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RECORD 



THE SMITH FAMILY 



DESCENDED FROM 



JOHN SMITH 



BORN 1655 



COUNTY MONAGHAN, IRELAND 



PHILADELPHIA 
1906 



GEORGE F. LASHER 



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PREFACE. 



The following pages contain what I have been able to gather of the history 
of the descendants of John Smith, born in Ireland in 1686, died in Uwchlan, 
Chester Co., Pa., December 19, 1765; and his wife, Susanna, born in Ireland in 
1691, died in Uwchlan, Chester Co., Pa., December 24, 1767. 

The search for material for this record has been prolonged for thirty-three 
years, and while something more conld still be found by patient work, it is not 
worth while to withhold longer from publication what has been collected. 

The inquest really goes a little further back, to John Smith, born about 
1655, who never left Ireland, but of whose children, three came to America, and 
are known to us. Of the second child, Mary Smith, who man-ied William Ful- 
ton, some record is preserved for four generations, her family record ceasing, so 
far as it is hereinafter disclosed, with her great-great-grand-children. The de- 
scendants of the younger brother, Joseph Smith, are followed for three genera- 
tions, and cease with his great-grand-children. 

But the two younger membei"s of the family who came to this country are 
merely introduced herein to connect them with John Smith, their older brother, 
and to give to any one who wishes to follow oiit the history of those families a 
start where the traditions may be a little blind. 

Much care has been taken to get all the facts that have been here assem- 
bled, though it has been mostly expended in the last few years. 

It will be seen that, of tlie fifteen children of John and Susanna Smith, who 
were mostly born in America, and are herein called Generation XVI, four 
persons are unnamed ; two more, Jacob and Samuel, did not marry, and of five 
more, John, Abraham, Isaac, Elizabeth and Susanna, I have found no record 
coming douai to the present time; this account is therefore largely of the de- 
scendants of the remaining children, James, Robert, Mary and Sarah ; and of 
these, the oldest, James, has not left much record, so that the story hereinafter 
told concerns chiefly at the present time the descendants of the three remaining 
children, Robert, Mary and Sarah. In the last Generation that has approached 
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eoinpletiou, XXI, which contains 848 names, 11 of them are descended from 
James Smith; 558 from Robert Smith; 254 from Mary Smith, and 25 from 
Sarah Smith, so that the record is largely of the families of Eobert and Mary 
Smith. 

Several causes may be assigned for this marked variation in the number of 
recorded descendants. Six of the original fifteen are supposed to have died un- 
married, the only doiibt being in the case of Jacob, of whom it is thought by 
some persons that there may have been descendants, he having gone West in 
early life. The record is too obscure to follow; at all events, there are no de- 
scendants of his recorded in this place. Isaac's family is known to have run out 
with his son Edward. The families of John, Abraham and Elizabeth probably 
removed to the South or West, and no trace of them remains, while the family 
of Susanna seems to have left Chester county. 

The family of Robert is the best known of all the children of John Smith, 
and they have been traced up most completely; and the famijy of Mary have 
been the next most carefully traced, though they have scattered through the 
Southwest, and more of them, perchance, are missing. 

The net result is that we have a pretty full history of these two children's 
descendants, and the rest are fragmentary and partial, James' descendants being 
but few, and Sarah's but innumerous, though they, too, are scattered, and have 
not all been found. 

The record may be said to be fairly full down to the XIX Generation, the 
births in which ran from XIX 12, born in 1807 to XIX 248, born in 1866, 
being mostly born from 1820 to 1860. These are now all people of adult years, 
and were ready to give some details about themselves; but after that time dates 
of birth became more difficult to secure, and had to be omitted in many cases. 
After that Generation the details are more meagre, many persons who were ap- 
plied to failing to give what was nccessaiy, and some showing unwillingness to 
contribiite much information. 

The net result that has been achieved is to link the present Smith family to 
the earliest records now known, and to trace a number of them so far down that 
each can take it up for himself, if he wishes to continue the search further. 

Pains have been taken to get as nuich information as possible in regard to 
everybody whose name has been mentioned in the record, but the fullness of the 
account in some cases, compared with the slightness in others, will show the dif- 
ferent accessibility of the information desired. Several persons took up the 
search quite willingly, and pursued it zcalo\isly, but in general it was more 
sparingly followed, and with much less success. 



There will probably be some errors in the dates given, though care was 
taken to get con-ect ones. Family records have not been kept in many cases, 
and several of the existing dates are somewhat conflicting. 

The residences of the various persons named are only approximately ac- 
curate, as many of them may have removed elsewhere by the present time. 

More accurate records are desirable. If any one thinks that he can cor- 
rect any errors of statement found in this account, he is requested to write to 
the compiler of this book, and should any considerable amount of information 
be obtained in this way, it can be published at some future time, and distributed 
to those who may have bought the record. 

Let it be imderstood that the purpose of this publication is chiefly to bring 
together what can be gathered now, and to let it be printed before it shall be 
forgotten. 

JOSEPH S. HAKRIS. 

Reading Terminal, Philadelphia, 
December 31, 1905. 



THE SMITH FAMILY 

EARLY HISTOKY. 



But little is accurately known of the history of the Smith family before 
the emigration of John Smith to America in 1720. 

An early tradition asserts that the name was originally Macdonald, and 
that one of the family, apparently a farmer with some skill in farriery, re- 
placed for King William III a shoe which had been cast by his horse about 
the time of the battle of the Boyne (July 1, 1690). The action was of 
sufficient importance to give the man a surname, "the Smith," which, as names 
were frequently given in those days on account of some personal peculiarity, 
or from some incident in a man's history, became in time adopted as the 
name of his family. 

There is much reason for accepting this tradition as true. It has cur- 
rency among several branches of the family, which, though separated from 
each other from the first generation of the residence of the family in America, 
still keep this story in their recollection, so that it apparently came hero with 
the emigrants. 

Joseph Smith (XVII 19), a grandson of the emigrant, who was born at 
the old family home in Chester county in 1770, only five years after his 
grandfather's death, was a merchant of Philadelphia in the early years of the 
nineteenth century. He was engaged in the eastern trade with China and 
India, and about one hundred years ago he imported for his own household 
two sets of dinner china. One of these, of "the willow pattern," was for ordi- 
nary use, and the other, for important occasions, was of white china, decorated 
to order in China with what he always maintained were the Smith arms. Pieces 
of this service are still in existence, and persons familiar with heraldic devices 
say that the arms which they bear are unquestionably those of the clan Mac- 
donald. 

Joseph's son, Persifor Frazer Smith (XVIII 65), an able lawyer and 

therefore a judge of evidence, said many years ago that the tradition was a 

very ancient one, and that he had no doubt of its authenticity; and in the 

family of Isaac Smith (XVII 18), another grandson of the emigrant, it is 

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8 THE SMITH RECORD. 

held that the Macdonald -who first took the name of Smith was named "John,'' 
and that he was the father of the emigrant. 

The truth of this statement is assumed in this record. 

Mark Antony Lower, in his book on family surnames, says that the name 
of Macdonald is certainly one of the oldest and most important in Scotland, 
and that the chiefs are descended from Somerled, Lord of Argyle and king of 
the Isles, who flourished in the twelfth century. 

Andrew Lang, in his history of Scotland, gives a table showing the descent 
of the Macdonald chieftains from Somerlett, Lord of Argj'le, who married 
Ragnhildis, daughter of Olave the Swarthy, in 1140, and died in 116-i. His 
grandson, Donald Macdonald, of Isla and South Kintire, married a daughter 
of Walter the Steward, who was the ancestor of the Stewart kings of Scotland 
and England. From this marriage the present family of Macdonald is de- 
scended. 

The islands of Islay and Kintire approach the Irish coast very nearly, 
less tliaii fifteen miles of water separating the latter island from Antrim, and 
intercourse across the narrow channel has been frequent from very remote 
times. 

In 1400 John Mor (Big John), the second son of the head of the Clan- 
donald (another appellation of the IMacdonalds or sons of Donald), married 
Marjory Bisset, heiress of "the Glens," in Antrim, Ireland, and the clan thus 
acquired a permanent footing there. 

Other marriages by cadets of the clan followed, and the Macdonalds 
steadily strengthened their position in Antrim until their increasing influence 
aroused the jealousy of the other settlers, including the CNeills and the 
O'Donnells, who had previously been paramount there, and in 1565 the Mac- 
donalds suffered a severe defeat at the hands of Shane O'jSTeill, Earl of Tyrone, 
Tyrone being the next county west of Antrim. 

In the next twenty years, however, they recovered themselves, and made 
great headway under their chief, Sorley Buy Macdonald, stirring up such 
serious strife thereby as to cause the English to interfere in the quarrel between 
them and the neighboring chieftains. Sorley Buy was defeated in the appeal 
to arms, and in the negotiations whicli followed was forced to surrender some 
of the property which he claimed, and to content himself with four districts, 
which were assigned to him in permanence. 

His eldest son, Sir James MacSorley Buy, known as "MacDonell of Dun- 
luce," succeeded him, and was a strenuous supporter of James VI of Scotland 
upon his accession to the throne of England in 1603. 



EARLY HISTOKY. 



The branch of the Macdonald family in which we are specially interested 
removed during the seventeenth century from Antrim, journeying about sixty 
miles to the southwestward, into county Monaghan, in which county there is 
still a village called Smithborough, on the line of the Ulster canal. 

At the time when this family liistory conunences they were living in county 
Monaghan, and were warmly attached to the Presbyterian church. They were 
farmers, holding their lands under lease. When their leases expired, about 
1718, not only was an increased rental demanded as a condition of renewal, but 
the tenants were required to subscribe to the doctrinal articles of the Church 
of England, under the provisions of what was rather absurdly called the "Tol- 
eration Act." 

Neither of these conditions was satisfactory to these sturdy people, who 
were staunch Presbyterians, and as they had but little property interest in 
Ireland, and no hereditary attachment to its soil, they decided to follow the 
current which was then setting westward across the Atlantic so strongly as to 
threaten to depopulate the whole province of Ulster. Six thousand persons 
came from that province to America before 1729, and before the middle of 
the eighteenth century the migration was at the rate of twelve thousand 
annually for several years. 



THE SMITH FAMILY. 









GENERATION XIV. 






INDBX 

NO. 


MEMBER OF 
FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MARRIAGE. 


DEATH. 


RESIDENCE. 


XIV 


.John Smith 
(Macdonald) 




about 1655. 






County Monaghan, 
Ireland. 



GENERATION XV. 
The Children of John Smith (Macdonald) XIV. 



.lohn Smith. 
Mary Smith. 
Joseph Smith. 



Susanna. 
William Fulton. 
Isabel. 



about 1713. 
about 1728. 
about 1730. 



Dec. 19,1705. 



May 27,1760. 



Brandywine Settle- 
ment,ChesterCo.,Pa. 
Little Britain, 

Lancaster Co., Pa. 
Oxford Township, 
Chester Co., Pa. 



John Smith (XV 1) is said to have married about seven years before 
his emigration, and to have had five children upon his arrival in America. 
He left Ireland with his family, probably early in the year 1720. The voyage 
was so tempestuous that the emigrants encountered great danger, and were 
much delayed, but they came at last safely to land with all their belongings, 
and with one more child than they started with, Robert having been born 
during the passage across the ocean. 

On their arrival in America they proceeded promptly to what was then 
called "the Brandywine Settlement," in Chester Co., Pennsylvania, which had 
been started by some of their countrymen who had very shortly preceded them, 
and which developed in the first half of the eighteenth century into a great 
Scotch-Irish community. The country near Philadelphia had been largely 
taken up by the earlier emigration of the Quakers, who were mainly from 
southern and western England. Back of them, and to their northward, in and 
about the Great Valley of Chester county, the Welsh settlers had made their 
home, and the north-of-Ireland men, when they came, pushed on to the hilly 
country in the northern and western part of what is now Chester county, 
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GENERATION XV. 



occupying the territory which forms the several Uwchlan and Braiidvwine 
townships, and stretches thence southward along the boundary between Chester 
and Lancaster counties down nearly to the Maryland state line. 

Racial and religious animosities were vigorous among the hardy pioneers, 
who, though they all wanted freedom of worship, thought it could best be had 
by each sect, if it settled where nobody wanted to worship in a way differing 
from its own. It thus came to pass that this part of Pennsylvania was largely 
divided into small independent comnmnities, each homogeneous as to race, 
as to religious form of worship, and as to creed. 

John Smith settled in what is now Upper Uwchlan township, on the 
Conestoga road, where Black Horse creek crosses it, and near the confluence 
of that stream with Marsh creek, both being tributaries of the East branch 
of the Brandywine creek. The place is about two miles west of Byers station 
on the Pickering Valley railroad. 

The land was not quite so fertile there as in the western part of the 
Great Valley, which was still unoccupied, but that section was probably more 
heavily wooded and somewhat damp, while hilly Uwchlan was dryer. The 
limestone water of the valley is said to have been distasteful to the new- 
comers, and it is also probable that they settled themselves near some of the 
families which had been their neighbors in Ireland, and had migrated a year 
or two earlier. 

John Smith's great-grandson, Rev. John IST. C. Grier (XVIII 28), who 
spent his long life at Brandywine Manor, five miles to the westward of John 
Smith's home, said that John Smith very soon after his arrival in America 
bought a farm in Uwchlan township, and moved into the house then standing 
upon it. Many years afterward he built another house on the same farm. 
This house was repaired, from time to time, without much alteration, and is 
at present a substantial stone dwelling in fairly good repair, with good out- 
buildings around it. 

.lolm Smith and Susanmt, his wife, prospered in their new place 
for nearly half a century, so far as to make a comfortable home for them- 
selves and their numerous band of children; but they were too busy to leave 
much written note of what they did during their lives. 

The public records show that this John Smith was among the holders 
of real estate in Uwchlan township in 1753, and was, in 1756 and 1757, 
one of the subscribers to the support of the Presbyterian church in the forks 
of the Brandywine, now usually called the "Brandywine Manor Church;" but 
we know little more of the details of their history. 



12 THE SMITH RECORD. 

They were both buried in the eastern of the two graveyards attached 
to that church, and their tombstone, a large slab of marble, covering a rect- 
angular erection of stone masonry, bears the inscription: 

"Sacred to the memory of John Smith who died Dec. 19, 1765. 
..Etatis 79, and Susanna his wife who died Dec. 24, 1767. 
.lEtatis 76, parents of fifteen children. 
An honest man's the noblest work of God. 
The virtuous woman's a crown to her husband." 

John Smith's will was made February 12, 1761, and the codicil was 
executed January 16, 1764. The will was proved May 28, 1766. Letters 
were granted to the executors, his sons John and Abraham, August 26, 1766. 

The will names his children in the foUomng order : Sons — James, John, 
Abraham, Kobert, Isaac; daughters — Elizabeth, Susanna, Mary and Sarah. 
These were evidently all that were living at that time. As the will names 
all the sons first, and then names all the daughters, we can infer nothing as 
to the order in which his children were born, except that we may conjecture 
that the list of sons and the list of daughters each puts the children in that 
list in the order of their seniority. 

The will states that all of his daughters were married except Sarah, the 
yoimgest. His sons were all married, though the will says nothing about that 
fact. It does say that each of his children had previously received his or her 
portion; it leaves the home farm, which was in Robert's hands, charged with 
the maintenance of his mother Susanna, and provides that after her death 
the remainder of his estate shall be divided between James, John, Abraham, 
Isaac, Susanna, Mary and Sarah; Robert and Elizabeth, for some reason, 
being omitted from the list of residuary legatees. 

The family name of John Smith's wife Susanna is not known, nor has 
any tradition reached me in regard to her history or her personality. She 
outlived her husband two years. 

When, after her death, John Smith's farm was sold in final settlement 
of his estate, it was bought by one of the grandsons of Henry Lewis, probably 
Evan or James Lewis. It is still owned by one of Henry Lewis' descendants. 

Mary Smith (XV 2) probably emigrated with her brother John, un- 
married. After her marriage to William Fultou they settled in or near to 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, about thirty miles to the westward of John's home. 
It was well remembered in the family of Robert Smith (XVI 4) that the 
occasional visits of the family to their aimt Fulton required great prepara- 



GENERATION XV. 



13 



tion. Provision for man and beast was necessary for the journey, which 
seemed, at least to the younger members of the family, only less important 
than a return across the ocean to the old home would have been. 

The history of j\Iary Smith's husband must be taken from somewhat 
discrepant accounts, but the following seems to reconcile fairly the authorities. 
William Fulton, of Kilkenny, Ireland, was born 1600, and died 1667. His 
grandson was William Fulton, who, as above stated, married Mary Smith. 
Their son Robert (XVI 12 of this record), married Mary Smith (XVI 15), 
who was his cousin, being a daughter of Joseph Smith (XV 3). The occur- 
rence of the two ]\Iary Smiths in different generations has made some con- 
fusion in the several published accounts of the ancestry of Eobert Fulton, 
the inventor. 

Joseph Smith (XV 3). It is probable, though not certain, that Joseph 
Smith, who was the youngest of the family, migrated with his brother and 
sister. He lived in Oxford township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, about twenty- 
five miles southwest of John's home, the immediate locality being known as 
"Beetown" from the swarms of honey bees which were kept there. 

His will, dated May 22, 1760, probated June 12, 1760, names his wife 
Isabel, and their children in the order given in the table on page 16 ; speaks 
of his daughters Mary and Elizabeth as married — the former to Robert Fulton, 
the latter to James Criswell — and of his brother John Smith. 

No serious attempt is made in this record to trace the descendants of 
Mary or Joseph Smith, its purpose really being to make note of those persons 
of whom John Smith (XV 1) is the ancestor. Mary Smith's family is followed 
somewhat further than Joseph's, but that is chiefly because I found the 
genealogical record already made. I have made no investigation myself. 

The order in which the children of John Smith (XVI) were born is 
not accurately kno-wn, and the time of the birth of several of them is a 
problem which, after many efforts, I must confess myself imable to solve. 
The tombstone over the remains of John and Susanna Smith states that they 
were the parents of fifteen children. It was placed there some years after 
their death by their children, but this statement can no doubt be relied on. 

In John Smith's will he names nine children, and there is a reasonable 
presumption that the sons are named in the order in which they were born, 
and that the daughters follow in the order of their birth. The other six 
children were dead when the will was written in 1761, tradition stating that 
several of them died in infancv. 



THE SMITH KKCORD. 



GENERATION XV. 
The Obdeb of the Children of John Smith (XV 1.) 



AUTHORITIES. 




REBECCA SMITH 


ELIZABETH W. SMITH 


HENRIETTA F. BOYD 


WILL. 


XVIII 10. 


XVIII 71. 


XIX 198. 


James 


James 


James 


James 


John 


John 


Abraham 


John 


A braham 


Abraham 


John 


Abraham 


Robert 


Itobert 




Mary 






Jacob 


Robert 


Elizabeth 


Jacob 


Kobert 


Susanna 




Elizabeth 


Sarah 


Sarah 


Mary 


Susanna 


Susan 


Isaac 


Sarah 


Mary 

Samuel 

Sarah 


Mary 





It is probable that Eebecca Smith's list shows the order of these children 
according to the tradition in the family of her grandfather John Smith 
(XVI 2) ; that of Elizabeth W. Smith follows the tradition derived from 
her father Joseph Smith (XVII 17), and that of Henrietta F. Boyd that 
current in the family of her grandfather Isaac Smith (XVII 19). But 
each of them presents difficulties, and after a good deal of study I have 
adopted the order given in the will, which is at least the oldest authority, 
and agrees with the order given by Rebecca Smith, except that Rebecca has 
inserted the names of two sons, Jacob and Samuel, who are not named in 
John Smith's will, and who may have died before it was written. 

When we take up the question of the dates of birth of these children 
we meet other difficulties. Accounts differ as to whether four or five children 
came with John and Susanna Smith to America. The four authorities cited 
above concur in naming James as the oldest child. Robert, who was probably 
the fifth, there being one among the first five who died in infancy, is said to 
have been born during the voyage from Ireland to America in 1720. But 
the tombstone in the graveyard of the Upper Octorara church in Chester Co., 
Pennsylvania, says that James Smith died December, 1785, aged 66 years. 
This would make his birth in 1719, leaving an interval of only about a year 
between the first and fifth of the children. 

Again Isaac is said to have been born in 1739. He is named next after 
Robert in his father's will, though an interval of nineteen years appears to 



GENERATION XVI. Id 

separate their births, while only one year elapsed between his birth and that 
of Sarah, the yoiingest of the family, between whom and Isaac there were 
apparently five children. 

I have spent a great deal of time trying to evolve some consistent theory 
as to the order and the dates of birth of the children, and have come to the con- 
clusion that with the existing data the problem is insoluble. 

I have, therefore, in the genealogical tables, inserted what dates we have, 
without attempting, by changing the record as to the order of birth of the 
children, or by assuming that those who lettered the gravestones have made 
mistakes in the years of birth, to reconcile the now conflicting data. In 
placing Jacob and Samuel in the list of the children, as the will of John 
Smith throws no light on their position, I have followed the next oldest 
authority, that of Kebecca Smith. 

The other four children, who are nowhere named, I assume to have 
died in infancy. 

GENERATION XVI. 



CONSORT. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of John Smith (XV 1) and Susanna. 



XVI 




1 










1 


James Smith. 


1 Sarah Wilson. 


1719. 


about 1741. 


Dec. 1785. 


Highland Township, 


- 


John Smith. 


!Aun Wilson. 






1803. 


Cain Township, 

Chester Co., Ta. 




Abraham Smith. 














Robert Smith. 




1720. 


Dec. 20,1758. 


Dec. 1803. 


Uwchian Twp., Pa. 


6 


Isaap Smith. 
Jacob Smith. 


jSiary Pennington. 


1739. 


Dec. 1763. 


Aug. 20, 1807. 


Trenton, N. J. 




Elizabeth Smith 


Michael Graham. 




about 1745. 




West Nantmeal, 

Chester Co., Pa. 




Susanna Smith. 


Thomas Armstrong. 


1721. 


about 1756. 


May 5,1796. 


Fagg's Manor, 

Chester Co., T:\. 


9 


Mary Smith. 


[Alexander Lewis. 




1760. 


Aug. 11, 1799. 


Weston, W. Va. 


10 


Samuel Smith. 


never married. 










11 


Sarah Smith. 


Samuel Cunningham. 


1740. 


June 17, 1766. 


Jan. 30,1807. 


Nantmeal, 

Chester Co., Pa. 



The Childben of Maby Smith (XV 2) and William FtiLTON. 



12 Robert Fulton. Mary Smith 



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THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XVI. 



RESIDENCE. 







The Children of Joseph Smith (XV 3) and Isabel. 




XVI 














13 


Robert Smith. 




1733. 




May 18, 1812. 


Lower Oxford Twp., 
Chester Co., Pa. 


14 


.John Smith. 












15 


Mary Smith. 




about 1734. 


about 1759. 






16 


Elizabeth Smith. 


James Cresswell. 


about 1736. 








17 


Isabel Smith. 












18 






about 1739. 








19 


Martha Smith. 




about 1742. 








20 


Joseph Smith. 












21 


Abraham Smith. 




about 1744. 









