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Daniel Roberts
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Birth: 1777
Grayson County
Virginia, USA
Death: 1846
Winston County
Mississippi, USA

Son of Cornelius Roberts and Mary Benton

Husband of Elizabeth Kiser. Married Circa 1798 In Russell County Virginia.

Children of this union include:

John Roberts Born 1779
Susan Roberts Born Oct.7, 1801
Mary Ann Roberts Born 1803
Rebecca Roberts Born 1804
Abraham Roberts Born 1806
Celia Roberts Born Feb. 8, 1809
Elizabeth Roberts Born May 7 1810
Alexander Roberts Born January 9, 1813
Mourning Roberts Born 1815
Caroline Roberts Born 1816
Jacob Roberts Born January 4, 1818
James B. Roberts Born 1920
Pauline Roberts Born 1822
Martha Ann Roberts Born Oct. 11, 1824

Husband of Maria Swann, Married January 7. 1839 in Noxubee Co. Mississippi.

Children from this union include:
Terril Roberts Born Oct. 10, 1839
Houston Roberts Born April 9 1841
Woodfin Roberts Born November 11 1843
Evelina Roberts Born Sept. 27 1844
Daniel Tipton Roberts Born 1846

In his life he lived in:

Grayson Co. VA 1777-1783
Russell Co. VA 1783-1803
Jackson Co. TN 1800's-1810
Franklin Co. TN 1811-1815
Madison Co. AL 1816-1818
Pickens Co. AL 1819-1835
Winston Co. MS 1835-1947
(Dates are approximate.)

Daniel Roberts was born in Montgomery County, Virginia in 1777, it is believed he is the 7th of Cornelius Roberts 12 children. Daniel was 11 years old when his father was killed by Indians.

In about 1798 Daniel Roberts married Elizabeth Kiser in Russell County, Virginia. There were several Kiser families in Russell County at that time. Mary Childers married Joseph Kiser Jr who was the son of Joseph Kiser Sr and grandson of Charles Keyser and Elizabeth Shelly. Elizabeth Kiser was probably also a descendant of this Charles Keyser/Kiser.

Daniel and Elizabeth had two children in Russell County, before moving in 1804 to Tennessee where several of Daniel's brothers and sisters were living. By 1816 seven more children had been born and the family had moved to Alabama, where they were one of the first settlers.

In 1830 the Choctaw Indians signed a treaty ceding all of their land east of the Mississippi River, and in about 1835 Daniel moved from Pickens County, AL to the newly formed Winston County, Mississippi.

Elizabeth Kiser died sometime in the 1830s either before or after the move to Mississippi. She and Daniel had a total of 14 children.

In 1839 at the age of 62 Daniel married Mariah Swann who was only 24. This was her second marriage as well. She had two children by her first husband, Isaac and James and 5 children by Daniel.

Daniel died in about 1847 at about age 70, and Mariah became a widow again at age 32. She never remarried. In 1856, she and her children moved to Red River County, Texas where her brother Milton M. Swann was living, and she remained in Texas until she died at the home of her son, Woodfin Roberts, at the age of 77.

Information via Patrick Spreng's family tree search.

Family links: 
  Cornelius Roberts (1749 - 1788)
  Mary Ellen Benton Roberts (1750 - 1840)
  Maria Swann Roberts (1815 - 1893)*
  Susan Sookie Roberts Carr (1801 - 1882)*
  Elizabeth Roberta Thornton (1810 - 1894)*
  Alexander Roberts (1813 - 1886)*
  Martha Ann Roberts Ellison (1824 - 1885)*
  Terril Roberts (1839 - 1922)*
  Houston Roberts (1841 - 1888)*
  Woodfin Roberts (1843 - 1922)*
  Evelina Roberts Sivley (1844 - 1864)*
  Daniel Tipton Roberts (1846 - 1893)*
  Nathan Elliot Roberts (1774 - 1840)*
  Daniel Roberts (1777 - 1846)
  Sinai Roberts Bowers (1781 - 1874)*
  Mary Mourning Roberts Tally (1788 - 1866)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Darlene
Record added: Jan 01, 2009
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