|Land Deed||4 May 1767||Granville County, North Carolina, USA|
|04 May 1767, Granville county, NC Deed Book H, page 295, John Bearding and wife Lettice, sell land in Granville Co, NC to Guy SMITH of Mecklenburg Co, Va|
|John Bearding and Guy Smith land indenture 1767 Granville Co NC
|Land Deed||25 Aug 1778||Granville County, North Carolina, USA|
|25 Aug 1778 "Abstracts of Land Entries: Granville Co. N 1778-1877", Dr.A. B. Pruitt. William Owen and Peter Newport enters 800 acres in Granville County, NC; Borders: county line, Davis, G. Head, Guy SMITH, James Owens' entry, Mitchel & Davis.|
|William Owen and Peter Newport-Granville Co NC land Aug 25 1778 mentions Guy Smith
|Land Grant||1785||Fayette County, Kentucky, USA|
|According to Guy Allen Smith, Guy Smith provided service to the Virginia military during the Rev. War (probably supplies) and was granted a Land Warrent of 3,000 acresin Fayette Co., KY in 1785 which was then in Virginia. Book 16, page 83, Kentucky Land Records - Guy Smith 3,000 acres on Licking River, Fayette Co., 03 Nov 1785 This land is believed to have ended up to be located in Bourbon Co. KY|
|Death||1 May 1787||Granville County, North Carolina, USA|
|WILL||2 Sep 1803||Fayette County, Kentucky, USA|
|Will of Guy Smith Filed in Fayette Co, KY Will Book A, page 275 Recorded 02 Sept 1803 (Guy Smith died 1787. His son William Smith died ca 1794) the filing of his will in Fayette Co, even though he lived and died in Granville Co. NC, might be related to the law suit filed in Bourbon Co, KY by Jacob Mitchell.|
Granville County, NC, Book 2, page 12-12
Written 19 Jan 1780
Proved May Court 1787
"Abstracts of the Wills and Estate Records of Granville County, NC 1746-1808", Zae Hargett Gwynn, page 118.
Dau Sarah Coffee, a negro slave
Dau Ann Vaughn, a negro slave
Dau Elizabeth Mitchell, a feather bed and furniture
Son Guy Smith, a negro slave
Sons John and William Smith, after paying debts, all my land and negroes Anthony and Jim and all personal estate divided between them.
Exr: James Smith, Lewis Young, John Young
|Guy Smith will- Granville Co NC (1)
|Guy Smith will Granville Co NC (2)
|Court||2 Mar 1804||Bourbon County, Kentucky, USA|
|02 Mar 1804. Bourbon Circuit Court, Feb. Term. Found in "The Kentucky Gazette, Genealogical and Historical Abstracts, Vol II", page 41.|
Jacob Mitchell vs William Smith's heirs: William Smith, Gui Smith, Peter Coffee and his wife and Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth his wife.
|Feb 1804 Bourbon County KY- Jacob Mitchell v Guy Smith hairs
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|Person ID||I71472||Smith Smyth Schmidt Smythe Smitt|
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