James Smith (XVI 1) o^vIled and lived itpon a farm in what is now 
Highland township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, about one and a half miles 
south of Parkesburg. This was his home from 1749 to 1780, in which year 
he sold it to his son James (XVII 1). He is buried in the graveyard 
attached to the Upper Octorara Presbyterian church, his tombstone stating 
that he died December, 1785, aged 66 years. 

His will, dated April 12, 1782, probated January 6, 1786, mentions 
his wife and his children as they are named on page 27. He left to his sons 
James and John each a plantation, and legacies in money to each of his 
other children. 

His wife, Sarah Wilson, bora 1724, died July 11, 1812, was a 
daughter of Hugh Wilson, of Fallowfield township, Chester Co., Pennsyl- 
vania, who died in 1725, and his wife Ann. Sarah Wilson is buried at 
Upper Octorara church. 

John Smith (XVI 2), usually spoken of in the records of the day as 
"the younger," was of East Cain township, Chester county, near Downing- 
town, Pennsylvania. His name is on the list of those who were owners of 
land in that township and also in Uwchlan to^vnship in 1774. He and 
Matthew Eobertson were. May 5, 1761, granted by the proprietors of Penn- 
sylvania a patent for the land on which was built the BrandyAvine Manor 
Presbyterian church; which land they conveyed, ^May 18, 1761, to Rev. John 
Carmichael, the pastor, and the trustees of the church. The church edifice 
which was built at that time was the third in which this congregation wor- 



GENERATION XVI. 17- 

shipped. The first was built of logs in 1734; the second was a frame build- 
ing, erected in 1744, and the third was a substantial stone building, the 
largest then existing in northwestern Chester county. 

One John Smith is named as an ensign in Captain William Porter's 
company of the Associated Regiments of Chester county, February 8, 1748. 
As one of these regiments was raised almost wholly in the townships of East 
and West Nantmeal, West Cain, Uwchlan and Charlestown, in which section 
of the county the John Smith under consideration lived, and as he was then 
of suitable age for this service, it is probable that he was the ensign in ques- 
tion. He was one of the executors named in his father's will. 

John Smith "the younger" left no will. Letters of administration upon his 
estate were granted to Robert Smith, Esq., and James Hayes, October 20, 1803. 

His wife, Ann Wilson, was a daughter of Hugh and Ann Wilson, of 
Fallowhekl township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and was a sister of Sarah 
Wilson, wife of his brother James Smith. 

Abraham Smith (XVI 3) was known as Col. Abraham Smith. I can 
find no record of his career, except that Elizabeth W. Smith (XVIII 71), 
in her account of the family, says that he went AVest. There was a person 
named Abraham Smith, who obtained distinction in Cumberland county during 
and afler tlie war of the Revolution, who, as County Lieutenant, had the 
rank and title of Colonel; but I have no means of identifying him with the 
subject of this paragraph, and I do not think the two were the same person. 
His nephew, Joseph Smith (XVII 17), said in his later life that the 
prayers made during family worship by his father, Robert Smith, and his 
uncle Abraham, were the best that he had ever heard. As Joseph was born 
in 1770, and as he left home about 1788, it is probable that his uncle Abraham 
must have been in Chester county as late as about 1785, but after that no 
record of him exists, so far as I know, except that his grand-niece Elizabeth, 
above quoted, a well-informed woman and a careful inquirer into family 
history, says that he went West, first to Ohio and afterward to Kentucky. It 
may be, however, that he went to Virginia. Kentucky seems to have been 
rather a vague term one hundred years ago. The same authority says that 
Mary Smith (XVI 9) went to Kentucky, and we know that she went to 
Virginia, where she spent the rest of her life. 

Abraham Smith's wife, Ann Wilson, was a cousin of the Ann Wilson 
who married Abraham's brother John, and was a daughter of Joseph Wilson, 
of West Fallowfield township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, born 1701, died 



18 THE SMITH RECORD. 

June 26, 1751, and his wife, born Janet McCrea, 1705, died April 8, 1759, 
daughter of William McCrea. Joseph Wilson was among the taxables of 
Fallowfield township in 1729, the township not having been divided into East 
and West Fallowfield till 1743. His will is dated June 19, 1751. He and 
his wife are buried at Upper Octorara Presbyterian church, which is near 
Parkesburg, Pennsylvania. 

Eobert Smith (XVI 4) was born at sea, at the time his parents were 
making their emigration, in 1720. As his three older brothers seem to have 
left home to settle on farms in other parts of Chester coxinty, it fell to Robert 
to remain with or near his parents. The first public record which relates to 
him is that he was from 1747 to 1758 one of the subscribers to the support of 
Rev. Andrew Boyd, pastor of Brandywine Manor church. His name is on 
the list of taxables for West Nantmeal to-miship for 1753, West Nantmeal 
then adjoining Uwchlan on the northwestward. At the age of 38 he married, 
and seven years later, upon the death of his father, he succeeded him in the 
possession of the farm on which he had been brought up. 

Before his marriage, in 1757, when the Indians became restless and 
aggressive along the whole Pennsylvania border, sergeant Robert Smith is 
recorded as "going to Reading to be qualified," but there is no record that 
the command to which he belonged was called into action. When he next 
appears in the records of the time, all of his large family of eleven children, 
except the youngest, had been born, and he was a man of fifty-five. 

The Revolutionary war had broken out, and Pennsylvania was discussing 
means of protecting Philadelphia, the chief city of the state and of the 
country, against attack by British ships that were expected to sail up the 
Delaware river. The American navy was too weak to withstand such an 
attack, and the accepted plan of defence was based upon obstructions to be 
placed in the river about Billingsport, four miles below the city. In August, 
1775, Robert Smith was thanked by the Supreme Executive Coimcil of Penn- 
sylvania for a model of a machine to be used in handling Chevaux de Prise 
to be sunk in the Delaware, and he was soon after directed by the council 
to report on the merits of the rival plans for this work that had been sub- 
mitted by Govett and Guion. 

After the spring freshet of 177G had subsided, so that the river was low 
enough to work in with advantage, the council took up this defensive work 
in earnest, and in June instructed him to take charge of and sink the pro- 
posed obstructions in the channel. lie remained in charge of this under- 



«ENERATION XVI. 19 

taking for nearly a year, during which time he was also engaged in planning 
the earth works which were included in the same line of defence, the Com- 
mittee of Safety ordering in January, 1777, that the Committee appointed to 
view Liberty Island "repair as soon as the season will permit with Robert 
Smith, John McNeal and David Rittenhouse, and lay out such works as they 
shall think sufficient, and that these gentlemen employ such persons as may 
be necessary to complete the work." 

During these years he was also called into counsel to assist in preparing 
his native state for self-government, and he sat in the convention which on 
the 28th of September, 1776, adopted the first state Constitution of Penn- 
sylvania, an important and thoughtful paper, which is said to have had the 
distinction, among the other advanced positions taken, of having been the 
first to enact religious liberty into a law. 

Robert Smith was at this time a man of comfortable means, of energy 
and experience, and of extensive influence; and when it was seen that the 
war upon which the country had entered was one which would call forth 
all its resources, he was chosen to the work of giving organization and prelim- 
inary discipline to the forces of his native county, then the second in popula- 
tion in the state. On the 12th of March, 1777, he was appointed by the 
Supreme Executive Council to be the Lieutenant of Chester county. Chester 
county, in 1770, before Delaware county had been separated from it, was offi- 
cially reported to contain about one-seventh of the taxable pereons in Pennsyl- 
vania, while Philadelphia contained two-sevenths. This office, whose name 
and duties were somewhat analogous to those of the King's lieutenants in the 
counties of the mother country, gave him, with the rank of Colonel, the 
charge of raising and of preparing in every way the troops to take the field. 
They remained imder his control until called into active service. 

He held this responsible position till March 21, 1786, and the "Penn- 
sylvania Archives" relating to these years contain frequent references to the 
work he was called vipon to do. Great sums of money passed through his 
hands, and that they were all properly accounted for is proved by the report 
of the Comptroller General of the State, who, near the close of (Jol. Smith's 
tenure of office, i-eported, April 1, 1785, that there was a balance due him 
from the state of £106 4s lOd. This report was approved by the Supreme 
Executive Council, and an order was drawn in his favor for the amount. 

Besides his duties as County Lieutenant he was elected Sheriff of Chester 
county, March 29, 1777, and was again chosen to that office jSTovember 21, 
1778. In October, 1783, he was one of two persons chosen at the popular 



5JU THE SMITH RECORD. 

election, as the custom then was, but the governor, in whom was vested the 
final decision, selected William Gibbon, the other candidate, and gave him 
the commission. 

Robert Smith served for one term in the State Legislative Assembly in 
1785, and was a trustee of the State Loan ofiice, whose function it was to 
manage the indebtedness of the state. This position he filled till 1787, at 
which time he retired to private life, being then 67 years of age, and being 
no longer in robust health. He had grown to be very heavy, weighing about 
250 pounds, and twelve years of public life had led him to covet the quiet 
of home. 

His life was prolonged for sixteen years more, which years were spent 
on his farm in Uwchlan. He retained his activity till an advanced age, but 
he was disabled by a paralytic stroke some time before his death. 

He was long remembered as a man of upright and decided character but 
of winning manners, and from haAang been so long in prominent official posi- 
tions, he was so respected and confided in by his fellow citizens as to be con- 
stantly called on as an adviser in difficulties, and an arbitrator in disputes. 
In his later years he was genial, full of humor, remarkable for the sweetness 
and evenness of his temper, and was a great reader and lover of books ; Toung's 
Night Thoughts and Pope's translation of Homer's Illiad, then in the height 
of their popularity, are recalled as being among his favorites. He was in many 
respects considered the foremost man in the commimity in which he lived. 

He was a staunch Presbyterian, a supporter throughout his life of the 
services of the Brandywine Llanor Presbyterian church, of which he \\as from 
1776 a ruling elder, and he brought up his family according to the doctrine 
and discipline of that church in those days. 

He owned, in his later life, two fine farms in Uwchlan township, on 
the Conestoga road, where it crosses Black Horse creek, near its confluence 
with Marsh creek, a tributary of the East Branch of the Brandywine. 

His will, which is dated May 5, 1800, and was probated January 16, 
1804, leaves the plantation on which he lived, his household goods, etc., to 
his wife for her life. After her death the plantation was sold, and was pur- 
chased by Evan or James Lewis, who were relatives of his, l>eing- menilicrs of a 
family who for several generations were closely connected with the Smiths 
by marriage. It still belongs to the estate of Isaac Lewis, who was one of 
that family. 

Robert Smith's wife, Margaret Vaughan, born November 1, 1735, died 
March 18, 1822, was a daughter of John Vaughan, of Red Lion, Uwchlan 



GENERATION XVI. 



township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and his wife, horn Emma Parry. These 
were both of Welsh families and were of the Baptist faith. John Vaughan, 
who was horn June 5, 1690, and died May 24, 1750, first appears on the 
records of Chester county in 1718. His wife, born 1700, died 1791, was a 
daughter of Rowland Parry, who was born about 1665, and died about 1737. 
He lived in Haverford, Delaware county. 

After Robert Smith's death, his widow spent part of her time at the 
home of Gen. Matthew Stanley, whose wife was her husband's niece, but 
the latter part of her life was passed in the household of her son Joseph 
Smith, in Philadelphia. She was remembered by her gi-andchildren as a 
small woman, somewhat bent, and in her later years somewhat infirm of temper. 

Her wedding ring is still in existence. It is a plain gold ring, bearing 
the inscription on the inside, "As God decreed, so we agreed." 

Isaac Smith (XVI 5) is placed by our two chief authorities fifth on the 
list of John Smith's children. Some of the other authorities place him last, 
or next to last of the family, and from the date of his birth given on his 
tombstone, it seems that he was the youngest of the children, with the ex- 
ception of Sarah. 

It is not, however, certain that the date on Isaac Smith's tombstone is 
correct. If it is, he was graduated at Princeton college at 16 years of age, 
and as he was made a tutor immediately after his graduation, it would seem 
that an error may have been made in that date. 

That Isaac alone of John Smith's sons should have been sent to college 
was partly due, perhaps to his being the youngest son, partly to the easier 
circumstances of the family, but mainly, no doubt, to his own tastes, as di- 
rected by William Dean, the scholarly and devoted pastor of the Brandjwine 
Manor church from 1743 to 1748, who probably first turned Isaac Smith's 
thoughts towards getting a better edvication than could be had about his 
own home. 

The records of Princeton college show that Isaac Smith was gi-aduated 
there in 1755. After his graduation he remained in Princeton as a tutor for 
a year, and seems to have continued his studies, as he was given in addition 
to his A.B. degree in 1755, that of A.M. in 1758. He then took up the 
study of medicine, and was graduated from the Medical school of the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania in 1762. He settled in Trenton, !N^. .!., where he 
married in 1763, and that town remained his residence through the rest of 
his life. 



Tl THE SMITH RECORD. 

In the controversy which brought about the alienation of the American 
colonies from the mother country, he took the popular side, and at the out- 
break of the war he was Colonel of the First Regiment of Hunterdon Co., New 
Jersey. He and Samuel Tucker were a committee charged with the conduct 
of public affairs, and in that capacity he received at 9 A. M., April 24, 1775, 
and forwarded by express messenger to Philadelphia, then the seat of govern- 
ment, the news of the battle of Lexington, which had been fought five days 
before. Upon his election in February, 1777, by the legislature of iSTew 
Jersey, an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, of which 
court the other members M^ere Robert Morris, Chief Justice, and John Cleves 
Symmes, Associate Justice, he resigned his military position. He continued 
to sit in this court for twenty-eight years, a longer time than any one else has 
held that office. At the close of his fourth term in 1805, as party spirit ran 
high in the reaction from federalism, which had been predominant from 
1789 to 1801, he failed of reelection. 

He was also a judge of the United States District Coi;rt which had 
admiralty jurisdiction. 

After his retirement from the bench, he became the first president of the 
Trenton Banking Company, which office he continued to hold till his death. 

He was a member of Congress in 1796-7. In 1797 he was appointed 
by President Washington commissioner to treat with the Seneca Indians. 
President John Adams, April 12, 1798, advised the United States Senate 
that a treaty negotiated l)y Hon. Isaac Smith with the Mohawk Indians 
had by accident long lain neglected, and the President submitted it to the 
Senate for its consideration. It does not appear why, having been accredited 
to the Senecas, he should have concluded a treaty with the Mohawks ; but so 
the record stands. 

With all these public duties, it is said that Isaac Smith never lost his 
interest in the profession of medicine, though he necessarily withdrew to a 
great extent from the practice. 

Judge Elmer in his "Recollections" says of him: "Isaac Smith was a 
physician, but he appears to have made of himself a pretty good lawyer." 
And L. F. Halsey, in his address before the New Jersey Society of the Cin- 
cinnati, July 4, 1890, says that during his career in Congi-ess he was noted 
for his integrity and wisdom in public affairs. 

It is recorded of him that he was a tall and a very hea^"^' man, which 
may have had some influence with him in his determination not to pursue an 
active military careei-. On one occasion, while sitting as Judge in Admiralty, 



GENERATION XVI. 23 

a sailor strolled into his court, who, after taking a survey of the situation, 
was heard to remark: "It would take damned weighty arguments to upset 
your decisions." 

He married Mary Pennington. Their home was on King street, now 
Warren street, Trenton, where the American hotel now stands. Mrs. Smith 
took an active part in welcoming Gen. Washington when he passed through 
Trenton in April, 1789, on his way to New York for his first inauguration 
as President. This was an occasion of elaborate ceremony. A rural aroh^ 
part of the framework of which was preserved for many years in the State 
House at Philadelphia — was thrown over Assumpink creek, and as Washing- 
ton passed under it a choir of young ladies sang a hymn, which ran thus : 

Welcome mighty chief once more, 
Welcome to this grateful shore, 
Now no mercenary foe 
Aims again the fatal blow, 
Aims at thee the fatal blow. 

Virgins fair and matrons grave 
Those thy conquering arms did save 
Build for thee triumphal bowers; 
Strew ye fair his way with flowers. 
Strew your hero's way with flowers. 

He was very much gratified by the reception, and expressed his feelings 
in a note which he commissioned Rev. J. F. Armstrong to deliver to the ladies, 
who assembled at Mrs. Smith's house to hear it read. The note was long pre- 
served in Mrs. Smith's family, and was left by her to her adopted daughter, 
Miss Lydia Imlay, who shortly before her death willed it to Chief Justice 
Ewing. 

Mrs. Smith died in 1801. Her tombstone bears the inscription, "She 
was what a woman ought to be." 

The record on Isaac Smith's tombstone is: "With integrity and honest 
intentions as a physician and Judge to the best of his ability, he distributed 
health and justice to his fellow men, and died in hopes of mercy through a 
Redeemer." 

Jacob Smith (XVI 6). Nothing whatever is positively known of him. 
He probably died unmarried before 1761, though there are, or were recently, 
persons living in the West who supposed themselves to be descended from 



24 THE SMITH RECORD. 

him. They were, however, unable to trace their descent, and were probably 
in error as to their ancestor. 

Elizabeth Smith (XVI 7). Her husband was Michael Graham, of West 
Nantmeal township, Chester county, who was a son of James Graham, of 
Honeybrook township, Chester county, living where is now the village of 
Honeybrook. Michael's will is dated January 2-i, 1759, but was not probated 
till October 11, 1775, which appears to have been shortly after his death. In 
it he devised his farm, which was a large one, to his sons Michael and John, 
provides for his wife "Elizabeth Smith otherwise Graham," and for his sons 
James and Abraham when they come of age; mentions also his daughters 
Susanna, Margaret, Elizabeth and Eleanor, and makes Michael and John his 
executors. From the peculiar wording of the wiU it seems probable that 
Michael and John were children of his first wife, and that Elizabeth Smith 
was the second wife. She appears on the church records as a contributor to 
the Brandywine Manor Presbyterian church from 1746 to 1752. 

Susanna Smith (XVI 8). Her husband, Thomas Armstrong, was born 
in 1705, in Caddy, County Armagh, Ireland, was a land owner in Oxford, 
Chester county, in 1774, and died February 2, 1782. He was treasurer of 
Fagg's Manor Presbyterian church in 1755 and about 1780. His first wife 
was Esther Moore, by whom he had several children. Susanna Smith wag 
his second wife, and she, ho and several of their children are buried in the 
Fagg's Manor chiirchyard. His will, dated August 3, 1781, probated June 
12, 1782, mentions more children than are given in the table ou page 28, but 
some of these are probably the children of his first marriage. 

Mary Smith (XVI 9). Her husband, Alexander Lewis, was probably 
one of the numerous family of that name who lived near the Smiths in the 
northwestern part of Chester county, the family tradition stating that the 
families were related without stating in what way. 

Henry Lewis is known to have been settled in that section of Chester 
county in 1722, about the time of the Smith emigration, and there are still 
representatives of his family in that neighborhood. One of his grandsons 
bought the Smith farms after the death of Kobert Smith (XVI 4). 

Alexander Lewis was probably a son of his. He appears in the public 
records as an owner of lands in West Cain township from 1765 to 1767. In 
his later life he emigrated with his wife and family to what is now West 



GENERATION XVI. £0 

Virginia, and died there December 19, 1813. He was buried at Lost Creek 
churchyard, Harrison Co., West Va. His wife was buried at "Weston, West Va. 

Samuel Smith (XVI 10). Nothing but his name is known. He is 
supposed to have never married and to have died before 1761, as no mention 
of him is made in his father's will. 

Sarah Smith (XVI 11). Her husband, Samuel Cunningham, was born 
in 1732. He was of Scotch-Irish descent, as were most of the people in that 
section of Chester county. He is named in 1774 among the taxables of Nant- 
meal township, which was then of much wider extent than at present. West 
Nantmeal included, till 1752, the territory now belonging to Wallace town- 
ship. The western boundary of Wallace now comes at one point within one 
mile of Brandywine Manor church, and it was probably in this part of Nant- 
meal that Samuel Cunningham lived. 

He was a farmer and a builder. Fagg's Manor church, in Londonderry 
township, was built by him in 1775, and he had, as master carpenter, charge 
of the work of rebuilding Brandywine Manor church in 1761-62, and again 
after its destruction by fire in 1786-87. 

He served during the Revolutionary war, in 1777, us a lieutenant in 
Col. Nichols' regiment of General Stark's brigade, and was at one time a 
staff officer of the Second Pennsylvania regiment. 

He and Eobert Smith, his brother-in-law, were two of the nine corporators 
to whom a charter for Brandy^vine Manor church was granted in September 
1786. He was one of the trustees of the church at that time. 

He was a member of the first Constitutional Convention of Pennsylvania, 
which met July 15, 1776; a member of the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1776 
and 1777 ; a collector of excise, appointed November 26, 1778, and a Justice 
of the Peace, appointed August 26, 1791, and holding that office for many 
years thereafter. 

He died June 26, 1806, and is buried with his wife in the eastern grave- 
yard at Brandywine Manor chureli. 

Robert Fulton (XVI 12) was originally a tailor <>i Lancaster, Penn- 
sylvania. The records show that he bought, August 23, 1759, apparently at 
the time of his marriage, the brick dwelling at the nortlieast corner of Central 
Square, Lancaster. He lived in that house till Febriiary 8, 1765, when he 
sold it to Edward Shippen, of Philadelphia, purchasing the same day a farm 



Zb THE SMITH RECORD. 

in Little Britain (now Fulton) township, to which he removed. The farm 
contained 364 acres and allowance, and cost £965. Fulton placed a mortgage 
upon it in favor of Joseph Swift, William "West and Samuel Purviance, of 
Philadelphia. The venture proved too ambitious for him, and jSTovember 29, 
1766, the farm passed into the possession of the mortgagees. It was sold 
under foreclosure February 5, 1772, and purchased by Joseph Swift for £805. 

Fulton returned to Lancaster, where he passed the remainder of his life. 
He was buried in the cemetery attached to the First Presbyterian church of 
Lancaster, of which church he was one of the founders. 

His wife, Mary Smith (XVI 15), was his first cousin, a daiighter of 
Joseph Smith (XY3). 

Robert Smith (XVI 13) was of Lower Oxford township, Chester Co., 
Pennsylvania. He was for many years a Justice of the Peace, and of the 
Court of Common Pleas. He had pronounced views in regard to the use of 
liquor, and in his will he directed that none should be used at his funeral. 

Mary Smith (XVI 15), as before stated, married her cousin, Eobert 
Fulton (XVI 12). She outlived him, and died at the house of her son Robert 
Fulton (XVII 41), in New York. She is buried in Washington Co., Penn- 
sylvania. 

Elizabeth Smith (XVI 16). Her husband, James Creswell, born prob- 
ably about 1732, was one of a numerous family, whose name is spelled in- 
diiferently Cresswell or Crisswell, Avho still live in the southwestern part of 
Chester county. lie was probably a son of Robert Crisswell, of Oxford town- 
ship, who is recorded as a land owner there in 1754, and on whose estate 
letters of administration were granted June 25, 1760, to his wife Jane Cress- 
well, and James Cresswell. This James Cresswell was also one of the heirs 
of his uncle, James Cresswell, of Oxford, Chester county, who was a tanner, 
unmarried, and who also died in 17C0. Robert Crisswell and his brother 
James were probably sons of William Crisswell, who, with his brothers Samuel, 
James and David, and their mother, emigrated from the north of Ireland, 
probably about 1720, and settled in Londonderry township, Chester Co., Penn- 
sylvania. 



GENERATION XVII. 



