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4101 SC Probate Records-Spartanburg
William Smith
Isaac Compton, Executor #1764 Dec 4 1804 
Smith, William (I2676)
4102 SC Probate Records-Spartanburg
William Smith
M M Smith, executor #2522 July 25 1857 
Smith, William (I2683)
4103 Schmidt Lehigh 
Schmidt, Balzer (I25793)
4104 Schmidt, Bonnie J. BERKSHIRE, Mass. Bonnie J. Schmidt, 56, passed away on January 1, 2009, at Berkshire Medical Center. She was daughter of the late Walter and Muriel Tribley Schmidt and sister of the late Martin C. Schmidt. A graveside service will be held 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at Memory's Garden in Colonie. There are no calling hours. - See more at: Schmidt, Bonnie J (I66145)
4105 Second husband: Samuel Scott. Family lived NE of present day Blacksburg, VA. Area contains MacDonald Run and Scott's Mill.

Rick E. Morrow 
Family F14217
4106 Section R, Block 3, Lot 173, Grave 5. Arrangements by Autumn Funeral Home. Nachbaur, Frank (Franz Alfons) (I79137)
4107 Section R, Block 3, Lot 173, Grave 6 Mary A (I79152)
4108 See ""Genealogy of the Smith Family of Essex Co VA"" from William and Mary Quarterly Vol 6 Nov 1 July 1897 pp 41-51 Family F30434
4109 See "A Century and a Quarter of History: Geneva" Family F20572
4110 See also Linda Cheek's "Ancestors and Descendants of Smiths" p 145 Smith, Capt Charles (I42759)
4111 See Linda Cheek's book "Smith Wills, Deeds and Family Histories" p 211.
"George and Rebecca Smith, natives of Ireland, settled in Edgecombe Co NC about 1750. They had one son Willis, who married about 1770. Willis served in the Revolutionary War from the beginning, dying in a hospital from wounds received from the Tories after 1778. He served in General McIntosh's Regiment, 6th North Carolina company. Willis had one son Millington Smith b 1773. After the death of his father, Millington and his mother migrated to Tennessee, Stewart Co. Millington Smith m Barbara Barton here in 1799.  
Smith, George (I511)
4112 See note on wife Susannah Louisa Cooper Smith Smith b. 1833 Smith, George Washington (I2090)
4113 See this FindaGrave reference Smith, Charles (I15811)
4114 See William and Mary Quarterly Jan 1893 p 96 Family F30818
4115 See: for a source of family information hints. Smith, Henry (I954)
4116 Selke Familie lived in Salzburg until Archbishop issued law (10/31/1731) to expel all protestants from that catholic area.
On 2/2/1732 the king Friedrich Wilhelm I invited them to repopulate the area in east prussia which was devastated after the plaque.  
Selke, Elisabeth (I67490)
4117 Sep 1866 Faversham 2a 1111-BMD Family F24155
4118 Sep 1917 Alton 2c 405-BMD Family F24142
4119 Sep 1930 Wandsworth 1d 1334-BMD Family F24149
4120 Sep 1964 Heywood 10c 903-BMD Family F24146
4121 Sep 1974 Shepway 16 1540-BMD Family F24152
4122 Sep 1977 Ashford 16 0113 Family F24151
4123 Sep 1989 Bradford 4 84 Family F24130
4124 Sep 1999 Maidstone 569 0628 RAXXX entry 020-BMD Family F24154
4125 Served with 148th New York Infantry, Company G from August 17, 1864-June 22, 1865. Registered for the draft as an alien, June, 1863. Served as a substitute for Chas. P. Fitch of Auburn. Daniel Boone Smith was U.S. Vice to Deputy Counsul in Canada from August 10, 1893-1898 during the second Grover Cleveland Administration, 1893-1897. This information originally came from a letter he wrote to his son, Charles William, on Sept. 4th 1898. At the time D.B. was living at 141 Rebecca Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Confirmed with National Archives October 6, 1999. His first wife Angeline Cretsley died in 1877 and he imigrated to Canada in 1879. He remarried in 1880. He had two children with his second wife who are not in our line. Only one of those children survived to adulthood. In the 1911 Canadian census there is a James and Elizabeth Hodge living with Daniel and Rebecca and their daughter, Elizabeth. James Hodge is listed as father-in-law of Daniel but Rebecca’s father is William Farmer. Daniel B. was 36 in June of 1865 when he was discharged from the service., , , , , , , , , , , SMITH, Daniel Boone (I67)
4126 Services conducted by the Rev. Clarene H Pike at the Prentice & Co Funeral Home on Coburn St. Sheets, Lewis "Bus" (I80225)
4127 Services for Furman "Chummie" Smith, 78, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Thompson Funeral Home, with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Mr. Smith died Monday, Jan .20, 1992. Born in Bamberg County, he was a son of Bill and Nettie Hutto Smith. He was a carpenter and a member of Woodmen of the World.

