The only Daniell book I referred to was the one written by your late mother. (Actually, I think of it as a grouping of printed pages more like a booklet than an actual book.) She and I corresponded after I met her at a Daniell reunion many years ago.
She was a very pleasant person and did the best she could with what she had access to (at the time) from a genealogical viewpoint.
My main concern is that people put incorrect information on the net and even when you present proof that the lineage they submit is incorrect, they continue to present their data as fact.
In Charleston, SC - I joined First Families of South Carolina, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Daughters of the American Colonists. Believe me - they demand PROOF of EVERY connecting generation to the ancestor in question for you to become a member! (For instance: Birth, marriage data, death certificates, deeds, wills, etc.)
If it is INCORRECT family history - it does not mean anything.
To be as ACCURATE as possible (to the best of our ability at this time in history) is all each of us can strive to do.