Name: Daniel Howell
Given Name: Daniel
_TAG3: YES 1
Birth: 1759 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Daniel's pension application as a soldier in the Revolutionary War, states he was born in 1759 in Philadelphia County, PA.
Death: 5 Mar 1836 in , Floyd, Virginia
Declaration was filed in Floyd County, VA by Daniel Howell Senr. personally in said county 21 Sep 1833. States that in his first tour served under Capt. Joshua Wilson of one month - which was an early period of the war Summer of 1778. Second tour was within one year after his first. Declarant by reason of his great age and time cannot recollect than to say that it was the Cherokee Expedition and he thinks he left home August following the June in which he recd certificate of discharge...returned early in winter of...went on 3rd expedition. Last tour completed just before the battle of Guilford Cour House, NC. Served at least nine months.
States he was born in Philadelphia Co. PA 1759, removed from his present residence soon or not very long after the revolution, into the adjoining county of Patrick where he remained about 5 years, then returned into the county where he now resides, to wit: Floyd Co., VA.
Declaration in Floyd Co., VA, 20 Jun 1836, on motion of Frances Howell, widow of Daniel Howell dec'd. That pensioner Daniel Howell died intestate 5 Mar 1836, intermarried with said Frances Howell and she is still alive.
States he enlisted from Botetourt County, VA, that he served on the Cherokee Expedition, Reedy Fork of Haw river.
Land 1782 , Botetourt, Virginia
Virginia Pension Roll of 1835, Report from the Secretary of War
In relation to the Pension Establishment Of the United States 1835
Daniel Howell, Sen., Floyd County, Private Virginia Militia
$30.00 Annual Allowance, $90.00 Amount Received
September 26, 1833 Pension started, Age 75
Early Settlers of Botetourt Co:
Census: 1840 , Floyd, Virginia
Land 10 Jun 1793 , Patrick, Virginia
Note: 10 Jun 1793 Court: Patrick Co, VA: "Deed Daniel Howell to Francis Turner"
Census: 1810 Christiansburg, Montgomery, Virginia
Note: p. 653: Daniel Howell, 1 male under 10, 2 males 10-16, 2 males 16-26, 1 male over 45; 1 female 16-26, 1 female over 45.
Census: 1820 Newburn Twp., Montgomery, Virginia
Note: Daniel Howell: 1 male over 45, 1 female 26-45.
Census: 1830 , Montgomery, Virginia
Note: Daniel Howell, Sr, 1 male 60-70; 1 female 15-20, 1 female 50-60.
Daniel Howell, 1782 tax on 175 and 100 acres
Annals of SW Virginia, p. 492:
13 Apr 1790, Daniel Howel, 37 acres, Mill Creek, Branch of Little River
p. 925: 15 Mar 1794, Daniel Howel (grantor) to Jacob Peek. L30, 104 acres, West Fork Little River.
Virginia Pension Roll of 1835
Change Date: 29 Aug 2011 at 15:26
DANIEL HOWELL, SEN.
PRIVATE, VIRGINIA MILITIA
$30.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE, $90.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED
SEPTEMBER 26, 1833 PENSION STARTED, AGE 75
Virginia Service of Daniel Howel
"Declaration was filed in Floyd County Virginia by Daniel Howell Senr. personlally in said county 21 September 1833 July 13. States that, in his first tour served under Capt. Joshua Wilson of one month- which was an early period of the war Summer of 1778. 2nd tour was within one year after his first--declarant by reason of his great age and time cannot recollect than to say that it was the Cherokee Expedition and he thinks he left home August following the June in which he recd certificate of discharge - -he returned early in the winter of --- went on 3rd expedition - last tour completed just before the battle of Guilford Court House N C .
He served at least nine months
States he was Born in Philadelphia Co. Pennsylvania 1759, He removed from his present residence soon or not very long after the revolution, moved, not out his present neighborhood into the adjoining county of Patrick where he remained about 5 years Then he returned into the county where he now resides -to wit; Floyd County, VA
Declaration in Floyd Co Va 1836 June 20, on motion of Frances Howell, widow of Daniel Howell dec'd. That pensioner Daniel Howell died intestate March 5, 1836, that he intermarried with said Frances Howell and she is still alive.
It was stated he enlisted from Botetourt Co. Va, that he served on Cherokee Expedition, Reedy Fork of Haw river.
Daniel Howell, the eldest son of Benjamin, states on his pension application as a soldier in the Revolutionary War, that he was born in 1759 in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
Father: Benjamin Howell b: 1735 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mother: Maria Elisabetha Beest b: Abt 1738 in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Frances Clarke b: Abt 1766
in , Montgomery, Virginia
- Change Date:
12 Sep 2011
- Mark Howell b: Abt 1788 in , Montgomery, Virginia
- David N. Howell b: 1791 in , Montgomery, Virginia
- Nancy Howell b: 26 Oct 1794 in , Montgomery, Virginia
- John Howell b: 21 Mar 1798 in , Montgomery, Virginia
- Abbrev: Early Adventurers on the Western Waters
Title: Early Adventurers on the Western Waters
History of SW Virginia's earliest settlers
Author: Kegley, Mary B. & F.B. Kegley
Publication: Green Publishers, Inc. Orange, VA, 1980
Name: Family History Library (FHL)
35 North West Temple Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84150-3400 USA
Page: vol. 1 p. 321
Text: "(List of Taxable Property for year 1783 in Capt. Eason's Company. Wythe County chancery, Record Book 2, p. 851, McClanahan v. McGeorge et als):
Daniel Allen, Senr., Daniel Allen,
Griffith Dickerson, Jr., Moses Dickerson, Griffith Dickerson, Senr.
Joshua Howell, Daniel Howell, Benj. Howell
Ruth Huff, Joseph Huff