Deputy Governor and Governor Robert Daniell's Executive Council

Dates: 1703 to 1705

Locations Met: See Below

In 1703, Governor Sir Nathaniel Johnson appointed Robert Daniell as the new Deputy Governor of Carolina to serve in the Albemarle County region. Daniell in turn appointed Thomas Pollock as a Deputy for one of the Lords Proprietors using one of the "blank deputations" given to him by Governor Johnson.
On July 29, 1703, the Executive Council met at the home of Capt. John Hecklefield in Little River in Perquimans Precinct. With Landgrave Robert Daniell, Deputy Governor were four (4) known Councillors:
- Henderson Walker - President
- Samuel Swann - Secretary
- Francis Tomes
- William Glover
On September 24, 1703, the Executive Council met at the home of Capt. John Hecklefield in Little River in Perquimans Precinct. With Landgrave Robert Daniell, Deputy Governor were four (4) known Councillors:
- Henderson Walker
- Samuel Swann
- Francis Tomes
- William Glover

On November 2, 1703, the Executive Council met at the home of Capt. John Hecklefield in Little River in Perquimans Precinct. With Landgrave Robert Daniell, Deputy Governor were four (4) known Councillors:
- Samuel Swann
- Francis Tomes
- Richard Sanderson
- William Glover

Also present was Thomas Snoden - Clerk of the Council.

On March 30, 1704, the Executive Council met at the home of Capt. John Hecklefield in Little River in Perquimans Precinct. With Landgrave Robert Daniell, Deputy Governor were three (3) known Lords Proprietors' Deputies, aka Councillors:
- Henderson Walker
- Francis Tomes
- William Glover

Also present was Thomas Snoden - Clerk of the Council.

On April 12, 1704, the Executive Council met at the home of Capt. John Hecklefield in Little River in Perquimans Precinct. The record of this meeting only identified that the Lords Proprietors' Deputies were present, no names given.
If more information comes available it will be added herein.
Dates: 1716 to 1717

Locations Met: Charles Town

On April 25, 1716, South Carolina Governor Charles Craven appointed Robert Daniell as Deputy Governor and left Charles Town for London, never to return.
Arthur Middleton was the Deputy of John Carteret, 2nd Baron Carteret (and later 2nd Earl of Granville), and he served on the Executive Council under Acting Governor Robert Gibbes, Governor Charles Craven, and Deputy Governor Robert Daniell.
On May 10, 1716, the Lords Proprietors commissioned William Hammerton as Naval Officer for South Carolina.
On September 6, 1716, the Lords Proprietors commissioned Richard Pindar as Attorney General for South Carolina.
On April 30, 1717, the Lords Proprietors issued a commission and instructions to the next governor of South Carolina, Robert Johnson, the son of Sir Nathanial Johnson, former governor of South Carolina.
This Author has not found any records of the Executive Council under Deputy Governor Robert Daniell. If any become available, summaries will be provided herein. 

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