Christopher M. Curtis, “William Daniel (1806-1873),” Dictionary of Virginia Biography (1998).
Don P. Halsey, Jr., “Judge William Daniel, Jr.,” The Virginia Law Register, Vol. 7, No.1 (May 1901).
Library of Virginia (Personal Papers Collection)
Sarah Warwick Daniel Letter, April 30, 1842 (4 p.).
Letter to William Daniel, Jr., from his wife; “gives news of friends and family; describes her church’s system of admitting members on a probationary basis; urges her husband to read the Bible; and wishes him safely home.”
University of Virginia (Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections)
John Warwick Daniel Papers, 1816-1936.
Papers include correspondence, 1826-1845 (1 box), between William Daniel, Jr., and his wife, Sarah Warwick Daniel, and their children, primarily concerning family matters but also Daniels’ law practice; and an autograph album of Sarah Warwick Daniel, 1831-1837. Finding aid available.
Papers of the Stuart-Baldwin Families, 1764-1884.
Letters (eight), 1833-1846, from William Daniel, Jr., to Judge Briscoe Baldwin; finding aid available.
University of Virginia School of Law (Arthur J. Morris Law Library)
19th Century Legal Manuscripts.
The collection includes a letter, June 5, 1857, from Judge Daniel regarding granting an appeal in the case of T[echenor?] v. Allen.