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William D. Smith


William D. Smith was born about 1792, and died 18 September 1875.


He married first to Mary (Polly) Arisman, 5 November 1821, in Nelson County, Virginia. If they had any children, I have not identified them.


He married second to Delilah Allen, 28 October 1828, in Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia.

Their children:

1) Martha Smith, born about 1830

2) John Smith, born about 1832

3) Susan Smith, born about 1834

4) Joseph Smith, born about 1836

5) Elizabeth Smith, born about 1838

6) Mary Smith, born about 1839

7) Sally Smith, born about 1841

8) Catharine Smith, born about 1843

9) Barbary Smith, born about 1845

10) Eliza Smith, born about 1847

11) Della Smith, born about 1848

12) Eula Smith, born about 1949

13) Margarette Smith, born 1849, m: Mr. Rankin


It is reported that William D. Smith had 15 children, from his two marriages. This is all I know about this family. Would welcome help in identifing all those Smith girls. Not an easy chore.

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John Smith Jr.


John Smith Jr. was born 1801 in Albemarle County, Virginia, and died in 1844 in Cooper County, Missouri.


He married Mary Jane Foster, 17 November 1821 in Albemarle County, Virginia.


Their Children:

1) Lucy Jane Smith, born 28 Feb 1822, m: Henry Pagette Potts

2) Meredith Smith

3) Sarah Smith, born about 1826

4) Martha Ann Smith, born 4 Aug 1828, m: John Briscoe Woolery, m2: William Robertson

5) Judy Cathorine Smith, born 3 September 1830, m: William Garlington Potts

6) Claudius Smith

7) Vanburen Smith, born 27 Aug 1837, m: Jane C. Fowler

8) Mary Susan Mildred Smith, born about 1842


The information for this family has had a lot of contradicting records. The above is the best I can do with the data that I have.

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