This may not be too much help in connecting your Uriah Danks to the rest of this Danks branch, but I thought I would send along a bit of information on Benoni Danks. Your post show he has only one child, Issac, and my research shows he had a daughter, Roxanna, who is my connection to this Danks line.
Robert Danks [1622-1692] born in England, died in Northampton, Massachussets, married Elizabeth Swift Webb[1641-1691] born Feb 26th in Connecticut, died Dec 08th, 1691 *** Parents of Elizabeth S Webb - Thomas Swift and Elizabeth Capen
Children: Mehitable Danks - born in Pascommack, Massachussets Robert Danks- [??- 1675]*died very young Elizabeth Danks- [1677 - ??] ** Robert Danks (2)- [1680 - 1755] Mercy Danks- [1682 - ??]
** Robert Danks(2), born Feb 24th, Norhampton, Massachussets, died April 29th, Mass married
(1) *Rebecca Clark [1683-1720?]. Married Dec 31, 1702, Northampton -- Parents of Rebecca - William Clark and ???
(2) * Abigail Hodge [March 07th, 1684-???] born in Suffield, Connecticut ***Parents of Abigail - John Hodge and Susannah Denslow.
Children of Robert Danks(2) and (1) Rebecca Clark: Rebecca Danks - married April 06th, 1727 to Elisha Searl in Massachussets Samuel Danks - [Aug 15, 1708-??? ] married (1)Jemima Wait, (2) Zibiah Durell Robert Danks - [??? - ??? ] Ephraim Danks - [May 16, 1710-May, 1784]. married Abigail ??? Zadock Danks - [ ??? - ??? ] Elizabeth Danks - [Dec 04, 1704 - ??? ] Miriam Danks - [Feb 22, 1714-Oct 11, 1791], married Ezra Strong Ezra Strong parents - Samuel Strong and Ester Clapp **Benoni Danks - [1716? - 1776] married November, 1745 to Mary Morris
Children of Robert Danks(2) and (2) Abigail Hodge Dorothy Danks - [??? - ??? ]
Benjamin was the last born of Israel's twelve sons (see Children of Jacob), the younger of the two children by Rachel (Genesis 35:24). He was born on the road between Bethlehem and Bethel, the only of Jacob's sons to be born in what is today Israel. Tragically, Rachel died in giving him birth (Genesis 35:16-20). Her last words were to name the infant Benoni, meaning son of my sorrow, which was changed by Jacob to Benjamin, meaning son of my right hand.
*** Benoni Danks - Captain in John Gorham¹s "Indian Rangers of the Deep Wood's". Fought in American Revolution at Nova Scotia [present day New BrunswickNova Scotia, Canada. Noted in the Eddy Rebellion at Fort Cumberland [Beausejour]. Stories of cruelty towards enemy. Charged with treason, died 1776 around Windsor, Nova Scotia.
Benoni Danks married Mary Morris - November 28, 1745 in Northampton, Massachussets.
Children of Benoni Danks and Mary Morris: Infant Danks - [born and died October, 1747] Issac Danks - Captain [ Oct, 1748-June 17, 1819] married Lucy Earll in Syracuse, New York. Issac died in Onondaga, New York **Roxanna Danks - [June 15, 1754 - July 06, 1774] married Hezekiah King