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4101 RoaneTNHeritage site
ohn SMITH died in August 1840 leaving his widow Christiana. John
NETHERY married their youngest daughter, Christiana in 1830.
Anthony SMITH was a son, John SMITH was a son. Josiah SMITH
was mentioned. March term 1844. pp. 232-240.
Smith, Major John (I21955)
4102 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I2)
4103 Robert and Adam Dunlap married sisters Mary and Jane Pattison.

Family F29522
Funeral services for Robert Dexter Smith, 48, of Ted David Rd., Crossville, who passed away April 24, 1999, were held April 27 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Haley's Grove Cemetery.

Bros. Junior Pugh and Junior Masters officiated, with the eulogy given by his uncle, Kenneth Ray Webb.

He was born April 14, 1951, the son of James Elmo Smith and Pauline Frances Webb Smith.

Mr. Smith was a factory worker, and he was of the Protestant faith.
Survivors include his parents, James Elmo and Pauline Smith, both of Crossville; daughters, Melissa Leffew and Erica Rhonda Smith, both of Crossville; grandchildren, Justin Lee Smith and Ashley Nicole Leffew, both of Crossville; brother, Gordon Dale Smith of Crossville; sister, Geneva Faye Bilbrey of Crossville; niece, Cristy Ann Cotton; and nephew, Nicholas Dale Smith.

Pallbearers were Kevin J. Cotton, Dan Potter, Rick Poston, Randy Brewer, Dennis Pelfrey and William W. Carter Jr.

Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.  
Smith, Robert Dexter (I65213)
4105 ROBERT PIKE, son of Nathaniel and Betsey (Bush) PIke, born at
Portsmouth, December 1766, came to Stark in the beginning of the
present century. His father, Nathaniel, was an officer on a
privateersman in the Revoltuion, and was put in charge of a prize that he brought into Portsmouth. Robert Pike had a farm in the eastern part of Stark, on which is grandson, Joseph A., now resides. He served as selectman and town clerk. He married Deborah Smith.
Harwood Pike, son of Robert, was born January 11, 1808. He was a farmer, carpenter, school-master, surveyor, and a scholarly man of unusual ability. He had a remarkable memory, was well-read in history and the classics, and was able to give information, on many subjects, and was accurage in dates of events. He was a life-long Jacksonian Democrat and his official positions were all that were within the gift of his townsmen. He was a representative two terms, and twice delegate to constitutional conventions; county commissioners three years. He was six feet in height, straight as an arrow, and bore himself with gentlemanly dignity. His wife was a Cole. He died in 1871. His son, Joseph A. Pike, has been first selectman of Stark many years; representative two terms; a member of the constitutional convention; and was a prominent candidate before the Democratic convention of 1886 for state senator. William T. Pike, youngest son of Harwood Pike, has been selectman, clerk, etc. He was sheriff of Coos county from 1879 until 1883 inclusive, his re-election proving his efficiency in official duties. Mr. Pike succeeeds S.G. Hannaford in charge of the Coos county alms-house and farm.
-History of Stark NH 
Pike, Robert (I86667)
4106 ROBERT SMITH of Moneymore, county of Londonderry, Ireland, son of James Smith of Ireland, came to this country with a number of families, in the autumn of 1736, and spent the following winter at Lexington, Mass

wife Elizabeth was a daughter of James Smith of England, who was a son of James Smith of Scotland 
Smith, Robert (I50725)
4107 Robert Smith was a carpenter by trade, and removed, with his wife Phebe, soon after their marriage, to a farm in Buckingham, on the southeastern line, adjoining the Windy Bush farm of William Smith, where he lived during the remainder of his life. He was the progenitor of the Buckingham family of Smith, which has become very large, embracing many of the most familiar names in Bucks County at the present time and spread over a wide extent of the country. He was not of any known kindred to William Smith, progenitor of the Smiths of Wrightstown. The descendants of inter-marriages between the two families are so numerous, as well as so many marriages of cousins in the first, second, third, and fourth degree, it will be found very convenient for them to have the genealogy of the two progenitors.
In 1738 Robert Smith built a stone addition to his log house, which is yet standing, a good substantial structure, and has been occupied as a dwelling house by six generations of the family. Robert Smith died 6 mo. 26, 1745, leaving a widow and eight children. His death was not only a serious loss to his family, but was also felt very sensibly by Buckingham meeting of Friends, of which he was a highly esteemed member. The first monthly meeting held at that place was 10 mo. 6, 1720, and he was soon after appointed one of the overseers. It was said he was a good man, better known in his own meeting than in the civil affairs of the province. His widow, Phebe Smith, a recommended minister, married Hugh Ely [Sr.], 5,6,1753. Her second husband, Hugh Ely, died 1772. She remained about one year at his late residence, and subsequently lived with her sons Thomas and Joseph. Her death occurred at the old homestead, at the residence of her son Thomas, 1 mo., 1774". (from "The Genealogy of Robert Smith" by Josiah B. Smith, 1885)
Abstracts of Bucks Co, PA, Wills, 1685 - 1785
Page 56. Robert Smith, of Buckingham. 5 mo 15th day, 1745. Proved
September 26, 1745.
Wife Phoebe. Sons Thomas (eldest), Timothy, Robert, John, Joseph,
Benjamin, Samuel, and Jonathan. Thomas and Timothy, exrs. Land, late
Launcelot Gibson's, adj. Eleazer Doan.
Wit: Wm. Blackfan, Jeffrey Burgess, Thomas Ross. 
Smith, Robert (I55299)
4108 Robert Smith's middle initial is N, not H.
The census enumerator's letter N look very much like an H.
Robert died 26 Jan 1884 in Cedar Co., MO.

