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Note: In the 1850 United States census, James A. Smith is age 17, a shoemaker, residing with Henry and Electa Partridge in Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts (1850 United States Census, population schedule, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Medfield; Dwelling #544, Family #701, Page 351B, accessed on National Archives publicaton M432, Roll 331).
In the 1870 U.S. Census, the James Alpheus Smith family resided in Ward 9 of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. The household included (1870 U.S. Census, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Boston Ward 9; Page 157B, Dwelling #171, Family #209, on National Archives publication M593, Roll 645):
* James Alpheus Smith - age 36, male, white, a machinistm born Mass.
* Annie Eliza Smith - age 33, female, white, keeping house, born Maine
* Annie Lucretia Smith - age 5, female, white, at hoe, born New Jersey
* Grace Louisa Smith - age 3, female, white, at home, born Rhode Island.
In the 1900 U.S. Census, the James Smith family resided in Detroit Ward 2, Wayne County, Michigan. The household included (1900 U.S. Census, Wayne County, Michigan, Detroit Ward 2; ED 15, Sheet 12A, Dwelling #229, Family #267, National Archives publication T623, Roll747):
* James A. Smith - head, white, male, born June 1834, age 65, married 35 years, born Mass., parents born Mass./Mass., a traveling salesman
* Anna E. Smith - wife, white, female, born Apr 1839, age 61, married 35 years, 2 children born, 2 living, born Maine, parents born Maine/Maine
Date: 6 JUN 1833
Place: Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
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