Mary Ann DANIELAge: 35 years18211857

Name
Mary Ann DANIEL
Given names
Mary Ann
Surname
DANIEL
Birth May 4, 1821

Birth of a son
#1
Thomas LOWERY

Birth of a sisterSary Jane DANIEL
January 29, 1823 (Age 20 months)

Birth of a sisterTemperance DANIEL
July 20, 1825 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a brotherThomas Franklin DANIEL
February 5, 1828 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a brotherWilliam W. DANIEL
February 4, 1831 (Age 9 years)
Birth of a brotherSeborn Wilson DANIEL
March 21, 1833 (Age 11 years)

Birth of a brotherJames H. DANIEL
June 29, 1836 (Age 15 years)
MarriageThomas H. LOWERYView this family
before January 1839 (Age 17 years)
Birth of a brotherGeorge Washington DANIEL
August 7, 1840 (Age 19 years)
Birth of a son
#2
George LOWERY
about 1845 (Age 23 years)
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Citation details: 1860 census, San Sada, precinct 5, Butler, AL, Series: M653 Roll: 3 Page: 134-135
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a daughter
#3
Mary Elizabeth LOWERY
about 1847 (Age 25 years)
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Citation details: 1860 census, Sal Sada, Butler, AL, precinct 5, Series: M653 Roll:3 Page: 135
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a son
#4
Alpheus LOWERY
about 1849 (Age 27 years)
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Citation details: 1870 census, Rutledge, Crenshaw, Township 10, AL, Series:M593 Roll:12 Page: 78
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a daughter
#5
Amanda LOWERY
about 1853 (Age 31 years)

Publication: http://persi.heritagequestonline.com , © 1999-2004
Citation details: 1860 census, Sal Sada, Butler, AL, precinct 5, Series: M653 Roll:3 Page: 135
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a son
#6
John D. LOWERY
1854 (Age 32 years)
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Citation details: 1870 census, Rutledge, Crenshaw, Township 10, AL, Series:M593 Roll:12 Page: 78
Quality of data: secondary evidence
Death of a husbandThomas H. LOWERY
before June 1855 (Age 34 years)

Death before April 1857 (Age 35 years)

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elder sister
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herself
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younger sister
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younger sister
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younger brother
3 years
younger brother
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younger brother
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younger brother
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Family with Thomas H. LOWERY - View this family
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herself
Marriage: before January 1839Butler County, Alabama, USA
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BirthBible, Thomas Daniel
MarriageSweetwater Church records (CEMcD Notes)
Shared note
Mr Addison's ltr: "...It was thought by some that Dora was the most beautiful woman they ever knew. I was old enough to remember her before she & her father moved away & can testify to the fact that she was very beautiful, but what added to her beauty was her pleasant & agreeable ways. Her father, "Grandpa Tommie", as he was called, because of his age and kind disposition, was a miller, chairmaker and basket maker. One of his make, a rocking chair is in the Addison family now. No one knows haw many Tom Daniels there have been in these parts. Grandpa Tom, his son Tom (Miller Tom), grandson Tom, and great-grandson Tom. Big Tom, Little Tom, Singing Tom, Smiling Tom & Tom Will, and I suppose the name is kept on down the line in all the new generations." NOTE: Mr. Addison's letter calls Thomas' daughter "Dora", but Thomas' bible says she was "Mary A.", the "A" is difficult to read and could possible be another letter, but Broyce says she was "Mary Ann". Thomas did have a grand- daughter named Madora (Mrs. Jones) that was living in his HH with her 2 children. In the estate papers of Thomas H. Lowery, dated 27 June, 28 Aug 1855, several children all minors are listed, "Mary" now seems to be "Elizabeth". Property consisted of "200 acres of land with home dwelling and out buildings, plus one Negra boy slave appraised a $1000". Mary Ann petitioned for a Dowers 1/3 interest and received 60 acres with dwelling. On Jan 28 1857 the remainder of land was "knocked off" to Mary Ann at $3.00 per acre. She died prior to April 4, 1857 at which time estate papers on the Mary A. Lourery Estate were filed. Mary Ann joined Sweet Water P.B. Church on 11 Aug 1838. So did her father, Thomas Daniel. By the 1st of Jan 1839, she had become Mary Ann Lowery according to the Church records.