It appears that Daniel had three farms, one in Clounbrane, one Gin ortdromasillihy and the third in Kilbaha, all in the parish of Newtownsandes (now named Moyvane), Co. Kerry. Apparently three of his sons each inherited a farm.
Daniel's family is related by marriage to the Mulvihills of Shronowen, Listowel, Co. Kerry. The connection is through Daniel's (probable) granddaughter Nora Mulvihill, daughter of Michael Mulvihill and Norrie Cunningham, who married Michael Mulvihill, son of Patrick Mulvihill of Shronowen. It is possible that Daniel's family and the Shronowen Mulvihills are also blood-related but this would need to be researched. There are other Mulvihill families that featues in my family tree, the Mulvihills of Faha and Leansahane in Ballybunion, and of Tarbert, who may or may not be related to the other Mulvihill families mentioned above.
Mulvihill researchers may be interested in the family of a Denis Mulvihill (c.1832-1887) from Newtownsandes, possibly from Clounbrane, who married a Mary Mulvihill who was probably from Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. Denis and Mary emigrated to the United States, most likely in 1863 with their first two children, Daniel and Johanna, and settled in Sidney, Ohio where they had four more children: Michael, Catherne, Mary and Denis. It is believed that Denis Senior had a brother named Daniel who lived in Pittsburg and had a family with his wife, Ellen.
Note from Helen: Although neither my husband nor I am descended from Daniel above, I came across the information below in the course of my research into the family of my great-great-grandaunt Biddy Cunningham of Kilbaha, Moyvane who married John Mulvihill (from Aughrim, Moyvane). Although John does not appear to be related to Daniel, the information below on Daniel and his descendants may be of some use to those researching the Mulvihill families of Clounbrane, Gortdromasillihy, Kilbaha and Shronowen.