From the Cedar Co. MO Register of Deaths:
Name: Robert N Smith
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 36
Birth Date: abt 1848
Death Date: 26 Jan 1884
Death Place: Cedar County, Missouri

Kevin West 
Smith, Robert N (I36389)
4109 Robert Smith, m. Jemima/Jemimy (last name unknown) b. around 1750 but could be earlier or later, moved to Bethlehem Township NJ around 1796, possibly a son or relative of a Samuel Smith who moved from New Jersey, Montana Mountain(Greenwich Township) NJ and was a Quaker. Robert had 11 children, most of whom lived in NJ as well. Robert was a farmer and a Blacksmith and owned at least two 150 acre farms. Smith, Robert (I21534)
4110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I2)
4111 Rockingham County, NC, Record of Wills 1785-1804
FHL Film No. 0518436, Item 1
Viewed and transcribed by Jeri L. Corbitt
Pages 162-163
In the name of God Amen. I Zachariah SMITH of Rockingham County being sick and
weak in body but of perfect Sence and Disposing Memory Thanks be to Almighty
God for the same. Do make and Ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner
and form following Viz:
Impromiss [?] I give and Bequeath unto my son William SMITH my Rifle gun.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Archibald SMITH Fifteen pounds Virginia
Item I give and Bequeath unto my son Stephen SMITH Fifty Dollars.
Item I give and Bequeath unto my son Jonathan SMITH the piece of Land on fall
Creek in Virginia whereon my father Now Liveth and my Still and to take care
of his mother and my shot gun.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Nancy SMITH one feather Bed and
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Isaac SMITH the one hundred and fifty
acres of Land whereon I now Live.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Betsey SMITH one feather bed.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary SMITH one feather bed.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Salley SMITH one feather bed.
Item my will and Desire is that my Estate be not Appraised.
Item I Lend my Beloved wife Frances my work horses cattle and hogs and at the
Death of my wife to sell the _____ place to be and the money to be Devided
Between William Archerbald and Stephen SMITH-
Lastly, I do appoint my Brother Drury SMITH Executor of this my Last will and
Testament by me made.
In Testimoney whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 19th Day of
May in the year of our Lord 1796.
Sign'd Seal'd and published by the
Testator Zachariah SMITH as his Last will and Testament in the presence of us
and at his Request we subscribe our Names and witnesses thereto
Drury SMITH Zachariah SMITH (Seal)
William SMITH
B. I give and Bequeath unto Thomas MAYS the son of Phebe MAYS My Sister the
Seventy acres of Land his father first Lived on lying in Henry County on fall
Creek Between WITT's line and the County Line.
Zachariah (his X mark) SMITH (seal)
John KING [?] 
Smith, Zachariah (I52706)
4112 Rockingham County, NC, Will Book A (1804-1829)FHL Film No. 0518436, Item 1 Viewed and transcribed by Jeri L. Corbitt Smith, Drury (I52694)
4113 Rootsweb
Letter of Charlie White, dated Feb. 11, 2000 to Jane Beekman contained the following information: George was a bit of an anomaly, for I havent found any records for him in Randolph County, hence I dont know whether he ever lived there. He was living in Overton County Tennessee in 1805 when he gave his power of attorney to brother William Smith concerning their Uncle William Smith's Shenandoah County Virginia estate. He was still in Overton County in Sept. 10, 1822 when his wife Elizabeth filed a dismissal of petition for divorce and alimony from George by her next friend David Smith (probably her son). A subsequent wife, as widow, Nancy deeds as gift to 3 of the heirs of George Smith Sr. all my dower and all other of his real and personal property for $250., otherwisse qitclaims her rights to the estate, and gives Richard, John or George C. Smith possession of the house 1st November next in good order. The deed was signed May 13, 1839, acknowledged Sept. 2, 1839 and recorded in Overtn County Deed F:76. A listing of children give by Tennga S. Conner, Dayton, TN., in an unidentifed Heritage Book which appears to have dealt with Overton and Fentress Counties in Tennessee.

