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Mace Smith (1789 - 1868)

Mace Smith
Born in Livermore, Cumberland, Massachusetts, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 14 Feb 1810 in Fayette, Kennebec, Mainemap
Descendants descendants
Died in East Livermore, Androscoggin County, Maine, United Statesmap
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Biography

Birth

Mace Smith was born at Livermore, Maine (then in Massachusetts), on 22 Jul 1789, the son of Jesse Smith and Sarah (Briggs) Smith.[1]

Marriage

On 27 Jan 1810, Mace Smith and Sally Knowles published at Fayette, Maine (then in Massachusetts), their intention to marry.[2] On 12 Feb 1810, the town clerk of Livermore, Maine (then in Massachusetts), certified "that an intention of marriage between Mr. Mace Smith of Livermore & Miss Salley Noles of Viana hath been entered with me fourteen days prior to the Date hearof [sic] and hath been published in Livermore as the Law Directs.[3] They married at Fayette on 14 Feb 1810.[4]

Sources

  1. Vital Records of Livermore, Maine; Vital and town records, 1797-1910; "Livermore Vital Records, 1786-1840," page 208, FHL Microfilm 11332, Image 137 of 718
  2. Vital Records of Fayette, Maine, "Fayette Vital Records, 178501843, image 215 of 280; FHL Microfilm 007834656
  3. Vital Records of Livermore, Maine; "Livermore Vital Records, 1762-1810," unpaginated; FHL Microfilm 11332, image 304 of 718
  4. Maine Marriages, 1771-1907, database, FamilySearch, : 14 January 2020), Mace Smith, 1810.
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