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4951 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)
 
4952 Walter told Elizabeth Gail that they had to elope because Mabel’s father didn’t want him to marry Mabel. Family F24
 
4953 War of 1812
soldier: Smith, Tobias
widow: Smith, Rebecca
Service: Capt Roger's Co.,LA Mil 
Smith, Tobias (I48468)
 
4954 War Vet War 1812 Smith, Daniel (I35754)
 
4955 Warren Co TN 1836 Tax List
Ericus Smith 250
Andrew Smith 1
David Smith 1 
Smith, Ericus III (I39580)
 
4956 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)
 
4957 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)
 
4958 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)
 
4959 was a drunk and abusive. He died many years after their divorce - a bum right there on Main Street. Hoover, John William (I80228)
 
4960 Was a Six Nations Chief and official Interpreter.  (I48012)
 
4961 was in Powhatan Co VA in 1783 Smith, Childers (I26223)
 
4962 Was in Washington Co AR by 1834 Family F15445
 
4963 Was Isaac Smith III?  Smith, Isaac (I59099)
 
4964 was maiden name Carter?
Was she in 1880 Indian Creek Township, Monroe, IN in household of Sexsan Long, with mother Sarah Carpenter, great niece?  
Edmonds, Mary M (I109757)
 
4965 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)
 
4966 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)
 
4967 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)
 
4968 We believe he was born in Hector, Tompkins County, NY. Smith, David Thomas (I64664)
 
4969 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)
 
4970 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)
 
4971 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)
 
4972 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)
 
4973 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)
 
4974 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)
 
4975 Weare, according to the History of Boscawen and Webster NH Family F31844
 
4976 WEbsite has Thomas Smith b 1515 as father,
http://glennesmith.tripod.com/
have also seen William Smith as father.  
Smythe, William (I45463)
 
4977 Website William Byrn Smith Family
http://www.ncgenweb.us/richmond/byrnsmith.htm 
Smith, William Bryn (I21078)
 
4978 Website-Descendants of Aaron Smith
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/o/v/e/Frances-A-Overton/BOOK-0001/0033-0001.html 
Smith, Aaron (I17431)
 
4979 Website: http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ja7smith/Genealogy_of_Nathan_Smith_2.html#BenjaminThomasSmithSr.1871_ofIsham

Nathan Smith1 (Born abt. 1731 in North Carolina / Died in GA around 1810, most likely Franklin Co.). He married Ann Smith (b. abt. 1733) abt. 1750 in North Carolina.

More about Nathan Smith:

Nathan was found in the 1790 Federal Census of Moore Co. NC on page 4.
Cumberland NC Deed Book 4-435, 20 Jul 1771 NATHAN SMITH, and ANN SMITH his wife, planter of Cumberland co. to Levi Pennington, Sr of Cumberland co., 45pds, land in Cumberland co. on Richland Creek branch of McClendon's Creek. s/ NATHAN SMITH, ANN SMITH w/ John Stephens, Isaac Pennington.

Cumberland NC Deed Book 4-428, 29 Jan 1772 Deed: Daniel Munroe and John Clark to Malcolm Smith proved by Thomas Dobbins. Sander McKay appointed road overseer from Little River Bridge to his house at the ______ road. To work road, Robert Smith. NATHAN SMITH and wife ANN SMITH to Levi Pennington, Sr. - proved by John Stephens

Cumberland NC Deed Book 6-279, 25 Oct 1774. Deed: Jesse Ritter to NATHAN SMITH proved by William Manes. Deed: ??????? Sanders to Richard Smith proved by John Smith.
This is a web site that has a record of Nathan Smith paying his land taxes to King George in VA - 1792: http://freepages.misc.rootsweb.com/~vataxlists/KingGeorge/1792Personal/05.jpg
The following is a History of the Smith Family written by Sharon Smith Logan. Her mother's maiden name was Wofford.



NATHAN SMITH SETTLEMENT


Stephen Smith was in all probability the son of Isham Smith who was born about 1760, North Carolina. In the 1790 Census of North Carolina, an Isham Smith appears in Montgomery County and an Everitt (Averitt) Smith appears in Moore County (Moore and Montgomery are adjoining counties), North Carolina. Smiths with the Christian names of Everitt, Stephen, and Isham appear early in Lawrence and Franklin Counties, Mississippi. The Smiths migrated from North Carolina to the Nathan Smith Settlement prior to 1800 to what they thought was Franklin County, Georgia but later was deemed to be Cherokee lands. The Cherokees complained that the Nathan Smith Settlement was on their land. An Indian agent by the name of Benjamin Hawkins from Washington D. C. was sent to Georgia to determine who was right, the settlement or the Indians; he decided in favor of the Indians. The land dispute went on for many years and the settlers became discouraged and sold their lands "warranted against all but the Indian Claims". The Smiths migrated in the early 1800's, to Fair River, Bahala, Bogue Chitto, and McCall creek areas of old Lawrence and Franklin counties, Mississippi.

