DANIEL C. HALL, Company "B"
Daniel Hall married Delila Williams 6 July 1837 in Marshall County, at which time he would have been about 31.
1850 Census, Marshall County, (W) Virginia
Daniel, Farmer, 40-M, b VA
Delilah, 35-F, b VA
Mary J., 13-F, b VA
Ruth C., 11-F, b VA
Huldah, 9-F, b VA
Samuel, 3-M, b VA
Francis M., 3mo.-M, b VA
1860 Census, Marshall County, (W) Virginia
Daniel, 54-wm, sawyer, b OH
Delilah, 45-wf, b VA
Mary J., 22-wf, b VA
Hulda A., 17-wf, b VA
Samuel, 12-wm, b VA
Francis M., 10-wm, b VA
Angeline, 7-wf, b VA
1870 Census, Buffalo, Putnam County, (W) Virginia
Daniel C., 65, Farmer, $500, $291, b Ohio
Delila, 56, Keeping House, b VA
Francis M., 20, Attending School, b VA
1880 Census, District 109, Buffalo, Putnam County, (W) Virginia
Daniel C., 74, Farmer, $500, $291, Ohio NY Ireland
Delilah, 64, Keeping House, WV VA VA
Mary J. Goshorn, daughter, 41, With Mother, WV, OH WV
Angelina, 18, Gr dau., At Home, WV WV WV
Melvin E., 12, Gr son, Works on Farm, WV WV WV
Cora A., 4, Gr Dau, WV WV WV
Daniel N., 7 months (b Oct), WV WV WV
Daniel is not found in the 1890 Census of Veterans. His pension index card at the National Archives (on ancestry.com) is hard to read but it looks like he applied for his pension in Oct 1882 and received certificate #330941. Delila applied for a widow's pension in Oct 1886 (not sure) and was awarded certificate #283801.
According to Timothy L. Keely, Daniel C. Hall is buried in the graveyard of the Old Bethel Church of Christ, on a ridge up 18 Mile Creek, between Dads Branch and Dunlap Branch (see Winfield topo map) about 5 miles east of the town of Buffalo, Putnam County, West Virginia.