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DANIEL, George Runnels, 7/7/1871-10/15/1946. Wife #1: Mrs. Fannie Lou Green Whorton, died late fall 1893 per her descendants and burial Old Harmony Cemetery, Rainbow City, AL. Wife #2: Dora Rhodes died 1904 burial Pilgrims Rest. Wife #3: Mrs. Eula Bryant McCullars died 1952 burial Pilgrims Rest. George had fifteen children, plus all the step-children in his household. George is buried alongside his wife, Dora Rhodes Daniel, not far from the graves of Eula and her first husband. George and Fannie were parents of Ben and Seab. Benjamin Hiram Daniel - b: 7/4/1889 per Texas death record-died 3/13/1956, Malakoff, Henderson Co., TX, born July 4, 1889 in AL, married-but wife's name not shown, also listed his father: George Daniel born AL, no mention of mother's name. Ben lived in AL, Okla. and Texas. Seab. H. Daniel, Sr.- 10/7/1892-2/17/1969 Forrest Cemetery, Gadsden, AL. His death certificate shows father George and mother unknown maiden name Green (Seab married Debbie Lou Tidmore.) Seab's census records and tombstone dates show birth as Oct. 1892. George's first wife, Frances Lourena "Fannie Lou" Green Whorton, had four children by her first marriage to James Henry "Jim" Whorton: James Madison Whorton 1876, Mary E. Whorton 1878, Luiza "Ludie" Whorton 1882 married George Washington Hill and Hattie Whorton 1886 married Grover C. Moon and Mr. Robertson. Fannie Green Whorton and Jim Whorton apparently divorced as he married Katie Fulks July 12, 1888, they lived in Shelby Co., AL and had eight children. By the 1900 census, George Daniel's sons, Hiram Benjamin and Seaborn H., along with George's step-children, Luiza and Hattie Whorton, were boarders in the household of William C. Harris. Art was living with George and Dora in 1900. Uncertain who Art James Daniel's mother could have been. Fannie Daniel couldn't have had Seab H. in Oct. 1892 and Art in Jan. 1893. So, either the births of these children are inaccurate or Fannie's death date is inaccurate or Art may have been a child of Dora Rhodes and reared by G.R. Daniel. Art James Daniel's death -died June 26, 1954 in Carrollton, Dallas Co., Texas, age 61 years, born Jan. 13, 1893 in Alabama. It also indicates his father was George Daniel, born in Alabama. No mention of a mother's name. Art's wife was Carrie on the Texas census records. George married Dora on August 12, 1894 -Etowah County, AL marriage records. She already had children and they were listed on the census as step-children of George Daniel. George and Dora Rhodes Daniel's children: Bessie Daniel-8/30/1895 (tombstone)-10/14/1969, Mt. Zion Cemetery, Calhoun Co., AL (m: A.C. Norris); Maggie Lou Daniel-2/3/1900-5/6/1901 buried in Smith's Chapel Cemetery, Cherokee Co., AL.; Lovella Naomi Daniel-4/17/1897-7/23/1974 Forrest Cemetery (m: Joseph Frank Aderholt); Lee Daniel-8/30/1901-10/1/1984 Crestwood Cemetery, (m: John A. Bright); Milton James Daniel-12/17/1903-8/6/1975 Forrest Cemetery (m: Mattie Elsie Self.) George and Eula McCullars Daniel's children: Mattie E. Daniel-born 1906-lived in Chattanooga, TN (m: W.C. Jolly); Sadie Daniel-tombstone: born 1907-died 12/27/1975, Rainbow Memorial Gardens Cemetery (m: Quinton P. Young, Sr.), Biddie Lowe Daniel-11/26/1909-1/26/2005, Crestwood Cemetery (married John Frank Breeden), Carrie Mae-7/10/1913-1/7/1997-name on double stone with spouse, but she was Ďafraid of dirt' and was buried in the mausoleum in Forrest Cemetery (m: Willie C. Fail); George W. Daniel, 12/91916-5/30/1917 Pilgrims Rest Cemetery; Mary Magadlene Daniel- 2/12/1918-10/13/1994 Owens Cemetery, South Gadsden (m: Boyd Wagnon and Harold W. Hester.) George was a son of Seaborn Hudson Daniel and Martha Victoria "Mattie" Lowe Daniel. George's siblings: James Skelton Daniel, Minnie Lee, Hettie Enomia, Millie, Mary "Mollie", Laney Adell, John Calvin, Maude Lavernia and Manda Daniel. George's parents are buried in Smith Chapel Cemetery, Cherokee Co., AL (Find A Grave numbers 6598416 and 6598417)
Research by ngl, compiler of Pilgrims Rest Cemetery book.
George must have been like the "old woman in the shoe" - he had so many kids - he didn't know what to do!!!
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