In "The First Settlers" in what is now Habersham County, taken from the Lavonia Times and Gauge, February 23, 1934, the following excerpt is cited:
"The first settlers of what is now Habersham County were those settlers of Franklin County, whose lands were granted by the State of Georgia between 1783 and 1788, lay north of the Indian Boundary fixed by the treaty of 1785. These lands were granted under the impression that they lay south of the agreed boundary line. When this line was surveyed, it was found that these lands lay north of the boundary line and in the Cherokee Nation, the Indians demanded their immediate removal. In 1798, these settlers petitioned Governor James Jackson to have the line re-run or to take such other action that would protect them in the possession of their homes. This resulted in the "Four Mile Purchase" of 1804, when the Indians ceded a strip of land four miles wide and twenty miles long which included these lands. This strip of land was then added to Franklin County, but now lies in Banks and Habersham Counties. Those who signed the petition were: Phillip Thomas, John Thomas, William Thomas, Phillip Thomas, Jr., Abednego Downing, George Waters, Levi Taylor, James Huitt, Joseph Dunnegame, E. Dunnegame, Moses Terel (probably Terrell), John Little, William Alexander Ramsey, Jesse Austin, Thomas Ketrim, Thomas Lean, Equila McCrackin, (torn) McCrackin (probably James), (torn) Halcom (probably Moses), George Hopper, William Weatherspoons, Hugh Hartgrove, Benjamin Wofford,* Nathaniel Wofford, Richard Burkes, Richard Lay, Nicolas Smith, Nathan Smith, Oen Carpenter (probably Owen), James Minnerd (probably Minyard), Nicholas Nuton (probably Newton), Stephen Smith, Lewis Dickerson, Joseph Halcom, John Parker, John Ratley, Thomas Warren, Robert Shipley, John Shipley, Nathaniel Shipley, William Little." In the Georgia Genealogist, under Franklin County, Wofford Settlement appears the following: ". . . Col. Meigs further reported settlers left outside the Hawkins line around other forts:

Isham Smith, John Smith, Adam Sheffield, James Keys, Joseph Shelton, Samuel Spencer, William Spencer, Richard Jacks, John Huitt, Jacob Hollingsworth, Moses Alfred, William Smith, Averitt Smith, James Brown, Temple Carpenter, John Warren, James Hamilton, Nimrod House, James Alfred, Thomas Bullen, ` William Newton, ____ Snow, Asa Walker, Morgan Guest, George Morgan, Reuben Warren".

Of the above names found in Nathan Smith's Settlement, the following relocated to Mississippi: Nathan Smith - Franklin County, Nicholas Smith - Franklin County, Owen Carpenter,* Lawrence County, Isham Smith - Lawrence County, Asa Walker - Lawrence County, Temple Carpenter - Lawrence County, William Newton - Lawrence County, Morgan Guest - Lawrence County, and Averitt/Everitt Smith - Lawrence County.
It appears from the above transcripts that the Smith land was reclaimed by the Cherokee Nation and that the Smiths then migrated to Lawrence Mississippi prior to 1813. In the 1813 Tax Roll of Marion County (note: Lawrence County was formed from Marion in 1814), Isham Smith, Sr. is shown with a lot in Monticello with no poll taken. Persons exempt from poll taxes were over 50 years of age, thus the estimate that Isham Smith, Sr. was born about 1760.


Owen Carpenter married Sarah Smith, daughter of Nathan. Temple Carpenter is Owen’s father. Jacob Hollingsworth marries into our family later on.

Rass Wicker, in a footnote in one of his abstact publications of old records of Moore Co. NC, mentions that Nathan Smith lived up on Cabin Creek while Nicholas and Stephen lived south of the Lower Little River near the Old Yadkin Road. He believed, as I do, that NATHAN was Stephen's father and NICHOLAS was his grandfather.


