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10801 1891 - Clerk Henry Griffith SMITH
 
10802 Adam Smith and Eunice Starbuck Hepsa Jane SMITH
 
10803 m Alice b ca 1852 (perhaps Oct qu 1870??) Herbert Edmund SMITH
 
10804 could be Amrait Smith also Imri Taylor SMITH
 
10805 Baptism date: 24 JAN 1840
Baptism place: Rottingdean, Sussex

BIRTH: Civil Reg. Refce. March 1840, Lewes, 7, 381.
1861 CENSUS: Living at High Street, Rottingdean, daughter, unmarried, ag e 21 a n d birthplace Rottingdean, Sussex. (RG9, 590, 19, 31.)
1881 CENSUS: Living at 7 Albyn Terrace, Old Machar, Aberdeen, wife, marri ed, a g e 41 and birthplace Sussex. (168-2, 30, 20.)
1891 CENSUS: Living at 7 Albyn Terrace, Old Machar, Aberdeen, wife, marri ed, a g e 50 and birthplace England. (168-2, 36, 22.)
1901 CENSUS: Living at 7 Albyn Terrace, Rubislaw, Aberdeen, wife, married , a g e 61 and birthplace England. (168-2, 39, 5.) 
Isabella Mitchell SMITH
 
10806 Did he m 1 - Gore?
The Smith family had owned this, besides property in London and Cheshire and slate quarries in North Wales, since 1650 and were said to be the richest commoners in England with an annual income of around 1 million pounds in today's terms. (http://www.zipworld.com.au/~lnbdds/home/smijthdebate.htm)
John Smith MP was his 4th but only s son! 
John SMITH
 
10807 Other names are often used for corduroy. Alternative names include: corded velveteen, elephant cord, pin cord, Manchester cloth John SMITH
 
10808 1 JUL 1861 John W. SMITH
 
10809 1 JUL 1880 John W. SMITH
 
10810 John W. SMITH
 
10811 same person as Constance? Lilian SMITH
 
10812 This information is from the Descendants of Michael Clore Database © 2002-2011 by Cathi Clore Frost. Living SMITH
 
10813 Lovina Elizabeth SMITH
 
10814 1920 OH Census; Franklin Co., Columbus, 11th ward; ED#187
6/7: Luther E, Smith; 51y; md; Oh; lawyer
Margaret Smith; wife; 41y; md; OH
Mildred Tharp; stepdau; 18y; s; OH; stenographer, RR
Wilbur Tharp; stepson; 15y; s; OH; clerk, drug store

1930 
Luther SMITH
 
10815 1864 birth quarter Mar, Margaret Alice Smith, Blackburn.

1889 marriage Margaret Alice Smith.

1891 census image Margaret A Arkwright, daughter-in-law, 27, married, b. Lancs Blackburn, Cotton Weaver, living in Blackburn with mother-in-law, husband, daughter &c. 
Margaret Alice SMITH
 
10816 1900: Thaxton, Kanawha, West Virginia, f b VA, m b WV

from the 1880 census
Name: Sevitus Vance
Age: 4
Birth Year: abt 1876
Birthplace: West Virginia
Home in 1880: Malden, Kanawha, West Virginia 
Margie SMITH
 
10817 Mary was born in 1856 to John Smith and Ruth Dobson. John told his son that he was a lad of nine when he was kidnapped off the streets of a city in England – he believes it was London – by a navy press gang and made to serve as cabin boy. So we can’t even be sure his name was even Smith or if the navy tacked that handle on him so he couldn’t be found by searching relatives.

