As I have looked at your other posts, I see how you have confused the different John Dyal's, Georges and Williams.You have the wrong RS John Dyal.Here is some info:
2.THOMAS3 DYAL, JR. (THOMAS2, ISAAC MALCOLM1 DIAL) was born 1717 in Williamsburg, Craven County,North Carolina.He married CATHERINE MCGINNEY March 14, 1736/37.She was born 1721 in Craven County, North Carolina.
Marriage Notes for THOMAS DYAL and CATHERINE MCGINNEY:
South Carolina Marriages 1688-1799:
Thomas Dial married Catherine McGinney 14 March 1737 in Pr Fred PR.
Children of THOMAS DYAL and CATHERINE MCGINNEY are:
i. MARY4 DYAL, b. December 1739.
ii. CATHERINE DYAL, b. November 1741.
iii. SARAH DYAL, b. January 1743/44.
iv. THOMAS DYAL, b. July 14, 1746.
v. DICKSON DYAL, b. 1749.
3. vi. JOHN DYAL, b. July 22, 1753, Williamsburg, Craven County, South Carolina; d. March 1817, Darlington District, South Carolina.
3.JOHN4 DYAL (THOMAS3, THOMAS2, ISAAC MALCOLM1 DIAL) was born July 22, 1753 in Williamsburg, Craven County, South Carolina, and died March 1817 in Darlington District, South Carolina.He married MARY TODD, daughter of JOHN TODD and MARY (WILLIAMS?).She was born Abt. 1757 in Liberty County, Georgia.
Notes for JOHN DYAL:
John Dyal, Revolutionary soldier, was born July 22, 1753 in Craven County, North Carolina. He married Mary Todd, daughter of Mary and John Todd of Saint Andrew Parish, Georgia in 1777.
He enlisted as a volunteer in the state of South Carolina during the Revolutionary War.He served as a private in Captain Moses Pearson's Company under the command of General Francis Marion.The state of South Carolina rewarded John Dyal with grants of land in South Carolina for his service in the Revolutionary War.
John Dyal died in 1817 and was buried on his plantation in Darlington County, South Carolina.His will was dated March 4, 1817 and was probated that same year.
To be a descendant of one or more of the men who fought under General Francis Marion is one of the most coveted military heritages in this country.Marion's men equipped themselves from their plantations and were neither paid nor provided payment by state authority.The untrained woodsman, Francis Marion, and his men took from the British the Pee Dee section of South Carolina, which was one-third of the state.They held the enemy off for one year before any other American forces came to their rescue.
Children of JOHN DYAL and MARY TODD are:
4. i. JOHN5 DYAL, b. Abt. 1781, Darlington District, South Carolina.
ii. GEORGE DYAL, b. Abt. 1781.
iii. WINNEFORD DYAL, b. Abt. 1782.
iv. CATHERINE DYAL, b. 1783.
v. DANIEL DYAL, b. 1784.
vi. THOMAS DYAL, b. 1787.
vii. JOSEPH DYAL, b. 1790.
viii. (SON) DYAL, b. 1791.
ix. ELIAS DYAL, b. 1793.
x. ENOS DYAL, b. 1795.
xi. (DAU) DYAL, b. 1797.
Generation No. 4
4.JOHN5 DYAL (JOHN4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, ISAAC MALCOLM1 DIAL) was born Abt. 1781 in Darlington District, South Carolina.He married NANCY WILEY.She was born Abt. 1784 in Savannah, Georgia, and died Bet. 1830 - 1840 in Appling County, Georgia.
Children of JOHN DYAL and NANCY WILEY are:
i. THOMAS6 DYAL, b. December 25, 1808, McIntosh County, Georgia; m. LUCINDA WHITLEY, April 03, 1834.
ii. JOHN TAYLOR DYAL, b. September 25, 1813, Darlington District, South Carolina; m. LUCINDA SELLERS.
iii. GARDNER DYAL, b. Abt. 1815, McIntosh County, Georgia.
5. iv. GEORGE WASHINGTON DYAL, b. January 18, 1817, McIntosh County, Georgia; d. September 08, 1854, Appling County, Georgia.
v. ALDRIDGE DYAL, b. April 13, 1821, McIntosh County, Georgia; m. PRICILLA THOMAS.
vi. DAVID A. DYAL, b. December 29, 1824, McIntosh County, Georgia; d. October 03, 1906; m. ELIZABETH MOBLEY, November 30, 1848.
vii. DANIEL J. DYAL, b. February 17, 1828, Appling County, Georgia; m. CYNTHIA CORNELIUS.
viii. ENOCH DYAL, b. December 11, 1831, Appling County, Georgia.
Hope this helps to clarify.I posted information about George Washington Dyal and his wife, Maria Elizabeth Rooks in my other reply.