A. Children of Nathan Smith and Ann Smith
+ 2. i. Everett Smith (b. 1751 in Moore Co., NC
+ 3. ii. Nicholas Smith (b. 1758 in Moore Co., NC)
+ 4. iii. Isham Smith (b. 1760 in Cumberland Co., NC) (d. 1840 in MS)
+ 5. iv. Stephen Smith (b. 1762 in NC) (d. 1846 in Lawrence Co., MS)
+ 6. v. William Smith (b. 26 Feb 1763 in NC)
+ 7. vi. Sarah Rachel Smith (b. 1765 in NC) (d. in MS)
 
Smith, Nathan (I14953)
 
4980 Webster took over Smith farm in Grant District, outside Morgantown and raised his children there. The Smith Cemetery contains the graves of JW Smith, his wife Elizabeth Arthelia Brown Smith, Elza Elwood, Rachel Y., Susannah, Elizabeth Margaret and several infants. Smith, Webster Wellington (I2715)
 
4981 Wedding of Alonzo Smith and Lena Hughes
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=97d8c697-11be-455b-a96d-8a7d08e47559&tid=1238075&pid=45 
Hendrickson, Zachariah (I00129)
 
4982 Wedding of Alonzo Smith and Lena Hughes
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=97d8c697-11be-455b-a96d-8a7d08e47559&tid=1238075&pid=45 
Hughes, Lena (I00045)
 
4983 went to Barre, VT Smith, Jeremiah (I103192)
 
4984 went to Maury Co TN about 1820. children: Milly, Susanna, William, Lucy, John, Stephen Smith, Robert, Ashley Family F15407
 
4985 went west Family F14028
 
4986 West Goodrich Smith was a native of SC bur resided in Newton Co, GA Family F16872
 
4987 West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 about Joseph W Smith
Name: Joseph W Smith
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Faye Smith
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 1914
Marriage Place: Mcdowell, West Virginia, United States 
Family F6495
 
4988 West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 about Wilson W Smith
Name: Wilson W Smith
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Eliza J Comer
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 1878
Marriage Place: Mercer 
Family F6044
 
4989 What we know for sure is that he was was born in 1900 and adopted in 1906 by the Samuel Johnston family of Landsdowne, Ontario Canada. the surname of smith is popping up on our search  Smith, Unknown (I99247)
 
4990 When my great-great grandmother Smith and her husband Billy Branham Smith moved into their new cabin which he had built in the Eastern hills of Kentucky, the door had not yet been installed. As a new bride, she had woven a coverlet to take to her new home and had hung it over the opening as a temporary door. Late on the same day they had moved their few possessions into their new cabin, my grandmother went to a nearby spring for water. While bending over for the water, she heard a loud hissing sound. Looking up where the water was running over the rocks, she saw a big cat. Dropping the bucket, she ran as fast as she could for the cabin door. Just as she entered the door with the coverlet hanging over it, the panther hit the coverlet, hissing and clawing at it. Suddenly, the cat gave a loud scream and left; otherwise I might not be here to write this today.

By Edna Hines Osborne 
Childers, Elizabeth (I50459)
 
4991 When she was eighteen, her parents brought her to Miami. (born 1902, that would be circa 1920) Smith, Catherine Elizabeth (I5201)
 
4992 While researching trees I found a Joseph Smith(b.1611)(d.1699) m. Jane Cowper as IDs I8409 & I8356 not attached to any kits. Your Group R M269-2 is the group that goes with Joseph Smith(b.1611).
Here is what I found:
0.Joseph Smith(b.1611Eng)(d.1699Va) & Jane Cowper
1.Alexander Smith(b.1631Eng)(d.1696VA) & Mary Ann Cocke
(b.1635)(d.1630Eng)
1.John Smith(b.1632Va)(d.1669Va)
1.Jochabed Smith(b.1642Va)(d.1698Va)

You can attach Joseph to that Group.

Thanks,
Jeff Smith (Kit ***218 and my family just lived near to thse Smiths) 
Family F3299
 
4993 While yet a young man he bought the place of Ebenezer Fletcher, the largest house in Smith Village, situated just north of the bridge, and made it his home for the rest of his life. For more than twenty years he had a thriving country store in the same building. He was a prominent citizen in many respects, as is evidenced by the village coming to be known by his name, which is still perpetuated in the post office established long after his death. He was selectman for fifteen years, town treasurer eighteen years, and representative four years. He had an interest in military affairs and rose to the rank of colonel in the militia.-History of New Ipswich NH 1735-1914 Smith, Jeremiah (I16041)
 
4994 who are the parents of these kids?
Written in the census says "Orphans". john, Wm H, Parmelia, James born in Alabama, Thomas 4, in Louisiana 
Family F689
 
4995 Who is the Nicholas Smith b 1777 of NY living with J L Smith in 1860 in Westfield, Medina, OH?  Family F30497
 
4996 widow Smith, Ruhl (I51678)
 
4997 widow Family F10439
 
4998 Widow Johnson Family F6729
 
4999 widow Nancy Smith was living with her youngest son George W. Smith; she was probably in her 80s rather than 90+ Family F12034
 
5000 widowed mother Rebecca and older brother James Smith gave consent Family F975
 

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