Deed Book "D", page 84: July 5, 1785, from Simon Terrell and Sarah
his wife of Chatham County
to Jacob McDaniel of Chatham County for 150 pounds land on the New Garden Road 160 acres of
land. Mentions William Varnals corner stone. Signed by Simon Terrell and Sarah Terrell,
witnessed by Aaron Terrell and Benjamin Watts (Jacob McDaniel's father in law). Recorded May
8, 1786, proved by Aaron Terrell.
Deed Book "G", page 155: Nov 28, 1792, from State of North Carolina
(No. 1079) to Jacob
McDaniel, 79 acres on Nicks Creek for the sum of 10 pounds for every 100 acres. Mentions David
Deed Book "G", page 321: Nov 17, 1792, from the State of North Carolina
(No. 1104) to Arthur
McDaniel, 62 acres at the head of Georges Creek. Mentions William Harts line and Bullards
Deed Book "K", page 123, March 2, 1788, from Nathaniel Forester of Chatham
County to Jacob
McDaniel for ten pounds for 43 acres on the waters of the Rockey River. Signed Nathaniel
Forester, witnessed by David Teague and Elijah Teague. Proved Feb 1799 by David Teague.
Deed Book "K", page 464: June 7, 1799, from State of North Carolina
for 50 shillings for every
hundred acres, to Jacob McDaniel, 50 acres on the waters of Nickes Creek. Mentions Thomas
Forrister Senrs corner
Deed Book "L", page 37: May 1800 between John Rosson Sr of Chatham Co
to Bradley Self, my son
in law for five shillings current money land on the waters of Landrums Creek, 60 acres.
Mentions Robert Jones corner. The same land as in a patent dated April 5, 1798. Proven in
court May sessions 1800 by John Rossen. Deed signed by a "x" for John Rosen.
Deed Book "L", page 37: Jan 3, 1800, from James Hunter of Chatham
County to Jacob McDaniel for
100 pounds for 60 acres, land on the waters of the Rockey River. Witnessed by Geo. Gee and T.
W. Carroll. Proven in May Session of court 1800 by T. W. Carroll.
Deed Book "L", page 38: May 15, 1799, between Patty Glascock,
widow, of the County of Moore
and State of North Carolina and Robert Whinnery of Chatham Co. For 50 pounds, 100 acres of
land that was granted to George Glascock deceased by grant No 753 dated Sept 3, 1785.
Deed Book "N", page 425: Dec 12, 1803, between Henry Bray Senr of Chatham
Co and Jacob McDaniel
of Chatham County for 10 pounds for 21 acres. Signed Henry Bray Senor, witnessed by Sam
McDaniel and Benjamin Watt Daniel. Proven in August term of court 1804 by Samuel McDaniel.
Deed Book "N", page 463: Dec 12, 1803 between Henry Bray Senr of Chatham
County to Jacob
McDaniel of Chatham County, for 300 pounds land on the north side of the Rocky River including
the plantation whereon the said Thomas Forrester did live. Mentions Isaac Teagues line, Samuel
McDaniel's line. Witnessed by Sam McDaniel and Benj. Watts McDaniel. Proven by Samuel
McDaniel in August sessions of court 1804.
Deed Book "M", page 518: Jan 13, 1805 between Nathan Stidman of Chatham
County and Jacob
McDaniel of Chatham for 250 pounds, land on the west side of the Rocky River, 195 acres.
Mentions Philip SIlers line, Lacys Creek, Robert Williams corner. Witnessed by David Teague
and Oroon D. Alston. Prooven in February sessions court 1805 by David Teague.
Deed Book "P", page 164: Jan 16, 1806, between Pliker Siler of Chatham
County and Jacob
McDaniel of Chatham County for 80 dollars land on the Rocky River, 44 acres. Mentions Lacys
Creek. Witnessed by David Teague and James Hunter. Proven May session 1808 court by James
I am a descendant of Jacob McDaniel. Trish Elliott-Kashima, Lawrenceburg, TN