Bath Co., VA. Abstracts, pg. 391 Power of Attorney by George Smith of Overton Co., TN., to his brother William Smith of Bath, to handle any inheritance from William Smith of Shenandoah, Oct. 22, 1806. Witness Robert Kincaid, Charles Dressler, Peter Smith. (William Smith is his Uncle, brother of his father, David Smith).

May 13, 1839 - Nancy Smith - Deed of Gift for Land and personal property as dower and legatee of Geo. Smith Sen. to Richard Smith etals: Know all men by these presents that I Nancy Smith wife of George Smith Sen deceas haith this day bargained and sold all my dower in the Estate of George Smith my husband deceaste in the land and all other of his real and personal property to Richard Smith and John Smith and George Smith Jun three of heirs of George Smith Sen for the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars to be paid by the heirs of George Smith Sen Deceas and out of the proceeds of the Estate when sold in cash notes and the said Nancy wife and widow of the said George Smith Sen Deceas do forever hereafter give and disclaim any right Title or demand any further intrus in said Estate: and I Nancy Smith for myself haive this day and will forever disclaim any further intres in and in said Estate and I am to give to the said Richard Smith or John Smith or George Smith persission of the hous and in as good repair as hit is at this time and the land I am to take good care of and to give them peaceble possession of hite on the first day of Nov. nexte in as good order as hite is at witness whereunto I hereunto Site my hand and Seal the 13th day of May 1839

Nancy X Smith
her mark

Attest. A Winningham
Howel H. Bryant 
Family F25830
4114 Rootsweb Alexander Smith born in 1747 and maried Keziah Lamar March 17, 1772, achieved above-average wealth and prominence for a citizen of Northwest Randolph. He and Keziah had nine known chldren, all girls and both had significant estate papers; Alexander died in 1828, Keziah in 1838, both in Randolph County. The land division of the estate in 1839 showed that Alexander had owned 400 acres, 350 in Randolph and 50 acres adjoning in Guilford. The nine children, given at Division of Land, Estate of Alexander Smith, Sat., May 27, 1830. The land appportioned to Nelly's heirs and to Verlinda were specified as being in Guilford County; a plat shows that it was all one piece, and the remaining 7 sections were in Randolph County. A 50 acre tract which had been purchased by Alexander Smith from William White was clearly identified in the descriptions. Survey had been done by I Lamb,Dec. 24, 1829. A etition of SEpt. 1829 shows that Jeffrey Horney has died, and Keziah survived him. Elenor is dead (wife of Jonas Rix) ad the heirs are Elizabeth, wife of James Coltrane, Elizabeth, wife of William Hill, Evelina Rix, John Rix and Absolom Rix. Alexander Robbins was the administrator fo the estate of Keziah Smith. In a division of slaves dated Nov. 6, 1839, both Lydia Horney and Kiziah Horney were indicated as widows, and one of Elenor Ricks children, Christina Hill has died, leaving daughters Rebecca and Elenor Hill. Anna Robbins is called Leanna.(Charlie White, 1100 Hanover Drive, Concord, NC 28027 - Feb. 11, 2000.) Family F27248
4115 Rootsweb
Research in Shenandoah County, Woodstock Virginia records, relative to will/estate records/deed of David Smith's brothers, William Smith and Samuel Smith, both dying in Shenandoah. William Smith had no children and left his estate , after specific bequests, to the children of his two brothers, David and Samuel Smith. Samuel's demise is dealt with below; David seems to have died about 1803 in Randolph County North Carolina.

Heirs identified in deeds:
Q:455 Griffin Dobyns and wife Maryann, Bedford Co., Va. Feb. 11, 1809 she being one of the heirs of William Smith, decd. sells Daniel Madeira 1/14th part of 6 separate tracts that William Smith died seized for $128.57.
Q:457, Feb. 8, 1809 William Smith and wife Mary, Bath Co., VA. to Daniel Madeirs, Shenandoah County Virginia for $1, 178.54 sold 11 parts (of 14), of 5 tracts of =331 1/2 A undivided byvirture of William Smith's own right for 1 part as heir and legatee of William Smith decd., late of Shenandoah Co., VA. and by virtue of 9 Powers of attorney,viz:
1. Benjamin Mendenhall and wife Nancy, Randolph Co. NC March 5, 1805 as certified by Jeduthan Harper, Clerk of County Court.
2. Alexand Smith and Joseph Smith, Randolph Co., NC March 5, 1805 as certified by Jeduthan Harper, Clerk of County Court.
3. David Smith, Randolph County NC, Feb. 15, 1806, recorded Bath County Court for further reference.
4. David Smith, Randolph County NC, Feb. 15, 1806, said Power of Attorney given to said David Smith and to said William Smith by virtue of Power of Attorney from Bryan Smith, Guilford County, Dec. 21, 1805, recorded Bath Co., etc.
5. John Smith, Jefferson County TN., Sept. 22, 1806, recorded Bath Co., etc.
6. George Smith, Overton Co., TN. Oct. 23, 1806, recorded Bath Co., etc.
7. George Long and wife Elizabeth, Hawkins Co., TN. Jan. 2, 1807, recorded Bath Co., etc.
8. Edward (Frederick struck out) Wyatt and wife Sarah, Anderson Co., TN., Jan. 9, 1807 recorded Bath Co. etc.
9. William Milikan and wife Eleanor, Grainger Co., TN., March 2, 1807, recorded Bath Co. etc.