27 



GEiVERATION XVII. 



BER OF FAMILY. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of James Smith (XVI 1) and Sabah Wilson. 



Sarah White. 

never married. 
I. Jane McMechin. 
II. Sarah lioyd. 
Su.sanua Armstrong. 
Samuel Fnthejr. 



Dec. 16,1745. 



Feb. 18,1748. 
May 31,1750. 



May 26, 1752. 
May 8, 1755. 



t'liion Co., Pa. 
W. Fallowfld Twp 
Chester Co., Pa. 



7 IJames Smith. 

8 Edward Smith. 



The Childben of John Smith (XVI 2) and Ann Wilson. 



'Elizabeth Hubbard. 



1822. TredySFrin, 

Chester Co.. Pa. 



John Smith. 



The Childben of Abbaham Smith (XVI 3) and Ann Wh-son. 



The Children of Robebt Smith (XVI 4) and Mabgabet Vaughan. 



John Smith. 

Sarah Smith. 
Margaret Smith. 
Jonathan Smith. 
Robert Smith. 
Joseph Smith. 

Isaac Smith. 
Isaac Smith. 
James Smith. 



Robert Porter. 
Nathan Grier. 

Elizabeth Bull. 

never married. 
Samuel Kennedy. 
Mary Ann Frazer. 
Esther Kennedy. 
Mary Frazer. 



Margaret Fleming. 



May 29, 1769. 

Sep. 24,1770. 

Feb. 9, 1772. 

July 20,1773. 

Nov. 9, 1777. 



about 1785 
Nov. 13.1787 



16, 1794. 
27. 1800. 



Nov. 
July 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Dec. 

Mar. 
Oct. 
Aug. 



7, 1785. 
12, 1847. 
20. 1839. 

5. 1822. 
18, 1845. 

14, 1772. 

8,1840. 

1778. 



Finleyville, Pa. 
Brandywine 

Manor, l':i. 
.Joanna, 

Berks Co., Pa. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Frazer, 

Chester Co., Pa. 



Lancaster Co.. Pa. 



SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XVII. 



MO. 


MBHBEB OF FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


B,HTH. 


HAHHIAO.. ..ATH. 


RESIDBNCB. 


The Children of Isaac Smith (XVI 5) and Mary Pennington. 


XVII 

21 


Edward Smith 


1 

1 never married. 










The Children of Elizabeth Smith (XVI 7) and Michael Graham. 



^ 


James Graham. 
Abraham Graham. 


Mary. 
Elizabeth 


24 
25 
26 
27 


Susanna Graham. 
Margaret Graham. 
Elizabeth Graham. 
Eleanor Graham. 





The Children of Susanna Smith (XVI 8) and Thomas Armstrong. 



28 


Sarah Armstrong. 




Dec. 10,1757. 




in infancy. 




W 




Gidoon Smith. 


Feb. 24,1759. 




Aug. 4,1779. 




30 


Sarah Armstrong. 


.lohn Finney 

McGlenachan. 


Oct. 17,1760. 








31 


Robert Armstrong. 


Jane Young Cochran. 


May 8. 1762. 




Aug. 20, 1844. 


Near Edenton, 
Chester Co., 


32 


Margaret Armstrong. 


Robert Russell. 


Mar. 18, 1764. 








33 


.Tane Armstrong. 


George Correy. 


Feb. 22, 1707. 




Feb. 12,1818. 


New London Twp. 


34 


Thomas Armstrong. 




Mar. 17, 1770. 









The Children op Mary Smith (XVI 9) and Alexander Lewis. 




GKNERATION XVII. 



GENERATION XVII. 



MEMBER OP fAUILY. 



The Childben of Sabah Smith (XVI 11) and Samuel Cunningham. 



CVII. 














43 


Jane Cunningham. 


William Thompson. 


May 9, 1767. 


Aug. 10, 1786. 


Jan. 10, 1840. 




44 


John Cunningh.-im. 


Hannah Neely. 


1769. 




Jan. 24, 1816. 




45 


Susanna Cunningham. 


Andrew Stanley. 


Mar. 18, 1772. 


Mar. 12, 1788. 


Aug. 5, 1834. 


Honeybrook Tw p., 
Brandywine 


46 


Sarah Cunningham. 


Matthew Stanley. 


177.3. 


Mar. 29, 1791. 


May 11, 1836. 














Manor, Pa. 


47 


Margaret 


William Joseph 












Cunningham. 


Lewis. 


Feb. 1. 1776. 


Apr. 1797. 


Mar. 14, 1842. 


Gallagherville, 

Chester Co. 


48 


Samuel Cunningham. 


never married. 






Oct. 15, 1810. 
















Chester Co., Ta. 



The Children of Robebt Fulton (XVI 12) and Maby Smith (XVI 13). 



49 

50 

51 
52 

53 


Margaret Elizabeth 

Fulton. 
Isabella Fulton. 

Robert Fulton. 
Abraham Smith 

Fulton. 
Mary Fulton. 


Scott. 
Cooke. 

Harriet Livingston. 
David Morris. 



Feb. 24, 1815, 
bef. 1814. 



AVashington, Pa. 
Washington Co.. 



New York. 
Washington C" 



The Childben of Robebt Smith (XVI 15) and 



May 



1840. Oxford, Pa. 
Oxford, I'a. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



John Smith (XVII 1) owned and lived on his father's farm in High- 
land township, from 1782 to 1790, when he sold it to John Wallace. After 
he sold it, he was for some years superintendent or steward of the almshouse 
at Baltimore, Maryland. His will was dated April 12, 1782, his son John 
Smith (XVni 3) being named therein as executor. He left a "plantation" 
to each of his sons, James and John. 

Susanna Smith (XVII 2) was living in 1782. As she is so named in 
her father's will of that date, she probably did not marry. 

John Smith (XVII 3) was a man of note in Chester county in his day. 
He owned and lived on a farm in West Fallowfield township, Chester county, 
two miles south of the village of Atglen, and on the Newport turnpike, which 
rune from "The Gap," in Lancaster county, to Newport, Delaware. This 
had been the home of his father, from whom he inherited it. He was the 
executor of his father's will. 

He made, April 4, 1791, a contract with Joseph Gibbons, James Moore 
and Elijah McClenachan, commissioners, for the erection in West Chester of 
the first county court house that was built after the removal of the coimty seat 
from Chester to West Chester. It was a building thirty-six feet square. It 
stood in the present court house yard, fronting on High street. His sureties 
were Persifor Frazer, Caleb Davis and Thomas Ross. 

Febniary 26, 1799, he was appointed by governor Thomas Mifflin, a 
Justice of the Peace for West Fallowfield, Sadsbury and West Cain to^vnships, 
and he was Register of Wills for Chester county from 1809 to 1812. 

He was an elder of the Upper Octorara Presbyterian church, near Parkes- 
burg, from 1812. In the gi-aveyard attached to this church he, his two wives 
and his children are buried. His first wife is named by one authority Jane 
Wilson, and by another Jane McMechin. As her oldest child by John Smith 
was given the name of McMechin, it is probable that that was the mother's 
maiden name. She may have married first one of the Wilson family, and 
may have been a widow when John Smith married her. She was the mother 
of all his children. She was born January 13, 1757, and died September 15, 
1801. Her death was caused by a fever then prevalent, which also caused 
the death of her youngest child. 

John Smith's second wife, Sarah Boyd, born February, 1766, died 
January 15, 1831. 

Gideon Smith (XVII 4). He died early. Hia wife, Susanna Armstrong, 
daughter of Susanna Smith (XVI 8) and Thomas Armstrong, is buried among 



GENERATION XVII. 61 

the Armstrongs at Fagg's Manor church. Her tombstone speaks of her as 
"Relict of Gideon Smith." It is probable that they left no children. 

Martha Smith (XVII 5). Her husband, Samuel Futhey, bom Septem- 
ber 1, 1753, died February 22, 1812, was a son of Samuel Futhey, bom 
1725, died January 27, 1790, and Ruth Steele, Iwrn 1719, died April 15, 
1784, who was a daughter of Samuel Steele, of New London township, 
Chester Co., Pennsylvania. The elder Samuel Futhey settled first in Lon- 
donderry township, but after 1763 he lived in West Fallowfield township, 
now Highland township. 

Samuel Futhey and Ruth Steele were married January, 1750. He 
was a superior judge of horses, and during the Revolutionary war he was 
employed by the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania to buy horses 
for the army. 

His father, Robert Futhey, emigrated from Ireland to America between 
1725 and 1730, Robert's father having emigTated in the latter part of the 
seventeenth century from Scotland to Belfast, Ireland. 

Samuel Futhey, the younger, who married Martha Smith, served for five 
campaigns in the patriot army during the Revolutionary war. In 1794 he 
was adjutant of a regiment of cavalry, called out to quell the Whiskey Insur- 
rection, and was later for seven years brigade inspector of Pennsylvania 
troops, holding the rank of major. He married as his first wife, in 1782, 
Margaret McPherson, who died in 1784. Martha Smith was his second wife. 

James Smith (XVII 7) owned and lived on a fann quarter of a mile 
west of the Great Valley Presbyterian church in Tredyffrin township, Chester 

Co., Pennsylvania. The farm, after his death, passed into the hands of 

Maxwell, and about 1840 it became the property of Edward Bartholomew. 
His wife, Elizabeth Hubbard, was a daughter of Thomas Hubbard, Junior, 
of Tredyffrin towaiship, bom about 1716, died 1761, and his wife Rachel. 

John Smith (XVII 9) was well remembered by his cousins, Margaretta 
Smith (XVIII 46), and Elizabeth Wright Smith (XVIII 66), as a frequent 
visitor at the house of their respective fathers, Jonathan and Joseph Smith, 
in Philadelphia, in the early years of the nineteenth century. He was a very 
handsome, highly intelligent and distinguished looking man, and was a member 
of Congress from Virginia. There was but one man of that name in Con- 
gress from Virginia in those years. He was a member of the House of Rep- 
resentatives from 1801 to 1815. Nothing further is known to me about him. 



THE SMITH KKCORD. 



Emma Smith (XVII 10). Her husband, Robert Porter, was of Chester 
Co., Pennsylvania. There was a Robert Porter of East Cain township, Chester 
county, whose will, dated November 5, 1760, probated December 5, 1785, 
speaks of his brother James Porter, who was probably the father of the Robert 
Porter who married Emma Smith. The elder Robert Porter seems to have 
been unmarried. His sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, and his brothers, Charles, 
William and James, were living in 1760, as was his father, William Porter. 

The yoTinger Robert Porter was an ofEccr during the Revolutionary war. 
He was married, probably about 1785, at the home of the bride, though there 
was some opposition to the match, on the part of her parents, from some 
cause now unknown. 

After their marriage they removed to western Pennsylvania, and settled 
at Finleyville, in Washington county, some fifteen miles south of Pittsburg, 
where all their children were born. Captain Porter, after his removal to 
western Pennsylvania, commanded a company of troops in defence of the 
frontier from Indian depredations. 

In the Whiskey Insurrection of 1794 he was still in command of this 
company, and though he took no part in the insurrectionary movement, yet, 
as he lived in the Mingo creek district, which was the focus of the disturbance, 
he and his family being members of the ]\tingo Creek Presbyterian church, in 
whose edifice the Mingo Creek Society usually met, he and his company fell 
under suspicion. One of the principal incidents of the ^^^liskey Rebellion 
was an attack upon, and the destruction of, the house of Col. John Xeville, 
who had been appointed United States Inspector for "the four counties west 
of the mountains." This attack took place on the I7th of July, 179-t. Robert 
Porter denied having had anything to do with it, but understanding that one 
Pollock, a drunken fellow, was circulating stories about him, he went, T^ovem- 
bcr 13, 1794, to Colonel Campbell's camp, at the mouth of Mingo creek, and 
demanded an investigation of his conduct, haWng heard that there were charges 
against him. 

Colonel Campbell found no evidence against him, and ordered Pollock 
out of camp as a drunken vagabond, but held Porter for further investigation, 
and he and nineteen other prisoners, among whom were two colonels and a 
clergyman, wore taken to Philadelphia for trial. His brothers-in-law, Jonathan 
and Joseph Smith, interested themselves in his case, and two eminent counsel, 
William Lewis and Joseph Thomas, of Philadelphia, undertook his defence, 
William Rawle and William Bradford being the attorneys for the United 
States. The case against Porter was so weak that his counsel did not call a 



GENERATION XVII. 33 

single witness, and Mr. Rawle, who was most anxious to convict some of the 
prisoners, announced to the court that "the counsel on both sides had agreed 
to leave it to the court to give charge to the jury." 

Upon which Judge Patterson rose and said, in part: "You have heard 
the charge read against the prisoner, Robert Porter. You find it has not been 
supported by one single evidence. The court is of opinion that he is not 
guilty. If you so think, you will find him 'not guilty,* " which, without 
leaving the box, the jury did. Captain Porter had been in custody over six 
months. 

It is thought that the lands on which Robert Porter lived were taken up 
on Revolutionary warrants held by his father-in-law. Colonel Robert Smith. 

Susanna Smith (XVII 11). Her husband, Nathan Grier, was a son of 
John Grier and Agnes Caldwell. John Grier, who was a son of Joseph Grier, 
was born in Ireland in 1712, and died December 31, 1784. Agnes Caldwell 
was born in 1725 and died December 26, 1812. 

Upon the arrival of John Grier with his brother Matthew in America in 
1732, he settled in Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, in Bedminster township, or in 
Plumstead, which is the adjoining township; and John married there. He 
and his wife were members of the Deep Run Presbyterian church, Bedminster 
township, Bucks county. This church was organized as early as 1726, and 
was the pioneer church of the Scotch-Irish Presbyterians in that section. 

Nathan Grier was born in Bucks county September 30, 1760, and died 
March 30, 1814, at Brandywine Manor, Chester county. He pursued his 
early studies with his brother. Rev. James Grier, A.M., Princeton, 1772, pastor 
of the Deep Run Presbyterian church; was gi'aduated at the University of 
Pennsylvania in 1783, licensed to preach October, 1786, and ordained pastor 
of the Presbyterian church, at the forks of the Brandywine, commonly called 
the Brandywine Manor church, August 22, 1787, succeeding Rev. John Car- 
michael, who had been its pastor from April, 1761, till his death, November, 
1785. He continued pastor of this church for twenty-seven years till his death. 
He prepared in this time in a private divinity school, which he opened in 
1792, twenty young men for the ministry, of whom seventeen became min- 
isters of the Presbyterian church, one became an Episcopal clergyman and two 
did not become pastors of any church. He was a learned divine, an eloquent 
and faithful preacher, and in every way a man of unusual power and great 
influence. ■ 



34 THE SMITH RECORD. 

John Smith (XVII 12), when first married, lived at Dale furnace or 
forge, about ten miles north of Bojertown, Berks comity. He afterward re- 
moved to Joanna furnace, in Berks county, where he passed the rest of his 
life. He was throughout the greater part of his career an ironmaster. 

Joanna furnace was bought by John Smith, David Potts and Cyrus Jacobs. 
It had a large tract of woodland connected with it, located mostly on the "Welsh 
mountain, which is at that point the boundary between Berks and Lancaster 
counties on its northern side, and Chester coimty on the southern side. It 
was a wild and desolate tract, and its inhabitants, whose occupation was prin- 
cipally that of burning charcoal for the furnace, were equally wild. They 
were mostly Irish, of the clans of Enniskillen, who were Protestants, and the 
"Fardowners," who were Catholics; between these there was a never-ending 
feud. 

My mother, Marianne Smith (who, about 1811, visited her uncle John, 
driving with him in a gig out the Lancaster turnpike from Philadelphia to 
the Ship tavern, about 28 miles, where they lay one night, and pushing on 
the next day northward across the country to Joanna), said that the charcoal 
burners who supplied Joanna furnace with fuel lived in the company's shanties, 
and were ruled in quite a patriarchal manner by their employer. 

One morning, after an unusually disturbed night, John Smith rode down 
to the settlement prepared to take stern repressive measures to prevent a re- 
currence of such rioting, but his wrath was disarmed by the first man he met, 
who replied to his opening remark, "You had a stormy time here last night," 
by saying: "Sorr, the battle of the Boyne was a flay bite to it." 

There was a large woodland estate attached to Joanna furnace, which 
was chiefly used as furnishing a supply of wood, from which charcoal, which 
was the fuel used for smelting iron ore, was made. The estate contained about 
6,000 acres. Joanna furnace was built about 1790, and the house for the 
proprietor's residence about 1793. The property is still in the possession of 
the heirs of John Smith, the original proprietor. 

John Smith accumulated what in those times was a large fortime, and 
left $20,000 to each one of his ten children, except to his oldest daughter, 
whose marriage had been displeasing to him. 

His wife, Elizabeth Bull, born December 19, 1771, at Warwick furnace, 
died ^larch 23, 1835, in Reading, was the oldest daughter of Thomas Bull, 
born June 9, 1741, died July 13, 1837, and his wife, Ann Hunter. Thomas 
Bull was the son of "William Bull and his wife, Margaret Parry, who was a 
daughter of Llewellyn Parry and his wife, Mary Thomas. ]\lary Thomas 



GENERATION XVII. 



35 



was a daughter of Richard Thomas, of Whitford Garden, Flintshire, Wales. 
Thomas Bull was, prior to the war of the Eevolution, and also subsequent to 
it, the manager of the Warwick furnace, in Warwick township, Chester county. 
He entered the military service as Lieutenant-Colonel, but was taken prisoner 
at the battle of Long Island, and was not exchanged until he had spent twenty- 
one months on the Jersey prison ship. H-^SS r 8 

He was a member of the State Constitutional Convention of 1790, and 
was a member of Assembly in 1783 and 1785, and also from 1793 to 1801. 

He was one of the corporators of St. Peter's church. East Whiteland, 
March 4, 1786, but as this was far from his home, he promoted in 1805 the 
building of St. Mary's church in Warwick township, where he afterward wor- 
shipped. 

He was a man of large means and of great influence. He owned nine- 
sixteenths of Joanna furnace till within a few years of his death, when he 
sold his interest to Judge William Darling (who married his granddaughter, 
Elizabeth Bull Smith, XVIII 36), and Levi Bull Smith, his grandson, 
XVIII 37. 

His first wife, Ann Hunter, born 1745, died August 31, 1817, the 
mother of all his children, was a daughter of John and Ann Hunter, of 
Whiteland township. 

His second wife, who survived him several years, was a widow from 
Cape May, New Jersey. 

Margaret Smith (XVII 14). Her husband, Samuel Kennedy, was born 
March 17, 1768, and died August 9, 1807. He owned in early life a farm 
and a saw mill in Pickering Valley, Chester Co., Pennsj'lvania. Somewhat 
later he exchanged this property for the Black Bear hotel on Minor street, 
below Fifth street, Philadelphia, where he spent the rest of his life. His 
wife seems, after his death, to have returned to live in the country with one 
of her children. She is remembered as a large, powerful woman, and as a 
strict disciplinarian in her family. 

Samuel Kennedy was a brother of Esther Kennedy, who married Robert 
Smith (XVII 16). They were children of William Kennedy, born 1742, 
died 1821, and his wife, Martha, born 1742, died 1825, who were of West 
Cain township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and who are both buried at Upper 
Octorara Presbyterian church, near Parkesburg, Pennsylvania. 

The Samuel Kennedy who was interested with Jonathan Vaughan and 
Dennis Whelan (both of Uwchlan township) in operating Sarum forge, in 



36 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Thonibury township, Chester county, was probably a brother of William 
Kennedy. 

Jonathan Smith (XVII 15) early left his birthplace in Uwchlan town- 
ship and entered, probably about 1782, the office of Major John Beaton, who 
was the Kegister of Wills and Eecorder of Deeds for Chester county. April 
25, 1786, he was sworn in as clerk to Thomas Smith, of the State Loan 
office, of which his father. Col. Eobert Smith, was one of the trustees. When 
Col. Persifor Frazer succeeded John Beaton as Register of Wills and Re- 
corder of Deeds in 1786, Jonathan Smith again went into that office and 
became the Deputy Register and Eecorder. He was afterward an accountant 
in one of the United States offices in Philadelphia. lie removed to Phila- 
delphia in 1792, and was appointed first teller in the First United States 
Bank, which was incorporated in 1791, and which from 1791 to 1797 trans- 
acted its business in Carpenter's Hall, Carpenter's court between Third and 
Fourth streets, Philadelphia. In 1798 he became cashier of the Bank of 
Pennsylvania, which also occupied Carpenter's Hall for some years. During 
the occupancy of Carpenter's Hall the Bank of Pennsylvania was robbed of 
$162,821.61 during the evening of September 1, 1798. One Patrick Lyon, 
who was a skilled locksmith, and who had been called in several times to 
make repairs on the doors and locks of the vaults, was suspected. Charles 
Biddle in his autobiography says that an attempt had been made to rob the 
bank about a month before. It failed, but after one of the two porters who 
were ordered to sleep in the bank in consequence of the attempt, had died of 
the then prevailing yellow fever, Mr. Annesly, the runner of the bank, found 
one night the cash vault had been opened and robbed. They also fo\md 
the porter, Cunningham, asleep on the premises. He aroused Mr. Smith 
the cashier, who, with the president, Mr. Fox, made an examination 
which showed that false keys had been iised, as the wards of the lock 
were not at all injured. Lyon, who was absent from the city, returned 
and made a statement which showed that on the night of the robbery he 
was at Lewes, Delaware, caring for a sick apprentice, who soon after died 
of yellow fever. He was, however, suspected of being an accomplice, and 
was detained in prison, not being able to raise the heavy bail demanded, 
which had been fixed at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. No clue 
was found to the real culprits until an indiscreet show of wealth by Isaac 
Davis, a house carpenter, placed him under suspicion, and it was soon dis- 
covered that he and Cunningham, the porter, were the culprits. All the 



(iENEHATION XVII. 37 

money except three thousand dollars was recovered. Davis was allowed to 
escape after delivering the money, and Cunningham died of yellow fever 
within a week, but the bank was compelled in 1807 to pay Lyon nine thou- 
sand dollars for false imprisonment. 

Davis and Cunningham were both from Chester county, Avhich moved 
Judge Peters to remark that "all the great and strange people we have in 
Pennsylvania come from Chester county;" which jest queerly coincides with 
the statement with which John Young, Governor of JTew York from 1847 
to 1849, used to tease his brother-in-law, Dr. Francis M. Harris, who per- 
haps was given to boast of the virtue and intelligence of Chester county 
people, that all the confessions of murderers that he had ever read commenced, 
"I was born of poor but respectable parents in Chester county, Pennsylvania." 

Arthur G. Coffin, who was from 1845 to 1878 president of the Insurance 
Company of Xorth America, in liis memoir of Jonathan Smith, written soon 
after his death, says he remained cashier of the Bank of Pennsylvania for 
about twenty years. 

He was later cashier of the second bank of the United States, after 
whose discontinuance he was for a time cashier of the Mechanics' Bank on 
Third street above Chestnut street, but he soon became interested in the pro- 
ject for establishing the Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company, for which 
he procured a charter in March, 1825. He was appointed its secretary upon 
its organization. It commenced to do business in April, 1825, and he con- 
tinued to be its chief executive officer till his death in 1839, being its secretary 
from February 1, 1825, to September 7, 1835, and its president from Sep- 
tember 8, 1835, to December 10, 1839, when he was succeeded in the office 
of secretary by his son Beaton, named after his early superior and old friend 
John Beaton. John Beaton in his will dated March 21, 1786, probated 
April 12, 1786, left Jonathan Smith his surveying instruments and his horse. 

