Person:Daniel Brough (1)

Watchers
Daniel Brough
m. Bef 1760
  1. Mary Brough1760 - 1835
  2. Catherine BroughEst 1762 to 1772 -
  3. Daniel Brough1762 - 1825
  4. John BroughBef 1776 -
  5. Harmon Brough, Jr.Bef 1777 -
m. Bef 1785
  1. Peter Brough1785 - 1862
  2. John Brough1787 - 1873
  3. Catherine BroughBef 1799 -
  4. Sarah Brugh1801 - 1851
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Brough
Alt Name[1] Daniel Brugh
Gender Male
Birth[1] 19 Jul 1762 York County, Pennsylvania
Marriage Bef 1785 to Elizabeth Unknown
Death[1] 26 Dec 1825 Botetourt County, Virginia
Burial[1] 1825 Brugh Simmons Cemetery, Botetourt, Virginia, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Find A Grave.

    Daniel Brugh

    Birth: Jul. 19, 1762
    York County
    Pennsylvania, USA
    Death: Dec. 26, 1825
    Botetourt County
    Virginia, USA

    Daniel served in the Revolutionary War in 1882 as a member of 8th Company, 1st Battalion, York Militia, under the command of Captain O'Blain. Sometime after his military service he married Elizabeth (surname uncertain), probably about 1784, and they ultimately produced twelve children. On 2 March 1791, Daniel swapped land in York County with Anthony Deardorff in exchange for land in Botetourt County, VA. Sometime between then and 10 October 1792, when he appears as a witness to a Botetourt deed, he moved his family to Botetourt County.

    His land at the time totaled 550 acres, on which he established a farm and built a saw mill. On 9 October 1805 he petitioned the Court and the following year built a grist mill. On 12 December 1809, Daniel was licensed to operate a tavern, which occupied the lower, or basement level of the building. Sleeping accommodations were maintained on the second floor, and the family occupied the third floor. In the early 1990s, Brugh's Tavern was disassembled and reconstructed in Explore Park in Roanoke, where it was operated as a restaurant until the Park closed for lack of funds in 2007.

    Daniel died on 26 December 1825. Family tradition holds that he was "bled" to relieve a wound, the "cure" and not the wound causing his death.

    Source: "The Brughs of Early Botetourt" by George E. Honts III, 2000. Self-bound volumes produced for Explore Park and the "A Touch of History Series" by Crofton's Duplicating Service, Forest, VA.

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Hermanus Brugh (1722 - 1794)
    Catherine Meinhardt Brugh (1722 - 1801)

    Spouse:
    Elizabeth Brugh (1767 - 1842)

    Children:
    Sarah Brugh Stair (1801 - 1851)*

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