Hello Sandi and others
In an old history work of my cousin's family I found the following information that may still be of interest to you. Most of it is about a Daniels family but some of it concerns the Attilla Daniels Feight that you are looking for.
There is more information given in the history book on her generations too. E-mail me if you are still interested.
Sandi, I will post this on the Daniels site too.
Hope this helps, Information as follows:
I found this information compiled by Earl W. Hauer of Washington D.C.
written in 1949 with the resources available then. The author
had apologized for any errors and hoped that others would add to the
knowledge if possible.
"Any of you who may desire to copy this record, rearrange it, or include
it in your own records, are free to do so. It is asked only that you do
not construe or reword any part of this record in such a way as to
present any person unfavorably, if that is possible. Earl W. Hauer ,
Aug 1, 1949""""
James H. Daniels. He was born in Lima,
Ohio, occupation was a surveyor. The following 9 children were born to
James H. Daniels and his wife:
1. Milton Daniels born October 13, 1849 at Lima Ohio. His parents moved
to Wonewoo (?) Wisconsin, in 1855, and he worked on his father's farm
until he reached manhood, when he took up work running saw mills, and
afterwards learned the trade of carpenter.
He married Julia Etta Tongue on Nov. 11, 1870 at Hillsborough, Wisconsin.
Julia Etta Tongue was born Feb. 25, 1853 in Illinois ? She died June 8,
1895, cause of death was childbirth, place of burial was Hillsborough,
Wisconsin. She was called "Etta"
2. E. Langley Daniels ....nothing further given for him
3. James Harvey Daniels born July 26, 1876 at Hillsboro, Wisconsin. died
March 18, 1938 at Pettibone, North Dakota; place of burial is given as
Fairview cemetery, Lake Williams County, North Dakota. He came to Kidder
County, North Dakota in 1902 and settled on a ranch 13 miles north of
Dawson, North Dakota. He married Cora G. White in 1903, who was a widow,
and had at least one daughter by a previous marriage. Their daughter
(Cora) Mrs. John E. Williams, was living in Burlington North Dakota .
She had one son George Williams.
4. Frank Daniels was the next child listed: Frank at one time lived in
Corwith, Iowa and it is believed he owned a farm there. He may have
5. George W. Daniels """From the book "Wisconsin Volunteers, Roster of.."
Volume I.page 532, we note that George W. Daniels, served in the same
Company I as Levi Nelson tongue and Levi Legrand Tongue, during the
Civil War. See page 2 on. (?) The record indicates that he enlisted on
Dec 26, 1863 from Hillsboro, Wisconsin and was mustered out of service on
14 July 1865.
6. Rachel Daniels married Hezekiah Shreve
from a newspaper clipping we learn that Rachel Daniels. married Hezekiah
Shreve on 28 January 1864. He was born Jan 15, 1840, at Redfield, Peary
County Ohio. With his parents he was one of the first settlers in Vernon
County, Wisconsin. He enlisted in Company A of the 25th Wisconsin
Infantry in September 1864 and served until the end of the war. He died
May 14, 1911. Eleven children were born to Rachel Daniels and Hezekiah
Shreve, six boys and 5 girls: Walter R., Sherman, Langley, Otto,
Bell. Minnie, Lottie, May, Harvey, Frank, and Iva.
Hezekiah Shreve died on his farm from a heart attack.
7. Atilia Daniels born July 1843 at Lima, Ohio married James Harvey Feight Sr., in Jan.
1862 They had 9 kids:
George Stephen Feight born Oct 14, 1862, Wonewoc Wisconsin
Hattie Jane Feight born July 10, 1865 Wonewoc, Wisconsin
James Harvey Feight Jr. born Dec 21 1869 Wonewoc Wisconsin
Etta Feight (Twin) born Dec 5, 1871 Wonewoc, Wisconsin
Ina Elizabeth Feight (Twin) born Dec 5, 1871 Wonewoc, Wisconsin
Clara Feight born May 19, 1879
Harford Elias Feight
8. Nancy Daniels married _______ Hawthorn I don't see more information
9. Elisabeth Daniels it is believed she married four times, 1st Parker,
and last George Smith.
Hope the above information helps
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