Merlin Charles Smith

Butch Smith

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Butch C. Smith
Born 1950s.
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Son of and [private mother (1930s - unknown)]
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Categories: Scottish Clans Project | Smith Researchers | Luzerne County,Pennsylvania Research Assistant | Columbia County,Pennsylvania Research Assistant | United States of America Research Assistance | Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania Genealogy Resources | Pennsylvania Place Studies | Pennsylvania Companies | Clan Campbell | Clan Crawford.


Butch Smith is a member of Clan Campbell.
Butch Smith is a member of Clan Crawford.


Contents

Biography

  • One of the seventh generation of Smiths that have farmed the land of Nescopeck Twp,Pa since the early 1800s. Amatuer genealogist,amateur photographer,just wanted to be sure our family was included in the history of this area.

Sources

  • First-hand information. Entered by Butch Smith at registration.

local genealogy resources

Cemeteries and church records

Books of local interest


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Followed Tags
Butch is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
1776
I have a few ancestors and a few other profiles that I look after that were involved in the Revolutionery War.
ARBORISTS
I spend a fair amount of time merging duplicates,I believe,in some instances,it helps to break down brick walls.
CAMPBELL
Dad's mothers maiden name.
CEMETERIES
I'm mostly interested in cemeteries in Pa,and more specifically the cemeteries in Luzerne and Columbia counties.
CRAWFORD
Mom's side was Crawford on the paternal side and her Mother was a Wirsing
HARTER
I have ancestors from the Harter family,the Harters appear to have married into most of the early families that came to the Nescopeck/Wapwallopen area.
IRISH_ROOTS
My Campbell family came from Ireland about 1850.
NESCOPECK
My families were some of the earliest families to settle in this region.
ONE_PLACE_STUDIES
I'm currently working on a project for Nescopeck,Pa as it was in or just before 1800. At that time it was an area that eventually split into about 6 different townships. I'm also working on a cemetery project for the current cemeteries in Nescopeck Twp.
PENN
Evan Owen,a Quaker whose family came to Pennsylvania with William Penn played a big part in the settling of the lower Luzerne county area of Northeast Pennsylvania. A lot of the early settlers to this region were Quakers.
PRE-1500
Early ancestors
QUAKERS
There appears to be a fairly large contingent of Quakers that were early settlers in Columbia County. The earliest meeting houses in Columbia County were built in Catawissa and Millville in the late 1700s,there was also a meeting house in Berwick for a short while.
RESEARCH_ASSISTANT
Willing to help with research in Pennsylvania,especially Columbia and Luzerne counties.
SCOTTISH_CLANS
My Grandparents were Campbells and Crawfords.
SMITH
My Dad's family is Smith on the paternal side and and his Mother was a Campbell.
US_HISTORY
I'm as interested in early Pa history as I am about genealogy,especially,early Pa history,Palatinate and Quaker migration,the founding of Philadelphia,migration routes and such.
VOLUNTEER_COORDINATORS
I'd be interested in helping with this.
WAPWALLOPEN
I have quite a few ancestors from Wapwallopen.


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On 10 Feb 2018 at 00:53 GMT William Seabrook wrote:

I am interested in the pre-1700 area of the South Carolina families to connect with English ancestors. So far I have not found anyone else working specifically in this area.

On 4 Feb 2018 at 18:45 GMT Henk Links wrote:

Hi Butch, thank you for inviting me for pre-1700 projects. I'll rather will find my way in the Dutch Roots Project... or please tell me what you have discovered about my ancestors in Norway ;-)

All the best, Henk

On 28 Jan 2018 at 14:01 GMT Curtis Delicata wrote:

Thank you for confirming I did the correct procedure.

I cannot seem to find the specific person to contact to officially to turn my free space into a sub project? I did manage to get the free space listing under European Countries. Was that correct?

Curtis

On 28 Jan 2018 at 13:24 GMT Curtis Delicata wrote:

Hi Butch,

Thank you for your comment about pre-1700.

I have previously started a free space project for Malta as there is no project for the country. It was my understanding I had to create one if it did not exist?

I am now going to promote the project with my genealogist friends involved with Maltese research and start a sub-project if possible?

Curtis

On 23 Jan 2018 at 13:57 GMT Susie MacLeod wrote:

Hi there,

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On 21 Jan 2018 at 19:30 GMT Janet Kruse wrote:

Thank you Butch for posting about the pre-1700s group!

On 14 Jan 2018 at 13:58 GMT John Moyer wrote:

Hello Butch

Which pre-1700 project does Lotschar-5 belong to?

Thanks. John

On 11 Jan 2018 at 03:21 GMT Star Kline wrote:

Hi Butch,

I saw you updated the St. Johns Cemetery page recently and was excited to discover that we are fifth cousins, sharing the same 4th great grandparents - Hannah Doll and Jacob Ruchstein/Rustay. I'm happy to see that there is another serious genealogist in the family. You have just given me incentive to work more diligently on that line and clean up those profiles!

Happy New Year!

Star

On 7 Jan 2018 at 22:53 GMT Bill Warner wrote:

Thank you for the information. It was very helpful.

Happy New Year, Bill

On 23 Dec 2017 at 13:40 GMT Jean Evans wrote:

Many thanks for your helpful message recently - and Happy Xmas.

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