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Family record of Ichabod Smith and descendants, from July 19, 1782, to December 25, 1877

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Published by S.n.] in [S.l .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Statementby Henry C. Smith and Amelia R. Gibbs ; copied and indexed by Mrs. Charles B. Robison
ContributionsGibbs, Amelia R., Robison, Charles B., Mrs
LC ClassificationsCS71.S643 1974x
The Physical Object
Pagination15 leaves ;
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25310956M

July 5, (See Will-dated at Hoosick, Renssealer Co, NY. He m. his cousin Phebe Cronkhite (dau. of Jacob) in the Reformed Dutch Church at Schaghticoke, Renssealer Co, NY, she b. . Copied from "A Book of Mortality" in possession of Mr. J. H. Moody, parish clerk, York, Me., consisting of four sheets of letter paper inscribed as above. The paper is yellow with age, and the name of the writer is not given, although after the name of Mr. Abram Lunt are the words "my ho. father," (a subsequent entry) and a later death is recorded as "my hon'd mother.". John Jay (Decem – ) was an American statesman, patriot, diplomat, Founding Father, abolitionist, negotiator, and signatory of the Treaty of Paris of He served as the second Governor of New York and the first Chief Justice of the United States (–). He directed U.S. foreign policy for much of the s and was an important leader of the Federalist Party. World War II Memorial; Veterans Form; Date for Dedication; List of Longwood Veterans of Desert Storm; Local History Publications; Newsday story about dedication of memorials at pa.

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Family record of Ichabod Smith and descendants, from July 19, 1782, to December 25, 1877 by Henry C. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Family record of Ichabod Smith and descendants, from Jto Decem Item PreviewPages: Ichabod had 8 siblings: Nathaniel Smith, Rebecca Stillman, Joseph Smith, Philip Smith Jr., Deacon John Smith, Deacon Samuel Smith, Unknown Smith and Lt.

Jonathan Smith. Ichabod married Elizabeth Smith on July 19at age   Ichabod Smith. Born on 11 Apr in Hadley, MA. Ichabod died in Hadley, MA, on 6 Sep ; he was On 19 Jul when Ichabod he married Elizabeth Cook, daughter of Capt.

Aaron Cook (ca Sep ) & Sarah Westwood ( Mar ), in Hadley, MA. A farmer He and Sabrina had seven children William Carlos, b An infant, b-and d Emeline Janett, b,m-Olcott Bixby Eugenia Clementine, b, m-Hervey Alvord An infant b and d An infant, b and d An infant, b and d Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Ichabod Smith born died Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut including ancestors + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community.

login. Ichabod Smith ( - ) Ichabod. A digest of the early Connecticut probate records Pages Born:   Started with Tombstone info: “Mr. Ichabod Smith died aged 76 years” Grave located at the Chase Cemetery is Cornish, Sullivan County, NH.

From this gravestone we can gather that he was born around I found this record in Family search and it is likely that this is him since the date of death is an exact match, as is the year of birth. Printed for private circulation). [S] Henry C. Smith & Amelia Gibbs, Family Record of Ichabod Smith and Descendants from J to Decem (Peoria: J.

Franks & Sons, printers & binders, Main Street). JOSEPH 6 SMITH (JOHN 5, PHILIP 4, SAMUEL 3, SAMUEL 2, SAMUEL 1) was born J in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts He married REBECCA SMITH February /12daughter of JOSEPH SMITH.

Full text of "The Tefft ancestry, comprising many hitherto unpublished records of descendants of John Tefft of Portsmouth, Rhode Island;" See other formats _^^^^. FFT ANCESTR Class- c>7/ Book / ^"0 THE TEFFT ANCESTRY COMPRISING MANY HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED RECORDS OF DESCENDANTS OF JOHN TEFFT OF PORTSMOUTH, RHODE ISLAND COMPILED AND EDITED BY REV.

; Job, b. July ; Edward, b. J all descendants of Nicholas Ackley, first of Hartford and afterwards of Haddam. This name is found in many towns in Connecticut; it was an early name in Kent.

Benjamin Ackley was a deputy to the legislature in and also Chester, of Washington, in and SMITH RECORD By J.A. Helman Introduction by Leo Lutz Ap This is a transcription of the handwritten Smith Record done by James A.

