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5051 Smith was born in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, on September 10, 1792. He served in the War of 1812, the Creek Indian Wars, and served as a lieutenant under Andrew Jackson in the battle of New Orleans. From 1819 until 1835, he fought in the Tennessee militia alongside Sam Houston, where he reached the rank of Colonel. In 1835, he moved to Texas, where he established a plantation in Nacogdoches, Texas. On April 11, 1836, Smith joined the revolutionary army as captain of the cavalry of the Nacogdoches Mounted Volunteers. After his victory at the Battle of San Jacinto, he received a promotion to inspector general by General Thomas J. Rusk.

Smith commanded the second battalion of Rusk's regiments at the Battle of the Neches. On March 7, 1840, he was promoted to brigadier general, where he took command of the Third Brigade on the northwest frontier of Mexico.

Smith represented Rusk County, Texas in the Texas House of Representatives from February 16, 1846, until December 13, 1847. He was instrumental in the establishment of Smith County, Texas, named in his honor. Smith also donated the land that Henderson, Texas was built on.[1]

Smith is buried at Smith Park, on the corner of S. Main and Jacksonville Dr., in Henderson
From Wikipedia James Smith Texas General  
Family F20370
 
5052 Smith Wills Deeds and Family Histories shows Mary Warner, daughter of Augustine Warner (cousin) Bernard, Anna (I19556)
 
5053 Smith Wills Deeds and Family Histories has wife as mary Hitchen p 432 m 28 Sep 1651 in Burnley Parish, otherwise have seen as Debnam, no source Hitchen, Mary (I27098)
 
5054 Smith Wills Deeds-Cheek believes that this is the Christopher Smith who is the father of Christopher Smith's orphans p 449 Smith, Christopher (I65388)
 
5055 Smith Wills Deeds-Cheek believes that this is the Christopher Smith who is the father of Christopher Smith's orphans p 449 Smith, Christopher (I65388)
 
5056 Smith Wills, Deeds and Family Histories (Cheek) p 438 "John Smith of Shooters HIll & Mary Jacquelin d/o Edward Jacquelin (of Jamestown) and his wife Martha Cary d/o William Cary" Jacquelin, Mary (I7245)
 
5057 Smith, Agnes M. (Wehner)

Churchville/Spencerport: Agnes left this earth on January 5, 2014 at age 104 to meet her husband, Thomas, in Heaven. She is survived by her son & daughter-in-law, Charles & Christine Smith; 4 grandchildren, Jennifer of Lake Wylie, SC, Pam (Jason) Smith-Klotzer of Lancaster, PA, Amanda of Churchville, NY, & Mark (Stephanie) of Lancaster, PA; great-grandchildren, Gregory, Olivia & Grayson; brother, Ralph Wehner. Agnes was an active member of the Mother's Club of Spencerport, St. John's Parish in Spencerport, and passes on to all her love of the church and baking. We will miss her and will rejoice when we see her again in Heaven. The family would like to thank Lifetime Care Hospice, especially Lucy. To light a candle of remembrance, visit www.walkerbrothersfh.com

Visitation is 7-9 PM on Wednesday at the funeral home, 14 West Ave, Spencerport. Agnes's funeral mass will be celebrated at 9 AM on Thursday at St. John the Evangelist Church, 55 Martha St., Spencerport, NY 14559. Interment St. John's Cemetery. Donations may be made to St. John's Parish in Agnes's memory. 
Wehner, Agnes M (I78508)
 
5058 SMITH, Albert, a Representative from New York, born in Cooperstown, Otsego County, N.Y., June 22, 1805; completed preparatory studies; moved to Batavia, Genesee County, N.Y.; studied law; was admitted to the bar and practiced; held several local offices; member of the State assembly in 1840; elected as a Republican to the Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth Congresses (March 4, 1843-March 3, 1847); moved to Milwaukee, Wis., in 1849 and resumed the practice of law; justice of the peace 1851-1859; judge of the Milwaukee County Court 1859-1870; died in Milwaukee, Wis., August 27, 1870; interment in Forest Home Cemetery.

Source: Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1949; Washington D.C., 1950; p. 1824.

Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Smith_(New_York_politician) 
Smith, Albert (I83205)
 
5059 Smith, Capt Samuel d. Jan 6, 1765 ae 84-The Barbour Collection of Conn Town Vital Records East Haven 1700-1852 vol DR. Smith, Samuel (I20604)
 
5060 SMITH, CAPT. JOHN dec'd. est. Jas. Kinman, excr. Returns 1796, made 1800, cattle sold and killed for the use of the family. Jas. Kinmans acct. for tax on slaves Betsy, Esther and Joe, 1780. Jas. Kinman and Thos. Grier, excrs ordered to appear before court Mar. 5, 1800. Elizabeth Smith, Chas. Smith and John Walker, admrs. Sept. 1, 1800, warrant of apprmt. Returns for 1802 expense of dividing 408 acres of land in Greene Co., between Nancy Smith, John Walker and heirs of John Taylor Smith, which land was granted John Smith, dec'd. Drawing of lots for land of John Smith, dec'd by heirs and legatees Apr. 6, 1801, signed by Harris Coleman, John Pope, John Walker, Jas. Wootten and Chas., Benj., Wm., Milly and Nancy Smith, and the heirs of John Taylor Smith. Receipts of Benj. and Wm. Smith for their pay as overseers of the est 1799. Receipts of Betty Smith Dec. 4, 1800 and Feb. 19, 1801 for her dower and one-third of the crop. (Betty must have been the wid of one of the sons, probably John T. Smith, as Capt. John Smith's wife was Sarah, (See will Vol. 1, p. 65). Receipt of Thos. Wootten, Jr. 1806 for $95.00, being money allowed for horse, saddle, bed etc. Receipt of Benj. Smith 1801-1802 for legacy from fathers est. Receipt of Chas. Smith, gdn of Nancy and Mildred Smith, orphs of John Smith, dec'd and gdn of heirs of John Taylor Smith, dec'd, 1802, 1803, all to John Walker, admr. Division of personal est of John Smith, dec'd, Mar. 4. 1813, no admr mentioned, Robt. Matthews gets Easter, David and Matilda; Jas. Smith gets Lewis and Jordan; Bethiah C. Smith gets Joe and Stephen Smith gets Betty, Burwell, Phereby and Rachel. (See Vol. 1, p. 183). Receipt of Thos. Wootten, Jr. to Chas. Smith, gdn for $501.00 part of his legacy in right of his wife Mildred from her fathers est. Smith, Capt John (I65058)
 
5061 SMITH, CAPT. JOHN dec'd. est. Jas. Kinman, excr. Returns 1796, made 1800, cattle sold and killed for the use of the family. Jas. Kinmans acct. for tax on slaves Betsy, Esther and Joe, 1780. Jas. Kinman and Thos. Grier, excrs ordered to appear before court Mar. 5, 1800. Elizabeth Smith, Chas. Smith and John Walker, admrs. Sept. 1, 1800, warrant of apprmt. Returns for 1802 expense of dividing 408 acres of land in Greene Co., between Nancy Smith, John Walker and heirs of John Taylor Smith, which land was granted John Smith, dec'd. Drawing of lots for land of John Smith, dec'd by heirs and legatees Apr. 6, 1801, signed by Harris Coleman, John Pope, John Walker, Jas. Wootten and Chas., Benj., Wm., Milly and Nancy Smith, and the heirs of John Taylor Smith. Receipts of Benj. and Wm. Smith for their pay as overseers of the est 1799. Receipts of Betty Smith Dec. 4, 1800 and Feb. 19, 1801 for her dower and one-third of the crop. (Betty must have been the wid of one of the sons, probably John T. Smith, as Capt. John Smith's wife was Sarah, (See will Vol. 1, p. 65). Receipt of Thos. Wootten, Jr. 1806 for $95.00, being money allowed for horse, saddle, bed etc. Receipt of Benj. Smith 1801-1802 for legacy from fathers est. Receipt of Chas. Smith, gdn of Nancy and Mildred Smith, orphs of John Smith, dec'd and gdn of heirs of John Taylor Smith, dec'd, 1802, 1803, all to John Walker, admr. Division of personal est of John Smith, dec'd, Mar. 4. 1813, no admr mentioned, Robt. Matthews gets Easter, David and Matilda; Jas. Smith gets Lewis and Jordan; Bethiah C. Smith gets Joe and Stephen Smith gets Betty, Burwell, Phereby and Rachel. (See Vol. 1, p. 183). Receipt of Thos. Wootten, Jr. to Chas. Smith, gdn for $501.00 part of his legacy in right of his wife Mildred from her fathers est.
Early Records of Georgia Vol II Wilkes Co 
Smith, Captain John Taylor (I65209)
 
5062 SMITH, Col. A.D., 26 S.C. Reg., s. P.T. and M.A. Smith, Nove 23, 1839; Dec 1, 1867 Smith, Col A D (I55863)
 
5063 SMITH, DAVID dec'd. est. Mrs. Peggy Smith, admx. Dr. Gilbert Hay's acct 1779, attendance on dau. Benajah Smith's acct 1793-1794 for mdse and whiskey.