Jonathan Smith was a man of extended influence and of very cheerful 
nature, and was blessed with a plentiful fund of humor. Mr. Coffin, in the 
memoir before quoted, says of him that his tastes were simple, his habits 
domestic in his family and among his friends, and his manners were gentle 
and affectionate. In matters which concerned the feelings of others, his 
delicacy was careful and self-denying. His large-hearted hospitality made his 
house, at all times, the resort of friends from all parts of the country. 

It is remembered in his family that he said near the close of his life that 
he doubted whether any one had ever signed his name as often as he had, for 
he had been at it all his life. 



60 THE SMITH RECORD. 

He was a handsome man, as was shown by the remaining portraits, his 
face showing strength and kindliness in a marked degree. He was not much 
over medium height, and was moderately full in figure. There was through- 
out his life a very close and affectionate relation between himself and his 
brother Joseph, and they had some business interests in common. 

He was in very comfortable circumstances until the second United States 
bank, in which he had a considerable interest, began to go down, and he lost 
a good deal of money through business association with his sons-in-law, David 
Corey and Eliakim Littell. His fortune was estimated in 1818 at $150,000, 
and, though it shrank somewhat, he continued always to be in comfoi-table 
circumstances. 

Jonathan Smith was not a church member, his early training by his 
mother, who M'as a Baptist, having apparently interfered with his complete 
identification with the Presbyterian church, to which his wife's family were 
devotedly attached, but Mr. Coffin, in his memoir already quoted, says that his 
life showed him to be eminently a religious man. His memory seems to have 
been fragrant wherever he was kno'wn, and he is remembered as a man wholly 
worthy of the love which was so freely given him. 

He lived during his later years on the south side of Walnut street, in 
the house which is now No. 510, opposite the center of Independence square, 
where the office of the Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company was at that 
time, and where it still remains. 

His wife, Mary Ann Frazer, born February 4, 177-1, died February 9, 
1845, was a daughter of Persifor Frazer, of Thornbury township, Delaware 
Co., Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Mary Worrall Taylor. 

Persifor Frazer was in his early life a merchant and an ironmaster. Soon 
after the outbreak of the Revolutionary war he was commissioned a Captain 
of the Foiu'th Regiment of Pennsylvania troojJs under the command of Col. 
Anthony Wayne. He remained in the service for several years, being i:)resent 
in tlic canqiaign which led to the surrender of Burgoyne, and at the battle of 
Brandywine, immediately after which he was taken prisoner by the British, 
from which imprisonment escaping after a six months' captivity in Philadel- 
phia, he was present with his command at the battle of Monmouth. 

He rose to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. He resigned from the army 
October 9, 1778, because he could not procure the righting of what he con- 
ceived the injustice done him by Congress in promoting his junior officers 
over his head during his captivity. 

He was afterward appointed Clothier General of the army, but did not 



GENERATION XVII. 6\i 

accept the appointment. In May, 1781, he was elected a Brigadier-General 
in the service of the state of Pennsylvania ; was elected to the state legislature 
in 1781, 1782 and 1784, and afterward held, at different times, the positions 
of Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, County Treasurer, Register of 
Deeds and Register of Wills of Chester county. Pa. 

He was a son of John Frazer, a merchant of Philadelphia, and his wife, 
Mary Smith, who emigrated from Glasslough, County Monaghan, Ireland, in 
17 — . The family was originally from Scotland. 

Mary Worrall Taylor, wife of Persifor Frazer, born April S, 17-1:5, died 
November 30, 1830, was a daughter of John Taylor, of Thornbury, Delaware 
Co., Pennsylvania, and his wife bom Sarah "Worrall. John Taylor was a 
large landowner, and an ironmaster. 

Mary Ann Frazer, wife of Jonathan Smith, inherited from her father a 
considerable body of lands in Western Pennsylvania on which he had located 
some of his Revolutionary land warrants. 

Robert Smith (XVII 16) was a fanner living in the neighborhood of 
Brandywine Manor church, where he and his wife are buried. He lost a leg 
from an injury caused by the bite of a dog. The woimd threatened to mortify, 
and the leg was amputated by Dr. Physick of Philadelphia. 

His wife, Esther Kennedy, born 1770, died May 1, 1850, was a daughter 
of William Kennedy, and Martha his wife, who were of West Cain township, 
Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 

Joseph Smith (XVII 17) left home in early life. His first employment 
was as a clerk in a store in Pughtown, in what is now South Coventry town- 
ship, Chester county, on French creek, about eight miles northeast from his 
father's home in Upper Uwchlan. This was, perhaps, about the year 1788. 
There were iron mines, furnaces and forges on French creek above this point, 
and PughtovTi was probably the place of trading for them. 

Joseph's brother John, who was eight years his senior, and for whom he 
was a factor for a number of years, was probably interested in some of these 
works, as were also the Bulls, into which family John Smith married. The 
store was probably John Smith's property. 

After a time Joseph Smith went, probably in 1789, to Columbia, in 
Lancaster county, on the Susquehanna river, where he kept a country store, 
in partnership with James Wright, in the old ferry house near the present 
line of Locust street. They were also agents for the sale of the iron made 



■^0 THE SMITH RECORD. 

by his brother John, who had by that time established himself at Joanna 
furnace. The haul from Joanna to Columbia must have been about forty 
miles, but the main roads led in that direction, and Columbia was an im- 
portant point of distribution, the Susquehanna river being navigable below 
that point. 

He was also the first postmaster of Columbia, the duties of which posi- 
tion were not perhaps very onerous, as the total income of the office in 1790 
was $10.44. 

While in Columbia Joseph Smith made his home in the family of James 
Wright. Out of this connection grew an intimacy between the families which 
lasted for one hundred years, Joseph Smith naming his oldest and his youngest 
daughters for members of Mr. AVright's family. 

During his residence in Columbia, General Washington passed through 
the touTi on his way to the seat of the Whiskey Insurrection in the fall of 
1794. The young men of Columbia pi'epared a grand bateau, in which they 
proposed to carry him across the Susquehanna river, there a mile in width, 
and deputed Joseph Smith to convey their wishes to the Greneral. He re- 
ceived him very graciously, and regi'etted that he must decline the offer, as 
no provision could be made on the bateau for his horses, and he could not 
send them over on a raft with no one to care for them but his negro driver. 
So great was the disappointment of the spokesman for the yoimg men that 
lie could scarcely command his voice or find fitting words with which to with- 
draw from the General's august presence. 

Whether he tired of the monotony of life in Columbia, or whether it 
was found to be an undesirable market for John Smith's furnace products is 
not known, but in 1795 we find Joseph Smith engaged in an expedition to 
Erie, Pennsylvania. 

In 1794, soon after the consummation of the purchase by the state from 
the General Government, March 3, 1792, of what is now the northwestern 
corner of Pennsylvania, William Irvine, Andrew Ellicott and Albert Gallatin 
were appointed commissioners to lay out the town of Erie, "in order to facili- 
tate the progress of settlement within that section of the Commonwealth, to 
secure it against other claimants, and to afford additional security to the 
frontiers thereof." In the same year the first movement was made to carry 
out the purposes of the commission, but as the whole Indian country was 
then excited by the military operations of General Wayne in Ohio, and as he 
had not yet achieved his decisive victory of August 20, 1794, at "Fallen 
Timbers" or "Maumee Rapids," Ohio, the commissioners found the attitude 



GENERATION XVII. 41 

of the Indians so threatening that they did not proceed beyond Fort Franklin 
in what is now Venango county at the junction of French creek with the 
Allegheny river, about fifty miles south of their destination at Erie. It was 
supposed that the Delaware chief Cornplanter might at any time attack the 
whites, and the commission thought best to assist in strengthening the defences 
of the fort, and not to attempt to go further for the time. 

During the winter of 1794-95 the difficulties with the Indians were 
quieted, and April 18, 1795, the legislature directed that four towns which 
are now the to^^^lS of Erie, Franklin, Warren and Waterford, should be laid 
out. 

This second expedition was composed of a corps of engineers, about sixty 
in all, \vith Surveyor-General Andrew Ellicott at the head, and it had an 
escort composed of a company of United States troops under Callender Irvine, 
who were ordered to erect a stockade fort; and a company of Pennsylvania 
militia commanded by Captain John Grubb. They arrived at Erie July, 
1795, and remained in the field for several months, during which time they 
laid out the towns above named, and marked the boundaries of Butler and 
Erie counties. 

Joseph Smith, who was probably a member of the corps of surveyors, 
represented the march as one calling constantly for great watchfulness. All 
hands were required to take turns at guard duty, and all complied except 
Enoch Lewis, an assistant surveyor, who was a Chester county quaker. One 
night when the whole command lay under arms, expecting an Indian attack, 
Lewis took his blankets, went out of camp, and lay under the stars, declining 
the protection of the armed force, in whose duties he would not share. He 
had to stand much ridicule, but he maintained his position during his whole 
term of service. 

Joseph Smith said that the expedition was at times very nearly out of 
provisions, and that if the Indians upon whom they were partly dependent 
for supplies, and who looked on their woi'k with very jealous eyes, had realized 
this they could easily have starved them out. The commission was partly 
protected by the superstitious dread with which their tools and their work 
inspired the savages. One of them having asked permission to look through 
the telescope attached to one of the surveying instruments, saw the sentry at 
whom it was pointed apparently standing on his head, the telescope having 
reversed his position. Feeling that the fate of the sentry might be his own, 
were the instrument turned on him, he got out of its range as rapidly as his 
gravity would permit him to move. 



42 THE SMITH RECORD. 

The expedition finished its labors about Christmas, and its members re- 
turned to their homes. 

After his return from the Erie exjiedition, Joseph Smith established 
himself in business in Philadelphia, probably in 1796. He was at first an 
ironmonger, and was, as before, the agent for the sale of his brother John's 
iron from Joanna furnace. Later he became a shipping merchant, trading 
with India and China for silks, etc., with Ireland for linen goods, and with 
Germany. His store was on the northeast corner of the Chestnut street wharf, 
on the Delaware river front, and in later years he frequently sent for his 
family, who lived on the north side of "Walnut street, one door above the 
comer of Third street, in a house which he had built, to come down to his 
store to see an "Indiaman" come into port. 

For a number of years he was a very successful merchant, and was con- 
cerned in several public enterprises. He was an intimate friend of his cousin, 
Eobert Fulton, and took a great interest in his projects. He owned one-eighth 
interest in the '"Delaware," which was one of Fulton's steamboats built in 181(5 
to rim from Philadelphia to Newcastle, Delaware. It there made connection 
with a stage line to Elkton, Maryland, whence the steamboat "Chesapeake" 
continued the route to Baltimore. The line was at first financially successful, 
but afterward met with reverses. The buildings at Newcastle were burned, 
and thoiigh they were rebuilt, a large part of the income of the line was 
absorbed in building, as a connecting link between the steamboat lines on 
Delaware and Chesapeake bays, the Newcastle and Frenchtown Eailroad,' 
which commenced operations in 1830, and upon which the fiirst American 
locomotive, built in that year by Col. Stephen H. Long, of Philadelphia, 
made its trial trip July 4, 1831. This and the steamboat line were afterward 
consolidated with the Philadelphia, Wilmingion and Baltimore Railroad, the 
o^vners of the older lines taking stock in the latter road for their interests. 
The new corporation was not at first successful, and made very little return 
to its owners for a number of years. 

Joseph Smith's career continued a prosperous one till after the second 
war with Great Britain (1812-15), and he was in 1818 worth about $80,000, 
a handsome fortune in those days. In the general business collapse which 
occurred soon after the close of the war, his firm, which was composed of 
Joseph Smith, Joseph Carson, father of the late eminent physician of that 
name, of Walnut street above Twelfth, and grandfather of the present At- 
torney-General (1905), Hampton L. Carson, and perhaps another person, was 
unable to meet its obligations. 



GENERATION XVII. 



43 



They still handled iron among other productions, and were still factors 
for Joanna furnace. On one occasion Carson bought a large quantity of iron, 
for which he gave the notes of the firm. This action, taken in the absence 
of his partners, was in excess of his powers, no one partner being permitted 
to thus pledge the credit of the firm. A great fall in prices followed, and the 
firm became embarrassed. Carson bitterly regretted his error, but it was 
irretrievable, and it was found to be necessary to close up the business. 

Joseph Smith was afterward associated with Benjamin Hutchinson and 
George Taylor as a firm of brokers, but for some reason, now unknown, the 
partnership did not continue long, and in March, 1824, he retired from busi- 
ness and removed to his farm in Chester county. The social relation between 
the families of Smith and Hutchinson continued to be one of cordial intimacy 
till the death of Joseph Smith's eldest daughter in 1886. 

The Chester county home, which was in East Whiteland township, about 
twenty-five miles from Philadelphia, on the Philadelphia and Lancaster turn- 
pike, at the Steamboat tavern, and near the present Glenloch station on the 
Pennsylvania Eailroad, was a fine farm of about 172 acres, lying on the south 
side of Chester Valley, and on the South Valley hill. It was bought by 

Joseph Smith from Kennedy about 1803, and was used by him 

for some years as a summer home. At that time the dwelling was on the 
north side of the turnpike, but after he removed to the country he built a 
home on the south side of the turnpike, and turned the older house into the 
"Steamboat Inn," by which name it is still known. The name was doubtless 
suggested to him by his business relations with his cousin Eobert Fulton. 

After her husband's death he invited his mother-in-law, Mrs. Col. Frazer, 
to make her home with him, and she spent there the rest of her life. 

His children for some years attended school at the Chester County 
Academy in the summer, and there my mother, his daughter Marianne, then 
a child of 7, first met in 1812 my father Stephen Harris, and an acquaint- 
ance began which led to their marriage twenty-one years later. 

^Yhen Joseph Smith moved to Chester county he still had a comfortable 
estate. He managed, in addition to his large farm, a valuable marble quarry, 
three-eighths of a mile west of the "Steamboat Inn." This produced a hand- 
some blue and white marble, which for some years was much used in Phila- 
delphia. The front porches of the houses in Portico Row, on the south side 
of Spruce street, between jSTinth and Tenth streets, contain good examples 
of this marble, which shows little, if any, deterioration in three-quarters of 
a century. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



When the white marble of the New England states began to come to 
Philadelphia, it took the popular fancy, and being more easily wrought, and 
therefore cheaper, the Chester county quarry no longer yielded a profit. 

Joseph Smith then opened another quarry near the first, which he thought 
would produce granite, but his geology was at fault, and the money which 
he spent to develop the second quarry was lost. 

In 1839 he had a slight stroke of paralysis, which led liim to feel that 
he could no longer manage his farm, and he sold it to Josiah Harmar, son 
of General Josiah Harmar (who was commander of the United States army 
from August 12, 1784, to 1791), and removed in March, 1840, to West 
Chester, where his son Persifor Frazer Smith had established himsulf as a 
lawyer. He bought a house on Market street, opposite to where the county 
jail now stands, and there he spent the greater remaining part of his life, 
though he died at the house of his son Persifor Frazer Smith. 

He was a genial, cheery man, of medium height, rather stoutly built, 
but not corpulent. He had a large fund of anecdote, and he was an agree- 
able companion. He was fond of good horses, and it is said that his gray 
horse Surrey walked habitually at the rate of five miles an hour, a very un- 
usually rapid gait. 

He was not a church member, but was an habitual church attendant. 
His mother had been a Baptist, and he so far was governed by her xnews 
that he objected to infant baptism and would not consent that any of his 
children should be baptized till they came to years of discretion. 

When the family first moved to Chester county in 1824, they worshipped 
for some years at the Great Valley Presbyterian church, which was about 
five miles east of their home. After 1829 they went for two or three years 
to St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal church, about one-half mile west of their 
home on the Lancaster turnpike. It was built in 1828 avowedly as a union 
church for the use of all denominations, Jonathan and Joseph Smith, whose 
families wore both Presbyterians, contributing to its erection more than half 
the money required to build it. 

When the Presbyterian church in West Chester was opened in January, 
1834, Joseph Smith's family attended the services there, the church being 
about five miles distant. He was a contributor to the erection of the church, 
now known as Frazer Presbyterian church, which was completed in 1839, 
but as he removed to West Chester the next year the family thereafter wor- 
Bhipped in that town. 

His wife, Mary Frazer, born January 14, 1780, died May 23, 1862, 



GENERATION XVII. 45 

was a daughter of Col. Persifor Frazer and his wife, born Mary Worrall 
Taylor, and a sister of Mary Ann Frazer, who married his brother Jonathan 
Smith. 

An account of the Frazer family will be found in the notice of Jonathan 
Smith. 

Isaac Smith (XVII 19) lived on a farm on the Lancaster turnpike near 
Sadsbury, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, which belonged to his brother Jon- 
athan Smith. After the death of his wife he lived for a time with his sister 
Susanna, at Brandywine Manor church, and later removed to Wrightsville, 
York Co., Pennsylvania. 

Isaac Smith in his will directed about one hundred dollars to be placed 
by his executors in the hands of the trustees of Brandywine Manor church, 
to be used in keeping the eastAvard graveyard in good order. Pillars bearing 
his initials were placed by the trustees at the entrance, and a gate, which was 
also purchased out of this fund, was placed there. 

His wife, Margaret Fleming, born June -i, 1774, died July 12, 1820, 
was the youngest child of James Fleming and his wife, born Jane Cowan, 
of Sadsbury township, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, who were married No- 
vember 10, 1756, by Kev. Nathan Grier, of Brandywine Manor church. 

James Fleming was a farmer, owning 201 acres of land, about the center 
of Sadsbury township, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, lying along the Lancaster 
and Philadelphia road. He inherited also from his uncle George Fleming, 
who died unmarried, a farm of 230 acres, with a grist mill, situated in West 
Cain township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 

He is thought to have been killed in one of the battles of the Revolu- 
tion that was fought in New Jersey in 1778. 

James Fleming's father was John Fleming, of Coatesville, Pa., and his 
grandfather was William Fleming, born in Greenock, Scotland, about 16G2, 
who came to this country in 1680, settling first in Maryland, on Chesapeake 
bay. Four years later he went to Concord township, Delaware Co., Pennsyl- 
vania, where he married Mary Moore, daughter of Eichard Moore, a farmer 
of English birth. He removed to Chester Co., Pennsylvania, in 1714, and 
settled there on a farm of 207 acres, building his house on the site of what 
is now Houston & Penrose's rolling mill, on Brandywine creek within the 
Umits of the borough of Coatesville, Pennsylvania. 

Edward Smith (XVII 21) was, when a young man, engaged to marry 
Miss Lydia Imlay, who was probably a daughter of William Eugene Imlay, 



4b THE SMITH RECORD. 

Captain Third Regiment of Hunterdon county, New Jersey, and afterward 
a Captain in the Continental army, who was characterized by Gov. Living- 
ston as "a decided and active Whig who served as Captain in the army with 
reputation." He was also a member of the State Legislative Council, and 
of the General Assembly of New Jersey in 1786. 

Miss Imlay was a lady of most estimable character, but the match be- 
came in some way repugnant to Edward Smith. He left home shortly before 
the time set for the marriage, went to the West Indies and was never heard 
of again. 

Miss Imlay was adopted by Judge Isaac Smith, who had no children 
except Edward. She lived always thereafter at his house, and inherited his 
property. She had been one of the bevy of girls who sang the song of welcome 
to Washington at Trenton in 1789, which began — 

"Welcome mighty chief, once more 
Welcome to this grateful shore." 

James Graham and his brother and sisters (XVII 22 to XVII 27). 
Nothing is known of this family. They may have removed to the West or 
Soutliwest ; at all events they disappear from the history of Chester county, 
so far as I have been able to discover. 

Susanna Armstrong (XVII 29). She died at an early age soon after 
her marriage to her cousin Gideon Smith {XVII 4), leaving no children. 

Sarah Armstrong (XVII 30). Her husband, John Finney McClenachan, 
born about 1759, was a son of Elijah McClenachan, of New London town- 
ship, Chester county, who was a son of John ilcClenachan, and his wife, born 
Ann Finney, of Thunder Hill, New London, Chester county, Pennsylvania. 
Elijah McClenachan was one of the Commissioners of Chester county in 
17!)0. He was one of the elders of the New London Presbyterian clmrch 
elected in 1797. 

Robert Armstrong (XVII 31) was a farmer. It is remembered of him 

only I hat he was a tall man, and a great consumer of snufF. He is buried at 
Fagg's Manor Presbyterian church. 

His wife, Jane Young Cochran, born West Fallowfield township, Chester 
Co., Pennsylvania, 1740, died April 9, 1811 — but at the time of her mar- 
riage a resident of Windsor, York Co., Pennsylvania — ^was a daughter of 



GENERATION XVII. 47 

Stephen Cochran, born November 27, 1732, died November 1, 1790, who 
commanded a company of troops in the Eevolutionary war, and was elected 
a member of the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1777 and 1778. Stephen's 
parents were James Cochran, emigrant from Ireland, and Ann Eowan, daugh- 
ter of Cornelius Kowan. Jane Young Cochran's brother Samuel, who at the 
age of sixteen was a drummer boy in his father's company, Avas a Represen- 
tative in the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1816 and 1817, a Senator from 
1818 to 1820, and Surveyor-General of the State from 1800 to 1809, and 
again from 1821 to 1824. He was for forty years a ruling elder of the 
Fagg's Manor Presbyterian church. 

The home of the Cochran family was Cochranville, West Fallowfield 
township, Chester county, which took its name from them. 



Margaret Armstrong (XVII 32). Her husband, Robert Russel, was a 
clergyman of the Presbyterian church. 

Jane Armstrong (XVII 33). Her husband, George Correy, born June 
8, 1756, died June 6, 1827, was probably a son of David Correy, of New 
London to-^vnship, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, who by his will dated February 
27, 1788, left his plantation, whereon he lived, to his sons David and George. 

Jane Lewis (XVII 38). Her liusbaud, Tliomas MaxAvell, was probably 
a son of Robert Maxwell and his wife Elizabeth of East Nottingham town- 
ship, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. Thomas, in his will dated December 30, 
1791, probated November 13, 1792, mentions his son Thomas. 

Thomas Maxwell died about 1796. He had made preparations to settle 
in what is now West Virginia, and had made one or more journeys there. 
On his last journey he was known to have reached the Monongahela river, 
but there all trace of him was lost. He had a considerable amount of money 
with him, and it was thought that he was murdered for his money, though 
he may have drowned. After his death, his wife removed, about 1799, with 
her children to Browns creek, Harrison Co., West Virginia, settling on land 
belonging to Col. William Lowther. She lived afterward at Lost Creek, and 
her last home was at Jane Lew, a town named for her by her son Lewis 
MaxweU. 

Her father and mother and some of her sisters emigrated with her from 
Pennsylvania. 



48 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Susanna Cunningham (XVII 45). Her husband, Andrew Stanley, born 
June 24, 1767, was a farmer of Honeybrook township, Chester Co., Penn- 
sylvania. He had there a laro;e farm and a tannery. 