Helman dated J Helman used this book to chronicle the history and list the descendants of George and Christiana Smith who, inwere.

Smith Genealogy & History Smith genealogy is one of the longest in the English-speaking world, dating back at least to the tenth-century record of one Ecceard Smith in County Durham, England. It is the most common surname in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom, there being over three million Smiths in the United States and five.

HENRY WEED (NATHANIEL5, NATHANIEL4, NATHANIEL3, DANIEL2, JONAS1) was bornand died Aft. He married MARY SEELY Decemdaughter of EBENEZER SEELY and MARY was born in New Canaan, CT, and died Ap in Caroline, NY.

Genealogy profile for Deacon Ichabod Smith, Sr. Genealogy for Deacon Ichabod Smith, Sr. (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames Febru View Complete Profile. view all 20 Immediate Family.

The Mayflower left England on Septem with passengers plus crew, and after a grueling 66 day journey, the ship dropped anchor inside the hook tip of Cape Cod (Provincetown Harbor) on November 11 (dates in Old Style, Julian Calendar).

The Mayflower originally was destined for the Hudson River, north of the Jamestown Settlement. "Vital Records of the Towns of Barnstable and Sandwich" Leonard & Norma Smith; Mayflower Descendant, "Massachusetts Town, Probate & Vital Records, ss" CD-ROM Broderbund Software, p (Barnstable) "John Smiths Children: his Son Ichabod born In Janury " "Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc.".

Family record of Ichabod Smith and descendants: from Jto Decem Family records and recollections Family register of the descendants of Nathaniel Smith, Jr: to which is prefixed some notices of his ancestors.

Family Record in the Bible of Caleb M. Hall, Hopkins County. contributed by Dorothy Williams Potter Bible Record of the Womack Family, Greenup County.

contributed by Kathleen Thompson Turner Family Record from the Bible of Francis M. Caldwell, Livingston and Caldwell Counties, Kentucky. contributed by Ruth Hill Patmor and Madileen Small 3 iv. Bloom Smith, born J in Fayette County, Texas; died Septem in Fairmont, ; married Fulton Courtney Thomas Septem in Fayette County, Texas.

Alice Lee Smith, born J ; died Ap Notes for Alice Lee Smith. CRAIG T Series of family trees showing descendants from Joseph Craig, born Also mentioned CAMPBELL. CRAIG 2 T C Correspondence and extract from diary of John Balfour Craig, Aprilon voyage to USA. CRAIG See ARMSTRONG.

BLACKBURN. GORDON 5. GOWANS. LAIRD. YOUNG 2. A reader who is a direct descendant of Ludwig Fisher sent the Germanna Foundation a link to an online book by Gertrude Fisher Harding called, “Fisher Genealogical History.” You can read the book in various format by clicking on this link or view it here.

Below is the text format to help with keyword searching [ ]. Marriages Performed by Rev'd Isaac Smith, Smith Meeting House, Gilmanton, Belknap County, New Hampshire. The Myers Family is a very old family in the U.S.

and many of your ancestors fought in the Revolution of As far as I was able to find out Jacob Myers was with George Washington Army that was destroyed at Fort Necessity between Cumberland Maryland and Uniontown, Pa.

in Ichabod was a 19 year-old Shoemaker from Middleboro, MA, when he enlisted in that town on and was mustered into the 18th Mass. Infantry on Aug as a Private in Co. On Aug at the Second Battle of Bull Run, Dean was struck in the lower part of his back by the hub of a wagon wheel and was absent from the.

* Upcoming Family Tree Webinar - Wednesday, 24 July, 11 a.m.: * Genealogy Bargains Friday, J 7) Katreen's birth date and parents names are not known. A record of 25 June says the wife of Abraham Dafoe of St.

Johns in Quebec is 26 years old [2]. Therefore, she was born in about if that record is correct. Martin Van Buren (/ v æ n ˈ b j ʊər ən / van BEWR-ən; born Maarten Van Buren Dutch pronunciation: [ˈmaːrtə(n) vɑn ˈbyːrə(n)]; December 5, – J ) was an American statesman who served as the eighth president of the United States from to A founder of the Democratic Party, he had previously served as the ninth governor of New York, the tenth United States.

TJ1E OLMSTEAD FAMILY. Samuel Olmstead, second of Daniel (p. 6).son Married April 15th,to Abiah Smith (third daughter of Ebenezer and Sarah Smith, born March 7, ).

