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Reverend John Smith b 1620 ENG m Susannah Hinckley
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Reverend John Smith b 1620 ENG m Susannah Hinckley

Rev. John Smith was one of the most interesting characters in Plymouth Colony History, where he appeared as a settler of Barnstable, 1630. In a deposition given by himself in 1651, he alleged that he was the son of THOMAS SMITH of Brinspittell, an old village just a few miles from Dorchester, England, and that he was b. there in 1614 and came to New England in 1630. There was a close relationship between him and Elder John Chipman of Barnstable (also our ancestor), who came from the same place in England and became his neighbor in New England, the families also intermarrying in succeeding generations. There is every indication of a relationship to both John and Richard Smith, first at Taunton, Mass., and also to a Richard Smith, wife Eleanor and sons, Richard and Thomas, who neighbored with Rev. John Smith subsequent to the first settlement of Woodbridge, New Jersey. Rev. John Smith was made freeman at Barnstable, 1640, joined the first church of Barnstable, 10-13-1640, of which Rev. John Lathrop was pastor; in 1643 he was a Member of Lieutenant Thomas Dimmock's Company, of Militia at Barnstable; Deputy to the General Court, 1656-1657. Called "of the Church of the Puritans," he asked for a repeal of the "Law Against the Quakers" in 1659. In 1657 he obtained official permission to frequent Quaker meetings. Where he acquired his ministerial training does not appear. In 1663 he succeeded Rev. William Sargent as pastor of the Barnstable Church. He and his father-in-law, Samuel Hinckley, were strong friends to the Quakers, but too liberal for the times. Dissensions arose and Rev. John Smith gave up his labors and removed to Long Island between 1663 and 1667, for in the latter year he was among the settlers of East Jersey, and named as one of the original associates, who received grants of land under the concessions of the proprietors and Governor Carteret's plans for colonization. "Piscataway was settled under grant, dated Dec. 18, 1666, the grantees being John Martin, Charles Gilman, High Dun, and Hopewell Hull, and on 5-30-1668, Robert Dennis, John Smith, John Gilman and Benjamin Hull were announced associates."
John Smith, however, settled at Woodbridge about 1670, receiving a grant of 512 acres there. In the "Association Agreement" he is called "John Smith of Barnstaple." In New Jersey he was not a "pastor". In the records he always as "John Smith, the mill-right", to distinguish him from contemporaneous "John Smith, the Scotchman",and sometines "the wheel-wright" or "meal-man". At one time he ws proprietor of Auchter Kull, now Perth Amboy. He was the leading man of Woodbridge, if comparisons are justified. He aided in building the church and supporting the minister, was constable in 1669; Member of New Jersey Assembly; Town Clerk; Moderator, 1671; Assistant, 1670-71; agai Member of New Jersey Assembly; 1671-72, Justice. However the old associations of Barnstable evidently called hin, for he returned and in 1675 he was there again and made pastor of the Church in Sandwich. In 1688, at his own requewt his pastorate terminated, being them aged 74. In the church records appears an entry, "Mr. John Smith died Oct. 2 171-"(last figure obliterated, but probably 1710, i.e., age 96. The proof that Rev. John Smith of Barnstable and Sandwich and John Smith of Woodbridge were one and the same lies in a deed of exchange dated 2-26-1677, of his property in Woodbridge for other, with Nathaniel Fitz Randolph of Barnstable, and in the deed he is called both "John Smith of Sandwich" and "John Smith, Millwright'. In 1642, he was betrothed to Susanna Hinckley, bapt. 11-6-1625 at Tenterdan, Co. Kent, England, daughter of Samuel Hinckley and wife Sarah. They were married 6-13-1643 and had 13 children.- "Colonial Families of the United States"