of the 14 heirs, 10 are enumerated in the Powers of Attorney held by William Smith, William Smith (of Davids) is 11 and Griffin Dobyns and Maryann are 12. One of the other two is Samuel Smith's son Samuel. Said Samuel Smith, son of (brother) Samuel, is now (and then) deceased. Samuel Smith II's estate records, Shenandoah County, show that Mary Smith and Thomas Davis, with Abraham Bird and John Crookshanks as securities, qualify as administrators, bond date Oct. 3, 1793, Appraisement was done Oct. 10, 1793 and recorded Dec. 11, 1793 by Peter Snider, John Hoe---, and ? Downey. Account of Sale was returned June 10, 1794; Mary Smith was "Smith" purchaser.

From William Smith's Will: (all amounts in Virginia pounds=L)
after substantial bequests to his wife Elizabeth:
My cosen William the son of my brother David (L50, riding horse, saddle, bridle)
Maryann Dawbens the daughter of my brother Samuel (L50)
Demone Williamson widow the cow she has the yous of now
Sarah Wyatt the daughter of brother Samuel (L15)
Alexander Smith the son of my brother David (L15)
William Smith the son of my brother Samuel & Mary Smith (L15)
Jonathan Hall (L10)

In the settlement of William Smith's estate, submitted May 14, 1808 and recorded June 13, 1808, receipts totaled L796 12 2 and balance remaining was L23 18 0 3/4. Each of the heirs above received distributions in 1802, 1803, 1804, and 1805. Other facts from the settlement: March 6 1802, William Hawkins was paid 1 10 0 for making the coffin of Elizabeth Smith, In the 1805 distributions, Samuel Smith II heirs (there were 7) were named: William Smith; Samuel Smith; Anna, wife of David Evans; and William Smith as guardian for Peggy, Clary and Archibald Smith, heirs of Samuel Smith, decd. Two deeds involving these heirs:
P:295 Oct. 6, 1806 - Samuel Smith one of heirs of Samuel Smith decd. Shenandoah Co., VA. to Jacob Hoak, same for L27VA an undivided 7th share of certain tract/parcel where Samuel Sith, father of said Samuel Smith died seized, lying on North River of Shenandoah adj. Lads of Peter Snyder and said Hoak, the entire tract c220A. Said Samuel Smith, his heirs grand and release to daid Hoak, and shall warranty the dower of Mary Smith, widow and relict of said Samuel Smith, decd.
Q:409 March 13, 1809 William Smith, wife Anna, County of Muskingum, OH. and Jacob Hoak, Shenandoah Co., VA. $200US, 2 undivided parts of 7 of tract of land where Samuel Smith, father of Said William died on North River of Shenandoh adj lands of Peter Snyder and said Jacob Hoak, c220A. Signed and acknowledged by William SMith March 13, 1809; didamus awarded to take privy exa of said Anna Smith directed to County of Muskingum.
Research Notes: Copies cannot be made of deed or will books, but the earliest five will books have had original records photostated, and copies can be made from them. Joyce White made copies of William Smith's will and the inventories which were in book E, the last available. The settlement record was in book G, and i had to selectively abstract it because of its length. (Charlie White, 1100 Hanover Dr., Concord NC 28027 - Feb. 11, 2000 - Letter to Jane Beekman). 
Smith, William (I74661)
4116 Rootweb Joseph Smith married Mary Robbins Oct. 6, 1785, bond date, in Randolph County, but extant documents show that this marriage ended by a separation agreement date Jan. 2, 1804. His bondsman was Thomas Beard, Elizabeth's was Joseph Robbins.(L1000 each: Randolph Wills 2:139). I have found no evidence that they had any children. The extreme NW Randolph County area tax list was styled Cpt. Smith's List for 1803, Cpt. Joseph Smith's list for 1804. Joseph died in Randolph County in 1805; Alexander Smith qualified as administrator of his estate in November and submitted account of sles Nov. 19, 1805. the estate was settled Aug. 7, 1810. Joseph witnessed a number of Smith family deeds, carried chain for land grant surveys and owned land near David Sr. and David Jr. on Caraway Creek, near Thomas Lytle. (Mr. Charlie White, 110 Hanover Dr., Concord NC. 28027).  Family F27247
4117 Round Hill area near Hogan's Creek, Caswell Co. NC
Smith, Peter (I53649)
4118 Row 8, section 4, grave 42. Upright grave marker reads, "Co A 85th Ohio." Grave registration card filled out by son Linn T Gregg of Twinsburg, OH. Gregg, Laban H (I79120)
4119 Roy loved to BBQ meat and to fish on the Ohio River., DILL, Roy Franklin (I15)
4120 Roy Thomas Smith, born February 1887 in Johnson County, Texas; died December 1946 in Cleburne, Johnson County, TX; buried Bono Cemetery, Johnson County, TX. On 3 February 1909 in Cleburne, Johnson County, TX, Roy Thomas Smith married Rose Ethel Officer (born 1889 in Boone County, AR; died 1977 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX). They had the following children: Roy Thomas (R.T.) Smith, Jr., born 28 Feb 1910 at Cleburne, Johnson County, TX, and died 21 January 1968 at El Paso, El Paso County, TX; Charles Wayne Smith, born 29 June 1912 at Cleburne, Johnson County, TX, and died 17 September 1982 at Carmine, Fayette County, TX; Jess Harold Smith, born 10 September 1915 at Cleburne, Johnson County, TX and died October 1990 at Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX -- see below; Robert Vance Smith, born 29 June 1918 at Cleburne, Johnson County, TX; Mary Lee Smith, born 27 August 1920 at Cleburne, Johnson County, TX; and Oma Nell Smith, born 22 September 22 1922 at Cleburne, Johnson County, TX. Roy Thomas Smith and Rose Ethel Officer Smith were divorced after 1922, and Roy Thomas Smith may have remarried and had additional children. Smith, Roy Thomas (I37716)
4121 RUBYE Burlison

