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151 This story is true in all details that are under my control - as written by Benjamin William Smith.

My Great Great Grandfather Smith; a Carpenter and painter from Dublin in Ireland. Benjamin Smith married Eliza Powell at Galway in 1835 - were they had 11 children. she in turn was a direct descendent of Lord Walpole, the first Prime Minister of England. Benjamin and Eliza arrived in Australia on the "Hydaspes", or "Hudaspes", owners Shaw Savill and Albion, London, England. Captain - Edward S Babot. Hydaspes 2092 tons. Sailed Plymouth 25/8/11851. and Arriving Adelaide 27/11/1851.





More About BENJAMIN SMITH:

Occupation: Carpenter ,Painter from Dublin.



More About BENJAMIN SMITH and ELIZABETH BARNES:

Marriage: 1821, Galway Ireland



More About BENJAMIN SMITH and ELIZA POWELL:

Marriage: 1835, Killaloe, Galway, IRL 
Family F13657
 
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I13597)
 
153 Thomas, was a wealthy planter and descendant of Thomas Landgrave Smith, a wealthy South Carolina planter and merchant. http://www.carolana.com/NC/Governors/bsmith.html Smith, Thomas (I43486)
 
154 William Smith, born after 1600, died after Jan. 1663/4 and some time before 1670; married Magdalen ___, who married second, by 1670, Capt. Richard Olmstead of Norwalk, Conn.
He was a magistrate at Weymouth, Mass., 1638-43, and was of Rehoboth, Mass., about 1643-51. He settled in Huntington, Long island., where house lots were granted to "William Smith and his son Nehemiah Smith," 11 January 1663/4. Her did not long survive that date, for on 6 September 1670 Magdalen Olmstead of Norwalk, late wife of William Smith of Jamaica, deceased, gave her housing in Jamaica to her sons Wait Smith and Samuel; and Samuel Smith assigned his share to "my brother Wait Smith." The will of Richard Olmstead, made 30 September 1684, gave to Samuel Smith "the bed that was my last wife's."
At Huntington in 1684, Thomas Smith, Joseph Smith, Nehemiah Smith and Wait Smith confirmed land there as children of William Smith now deceased, formerly of Huntington; Daniel Denton and Joseph Smith, Jr., witnessed.
Benjamin Smith of Milford, Conn., at his first marriage there in 1660, was described as son of William Smith of Huntington. It will be noted that Benjamin named sons Samuel, Joseph and Nehemiah; and that his brother Thomas named a son Benjamin.
Thomas Smith, Sr., of Jamaica, in his will in 1689 called himself 62 or 63 years old and referred to Nehemiah Smith as his brother.
Joseph Smith is mentioned in Huntington records, for he took inventory there in 1661, and in 1663 reference is made to a lot "Formerly Joseph Smith's." He appears in Jamaica records, 14 February 1663, and was Townsman there, 22 December 1663. On 14 January 1714, Joseph Smith, Sr., of Jamaica, made an agreement with Nathan, Wait and Caleb Smith of Jamaica, to divide a lot, and Joseph was to have the west side and the other three the east side; in the contemporary index this is called "An Agreement between Joseph Smith and ye sons of Wait Smith." Beneath the agreement is entered a release from Magdalen Smith of Jamaica, stating that "my husband William Smith resigned with her consent the land "that my husband William Smith and my son Joseph Smith bought of Henry Whitney unto my son Joseph Smith afore said." This release was doubtless given before 1670, since Magdalen was still named Smith, and by 1670 she was "Olmstead" and she had died before Olmstead made his will in 1684.
In 1668 Winthrop's Medical Journal mentions Ruth wife of Joseph Smith of Jamaica and calls him brother of "Goody" Higby. Nehemiah Smith called John Carpenter his cousin (nephew), making it likely that Hannah, wife of John2 Carpenter, was daughter of William Smith.

"The American Genealogist" c 1948 - "William Smith of Jamaica" 
Smith, William (I24090)
 
155 [Ancestry.com. West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.] Thomas, James (I77082)
 
156 [was Burlington] Smith, Andrew 'immigrant' the 1st (I17869)
 
157 !

!Harrison Co,WV county records. My Lowther Family by C T Lowther. 
Lowther, William (I01171)
 
158 !

!Overwharton Parish Records, Stafford Co.,VA.
James Stark of Stafford County Virginia and His Descendants Compiled by Mary Kathryn Harris and Mary Iva Jean Jorgensen. 
Stark, Jeremiah (I00156)
 
159 !

