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Offspring of William Smith and Isabella Brown (1790-1864)
William Smith (1813-1854) Sarah Smith (1815-1815) James Smith (1816-1894) 4 March 1816 Field of Mars, New South Wales, Australia 14 November 1894 Pennant Hills, New South Wales, Australia-Married Susannah Bellamy (1821-1890) Charles Smith (1818-1889) Joseph Smith (1820-1894) Emily Hope Smith (1822-1904) Caroline Smith (1825-1851)1 October 1825 Field of Mars, New South Wales, Australia 22 June 1851 Dundas, New South Wales, Australia-Marries John Eyles (1814-1878) Robert Smith (1828-1906) Thomas Andrew Smith (1831-1889) Reuben Smith (1833-1869)
Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Monday 10 September 1906, page 1.  SMITH. - September 6, 1906, at Parramatta, Robert Smith, beloved uncle of Mr. James Smith, of "Arthurleigh," Carlingford; aged 76 years. At rest.
The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1919), Saturday 8 September 1906.  SMITH. - The Friends of the late Mr ROBERT SMITH are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the residence of his nephew, Mr. James Smith, Arthursleigh, Pennant Hills-road, Carlingford, THIS SATURDAY at 3.30 p.m., tor Church of England Cemetery, Carlingford. R. METCALFE Undertaker, Tel ., 96. Parramatta.
The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1919), Saturday 15 September 1906.  Carlingford. DEATH. A much respected resident, Mr. Robert Smith, aged 70, passed away on Thursday of last week, at the residence of his nephew, Mr. James Smith, of "Arthursleigh," Carlingford, after a long illness. The deceased was closely connected with several of the leading families in the district. The funeral, which, attended by many sorrowing relatives and friends, took place at the Church of England burial ground, Carlingford, on Saturday last, the Rev. J. Young officiating, and Mr. R. Metcalfe having charge of the arrangements.
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