Rubye Burlison Smith

Rubye Burlison

Rubye Irene Burlison

Children of James and Irene Burlison

Rubye Irene Burlison Smith

Rubye Irene Burlison Smith

Rubye Burlison Smith 
Burlison, Rubye Irene (I00003)
4122 RUBYE Burlison

Rubye Burlison Smith

Rubye Burlison

Rubye Irene Burlison

Children of James and Irene Burlison

Rubye Irene Burlison Smith

Rubye Irene Burlison Smith

Rubye Burlison Smith 
Cunningham, Edith A (I00027)
4123 Rufus Sampson "Sampie" Smith 1851 - 1928 The Douglas Enterprise ... December 14, 1928 SAMPIE SMITH, SR. BURIED LONE HILL ONE OF COUNTY'S PIONEERS SUFFERED 10 YEARS OF CANCER. HAD REMARKABLE CAREER. REARED LARGE FAMILY Another pioneer of Coffee County passed away to his reward last Saturday morning about 2 o'clock when Mr. R. S. Smith, better known as Sampie Smith, Sr., died after an illness extending over a period of years, the deceased suffering of a cancer for about 10 years. Mr. Smith bore his suffering with great fortitude, approached death without a murmur, knowing for several years that the end was not very far away. He remarked to his son, Dr. Smith, about six months ago that he just six months more to live, and on Dec. 20, the six months would have expired. Mr. Smith was born in Appling county on June 18, 1851, making him 77 years old last June. His parents came to Coffee county when he was quite young and most of his entire life was spent in this county. The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Peterson, where he had lived for the past two years, and immediately afterwards the burial took place at Lone Hill church, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. Stokes, pastor of the Lone Hill church. There were many and beautiful floral offerings and a large crowd was in attendance at both services. The pall bearers were the sons of Mrs. J. H. Peterson and the sons of Mr. Sampie Smith, Jr., his grandchildren. Mr. Smith was married 59 years ago to Miss Mary Gaskins, a sister of the late Daniel Gaskins. She survives him. Besides her the following children survive: Mrs. J. H. Peterson, J. Monroe Smith, Mrs. Levi O'Steen, Sampie Smith, Jr., and Dr. John R. Smith. A son, Tilden Smith, died some years ago. The following brothers are living: Isaac Smith, Richard Smith, John Smith, and Tippie Smith. Several grandchildren survive. Mr. Smith was one of the county's representative citizens. He did not care for public office but at one time several years ago, served as county commissioner. He was a member of the K. of P. lodge, and a member of the Methodist church, his membership being at Lone Hill. He lived several miles out from Douglas most of his married life, moving to Douglas about ten years ago where he and his wife resided in west Douglas. About two years ago he and Mrs. Smith moved to the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Peterson. The deceased lived an honorable life, just in all his dealings with his fellow man. He often remarked that he did not want to die owing any man a penny. He died that way. He made his will and took acre of every detail of his property. He had plenty of time to make his plans as he lingered long, but thru all of his suffering he never failed to provide for his loved ones. He made a good neighbor as his closest friends will testify, and will be missed by the people who knew him well. . . . Smith, Rufus Sampson (I19858)
4124 Russell County KY history and families. Russell Co Historical Society
p 311. Hugh's great-great-great grandfather William Smith was born in Virginia in 1784. He married an Indian maiden Margaret Wise in North Carolina. They came to Kentucky and settled in 1818 near Goose Creek in Adair Co, the part that became Russell Co in 1826. William Smith established Friendship Baptist Church, the oldest Russell Co Church in 1818.  
Family F11263
4125 S.L.Smith died in his 1914 Ford truck in 1914 in San Saba Co., Tex. Both are buried in Cherokee City Cem. William Harmon, their son was killed in his 1914 truck in San Saba Co. a week before "Lad" as what he was called. This was just after the San Saba Mob had been stopped by the Texas Rangers. William Harmon was named for his grandfather,but the William was omitted in your report. There were more children born,in SC, and the family worked their way to Texas during the Civil War. Susannah King was the mother's name, The Swift and Hudsons were names in her family.

