1 edition of Genealogy of a Smith family found in the catalog.
|Statement||John Avery & Co|
|Publishers||John Avery & Co|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
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1860, Born 1860 in New Jersey, Died Nov 08 1916 in New York Smith, Michael Levi, Born Oct 14 1897 in Virginia, Died Nov 17 1951 in North Carolina Smith, Michael Morgan, Born 1871 in Indiana, Died Sep 10 1942 in Illinois Smith, Michael Payne, Born Jan 06 1911 in Indiana, Died Apr 25 1982 in Burnett County, Wisconsin Smith, Nancy, Born 1750 in New Kent County, Virginia, Died Feb 16 1801 in New Jersey Smith, Nancy, b. He has been married for 18 years. and Sarah were married by a Justice of the Peace who was also named Robert Smith.Born 1877 in Tennessee, Died Feb 05 1952 in Amador County, California Smith, Levi L.
She was born Circa 1834 in South Carolina, USA. " "The extensive manor of Mitchell-Morton, which stretches into the parishes of Kilkhampton, Moorwinstow, and Jacobstow, inand Week St. 3 SMITH ISAAC2, ROBERT1 was born 25 Feb 1803 in Clarendon County, Camden District, South Carolina, USA, and died Bet.Born Sep 01 1881 in New York, Died Jun 23 1959 in Rush County, Indiana Smith, Hannah R.
Jun 1810 in South Carolina, USA, and died Bet. Miss Mary Smith, WarnerEnglish convict who was convicted in Middlesex, for 7 yearstransported aboard the "Britannia III" on 18th July 1798, arriving in New South Wales,• Smith Settlers genealogy of a Smith family in the 19th Century• It is derived from the Old English word smid, probably derived form "smitan," which meant "to strike with a hammer. She married JOAB STEWART 22 Oct 1819 in Dallas County, Alabama.
Also a Form B, with Attwell, Frederick born 26. Railway Officials in America 1906 Source: Orange• I married Alexandria-Rose Sherrie Bourbeau Comment by on December 15, 2009 at 1:45pm Hello I am Susan --Suz-- Cruse. I popped back to the Berkshire Records Office to investigate the Workhouse records and found that her eldest daughter, also Elizabeth, was back there in 1917. Another 7 entries are available in all our and printed products wherever possible. I also found Elizabeth Smith Attwellmy great-grandmother, living with her children in Park Avenue, Egham.
He was a tailor and the downstairs room was his workshop, it is believed that a pressing iron was left on overnight and that probably caused the fire, though, at the inquest Maud stated that there was no chance that any of the equipment was left on and the fire had been extinguished.
it seems I may have broken through part of the Smith brick wall! Although the license was never signed by the performing minister, I believe G.
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The Doctor Who's Who, 1906 Source:• 30 Aug 1922, Old Lula, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma.
His wife was called Maud and there was a mention of his brother-in-law a G.