Sarah Cunningham (XVII 46). Her husband, Matthew Stanley, a 
brother of Andrew above named, born 1762, died June 15, 1844, was a 
farmer and a man of considerable estate. He was a General in the war 
of 1812-15, an elder from 1819 in the Brandywine Manor Presbyterian 
church, to which he and his brother Andrew were contributors throughout 
their lives, a memlier of the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1829 and 1830, a 
Justice of the Peace, appointed May 7, 1798, and serving in that capacity 
for many years thereafter, one of the nine corporators to whom the 
charter for the Brandywine Manor Presbyterian church was granted in Sep- 
tember, 1786, and a man of most estimable and honorable life. He was a 
trusted friend and adviser of Mrs. Col. Robert Smith, his wife's aunt, who 
spent a part of her later life as an inmate of his family, and a man of ex- 
tended influence. 

He and his wife are buried in the Brandywine Manor graveyard, and 
their joint monument bears on one side the inscription — ■ 

"Sacred to the memory of Sarah C. Stanley, who departed this life May 
11, 1S36, in the 63rd year of her age, beloved and lamented. Her deeds of 
benevolence are her most enduring monument, her present inheritance the 
richest reward of a life of faith." 

On the opposite side, where Gen. Stanley's death is recorded, is the char- 
acterization — 

"A patriot and a Christian." 

The Stanley home was on the Harrisburg turnpike, about one mile east 
of Brandywine Manor Presbyterian church. 

General and Mrs. Stanley left no surviving children, and his large prop- 
erty passed by his will to his near relatives. 



Margaret Cunningham (XVII 47). Her husband, William Lewis, born 
June 25, 1776, died June 21, 1825, was probably a relative of the Alexander 
Lewis who married Margaret Cunningham's aunt, Mary Smith (XVI 9). 

There were and still are many people named Lewis, or related to the 
Lewis family, in the northwestern part of Chester county, Pennsylvania. 



GENERATION XVII. 4» 

William Lewis' parents were probably Obed and Hester Lewis. Obed 
Lewis was in 1774 a landowner of West Cain township, Chester Co., Penn- 
sylvania. His will was dated September 6, 181 G, and admitted to probate 
December 27, 1816. 

Robert Fnlton (XVII 51). His life has been so fully written that a 
short notice of him must suffice here. He received a common school educa- 
tion in Lancaster, showing, while at school, evidence of great mechanical 
ingenuity. 

He went to Philadelphia at the age of 17, and supported himself there, 
first as a silversmith and afterward as a mechanical draughtsman and min- 
iature painter. He had in 1785 a studio at Second and Walnut streets. At 
the age of 21, his father being dead, he purchased for his mother a farm of 
about 85 acres in Washington Co., Pennsylvania, paying therefor £80. The 
deed is dated May 8, 17SG. He went to London in 1786 and spent some 
years there. He was a pupil of Benjamin West, the Chester county painter. 

He went to Paris in 1797, and while there lived in the house of Joel 
Barlow, the author of "The Columbiad," which poem Barlow dedicated to 
Fulton, who furnished the drawings to illustrate the book. He returned to 
New York in 1806. 

His career as an inventor of steamboats, or rather as the successful 
adapter of steam to the propulsion of vessels, and also as the inventor of the 
torpedo for use in submarine warfare, is well known. 

He was an intimate friend of Jonathan and Joseph Smith (XVIII 15 
and 17), who were his second cousins, and who were pecuniarily interested in 
his inventions, and in some of his business ventures. 

He died in New York of pneumonia, was buried from his home, Xo. 1 
State street, and lies in the Trinity churchyard, in the family vault of Walter 
and Robert C. C. Livingston, sons of Robert Livingston, of Livingston Manor, 
New York. 

He was a handsome man, of great personal dignity, agreeable manners 
and noble qualities of heart. 

His wife, Harriet Livingston, daughter of Walter Livingston, did not 
long outlive her husband. 



50 



THE SMITH KECORD. 



GENERATION XVIII. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



RESIDENCE. 



x\aii I 

1 

2 



James Smith. 

Susanna Smith. 
John Smith. 
Gideon Smith. 
Martha Smith. 



The Childbed of James Smith (XVII 1) and Sabah White. 



The Chiidben of John Smith (XVII 3) and Jane McMechin. 



James McMechin 

Smith. 
John Evans Smith. 
Rebecca Smith. 
Martha Smith. 







1780. 






1792. 


Mnr. 


17 


1795. 


Dec. 


5 


1797. 



Sept. 16, 1881. 
Sept. 18, 1801. 



The Chii-dben of Martha Smith (XVII 5) and Samuel Futhey. 



10 


Robert Futhey. 


Margaret Parkinson. 


Jan. 21,1789. 


Sept. 2S, 1819. 


July 29, 1S70. 


AVest Fallowfield, 


u 

12 
13 


Jane Futhey. 
Sarah Futhfy. 
Samuel Futhey. 


never married, 
never married. 
Ann Parliinson. 


May 22, 1790. 
Mar. 10, 1792. 
Feb. 2, 1794. 


Feb. 17,1820. 


Fell. 14,1836. 
Nov. 29, 1844. 
Mar. 29, 1855. 


Wrightsville, Pa. 

Wrightsville. Pa. 

West Fallowfield. 

Chester Co Pa 


14 


John Smith Futhey. 


Julianna Heintzleman 


Dec. 10, 1796. 


July 4, 1840. 


Aug. 18, 1867. 


WrightsviUe, Pa. 



The Children of James Smith (XVII 7) and Elizabeth Hubbakd. 



15 Elizabeth Smith. Isaac Wayne. 



TiiE Childbek of Emma Smith (XVII 10) and Robebt Pobteb. 



16 


Elizabeth Porter. 


.Tohn Meek. 


1786. 




1808. 


Aug. 5,1866. 


Pittsburg, Pn. 


17 


















Porter. 


never married. 


1788. 






Feb. 3,1849. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


18 


Robert Smith 
















Porter. 


Xnncy Miller. 


Jan. 15.1792. 


Apr. 


15, 1810. 


May 1. 1859. 


Tarentum, Pa. 


19 


John Porter. 


Margaret Hazelet. 


Jan. 16,1790. 


May 


24. 1820. 


1874. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


20 


Jonathan Porter. 


I. Elizabeth Miller. 
II. Love Cnrnahan. 


1797. 






Mnr. 4,1858. 


Nr Tarentum. Pa. 


21 


Amelia Porter. 


never married. 


1801. 






Feb. 5, 1866. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


?^ 




Robert McGarrybill. 










Pittsburg, Pa. 


23 


Nancy Porter. 


Robert Glass. 








Oct. 14,1851. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 



vSKNERATION XVIII. 



51 



GENERATION XVIII. 



OP PAMILT. 



CONSORT. 





The Childben of Susanna Smith (XVII 11) and Nathan Gbier. 




XVIII 












24 
25 


Agnes Smith Grier. 
Robert Smith Grier. 


Robert White. 
I. Elizabeth 


Dec. 12, 1788. 


June 1,1809. 


Sept. 27, 1870. 


Pagg's Manor, Pa. 






Laverty. 
II. Sarah Jane 


May 11, 1790. 


I.Oct. 22,1812. 


Dec. 5,9, 1865. 


Emmittsburg, Pa. 






Annan. 




II. July 26,1841. 










III. Margaret 














Stewart. 




III. Aug. 14, 1858 






26 


John Nathan 














Caldwell Grier. 


Agnes Ralston. 


June 8 , 1792. 


Sept. 9,1813. 


Sept. 12, 1880. 


Brandywine 


27 


Martha Grier. 


Samuel Parke. 


Dec. 1, 1794. 


Nov. 8, 1814. 


Feb. 1864. 


Slate Ridge, Pa. 
Fagg's Manor. Pa. 


28 


Sarah Grier. 


Robert Thompson. 


Feb. 25, 1798. 


Dec. 22,1818. 


Jan. 25,1882. 



The Childben of John Smith (XVII 12) and Elizabeth Bull. 



29 Ann Hunter Smith. 
Thomas Bull Smith. 



Sarah Bull Smith. 
Alary Cobean Smith. 
Margaretta 

Vaughan Smith. 
Elizabeth Bull 

Smith. 
Levi Bull Smith. 
John Vaughan 

Smith. 



James Richards. 



VTilliam Darling. 

■Joseph O'Brien. 
Emily H. Badger. 
I. Mary Smith 

Marshall 
II. Virginia Parker. 
George Burcker. 
Goodloe Harper 

B. 



Sept. 21, 1791. 
Aug. 17, 1793. 



Oct. 7, 1795. 
Sept. 17, 1798. 



Apr. 28,1808. 
Mar. 31, 1811. 
Aug. 22, 1813. 



Dec. 6, 1811. 
Sept. 29, 1816. 
June 2, 1814. 

Jan. 14,1820. 

Jan. 14,1820. 
Apr. 10,1827. 



Apr. 25, 1857. 
Feb. 24, 1825. 



June 1, 1834. 
Aug. 8,1876. 



I. Sept. 1, 1834. 
II. June 4, 1846. 

July 15. 1840.1 Aug. 29, 1847. 



Joanna Furnace, 
Pa. 

Joanna Furnace, 
Pa. 

Dale Forge, Pa. 



Philadelphia. Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 



U. S. Navy. 
Flushing, L. I. 



Jan. 9, 1840. Aug. 1, 1877. i Near Pittsburg. 



The Children of Margaret Smith (XVII 14) and SAMtrEL Kennedt. 



39 


Samuel Kennedy. 


never married. 








New Orleans, La. 


40 


William Duke 














Kennedy. 


Ann Maria Sherborne. 


May 27, 1791. 


Oct. 16,1816. 


Dec. 27. 1861. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


41 


Robert Smith 

Kennedy. 










Baltimore, Md. 


42 


Joseph Smith 














Kennedy. 


Elizabeth McKuight. 




Dec. 14,1818. 


Mar. 18, 1820. 




43 


Margaret Smith 














Kennedy. 


James Coleman. 




Apr. 1, 1819. 


June 29, 1889. 


Cincinnati, 0. 


44 


Susan Kennedy. 


John Parker. 








Philadelphia, Pa. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XVIII. 



BBSIDBNCB. 



The Childeen of Jonathan Smith (XVII 15) and Maby Ann Fbazeb. 



XVIII 


Margaretta Smith. 
Margaretta Smith. 


David Correy. 


Aug. 14, 1795. 
Aug. 7,1796. 


Mar. 


17, 1818. 


Aug. 14, 1795. 
Mar. 10, 1878. 


Germantowu, Pa. 


47 


Persifor Frazer 

Smith. 


1. Frances Jeanette 
• Bureau. 
II. Ann Monica Arm- 


Nov. 16, 1798. 


I.Jan. 
II. Apr. 


19, 1822. 
18, 1854. 


May 17, 1858. 


New Orleans, La. 


48 
49 


Mary Frazer Smith. 
Beaton Smith. 


Eliakim Littell. 
I. Mary Ann 

Huddleson. 


Oct. 28,1800. 


Feb. 


12, 1828. 


Jan. 31. 1873. 


Boston, Mass. 


Sept. 29, 1802. 


I. Mar. 


18, 1829. 


May 20, 1861. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 






II. Theodosia Pettit. 




II. June 


4, 1839. 






50 


Robert Frazer 
















Smith. 




Nov. 1,1804. 






Feb. 6, 1826. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


.=il 


Mary Auii Smith. 




May 26, 1807. 






Aug. 7,1808. 




52 


Sarah Smith 


Xjevi M. Graves. 


July 18, 1809. 


June 


25, 1844. 




Kittannin,^'. I'a. 


Ci3 




Samuel Robert 


















Sept. 7,1811. 


Jan. 


9, 1833. 


June 27, 1877. 


Evanstou. 111. 


54 


















Smitli. 


Aertsen. 


Sept. 1,1813. 


Nov. 


3, 1834. 


May 7,1887. 


Germantown. Pa. 


55 


Howard Smith. 




Oct. 18,1815. 






Dec. 25, 1819. 




.56 


Jane Correy Smith. 




Nov. 18. 1818. 






Sept. 11, 1819. 







The Childeen of Robebt Smith (XVII 16) and Esther 


Kennedy. 




57 

58 

59 

00 
fil 


Slargaret Smith. 
Jonathan Vauchan 

Smith. 
Margaret Vaughan 

Smith. 
Martha Smith. 


Sarah Calbraith. 

Samuel Bicking. 
William F. Saffer. 


Sept. 16, 1801. 

May 16, 1803. 
May 10. 1806. 


1840. 

Aug. 3, 1822. 
May 8,1838. 


died young. 

Sept. 28, 1842. 

Sept. 1,1877. 
July 24, 1865. 


Dewistown. Pa. 
West Brandywiiie, 




Elizabeth Bull 

Smith. 


Jcscph Christy. 


Apr. 7. 1809. 


Jan. 2. 1827. 


Juno 24. 1878. 


West Brandywlnp. 
Pa. 



The CniLDBEN of Joseph Smith (XVII 17) and Maby Fbazer. 



6? 


EliBEbeth Wright 














never married 


Jan. 6, 1801. 




Dec. 27. 1,8.S5. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


63 


Eraraa Vanghan 


Henry Augustus 












Smith. 


Riley. 


Dec. 3.1802. 


Sept. 28. 1832. 


Fob. 17. 1843. 


Sfontrosp. Pa. 


f.4 


Marianne Smith. 


Stephen Harris. 


Apr. 2, 1805. 


Apr. 4,1833. 


Mar. 12. 1890. 


Germantown, Pa. 


65 
















Smith. 


Fairlarab. 


.Tan. 2.^1808. 


July 24.1833. 


May 25. 1882. 


West Chester. Pa. 


n\ 


Marthn Smith 


never married. 


Jan. 13.1810. 




Nov. 4.1872. 


New York. N. Y. 


67 


VauKhi.n Smith. 


Mary Elizabeth 














Shepperd. 


Feb. 14, 1812. 


Sept. 1,1842. 


Nov. 21. 1891. 


Wilmington. Del. 


68 


Rhod» Wright 














Smith. 


never married. 


Aug. 22. 1817. 




June 27, 190.-?. 


Germantown, Pa. 



GENERATION XVIII. 



63 



GENERATION XVIII. 



KBMBaR OP FAMILY. 



The Childben of Isaac Smith (XVII 19) and Mabgaket Fleming. 



xviir 














en 


Robert Washington 














Smith. 


Martha Herr. 


Jan. 10, 1805. 




Oct. 21,1884. 


WrightSTille, Pa. 


70 


James Fleming 

Smith. 














I. Elizabeth Sehall. 


Jan. 1, 1807. 


I 


Aug. 17, 1854. 


Wrightsville, Pu. 






II. Frances Levergood 




11. Aug. 16,1854. 






71 


Jonathan Vaughan 














Smith. 




Feb. 22, 1808. 




Sept. 28, 1828. 




72 


Samuel McKean 














Smith. 


Elizabeth KaufEelt. 


May 21, 1812. 


Mar. 29, 1837. 


Feb. 24, 1879. 


WrightSTille, Pa. 



The Children of Robebt Abmstronq (XVII 31) and Jane Young Cochran. 



Jane Young 

Armstrong. 
Thomas Smith 

Armstrong. 
Susanna Armstrong. 

Hannah Cochran 

Armstrong. 

Eliza A. Armstrong. 

Robert C. 

Armstrong. 

Stephen J. 

Armstrong. 



never married. 

never married. 
Stephen Henry 

Cochran 



never married, 
never married. 



Oct. 


27 


1789. 


Apr. 


27 


1792. 


July 18, 1794. | 


Oct. 
July 


4 

8 


179G. 
1798. 


Oct. 


13 


1801. 


Sept 


11 


1807. 



Apr. 17,1823. 



Feb. 24, 1816. 

Aug. 2,1799. 

Oct. 22,1859. 

Oct. 19,1825. 
Mar. 13, 1829. 

Jan. 22, 1831. 

June 1846. 



Chester Co., Pa. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Chester Co., Pa. 
Lancaster, Pa. 



Chester Co., Pa. 
York Co., Pa. 



Robert Russel. 
Sarah Russel. 
Susan Russel. 



The Children of Mabgaeet Abmstbono (XVII 32) and Roiikut Russel. 
1798. 



The Children of Jane Armstrong (XVII 33) and GEORfiE Cobrev. 



m 




Margaretta Smith. 


Oct. 26.1788. 


Mar. 


17, 1818. 


Nov. 4,1827. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 


84 


Susan Correy. 


William Finney. 


Aug. 28, 1790. 


Sept. 


7, 1815. 


June 18, 1817. 


ChurchviUe. Md. 


85 


Thomas Correy. 


never married. 


Sept. 4,1792. 






1826. 


Near LouisviUe^,^ 


86 


Robert Correy. 


never married. 


July 29, 1794. 






1828. 


New London, Pa". 


87 




John Wilson. 


July 12,1796. 






Feb. 17, 1S44. 




88 


Samuel Correy. 


never married. 


Nov. 13, 1798. 






Oct. 29.1823. 








never married. 


Nov. 2,1800. 






Dec. 1823. 




90 




















Magraw. 


Apr. 20, 1805. 


Apr. 


1832. 


Oct. 27,1874. 


Baltimore, Md. 


91 


Jane Correy. 


never married. 


Mar. 9, 1807. 






Aug. 12, 1886. 





54 



THB SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XVIII. 



The Children of Jane Lewis (XVII 38) and Thomas Maxwell. 



93 
94 

95 
97 


Abner Maxwell. 

Levi Maxwell. 
LewiB Maxwell. 

Robert Maxwell. 

Amy Maxwell. 
Mary Maxwell. 


I. Susan Davidson. 

11. Judith Moddisett. 
Sarah Haymond. 

I. Sophronia Wilson. 

1. Jane Pritchard. 

I. Rebecca Estlacli. 

III. 

John Peck. 

I. John Swisher. 
11. Hawley. 


1785. 
July 25,1788. 
Feb. 19, 1791. 
Aug. 27, 1799. 


Mar. 23, 1823. 

II.' 1859. 
I. Mar. 19, 1812. 

"^•Aug. 7,1825. 


1864. 

Nov. 13, 1884. 
1865. 

Feb. 5, 1884. 
May 23. 1847. 


Harrison Co., 

W. Va. 

Weston, W. Va. 
Lewis Co., W. Va. 

Lost Creek, W.Va. 




The Childben of Jane Cunningham (XVII 43) and Willl^m Thompson. 


98 
99 
lUO 
101 
102 

103 


William Thompson. 
Samuel Thompson. 
Sarah Thompson. 
John C. Thompson. 
Benjamin Franklm 

Thompson. 
Davis Thompson. 


Susanna Dauman. 
Mary McOarer. 
never married. 


July 1,1787. 
Nov. 15, 1788. 
Apr. 25, 1790. 
Oct. 30,1792. 

Jan. 28,1796. 
Sept. 1805. 


1811. 
Apr. 5, 1821. 


Jan. 6,1807. 
Aug. 10, 1824. 

about 1866. 


Noblestown, Pa. 




The Ciuldben of Susanna Cunningham (XVII 45) and Andrew Stanlet. 


104 
105 
106 

107 

!§l 

110 
111 


Samuel Stanley. 
Martha Stanley. 
Sarah Stanley. 

Mary Stanley. 
John Stanley. 
Cunningham 

Stanley 
William Stanley. 
Matthew Stanley. 


never married. 
Hugh Robinson. 
James Wilson Brown. 

never married. 
Kohns. 

never married. 
Rebecca Kirkpatrick 
Susan Gallagher. 


Nov. 15, 1788. 

Sept. 17, 1790. 

1793. 

1808. 
1810. 


Mar. 21, 1833 


Aug. 3,1845. 
Dec. 15, 1874. 

Mar. 25, 1838. 
July 1. 1840. 

Oct. 25,1833. 

Apr. 25, 1871. 


West Cain Twp., 
Chester Co., Pa. 



The Children of Sabah Cunningham (XVII 46) and Matthew Stanley. 



112 Martha Stanley. 



.Tan. 15,1807. 



GENERATION XVIII. 



56 



GENERATION XVIII. 



MBMBER OF FAMILY. CONSORT. 



The Children of Mabgabet Cunningham (XVII 47) and William Joseph Lewis. 



Hannah Lewis. 
Sarah Lewis. 
Rachel Lewis. 
Hester Lewis. 

Mary Ann Lewis. 
Elizabeth Lewis. 
William 

Cunningham Lewis. 
Margaritta Lewis. 
Obed Lewis. 

Maria Lewis. 
Margaret Lewis. 
Samuel Cunningham 
Lewis. 



never married. 
Nathan Dorian. 
James McCachran. 
Daniel Kirkpatrick, 



Letitia C. Michener. 



James McCIure Neely 
Martha Thompson 

Rea. 



May 10, 1798. 
Dec. 7, 1799. 
Not. 19. 1801. 
Nov. 10, 1803. 



Apr. 16,1810. 
Apr. 16, 1810. 

Apr. 25, 1812. 
Dec. 15, 1813. 
Aug. 14, 1816. 



Aug. 


7, 1823. 


Dec. 


15, 1831. 


Sept. 


23, 1851. 


Feb. 


10, 1842. 


Jan. 


8, 1816. 



Dec. 2, 1870. 
Aug. 5,1871. 
Sept. 22, 1859. 
June 12, 1880. 

Dec. 23, 1881. 
Feb. 6, 1878. 

Oct 3. 1876. 
Apr. 27, 1810. 

Jan. 8, 1901. 
Sept. 15, 1815. 
Jan. 22, 1899. 

Aug. 14, 1892. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
NewvUle, Pa. 
Chester Valley, 

Chester Co., Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Springfield, 111. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Children of Robert Fulton (XVII 51) and Habeiet LmNosTON. 



125 


Robert Barlow 














Fulton. 


never married. 


Oct. 16,1808. 




1841. 




126 


Julia Fulton. 


Charles Blight. 


Apr. 3, 1810. 




1848. 




127 


Mary Livingston 

Fulton. 


Robert M. Ludlow. 










128 

i — 


Cornelia Livingston. 
Fulton. 


Edward Charles 

Orary. 


Aug. 6,1812. 









The Children of John Smith (XVII 54) and Hannah Dickey. 



66 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Kebecca Smith (XVIII 8) lived with her cousin, Robert Futhey (XVIII 
10). In her later years her home was with Robert's son, John Smith Futhey 
(XIX 1), in West Chester, Pa. She was an intelligent woman, quiet in man- 
ner, but very agi-eeable and companionable. She outlived all her immediate 
family by 52 years. She was buried in the graveyard of Upper Octorara Pres- 
byterian church. 

Robert Futhey (XVIII 10) lived on a part of the old homestead farm in 
West Fallowfield township, Chester county. He served in the War of 1812-14, 
and was a member of the Legislature in 1841 and 1842. He was a valuable 
citizen, and an influential peacemaker in his neighborhood. 

His wife, Margaret Parkinson, born April 9, 1791, died April 11, 1864, 
was of Carlisle, Pa. Her parents were Richard Parkinson and his wife, born 
Mary Denny, of Cumberland Co., Pa. 

Jane Futhey (XVIII 11) kept house for her brother John S. Futhey 
(XVIII 14), till her death. 

Samuel Futhey (XVIII 13) owned and occupied the old homestead in 
Highland township. 

His wife, Ann Parkinson, born August, 1797, was a sister of his brother 
Robert's wife. 

John Smith Futhey (XVIII 14) was a well-to-do merchant of Wrights- 
ville, York Co., Pa., doing business on Front street in that town, but his later 
years were spent in West Chester, Pa. 

