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Samuel Smith Jr. (1696 - 1781)

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Samuel Smith Jr.
Born in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusettsmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusettsmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USAmap
Profile last modified | Created 4 Dec 2012
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Contents

Biography

Name

Name: Samuel /Smith/[1]

Marriage

Husband: Samuel Smith
Wife: Hannah Page
Child: Timothy Smith
Child: Sarah Smith
Child: Samuel Smith
Child: Samuel Smith
Child: Nathaniel Smith
Child: Joseph Smith
Child: Emerson Smith
Child: Daniel Smith
Child: John Smith
Child: Page Smith
Child: Susanna Smith
Marriage:
Date: BEF 1731
SDATE 31 DEC 1730
Place: Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA[2][3]

Residence

Residence:
Date: 1776
SDATE 1 JUL 1776
Place: Nottingham West (now Hudson), Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA

Death

Date: 2 JAN 1781
Place: Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA

Burial

Date: 1781
SDATE 1 JUL 1781
Place: Hudson Center Cemetery, Hudson, Hillsborough, New Hampshire[4][5]

Ancestral File Number

Ancestral File Number: 22B5-GB
Ancestral File Number: 15WQ-MGC

User ID

User ID: 081813D48642AA42923E586326FB8A06F7AE

Sources

  1. Source: #S175 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=14872176&pid=2048
  2. Source: #S406 Page: Page 85 Data: Text: PLAISTOW VITAL RECORDS: MARRIAGES SMITH: Samuel & Hannah Page, bef 1731 in Haverhill (MA VR)
  3. Source: #S531 Data: Text: Names Original Text Date Location Record Type SMITH Samuel Smith and Hannah Page married. Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States Marriage PAGE Samuel Smith and Hannah Page married. Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States Marriage SMITH John Born february 13 1747. of Samuel Smith and Hannah Page 1747Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States Birth
  4. Source: #S612
  5. Source: #S331 Data: Text: Birth: May 1, 1696 Haverhill Essex County Massachusetts, USA Death: Jan. 2, 1781 Hudson Hillsborough County New Hampshire, USA Family links: Children: Joseph Smith (1740 - 1816)* *Calculated relationship Note: Samuel Smith, born 1 May 1696; Died 2 Jan 1781. Samuel was the son of Samuel & Abigail(Emerson)Smith. He was born in Haverhill and was married to Hannah Page about 1730. Info from email: Marilyn at modonnel@stx.rr.com Burial: Old Hudson Center Cemetery Hudson Hillsborough County New Hampshire, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: lifelongnomad Record added: Oct 01, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 30238618
  • Find A Grave Memorial # 30238618
  • Source: S1 Abbreviation: Ancestral File (R) Title: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998) Repository: #R1 Repository: #R1
  • Repository: R1 Name: Family History Library Address: 35 N West Temple Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA Address 1: 35 N West Temple Street Address 2: Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA
  • Source: S111 Abbreviation: The descendants of Thomas Whittier and Ruth Green Title: Whittier, Charles Collyer, The descendants of Thomas Whittier and Ruth Green of Salisbury & Haverhill, Massachusetts The descendants of Thomas Whit (Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Pub. Co., 1937-1939, 632 pgs.) Repository: #R15 Page: pages 424-425 Data: Text: FOURTH GENERATION HANNAH PAGE (4) 036 HANNAH PAGE (4), (Abraham PAGE, Mary 2, Thomas 1), was born at Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 4, 1709; died at Hudson, N.H., Apr. 5, 1801. She married at Haverhill before 1731, Samuel Smith, who was born in Haverhill, May 1, 1696, and died at Hudson, N.H., Jan. 2, 1781. He was a son of Samuel and Abigail (Emerson) Smith. Children, one of whom was the following: 099 * 1. Page Smith (5), b. Haverhill, Mass., Feb. 28, 1750; md. Lydia Haseltine.
  • Repository: R15 Name: ancestry.com Address:
  • Source: S12 Abbreviation: Records of the First Church of Christ, Nottingham Title: transcribed by Frank Storey Osgood, Records of the First Church of Christ, Nottingham West (Hudson), New Hampshire, 1737–1795 Text: YearDateRecordOriginal Record SequenceType 1759Octr 2Samuel Smith & Jennet Hony ?more <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=214&oid=214&page=1>Marriage 1759Dr 5Revd Elias Smith & Catherine Blanchard dr 18, 1760July 6Henry Son to Samuel Smithmore <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=527&oid=527&page=1>Baptism 1760July 6Samuel Smith & Wife ownd ye Covntmore <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=71&oid=71&page=1>Membership 1762Octr 6Benjamin Smith & Hannah Lundmore <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=231&oid=231&page=1>Marriage 1762Novr 11Henry Hewey & Anney Smithmore <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=232&oid=232&page=1>Marriage 1764Feb. 17Thos. Son to Wm Tayler April Hannah Dr. to Sam1 Marsh May Johannah Dr. to Benjamin Smithmore <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=555&oid=555&page=1>Baptism Benjamin Son to Benjamin Smith 1765March 27Joseph Smith & Isebel Warson more <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=248&oid=248&page=1>Marriage John Son to Sam1 Smith 1768August 5 Samuel Smith & wife by more <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=90&oid=90&page=1>Membership Dismission frDismission from Haverhill 1769May 11David Smith & Ruhama Cutter more <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=259&oid=259&page=1>Marriage 1773April 22Stephen Hadley & Anna Smith more <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=294&oid=294&page=1>Marriage 1786April 4John Graham & Mary Smith more <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=364&oid=364&page=1>Marriage 1788Aug. 31Jenne ? Dr. to Samuel Smith Samuel Smith Son to Benjamin Abotmore <http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/NHHudsonChurch/browse.asp?id=668&oid=668&page=1>Baptism Repository: #R12 Repository: #R12 Data: Text: Records of the First Church of Christ, Nottingham West (Hudson), New Hampshire, 1737-1795 Year Date Record Type 1768 August 5 Abitha Win & wife Justin Daken Samuel Smith & wife by Dismission from Haverhill Andrew Jewet ? & wife by Disml from Pelm Membership
  • Repository: R12 Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society Address: 99 - 101 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02116 USA Address 1: 99 - 101 Newbury Street City: Boston State: MA Postal Code: 02116 Country: USA Phone Number: 888-296-3447 Web Address: www.americanancestors.org
  • Source: S154 Abbreviation: Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire Title: Metcalf, Henry Harrison, Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire (The Rumford Press, Concord, N.H., 1915) Repository: #R8 Page: Pages 427-429 Data: Text: PROBATE RECORDS OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE VOL. 3 1741-1749 STATE PAPERS SERIES VOL. 33 HENRY HARRISON METCALF Editor of State Papers OTIS GRANT HAMMOND Assistant CONCORD, N. H. THE.RUMFORD PRESS 1915 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS 427 SAMUEL SMITH HAVERHILL DIST. The Last Will and testament of Samuel Smith of haverhill Destrict and province of new hampshire in new England Mill wright * * * first I Give and bequeth to My well Beloved wife Abigail all my personal Estate to be by her freely posesed and Injoyed for ever I allso give my wife the free use and Improvement of all my Real Estate Dureing the term of her naturel Life— Secondly I Give and Bequeth to my Beloved Son Samuel Smith the whole of my homestead Lands and buildings and he is to Come into possesion of it at his mothers Decese— thirdly I give and Bequeth to My Beloved Son nathanel smith the sum of five shillings to be paid by my Executor at my Decesce— 428 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS fourthly I Give and Bequeth to my beloved Daughter Han- nah the Sum of five pounds old tenor: to be paid her by my Executor hereafter named at or before one full year wives Decese— fifthly I Give and bequeth to my Beloved Daughter Abigail the sum of twelve pounds old tenor: to be paid by my Exec- utor at or before two full years after my wives Decese— Sixthly I Give and Bequeth to my Beloved Daughter mehet- able the sum of five pounds old tenor: to be paid by my Exec- utor at or before three full years after My wives Decese— Seventhly I Give and bequeth to my Beloved Daughter mary the Sum of five pounds old tenor: to be paid by my Executor at or before