- Sex : Male
- Born: Aug 17, 1776 at Waterboro, York, Maine, United States
- Died: Nov 10, 1872 at Crystal Plantation, Aroostook, Maine at 96 years
- Interment: at Patten Cemetery, Patten, Penobscot, Maine
- Sibling: Abigail Scribner (1769-1865)
- Sibling: Hannah Scribner (1770-1846)
- Sibling: Joseph Scribner (Abt 1774-Aft 1850)
- Sibling: Daniel Sampson Scribner (1776-1872)
- Sibling: Lydia Scribner (1780-1866)
- Sibling: Susan Scribner (1781-?)
- Sibling: Nathaniel Scribner (1784-1812)
- Sibling: Betsey Scribner (Abt 1786-Aft 1850)
Daniel's first wife, Hannah Kneeland, is buried in a field at her father's house on Bell Hill Road in Otisfield (Spurr, A HISTORY OF OTISFIELD [op. cit.], 558).
Daniel's second wife, Hannah Sampson, is remembered as a "woman of great industry and of fine character."
Daniel was a farmer. He lived in the Maine towns of Harrison, Otisfield, Parkman, Lincoln, Springfield, Patten and Crystal. He served for a short time with the Minute Men at Portland during the War of 1812, when the English warships "Boxer" and "Enterprise" attacked Portland and the surrounding forts. He is remembered as "a very faithful member of the Free Baptist Church, and was one of the most industrious of men, farming, logging, butchering, handling flax, and being able to undertake about every kind of work. He was very hardy and almost always had perfect health until near the close of his life. He had a very honorable and upright character" (Sinnett, THE HISTORY OF THE SCRIBNER FAMILIES [op. cit.], 76).
Event: Fact 1 - Fact 1
Location:at Veteran Of War Of 1812
Event: Fact 2 - Fact 2
Notes: Farmer And Carpenter
- WATERBORO (ME) VITAL RECORDS, Vol. 1, 1787-1825 (Maine State Archives Microfilm Roll 611)
- 558 William Samuel Spurr A HISTORY OF OTISFIELD, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, MAINE FROM THE ORIGINAL GRANT TO THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1944 The author, 1953
- DELAYED RETURNS FOR MAINE BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES TO 1891. Alphabetized Maine State Archives Microfilm Roll 90