|Birth||Abt 1645||Smithtown, Suffolk County, New York, USA|
|WILL||23 Jun 1718||Smithtown, Suffolk County, New York, USA|
|proven March 28 1720 New York Wills Vol 2 pp 222, 223|
He names his wife Hannah, leaving her the best room in the house and two negro slaves. He bequeathed his estate to his children as follows: son Richard, land in Moriches and Smithtown, a mulatto boy, largest silver tankard and a silver headed cane; son Nathaniel, land at Watchogue and "Mattuck" millhouse and mill-dam, meadows, etc in Smithtown, also his dwelling house and home lot; son Ebenezer, not of age, land in Smithtown and negro boy, little silver tankard and silver-hilted sword, land in Brookhaven, silver servers and a silver salt-all when he is of age; daughter Sarah, 130 acres at "Cuttskonesuck" biggest silver mug, six silver spoons, three silver forks, six head of cattle; daughter Hannah, 130 acres of land out of my undivided land in Smithtown", small silver mug, six silver spoons, three silver forks, six head of cattle and his sons Richard and Nathaniel are to buy for her household goods "as much and as decent in every respect as I have purchased for my daughter Sarah"
The executors were his wife and his sons Richard and Nathaniel and the will was witnessed by Daniel Tourneur, James Fanning and James Smith. He was commissioned Lieutenant of Suffolk County Militia March 13, 1685 (Calendar of Historial Mss, part 2, p 135
From Ancestors of James Wickham and his wife Cora Prudence Billard p 94
|Richard Smith 2 will Smithtown NY
Records of the town of Smithtown, Long Island, N.Y. : with other ancient documents of historic value
Records of Smithtown, L. I. PP 40-42
|Death||Abt 1720||Smithtown, Suffolk County, New York, USA|
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|Person ID||I122||Smith Smyth Schmidt Smythe Smitt|
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| Smith Branch: Richard *Bull* Smith b c 1613 ENg m Sarah (2 Daniel 3 Daniel) (Kit# 2976****/ ), Smith Branch: Richard Smith b c 1613 ENG m Sarah (2 Job 3 Richard 4 Lemuel 5 Merritt) (Kit# N358****/ ), Smith Branch: Maj Richard Smythe m Sarah 2 Richard 3 Nathaniel 4 Col Josiah( )|
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|Father||Maj. Richard Smythe, b. c 1613, Myreshaw, Bradford, West Riding, Yorkshire, England d. 7 Mar 1692, Smithtown, Suffolk County, New York, USA (Age ~ 79 years)|
|Mother||Sarah, b. 1619, Norwich, Norfolk, England d. 20 Jan 1707/08, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey Colony (Age 89 years)|
Descendant of Majr Richard Smythe Jr b c 1613 Yorkshire England d 1692 Long Island NY m Sarah
Descendant of Richard "Bull" Smith
Susan Lynn Smith, 12th Generation American and direct descendant of Richard "Bull" Smith, founder of Smithtown, New York and many other allied Families and early American settlers.
|Family ID||F6950||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Documents||Richard Smith m Hannah Tooker family|
-The Refugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut-
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|Family ID||F58||Group Sheet | Family Chart|