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4801 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F9004
 
4802 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4473
 
4803 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4474
 
4804 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4475
 
4805 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4476
 
4806 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4477
 
4807 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4478
 
4808 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4479
 
4809 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4480
 
4810 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4481
 
4811 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4482
 
4812 Virginia Marriages 1700-1799- compiled by Cecil McDonald- Smiths of Virginia newsletter Vol 1 #2 Family F4483
 
4813 Virginia Marriages 1706-1799 compiled by Cecil McDonald Smiths of VA Vol 1 #2 Family F4454
 
4814 Vital Records of Braintree
Father Ebenezer
Mother Martha 
Curtis, Hannah (I22272)
 
4815 vol20th inf me cival war Smith, John Thomas (I68285)
 
4816 Volume: 162
Page Number: 491
Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 10 Jun 1929, 8628 
Smith, Polycarpus (I97368)
 
4817 W B 3 p 100 and OB 6 p 132- Will dated Jan 22 1777 probated at May Court 1777 Chesterfield CO VA -mentions sons Peartree, Obadiah, William, dau Lucy, grand-dau Elizabeth Winston adn grandson Obadiah, son of Peartree.  Family F14080
 
4818 W&M Quarterly Vol 9 has his coat of arms as Smiths of Tottne, County Devon England (quarterly II, 12)  Smith, Maj. Lawrence Sr. (I19537)
 
4819 W. J. (William Jasper) Smith was the first appointed commissioner of Haskell County's Eastern District. Commissioners were appointed shortly after statehood and served four years.
W. J. would ride his horse to Stigler once a month to attend the monthly commissioners' meetings. (a portion of this story was lost, so I'll do the best that I can). It apparently said something about the fact that he owned approximately 560 acres of land, enough to give at least 40 acres to each of his children when they married.
Smith was elected to a second term of commissioner, which would begin on January 1, 1912, but he died in December before his second term could begin.
A blacksmith by trade, W. J. lived in Cowlington, Indian Territory, before moving to Red Hill, located north of Keota. In addition to being commissioner, Smith also farmed his acreage.
W. J. mith was also a civic minded individual and always saw that each community he lived in had a school. If there wasn't already a school there, he instigated the building of one and instrumental in the construction of Red Hill School
The Red Hill school teacher boarded free with the Smiths. On weekends the Smith boys and teacher would cut wood to burn at the school during the next week to keep the school children warm. Red Hill, at that was a subscription school, and each child paid a nickel a day to attend. This money went to the teacher.
Smith also belonged to the Woodsmen of the World Lodge, which was a prominent lodge at that time. His grave in the Tamaha Cemetery bears the Woodsmen of the Lodge tombstone peculiar to that organization.
W.J. provided well for his family, and would have been considered well-to-do by the standard of living at that time. He would always kill 12 to 14 hogs at a time and would buy groceries in 100 pound sacks.
W.J. and Lucinda Sanders (Saunders) Smith, whose mother was a fullblood Cherokee, had six children; four boys and two girls. They were Virgil, Minnie, Laura, Charley, Horace, and Weaver (W.W.). He helped each of his children build a house.
His grandson, Roland Smith (son of W.W.), also served as Eastern District Commissioner from 1967 to 1974.
William Jasper Smith was born September 18, 1857 and died on December 11, 1912.
 
Smith, William Jasper (I14215)
 
4820 W. W. SMITH, born 11 Feb 1814 in Washington Co., Tenn., was licensed to preach in 1844, but continued in the local ranks -- serving two years in Webster, N. C. In 1851, he was admitt+ on trial to the Holston Conference and appointed to Pattonsville
Circuit in the Rogersville District. In 1852, he labored on the Taylorsville Circuit and then served two years in the Watauga
Mission. In 1855 he was admitted to 111 connection and appointed to the Saltville Circuit and then to Sneedville. Ordained an
elder by Bishop Early in 1857, he was sent to the Tazewell, Jefferson, and Sulphur Spring circuits successively. He preached his
last sermon at Sulphur Springs Church on 6 June 1863, and died 21 Sept 1863.
Ansearching 2000-3 
Smith, W W (I70114)
 
4821 Wade Hampton Smith 1878-1963 advised Era Lee Smith that his grand mother was buried in the Providence community, near Pelham, TN. For names of her children, see the Elias Smith Memorial -from Findagrave Walker, Charity (I69864)
 
4822 Wait Smith had sold some land by 1728, in Jamaica, Long Island, .He was in Orange County, NY by 1731 Smith, Wait (I24099)
 
