|Brigadier General Abraham Buford|
|Col. John Snodgrass|
|Grave of Sergeant Leonard Addison Daniel|
|Grave of Private Thomas Young Daniel|
|Register showing David's promotion to Captain|
He was wounded twice in battle. First at the Battle of Resaca, Georgia on May 15, 1864, then again on July 20, 1864 at the Battle of Peachtree Creek during the Atlanta Campaign. He was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the Consolidated 27th Alabama Infantry Regiment on April 9, 1865. He would enjoy this promotion for less than one full month. On May 1, 1865, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel surrendered to Union Officials in Greensboro, North Carolina. He lived an additional 24 years after the war. David Chisolm Daniel died on September 3, 1889. He is buried in the Neal Hill Cemetery in Cherokee County, Alabama.
|Grave of David Chisolm Daniel|
On April 6, 1862, he was wounded at the Battle of Shiloh. He was sent home on April 10th to recover from his wounds. 2nd Lieutenant Daniel was later transferred to the 42nd Alabama Infantry Regiment for the remainder of the war.
John McEntire Daniel lived an additional 50 years after the Civil War. He died on November 7, 1915. He is buried in the Daniel Family Cemetery in Cherokee County, Alabama.
|Grave of Lieutenant John McEntire Daniel|
James Hemphill Daniel was born in Burke County, NC on August 23, 1829. He was the 5th child born to Major Chisolm Daniel and Rosanna McEntire. He enlisted as a Private in Company B, Alabama 55th Infantry on September 25, 1861 in Cedar Bluff, AL. He was 32 years old. During a skirmish in Nashville, TN on December 16, 1864, he was captured by Union forces.
After his capture, he was sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois where he remained for the duration of the war.
He was discharged in accordance with General Order No. 109 on June 6, 1865.
James Hemphill Daniel lived an additional 40 years after the Civil War. He died on June 2, 1905. He is buried in the Daniel Family Cemetery in Cherokee County, Alabama.
|Grave of Private James Hemphill Daniel|
William Graves Daniel was born in Cherokee County, AL on February 26, 1847. He was the 10th and final child born to Major Chisolm Daniel and Rosanna McEntire. He enlisted as a Private in Company B, Alabama 55th Infantry in the fall of 1863 in Cornith, MS. He was only 16 years old at the time of his enlistment. He served in the 55th for the duration of the war.
William is found on a 1907 census of former Confederate soldiers living in Alabama.
William lived an additional 54 years after the Civil War. He died on Christmas Day in the year 1919. He is buried in the Daniel Family Cemetery in Cherokee County, Alabama.
|Grave of William Daniel|
Since my relation to all the Daniel brothers is the same, I'll only provide one relationship chart.
My relation to David Chisolm Daniel:
David Chisolm Daniel (1834 - 1889)
is your 2nd cousin 5x removed
Maj. Chisolm Daniel (1790 - 1865)
Father of David Chisolm
Leonard Daniel (1770 - 1852)
Father of Maj. Chisolm
Josiah Daniel (1744 - 1811)
Father of Leonard
William Ford Daniel (1774 - 1848)
Son of Josiah
L. Chesley Daniel (1806 - 1882)
Son of William Ford
William Henry "Buck" Daniel (1827 - 1896)
Son of L. Chesley
Phebe Lucy Daniel (1862 - 1946)
Daughter of William Henry "Buck"
Valeria Lee Moss (1890 - 1968)
Daughter of Phebe Lucy
Phebe Teresa Wheeler Lewis (1918 - 1977)
Daughter of Valeria Lee
Joyce Elaine Lewis (1948 - )
Daughter of Phebe Teresa
You are the son of Joyce