four full years after my wives Decese— Eightly I Give and bequeth to my Beloved Daughter Sarah the sum of five pounds old tenor: to be paid by my Executor at or before five full years after my wives Decese— ninthly I Give and Bequeth to my Beloved Daughter Susanna the sum of five pounds old tenor: to be paid by my Executor at or before Six full years after my wives Decese— tenthly I Give and Bequeth to the Second Church of Christ in haverhill the Sum of forty Shillings old tenor to be my Executor at my Decese— Eleventhly I will and ordain that all those Debts which in Duty Right or Concience I owe to any person or persons what soever together with my funerall Expences and Charge: and allso the Legaces herein Expressed be well and truly paid by my Executor herein named— Lastly I Constitute ordain and appoint my Beloved Son Samuel Smith to be the Sole Executor of this my Last will and testament and I Do hereby utterly Revoke Disanul and Disalow all former wills testaments Legaces and Executors heretofore named or made Ratifiing and Confirming this and no other to be my Last will and testament in testimony whereof I the Said Samuel Smith have hereunto Set my hand and Seal this for— NEW HAMPSHIRE WILLS 429 teenth day of febuary anno Domini 1746: and in the twentyth year of his majestys Reign— Signed Sealed published pro- his nounced ed and Declared by the Samuel X Smith Said Samuel Smith to be his mark Last t will & testament in the presents of us Anne Harriman John Harriman Saml Harriman [Proved April 27, 1748.] [Bond of Samuel Smith, housewright, with John Harriman and Samuel Harriman, husbandmen, as sureties, all of Haverhill District, in the sum of £100, March I, 1748/9, for the execution will; witnesses, Joseph Freese and Solomon Smith.]
  • Repository: R8 Name: Seattle Public Library Address:
  • Source: S175 Abbreviation: Mass. Vital Records to 1850 Title: Mass. Vital Records to 1850 Repository: #R12 Data: Text: Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 Year Family Name Record Image Orig. Rec. Record Type Town 1720 SMITH Ane, d. Samuell and Sarah, Nov. 14, 1720. moreBirth Methuen 1725 SMITH Jonathan, s. Samuell and Sarah, June 9, 1725. more Birth Methuen 1728 SMITH Mary, d. Samuell and Sarah, Apr. 9, 1728. moreBirth Methuen 1746 SMITH Mary [of Haverhill. dup.], and James Swan, Apr. 10, 1746. more Marriage Methuen cms
  • Source: S331 Abbreviation: findagrave Title: Www.findagrave.com, online [www.findagrave.com], accessed 2/6/2007 Repository: #R80
  • Repository: R80 Name: Findagrave Address: Web Address: www.findagrave.com
  • Source: S352 Abbreviation: Hudson Center Cemetery Title: , compiler, Hudson Center Cemetery (Hudson, New Hampshire:,) Repository: #R56 Page: Page 56 Data: Text: Mr. Samuel Smith, June 2, 1781 -- aged 85 years and 21 days
  • Repository: R56 Name: Hills Memorial Library Address: 18 Library Street Hudson, NH 03051 United States Address 1: 18 Library Street City: Hudson State: NH Postal Code: 03051 Country: United States Phone Number: 603-886-6030 Web Address: http://www.hillsml.lib.nh.us/ Fax Number: 603-595-2850
  • Source: S353 Abbreviation: Clement Cemetery 1848-1908 Title: , editor, Clement Cemetery 1848-1908 (Hudson, Hillsborough, New Hampshire:,) Repository: #R56
  • Source: S364 Abbreviation: Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Title: William Richard Cutter, Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of (: Lewis historical publishing company, 1908) Repository: #R42 Page: Page 1656 Data: Text: II) Isaac Pollard, son of Francis (i) and Sarah (Webster) Pollard, born in Kingston, New Hampshire, March i. 1758, died in Plais- tow, New Hampshire, January 20, 1836. He resided in Plaistow, New Hampshire, and the old family homestead, somewhat modernized, now stands at the corner of Main street and Pollard road. He followed agriculture as a means of livelihood, and was highly respected in the community, being a man of sterling integrity and upright character, performing the duties of a good citizen, a kind neighbor, a loving husband and a considerate father. He married Lucy Smith, born February 23, 1771, died March 25. 1847, daughter of Joseph and Hannah (Harriman) Smith, and granddaughter of Samuel and (Page) Smith. Mrs. Pollard was prominently identified with the Baptist church of Plaistow, and was largely instrumental in its organization in 1836. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Pollard: i. John, born May 27, 1798, died July 29, 1847; married, April 27 or 29. 1828, Louisa Tucker. 2. Lucy, born July 5, 1800, died December 13,• 1832; married, December 3, 1822, John Edwards. 3. Relief, born October 2, 1802, died 2, 1879; married April 27, 1831, Richard Ayer. 4. Eliza, born November 2, 1804, died December 8, 1859; married, April 27, 1830, David Clark. 5. Phebe Maria, born November, 1806, died May 4, 1811. 6. James Smith, born January i, 1810, died January 28, 1810. 7. Joseph Smith, born November 28, 1811, mentioned below. 8. Phebe Maria, born January 28, 1814, died April 20, 1834. Samuel Smith, grandfather of Lucy(Smith) Pollard, born 1694, died in Plaistow, New Hampshire, January 2, 1781, aged eighty-six years, married Page, born 1709, died in Hudson, New Hampshire, April 5, 1801, aged ninety-two years and three months. They were the parents of ten children, among whom were : Jonathan, Timothy, Page, Emerson, Nathaniel, Joseph, Hannah, Sarah. Joseph Smith, father of Lucy (Smith) Pollard, was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, January 22, 1740 (old style), died in Hampstead, New Hampshire, January 28, 1816. He served in the Revolutionary war as lieutenant in Captain Jeremiah Gilman's company, Colonel Nixon's regiment. He settled in Plaistow, New Hampshire, and later removed to Hampstead, same state. He married Hannah Harriman, May 16, 1762, by whom he had children: James, Betsey, William, Hannah, Lucy, Timothy, Stephen, Joseph, Sarah, Stephen (and). Lucy, aforementioned was the wife of Isaac Pollard. (Ill) Colonel Joseph Smith Pollard, third son of Isaac (2) and Lucy (Smith) Pollard, born in Plaistow, New Hampshire, November 28, 1811, died August 30, 1884. He was a prominent citizen of Plaistow and during his residence in that town was largely identified with its interests. Besides serving in various town offices he was postmaster, and represented the town in the legislature of his native state. He was very prominent in military affairs, and was colonel of the Seventh Regiment State Militia, at that time the crack regiment of the state. In 1854, accompanied by his family, he removed to Lowell, Massachusetts, and for several years as engaged in mercantile business. Later he was appointed to a prominent position in the Boston custom house, which he occupied for fourteen years. In 1857 he was representative to the general court from Lowell : member of common council 1864-65 : alderman 1878-79; overseer of the poor 1879-80; director of City Library 1866- 67, and for many years a trustee of the Middlesex North Agricultural Society. He was a devoted friend of temperance, his influence was always exerted for morality, and he was
  • Repository: R42 Name: books.google.com Address:
  • Source: S368 Abbreviation: Inhabitants of New Hampshire 1776 Title: Emily S. Wilson, compiler, Inhabitants of New Hampshire 1776 (Lambertville, New Jersey: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983) Repository: #R8 Page: page 102 Data: Text: SMITH Samuel Acworth Sm'll Allentown Samuel Epping Samuel Hopkington Samuel Lee Samuel New Boston Samuel, n. New Boston Samuel North Hampton Samuel Nottingham West Samuel Pembroke Samuel Surry Samuel Stratham Samuel (Capt.) n., Winchester n. = Non-Associatior, that is, a man who refused to sign the Associatio. Since these names are written by someone other than the man himself, they sometimes appear in the record in a very mutilated form.
  • Source: S406 Abbreviation: The Vital Records of Plaistow, New Hampshire Earliest to 1900 with Supplements Title: Moulton, Mary Ellen, compiler, The Vital Records of Plaistow, New Hampshire Earliest to 1900 with Supplements (Decorah, Iowa: Anundsen Publishing Company, 2007)
  • Source: S52 Abbreviation: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Title: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Repository: #R12 Page: Volume 92, Pages 289-290