Surviving are his wife, Katherine Smith; daughters, Kathy Faust and Linda Reed, both of Orangeburg; sons, Billy Smith of St. Matthews and Kenneth Smith or Orangeburg; a stepdaughter, Carol Gayle of Columbia; a sister, Annie Baltzigar of St. Matthews; a brother, Cole Smith Sr. of Bamberg; nine grandchidren; and two great-grandchildren 
Smith, Furman Billy (I91527)
4128 Seth Smith, who came to the Watauga section from Pennsylvania in 1791, designed and constructed the first stone house in the State. He was a stone-mason, but in the execution of his work he was perforce also the architect and contractor. He built four stone houses in or near Limestone, Tennessee, which answered the dual purpose of settlement-fort and residence. The Gillespie house, built in 1792.
Tennessee History 
Smith, Seth (I65259)
4129 Settled in Watertown, Middlesex Co MA by early 1628 Family F15719
4130 Several different Smith families were among the Hamilton County pioneers.
Milo Smith was a beloved physician in Chattanooga's early days, and he was the city's mayor in three different decades. He was a son of William Smith, who came from Massachusetts to teach school in frontier Tennessee. William Smith's parents, Samuel and Elizabeth Keyes Smith, were living at Great Barrington when he was born. They are buried at New Marlboro. Dr. Smith's mother was Elizabeth Cozby, daughter of the famous East Tennessee physician and Indian fighter, Dr. James Cozby. William Smith
went from Knoxville to Washington in Rhea County in 1812. He founded Smith's Crossroads (Dayton) after purchasing 60 acres there in 1820.
Dr. Milo Smith was born in 1807 and he went to Philadelphia to study medicine. He had “a great deal of information on almost every subject pertaining to matters Biblical and historical, but especially physic.” His was the leading medical practice, but he seemed almost unconcerned about whether or not he was paid. Dr. Smith was so well liked by the community that several babies were named in his honor. Milo Smith had gone down river from Rhea County to the new Ross's Landing settlement where his sister, Eliza, had moved with her husband, John P. Long. From the commissioners who laid out and were selling off Chattanooga lots, he purchased lot 38 on Poplar Street for $220 in 1840.
He wound up selling this lot and building on lot 42 nearby. At the time of the Indian removal, both Dr. Smith and his father worked with the government. William Smith relocated to Rawlingsville, Ala., in this capacity. Dr. Smith made several trips between Ross's Landing and the Indian Territory with the Cherokees. Dr. Smith was one of the founders of the Presbyterian Church at Chattanooga.
Milo Smith married Caroline Lipscomb, who was from Grainger County, Tenn., and was the daughter of Spotswood and Elizabeth Smith Pendleton Lipscomb. Their son, William Spotswood Smith, graduated from medical school at Nashville. He entered Confederate service and was on the medical staff of Dr. Samuel H. Stout. Milo Smith's daughter, Elizabeth Nisbet Smith, was the first white child born in Chattanooga after it was named - her birth being Christmas Day 1838. She married Andrew Mitchell Macmurphy of Augusta, Ga., in 1859. Macmurphy's sister was the wife of another Chattanooga mayor, Charles Grenville.
The Milo Smiths remained in Chattanooga through much of the war at their brick home on Cameron Hill on the east side of Poplar Street between Fifth and Sixth streets. Dr. Smith served as mayor again in 1862 and 1863 after terms in 1842 and 1851. He treated many wounded soldiers from both armies in the war-torn city. Caroline Smith took care of a baby who had lost its mother when only six weeks old and whose father was one of the artillerymen under the duty of firing shells into Chattanooga. Dr. Smith early in 1864 “felt it necessary to leave Chattanooga.” His home on Poplar Street was sold to John G. Glass. The Milo Smiths returned after the war and Dr. Smith had a drug store with John Bailey Nicklin at Fifth and Market. Milo Smith died in 1869. Caroline Lipscomb Smith died at Memphis in 1878.  
Smith, Dr Milo (I8191)
4131 Seymour Masonic Cemetery Smith, Amos (I34102)
4132 Shadrack Smith owning 500 acres of land in Buckingham Co. in 1782 and dividing it wit h these two sons by 1787, giving equally to each 250 acres.

NOTE that there is some question about the validity of the sources that Shadrack Smith is the progenitor. According to the link at left:

I have a reply I wrote to Wm. Ronald Cooke, Jr. c/o Colonial Craftsman, Richmond, Virginia . In the Genealogical Handbook, he stated he had data on land owners of Buckingham county, V a. from Shadrack Smith owning 500 acres of land in Buckingham Co. in 1782 and dividing it wit h these two sons by 1787, giving equally to each 250 acres. He says he has the name of the f ather. He also stated that George Smith was living in Tenn. in 1814 but still owned 78 1/2 a cres in Buckingham. ...He thinks the brother, Shadrack, also moved to Tennessee as he was ou t of the county in 1812, when his name disappeared from the record. This land in Buckingha m Co. was described as being about twenty-seven miles west of the courthouse and on Wreck Isl and Creek. - Mrs . S. B. Wilson (Clara J. Wilson), 15 Feb 1936 -(page 40).

