This page for Daniel Witcher is a digital whiteboard (a changeable, work in progress), as we piece together this man’s life.
I feel certain that this Daniel Witcher, who died in Smith County, Tennessee, was the same Daniel Witcher who was listed in the 1767, Pittsylvania County tithable list. If this is the case, then this particular Daniel Witcher was not Daniel Witcher, Jr., the son of Major William Witcher of Pittsylvania County, but was probably William's brother or uncle.
As research material is gathered, I will post to this page. Until then, much information can be gleaned from an article which discusses the life of this Daniel Witcher. The article can be assessed by clicking here. From this article one can access information about Daniel's wife, Suzanna, and other points of interest, such as Daniel's back and forth migration to Montomery County, Virginia.
I have posted images of this Daniel Witcher’s probated estate, which includes his will and an inventory of his property, as well as a few other items of interest.
For more information about the early Witcher clan in America, please visit my webpage at www.witchergeny.com. The data found at my site is fully vetted, using source materials such as family bible records and original court documents.
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A Witcher Family Genealogy
-b- before 1745
whose wife was Suzanna