  • Source: S531 Abbreviation: Plaistow, NH: Vital Records, 1652 - 1905 Title: Priscilla Hammond, Plaistow, NH: Vital Records, 1652 - 1905 (: , ), . Note: About Plaistow, NH: Vital Records, 1652 - 1905 The town of Plaistow, New Hampshire, was originally part of Haverhill, Massachusetts, before its annexation to New Hampshire. It was chartered as a separate parish in 1749 and the town was established in 1761. These records were abstracted by Priscilla Hammond of Concord, New Hampshire, in 1937.From the manuscript: "The following records of Plaistow families were secured from a voluminous manuscript notebook in the possession of the New Hampshire Historical Society in Concord. In checking over and comparing these records with those already secured from the town's original record books much additional information was found. It is believed that the information from the manuscript notebook was compiled from church records, later town records, and records from neighboring towns about Plaistow as well as private sources. In order to save repetition only such information as was not included in the original record books of the town is set down in the following pages so when a page is mentioned please refer back to that page in order to have the full information concerning a family all together." Citation Information Plaistow, NH: Vital Records of Plaistow. (Online database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011), (Typescript abstraction of original town record books and other sources by Priscilla Hammond. "Vital records of Plaistow, New Hampshire: compiled from the town's original record books 1726-1871 and other sources. Earliest and latest dates recorded 1652-1905," 1937. R. Stanton Avery Special Collections, NEHGS, Boston, MA.) Repository: #R89
  • Repository: R89 Name: Library of Claire Smith Address:
  • Source: S54 Abbreviation: Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 Title: Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850 Repository: #R12 Data: Text: marriage to Sarah George: 1719 GEORGE Sarah, and Samuel Smith, jr., Jan. 14, 1719-20. Marriage Haverhill <../vital_records/?page_id=792&seq_num=100051> marriage to Hannah Page: 1731 PAGE Hannah, and Samuel Smith, jr., 2d m. <> [bef. 1731.]. Marriage Haverhill <../vital_records/?page_id=792&seq_num=100051> 1696 SMITH Samuel, s. <> Sam[uel] and Abigail (Emerson), May 1, 1696. Birth Haverhill <../vital_records/?page_id=792&seq_num=100051>
  • Source: S612 Abbreviation: Hudson Center Cemetery, Hudson, NH Title: Hudson Center Cemetery, Hudson, NH
  • Source: S62 Abbreviation: History of Hillsborough, N.H., 1795-1921 Title: G. Waldo Browne, History of Hillsborough, N.H., 1795-1921 Repository: #R12 Page: pages 529-531
  • Source: S75 Abbreviation: 1790 United States Federal Census Title: 1790 United States Federal Census Repository: #R17 Page: Series: M637 Roll: 5 Page: 274 Data: Text: The 1790 census was the first U.S. census and was very simple. It asked for name of the family head, number of free white males above 16 years old, number of free white males under 16, number of free white females, number of slaves, number of other persons, and sometimes town or district of residence. Keep in mind that only two-thirds of these census records survived because the census takers only task with the original census return was to post it in two public places in his area, so if they were damaged, stolen, or neglected, the results were gone forever. Samuel Smith Jr. 1 - 2 Sam'l Smith 3 1 4 Thomas Smith 3 2 6
  • Repository: R17 Name: ancestry.com Address:
  • Source: S86 Abbreviation: Vital Records of Plaistow, NH Title: Vital Records of Plaistow, NH Text: Vital Records of Plaistow, NH 1798 1798 - March 8th Nathaniel Heath with Salley Peaslee Both of Plastow. March 21st Joseph Smith with Nabby Heath Both of Plastow. august 22d Samuel Page of Haverhill with Submit Jeffers of Plaistow. Novembr 29 Benjamin Harriman of Plastow with Hannah perry of Haverhill. Repository: #R12 Data: Text: Vital Records of Plaistow, NH Year Record Type Samuel Smith and Hannah Page Married. Marriage
  • Source: S9 Abbreviation: History of Hudson, N.H. : formerly a part of Dunst Title: Webster, Kimball, History of Hudson, N.H. : formerly a part of Dunstable, Mass., 1673-1733, Nottingham, Mass., 1733-1741, District of Notti (Manchester, N.H.: Granite State Pub. Co., 1913, 704 pgs.) Note: History of Hudson, N.H. : formerly a part of Dunstable, Mass., 1673-1733, Nottingham, Mass., 1733-1741, District of Nottingham, 1741-1746, Nottingham West, N.H., 1746-1830, Hudson, N.H., 1830-1912 Repository: #R15 Repository: #R15 Page: Page 232, 237, 258, 260 , 306, 491


