Justin Daniel writes: This home belongs to my father. It was built by my great great grandfather William W. Daniel circa 1895. James U Daniel was his son and my great-grandfather. To give you a bit more context, the house was constructed circa 1895 by William W. Daniel, a veteran of the confederacy. The story handed down through the family is that W.W. hired a carpenter, paid him $100.00 plus room and board to design and build this house. W.W. provided the labor from his farm, all lumber was sawn from timber on the property at his sawmill which sat to the east of the house down by the branch. The attached kitchen and large portico are said to have been added in the 1920s or 30s by W.W.’s son James Uriah Daniel. About the same time of the home’s construction, my great great grandfather sat down and wrote his memoirs of the war for southern independence. The original is still intact, along with several letters from the war written home by he and his older brother Captain Isaac C. Daniel.