SMITH, ELIZABETH of Franklin Co., one of the heirs of David Smith, dec'd of Wilkes Co., to John Colly "one-sixth part of my dec'd fathers real estate, whereon said David Smith resided, described in a deed from Margaret, Thos., Janet and Wm. Smith to said Colly, Jas. Smith having already taken his share, Aug. 29, 1814. 
Smith, David (I65057)
 
5064 Smith, Ferral
Tuesday, April 09, 2002

Ferral G. Smith, 93, of East Ridge died Monday, April 8, 2002, at his residence.

A longtime resident of Hamilton County, Mr. Smith was retired from Southern Chemical Cotton Co. and had also worked for Velsicol Chemical Co. He was a charter member of Boulevard Baptist Church, presently Stanley Heights Baptist Church and at the time of his death was a member and deacon at Second Baptist Church. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 64 years, Lula Mae Smith.

Survivors include his sons, Wallace Arlyn Smith, Chattanooga, and Alton Mitchel Smith, Chatsworth, Ga.; sister, Ruth Burnett, Valley Head, Ala.; four grandsons; three granddaughters; and eight great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the chapel with Rev. Gary Moore and Rev. Herschel Woodburn officiating.

Burial will be in National Cemetery.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday after 2 p.m. at Heritage Funeral Home, East Brainerd Road.  
Smith, Ferral Guy (I64942)
 
5065 SMITH, FRANCIS, Sr., dec'd. est. Petition of Thos. A. and Ebenezer Smith, John T., Reuben and Wm. T. Smith, and the heirs of Peter Early, dec'd. all heirs of Francis Smith, Sr., to divide 666 acres on Fishing creek, Oct. 10, 1825. One lot allotted to Adriel Sherwood, admr of Ann A. Sherwood, dec'd, late Ann A. Early Feb. 1826.
Wilkes Co, GA

SMITH, FRANCIS dec'd. Stephen Martin app admr Mar. 11, 1805. Wm. A. Smith, Johnson Wellborn, Sec. 
Family F23856
 
5066 SMITH, Nathan of Hardyston. 3014S - W. 14 Apr 1849; Cod. 9 June 1851; Filed 4 Jan 1858. Sons: Nathaniel, Samuel, William, Shedrack Fountain, John and James. Daughters: Letitia "called Letty", w/o George EDSALL, Sarah w/o Lebius O. DANIEL, Margaret w/o Bern Baldwin KIMBLE, Nancy w/o William SIMPSON, Elizabeth w/o Michael MOOREHOUS, Susan w/o Henry I. SIMPSON, Judea w/o Peter YATMAN and Mary w/o Daniel KIMBLE. Executors: Sons, William SMITH and Shedrack Fountain SMITH. Witnesses: Thomas B. EDSALL, Ruth E. EDSALL and Daniel HAINES. Cod. Wit.: Daniel HAINES, Annie M. HAINES and Edsall FERRIR. Smith, Nathaniel (I61103)
 
5067 Smith, Thomas, of German and French ancestry, was born 27 January 1892 (sic 1792) near Cumberland Gap, Virginia. When he was 8 years old, he moved to Summersett, Tennessee. His grandfather was a Revolutionary Soldier of 7 years and his father was an Indian fighter and soldier in the St Clair Indian War. Young Thomas entered the army in 1813 and served until 1815. He was in two engagements. Fort Luster and Horseshoe on the Tallapose River. After being discharged, he met and married Miss Nancy McClure of Cumberland County, Kentucky, whose grandfather was also a Revolutionary soldier. He was also related to the Logan family of that state. He came to Illinois about the time Peter Cartwright, the great pioneer preacher, left from the same state. They became close friends. He and his wife raised a family of 9 children, 8 of whom survive. One son, Marshall, died at the age of 21 years in Morgan County, Illinois. Mr Smith at the age of 46 years joined the M E Church. He located near Jacksonville, in Morgan County and furnished most of the material for the first house in that city. He lived there until the spring of 1848 and then moved to McDonough County, settling near Macomb, where he remained until the fall of 1878, when himself, his wife and older daughter came to Ottawa County, Kansas with his youngest son, L F Smith who settled at Delphos. after the great cyclone there in June 1879 he returned to Illinois the following summer with his wife and daughter. Here his wife died at the residence of their daughter Mrs. Townly. He then returned to Kansas, to the home of his son L F Smith and when the latter moved to Enterprise, came with him. He is survived by a daughter Mrs Dr Knight of Jacksonville, Illlinois, a son, S F smith in Chicago, a daughter at Landborg, Kansas; a son John Logan at Council Grove,Kansas; a daughter Mrs. Knight near Solomon City, 2 sons, James and L f Smith in Dickinson county, a daughter Mrs. Sims with her daughter James near Abilene. Thomas Smith died aged 96 years. Thursday 12 Apr 1888 Family F15419
 
