Daniel Budd, Jr.

(b. circa early 1800s; d. circa late 1800s)

Daniel Jr. and his wife Lydia Cook Budd were found in the 1860 census in Sandy Spring. He was listed as a laborer. They had a daughter, Eliza. In 1863 he was registered for the draft. However, there is no evidence located to date that he ever served on active duty. In 1870 Daniel and his family were still in Sandy Spring. He was listed as a farmer and his wife Lydia was listed as a dressmaker. By this time they had four living children: Eliza Ellen, Richard P., George C., and Elizabeth C. In 1880 Daniel and his family were living in the Cincinnati community on Brighton Road. Their household now had two more children, Lewis and Patty Ann. Daniel was listed as a small farmer. Lydia was listed as keeping house, and their children, except Patty who was too young, were attending school. Family members stated that Daniel also worked for the Sandy Spring Store. Daniel died sometime before 1900. Lydia remarried a Thomas Carter, originally from Virginia.