Daniel Huntley1

(17 August 1721 - 18 March 1799)

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Relationship5th great-grandfather of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Corkum
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Corkum Family Pedigree
FatherDaniel Huntley2 (25 May 1682 - 14 Jan 1733)
MotherHannah Brown2

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildDaniel Huntley was born on 17 August 1721, in Lyme, New London Co., Connecticut Colony, New England.3,1
GroomHe married Susannah Beckwith, daughter of John Beckwith and Hannah Brooks, on 16 May 1745 in Lyme, New London Co., Connecticut Colony, New England.1,4
DeceasedHe died on 18 March 1799 in Horton, Kings Co., Nova Scotia, Canada, at the age of 77.1

Children with Susannah Beckwith:


In 1760, Daniel Huntley and Susannah Huntley emmigrated, with their children Susannah, Daniel and Hannah from Lyme, New London Co., Connecticut Colony, New England, to Scots Bay, Cornwallis Township, Kings Co., Nova Scotia.The family was among the passengers on the schooner Hope.1

Sources - Citations

  1. [S917] Alice P. Huntley, "John Huntley and Descendants", New England Historic Genalogical Register 100(1946):261-271; 101(1947):56-63,141-152,199-212: 101:141,142; Names, Dates, Relationships, Places.
  2. [S917] Alice P. Huntley, "John Huntley and Some of His Descendants", 100:270; Names, Dates, Relationships, Places.
  3. [S150] Lorraine Cook, Compiler, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002), for town of Lyme pg. 105; referring to Lyme records L-2:291; date names.
  4. [S150] Lorraine Cook, Barbour Collection, for town of Lyme pg. 105; referring to Lyme records 1:23; date names.
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