“Robert Daniell: Exploring Family Ties”

Posted By Beth on Apr 30, 2015 | 4 comments

05/19/2015 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Church of the Holy Cross
299 Seven Farms Drive
Daniel Island, SC 29492
Lee Ann Bain

Who better to share information about Daniel Island’s namesake, Robert Daniell, than one of his direct descendants? Join the Daniel Island Historical Society on Tuesday, May 19, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Church of the Holy Cross on Daniel Island, for a special program entitled “Robert Daniell: Exploring Family Ties.” Guest speaker David Daniell, a fifth great grandson of Robert, will talk with us about his genealogical research into his family history, taking us back in time not only to Daniel Island’s early days – but to England, where the Daniell family originated. David will also share unique insight into Robert’s character and personality. In addition, learn more about how to explore your own family’s stories! For additional information about the Daniel Island Historical Society, please visit www.dihistoricalsociety.com

Robert Daniell


  1. Greetings to all, I am Debra Wilson Lambert and have been researching my family line for many years and it has lead to The Gov. Robert Daniell side. I am from the line of Sarah Proctor Daniell who married Algernon Wilson on 6 Feb. 1746 in South Carolina by Rev. Robert Betham. From their son Jehu Wilson to his son Benjamin Wilson to his son William W. Wilson, to Norris W. Wilson, to J. W. “Bud” Wilson, to James Earl Wilson to me. According the the Wilson Book in our court house and Library we have a reach history and would like to know more on the Daniell side of the family. Any information you could share with me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so very much. btw im in Mississippi.

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    • Debra,

      I’m forwarding your message to Mike Dahlman who is not only a DIHS co-founder but also the author of the definitive history of Daniel Island.

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      • Ok thank you very much. I look forward to hearing from you.

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      • Thank you very much.

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