5068 SMITH, William - Division of Slaves-23 July 1804, 10 Dec 1804, into 8 portions.

1. Elizabeth SMITH (widow ) received Joseph, Thomas, Jacob, Francis, Samson, Emanuel, Andrew, Sarah, Deller, Cumbo, Judah & Lydia.
2. Caleb Smith received: Samuel 100 pounds, Abraham 90 pounds, Gilbert 50 pounds, Sarah 50 pounds, Jane 25 pounds & Nancy 75 pounds.
3. Walter A. SMITH received Wm 10 pounds, George 60 pounds, Scipio 40 pounds, clary 75 pounds, Judah
4. child 70 pounds & Susan 20 pounds.
5. Joseph D. SMITH received: Willis 100 pounds, Limcis 55 pounds, Harrison 25 pounds, Patience 75 pounds, Clary & child 80 pounds & Betsy 35 pounds
6. Miss Kitty H. Smith received: Lewis 100 pounds, brister 75 pounds, John 35 pounds, Hammer 45 pounds, Phillis & child 75 pound & Kitty 30 pounds
7. WM O’Bannon received: Nace 100 pounds, James 90 pounds, Dick 55 pounds, Daniel 40 pounds, Aggy 50 pounds & Charles 30 pounds.
8. Wm R. Smith received: Dick 90 pounds, david 95 pounds, Spencer 50 pounds, Benj 25 pounds, Winney 60 pounds & Pat 50 pounds.
9. Miss Elizabeth D. SMITH received Hunter 90 pounds, Peter 90 pounds, Elijah 30 pounds, rose 40 pounds, Nelly pounds, Truelove 75 pounds, report prepared by James Hunton, C. Peyton & James Gunnell, received F. Brooke; Book 4, 11. 
Smith, William (I36626)
 
5069 SMITH. Origin of name and path: England, then New Brunswick, then Maine, then Missouri Smith, Ebenezer (I107184)
 
5070 Smiths in 1820 Columbia, GA
Daniel Smith Capt John Cochrans District

George C Smith "

Hugh R Smith "

John Smith Capt Berry Olives District

John Smith Capt Robert Shaws District

John Smith Senior Capt John Cochrans District

Leonard B Smith Capt Robert Shaw

Penny Smith Capt John Cochran

Withers Capt Jesse Morriss District
 
Smith, Arthur (I19840)
 
5071 Smiths of Irish Origin Smith, Unknown (I34384)
 
5072 Smiths of Middlesex County, Virginia
Mrs. P. W. Hiden
The William and Mary Quarterly
The William and Mary Quarterly
Vol. 10, No. 3 (Jul., 1930), pp. 214-220 (7 pages)

has it that the parents of Ann Smith are Thomas Smith and Ann Briscoe. Parents show Ann Petty, needs resolved. 
Smith, Ann (I8430)
 
5073 Smiths of Middlesex County, Virginia
Mrs. P. W. Hiden
The William and Mary Quarterly
The William and Mary Quarterly
Vol. 10, No. 3 (Jul., 1930), pp. 214-220 (7 pages) 
Smith, Samuel (I8411)
 
5074 Smyth Smidt, Tobias (I39606)
 
5075 Smyth b c 1740 IRE

d 1785 (Rector of Botetourt Parish

buried at Botetourt Church
 
Smyth, Adam (I33742)
 
5076 Smythfield, PA, Somerset Co is a pleasant village, located on the right bank of Youghiogany River and on the United States road, almost exactly between Brownsville, on Monongahla, and Cumberland, on Potomac. According to Shriver's map, Smythfield is 1405 feet above the Atlantic tides.
- Gazetteer of the United States of America - Hayward 
Smith, Phillip D (I88931)
 
5077 Social Security application.
Name: Henry Harrison Smith
[Henry H Smith]
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 12 Nov 1926
Birth Place: Wanchula Har, Florida
Death Date: 19 Jan 2007
Father: Henry H Smith
Mother: Ethel Durrance
SSN: 261309417
Notes: Nov 1942: Name listed as HENRY HARRISON SMITH; 26 Jan 2007: Name listed as HENRY H SMITH 
Smith, Henry Harrison (I114543)
 
5078 Solomon may have been married twice. Mary and Martha may have had a different mother. Moved to Jackson Township, Sullivan County, Indiana in 1842., MANWARING, Solomon (I2998)
 
5079 Some sources say 1753. From Darrell Smith
In referring to the Crown Hill cemetery site you gave, there are both dates given. The header listing the date says 1763, while lower in the text it says 1753. If you click on the tombstone the date is 1753. Obviously that site is not reliable for the date.

