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Redden P. Smith (1842 - 1909)

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Redden P. Smith
Born in GAmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Laurel Hill Cem, Thomasville, Thomas, GAmap
Profile last modified 8 Sep 2019 | Created 29 Apr 2013 | Last significant change: 8 Sep 2019
22:48: Cindy (Bourque) Cooper edited the Biography for Redden P. Smith (1842-1909). (Renamed DNA DBE 213) [Thank Cindy for this]
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Contents

Biography

1850 Census Thomas Co., GA 7

1865 Confederate soldier

1870 Census GA 28

1880 Census Thomasville, Thomas, GA 37

Lawyer & Millionaire

Photographed Primary Sources

Find-A-Grave Virtual Cemetery memorial #27032837 in Laurel Hill Cem, Thomasville, Thomas, GA

DNA Confirmation

Redden Smith family

A descendant matches all the kits in YDNA group NE18, Rhode Island Christopher Smith (imm. from Stratford Upon Avon) on page 2 of SmithConnections Northeastern DNA Project, Kit #138195.

Acknowledgments

Thank you to Kitty Smith for contributions to this profile.



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