He married, 27 February 1753 in Orange County, Virginia, ELIZABETH VIVION, daughter of John Vivion and Jane Smith. She was born BEF 1737 in Middlesex County, Virginia, and died Bef 1798 in Clark County, Kentucky.
They are the 4th great grandparents of Marianne Dillow.
Vivion Daniel was a member of the Orange County, Virginia Committee of Safety from 1774-1775 and Captain of the local militia during the Revolutionary War. He is listed in "The Index of the American Revolution, Fort Harrison Chapter, Lineage Records of Members, p. 16.
Vivion was on the committee of Orange County 22 December 1774, the committee members were: James Madison, Chairman; James Taylor, William Bell, Thomas Barbour, Zachriah Burnley, Rowland Thomas, William Moore, John Scott, James Walker, William Pannill, Francis Moore, James Madison, Jun., Larence Taliaferro, Thomas Bell, Vivion Daniel, Francis Taylor, Clerk.
There are many records of Vivion Daniel in " Pamunkey Neighbors of Orange County, Virginia" by Sparacio.
Elizabeth Vivion, wife of Vivion Daniel, lineage is : Line of ascendancy to Henry II, King of England: correct (March 2009) lineage of Martha Eltonhead and her daughter Eltonhead Conway. contributed by Marianne Dillow, given to her by Douglas Richardson, author of "Plantagenet Ancestry, 2004" and "Magna Carta Ancestry", 2005.
William Longespée, Knt., 3rd Earl of Salisbury, married Ela of Salisbury.
Stephen Longespée, Knt., of King’s Sutton, Northamptonshire, married Emeline de Ridelisford.
Ela Longespée married Roger la Zouche, Knt., of Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire.
Alan la Zouche, Knt., Lord Zouche, married Eleanor De Segrave.
Maud la Zouche married Robert de Holand, Knt., 1st Lord Holand.
Maud (or Matilda) de Holand married Thomas de Swinnerton, Knt., 3rd Lord Swinnerton.
Robert de Swinnerton, Knt., 4th Lord Swinnerton, married Elizabeth de Beke.
Mary Savage married (as his 1st wife) William Stanley, Esq., of Hooton (in Wirral), Cheshire.
William Stanley, Esq., of Hooton (in Wirral), Cheshire, Stanley, married Alice Hoghton (or Houghton).
Henry Thacker, Jr. and Elizabeth Payne
Elizabeth Thacker and John Vivion II
John Vivion III and Jane Smith
Elizabeth Vivion and Vivion Daniel
- Peter Daniel was born 29 Sep 1760, and died 1821. He married Nancy Hunt 1792, daughter of John Hunt. She was born 24 Jan 1775, and died 1816.
- Nancy Daniel. She married Tyre Oldham before 1803. She married Shelton C. Watkins 6 Jul 1807.
- Frances Daniel was born ABT 1763 in Bedford, Virginia, and died ABT 1810 in Jackson County, Tennessee. She married John Dale ABT 1788 in Bedford, Virginia. He was born 1763 in VA (Probably Fauquier Cty.), and died 28 Aug 1833 in Sparta, White County, Tennessee.
- Jane Daniel was born 1764, and died 1800. She married George Quesenberry 4 Jun 1783 in Orange County, Virginia.
- Vivion Daniel was born 1765, and died 3 Aug 1837 in near Morning View, Campbell County, Kentucky.
- Margaret Daniel was born 1767 in Virginia. She married John Collins 10 May 1797, but was described as "single" in her father's will dated June 1802.
- Elizabeth Daniel was born 1769, and died 1802.
- John Daniel was born AFT 1775, and died 1821 in Clark Cty., KY. He married Lydia Jackson 14 Jul 1803 in Clark County, KY.
- 1. Vivion Daniel (1726-1803)
- 4. William Daniel (1625-1678)
- 5. Jochabed Smith (c1622-1695)
- 6. John Vivion I (c1655-1705)
- 7. Margaret Smith (c1658-bef1703)
- 12. Thomas Vivion (c1627-1670)
- 13. Mary Owen (c1627-)
- 14. John Smith (c1630-)
- 15. Margaret Unknown (c1630-)
In the name of God, Amen, I Vivion Daniel of Clark County and State of Kentucky, being in perfect health, sound mind, sense and memory do make this my last will and Testament, revoking all other wills by me heretofore made.
Item. I give unto my daughter, Margaret one negro girl named Critle with all her increase, one bed and furniture, one mare and saddle all of which property I have delivered unto her, also two hundred acres of land being part of a survey which I have lying on the water of Rock Lick Creek, waters of Rough Creek, which is the waters of Green river. I also lend unto my daughter Maragaret the Plantation whereon John Daniel now Lives with its appurtenances so long as she lives single and after her death or intermarriage the said plantation with its appurtenances is to descend to my son Jno. Daniel or his heirs or assigns.
Item. I give unto my son, Peter Daniel, one negro boy named Jerry, one horse and saddle, one bed and furniture, and one stud horse, by the name Whigg, all which property I have delivered unto him, also one hundred acres of land being part of a survey I have on Rock Lick Creek, waters of Rough Creek, which is waters of Green River.
Item. I give unto my friend George Quisenberry who married my daughter Jane, one negro girl named Sarah, one horse, also one cow, one bed and furniture, all of which property I have delivered unto him, also two hundred acres of land being part of a survey which I have, lying on Rock Lick Creek, waters of Rough Creek, which is waters of Green River.
Item. I give unto my daughter Frances Deale's three children, viz: Elizabeth Deale, Daniel Deale, and Janette Deale, one negro girl named Keriah with all her increaase, one horse and saddle, one bed and furniture and one hundred acres of land all of which property I have delivered into the possession of Jno. Deale, the father of the said Elizabeth, Daniel, and Jannette Deale. (The surname is mispelled as it is spelled Dale.... ( John Dale).
Item. I give unto my daughter, Nancy Oldham, one negro girl named Alice, one horse and saddle, one bed and furniture and one hundred acres of land, all of which property I have delivered into her possession.
Item. I give unto my son, John, one negro boy named Moses, one horse saddle and one bed and furniture, all of which property I have delivered unto him. Also at my death one hundred acres of land, including my houses and farm where I now live.
Item. I give unto my wife Nancy (she married Tyre Oldham) hone bay mare, known by name of -----------, one cow and calf, six ewes, one bed, all my geese, half of my dunghill fowls, one half of my hogs, one half of my bacon, pork, and beef, one half of corn, flax, hemp, cotton, and wool, and one half all my corps which may be growing at my death, and it is my will that at my death my old trusty female servant Keziah shall be free.
And it is my will that all the residue of my estate both real and personal be equally divided between my children after giving to my daughter Jane Quisenberry's children one sixth part, and my daughter Frances Deale's children one sixth part, and it is my will that my executor or executors will sell the balance of my estate alluded to above, which is to be divided after my death amongst my children.
And lastly, I constitute and appoint my friends David Collins and David Bullock executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 21st day of June, eighteen hundred and two.
Signed, Sealed and acknowledged Vivion Daniel (SEAL)
Probated at Clark County, Kentucky, Court, the 7th day of February, 1803.
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