!Overwharton Parish Records, Stafford Co.,VA.
Peter`s daughters Nancy and Molly were married in Amelia Co.,VA. 
Knight, Peter Senior (I00176)
 
160 !

!Pioneers of Old Monocacy, Frederick Co.,Md. 1721-1743 by Tracey and Dern. 
Saur, Maria Benedictina (I02869)
 
161 !

!Source-My Lowther Family-by C.T. Lowther. 
Lowther, William (I01212)
 
162 !

!Source-My Lowther Family-by C.T. Lowther. 
Welbury, Eleanor (I01213)
 
163 !

Ancient Families of New Haven,Connecticut by Jacobus.

Arrived in Charlestown,Mass in 1634. 
Charles, Reverend John (I01298)
 
164 !

Northampton Co.,VA Court Records.

Vol 1-Virginia's Eastern Shore by Ralph T. Whitelaw. 
Tilney, Margaret (I02046)
 
165 !

Northampton Co.,VA Court Records.
Vol 1-Virginia's Eastern Shore by Ralph T. Whitelaw. 
Gelding, Eleanor (I01326)
 
166 !
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Samuel died at age 73.
History of Long Island by Thompson, SCW 
Hallett, Samuel (I03076)
 
167 !
Film 22,152 Deed page 161. Estate settlement Bk. A and B, pages 167,168,169, York Co., PA.
Film 387,946, Baptisms, Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, York Co.,PA. 
Funk (I02024)
 
168 !
Film 22,152 Deed page 161. Estate settlement Bk. A and B, pages 167,168,169, York Co., PA.
Film 387,946, Baptisms, Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, York Co.,PA. 
Hay, Adam (I02023)
 
169 !
Film 22,152 Deed page 161. Estate settlement Bk. A and B, pages 167,168,169, York Co., PA.
Film 387,946, Baptisms, Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, York Co.,PA. 
Schultz, Anna Maria (I02016)
 
170 !
Received patent in 1667 for 525 acres on Chesapeake Bay.

Northampton Co.,VA Court Records.

Vol 1-Virginia's Eastern Shore by Ralph T. Whitelaw. 
Elizabeth (I02042)
 
171 ! 1610 Thomas emigrated to Jamestown, VA on ship Swan. Garnett, Thomas (I03510)
 
172 ! 6 Jun 1716. Deed- 4 Mar 1716-Book 7, page 198-99, Richmond Co., Va, Thomas Kendall deed to William and Elizabeth Combs Kendall, all personal estate.
Thomas transported about 24 Aug 1664, went to Lancaster County, VA. Goffs/Goughs quarterly Vol XI, No 3, 1992. 
Goff, Martha (I00375)
 
173 ! Adam`s first wife was Jane Fleming, married 9 Sep 1808. Van Camp, Adam (I00521)
 
174 ! Baltimore County, MD land records Liber 67:191-Liber 71:128; 133; 147; 138.
Robert purchased land in 1716 of 48 acres from Ebenzer Blackstone which he called Green's Lot, this was part of Burnham's Forest. In 1723 Robert purchased 50 acres from Henry Pergoy and wife which he called Green's Purchase (IS,I-folio 128.

Will-Probated 1 Jul 1774 names son Moses to have "Green's purchase"of 50 acres.if he dies land to go to son Solomon. Solomon is willed 48 acres ( probably the same called Green' Lot). The widow is named, Susannah, and another son John. The last two are to be executors. Thje Will is dated 25 January 1750, 24 years brfore he died. ( B3,folio 296) Witnesses are, Samuel Sellors, Bert and John Serjant. These records are from a Microfiche #6018327 Green Family of Baltimore Co., Maryland, Prepared by Margaret E. Hook, Mary Washington Chapter.
Charles Gambrill wrote an account of his life (unpublished) in which he said the Greens came from England to Pennsylvania where they tilled the soil. 
Green, Robert (I03202)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I00006)
 
176 ! Book-Jacob Beyser and Family by Margaret Biser Lebherz.
Hampshire County, WV records. Pleasants County Records. Ritchie County Records. 
Hendrickson, Amy (I00134)
 
177 ! Book-Jacob Beyser and Family by Margaret Biser Lebherz.
Hampshire County, WV records. Pleasants County Records. Ritchie County Records. 
Hendrickson, Charity (I00132)
 
178 ! Book-Jacob Beyser and Family by Margaret Biser Lebherz.
Hampshire County, WV records. Pleasants County Records. Ritchie County Records. 
Hendrickson, Daniel (I00126)
 
179 ! Book-Jacob Beyser and Family by Margaret Biser Lebherz.
Hampshire County, WV records. Pleasants County Records. Ritchie County Records. 
Hendrickson, James (I00130)
 