Ruth was born in August 1825 in New Brunswick, the second daughter of John and Ruth Dobson. I was excited to come across the listing of their family in the 1851 Oxford County, ON, census as well. Evidently Ruth’s father bought a farm and the whole family moved there from NB. 
Mary SMITH
 
10818 sister of the Right Honourable John Smith of Tedworth (now known as Tidworth), Hampshire, afterwards Chancellor of the Exchequer to King William III and Speaker in the first two Parliaments of Queen Anne Mary SMITH
 
10819 daughter of Donal and Margaret Welsh Smith) Mary Ann SMITH
 
10820 1 JUL 1869 Mary C. SMITH
 
10821 1 JUL 1880 Mary C. SMITH
 
10822 Mary C. SMITH
 
10823 SERVED IN US ARMY IN WWII Newton SMITH
 
10824 Ref. number: P542 Rhoda SMITH
 
10825 On a Flat Stone. Here lyeth the Body of Richard SMITH, who departed this Life Jan. 25 1717-18 in the 25th (*sic for 75th) Year of his Age. Also the Body of Mary, Wife of Richard Smith, who departed this Life the 25th Day of March 1722. Aged 71 Years. Here also lieth the Body of Richard Smith, Son of the abovesaid Richard and Mary Smith, who died 3 March 1731-32. Aged 50 Years. Here also lieth the Body of John VERRIER Esq. who died Aug. 1 1737 aged 62. He was the eldest Son of Major William Verrier (Wm. ob. 30 Oct 1710) and Martha (Martha ob. 9 July 1712) his Wife (who lie in St Peter’s Chancell) and Son in Law to the above Richard Smith Senr. and Mary his Wife. Here also lies the Body of Mary Verrier Wife of John Verrier Esq. and Daughter of Richard Smith Senr. & Mary his Wife who died 4 March 1739-40 aged 54. Also here lieth the Body of Mr Richard Verrier, Son of the above John Verrier Esq. who departed this Life 13 Day of Feb. 1744-45 aged 41 Years. Richard SMITH
 
10826 This information is from the Descendants of Michael Clore Database © 2002-2011 by Cathi Clore Frost. Ruth SMITH
 
10827 or possibly BUCKNELL

Marriages Sep 1868 (>99%)
Bucknell Sarah Ann Cheltenham 6a 699
Morton James Cheltenham 6a 699
Smith Sarah Ann Cheltenham 6a 699
Tombs John Cheltenham 6a 699 
Sarah A. SMITH
 
10828 8c 7s Sarah Elizabeth SMITH
 
10829 purchased estates in North Tidworth and South Tidworth during the mid-seventeenth century
Co.NORTHAMPTONSHIRE (Papley, Appletree, Spratton) deeds DD\GB/75
esq., to Wm. {William?} Gore of London, esq., and Robert Searle of London, merchant, of a term of 400 years in Papley manor. Mortgage of 1694 by Jane Gore of Southcott, co.Berks., wid., John Smith of Tidworth, co.Hants., esq., and John Butler of Appletree, Date range: 1655 - 1712. 
Thomas SMITH
 
10830 Thomas Smith who was Mayor of Abingdon in 1584 Thomas SMITH
 
10831 Baptism date: 6 JAN 1845
Baptism place: Rottingdean, Sussex

DEATH: Civil Reg. Refce. December 1845, Lewes, 2b, 251. 
Thomas Saxby SMITH
 
10832 1 JUL 1838 Thompson B. SMITH
 
10833 Thompson B. SMITH
 
10834 From (a) Phoebe Phillips du Cane, wife of Peter du Cane (heiress under the will of her mother Mary Tredcroft, née Michell, who died in April 1794; Will dated 25 October 1791, codicil 4 January 1794); (b) William Smith of Horsham, esq., (exor. of the said will)

Mary Du Cane (b 09.1770, d 23.04.1844). m. (22.08.1794) Edmond Smith (d 29.10.1845, son of William of Horsham Park & Woodbridge House, Guildford) 
Rev William SMITH
 
10835 Baptism date: 6 JAN 1845
Baptism place: Rottingdean, Sussex 
William James SMITH
 
10836 High Sheriff of the county in the year 1848 / and for some years represented the Western Division in Parliament William Masters SMITH
 
10837 daughter of PHILIP SMITH COXE Mary SMITH COXE
 
10838 1911 - Pooles Lane, Selsley
1881 - 25 Selsley Hill, Kings Stanley, widow 
Anne SMITH or CURTIS WOOD
 
10839 Born Cowburn, took the name of Smith-Masters (or Masters Smith) when he inherited the estate (Camer) of his Aunt’s husband (after 1861, his children being born Cowburn). The Rev. Allan SMITH-MASTERS, of Camer
 
