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Albert Smith (1763 - 1823)

Albert Smith
Born in Pembroke, Plymouth, Massachusetts Baymap
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Husband of — married 23 Aug 1787 in Hanover, Massachusetts, USAmap
Descendants descendants
Died at age 60 in Hanover, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 30 May 2009
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Biography

1776 Project
Private Albert Smith served with Plymouth County Militia, Massachusetts Militia during the American Revolution.

Albert Smith was born 22 Mar 1763 in Pembroke, MA. His parents were Josiah Smith and Mary Barker

Albert married Anna Lenthal (Eells) Smith Aug. 23, 1787. The couple had one child together, a baby girl named Elizabeth.

PVT Albert Smith passed away 28 Mar 1823 in Hanover, MA.

Sources

  • Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Genealogical Research Databases, database online, (http://www.dar.org/ : accessed 7 Aug 2021), "Record of Smith, Albert", Ancestor # A104626.

Descendant of Group 9 Rev John Smith (c1620 ENG - 1710 MA) m Susanna Hinckley & Sarah Poole on SmithConnections.com DNA Project

FTDNA SmithConnections NE Public Page

Find A Grave: Memorial #142555064 in Hanover Center Cem, Hanover, Plymouth, MA



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