The Aniwaya, or the Wolf Clan was the largest and most important clan among the Cherokee people. Nancy Elizabeth (Broom) Ward Hicks’ grandmother, Nancy Moytoy of the Wolf Clan, or Morning Star lived circa (85) to around She was also known as Nanye-Hi Moytoy, Ani’-Ga’tage’wi Kituah, and Go See Du Issue Raven.

JAMES4 HILL (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM2, WILLIAM1)86 was born J in Rockingham Co., NC86, and died in Claiborne Co., TNHe married NANCY ROYALTY88 J in SurryCo., NCShe was born Febru in Albemarle Co., VA89, and died Aft. Septem Children of JAMES HILL and NANCY ROYALTY are.

The Jennings Genealogy by W. Jennings, in the N.Y. Library has a typed note in the front: "My Jennings family chart compiled from the records which belonged to my grandmother, Mrs. Mary Jennings Hardester, describes that Joshua Jennings who resided in Connecticut before was born in and was the son of John and Ann Smith Jennings of.

I am assisting them as administrator of the Carr Family DNA Genealogy Project. Do you according to Horace Bateman's record book owned F89 owned F84 he announced was his counsel." Appeared before JP 25 Julydisorderly conduct against Parker Poole.

Lived on Black River Road at the time of his death. Said to have very red hair. Lyman S Allen abt - abt 14 Nov managed by Renee Smith James Allen Sr. 26 Jul Virginia - 12 Jul last edited 4 Dec John W. Allen 26 Jan - 02 Jan descendants in the Anderson Family Book.

Letitia Smith married Ambrose Rucker on December12, He was a Captain of Co. "C" 46th Regt., Virginia Infantry. He was at one time a sheriff of some county.

They had dau. Mary Rucker md. a Dewberry and ia md. Kange Simpson. Will of George K. Smith Pittsylvania County Records. Will Book. He married (1) RUTH ETHEL SNOOK J in Troy, New York. She was born Jand died Decem He married (2) ALBERTA RAKENTINE Septem in Kingsland, Camden County, GA.

She was born Febru in New Jersey. Notes for JAMES FREDERICK (SR.) SWEENER. Henry Franklin, b. Mid. d. He was a printer by trade and lived in Boston.

He did much research in genealogy and we are indebted to him for much of this data concerning the Church family. Helen A., b.m.E.

HAMLIN of Plainfield, son of Franklin. Their son Franklin Hamlin was b. FAMILY   John Drury BOYKIN b. Abt South Carolina, United States d. Dec Sylvania, Screven County, Georgia: The Brownlow Family Tree. Introduction: In this article—just in time for Thanksgiving—Mary Harrell-Sesniak searches old newspapers to trace ancestry all the way back to the Pilgrims, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean on board the Mayflower in for a fresh start in the New is a genealogist, author and editor with a strong technology background.

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He married Abigail Garland (14 Aug Sep ) and together they had nine children. John's eldest son, Thomas Parsons (Col. Thomas Jefferson Parsons, ), lived in the Rye/Portsmouth area and served as a Colonel in the New Hampshire militia in the s and in the NH state legislature.

Descendants of John R. Smith 1 Produced by Legacy First Generation 1. John R. Smith []1 was born on 28 Oct in Sandy Lake, New York, USA2 and died on 9 Sep in Sumpter, Wayne, Michigan, USA3 at age The cause of his death was old age.3 General Notes: Possibly: SMITH, J. R., farmer, Parish, b.

On December 3, December 4, By Rob Roehm In Biography, Genealogy 2 Comments According to family legend, James Henry, Sr., was born on a ship in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

He married Anna Terrell Grimes in South Carolina in and died in Bibb County, Alabama, inhaving produced eight offspring.Of special interest are the following: (1) Newton voting registers,records of town meetings,as well as of the Overseers of the Poor, ; (2) book of procedures for the Sussex County Court of Oyer et Terminer, ca.

; (3) correspondence of William T. Anderson and Thomas Anderson II,while the latter was.General History of Dutchess County, from toinclusive, by Phillip N.

Smith, Pawling, New York, On pageoccurs the following: "The Lawrence family descended from Uriah. The old gentleman was a justice of the Peace. A man was brought before him and fined for swearing.