William Dannelly

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  • Name William Dannelly 
    Born 1796 
    Gender Male 
    Notes 
    • 1817, Jul 2 -- Land Grant #2334, Moore County, NC
      Jesse Upton received 100 acres on McCallums Fork of Richland Creek near the Waggon Road adjoining Joseph Dunn Junr. and John Danally. Thomas Danally and Wm. Danally were chain carriers.

      1823, Aug 20 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 7
      Ordered that William Ritter be appointed overseer of the road from George Moore's to Angus McQueen's and have the following hands to work: Samuel Reeves, John Reeves, Wm. Reeves, Wm. Danielly, John Danielly, James Jackson and James Upton.

      1824, Nov 16 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 58
      Ordered that John Hunsucker, Marvel Ritter, Wm. Dannelly and James Upton be added to work on the road from George Moores to Angus McQueens.

      1825, Feb 22 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 63
      Ordered that Abner Brown and Wm. Danielly be added to the road in which John Stuts is overseer of.

      1825, Feb 24 -- 1823-1831 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Moore County, NC Page 69-70
      John Danelly to Wm. Rives was proven by Wm. Dannelly

      1850 -- Census, Moore County, NC Page 244
    Person ID I07275  Moore County Wallaces
    Last Modified 22 Mar 2021 

    DNA Tests  1 DNA test is associated with William Dannelly 

    Father John Dannelly,   b. 1765-1770 
    Notes 
    • Speculating that Thomas and William were children of John based on age and location
    Family ID F626  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Sarah "Sally",   b. 1797 
    Children 
    +1. Alamina Dannelly,   b. 12 Apr 1818, Moore County, NC Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Aug 1854, Pulaski County, AR Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 36 years)
     2. Mahala Dannelly,   b. 1825
     3. Eli P. Dannelly,   b. 1827
     4. Wiley Dannelly,   b. 1831
     5. Swain Dannelly,   b. 1833
     6. Dillon J. Dannelly,   b. 1835
     7. John P. Dannelly,   b. 1842
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2018 
    Family ID F2336  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Histories
    1843 Petition, Moore County, NC
    1843 Petition, Moore County, NC
    1843, Jan 20 -- Petition, Nov 1842-Jan 1843 General Assembly Session Records
    The following citizens of Moore County petitioned the General Assembly for relief from debts due to economic hardship. They requested the General Assembly pass a law preventing creditors from buying defaulted property unless the debtors was allowed 2/3 the value of the land: J.J. Alston, Carroll Brady, Bradley Brady, Jesse Hedgepeth, W.D. Tyson, John Warner, Pitate Ivey, N.S. Marley, Neill Peterson, John Oats, Duncan McIver, William Underwood, E.Q. Sowell, Thos. Fry, John D. McDonald, John Patterson, D.M.R. McIntosh (Cpt.), John McIver (Cpt.), Eli R. Sowe;l, Jesse Stafford, Aaron A.F. Sowell, Lewis Lawhon, George Hunsucker, Hugh McKenzie, Jacob Stutts, Daniel Muse, Alexd. Camerson, Wm. Wadsworth, Peter Black, George D. Ritter, J.H. Muse, Mathew Williams, Jesse Sanders, Jno. McDonald, W.K. Benjamin, J. Thomas, D.M. McIntosh, Joab Cheek, Corn, Shields, Fannin Moore, Bryan Boroughs, George Stutts, Henry Stutts, William Sears, Robt. L. Purvis, Stephen Beryman, Benj. Shields, Neill McNeill, Danl. McRae, Hugh Mathis, A. Munroe, A. Stutts, Neill Mathis, Brinkly Phillips, Thomas Muse, Thomas J. Pervis, Daniel McNeill, John Tyson, Balaam Stewart, Henry Stutts Jr., Levi Wright, John Ritter, John Dunlap, J.J. Phillips, Dempsey Sowell, Joseph Upton, John Oliver, Neill McQueen, Angus McCaskill, William B. Williamson, A. Harper, Jesse B. Caddell, Angus McCaskill, James B. Muse, M. McLeod, Green B. Fields, Martin Hunsucker, Newton R. Bryan, Peter Cornelison, Benjamin Phillips, Charles Brady, Elijah Y. Rice [?], Norman D. McDuffie, Wm. Brewer, Martin Shefield, Patrick Shields, William Dannelly, Eli Phillips and L.W. Lawhon. [Editor's Note: Petition rejected by the NC House]