The DAR site says it gets its info from the Mass Soldiers & Sailors vol 14, which does indeed mention this Hezekiah Smith, but without d.o.b.

Conversation on RootsWeb with Marian M., a descendant of Hezekiah, mentions that her cousin has the family Bible. The d.o.b. that she gives is 1763, and I assume she takes that from the family Bible.

Hezekiah supposedly enlisted at the age of 14. If he was born 1753, he would have enlisted in 1767. If 1763, that would be 1777. I think the latter is more likely.
 
Smith, Hezekiah (I48728)
 
5080 son Devid Worcester Smith death record shows Billerica
son Lemuel Smith's death record says Metnuen (Essex Co MA) 
Smith, Isaac (I120775)
 
5081 Son of George and Margaret Ann (Bare) Smith.

Orville married on November 18, 1916 to Allie May Dilley.

Survived by:
Sisters:
Mrs. Clem Wright of Albany, Missouri
Mrs. Verna Hibbs of McFall, Missouri
Mrs. Woodie Krumboltz of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Daughters:
Mrs. Mildred Carter of Phoenix, Arizona
Mrs. Helen Foster of Amazonia
Mrs. Eloise Shipers of St. Joseph, Missouri

Sons:
George R. Smith of St. Joseph, Missouri
Easton Smith of St. Joseph, Missouri
Elmo C. Smith of St. Joseph, Missouri

Also survived by 14 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

Buried in McFall Cemetery.

Full obituary can be found in the Thursday, March 7, 1968 edition of the Albany Ledger
-findagrave 
Smith, Orville G (I93300)
 
5082 Son of Simeon & Timnah Smith aged 2 weeks. -Early Vital Records of Mass. (Lynn Deaths) Smith, Merritt (I86215)
 
5083 Sons William and Minter (ane possibly others) still in Meade District, but neither John (nor second wife Jane) can be found there. Smith, John (I79751)
 
5084 Souder Cemetery, Find A Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=50172579 Smith, Harrison (I34105)
 
5085 Source 27 says marriage was 1831. B.D. of children suggests 1821. Family F311
 
5086 Source County Court Records at Danbury NC  Family F36972
 
5087 Source for "Augustine" as middle name?  Smith, John A (I73746)
 
5088 source for Drake as a middle name Smith, Mumford (I104246)
 
5089 Source for marriage date and divorce date:

Texas, Divorce Index, 1968-2011 about Mack L Smith
Name: Mack L Smith
Estimated birth year: abt 1924
Age: 54
Spouse's Name: Rosemary V Smith
Spouse's Age: 52
Marriage Date: 2 Jul 1946
Number of Children: 2
Divorce Date: 2 Feb 1978
Divorce Place: Harris, Texas, USA 
Family F6873
 
5090 Source for marriage date and divorce date:

Texas, Divorce Index, 1968-2011 about Mack L Smith
Name: Mack L Smith
Estimated birth year: abt 1924
Age: 54
Spouse's Name: Rosemary V Smith
Spouse's Age: 52
Marriage Date: 2 Jul 1946
Number of Children: 2
Divorce Date: 2 Feb 1978
Divorce Place: Harris, Texas, USA 
Family F6873
 
5091 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I65889)
 
5092 Source for name:

Texas, Divorce Index, 1968-2011 about Mack L Smith
Name: Mack L Smith
Estimated birth year: abt 1924
Age: 54
Spouse's Name: Rosemary V Smith
Spouse's Age: 52
Marriage Date: 2 Jul 1946
Number of Children: 2
Divorce Date: 2 Feb 1978
Divorce Place: Harris, Texas, USA 
Rosemary V (I65888)
 
5093 Source for Rockbridge Co VA?  Smith, John A (I73746)
 
5094 source for the *Robert*?  Smith, Samuel Robert (I93367)
 
5095 Source from Ron Kirkpatrick
7701 Starkey Road #507
Seminole, FL 33777-4317 
Source (S3321075257)
 
5096 Source http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~marshall/esmd1.htm Family F4306
 
5097 Source is from *Out Kin* by Laban Miles Hoffman Reprinted by Gaston County Historical Society in Gastonia North Carolina. Holland, Martina (I83794)
 
5098 Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT
Microfilm: 0848651 items 5-6 
Family F37647
 
5099 Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT
Microfilm: 1314687 
Family F24453
 
5100 Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT
Microfilm: 1317641 
Family F29484
 

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