Henry Dickerson McDaniel
McDaniel held positions on numerous boards during his professional life and was actively involved with church activities in his personal life.
Henry McDaniel was born in Monroe County, Virginia on August 3, 1800 to Henry and Ann Catherine Keller Gore. Henry went on to have seven children including Isack and Peggy.
Early Life and Education
McDaniel managed to carve her own path as an actress and singer even amid widespread racism, becoming an early star at 24th Street Elementary School theater program and performing her own shows as well as acting in professional minstrel shows.
Hester Felker McDaniel was born in Monroe County, Virginia (now West Virginia). Typical for its time period, her father Stephen Felker (1799-1887) owned a plantation and worked as both woodcarver and cabinetmaker.
In 1848, Hester and her siblings were sold to Sim Eddings of Lincoln County Tennessee; children were not required to work on farms or fields, however. Instead they performed household duties and care for livestock while performing house chores themselves. Together this family toiled hard from dawn until dusk on farms and fields alike.
Henry McDaniel was an influential lawyer and politician in Georgia. Initially serving in the state legislature and later becoming governor, during his time as governor he oversaw construction of Atlanta’s state capitol building while authoring legislation creating the Railroad Commission in 1879.
McDaniel remained actively engaged with the railway industry throughout his career. He served on both the State Secession Convention and Constitution Convention. Additionally, he served in the 11th Regiment of Colored Troops during the American Civil War before marrying Hester Felker (daughter of Stephen Felker a Monroe banker).
Hester Felker’s father disapproved of her relationship with McDaniel; nonetheless, they enjoyed a joyful marriage lasting over 60 years and both attended Grace Methodist Episcopal church in South.
Achievement and Honors
Henry McDaniel has been recognized for his accomplishments within the Fraternity. From 2012-2017 he served as South Central PVP, served on Midwest Regional Council and Leadership Foundation Donor Outreach & Engagement committee and helped his brothers find success through providing them with resources and support they require for success.
Before joining the Confederate Army, he worked as both a lawyer and politician in Monroe, Georgia. He fought in Gettysburg where he was wounded during action before returning home afterward where he resumed practicing law before eventually marrying Hester Felker and having children together.
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McDaniel practiced law in Monroe and married Hester Felker, an actress. Additionally, he participated in Georgia constitutional convention and served in the Civil War.
Henry McDaniel left six artist signature examples according to askART and was known for depicting scenes depicting fishing scenes and landscape.
Henry was awakened by his dog barking at night in May 1896 and saw what appeared to be a monster-like figure outside. Instead of shooting it, however, he chose not to shoot but simply walk away from it.
Henry McDaniel remains uncertain of who actually crossed the English Channel in an open boat; no evidence exists to support his claim, making his improbability highly improbable and making him unpopular among members of society. For this reason he did not gain widespread acceptance or favor among citizens.
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