|Birth: ||Mar. 6, 1756|
|Death: ||Mar. 12, 1824|
South Carolina, USA
Edward Lawrence McDaniel was born in Pennsylvania on March 6th 1756. By the start of the American Revolution, Edward was living in Chester District, South Carolina and served as private and horseman in Captains' Thompson's and Garrison's regiments. During the service, he was in several engagements, was wounded in the shoulder at the battle of Rocky Mount, and his leg was broken by a musket ball in the battle of Hanging Rock. Edward was later pensioned by the State of South Carolina on account of wounds received in the War.
On February 13th 1781, Edward married Miss Elizabeth McCaw, daughter of William and Ann McCaw. Edward and Elizabeth had the following known children:
Daniel William (1781-1830)
Edward, Jr. (1792-1835)
Jane Or Jean (1794-1872)
James Hemphill (1802-1863)
Edward and Elizabeth raised their children as Presbyterian and he served as an elder in Old Purity Presbyterian Church in Chester District until about 1807; when the family started attending Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian. Edward serve as an elder, there as well.
In 1810, Edward McDaniel applies for a pension due to his wounds during the revolutionary war. His name is on the roll of pensioners in Chester County in 1820.
Edward Lawrence McDaniel departed this life on March 12th 1824 in the 68th year of his age. He was laid to rest in the churchyard cemetery at Hopewell.
Edward McDaniel was a co-Executor of his father-in-law's Will; dated 27 April 1796 and Probated March 1, 1797.
Elizabeth McCaw McDaniel (1762 - 1845)*
Daniel William McDaniel (1781 - 1830)*
Abigail McDaniel Mills (1786 - 1850)*
Anne McDaniel (1787 - 1872)*
Edward McDaniel (1792 - 1835)*
Jane McDaniel (1794 - 1872)*
Mary McDaniel Boyd (1796 - 1881)*
James Hemphill McDaniel (1802 - 1863)*
Samuel McDaniel (1804 - 1864)*
Hopewell Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery
South Carolina, USA
Created by: GMG
Record added: Jul 02, 2013
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