This almost seems like a field day of surnames for me.Many will be on the site for Barnum I referred to you.
1.DANIEL1 NEAL1,was born Abt. 1773 in Maryland, possibly Charles Co., and died Bef. December 04, 1840 in Adams Twp., Champaign Co., OH.He married REBECCA BRAMEL (I say may be Barnum, but I have no proof but my mother's word), Bef. 1800 in probably in MD.She was born Abt. 1778, and died Bet. 1850 - 1860.Daniel and Rebecca are mentioned in my family Bible) by EJB 07/07/2001
Notes for DANIEL NEAL: Beers,1881 HISTORY OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, OHIO courtsey of email@example.com (EllenL. Martin)
R.(Ruebin per Bible) H.(Hanson per Bible)NEAL, farmer and teacher; P.O. Tawawa, Shelby Co.; was born Nov. 6, 1852, upon his father's farm, where he now lives; his early life was spent helping his father and attending school; when 19 years old, began teaching school, and has taught seven winter sessions. During the summer time he farms. His marriage was celebrated, Dec. 24, 1878, with Miss Florence H., daughter of Edward and Caroline Allen, residing in Johnson Township, this county. R.H.(Ruebin Hanson per Bible) and Florence are the parents of one child, Edna.R. H.(Ruebin Hanson per Bible) is the son of Daniel D.(Dent per Bible-EJB), and grandson of Daniel Neal, a native of Maryland, who came to Ohio in January, 1802, and located in Champaign Co., five miles east of Urbana; lived there ten years, and served six months in the Indian war. Immediately after the close of the war, he entered the land where Daniel D (Dent per my Bible-EJB). Neal resides in Adams Township. He endured all the hardships and trials that the early settlers had to contend with. He was born June 25, 1778, in Maryland: died in the year 1840.Daniel D.(Dent per Bible-EJB),father of
(The following is mixed up but the way the writer put it.Richard Harrison/Hanson Neal is the son of my DaniAl Neal of MD)
R. H.(Richard-EJB) Neal, was born April 24, 1820, upon the above-mentioned farm; was raised, educated and resided upon the farm now over sixty years. He has seen the development of this community in full up to the present time. His farm contains 200 acres of valuable land, nicely situated, with a very strong spring a short distance from his residence. Mr. Neal is a highly respected citizen, and will leave to posterity an untarnished record.
I thought this might be an Allen to associate to my family from that which you are searching for David Allen.
In her father's will she was called Elizabeth Rebecca Neal, according to my Bible and her death certificate, she is called Rebecca Elizabeth Neal b 1854, my great grandmother married to my Woolley/Wooley/Cooley?/etc.Rebecca is the daughter also of Daniel Dent Neal/Neall/O'Neal/Neil/Nail/Null/etc.
My grandfather Woolley/Wooley/etc married my Shafer/Schermerhorn/etc.
I think I have given enough to keep you busy for awhile and will await a reply anxiously. Elizabeth/EJB