Beverly Jane Weatherly (birth last name) 
Smith, Samuel Ladson (I75193)
4126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I3319)
4127 said to have come from New Buckenham Co, Norfolk England  Smith, Henry (I29240)
4128 sailed Mar 26 1835 Smith, Edwin Tilman (I12903)
4129 Salisbury, according to History of Boscawen and Webster NH Family F31839
4130 Saltville - Mrs. Virginia D. Smith, 87, died 14 April 1958 at her home. Survivors: 4 daughters, Mrs. Rena Lowery, Mrs. K. B. Brinkley, Mrs. Dave Collins, and Mrs. Wes Helton of Saltville; 3 sons, J. W. Smith, Walter Smith and Charles Smith of Saltville; sister, Mrs. Ellen Jackson of Saltville; 29 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren. Services at First Christian Church in Saltville with burial in Elizabeth Cemetery.  Moore, Virginia D (I26742)
4131 Same James Smith? Family F13558
4132 Same person as Zachariah E? Smith, Ezekiel (I24921)
4133 Samuel C., (curiously left out of this bible record but in the Harris book) Born 10/05/1810 married Jane (both Samuel and Jane died and James Hervey and his wife raised their 3 girls). Smith, Samuel C (I70519)
4134 Samuel Smith IV —first son of Lt. Samuel Smith, III and progenitor of this line in the U.S., and brother of Philip (my line) — ran off to New London and then Virginia with a barmaid in 1664. His wife, Rebecca Smith Smith (dau of the Rev. Henry Smith), was granted a divorce and remarried. His affluent father left him only five shillings when he died. -"The Great Migration" -NEGHS

The Great Migration is another wonderful source put out by NEGHS and where I saw the first reference to their son Samuel Jr (or IV), and first learned that he had not been a good boy, and obviously why he only got five shillings when his father died. He must have been quite a lady's man because he also had a child by another woman -- and this was the 1600s! This reference states: " i. Samuel Smith, bp, Whatfield, Suffolk, 6 October 1625; m. ...Rebecca Smith, daughter of Henry Smith {1637, Charlestown}, but abandoned her in early 1664.....Early in 1664, Samuel Smith, son of [Lt. Samuel Smith] left his wife and left New London, settling in Roanoke and then Carolina. Shortly before his departure he was frequently at the tavern maintained by Humphrey Clay and his wife, spending some time with their daughter, Sarah Clay, who accompanied him when he left town. Just before his departure, Smith boasted of getting Alice (Smith) Tinker with child, although Alice claimed the father was Jeremiah Blinman. [Others] wrote to Samuel Smith attempting to convince him to return to Connecticut, but he refused. Nicholas White visited Smith and found that he had a young wife in Carolina {CT Arch, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Series I, 3:194-210; NEHGR 149-421, 430-32]. Rebecca Smith returned to Wethersfield and apparently obtained a divorce..."-Ginny Alexander 
Smith, Samuel (I25268)
4135 Samuel Smith, the son of Rev. Henry and Dorothy Smith, was born in 1638 in Wethersfield, Connecticut. Samuel married a girl named Mary Ensign, daughter of James Ensign and Sarah Elson, in 1662. Mary was born in 1649, in Hartford, Connecticut.

Mary?s father James Ensign, was from Rye, Sussex, England, was the second of your ancestors to make the voyage to New England around 1634. James was at Cambridge Massachusetts in 1634, a freeman in 1635, moved to Hartford in 1639, was a constable in 1649 and 1662, a chimney viewer in 1655 and a townsman in 1656. His name appears on Hartford's Founders Monument. He was the founding member of 1st Congregational Church, Hartford, and member of 2nd Congregational Church in 1670. His will dated November 23, 1670, with an inventory taken December 23, 1670, valued at 729.2 pounds.