180 ! Book-Jacob Beyser and Family by Margaret Biser Lebherz.
Hampshire County, WV records. Pleasants County Records. Ritchie County Records. 
Hendrickson, John (I00131)
 
181 ! Book-Jacob Beyser and Family by Margaret Biser Lebherz.
Hampshire County, WV records. Pleasants County Records. Ritchie County Records. 
Hendrickson, Mary (I00133)
 
182 ! Book-Jacob Beyser and Family by Margaret Biser Lebherz.
Hampshire County, WV records. Pleasants County Records. Ritchie County Records. Buried in Hepzibah Cemetery, Harrison Co, WV. 
Hendrickson, Amariah (I00128)
 
183 ! Burial: Addison Borough Cemetery, Addison Twp, Somerset co. PA. Augustine, Peter Junior (I00785)
 
184 ! Burial: Grossnickel Church of the Brethern Cemetery Grossnickel, Christina (I03464)
 
185 ! Burial: Horner Luthern & Mt Taber Ref Cemetery, Somerset Co, PA Barnett, George (I00794)
 
186 ! Burial: Horner Luthern & Mt Taber Ref Cemetery, Somerset Co, PA Boyer, Mary (Polly ) (I00783)
 
187 ! Came from Holland about 1660. Van Campen, Gerret Jansen (I00575)
 
188 ! Colonial Militia in Ulster Co., NY, 1660-1661.
Kingston NY Marriages.
Jacobus Jansen Van Etten by Eva A. Scott.(Book)
Decker Genealogy by Decker. 
Decker, Jan Broersen (I00577)
 
189 ! Cornelius Wynkoop`s Will- Vol 4, Liber 16, page 177.
Tina Dunaway Medcalf Genealogy Sheet. 
DuPue(Depuy), Moses (I00649)
 
190 ! Descendants From First 79 Early Immigrants by Elston.
Records of Old Dutch Church- New York Genealogical Society.
Ropemaker. Came to Albany about 1654. 
Van Garden, Albert Gysbertse (I00620)
 
191 ! Descendants From First 79 Early Immigrants by Elston.
Records of Old Dutch Church- New York Genealogical Society. 
Van Garden, Gysbert Albertse (I00594)
 
192 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I00005)
 
193 ! In 1810 census with wife Pendleton Co, VA. Adam is alone in 1830 census age 60-70.have not found any record of children. Moats, Adam (I01291)
 
194 ! India was age 53 yrs 2 months 27 days when she died. Waggoner, India M (I00015)
 
195 ! Isaac's Will- 4 March 1797, proved 2 Aug. 1800, Baltimore Co, MD Volume 6:277. gives son Shadrack 5 shillings, having given him estates, his son Isaac was to have his fulling mill. His sons, Meshack, Abednego and Isaac were to divide equally his dwelling Plantation of 95 acres , except the fulling mill. He named his 4 daughters, Hannah Ligit, Temperance Stevens, Jemima Stevens and Belily Tibbit. Executers were son Isaac and Walter Tabbett.

Baltimore Co, MD land records- Liber WG # 71, folio 340- WG # 70, folio 343- Liber AL # 1, folio 262. 
Senior, Isaac Green (I03189)
 
196 ! It is a family tradition that Stephen dreamed that he had been scalped by Indians, and it made such an impression upon him that he was determined to leave the county and return East but before he could do so his dream came true. (Source):History of Harrison County)

James and Stephen served in Captain William Nall's Company of Volunteers in the Augusta County Regiment during "Lord Dunmore's Warin 1774. The Regiment was commanded by Colonel Charles Lewis, under General Andrew Lewis. The Division left Camp Union in September 1774 and proceed to the Ohio River on which, at the mouth of the Great Kanawha , on Monday, October 10. 1774 it engaged in the Battle of Point Pleasant, the most desperate struggle ever waged between white men and Indians in America.(The Soldiery of West Virginia. Edited and published by Jim Comstock).

Stephen and James served in the Revolutionary Army Infantry under their brother Charles in 1777. 
Washburn, Stephen (I00867)
 
197 ! Jakob Dorner History Kerth, Johann Konrad (I02893)
 
198 ! John and Mary were married at St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore, MD.
Baltimore County, MD land records Liber B # N, folio 141.
Baltimore County, MD land records Liber B # L, folio 122. 
Family F01230
 
199 ! John H and family listed in 1850 thru 1880 Censuses in Holmes County, Ohio. Smith, John H (I03175)
 
200 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I00008)
 

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