10840 George left England with the battalion, arriving in France late July 1915. The battalion’s first taste of the trenches was mid August and, whilst digging early in the morning of the 19th August 1915, 2/Lt Smith-Masters ventured out of the trenches and was shot dead by a sniper. He was aged 20 and became the battalions first death in combat. George was the son of John Ernest and Eliza Margaret Smith-Masters, of Camer, Meopham in Kent and lived in Kidmore End, Oxfordshire himself. He is buried in Dranoutre Military Cemetery, 12km south of Ypres. George Arthur SMITH-MASTERS
 
10841 While Mayor, Smith entertained Edward IV who gave him a sword in appreciation. His grandson emigrated to America with the Rev John Davenport and founded New Haven, Connecticut. A living descendent, Peter Smith lives in Chevy Chase Maryland. The sword can be seen in the Guildhall. Robert SMITHE
 
10842 dau of William
1c 1s 
Elizabeth (Lissie) SMYTH
 
10843 so the legend runs, was born,
and also bred in Gascony by Sir N. Neville. Arrived at
man's estate, he entered the service of Richard II., and
at the decease of his elder brother came to England.
On Henry coming to the throne he fled the realm,
and his uncle, Sir George, took possession of Caring-
ton and the estates. In 1404 he changed his name
to Smyth, and sought sanctuary at St Osyth's Abbey,
where he found a patron in his kinsman, the Abbot
Curzon. He must have been under attainder, for
he never dared attempt to recover his rights, and
continued to the end to disguise himself as Smyth,
adopting a fresh coat of arms viz. a cross between
four peacocks (vide "Visitation of Essex"). He
married (2) Millicent, daughter of Robert Laynham,
and heiress of her grandfather, Lord Mayor Hende.
By her he had (a) Thomas of Rivenhall = (1) . . .
Hamond, and by her had Sir Thomas of Rivenhall ;
= (2) Isabella, daughter of William Toft of Little
Baddow, and by her had Sir Clement, who = Dorothy,
sister of Queen Jane Seymour ; John, Serjeant-at-
Law ; Leonard of Shuldham. (b) Robert, who left
issue, (c) Hugh of Cressing Temple. And others. 
John SMYTH
 
10844 dau of Andrew Mary SMYTH
 
10845 dau of John Smyth and Jane Campbell Mary SMYTH
 
10846 BUT By 1575
Smythe, Thomas
Occ. as Clerk of Green Cloth 18 Aug. 1575 (CPR 1572-5, p. 550(3233)).http://www.history.ac.uk/resources/office/greencloth_clerk

and

Eleanor Haselrigge’s first husband was Thomas Smythe (buried 26 January 1576), esquire, of Mitcham, Surrey, Clerk of the Green Cloth, whose first wife was Mary Cely. In his will THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES PROB 11/75/199 5, Thomas Smyth names three sons, George Smythe, Edmund Smythe and Edward Smythe, and three daughters, Mary Smythe (wife of Edward Brabazon), Eleanor Smythe (who later married a husband surnamed Borne) and Mary Smythe the younger, as well as a ‘daughter-in-law, Macklyn Selye’. In his will Smythe also mentions his chambers at court, as well as his chambers in the Blackfriars. See his will, TNA PROB 11 58/306; and Jewitt, Llewellynn, ed., The Reliquary, (London: Bemrose and Sons, 1877-8), Vol. XVIII, pp. 141-2 at: 
Thomas SMYTH
 
10847 heiress of her father;
m . 2 n d 1635/49 Sir Edward Herbert d. after 1660 
Margaret SMYTHE
 
10848 Shotts Kirk
ILMO our dear father George Sneddon d. 28.7.194 aged 60y. Also our dear mother Catherine Vance d. 16.3.1963 aged 73y. Their daughter Margaret d. 3.4.1992 aged 74y 
George SNEDDON
 
10849 3 daughters Elizabeth SNEYD
 
10850 several earlier generations with not much detail Richard SNEYDE
 

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