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Susan Smith

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Susan Smith
Born 1940s.
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Sister of and [private sister (1930s - unknown)]
Mother of [private son (1960s - unknown)], [private son (1960s - unknown)] and [private daughter (1970s - unknown)]
Profile last modified | Created 30 Apr 2018 | Last significant change: 19 Oct 2021
09:54: Susan Smith edited the Biography for Susan Smith. (Minor corrections. ) [Thank Susan for this]
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Thank you, Susan, for the format assistance on Linville-168. I appreciate it.
posted by Clark Stephens
Thank you, Pat, for your appreciation. I just did a tad more on the formatting, nothing major
posted by Susan Smith
Thank you for all the work you did on Phillip Ward (1849-1915).
posted by Pat (Fuller) Credit
Yes, I'm related to the Tinsley family that are descended from WikiTree "Sarah (Howell) Tinsley (1804-1863)," WikiTree: The Free Family Tree, (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Howell-8426 : accessed 29 May 2021).

Susan is Sarah's second great grand niece - Sarah (Howell) Tinsley and Susan Smith are both descendants of James Howell.

Currently have 134 descendants on her desc list, 122 of them placed there by me

I'll be attending to the Tinsley line I'm related to off and on ... someday I'm going to catch up with myself and say: behold, I have completed the task .. well, it's a nice daydream, anyway

posted by Susan Smith
Hello, Cousin, don't mind the pix at all, but wow, that was FAST work, Cousin, I "JUST" barely got Sarah Francis Tinsley McCarty squared away, created 17 Apr 2021 and edited the marriage (est. I think) today to Samuel Clinton McCarty --

Having some indecision with child Sidney K. McCarty, have one that is (1879 KY - 1955 CA) and if this is the same child he was a disable military service person by 1907 ...

WikiTree contributors, "Sarah Francis (Tinsley) Mccarty (1856-1945)," WikiTree: The Free Family Tree, (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Tinsley-1579 : accessed 26 May 2021).

posted by Susan Smith
Susan,

I see that you worked on Essie Marie (Tinsley) Walck (1922-1997) Essie and Lucinda are 7th cousins once removed. Essie (Tinsley) Walck and Lucinda (Roberson) Hawkes are both descendants of Thomas Tinsley II. Thanks for working on the Tinsley tree! Lucinda

Hi 8th Cousin,

I see that we are related. Susan Smith and Lucinda (Roberson) Hawkes are both descendants of Thomas Tinsley II. His son, Isaac Tinsley is my DAR Patriot. His father, Edward Tinsley is also listed as a patriot too. I added a headstone picture to Sarah Francis Tinsley McCarty, hope you don't mind. Hope you are doing well. Lucinda Louisa Roberson Hawkes

Susan and Lucinda are 8th cousins

1. Susan is the daughter of Joel Smith [confident] 2. Joel is the son of Harriet Mary (Medlock) Smith (1864-1938) [confident] 3. Harriet is the daughter of Melissa Olivine Caroline (Huffman) Medlock (1840-1911) [confident] 4. Melissa is the daughter of Martha (Chaffin) Huffman (1806-1850) [confident] 5. Martha is the daughter of Elias Chaffin (1763-1837) [unknown confidence] 6. Elias is the son of John Chaffin (1744-1778) [unknown confidence] 7. John is the son of Elizabeth Esther (Tinsley) Chaffin (1730-1804) [confident] 8. Elizabeth is the daughter of Isaac Tinsley (1700-1776) [unknown confidence] 9. Isaac is the son of Thomas Tinsley II (abt.1638-1716) [confident] This makes Thomas the seventh great grandfather of Susan.

1. Lucinda is the daughter of Beverly (Barnes) Roberson [confident] 2. Beverly is the daughter of Florence Evelyn (Tinsley) Barnes (1899-1973) [confident] 3. Florence is the daughter of Henderson Leonidas Tinsley (1878-1951) [confident] 4. Henderson is the son of Isaac Henderson Tinsley (1847-1882) [unknown confidence] 5. Henderson is the son of Isaac Turner Tinsley (1801-1874) [confident] 6. Isaac is the son of Moses Tinsley (1778-abt.1815) [confident] 7. Moses is the son of Isaac Tinsley (abt.1748-1814) [unknown confidence] 8. Isaac is the son of Edward Tinsley (abt.1704-abt.1782) [unknown confidence] 9. Edward is the son of Thomas Tinsley II (abt.1638-1716) [confident] This makes Thomas the seventh great grandfather of Lucinda.

posted by Lucinda (Roberson) Hawkes
edited by Lucinda (Roberson) Hawkes
Susan, I am Arlene Huffman Adams. I saw where you had some questions related to my paternal great-grandmother, Eliza Jane Harris Huffman Fletcher. Just curious how we could be related?? Your name line doesn't show up in my info, of which I don't have a tremendous amount. Love to hear from you. My e-mail is [email address removed] p>Thank you, Arlene :-)

posted by Arlene (Huffman) Adams
ANOTHER COMPLETELY USEFUL WEBSITE TO FREE RESOURCES and the website is done by a WT PM

KITTY'S LIBRARY https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Kitty's_Library

posted by Susan Smith
Hi! You asked about DNA acronyms/abbreviations... The Abbreviations & Acronyms page has one - MRCA - with a link to https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:DNA_Project_Resources_Page#MRCA ... you might be able to see a lot of other terms there. I struggle with understanding DNA myself - what I do understand now is thanks to the patience & kind tutoring of DNA Project folks.

If there are DNA-related acronyms or abbreviations that aren't covered by that page, you might want to suggest that the DNA Project consider a project glossary and/or an acronym & abbreviation page in addition to https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:DNA_Project_Resources_Page

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR (FOR ME)

United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014 https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/2333694

United States Census, 1850 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1401638

United States Census, 1860 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1473181

United States Census, 1870 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1438024

United States Census, 1880 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1417683

United States Census, 1900 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1325221

United States Census, 1910 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1727033

United States Census, 1920 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1488411

United States Census, 1930 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1810731

United States Census, 1940 — FamilySearch.org https://www.familysearch.org/1940census

STATE CENSUS Start with the State Archives https://www.archives.gov/research/alic/reference/state-archives.html

STATE CENSUS https://www.census.gov/history/www/genealogy/other_resources/state_censuses.html

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