His wife, Julianna Ileintzleman, born Maj' 25, 1802, died June 3, 1867, 
was a sister of Major General Samuel P. Heintzleman, U.S.A., a distinguished 
officer during the Civil war. 

John Smith Futhey left no children. He was engaged in the business of 
transporting merchandise over the railroad between Columbia and Philadel- 
phia, at that time owned by the State of Pennsylvania, which permitted private 
.shippers to use their own cars in transportation, the State furnishing the motive 
power to haul them. 

Elizabeth Smith (XVIII 15), says Dr. Stille in liis life of Gen. Wayne, 
"was a yomig lady of excellent family and of good estate." 

Her husband, Isaac Wayne, born Easttown township in 1768, died Octo- 



GENERATION XVIII. 57 

ber 25, 1852, was the only son of Gen. Anthony Wayne of the Revolutionary 
war, who was born January 1, 1745, married May, 1766, a daughter of Bar- 
tholomew Penrose, a prominent merchant of Philadelphia, and died December 
15, 1796, at Erie, Pa. Gen. Wayne's parents were Isaac Wayne (XVI), died 
1774, a captain in the provincial service, stationed at Nazareth and Fort Allen 
(Allentown) in the winter of 1756, and his wife, born Elizabeth Iddings, died 
1792, daughter of Richard Iddings of Chester county; and his grandfather was 
Anthony Wayne (XV) of Yoi'kshire, England. This man emigrated to County 
Wicklow, Ireland, and was an officer of Dragoons under William III at the 
battle of Boyne, where he greatly distinguished himself. He emigrated to 
America in 1722, and purchased an estate of 1600 acres in EasttoAni to^vnship, 
Chester county, which he called Wayuesborough, which, or a portion of which, 
has ever since remained in his family. He died in 1739. 

Isaac Wayne was educated at Dickinson College, Pennsylvania. After 
gi'aduating he studied law with William Lewis of Philadelphia ; was admitted 
to the Bar in 1794, and practiced his profession till his father, Gen. Anthony 
Wayne, desired him to take care of the family estate, he being himself absent 
with the army. He was a member of the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1801 and 
1802; a member of the State Senate in 1806 and in 1810. He was the Fed- 
eralist nominee for Governor in 1814; a member of Congress in 1822, but 
declined reelection. He was a colonel in the war of 1812. 

Isaac Wayne's family were intimate friends of my father and mother, and 
I remember that they went frequently to take tea with them, my father being 
their family physician, and both my parents being related to Mrs. Wayne, who 
was second-cousin to my father tlirough the Ilubbards, her mother's family, 
and second-cousin to my mother through the Smiths, her father's family. 

Robert Smith Porter (XVIII 18) was born in JTottingham township, 
Washington Co., Pa. He removed when quite young to a point near the head 
waters of Bull creek in Allegheny Co., Pa. Here he remained working at his 
trade which was that of a blacksmith, until his marriage in 1819, when he re- 
moved to ^Muskingum, Ohio. He lived there but a short time, returning to 
Allegheny county, and settling at Tarentum, where he engaged in various busi- 
ness pursuits. 

He bought and leased considerable tracts of land near what is now Valley 
Camp Station on the Buffalo and Allegheny Valley Division of the Pennsylvania 
Railroad, sixteen miles from Pittsburgh. These lands were in Westmoreland 



58 THE SMITH RECORD. 

county, across the Allegheny river from Tarentum. Part of the leased lands 
were farmed by him for a share of the produce, and part were leased for the 
purpose of sinking salt wells, he having already such wells on his own lands. 
Both ventures were profitable, the farming land being rich and productive, and 
the salt wells also proving successful. 

He had a general country store in Tarentum, dealing in dry goods, gro- 
ceries, drugs and patent medicines, some of the medicines and pills being of his 
own manufacture. 

When the Pennsylvania canal was built, his store proved to be conveniently 
located to secure business from it. He arranged to feed and stable the canal 
horses. He purchased rafts of timber and lumber, which came down the river 
in great numbers on the spring freshets every year, broke them up and disposed 
of their contents at retail. Being thus alert and ever ready to engage in all the 
ventures for which the development of the business of a new country gives scope, 
he accumulated what was in those days a large estate, which at his death passed 
to his only child who survived him, John Milton Porter. 

John Porter (XVIII 19) was in his early manhood a millwright, and 
later became a farmer. About the year 1868 he removed to Pittsburgh, where 
he spent the rest of his life. 

His wife, Margaret Hazelett, was of Irish descent, her parents being 
natives of Armagh, Ireland. 

Jonathan Porter (XVIII 20) was a farmer living near Tarentum, Penn- 
sylvania. 

His first wife, Elizabeth Miller, was a sister of Nancy Miller, who was 
the wife of his brother, Robert Smith Porter. 

Nancy Porter (XVIII 22). Her husband, Eobert Glass, was a native of 
Gray Abbey, County Down, Ireland, who emigrated to America early in the 
year 1816, going directly to Pittsburgh, where he opened a grocery store. He 
was appointed alderman of the fiftli ward of Pittsburgh by Gov. George Wolf, 
and was afterward elected treasurer of Allegheny county. He died during his 
term of office, about 1844. 

Agnes Smith Grier (XVIII 24). Her husband, Eobert White, was a 
Presbyterian clergyman. He was born near Trappe in Montgomery Co., Pa., 
July 26, 1784, educated at Norristown Academy, and studied theology under 



GENERATION XVIII. 09 

Rev. Nathan Grier, whose daughter he married. He was licensed to preach 
by New Castle Presbytery April 4, 1809, and became, December 14, 1809, 
pastor of the Presbyterian church at Fagg's Manor, two and one-half miles south 
of Cochranville, Chester county, in which relation he continued till his death 
September 20, 1835. 

He was a man of fine talents, and an instructive and successful preacher. 
He and his wife are buried at Fagg's Manor. 

Robert Smith Grier (XVIII 25) was educated first at Brandywine Acad- 
emy, and was graduated at Dickinson College, Carlisle, September 27, 1809, 
studied theology under his father, Nathan Grier, and later was licensed to 
preach by New Castle Presbytery September, 1812. He was pastor of the 
Presbyterian church near Emmittsburg, Md., from April, 1814, till his death, 
a period of nearly 52 years. He was an able and fearless preacher, and though 
living in a slave State, he openly opposed slavery as a crime, and lived to see 
the system destroyed. 

His first wife, Elizabeth Laverty, born September 1, 1793, died September 
26, 1830, was a daughter of Samuel Laverty, and his wife born Mary Buchanan. 

His second wife, Sarah Jane Annan, died March 14, 1848. 

His third wife was born Margaret Witherow. She was a widow at the 
time of her marriage to E. S. Grier. Her first husband's name was Stuart or 
Stewart. 

John Nathan Caldwell Grier (XVIII 26) pursued the same courses of 
study as his brother Robert, and was graduated by Dickinson College at the same 
time. He received the degree of D.D. from Washington College, Pennsylvania, 
in 1841. He succeeded his father Nathan Grier, as pastor of the Brandywine 
Manor Presbyterian church, November 24, 1814, and served in that capacity 
until April 14, 1869, when his age and infirmities caused him to resign. His 
father's pastorate and his own extended over nearly 82 years. During his min- 
istry Brandywine Manor church received 1200 church members, started four 
colonies which became self-sustaining churches, and sent seventeen young men 
into the ministry. 

His wife, Agnes Ralston, was born September 8, 1795, and died November 
7, 1873. She was a daughter of Cap. James Ralston (born 1767, died Novem- 
ber 7, 1832, who, with John F. Grier, nephew of Nathan Grier, conducted the 
Brandywine Academy), and his wife born Frances Grier in 1766, and died 
January 3, 1828. They are both buried at Brandywine Manor. 



60 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Martha Grier (XVIII 27). Her husband, Samuel Parke, born in Sadsbury 
township, Chester county, November 25, 1788, was graduated at Dickinson Col- 
lege in 1809, studied theology with Rev. Nathan Grier, and was pastor of the 
Slate Ridge Presbyterian church in York coiinty for forty-three years, from 
August, 1814, till he resigned in 1857. He died December 20, 1869. 

Samuel Parke's father was Joseph Parke (XVII), born December 21, 
1737, and died July 2, 1823. He was twice married, and had three children by 
his first wife, and eight children by his second wife, of whom Samuel was the 
fifth. 

Joseph Parke's father was John Parke (XVI) who lived in West Fallow- 
field township, Chester county. He died J\ily 28, 1787, aged 81 years. John's 
wife Elizabeth, died May 21, 1794, aged 82 years. 

John Parke's father was Arthur Parke (XV), a native of Ballylagby, 
County Donegal, Ireland, who, with his wife Mary, and four children, came to 
Pennsylvania in 1724, and took up a large tract of land along the Limestone 
turnpike in West Pallowfiekl township, Chester county. He died in 1740. 

Sarah Grier (XVIII 28) was born and died at Fagg's Manor, Pennsyl- 
vania. Her husband, Robert Thompson, was a physician. He was born near 
Oxford, Pennsylvania, of Quaker ancestry, September 18, 1794. He practiced 
medicine at Fagg's Manor for eight years, and died of consumption February 
21, 1836. 

Ann Hunter Smith (XVIII 29). Her husband, James Richards, born 
May 27, 1782, died September 21, 1828, was remarkable for the fervor of his 
religious convictions, and the purity of his character and his life. He was de- 
scended from Owen Richards, emigrant from North Wales to Pennsylvania 
before 1718, who is recorded as having bought in that year, 300 acres of land 
in Amity township, Bucks Co., Pa. 

Thomas Bull Smith (XVIII 30) took charge, at his father's death in 1815, 
of the iron operation at Joanna furnace, and spent there the rest of his life. 
His wife, Aunetta Old, born December 17, 1793, died ilay 21, 1846. 

Sarah Bull Smith (XVIII 31). Her husband, Jacob Looser, born Janu- 
ary 3, 1787, died September 4, 1823, was a phj'sician. Soon after his marriage 
he relinquished his profession to take charge of his father-in-law's interests at 
Dale forge, Berks county, which lie continued to manage throughout his life. 



GENERATION XVIII. 61 

He was one of the earliest advocates of total abstinence from intoxicating 
drinks. 

Margaret Vaughan Smith (XVIII 33). She and her sister Elizabeth 
(XVIII 34) were married the same day by their consin Rev. John Nathan 
Caldwell Grier. 

Her husband, William Darling, was born November 10, 1796, and died 
September 20, 1871. He was a son of Eliakim Darling and his wife born Ruth 
Buck of Bucksport, Maine. He was admitted to practice law in Berks Co., 
Pennsylvania, November 13, 1818. He was appointed Associate Judge of Berks 
comity in 1830, and remained on the bench till 1839, when he resigned and re- 
sumed the practice of law. He was an elder in the Presbyterian church, a vice- 
president of the American Sunday-school Union from its organization till his 
death, and a corporate member of the American Board of Commissioners for 
Foreign Missions. He removed to Philadelphia in 1855, and died there. 

Elizabeth Bull Smith (XVIII 34) died in London, England, where she 
had gone with her husband for the reestablishment of his health. She was 
buried at Kensal Green cemetery, London. 

Levi Bull Smith (XVIII 35) was born at Joanna furnace; was prepared 
for college by Rev. John F. Grier in Reading, was graduated at Princeton Col- 
lege with honors in 1824, read law in the then famous law school at Litchfield, 
Connecticut, and was adiuitted to practice at the bar of Berks Co., Pennsyl- 
vania, January 10, 1827. In 1833 he formed a partnership to carry on the iron 
business with his brother-in-law. Judge William Darling. Darling and Smith 
were well known manufacturers of stoves. Into this partnership his sons were 
afterward admitted. In 1863 he relinquished to his sons the active management 
of the iron business, and removed to Reading. He was instrumental in estab- 
lishing the First National Bank of Reading, of which he became, upon its or- 
ganization, and continued to the end of his life, the president. He was a promi- 
nent and much respected citizen of Reading, and a member of the Episcopal 
church. His wife, Emily H. Badger, born Janxiary 1, 1807, was a native of 
Bucksport, Maine, and a cousin of Judge William Darling of Reading. She 
died December 16, 1882. 

John Vaughan Smith (XVIII 36) was born at Joanna furnace; was 
graduated at Princeton College in 1825, received his education in medicine at 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



the University of Pennsylvania, and was commissioned as Assistant Surgeon, 
U. S. iN'avy, June 27, 1829. He had charge for several years of the United 
States Naval Hospital at Port Mahon, llinorca. During his nineteen years of 
service, which was mostly spent abroad, he rose rapidly, and at the time of his 
death, he was very highly esteemed as a medical officer. He was then the Senior 
Medical officer of the Xavy Yard at Charlestown, Mass. He was a man of 
great worth and of varied accomplishments. 

His first wife, Mary Smith Marshall, born in Kentucky October 17, 1816, 
died February 1, 1837, was a niece of Judge White. 

His second wife, Virginia Parker, was a daughter of Com. Foxhall Parker, 
United States ISTavj-, and his wife born Sara Jay Bogardus, a granddaughter of 
Dominie Bogardus and his Avife Anncka, who emigrated from Holland with the 
Dominie's congregation. 

Susan Grier Smith (XVIII 37). Her husband, George Burcker, was a 
clergyman of the Episcopal church. He died suddenly June 7, 1847, while he 
was rector of the church at Flushing, o^ew York. 

Jane Correy Smith (XVIII 38). Her husband, Goodloe Harper Bow- 
man, was a banker of large means living in Brownsville, near Pittsburgh. He 
was born April 3, 180-1, and died January 30, 1874. 

Samuel Kennedy (XVIII 39) lived in early manhood at Mill Creek, 
Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania. In mature life he removed to Kew Orleans, 
Louisiana. His further history is not known. 

William Doak Kennedy (XVIII 39) was a carpenter and builder, living 
for some years at NorristOAvn, Pa., where he erected a number of the more im- 
portant buildings of that time. He was a soldier in the war of 1812, serving in 
Captain Dupont's company of the Pennsylvania State Fencibles at Camp Du- 
pont, on the Delaware river. In his later life he had charge of one department 
in the trunk manufactory of his son, Samuel William Kennedy, in Philadelphia. 

His wife, Ann Maria Sherborne, born January 12, 1795, in Bristol, Eng- 
land, died September 28, 1857. Her parents were William V. Sherborne, and 
his wife, born lilary E. Porter. 

There has been some question as to the proper spelling of W. D. Kennedy's 
middle name, but it is written "Doak" in his own or in his son's handwriting in 
the family Bible, and I have used that spelling. The Doak family Avas of north- 



GENERATION XVUI. 63 

western Chester eountj', and there are a number of them buried in the Brandy- 
wine Manor churchyard. 

Robert Smith Kennedy (XVIII 40) was a carpenter. He became a min- 
ister of the Methodist Church. 

Joseph Smith Kennedy (XVIII -il) was supercargo of the "Eeno\vn" 
(Cap. Tibbetts commanding), one of his imcle Joseph Smith's vessels. The 
vessel reached Cape Henry, Hayti, March 8, 1820, with a cargo of provisions, 
medicines, etc. Kennedy died soon after of brain fever, after a sickness of four 
days. 

His wife, Elizabeth McKnight, born February 7, 1802, was a remarkably 
beautiful woman. After Joseph Smith Kennedy's death she married Persico, 
an Italian miniature painter. She died in Richmond, Virginia. Her father, 
John McKnight, was a grandson of one ]\IcKnight who emigrated from Ulster, 
Ireland, with the family of John Smith, there having been some I'elationship 
between the families. They settled in the upper part of Chester valley, in Wal- 
lace township, Chester county, near the Lamb tavern. John McKnight was sent 
to Philadelphia to learn banking from Jonathan Smith (XVII 15). He after- 
ward went to Reading to form a bank, which should be a branch of the Bank 
of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He became president of the Reading bank, 
and so continued till 1857. In 1812 he was largely instrumental in founding 
the First Presbyterian church of Reading, with Rev. John F. Grier as its pastor, 
and he was one of the ruling elders of that church till the time of his death. 

Margaret Smith Kennedy (XVIII 42) with her husband, James Coleman, 
went to Cincinnati, Ohio, and prospered greatly there. She was a large, vigor- 
ous woman. Her hiisband died January 29, 1883. 

Susan Kennedy (XVIII 43). Her husband, John Parker, was a hardware 
merchant of North Second street, Philadelphia. 

Margaretta Smith (XVIII 45). After the death of her husband, David 
Correy (XVIII 83), she lived with her brother, Beaton Smith, and after his 
death, with her sister, Harriet Aertsen, in Germantown. Xo children survived 
her. 

Persifor Frazer Smith (XVIII 47) was gi-aduated at Princeton College 
in 1815, and studied law under Charles Chaimcey, of Philadelphia. After his 



64 THE SMITH RECORD. 

admission to practice law he removed, aboixt 1820, to Kew Orleans, Louisiana, 
engaged in the jiraetice of his profession, and was at one time a judge in that 
city. He was made Colonel of Louisiana Volunteers February 2, 1836, and 
served during the Florida war under General Gaines in two campaigns in 
Florida. The military talent which he there displayed caused General Zachary 
Taylor to recommend him to the governor of Louisiana for a command in the 
]\Iexiean war, and he received the appointment of Brigadier-General of Louisi- 
ana Volunteers May 15, 1846. He was ajipoiuted Colonel United States 
Mounted Rifles May 27, 181:6, and after serving during that year with Gen- 
eral Taylor in northern Mexico, he was hrevetted Brigadier-General ITnited 
States Army "for gallant and meritorious conduct at Monterey, Mexico." In 
the spring of 1847 he was ordered to join the army of General Scott, and in 
the autumn of that year, while in command of a brigade, he rendered, as offi- 
cially reported by General Scott, efficient service at Contreras, "closely directing 
the whole attack in front with his habitual coolness and ability." At Chapiil- 
tepec also he was prominently engaged, and General Scott reported that in the 
affair of the Belen gate of the City of iMexico he was "cool, unembarrassed and 
ready." He was brevetted Major-General United States Army "for gallant 
and meritorious service at Contreras and Churubusco, Mexico." He held for 
a time after the capture of the City of Mexico, October, 1847, the position of 
Military Governor of the city, and in May, 1848, was the Military and Civil 
Governor of Vera Cruz, ]\Iexico. After the Mexican war he had command of 
the military department of California, to which he was appointed lato in 1848, 
and later he had command of tlie military department of Texas. 

In 1856 lie v,as ordered to Fort Leavemvorth, Kansas, where he died. At 
the time of his death he had just been appointed to command the expedition to 
Utah, which was organized for the purpose of overawing the Mormons. 

It was the opinion of his nearest relatives that he had been approached by 
Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War, and by some of the other Southern men 
who were planning secession, and urged to take part with them, and that upon 
his positive refusal to do so, he was ordered to Kansas to get him oiit of the way, 
although his health having broke down under his continuous service since the 
Mexican war, he was entitled to the relief which he had asked for. He had 
chronic diarrhcea M'hicli could not be relieved but by removal to a cooler and 
more bracing climate. His life was thought to have been sacrificed to his loy- 
alty to the government. 

He was, until a few years before his death, a man of striking personal 
beauty, the handsomest man I have ever seen, of medium height and weight. 



GENERATION XVIII. 65 

with a strong though kindly expression of countenance. He was greatly beloved, 
both in his family and by others. 

He was credited with keeping his brigade in better health and condition 
than any other command in Mexico, and he said that he was careful never to 
overfatigue them, but while on the march to require them to halt frequently 
and lie down to take as complete rest as possible. 

Nicholas P. Trist, who was in 1847 the United States Commissioner who 
negotiated a treaty of peace with the government of Mexico after the close of the 
Mexican war, and who was, therefore, in a position to know whereof he spoke, 
wrote of General P. F. Smith substantially as follows : 

"He possessed, as Napoleon said of Marshal Ney, the most rare union of 
eager and vehement daring in the act when the moment for striking the blow had 
come, with the extreme of imperturbable composure and self-coUectedness in the 
execution." 

Trist further said that General Scott's opinion of his character was that his 
abilities were of the highest order, and that he should be kept by the government 
in places suited to his high qualities and attainments, where these could be made 
to tell for the benefit of the service and the country. 

His first wife, Frances Jeanette Bureau, born November 23, 1804, died 
January 14, 1852. Her father, Francois Bureau, was a French merchant; her 
mother, Abigail Packwood, was a New England woman. 

His second wife, born 1808, Ann Monica Millard, was a daughter of 
Joshua Millard, of St. Mary's Co., Maryland. Her first husband was Major 
Armstrong, United States Army. Her second marriage, to General Persifor 
Frazer Smith, was at Corpus Christi, Texas. After his death she retired, in 
1867, to the Convent of the Visitation in Baltimore, Maryland, where she died 
February 17, 1889. By her first marriage she had a son who became General 
Frank C. Armstrong, C. S. A. ; by her second marriage she had no children. 

Mary Frazer Smith (XVIII 48) was, in her youth, a handsome woman 
of medium height. She grew to be very stout in her later life. Her husband, 
Eliakim Littell, born January 2, 1797, died May 17, 1870, was the oldest son 
of Stephen Littell and his wife, born Susan Gardiner, of New Jersey. Susan 
Gardiner, born January 6, 1777, was a daughter of Thomas Gardiner, of Bur- 
lington, New Jersey, and his wife, born Susan Elton. Mr. Littell established 
in Philadelphia, about 1820, and published for some years a periodical which 
was called at first The Saturday Bevieiv, and later The Museum, but becoming 
convinced that Boston, Massachusetts, was a better field for his work he 



66 THE SMITH RECORD. 

removed there iu 1844, and founded a similar periodical, which was called Lit- 
ielVs Living Age. This was for a number of years a very successful magazine. 
After his death his children, Susan and Robert, continued the publication till, 
after the death of the latter in 1896, it passed into other hands. 

Beaton Smith (XVIII 49) was gi-aduated at the University of Pennsyl- 
vania, A.M., 1820 ; M.D., 1823, completing his medical education afterward in 
Paris, France. He practiced medicine at Norristo^^ai, Pennsylvania, and after- 
ward iu Columbia, Pennsylvania, from 1828 to 1831, in which latter year he 
removed to Manayunk, Pennsylvania, where his wife died. He remained there 
till 1840, when, upon the death of his father, Jonathan Smith, he succeeded him 
as secretary of the Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company, which position he 
held until his death. 

His first wife, Mary Ann Huddleson (Taylor XVIII 3) was his second 
cousin, being the youngest child of ilartha Gray Thompson and her husband, 
Dr. Isaac Huddleson. She was the mother of all liis children. She was born 
January 29, 1808, and died Aiigiist 10, 1835. 

His second wife, Theodosia Pettit, was a daughter of Robert Pettit of 
Philadelphia. She died January 22, 1S8G, aged 88. 

Robert Frazer Smith (XVIII 50) was gi-aduated in 1820, A.B. by the 
University of Pennsylvania. He studied law, but just after he was admitted to 
practice he accidentally shot himself, September 25, 1825. It was never fully 
explained how the accident occurred, though he lingered till February (!, 182(3. 
He was a young man of great charm and promise. 