Mary?s 3rd Great-grandparents were Nicholas Tufton and Margaret Hever. Margaret was the daughter and heir of John Hever of Cranbrook, Kent, England. John Hever was a descendant of the Hevers of Kent, the founders of Hever Castle. Walter de Hever, was the first owner of Hever Castle. William de Hever, Sheriff in the reign of Edward I, became owner of Hever Castle in 1270, the year the Gatehouse was constructed. Ownership then passed to Thomas de Hever in 1300, William de Hever in 1340, and in 1360 to Joan de Hever, who married Sir Reginald de Cobham. Passing through eight more proprietors, in 1505 Hever Castle became the home of Sir Thomas Bullen, whose daughter Anne Boleyn was the second wife of Henry VIII. Upon the death of Sir Thomas Bullen, Hever Castle reverted to the Crown, and Henry granted ownership to his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, as part of the divorce settlement in 1540. Hever Castle was magnificently restored by William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor of Hever, a double moat, gardens and a Tudor Village surround Hever Castle today.

Samuel and Mary lived at Northampton, Massachusetts from 1666 to 1680, then moved to Hadley, Massachusetts to care for his widowed mother, Dorothy Smith Russell. Included in the letter referring to his father was the following reference to his stepfather, John Russell: "he was sometimes a little short of ye Charity which thinketh no Evil, at ye least I was wont to think so when his Hand was too heavy on my Shoulders & I remembered ye sweetnesse & ye Charity of my firste Father, but on ye whole said he was a Goode Man & did well by my Mother & her children & no doubt we did often try his wit & temper."

Samuel died September 10, 1703, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, aged 65, and his wife, Mary died in July 1723, in Suffield, Connecticut, aged 73. 
Smith, Samuel (I24)
4136 Samuel Stanhope Smith (March 15, 1751 – August 21, 1819) was a Presbyterian minister, founding president of Hampden-Sydney College and the seventh president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) from 1795 to 1812.
Born in Pequea, Pennsylvania, he had graduated as a valedictorian from the College of New Jersey in 1769, and went on to study theology and philosophy under John Witherspoon, whose daughter he married on 28 June 1775. In his mid-twenties, he worked as a missionary in Virginia, and from 1775 to 1779, he served as the founder and rector of Hampden-Sydney College, which he referred to in his advertisement of 1 September 1775 as "an Academy in Prince Edward." The school, not then named, was always intended to be a college-level institution; later in the same advertisement, Smith explicitly likens its curriculum to that of the College of New Jersey. "Academy" was a technical term used for college-level schools not run by the established church.Stanhope Smith held honorary doctorates from Yale and Harvard and was a leading member of the American Philosophical Society.
In his work, Stanhope Smith expressed progressive views on marriage and egalitarian ideas about race and slavery. The second edition of his Essay on the Causes of Variety of Complexion and Figure in the Human Species (1810) became important as a powerful argument against the increasing racism of nineteenth-century ethnology. He opposed the racial classifications of natural historians such as Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, and Carolus Linnaeus In this text, his attempt to explain the variety of physical appearances among humans involved a strongly environmental outlook. An example he provides involves "the blacks in the southern states." Smith noted that field slaves had darker skin pigmentation and other "African" features than did domestic slaves, and hypothesized that exposure to white, European culture through their "civilized" masters had changed their anatomy as well.
Smith is also known for his attempt to refute Thomas Jefferson's claim in Notes on the State of Virginia, that there were no great black writers or artists. In it, he attacked Jefferson's disregard of poetic abilities of Phillis Wheatley, African slave prodigy.
Noah Webster cited Stanhope Smith in Webster's 1828 Dictionary in the definition of philosophy. The citation was from Stanhope Smith's second edition of his Essay on the Causes of Variety of Complexion and Figure in the Human Species (1810). The quote as given,"True religion, and true philosophy must ultimately arrive at the same principle.". 
Smith, Samuel Stanhope (I70671)
4137 Samuel was dead by 1830 not 1869. Sorry! This is according to his will and the orphan court after his wifes death is 1834.
Smith, Samuel (I53608)
4138 Samuel's daughter, Jerusha Smith is my 4th great grandmother. Please contact me about her. I need proofs. She was born Mar 1742, and married Amzi (Amzia) Doolittle 1757 and had 10 children. Then she ran away with Amos Marsh and was sentenced to the Stocks when she/they returned. (Warwick History) Since Father Samuel was an Elder in the church he probably disowned her (?) need proof. She later married Amos Marsh lived to be 102 and died in Winchester, NH. She is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery there, 19 Oct 1844. She is FAG #18192045. She is buried in the same cemetery as Amzi and has a humorous stone which states **Wife of Amos Marsh the 1st wife of A. Doolittle** Her grandson Beriah (Berry) Doolittle was at the Battle of San Jacinto in Texas.
My brother, Benton Lanier Stevens 1941-2018, has our paternal DNA line. Please contact me if his DNA would be useful. Nancy Page, DAR Registrar
This brings me to Samuel as a DAR ANcestor. He is listed but Jerusha needs to be proven as a daughter. Please help me.