4823 Walt Kelley was shot and killed by his drunk neighbor while standing in his front yard. All his children saw their father killed. The man Will Gilstrap was trying to claim some land that was not his. This case was in court many months and i a big write up the old Pickens Sentinel newspaper. Wills family and cousins told many lies and the man walked but a few years later died when an elevator fell with him it.  Kelley, Walter Lewis (I78031)
 
4824 Walter Smith was born about 1903 in Knox, KY and died around 16 Jan 1932 in a gunfight with Sam Gambrel. Walter married Ada Carnes probably on 9 Apr 1923 in Claiborne, TN. Ada Carnes was born 6 Jun 1906 and died 6 Aug 2001 in Morgan County, Alabama. She was the daughter of John Abner Carnes and Hila Hendrickson. They had three sons together (Albert, Hayden, and Keith). After the death of Walter, Ada remarried to Elige Allen and had three more sons. Smith, Walter (I18675)
 
4825 Walter told Elizabeth Gail that they had to elope because Mabel’s father didn’t want him to marry Mabel. Family F24
 
4826 War of 1812
soldier: Smith, Tobias
widow: Smith, Rebecca
Service: Capt Roger's Co.,LA Mil 
Smith, Tobias (I48468)
 
4827 War Vet War 1812 Smith, Daniel (I35754)
 
4828 Warren Co TN 1836 Tax List
Ericus Smith 250
Andrew Smith 1
David Smith 1 
Smith, Ericus III (I39580)
 
4829 Warren County TN Deed Book D
398- 8 Oct1822:
Thos HOPKINS to
Daniel
SHRADER,
390
A.
on
Hickory
Creek
???
tract
where
Eracus
SMITH
lives
???
comer
of
George
STUBBLEFIELD's
???
part
of
a
tract
granted
by
the
state
to
David
ROSS
..?
Thos.
HOPKINS,
agent
for
the
heirs
of
David
ROSS,
dec'd,
signed
the
deed
for
himself
and
for
the
heirs
of
David
ROSS.
Acknowledged
in
court
by
the
subscriber
30
Apr
1823;
reg.
30
Apr
1823 
Smith, Eracus (I3318)
 
4830 Warren Smith6 m. Elizabeth Smith7. She was daughter of Aram Smith6 and Mercy Hopkins7, and granddaughter of Aram Smith5 and Abigail Kenney7.

Elizabeth Smith7 was also a descendant of Ralph through her mother: Mercy Hopkins7, Bethia Wilson6, Sarah Chase5, Mary Smith4, John Smith3, Samuel Smith2, Ralph Smith1. 
Smith, Warren (I261)
 
4831 Was a British noblewoman. She was the grandmother of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother and the great grandmother of the current monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.
w/o Sir Claude Bowes-Lyon, 13th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne and Lord Lieutenant of Angus. 
Smith, Frances Dora (I67535)
 
4832 was a drunk and abusive. He died many years after their divorce - a bum right there on Main Street. Hoover, John William (I80228)
 
4833 Was a Six Nations Chief and official Interpreter.  (I48012)
 
4834 was in Powhatan Co VA in 1783 Smith, Childers (I26223)
 
4835 Was in Washington Co AR by 1834 Family F15445
 
4836 Was Isaac Smith III?  Smith, Isaac (I59099)
 
4837 Was Murdered while tending his fields in Arkansas, believed
to be 1861. During the same time, his grandson Thomas Jefferson Smith was kidnapped, and found in Grayson CO Texas
several years later. 
Smith, Thomas Jeffferson (I17565)
 
4838 Was Solomon Smith b 1785 Spartanburg Dist SC brother to Samuel L?married Sarah Crow, daughter of Charles and Sarah Harlan Crow, who was the oldest sister of Mary Harlan?
Probably. I am gathering evidence concerning this relationship. 
Smith, Samuel (I23946)
 
4839 Was Thomas Smith married twice? There is a reference to wife Elizabeth in Thomas Smith will dated 1808 Craven Co NC. Also John Smith, Willis Smith and Malinda Russell. Or, is it possible these are two different Thomas Smiths who are conflated?  Smith, Thomas (I96697)
 
4840 We believe he was born in Hector, Tompkins County, NY. Smith, David Thomas (I64664)
 
4841 We believe his father might be Joshua Smith 1770 - 1821. Born in Uppper Greenwich, Oxford, Sussex County, NJ, died Hector, Tompkins County, NY. Smith, Charles (I64662)
 