Sarah Smith (XVIII 52). Her husband, Levi il. Graves, born May 3, 
1810, was a Presbyterian clergyman of Kittanning, Pennsylvania. They lived 
on a farm near Kittanning, which was part of the property located by her grand- 
father. Colonel Persifor Frazer, on his revolutionary warrants. Xone of their 
children survived its infancy. 

Ann Maria Smith (XVIII 53). Her husband, Samuel Robert Slaymaker, 
born 1805, died August 10, 1878, was an iron founder of Lancaster, Pennsyl- 
vania, and was one of the proprietors of the Good Intent stage coach line which, 
before the opening of railroad communication, ran coaches from Philadelphia 
to Pittsburg. His father was Samuel Slayiuaker. His mother, born Anne 
Cochran, was a sister of Samuel Cochran, who was Surveyor-General of Penn- 
sylvania from 1800 to 1809, and from 1820 to 1824. 



GENERATION XVIII. 67 

In their latest years Ann Maria Sniitli and lier husband lived in Evanston, 
Illinois, with their sons. 

Harriet Romej'u Smith (XVIII 54) was named for the wife of Rev. John 
Brodhead Eoraeyn, a celebrated clergyman of the Dutch Eeformed church, sta- 
tioned at one time in Philadelphia, between whose family and her father's fam- 
ily a warm friendship existed. 

Her husband, James iMusgrave Aertsen, born October 10, 1805, died April 
11, 1902, was a son of Guilliaem Aertsen, born St. Eustatia, West Indies, De- 
cember 13, 1759, died September 30, 1806, who was cashier of the State Bank 
of South Carolina, at Charleston, S. C. In 1810 his wife, born Esther Parry 
(Parry XVII ) November 10, 1764, married July 17, 1790, died April 9, 
1815, removed with her family to Philadelphia. 

In his early business life, James Musgrave Aertsen became a member of 
the dry goods firm of Dulles & Aertsen, at Front and Market streets, Philadel- 
phia. In 1839 he was a member of the firm of Aertsen, Maccoun & Ritchie, 
who were engaged in the same business. In 1850 he retired from the dry goods 
business, and became a member of the firm of l^ewbold, Son & Aertsen, bankers 
and brokers, Philadelphia, from which firm he retired about 1872, his health 
seeming at that time to be much impaired. 

He spent his remaining thirty years actively engaged as a manager of the 
Philadelphia Trust Company, the Saving Fund Society of Germantown, and 
as the Rector's Warden of St. Luke's church, Germanto^vn, living a most whole- 
some and useful life, and retaining to the end a keen interest in affairs and a 
warm sympathy with a large circle of friends. 

He was, on his mother's side, a third cousin of his wife, the common an- 
cestor of the two being Rowland Parry (XIV 3), born in Wales about 1665. 

Jonathan Vaughan Smith (XVIII 58) was a farmer. His wife, Sarah 
Calbraith, was of Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania. 

Margaret Vaughan Smith (XVIII 59). Her husband, Samuel Bicking, 
removed from West Brandy^vine to^vnship, Chester Co., to Clermont Co., Ohio, 
in 1839, where the family remained for many years. 

Martha Smith (XVIII 60). Her husband, William F. Saffer, born De- 
cember 25, 1807, died June 17, 1888, was of Delaware Co., Pennsylvania. Ho 



68 THE SMITH RECORD. 

owned at one time a farm near Brandj-^N'ine Manor, and lived there the latter 
part of his life. 

Elizabeth Bull Smith (XVIII 61). Her husband, Joseph Christy, born 
August 9, 1799, died December 23, 1872, was a farmer, born near Coatesville, 
Pennsylvania, removed to Clermont, Ohio. He retiirned to Chester Co., Penn- 
sylvania, and ended his life there. 

Elizabeth Wright Smith (XVIII 62) lived for some years in the family 
of her cousin, John Fries Frazer, and helped to educate his children. In her 
last years she and her sister Rhoda lived together. She was a handsome woman, 
with a good deal of charm and sprightliness, but her best claim to the gratitude 
of posterity is that she preserved by putting them on paper a number of the 
traditions and much of the history of the family that would otherwise have 
been lost. She died in Germantown, Pennsylvania, of paralysis. 

Emma Vaughan Smith (XVIII 63) died of bilious fever. Her husband, 
Henry Augustus Riley, born November 21, 1801, died March 17, 1878. His 
father, Isaac Riley, was a prominent merchant of Xew York, engaged in foreign 
commerce, and his mother was born Hannah Alsop. They were both of old New 
England families. His early education was in a school on Manhattan Island, 
which with Georgetown College, District of Columbia, to which he went in 
1815, were under Jesuit influence, and he became a Romanist, and intended to 
enter the priesthood. He changed his mind, was graduated from the University 
of Pennsylvania in 1820, and afterward commenced the study of law under 
Horace Binney. He afterward decided to become a physician, and studied 
medicine with Dr. Xathaniel Chapman, of Philadelphia, graduating in the 
medical department of the University April 4, 1825. He practiced medicine 
for about four years, when he embraced the Presbyterian form of faith and de- 
cided to study for the ministry of that church. He entered Princeton Theolog- 
ical Seminary, from which he was graduated in 1832. After a few years spent 
in several pastorates he was installed, March 12, 1839, pastor of the Presby- 
terian church of ]\Iontrose, Pennsylvania, where he remained during the rest of 
his life, though he resigned his pastorate in December, 1863. After this time 
he took up again, in a limited measure, the practice of medicine. He was a man 
of very high character, and as an obituary notice of him says, being wholly 
unselfish he was a perfect Christian gentleman. 

His second wife, Blandena Miller, born September 16, 1811, died August 
12, 1903, was a daughter of John Miller, M.D., of Trenton, New Jersey. 



GENERATION XVHI. 0» 

Marianne Smith (XVIII 64) was, in her early life and until middle age, 
a delicate woman, who yet, by a strong sense of duty, accomplished as much as 
is given to most strong women to do. She survived her husband, Stephen Har- 
ris, thirty-nine years, educated and maintained her family, and in her later 
years, when relieved from care in the household of her eldest son, she gave to all 
her grandchildren, one after another, the rudiments of their education, coupled 
with religious instruction, which should have a lasting influence on their lives. 

A woman of great industry, she occupied herself till she reached extreme 
age with some pursuit which was useful and helpful to others. 

Her husband, Stephen Harris, was born September 4, 1798, and died 
November 18, 1851. He was the son of General William Harris, and his wife, 
born Mary Campbell, the former being a son of Thomas Harris, born 1722, 
emigrant to Pennsylvania about 1745, and his wife, born Elizabeth Bailey. 
The Harris family, from the time of the emigration till Stephen Harris removed 
to Philadelphia in 1850, were residents of Chester coimty. 

Stephen Harris was educated at the Chester County Academy, and in 1819 
was graduated M.D. by the University of Pennsylvania. He was an able and 
successful physician, and a man greatly revered and beloved in the community 
in which he spent nearly all his life. He was an elder of the Presbyterian 
church, as his father had been. 

Persilor Frazer Smith (XVIII 65) was graduated at the University of 
Pennsylvania in 1823, accomplishing what would now be the impossible task of 
finishing his college course at 15. He studied law with William H. Dillingham, 
of West Chester, and was admitted to practice at the bar of Chester county 
November 3, 1829. He was, in 1832, appointed by Attorney-General Johnston, 
State Attorney for Delaware county. May 2, 1835, Governor George Wolf 
appointed him Clerk of the Orphans' Court for Chester county. He was a 
member of the Pennsylvania Legislature from 1861 to 1864. In 1866 he was 
appointed Reporter of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, which position he 
held for two terms of five years each. He was a learned and able lawyer, and 
his thirty-two volumes of reports of Supreme Court cases are considered among 
the best tHat have been made in the State. He was a man of strong feeling and 
earnest nature ; a determined and uncompromising patriot during the Civil 
war. 

He fell dead in court from heart disease which seized him while arguing a 
case. He was a Presbyterian of decided convictions, and was for many years 
an elder of the Presbyterian church of West Chester. 



70 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



His wife, Thomasine Susan Fairlamb, born June 24, 1812, died August 
2, 1895, was a daughter of Dr. George A. Fairlamb, of Downingtown, Pennsyl- 
vania, and his wife, born Thomasine Whelen. Dr. Fairlamb's parents were 
John Fairlamb, and his wife, born Susanna Ashbridge; and Thomasine 
Whelen's parents Dennis Whelen, and his wife, born Mary Downing, all of 
Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 

Martha Frazer Smith (XVIII 66) died of paralysis at the house of her 
friend, Mrs. Elizabeth P. Wilson, Philadelphia. 

Vaughau Smith (XVIII 67) went to sea in his early life; was converted 
under Methodist preaching, and became a clergyman of that denomination in 
1840. His clerical life was spent at various stations in Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land and Delaware. For twenty-two years he was the presiding elder of Snow 
Hill district. He retired from active service in 1883. He died at Wilmington, 
Delaware, and was buried at Middletown, Delaware. He was an earnest, able 
and industrious worker in his chosen vocation. 

His wife, Mary Elizabeth Shepperd, born August 30, 1824, died July 22, 
1896, was a daughter of Benjamin Lloyd Shepperd, and his wife, born Sarah 
Wooten, of Delaware. She also was buried at Middleto^vn, Delaware. 

Robert Washington Smith (XVIII 69) was born in Chester Co., Penn- 
sylvania, si)ent his early years at Castle Fin, York Co., Pennsylvania, and re- 
moved in early manhood to Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, where he spent the 
rest of his life, though he died in Philadelphia at the house of his son, John 
Futhey Smith. When the borough of Wrightsville was incorporated in 1834 
he was elected a member of the first town council, and became its president. 
He was commissioned justice of the peace about 1835 by Governor Joseph Eit- 
ner, and held this office till 1875, when he declined reelection on accoimt of 
his age. 

In 1854 he founded the York County Star, which he edited and published 
till 1861, when, all of his employes having enlisted in the army, its publication 
was necessarily suspended for a time. In 1865 he sold the paper to a stock com- 
pany, but remained its editor for a few years, till it was sold to his son, James 
Ilerr Smith, and his son-in-law, Frank J. Magee. He remained a contributor 
to the paper till his death. His death was caused by pulmonary apoplexy. 

He was in his earlier life associated with his co\isin, John Smith Futhey 
(XVIII 14), being the manager of the transportation department of the busi- 



GENERATION XVIII. 71 

ness. He was an elder in the Presbyterian church at Wrightsville, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

He treasured among his possessions a heavy sword that had been carried in 
the Eevolutionary war by his grandfather, Colonel Eobert Smith. This sword 
is now in the possession of his grandson, Robert Smith Magee (XX 465), cf 
Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. 

His first wife, Martha Herr, born 1808, died May 9, 1854, was a daughter 
of Eudolph and Martha Herr, of Hellam township, York Co., Pennsylvania. 

James Fleming Smith (XVIII 70) was a prominent merchant of Wrights- 
ville, Pennsylvania. 

His first wife, Elizabeth Schall, was a daughter of James and Elizabeth 
Schall, of York, Pennsylvania. She died in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, April 
14, 1849. There were no children by either marriage. 

Jonathan Vaughan Smith (XVIII 71) died in Elorida, where he had gone 
on account of ill health. He was a farmer. His health had never been robust, 
and an autopsy showed that his heart had been seriously affected. 

Samuel McKean Smith (XVIII 72), born in Pequea valley, Lancaster 
Co., Pennsylvania, was a merchant and an elder of the Presbyterian church of 
Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. He was trained as a young man in the store of his 
cousin, John Smith Futhey (XVIII 14). He was a man of genial nature and 
of fine Christian character. 

His wife, Elizabeth Kauffelt, was a daughter of John and Mary Kauffelt, 
of Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. 

Susanna Armstrong (XVIII 75) was engaged for many years to marry 
Captain Singleton, who was commander of a vessel in the East Indian trade. 
When his long absence led to the supposition that he was lost, Stephen Henry 
Cochran, who was her first cousin, earnestly pressed upon her his own suit, 
which she long declined. Five or six years after Captain Singleton's death she 
consented to marry Cochran. Her husband, Stephen Henry Cochran, born 
July 24, 1795, died April 15, 1831, was descended from John Cochran (X), 
who, in 1570, emigrated from Paisley, Scotland, to the north of Ireland. He 
was a clansman of the house of Dundonald, and a relative of the head of the clan. 
His son James (XI) had a son John (XII), whose son John (XIII) was the 
father of Robert Cochran (XIV). Robert's sons, James, Stephen and David, 



72 THE SMITH RECORD. 

all emigrated to Pennsylvania. James Cochran (XV), who died in the autumn 
of 1766, married Ann Eowan, daughter of Cornelius Rowan, and had seven 
children, of whom the fifth was Stephen (XVI), born November 27, 1732, died 
November 1, 1790, who was a captain in the Revolutionary war, and a member 
of the Pennsylvania Legislative Assembly in 1777 and 1778. His son, Samuel 
Cochran (XVII) was born in West Fallowfield township, January 16, 1763, 
and died May 3, 1829. He lived at Cochranville, to which village he gave its 
name. He was a drummer boy in his father's company when about 16 years of 
age, a member of the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1816 and 1817, and of the 
State Senate from 1818 to 1820. He was Surveyor-General of the State from 
1800 to 1809, and from 1821 to 182-1. He was an elder of Fagg's Manor Pres- 
byterian church for forty years. 

Samuel Cochran was the father of Stephen Henry Cochran, above named, 
whose mother was Hannah Slaymaker. 

Eliza A. Armstrong (XVIII 77). Her husband, Robert Carson, was cash- 
ier of the Lancaster bank, at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 

David Correy (XVIII 83) and his brother Samuel Correy (XVIII 88), 
were merchants doing business at Port au Prijice, Hayti, West Indies. David 
was United States Consul at that place. They both died there of yellow fever. 
They belonged to a firm of which the other partners were Englishmen. No 
settlement could ever be had with the English partners, and David Correy's 
father-in-law, Jonathan Smith, lost the money (a considerable amount) which 
he had advanced to David to buy a partnership in the firm. During the war of 
1812-15 David Correy had been an ofiicer of the Staff of General Cadwallader. 

Susan Correy (XVIII 84) died of consumption in Philadelphia. Her one 
child died in infancy. 

Her husband, William Einney, was a native of New London, Chester Co., 
Pennsylvania, born October 10, 1788. He was the son of Judge Walter Einney 
of New London, born New London, 1748, died September 20, 1820, and his 
wife, born Mary O'llara, who died Augvist 10, 1823. Walter Einney was a 
major in tlie Revolutionary' army. 

William Einney was graduated with distinction at Princeton College 1809, 
studied thoologv' imder Rev. Samuel ^Martin, D.D., of Chanceford, Pennsyl- 
vania, and was licensed to preach by New Castle Presbytery October 1, 1812. 
He was ordained as pastor of the Prcsln-tcrian church of Churchville, Hartford 



GENERATION XVIII. 73 

Co., Maryland, November 17, 1813, and continued to hold that position till 
October 4, 1854, when he resigned. He died July 31, 1873. He is remembered 
a3 a man of ability and eloquence, and as one greatly beloved. 

After the death of his first wife, Susan Correy, he married, October 10, 
1820, Margaret Miller, of Philadelphia, Avho died July 21, 1865. They had six 
children. 

George Correy (XVIII 89) died at Port au Prince of consumption. 

Mary Ann Correy (XVIII 90). Her husband, James Cochran Magraw, 
was a merchant of Baltimore, Maryland. He was born September 12, 1804, 
and died July 3, 1868. He was the oldest son of James Magraw, a Presbyterian 
clergyman of Chester Co., Pennsylvania, who was a native of Bart township, 
Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, born January 1, 1775, died October 20, 1835. 
Rev. James Magraw was installed pastor of West Nottingham Presbyterian 
church April 4, 1804. He held that position as long as he lived. 

His wife's name was Rebecca. 

Jane Correy (XVIII 91), who outlived all her family, lived, for many 
years, with her sister, Mary Ann (Magraw), in Baltimore. 

Abner Maxwell (XVIII 92) was a captain in the war with Great Britain, 
1812-15, leading a company from Harrison Co., West Virginia. 

Levi Maxwell (XVIII 93) spent his life in or near Weston, West Virginia. 
He was originally a carpenter, and afterward a farmer. He lived to a great age, 
and retained his physical activity till nearly the end of his life. 

His wife, Sarah Haymond, born December 15, 1796, died February 22, 
1853, was a daughter of Colonel John Haymond, a pioneer of West Virginia, 
and his wife, born Mary Wilson. They were m.arried by Rev. Henry Camden 
at BuUtown salt works. Sarah (Haymond) Maxwell died of erysipelas, and 
Levi Maxwell of paralysis. 

Lewis Maxwell (XVIII 94) was a lawyer living in Lewis Co., West Vir- 
ginia. He was a member of Congress from 1827 to 1833; a man of consider- 
able estate and of professional eminence. He left no children. 

Robert Maxwell (XVIII 95) was born in Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and 
was first married there. He lived on Lost Creek, Harrison Co., West Virginia, 



74 THE SMITH RECORD. 

till 1832, when he sold his farm there and moved to Ohio, where he became a 
large land owner. After the death of his first wife, Rebecca Estlack, who, born 
November 6, 1792, died May 9, 1843, he married again, and returned to Wesi 
Virginia. In 185S his second wife died, and he married for the thii-d time a 
few years later. 

He directed his attention in his early life largely to stock raising, and was 
a great lover of rural piirsuits. 

He was a man of firm will, unswerving integi'ity and remarkable self- 
control. 

Amy Maxwell (XYIII 9G). Her Imsband, John Peck, was born Water- 
town, Connecticut, February 20, 1798. He was married in Virginia. The fam- 
ily trace their descent directly back to Joseph Peck, who was baptized at Hing- 
ham, Norfolk, England, April 30, 1508. Joseph Peck was a descendant of 
John Peck of Belton, Yorkshire, England. 

Benjamin Franklin Thompson (XVIII 102) was twice married, and had 
two children. He was a cooper. He lived with General Matthew Stanley. 

Sarah Stanley (XVIII 106). Her husband, James "Wilson Brown, was 
born 1782, and died March 8, 1857. 

His mother, whose name was Jane, was born 1755, and died January 4, 

1828. 

Matthew Stanley (XVIII 111) lived during his youth with his uncle. 
General Matthew Stanley. 

Martha Stanley (XVIII 112), an only child, died at school at Lititz, Penn- 
sylvania. 

Surah Lewis (XVIII lU). Her husband, Xathan Dorian, was born 
March 21, 1789, and died May 2, 1858. 

Rachel Lewis (XVIII 115). Her husband, James McCachran, was a 
cabinet maker. He was buried in Ne^v\'ille, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania. 

Hester Lewis (XVIII IK!). Iler husband, Daniel Kirkpatrick, was a 
saddler. He lived at Valley Store, East Whiteland, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 
He died in early manhood. 



GENERATION XVIII. 75 

Mary Ann Lewis (XVIII 117) was housekeeper for her uncle, General 
Matthew Stanley, after his wife's death and until his own. She is buried at 
Brandywine Manor church. 

Elizabeth Lewis (XVIII 118). Her husband, James Gallagher, was a 
coal merchant of Philadelphia, and was at a later date in the service of the 
street railway company in Washington, District Columbia. 

William Cunningham Lewis (XVIII 119). His wife, Letitia C. Mich- 
ener, was born October 20, 1812, died July 13, 1848, and is buried at Brandy- 
vnne Manor church. 

Obed Lewis (XVIII 121) was born in Gallagherville, Chester Co., Pemi- 
sylvania. He removed to Springfield, Illinois, in 1838, and engaged in car- 
riage building, in which business he acquired a considerable fortune, retiring 
from business in 1868. 

He was an alderman of Springfield from 1862 to 1870, mayor for one 
term, elected in 1874, a director of the Marine Bank of Springfield for a 
number of years, and vice-president of this bank at the time of his death. He 
held many other positions of responsibility, and was a highly respected and 
influential citizen. His wife, Cordelia Margaret lies, born May 25, 1827, died 
December 24, 1889, was throughout her life a resident of Springfield. 

Margaret Lewis (XVIII 123). Her husband, James McClure Neely, 
born 1814, died December 20, 1870, was a compositor. He was a son of James 
Neely, and his wife Jane. Jane was born September 30, 1781, and died July 
16, 1854. 



76 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of Robert Futhey (XVIII 10) and Mabgabet Pabkinson. 



XIX 

1 

2 



,Tohn Smith Futhey. Eliza Jane Miller. 
James Latta Futhey. Lavinia Sutton. 
Martha Ann Futhey. | Robert L. McClellan. 
David Denny Futhey.! never married. 
Elizabeth Jane j 

Futhey. Samuel Walker. 
Robert Futhey. i I. Eliza Hershberger. 

II. Anne Houston. 



29, 1822. 
22, 1824. 
15, 1828. 



Sept. 18, 1845. 
Mar. 1888. 
Dec. 5, 1877. 



Mar. 7,1860. 
I. Feb. 1866. 
II. June 20, 1872. 



Apr. 
July 



West Chester, Pa. 
Atglen, Pa. 
Cochranville, Pa. 
Highland, Pa. 



The Children of Samuel Futhey (XVI 11 13) and Ann Pabkinson. 



Mary Ann Futhey. 
Robert Agnew 

Futhey. 
Martha Elizabeth 

Futhey. 
Samuel Dale Futhey. 
John Smith Futhey. 



never married. 
Sarah P. Taylor. 

never married. 



May 17, 1821. 

Sept. 2,1824. 

Feb. 1828. 
Jan. 1, 1831. 
Sept. 1,1836. 



Dec. 26,1855. 



May 
Aug. 
Oct. 



Parkesburg, Pa. 



The Chti-dben of Elizabeth Smith (XVIII 15) and Isaac Wayne. 



12 I Antony Wayne. 

13 Charles Wayne. 

14 William Wayne. 

15 Sydney Wayne. 



never married. 



1809. 
1812. 
1814. 



1816. 
1817. 
1817. 



Waynesborough, 
Chester Co., Pa. 



The Children of Elizabeth Porter (XVIII 16) and John Meek. 



Fmmn Meek. 
Robert Meek. 
: Sarah Meek. 
Eliza Meek. 



20 John Me«k. 



Jacob Pontzer. 
never married, 
nr ver married. 
Charles Louis 

Goehring 
never married. 



1813. 
1819. 



June 17, 1847. Germantown, O. 
about 1840. New Orleans, La. 
I Pittsburg, Pa. 



Mar. 12, 1848. 



GENERATION XIX. 



77 



GENERATION XIX. 



MBMBBB OF FAMILY. CONSORT. 



The Children of Robert Smith Poetek (XVIII 18) and Nancy Miller. 



JIaria Jane Porter. 
.Tohn Miller Porter. 
Eliza Ann Porter. 
Joseph Newton 

Porter. 



July 8, 1821. 
July 1, 1823. 
Oct. 4. 1826. 



June 7, 1839. Tarentum, Pa. 
Dec. 3,1865. iTarentum, Pa. 
July 22,1827. Tarentum. Pa. 

July 22, 1850. Tarentum, Pa. 



The Childeen of John Porter (XVIII 19) and Margaret Hazelett. 



i 


James Porter. 
Robert Porter. 


Hannah Jane 

Marshall. 


May 1, 1827. 
Apr. 1, 1829. 




1 
July 28, 1829. 1 

Grey's Mills, 


27 
28 


Mary Porter. 

Emma Porter. 
George Porter. 
Jonathan Porter. 


