800, born in Alabama, male citizen over the age of 21.
  2. Mary Georg, 46, female, white, keeping house, born in North Carolina.
  3. Sintha Georg, 24, female, white, at home, born in Alabama.
  4. Benjamin Georg, 20, male, white, at home, born in Florida.
  5. Daniel Georg, 15, male, white, born in Texas, attended school.
  6. Elisabeth Georg, 12, female, white, born in Texas, attended school.
  7. Nancy Georg, 11, female, white, born in Texas, attended school.
  8. Mary Georg, 9, female, white, born in Texas, attended school.
  9. Katie Georg, 4, female, white, born in Texas.
  10. Smith, Margarethe, 22, female, white, school teacher, real estate value $400, born in Texas.

Things To Note:

  • Daniel George was 47 in 1870, making him born about 1823 in Alabama.
  • Daniel George is a farmer in 1870.
  • Mary George was 46 in 1870, making her born about 1824 in North Carolina.
  • Sintha George (Cynthia) was 24 in 1870, making her born about 1846 in Alabama.
  • Benjamin George was 20 in 1870, making him born about 1850 in Florida.
  • Daniel George was 15 in 1870, making him born about 1855 in Texas.
  • Daniel George was attending school in 1870.
  • Elizabeth George was 12 in 1870, making her born about 1858 in Texas.
  • Elizabeth George was attending school in 1870.
  • Nancy George was 11 in 1870, making her born about 1859 in Texas.
  • Nancy George was attending school in 1870.
  • Mary George was 9 in 1870, making her born about 1861 in Texas.
  • Mary George was attending school in 1870.
  • Katie George was 4 in 1870, making her born about 1866 in Texas.
  • There is a Margarethe Smith, age 22, school teacher living with them. (Who is this? Why is she living with the George Family?)

NEXT TO DO: Locate Daniel & Mary in the 1880 US Federal Census.

Daniel & Mary George – 1860 US Federal Census

Daniel B. George and his household were enumerated on the 1860 US Federal Census on 11 Sep 1860 in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas.

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com

1860 Sep 11: 1860 US Federal Census, Texas, Comal County, New Braunfels; p90; Household 720, Family 687

  1. Danl George, 37, male, farmer, personal property value $850, born in Alabama.
  2. Mary George, 36, female, born in North Carolina.
  3. Cindy George, 14, female, born in Alabama.
  4. Benjamin George, 11, male, born in Florida.
  5. D. Webster George, 6, male, born in Texas.
  6. Elisabeth George, 3, female, born in Texas.
  7. Nancy George, 1, female, born in Texas.

Things To Note:

  • Daniel George was 37 years old in 1860, making him born about 1823 in Alabama.
  • Daniel George was a farmer in 1860.
  • Daniel George had personal property valued at $850.
  • Mary George was 36 years old in 1860, making him born about 1824 in North Carolina.
  • Cindy George was 14 in 1860, making her born about 1846 in Alabama.
  • Benjamin George was 11 in 1860, making him born about 1849 in Florida.
  • D. Webster George was 6 in 1860, making him born about 1854 in Texas.
  • Elisabeth George was 3 in 1860, making her born about 1857 in Texas.
  • Nancy George was 1 in 1860, making her born about 1859 in Texas.

NEXT TO DO: Locate George and Mary George in the 1870 US Federal Census.

Daniel & Mary George Household – 1850 US Federal Census

Daniel B. George and his household were enumerated on the 1850 US Federal Census on 25 Sep 1850 in Barbour County, Alabama.

Here is that census record. The quality of this document is not great.

Photo from Ancestry.com

Photo from Ancestry.com

1850 US Federal Population Schedule, Alabama, Barbour County, pg 269; Family 405

  1. Daniel B. George, 27, male, farmer, born in Alabama.
  2. Mary George, 25, female, born in North Carolina.
  3. Cinthia George, 3 female, born in Alabama.
  4. Daniel George, 5 months old, male, born in Alabama.

Things to Note:

  • Daniel B. George was 27 years old in 1850, making him born about 1823 in Alabama.
  • Daniel B. George is a farmer in 1850.
  • Mary George is 25 years old in 1850, making her born about 1825 in North Carolina.
  • Cinthia George is 3 years old in 1850, making her born about 1847 in Alabama.
  • Daniel George was 5 months old in 1850, making him born about 1849 in Alabama. (This record actually does not fit the Daniel George that I have, but does fit the Enoch George that I have. Keep an eye on this.)

NEXT TO DO: Locate Daniel & Mary George in the 1860 US Federal Census.

1840 US Federal Census – Enoch Ben George Family

Moving over to Barbour County, Alabama I think I have located Enoch Ben and his family. Again, all family members are covered, there are a couple extra males I don’t know what they are.

Let’s look:

1840: 1840 US Federal Census; Alabama; Barbour County, p66

 

Photo from ancestry.com

Photo from ancestry.com

Head of Household: E Ben George
Males:
Under 5: 1 (Moses)
5-9: 1 (Enoch)
15-19: 1 (Daniel)
20-29: 2 (Don’t know)
50-59: 1 (Enoch)
Females:
Under 5: 1 (Cinthia)
5-9: 1 (Nancy)
10-14: 1 (Rachael)
15-19: 1 (Susanna)
30-39: 1 (Cinthia)

Next To Do: Locate them in the 1850 US Federal Census