The son of Jonathan Daniel of Aldgate London maltster , apprenticed to Samael Wood, 6 December 1739 ( a premium erased in the entry). Free, 17 March 1747.
First mark entered as largeworker, 28 July 1749. Address, Carey Lane, where Heal records him till 1768. Livery, May 1751. James Mince who was apprenticed to him in 1753 and free in 1761, appears to have worked in partnership with him from 1766-75 on the evidence of mark no 3633, found almost entirely on castors and Mince was described as “castor maker Carey Lane “in an apprenticeship entry of 1773.
Daniell was then probably in partnership with his son Thomas from about 1771, as they appear together as goldsmiths, Carey Lane in the Parl.
Report list 1773 (although Mince is not found). This partnership was apparently as Thomas entered a mark alone in 1774, possibly indicating Jabez’s death or retirement .