Nancy Page 
Smith, Jerusha (I20212)
4139 SAR membership application 57037 has spouse as Cornelia Smith Smith, Guy Jr (I46316)
4140 Sarah and her two sons died within days of each other in 1865. Her obituary in the Gospel- Visiter says, “Sister Sarah was a faithful and exemplary member of the church from her youth. Funeral services by Elder Samuel Garber (her brother-in-law) and Michael Emmert” (Michael Emmert’s sister Lydia, was married to Emmanuel Long, half brother to Sarah’s father.) The family died from Spotted fever according to an obituary in the Christian Family Companion., LONG, Sarah (I394)
4141 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I95603)
4142 Sarah is listed as a child of Aaron and Sarah Allen Smith by many researchers based on a marriage record for a Sarah Smith, daughter of Aron and Alexander Holden, son of Benjamin. Was this Sarah Smith Holden childless? Sarah Allen Smith (will dated 3 Sept. 1833) named the children of her deceased son, Aaron, in her will - why not those of her deceased daughter? Why did Aaron not mention her in his will? His was dated and executed before Sarah died. We know there are several Aaron Smiths just as there are several Barneses - is this one of ours?

Many genealogies have Sarah Smith Holden buried along with her husband, Alexander in Ohio. There is evidence the wife of the Alexander Holden buried in Licking Co. Ohio is Sarah Chamberlain, not Sarah Smith.

The Beard-Green Cemetery listing for Alexander Holden and his wife, Sally. Alexander died Sept. 25, 1832 at age 68 years 19 days. Sally died June 18, 1833 at age 70 years 6 months 25 days. The dates don't match for the Sarah listed as daughter of our Aaron and Sarah Smith. Alexander would have been born in 1764 and Sally in 1762. Conversley, adding the age at death to the birthdate given for Sarah, if this was our Sarah she would have died November 8, 1858. Something is off somewhere.

I, for one, am not listing a daughter, Sarah, as a child of Aaron and Sarah Allen Smith until there is further evidence that she even existed.  
Smith, Sarah (I30938)
4143 Sarah J Martin Smith

Birth: 1836
Death: 1913

Burial: Pine Crest Cemetery
Mobile Mobile County Alabama, USA
Plot: Section 17

Created by: Lisa Enochs Davison
Record added: Oct 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43319025
Martin, Sarah Jane (I68245)
4144 Sarah married (2) 5 Jul 1838 Harrison Co,WV to Hamilton Goss.
!Named in husband's will. 
Pulley, Sarah (I01049)
4145 Sarah of Canterbury according to History of Boscawen and Webster NH Family F31840
4146 Sarah SMITH was born 28 Nov 1675 in prob. Burton Bank, Monk Bretton, Barnsley, West Riding, Yorkshire, England, and was baptized 12 Dec 1675 at St. John The Baptist Church, Royston Parish. She accompanied her parents when they immigrated before 1680 to Burlington, in Old New Jersey Province, at 'The Falls' of the Delaware River. She married circa 1703 John PARKE (1676-1757). She died before Nov 1756 in Hampshire (Frederick 'til 1754) Co., Virginia Colony. In 1757 spouse John PARKE was killed and beheaded in Hampshire Co. during the French & Indian War.
Smith, Sarah (I18758)
4147 Sarah Smith was first married to John Hayes. Her bond to administer his estate was dated 5 Sept 1785 with William Smith and Robert Boykin her securities. The state census taken in 1786 for Northampton County lists her heading a household of two males under 21, two females, three slaves. The three Hays grandchildren in Flood Smith's will were hers.
She remarried to Herod Faison (all marriage records are lost for the period) and Herod Faison was guardian of the children. She had additional children by Herod Faison and was still alive when Herod Faison wrote his will in 1815.

Bob Baird 
Smith, Sarah (I16672)
4148 Sarah Smith, b. circa 1859, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England, d.1897. Married William Edward PEBODY, 12 Sep 1882. Smith, Sarah (I44701)
4149 Sarah was living as of June 1684 as reported in New Haven court records.
-Christine Clark  
Sarah (I97099)
4150 Sarah’s husband and daughters are buried at Oak HIll. Assumption is that she is there, too. STINSON, Sarah (I1606)

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