Daniel Boone:  Born October 22, 1734  Died September 26, 1820  Married Rebecca Bryan on August 14, 1756  10 children  Famous for making Boonesborough in Kentucky

Daniel Boone: Born October 22, 1734 Died September 26, 1820 Married Rebecca Bryan on August 14, 1756 10 children Famous for making Boonesborough in Kentucky

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Daniel Boone, one of America's greatest frontiersmen, had North Carolina roots. His parents, Squire and Sarah Boone, lived and died in Mocksville, NC, in Davie County. The famous adventurer was the sixth of the couple's 11 children.

Daniel Boone, one of America's greatest frontiersmen, had North Carolina roots. His parents, Squire and Sarah Boone, lived and died in Mocksville, NC, in Davie County. The famous adventurer was the sixth of the couple's 11 children.

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American Revolution Coloring Pages | Free printable Daniel Boone coloring pages for kid

American Revolution Coloring Pages | Free printable Daniel Boone coloring pages for kid

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Daniel Boone Copywork Quotes. Daniel Boone captures our imagination and challenges us to leave the comfortable and strike out into the unknown. Now your children can enjoy 9 famous quotes by this frontiersman in print, cursive, and manuscript to trace or to copy.

Daniel Boone Copywork Quotes. Daniel Boone captures our imagination and challenges us to leave the comfortable and strike out into the unknown. Now your children can enjoy 9 famous quotes by this frontiersman in print, cursive, and manuscript to trace or to copy.

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Daniel Boone  (information continued)  In 1799, he moved with his son to Missouri where he became a judicial magistrate until 1803. In September 1820, he died at the home of Nathan Boone in St Charles County, MO.  He was the sixth of eleven children in a family of Quakers.  He married Rebecca Bryan on August 14, 1756.  They had ten children. Rebecca died March 18, 1813.

Daniel Boone (information continued) In 1799, he moved with his son to Missouri where he became a judicial magistrate until 1803. In September 1820, he died at the home of Nathan Boone in St Charles County, MO. He was the sixth of eleven children in a family of Quakers. He married Rebecca Bryan on August 14, 1756. They had ten children. Rebecca died March 18, 1813.

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Daniel Boone, one of Americas greatest frontiersmen, had North Carolina roots. His parents, Squire and Sarah Morgan Boone, lived and died in Mocksville, Davie County. The famous adventurer was the sixth of the couples 11 children.

Daniel Boone, one of Americas greatest frontiersmen, had North Carolina roots. His parents, Squire and Sarah Morgan Boone, lived and died in Mocksville, Davie County. The famous adventurer was the sixth of the couples 11 children.

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Haven't been to the Daniel Boone Inn in a while.  The fried chicken and strawberry shortcake are "out of this world" good, too! Serene mountain views and family-style dining - try it if you've never been. While you're in the area, if you're traveling with children (or if you're a big kid at heart), stop by the Mast General Store candy department ...

Haven't been to the Daniel Boone Inn in a while. The fried chicken and strawberry shortcake are "out of this world" good, too! Serene mountain views and family-style dining - try it if you've never been. While you're in the area, if you're traveling with children (or if you're a big kid at heart), stop by the Mast General Store candy department ...

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Daniel Boone's daughter Jemima married Flanders Callaway in 1777 and they had ten children! Description from prettylittlethingies.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Daniel Boone's daughter Jemima married Flanders Callaway in 1777 and they had ten children! Description from prettylittlethingies.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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