Thank you very much for your reply. I don't know if "Old Uncle Daniel" is the one referred to in the book, but it is a possibility.
My Daniel Richardson and his wife, Elizabeth, were both alive and living in Stewart Co., Ga. during the Civil War. An 1850 census list him as 60 years old, and his wife as 50. He died in 1868, and his wife was still living. I'm not sure that I have her date of death. They are both buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Stewart Co. They had six sons, all of who would have been grown at the time of the Civil War. Some of them did serve, and one son (Columbus Washington) died in service abt. 1863 or 64.
I don't know any of the names you mentioned, and really don't know anything for certain about Elizabeth's family. According to a distant cousin who has researched the Richardson family, she was the daughter of Waters Dunn and Ann Fargerson Dunn.
It would be very exciting to find out that "Old Uncle Daniel" is my Daniel Richardson. I will do some checking, and see if I can find out anything.
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