Thomas Smith made his will on 13 January 1685. It was proved on 02 January 1685/86. Therefore he died sometime in 1685 (probably in December), Calvert Co., Maryland. He mentioned his wife Alice, his youngest son Joseph, his daughter Mary, his second son Nathan, his eldest son Thomas and his daughters Margaret and Sarah, both of whom were under 18. His son-in-laws Richard Harrison and Samuel Chew were his overseers and his wife Alice was the executrix. He left his wife Alice his dwelling house and plantation for life, except for 60 acres given to his son Joseph.
Alice Smith Signed her will on 9 May 1698; it was proved on 22 Jul 1699. She mentions her eldest son Thomas; her son Nathan; her daughters Margaret Richardson and Sarah Sparrow; her grandson Joseph Smith; her granddaughter Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin Chew; her granddaughter Elizabeth Harrison; her grandchildren Samuel, Mary and Richard Harrison. Her sons Thomas and Nathan were her executors.
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