Daniel G. SHELBY

HAIRSTON.org ID#1665, b. 4 September 1849, d. 1905
Father*John Milton SHELBY1 b. 30 Jan 1806, d. 23 Jan 1872
Mother*Amanda F. RUDISILL b. 13 Jan 1813, d. 6 Mar 1884
Birth*Daniel G. SHELBY was born on 4 September 1849 in Shelby, Tennessee.1,2,3 
He was the son of John Milton SHELBY and Amanda F. RUDISILL.1 
Census 1850Daniel G. SHELBY appeared on the 1850 census of John Milton SHELBY on 6 November 1850 in District 7, Shelby County, Tennessee; John M Shelby 46 (blacksmith, b. NC), Amanda 36 (b. NC), Amanuel 16, Mary 14, Susan 12, Jas 10, Margaret 6, Nerissa 3, Danl 8/12. all children born in Tennessee.2

Census 1860Daniel G. SHELBY appeared on the 1860 census of John Milton SHELBY on 17 September 1860 in District 7, Shelby County, Tennessee; John M Shelby 54 (blacksmith), Amanda F 47, Margaret A 16, Amandas R 26 (male), Narcapa N 14, Daniel G 11, John B 9, Charles S 6, James M 20 (John and Amanda born in NC, all others in Tennessee).1

Marriage*Daniel G. SHELBY married Jennie E. CALHOUN on 12 October 1876 in Haywood Co., Tennessee.4 
Census 1880*Daniel G. SHELBY appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 in District 7, Shelby Co., Tennessee, his occupation is a Deputy Sheriff.3

 
Census 1900*He appeared on the census of 9 June 1900 in Houston, Harris Co., Texas.5

 
Death*He died in 1905.6 
Burial*He was buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Harris Co., Texas.6 

Family

Jennie E. CALHOUN b. Sep 1854
Children

Sources (www.HAIRSTON.org)

  1. [S1860] 1860 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration.
  2. [S1850] 1850 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration.
  3. [S1880] 1880 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration.
  4. [S112] Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002. Nashville, TN, USA: Tennessee State Library and Archives. Microfilm. Ancestry.com.
  5. [S1900] 1900 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration.
  6. [S48] Find A Grave Website with Photo - only listings with photos of grave markers that are contemporary to the deceased individuals death are acceptable for genealogical proof.
Last Edited29 Jun 2016