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Some descendants of Henry Smith and Thomas Birchard

Howard B. Smith

Some descendants of Henry Smith and Thomas Birchard

who came to America about 1635

by Howard B. Smith

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Published by [s.n.] in Omaha, Neb .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled and arranged by Howard B. Smith.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 87/5187 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination111 p
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2341178M
LC Control Number86234091

By general vote of the town, Henry Smith, Thomas Cooper, Samuel Chapin, Richard Sikes, & Henry Burt were elected Selectmen with power "to order in all the prudential affaires of the Towne, to prevent anythnge they shall judge to be to the dammage of the Towne or to ordr anything they shall judge to be for the good of the Towne: and in these. HENRY SMITH was born about Henry Smith married Winifred Holt. He was a Baptist preacher. They moved with some family members to Campbell County, Kentucky. In August Richard Holt gave a Negro named Frank to his daughter Winifred (Holt) Smith, wife of Henry Smith.

Robert Wade Jr. died about in Windham when Jonathan Ginnings and Robert Cross, his brother-in-laws, informed the court that Robert died much in debt and appealed to the court to be allowed to sell some of his lands for payment of his debts and to relieve his family (Colonial Records of Connecticut ).Children: Susanna Jennings, Mary Crane Cross, Robert Wade, Jr., Elizabeth Wade. African American Genealogy: Finding Descendants of 2nd Great Uncle, Henry Smith of Laurens County, SC. African American genealogy is not easy. Having an enslaved family makes it so difficult to trace your family, but I have been blessed to discover that they my family knew branches of the family back then.

Tombstone Inscriptions in Mallow bearing the Nagle name. An index of tombstone inscriptions in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mallow, Co. Cork, Ireland, shows the following: #40 Sacred to the memory of Mary-Ann, Daughter of Owen O'Callaghan of this town, she died on the 6th Novbe Aged 63 years. May she rest in peace. She firstly married Pierce Nagle of Annakissy who died in some Richardson stones have more than one name on them. Smith, Thomas Harold age 67 ApMa Wife Cora Mae Sears. Parents Henry Smith and Viney Keeton. Have conflict in dates or 2 Thomas Harold Smiths/ Thomas Ap Ma Smith, Melviney Keeton October 6, Septem Wife of William.


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This genealogy is a study in the old world as well as the new. Extensive references have been given, countless books have been consulted, nearly all procured from New England Historical and Genealogical Society, and to "Colonial Families," compiled by /5(62).

1 Descendants of Henry Smith Generation No. 1 1. HENRY1 SMITH was born in Possibly in Stafford, Virginia1,2, and died Bet. and in Stafford, married SARAH CROSBYdaughter of DANIEL CROSBY and MARY was born Abt.and died Aft.

Notes for HENRY SMITH: Southern Genealogies lists Henry's birth as. DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN THOMAS HEWITT OF STONINGTON, CONN. Compiled by Virginia Hewitt Watterson, Found in the Joseph Smith Library, Salt Lake City, Ut.

Page They resided in North Stonington where Henry was a wagon maker. VITAL RECORDS OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., Book 1, page Family tree book, genealogical and biographical, listing the relatives of General William Alexander Smith and of W.

Thomas Smith / ([Evansville, Ind.]: W. Smith, Collections relating to Henry Smith, esq., some time alderman of London: the estates by him given to charitable uses; and the trustees appointed by him. The Smith genealogy: being an account of some of the descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Smith of Dedham and Medfield, Massachusetts,and an account of some related families, by Napoli, Marjorie Little, Pages: The book was written by James Pleasant, uncle of the child, with the corroboration of his brother Henry Vance.

The copyright of the tract was signed over to Henry Vance and the proceeds of its sale were intended for the Vance family.

It included. Hard copies of the book are available in the Hayes Library. GEORGE HAYES of Windsor, CT (d. Simsbury, CT, September 2, ) m (1) Sarah (d. Windsor, CT, Ma ) Children: George (b.

Ma ; d. April 3, ) m (2) Abigail Dibble. Rev. Henry Smith [] b, Norwich, England d, Wethersfield CT Dorothy Cotton [] d, Hadley MA wife of Rev. Henry Smith. Table of Contents. Record of Mrs. Susannah Alden / Ralph Allen of Newport, R. and Some of His N.J.

The Will of John Banister of Newport, R. Roger Billings of Milton, Mass., and Some of His Descendants [and] William Billings of Providence, R. Mary, Second Wife of Jeremiah Brown (Chad) of Newport, R. 1 alexander smith and his descendants page 4 james smith and the henry connection page o.

5 nicholas smith history page 6 peter smith history page 7 thomas smith and the davis connection page o7. 8 the argumentation of sir thomas smith and alice. The Smith Genealogy being an account of some of the descendants of Henry and Elizabeth Smith of Dedham and Medfield, Massachusetts, and an account of some related families on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Academy Books.

This page is a list of the European colonists and/or immigrants who came to America, who have ancestry that can be traced to the Emperor Charlemagne.

(For a worldwide list, see Project Charlemagne.) A Robert Abel (c), Dannett Abney (/bet/), Daniel Adams (), President John Quincy Adams (), Lt. Col. John Allyn (c. SMITH Rev. Henry Smith, immigrant ancestor, was born in England, innear Norfolk.

He came to America inand settled in Wethersfield, Connecticut, in He is thought to have married twice, but the name of his first wife is not known. The name of his second wife was Dorothy, sister of Rev. John Cotton, of en: Joanna Russell, Samuel Smith, Dorothy Moore, Ann Hawley Groves, Elizabeth Smith.

dants of Job Elbert Wilder Smith Smit Smith Family. South Carolina Slaveholders, N-Z. The search for enslaved ancestors requires research in the records of slaveholding families.

In order to identify records of interest, you must first examine the genealogy of slaveholding families. The search for enslaved ancestors requires research in the records of slaveholding families. Thomas Henry Smith, 62, of Walnutport, passed away on Friday, April 3, Thomas was born on Janu in Allentown to the late David Lee and Elizabeth A.

(Heffner) Smith. Thomas owned and oLocation: Bethlehem. Holcombe Family Genealogy Welcome to the Holcombe Family Genealogy home page where we post the genealogies of the descendants of Thomas Holcombeand related families.

In addition we will keep information on the unverified ancestors of Thomas in hopes that we might promote research that will verify his ancestry.

Re: Col. John Smith of Virginia (Rev. War) Posted by: Elizabeth, [email protected] J In Reply to: Re: Col. John Smith of Virginia (Rev. War) by Robert L. Perry was born in in England, settled with his parents in Province of Ulster, Ireland. is said to have been an officer of the British army and married in Margaret___; immigrated to America about Children: Levisa Bowen, James Jordan Smith, Col.

Daniel Smith, Jonathan Smith, Patrick Smith.Fifth Generation. Daniel L. CLIFTON [37] (Edm Le George 2, Thomas 1) was born in in Sussex County, Delaware and died on Febru in Old Town, Kentucky at age Noted events in his life were: Tax List:Grant County, Kentucky.