Therefore having Shadrack as father should be speculative until proven 100 percent. 
Smith, Shadrack (I57377)
4133 She appeared on the census in 1910 in Upper Naches, Yakima, WA.
She appeared on the census in 1920 in Port Angeles, Clallam, Washington, USA. Gladys Sheilds.
She appeared on the census in 1930 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, USA. Gladys M Lain, wife, 29 yrs old, married at age 28, born WA, father born IA, mom born KS, no occupation.
Parmentier, Gladys May (I32838)
4134 she died before the 1860 census enumeration; burial place unknown but probably Souder Cemetery Smith, Nancy (I34115)
4135 She is listed as Ann (Mrs) Burnell.

Family F29897
4136 She might be the Mary M. Smith living in 1918 Nashville, Davidson Co, TN
who was listed as next of kin on Eleazer Jackson Smith's 1918 WWI Draft Registration.

U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Eleozer Jackson Smith

Name: Eleozer Jackson Smith [Eleazer Jackson Smith]
City: Nashville
County: Davidson
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 15 May 1874
Race: White
Draft Board: 2
Age: 44
Occupation: Brakeman for NC & St L RR in Nashville, TN
Nearest Relative: Mary M. Smith, 110 8th Ave S, Nashville, TN
Height/Build: Medium / Stout
Color of Eyes/Hair: Blue / Brown

Source Citation: Registration State: Tennessee; Registration County: Davidson; Roll: 1877600; Draft Board: 2. 
Smith, M. M. (I68249)
4137 She signed her name as "Catharean" in the marriage bond for her son Zachariah. Catherine (I79220)
4138 She was sister to the first Governor of the Colony Thomas Hinckley. She joined the Church June 13, 1652. [*American Descendants of Rev. John Smith*; Martha's Vineyard Historical Society]

SUSANNA HINCKLEY, bp. Tenterden, Kent, 6 November 1625 [NEHGR 65:315]; m. by 1644 John Smith (on an unknown date, *John Smith & Susannah Hinckley contracted at our sister Hinckleye's house [in Barnstable]* [NEHGR 10:39]; eldest known child b. Barnstable [blank] April 1644 [MD 12:154]).

*The American Descendants of Rev. John Smith* states that they were married June 13, 1643. 
Hinckley, Susannah (I725)
4139 shipmaster of Hallowell, ME Smith, Isaac (I87638)
4140 shoemaker of Ensham or Eynshan, Oxfordshire, England Smith, Charles (I71093)
4141 Shot by Champ Ferguson gang -- Smith, George (I34763)
4142 Shot by Champ Ferguson Gang in Moodyville, Pickett Co., TN
George and Judy had their children. When the Civil War started they had a son John Booher Smith who went to fight. George stayed home with the family. They supposedly lived near Guntertown. For some reason George spent most of the time in a cave near the homeplace. Hiding out I guess. Anyway, somewhere between 1865-1870 one winter's day a snow had fallen and Judy had taken George some food. Meanwhile some of Champ Fergusson's gang followed her prints in the snow to the cave and captured George. They took him to Moodyville and tied him to a phone pole and shot him. No one knows where George is buried. I am still looking for info on Judy. My aunts told me their grandfather James F Smith told them the story of George so I know it is true. - Linda Sue Goodman 
Smith, George (I34763)
4143 Sidney was a carpenter that worked with his Architect father while he was in Brooklyn, later removing to Northport where he farmed for the rest of his days.

m. Marietta Conklin ( and there is some colorful Conklin history there that I cannot recall without uncovering and unpacking numerous boxes of my father's research and records, but I will get to it eventually)Susan Lynn Smith 
Smith, Sidney Cornelius (I34839)
4144 Silas b. ca. 1830 in England d. ca. 1861 m. Sarah Voorhees in NY. Silas's parents may have been James and Ann of England. Silas also had a brother William b. ca. 1819 Eng. who had a son George b, ca.1845 Eng. Smith, Silas (I2160)
4145 Simeon G Smith in the U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989
Name: Simeon G Smith
Gender: Male
Residence Year: 1906
Street address: 518 State W Ham
Residence Place: Hammond, Indiana, USA
Occupation: Telephone Operator
Spouse: Delia Smith
Publication Title: Hammond, Indiana, City Directory, 1906

Family F25426
4146 Simeon G. Smith in the Indiana, Select Marriages, 1780-1992
Name: Simeon G. Smith
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 3 May 1900
Marriage Place: Cass, Indiana
Spouse: Della Domm
FHL Film Number: 1987540
Reference ID: p. 116

Family F25426
4147 Simeon Smith and Mary Putnam moved from Georgia to McMinn County in the late 1840.s  Smith, Simeon Simpson (I28914)
4148 Simpson Creek Smith,, Aaron A. Sr. (I30915)
4149 Since a son was named Roger, it suggests that an earlier Roger Smith who came to Jamestown in 1616 on the George might have been Christopher's grandfather. (The descendents of Roger Smith , an "Ancient Planter", have not been established. His wife was Joane Pierce, daughter of William Pierce and the widow of John Rolfe.) Another son of Christopher was named Joshua Ambrose. Smith, Christopher (I51926)
4150 Since Absalom Smith and Mahala Conlee were married 1834, is the older woman 60-69 in his household in 1830 his mother, widow of Sherwood Smith?  Family F20032

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