4842 we can safely say that Asa Smith is a descendant of John Smith (B:1745). We don't know who his father was; on the 1830 Cocke Co., TN census, there are two women head of households (Martha and Rebecca Smith) with males that could include Asa. These women are probably widows of other sons of John Smith (B:1745). There is no confirmation of this at presesnt. (There is another woman as head of household but the 1850 Cocke Co., TN census shows she was born in SC--this would rule her and his sons out for the John Smith (B:1745) family.-Ray Smith Smith, Asa (I24714)
 
4843 We do not know who/which John Smith this was. Hoping to find a reference somewhere.
Our John Smith died BEFORE his wife, therefore "antes 1783", since she died in December 1783. We have a copy of Frances' will listing living children in 1783 [one daughter deceased].
1784 is date of presentation of Will in court. [Because Frances (Anderson?) Smith's will is so specific, could it be her husband John died without a will?].

It is known that her sons [brothers] William ["Goldmine Billy"] and John Smith were connected to land in the Granviille District of northern North Carolina. [see Samuel Smith and his lineage--that family still owns land there. Was old Samuel an uncle or a cousin?].

My family's story is that one of the Smiths fought in the battle of Plains of Abraham [at Quebec] 1760's? and was awarded land in the Granville District of North Carolina. [I find a William and a John on the tax rolls in the District, but I can make no direct connection].

At the end of the Revolution there was a big controversy over land "belonging to loyalists of the King". The state of North Carolina tried to seize the "Granville District" and a court case ensued. I have indications Our William and John were contestants [loyal Americans]--but by appeals the State of North Carolina took the land. [It appears Willliam "Goldmine Billy" and brother John Smith had hired a lawyer but were on the losing end]. Brother John died circa 1790. "Goldmine Billy" appears to have left VA for Kentucky before mother Frances died. He was one of 7 William Smiths in early tax records of Fayette County KY.  
Smith, William (I19674)
 
4844 We do not know who/which John Smith this was. Hoping to find a reference somewhere.
Our John Smith died BEFORE his wife, therefore "antes 1783", since she died in December 1783. We have a copy of Frances' will listing living children in 1783 [one daughter deceased].
1784 is date of presentation of Will in court. [Because Frances (Anderson?) Smith's will is so specific, could it be her husband John died without a will?].

It is known that her sons [brothers] William ["Goldmine Billy"] and John Smith were connected to land in the Granviille District of northern North Carolina. [see Samuel Smith and his lineage--that family still owns land there. Was old Samuel an uncle or a cousin?].

My family's story is that one of the Smiths fought in the battle of Plains of Abraham [at Quebec] 1760's? and was awarded land in the Granville District of North Carolina. [I find a William and a John on the tax rolls in the District, but I can make no direct connection].

At the end of the Revolution there was a big controversy over land "belonging to loyalists of the King". The state of North Carolina tried to seize the "Granville District" and a court case ensued. I have indications Our William and John were contestants [loyal Americans]--but by appeals the State of North Carolina took the land. [It appears Willliam "Goldmine Billy" and brother John Smith had hired a lawyer but were on the losing end]. Brother John died circa 1790. "Goldmine Billy" appears to have left VA for Kentucky before mother Frances died. He was one of 7 William Smiths in early tax records of Fayette County KY.  
Smith, John (I19672)
 
4845 We have a copy of the will of Richard Smith naming wife Jane, son Clem, son Richard, son Ely, son John. Will was proved Brunswick County court April 22, 1799.
This Richard is supposed to be the son of Richard of Cattail Run property, brother of Edward. But we don't know any of this for sure. I have many records to make sense of from cousin's materials she did before Xerox and internet. Lots of paperwork. She died before getting exact lineage. So many Richard Smiths and Edward Smiths with children of same names.
 
Smith, Clement (I27214)
 
4846 We recently lost our Smith DNA Project YDNA tester for this line. If you are a male Smith descendant of Edward Smith, please consider joining the Smith Official DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA with a YDNA kit. Also known as Edouard Smith/Schmidt Smith, Edward (I34165)
 
4847 Weare, according to the History of Boscawen and Webster NH Family F31844
 
4848 WEbsite has Thomas Smith b 1515 as father,
http://glennesmith.tripod.com/
have also seen William Smith as father.  
Smythe, William (I45463)
 
4849 Website William Byrn Smith Family
http://www.ncgenweb.us/richmond/byrnsmith.htm 
Smith, William Bryn (I21078)
 
4850 Website-Descendants of Aaron Smith
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/o/v/e/Frances-A-Overton/BOOK-0001/0033-0001.html 
Smith, Aaron (I17431)
 

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