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Matched Group Early Ancestor Tree/Ped/m/Y/X/FF(Aut)Type Migration Path
GRP-R-M269-60 Andrew Smith b 1796 NY m Betsy Bryson Nesmith    Branch b2nEV917035912/ YDNA  NY>AL
GRP-R-M269-60 Andrew Smith b 1796 NY m Betsy Bryson Nesmith    Branch zRd6Ak18105654(FTD)/FF/AUT 
GRP-R-M269-60 Elihu Smith b 1815 NY m Mary A                                        Branch GRP-R-M269-60-2(FTD)/ YDNA  NY>AR
GRP-R-M269-60 James F Smith b c 1790 NJ    Branch vAnBfghYbi713(FTD)/ YDNA  NJ>IN
GRP-R-M269-60 John (Rev) Smith b 1620 ENG m Susannah Hinckley    Branch k3RYF0AC1D713(FTD)/FF/AUT  ENG>MA
GRP-R-M269-60 John Smith (Rev) b 1620 Eng m Susannah Hinckley (2 Joseph 3 David)    Branch GRP-R-M269-60-1(FTD)/ YDNA  ENG>MA>MA
GRP-R-M269-60 John Smith (Rev) b 1620 Eng m Susannah Hinckley (2 Samuel 3 Benjamin) Group Contact    Branch GRP-R-M269-60-01(FTD)/ YDNA  ENG>MA>NJ
GRP-R-M269-60 John Smith (Rev) b 1620 Eng m Susannah Hinckley (2 Samuel 3 Samuel)    Branch GRP-R-M269-60-10(FTD)/ YDNA  ENG>MA>NJ
GRP-R-M269-60 John Smith (Rev) b 1620 ENG m Susannah Hinckley (2 Samuel 3 Samuel)    Branch GRP-R-M269-60-3(FTD)/ YDNA  ENG>MA
GRP-R-M269-60 John Smith m Susannah Hinckley (2 Joseph 3 David)    Branch 918FGS18035621(FTD)/Tree Only
GRP-R-M269-60 Rev John Smith b 1620 Eng m S Hinckley (2 Samuel 3 Benjamin 4 John)    Branch 3tPcOf17080425/ YDNA  ENG > MA > NJ > ON
GRP-R-M269-60 Unknown                                            Branch UrwBjN17032948/ YDNA 
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LEGEND:
This chart, for privacy reasons, does not show kit numbers. Each unique family line is represented by a *branch*. Think of one big tree with many branches. The branch number is automatically generated when a member sends his or her tree. The Smith DNA Project looks to see if the lineage is already represented or is new, as well as checks to see if the DNA results are compatible with any existing and matching line results. The YDNA, FFAUT, mtDNA, or Tree Only shows what type of DNA, if any, the member has tested for.
Groupings based on at least 37 matching YDNA markers, subject to change if better match found;autosomal, mtDNA and tree-only are assumed to be related but we still suggest that, if possible the autosomal tester, etc, find a Smith YDNA tester of a particular line to test to be sure.
To see more information on a given *branch, click the branch description (ie, "John Smith b 1767 NC") etc.
Contacting a participant. Use the contact information, above. if the member is registered on this site, you may send a private message. You will also need to be registered and logged on. You can also go to a given ancestor page, and post a query to the forum which will also post to that ancestor's page. Post a question regarding the line on the Smiths DNA Facebook group. If on FamilyTreeDNA, look up the match list and click on the email icon for a given matching kit. Post a comment on the guestbook.
The section with Tree/Ped/m/x/Y/FF(Aut) shows the top tree line and pedigree if known, and what the YDNA, mtDNA, X line would look like-does not necessarily mean the person has done a particular test- column 2 shows the test taken Groupings based on YDNA; mtDNA and FF/Aut are assumed to match based on tree; suggest those kits find a Smith male in line to YDNA compare. If you are a male Smith that did an autosomal test (Family Finder/Ancestry) and you are grouped with others, we strongly suggest you do a YDNA test as well.
A mail icon indicates that this person has registered on smithsworldwide.org, the registration has been tied to a branch, and he or she can be contacted by clicking the mail icon and sending a private message. The private message will also send an email. If the member is also a group contact for the group, there will be a "Group Contact" indication as well.
A icon indicates the line representative has not registered on this site and cannot be contacted through private message or email. If you are represented here and you are not registered, please register and be sure to include your kit number so we can look you up and tie you to your branch. You can then be directly contaeted from this site.


For the Smith Official DNA Project (All Locations) a minimum of 25, or better, 37 YDNA markers, is strongly recommended. Many times one can appear to match other kits but the match falls apart after 12 markers. We do not attempt to match kits into groups on less than 25 with the exception of a strong paper trail or known family kinship with another tester.

 

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