Acknowledgments

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Biography

Samuel Smith was born on May 1, 1696, in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts[6]. He was the son of Samuel and Abigail (Emerson) Smith.

Sources

  1. Source: #S175 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=14872176&pid=2048
  2. Source: #S406 Page: Page 85 Data: Text: PLAISTOW VITAL RECORDS: MARRIAGES SMITH: Samuel & Hannah Page, bef 1731 in Haverhill (MA VR)
  3. Source: #S531 Data: Text: Names Original Text Date Location Record Type SMITH Samuel Smith and Hannah Page married. Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States Marriage PAGE Samuel Smith and Hannah Page married. Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States Marriage SMITH John Born february 13 1747. of Samuel Smith and Hannah Page 1747Plaistow, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States Birth
  4. Source: #S612
  5. Source: #S331 Data: Text: Birth: May 1, 1696 Haverhill Essex County Massachusetts, USA Death: Jan. 2, 1781 Hudson Hillsborough County New Hampshire, USA Family links: Children: Joseph Smith (1740 - 1816)* *Calculated relationship Note: Samuel Smith, born 1 May 1696; Died 2 Jan 1781. Samuel was the son of Samuel & Abigail(Emerson)Smith. He was born in Haverhill and was married to Hannah Page about 1730. Info from email: Marilyn at modonnel@stx.rr.com Burial: Old Hudson Center Cemetery Hudson Hillsborough County New Hampshire, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: lifelongnomad Record added: Oct 01, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 30238618
  6. Topsfield Historical Society, Vital Records of Haverhill, Massachusetts to the end of the Year 1849 Volume I - Births (Topsfield, Mass. 1910)(Free e-book)(Records are also available at ma-vitalrecords.org) p. 280
  • Source: S175 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.; Repository: #R1 NOTEThis information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created.
  • Repository: R1 Name: Ancestry.com Address: http://www.Ancestry.com E-Mail Address: Phone Number:

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Smith-101752 and Smith-34831 appear to represent the same person because: Dates, parents match.

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Smith-54109 and Smith-34831 are not ready to be merged because: Same person as far as name , date of birth and place, death date and place to be confirmed

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Smith-50100 and Smith-34831 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, same wife, mo conflicting data



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