Henry MeClure 

Davidson, 
never married, 
never married. 


Aug. 11, 1832. 

Dec. 6, 1837. 
Mar. 13, 1839. 


Aug. 27,1867. 


Dec. 11,1877. Culmervillo, Pa. 

Pittsburg. Pa. 
Aug. 29, 1840. Rural Ridge P. O., 


31 


William Porter. 


never married. 


Apr. 17. 1841. 




Jan. 11, 1863. West Deer Twp.. 

1 Allegheny Co., Pa. 



The Children of Jonathan Porter (XVIII 20) and Elizabeth Miller. 



Emma Jane Porter. 
George Washington 



Margaret Craner. 



Robert Smith Porter. Susan Gillespie. 
John Porter. Sarah Ellen Sweeny. 

I Joseph Porter. Marv. 

" ' ■ ■ Miller Porter. Belle Wylie. 



Elizabeth Porter. George Hackett. 

Martha Jane Porter. George Kuntzleman. 



Oct. 26,1823. 

Sept. 13, 1825. 

1827. 

1828. 

1832. 

Apr. 13,1834. 



Feb. 18,1847 



Sept. 4,1838. 
Oct. 6, 1904. 
June 2, 1903. 



: Culmerville, 

Pa. 

Oil City, Pa. 

near Tarentum, Pa. 

Cincinnati, O. 

New Kensington. 

Pa. 

Schuylkill Co., Pa. 

Marshall Twp., 
Allegheny Co., Pa. 



78 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MARRIAGK. 



The Children of Jonathan Porter (XVIII 20) and Love Carnahan. 



XIX I 

40 Samuel Carnahan 

I Porter, 

41 ; Christie Ann Porter. 



never married. 
George McCully 

Gilliford. 



Culmerville, Pa. 
Pottawatomie Co., 



The Children of Sarah Ann Pobteb (XVIII 22) and Eobebt McGabbthill. 



42 Emma Smith 

McGarryhill. William W. Craddock. 

43 Sarah Ann j William Francis 

McGarryhill. Murdoch. 

44 1 Robert McCiarryhill. never married. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



The Childben of Nancy Pobteb (XVIII 23) and Robert Glass. 



45 


(reoTge Washington 














Glass. 


Eliza Walker. 


1819. 


1846. 


Apr. 11, 1884. 


Parnassus. West- 
moreland Co., Pa. 


46 


John Porter Glass. 


I. Mary Bailey. 
II. Mary Amanda 


Dec. 25, 1821. 


I. Oct. 6, 1842. 
II. Dec. 29, 1863. 


Mar. 15, 1868. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


47 


Emma Glass. 


never married. 


Dec. 28, 1822. 




Dec. 12, 1891. 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


48 




Annie Walker. 


Mar. 25, 1825. 


May 30, 1853. 


June 1,1864. 


Allegheny. Pa. 




Nancy Smith Glass. 


David Johnston. 


Oct. 25,1830. 


Oct. 14,1852. 




Sacramento, Cal. 


50 


Eliza Glass. 


never married. 


Dec. 25, 1831. 




Jan. 2, 1900. 


Parnassus, Pa. 



The Children of Agnes (Nancy) Smith Gbieb (XVIII 24) and Robert White. 



51 


Nathan Grier White. 


I. Susan Myers. 
II. Catharine 

MacDowell. 


Apr. 11,1810. 


I. Jan. 31. 1837. 
11. Nov. 1.1842. 


Sept. 26, 1895. Williamsburg, Pa. 


52 


















M.ir. 2. 1S15. 


1838. 


Dec. 14, 1848. Fairview, West Va. 


53 


Sarah Jane White. 


William S. King. 


Mar. 10, 1S17. 


June 15, 1837. 


Mar. 24. 1866. Cincinnati, O. 


54 






Jan. 7, 1819. 




Aug. 24. 1829. 1 


55 


Ann Eliza White. 


John Moore. 


June 7.1820. 


Apr. 27. 1847. 


May 2, 1873. Pottstown, Pa. 


56 


Martha White. 


Robert Stewart 






1 






FuUerton. 


May 26, 1825. 


July 9,1850. 


Apr. 8,1895. .Philadelphia. 


57 


Mary Emma White. 




Oct. 27,1827. 




Aug. 24,1829. 1 



GENERATION XIX. 



79 



GENERATION XIX. 



OP FAMILY. 



The Childeen of Robert Smith Gbieb (XVIII 25) and Elizabeth Lavebty. 



XIX 
58 


Susan Grier. 


John Hatton Marsden. 


July 25, 1813. 


May 5, 1835. 


Feb. 19, 1882. 


York Sulphur Spgs., 


59 


Mary Grier. 


never marrie<l. 


May 17, 1815. 






New Cumberland, " 


60 
61 


.Tane Grier. 
Smith F. (^,rier. 


Adam Eppley. 
I. Jane Connelly. 


Aug. 4,1817. 
Aug. 31, 1819. 


I. Oct. 25, 1842. 


June 23, 1843. 
Jan. 11,1893. 


Emmitsburg, Md. 
New Cumberland. 


62 


Laverty Grier. 


II. Eveline Miller. 
III. Martha B. 

Snodgrass. 
Margaret Jeffrey. 


June 4,1823. 


II. Oct. 11,1853. 
III. Dec. 1, 1881. 




Forks of Wheeling, 
W. Va. 



The Childben of Robert Smith Grier (XVIII 25) and Saeah Jane Annan. 



63 Annan Quincy Grier. 

64 Ann Margaret Grier. Oliver Hornor. 



July 3, 1842. Jan. 10, 1848. 

Apr. 24, 1845. June 23, 1866. Aug. 14, 1872. Emmitsburg. Md. 



The Children op John Nathan Caldwell Grieb (XVIII 26) and Agnes Ralston. 



Susan Grier. inerer married. 

Prances Ralston Thomas Graham 

Grier.j Happersett. 

Eloisa Grier. |Richard Bowen Parke. 

Agnes Caldwell Grier. George Washington 

I Neely. 



Nov. 18, 1814. 
July 25, 1816. 
Dec. 1, 1818. 
June 26, 1821. 



Mar. 9, 1837. 
June 11,1840. 



Jan. 18,1839. 
Jan. 18,1904. 
Apr. 23, 1900. 



Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 
Downingtown, Pa. 



The Children of Mabtha Grieb (XVIII 27) and Samiiel Paeke. 



69 
70 

?i 

73 

74 
75 
76 


Susanna Pnrke. 
Ann Grier Parke. 
Martha Parke. 
Nathan Grier Parke. 

Joseph Maxwell 

Parke. 
Sarah Parke. 
Robert Smith Parke. 
Uarriet Parke. 


Christopher Geiger. 

Anne Elizabeth 

Gildersleeve. 

Lucinda Neel. 

Sallie A. Whitehead. 


Dec. 27,1815. 
Apr. 23, 1817. 
Apr. 27, 1819. 

Dec. 16, 1820. 

Aug. 14, 1822. 
Sept. 19. 1824. 
Feb. 10, 1827. 
Jan. 17,1829. 


Nov. 27,1838. kl"a?:ff;li?:h'''-^"^- 
1 Jan. 27, 1SG4. 

June 8,1847. I June 28. 1903. Pittston, Pa. 

July 19, 1853. Mar. 24, 1890. Washington. D. 
Sept. 12, 1820. 

Delta, Md. 
Apr. 28, I860, j 


C. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBER Of FAMILY. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childeen of Sabah Gbieb (XVIII 28) and Robebt Thompson. 



XIX 

77 


Susnn S. Thompson. 


never married. 


Oct. 13,1822. 






Brandywine Manor, 


78 


Mary Ann Thompson. 


James Jackson 

Worrall. 


Dec. 4, 1824. 


Dec. 25,1851. 


Dec. 15. 1902. 


Brandywine Manor, 


79 


Laura Louisa 

Thompson. 


never married. 


Nov. 13, 1826. 




Feb. 13, 1865. 


Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 


80 


Nathan Grier 

Thompson. 


Agnes W. McClure. 


Mar. 12, 1829. 


Mar. 3,1857. 


Mar. 1,1894. 


Brandywine Manor, 


81 


.ToUn Caldwell 

Thompson. 


JuUa Cogswell Berry. 


May 31, 1831. 


June 5,1860. 


June 6,1903. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Childben of Ann Hunteb Smith (XVIII 29) and James Richabds. 



Elizabeth Bull 

Richards, 
William Miller 

Richards, 
Thomas Smith. 

Richards 
Levi Smith Richards 
James Armstrong 

Richards 
.Toseph O'Brien | 

Richards. Isadore Reese 



I. Nancy O'Brien. 
II. Julia Van Ness 
Williams. 



never married, 
never married. 
Louisa Haven Sheafe. 

Margaret E. Wright. 



Mar. 
Feb. 


2,1813. 
5, 1815. 


Nov. 


14, 1817. 


Jan. 


2, 1819. 


Dec. 
Jan. 


15, 1821. 
5, 1825. 


July 


6. 1826. 


May 


27, 1829. 



I. Oct. 1, 1839, 
II. Dec. 29, 1857, 



Apr. 25, 1848. 

Feb. 13, 1855. 
Autumn 1859, 



Aug. 10, 1813. : 

Aug. 26, 1872. Reading, Pa. 



Apr. 25, 1857. 
May 23, 1842. 



Oct. 31, 1895. Bunker Hill, 111. 
Aug. 11, 1825. I 



July 5, 1890. Coatesville, Pa. 
Apr. 12, 1902. iSt. Louis, Mo. 



The Childben of Thomas Bitll Smith (XVIII 30) and Annetta Old. 



lohn Howard Smith. 
Horace Smith. 
Vincent Henry Smith. 
Thomas Henry Smith. 



never married. 
Anna Maria Nichols. 
Mary C. Smith. 



July 29.1817. 
July 8, 1819. 
July 3.1822. 
Oct. 1, 1824. 



Sept. 2.5, lf«7. I 

July 8, 1S52. iPottsville. Pa. 

Aug. 29, 1868. Philadelphia. Pa. 
in infancy. 



GENERATION XIX. 



81 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



The Childben of Sabaii Bull Smith (XVIII 31) and Jacob Loeseb. 



XIX I I 

94 John Smith Loeser. never married. 

95 Thomas Smith Loeser. Mary Hillegas 

' Rheem. 

96 Elizabeth Stringer j 

I Loeser. 'never married. 

97 lAnnetta Old Loeser. , 



Sept. 28, 1816. 



May 29, 1820. 
Sept. 14, 1823. 



Feb. 12, 1848. 

Sept. 12, 1849. (Reading, Pa. 



The Childben of Margaketta Vaughan Smith (XVIII 33) and Willlam Dabling 



98 


Mary Smith Darling. 


Samuel Wilcox. 


Jan. 18,1821. 


Dec. 11, 1846.1 Feb. 4, 1895. 


Owego, N. Y. 




Henry Darling. 


I. Julia Strong. 
II. Ophelia O. Wells. 


Dec. 27, 1823. 


LSept. 1,1845. [Apr. 20, 1891. 
II. Apr. 27, 1853.1 


Albany, N. Y. 


100 


Thomas Smith 












^D.arling. 


S. Augusta Taylor. 


Dec. 7,1825. 


Apr. 17, 1854.1 Aug. 30, 1863. 




102 


Margaretta Darlmg. 
William Howard 


never married. 


Jan. 5, 1828. 


! May 16, 1900. 






Darling. 




Oct. 17,1829. 


I Mar. 19, 1832. 




10.3 


Edward Payson 


Emily Hollenback 




i 




104 


Darling. 
Emily Howard 


Rutter. 


Nov. 10, 1831. 


Sept. 29, 1858. Oct. 19.1889. 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 




Darling. 




Dec. 17. 1833. 


Nov. 12, 1835. 




105 


Elizabeth Smith 


William Appleton 








Darling. 


Drown, Jr. 


Jan. 19.1836. 


Sept. 23, 1858. 


Weldon, Pa. 




Susan Jane Darling. 




July 29, 1838. 


Mar. 30, 1839. 






Frances Caroline 












Darling. 




Mar. 12. 1840. 


Aug. 14, 1843. 






Valeria Darling. 




Jan. 31, 1842. 


Feb 3. 1842. 






Tohn Vaughan 


.\lioe Mary 










Darling. 


McClintock. 


July 24, 1844. 


Oct. 9, 1872. Nov. 11, 1892. 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



The Children of Elizabeth Bull Smith (XVIII 34) and Joseph O'Bbien. 



George F. Dunning. 



David O'Brien. 
Annetta Smith 

O'Brien. 
Joseph O'Brien. | 

Elizabeth O'Brien. 
Frances Valeria 

O'Brien. Richard Dunning. 



Sept 15. 1823. 



Mar. 30. 1841. Apr. 19, 1852. 



Spring 1851. Jan. 



I'hiladelphia, Pa. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBEK OF FAMILY. 



UARRIAGE. 



The Childben of Le\t Bull Smith (XVIII 35) and Eiiilt H. Badgee. 



116 

117 

118 

119 

120 
121 
122 

123 
124 



Elizabeth Frances 

Smith. Ellis Jones Richards. 
Bentley Howard 

Smith, unmarried. 
William Darling I 

Smith, unmarried. 
LeTi Heber Smith. E. Jennie Grubb. 

Bmjly Annetta Smith. I'nmarried. _ 
Mary Badger Smith, neyer married. 
Horace Vaughan 

Smith, never married. 

Thomas Stanley 

Smith, never married. 
Edward Hunter 

Smith. 



1-1 


1828. 


19 


1830. 


6 


1832. 


\l 


lii: 


18 
19 


1837. 
1840. 


20 


1842. 


25 


1845. 


17 


1847. 



June 12, 1855. 
June 15, 1869. 



Aug. 17, 1901. 



May 22. 1864. 
July 23,1878. 



Nov. 25, : 
Sept. 7,: 



Reading, Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 



The Children of John Vaughan Smith (XVIII 36) and Virginia Parker. 



125 Poxhall Parker Smith. 



Feb. 14, 1847. 



The Children of Susan Grier Smith (XVIII 37) and George Burcker. 



Levi Smith Burcker. 
James MUnor 

Burcker. 



Apr. 21,1841. 



Dec. 29, 1855. 
in infancy. 



The Children of Jane Correy Smith (XVIII 38) and Goodloe Harper Bowman. 



128 Isabella Lowry 
I Bowman. iChristopher Loeser. Feb. 25, 1842. 

129 James Lowry 

Bowman. n< ver married. Aug. 25, 1845. 

130 tohn Howard Caroline Snowden i 

Bowman. Jacobs. Oct. 23, 1848. ! Nov. 21. 1872. 

131 Annie Sweitzer 

Bowman, never married. Mar. 8, 1852. 

132 William Robert 

Bowman. Emma Maria Winne. Aug. 17, 1854. Apr. 24, 1878. 



Jan. 12, ISSl. | Sept. 23, 1892. 
I Mar. 2,1896. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 



GENERATION XIX. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MBMBBB OP FAMILY. 



CONSORT. 



UAKRIAGE. 



The Childken of William Doak Kennedy (XVIII 40) and Ann Mabia Shebbobne. 



XIX 
133 


Sherborne Smith 


















134 


Kennedy. 
Samuel William 


Rebecca Jeffries. 
Catharine Aber- 


Aug. 12, 1817. 










Philadelphia, 


Pa. 




Kennedy. 


crombie Ridgway. 


Aug. 8,1819. 


Mar. 


5, 


1846. 


Dec. 15, 1886. 


Philadelphia, 


Pa. 


135 


Joseph Smith 


Elizabeth Margaretta 


















Kennedy. 


Peltz. 


Feb, 1,1821. 


Dec. 


22, 


1856. 


Jan. 15,1893. 


Philadelphia. 


Pa. 


136 


Anna Margaret 


















137 

138 


Kennedy. 
Susan Anna Kennedy. 


John Beamish Powell. 


Aug. 1, 1823. 
Sept. 1,1825. 


Sept. 


6. 


1849. 


in childhood. 


Germantown 


Pa. 




Kennedy. 




1834. 






in infancy. 








TheC 


hildren of Robebt S 


iiTH Kennedy 


XVIII 


41) 


AND - 









139 (Daughter), Kennedy. 

140 Susan Kennedy. 



The Childben of Joseph Smith Kennedy (XVIII 42) and Elizabeth 



Catharine Kennedy. James Lesley, Jr. 



Dec. 21, 1848. 1 Jan. 7. 1849. 



The Childben of Mabgabet Smith Kennedy (XVIII 43) and Jame.s Coleman. 



142 
143 


Alfred Coleman. 
Emma Smith 








Aug. 14. 1847. 


New Orleans, La. 


144 


Elizabeth Ann 












145 


C-oIeman. 
Margaret Kennedy 

Coleman. 


William Mitchell, 
never married. 








Parkcsbnrg, Pa, 


"•? 


Eleanor Coleman. 








in childhood. 




147 


Susan Coleman. 


Charles Gooch. 






Cincinnati, O. 



84 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MGUBER OF FAMILY. 



BIRTH. MABBIA.GE. | DEATH. 



The Childben of Susan Kennedy (XVIII 44) and John Pabkee. 



150 
151 
152 
153 



David Parker. 
Kebecca Parker. 
Oeorge Parker. 
Elizabeth Parker. 
Frank Parker. 
.Toseph Parker. 



never married, 
never married, 
never married. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



The CHttDREN OF Margabetta Smith (XVIII 46) and David Cosbey (XVIII 96). 



(Son) Correy. 
Howard Correy. 
Jane Correy. 
George 0)rrey. 



never married, 
never married. 



Apr. 3, 1819. 
Mar. 1,1820. 
July 22, 1821. 
Sept. 10, 1823. 



Apr. 3, 1819. 
Aug. 29, 1845. 
Feb. 16. 1827. 
Mar. 12, 1846. 



The Childben of Pebsifob Fbazeb Smith (XVIII 47) and Pbances Jeanette Bubeau. 



Howard Smith. 



Feb. 8, 1823. 



Oct. 28.1848. Jan. 30,1892. 



New Orleans, La. 



The Childben of Mary Frazeb Smith (XVIII 48) and Eliakim Littell. 



ifDaughtpr) Littell. 

I Susan Gardiner 

I Littell. 

iRobert Smith Littell. 

iMary Ann Littell. 

lEdward Dunham 

! Littell. 

Stephen Littell. 

Mary Frazer Littell. 

Margaret Smith 

Littell. 



Moody. 



unmarried, 
never married. 



Jan. 8, 1830. 
May 5, 1831. 
Aug. 11, 1832. 

Nov. 18, 1833. 
Nov. 18. 1833. 
Dec. 12, 1834. 



GENERATION XIX. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBER OF FAMIL.T. 



MARRIAGE. ! DEATH. 



The Chodben of Beaton Smith (XVIII 49) and Maby Ann Huddleson. 



-XIX 






■ 











167 


Margaretta Correy 

Smith. 




Mar. 17, 1830. 






Apr. 16, 1830. 






168 


Robert Smith. 




Sept. 14, 1831. 






Aig. 5; 1832. 






169 


Emma Parry Smith. 


I. Thomas P. 


















Sparhawk. 
II. John G. Parr. 


Sept. 14, 1831. 


I. May 


13, 1852. 


Oct. 22,1881. 


Kittannin 


g, Pa. 








II. Nov. 


1867. 








170 


Henry Huddleson 

Smith. 




Sept. 23, 1833. 






Apr. 6, 1834. 






171 


Beaton Smith. 


I. Ameha Jones. 


Aug. 9,1835. 


I. Mar. 


1859. 




Vineland, 


N. J. 






II. S. Ellen Taylor. 




II. Jan. 


1875. 









The Childeen of Sarah Smith (XVIII 52) and Levi M. Gkaves. 



Apr. 20, 1845. 
Dec. 15, 1849. 



Sept. 6,1854. 
Sept. 27, 1854. 



The Children of Anna Mabia Smith (XVIII 53) and Samuel Robebt Slaymakeb. 



174 


Henry Stephen 






!^ 




Slaymaker. Fidelia Montgonieiy. 


Dec. 3,1833. 


1864. 


1900. Evanston, III. 


175 


Jonathan Smith i 










Slaymaker. never niarriod. 


Mar. 31, 1835. 




Feb. 15.1862. Davenport, la. 


17« 


Margaretta 












Slaymaker. 




May 20, 1837. 




Oct. 18,1849. 


177 


Robert Samuel 


I. Cass.anflra Jane 










Slaymaker. 


Oswald. 

II. Elizabeth Kuhns 
Bowman. 


Oct. 16,1838. 


I. Apr. 20, 1866. 
II. May 25, 1871. 


Nov. 30, 1900. Kittanning. Pa. 


178 


r. Frazer Smith 


Harriet Smith 










Slaymaker. 


Aertsen (XIX 183). 


Jan. 6, 1847. 


Jan. 16. 1873. 


May 2.1896. Elmira. N. Y. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MRMBEH OF 



MAKKIAGE. 



The Childben of Habkiet Romeyn Smith (XVIII 54) and Jajies Musgrave Aertsen. 



-XTX- 
















179 






Aug. 13, 1835. 




Aug. 13, 1835. 




180 


Mary Anna Smith 
















Aertsen. 


Henry R. Mcintosh. 


Dec. 11.1837. 


Nov. 3, 1874. 






Boston Highlands 


181 


















Aertsen. 


unmarried. 


Dee. 29, 1839. 








Germantown, Pa. 


182 


















Aertsen. 


unmarried. 


Mar. 16, 1842. 








Germantown, Pa. 


183 


Harriet Smith 

Aertsen. 


Persifor F. Smith 
Slaymaker (XIX 178). 


Sept. 30, 1844. 


Jan. 10,1873. 








184 






.Tune 4,1847. 




Sept. 


1850. 




185 


Edith Romeyn 
















Aertsen. 


William Darrach. 


Oct. 26,1849. 


Apr. 13,1871. 






New York. 


186 


Marsaretta Correy 
















Aertsen. 


Francis Rawle. 


Oct. 30,18.52. 


Nov. 25,1873. 


May 28, 1894. 


Germantown. Pa. 


187 


Guilliaem Aertsen. 


Eklith Trice. 


Mar. 2,1855. 


Sept. 14, 1881. 






Philadelphia. Pa. 



The Children of Jonathan Vaughan Smith (XVIII 58) and Sarah Calbraith. 



Jonathan Smith. never married. 



about 1864. 



The Children of Margaret Vaughan Smith (XVIII 59) and Samuel Bickino. 



Joseph Bicking. 
Sarah Bicking. 
Martha Smith 

Bicking. 
Esther A. Bicking. 
Susan J. Bicking. 
Robert Smith 

Bicking. 
Nathan S. Bicking 
Christiana Ralston 

Bicking 
Caroline M. Bicking. 
Samuel M. Bicking. 
niizabeth Bicking. 
Ellen M. Bicking. 



O. H. Nichols. 
.T M. Hutehin.son. 
Clinton C. Glancy. 

Mary E. Bull. 



MarceUus A. Hulick. 
Philip Glancy. 
S.Trah Otige. 



Dee. 29. 1824. Jan. 6, 1855. Apr. 
July 1,1826. June 2.1850. 



Nov. 22. 1828. 
Nov. 21. 1830. 
Mar. 20, 1833. 

.Tune 19, 1835. 
Jan. 13, 1838. 

May 29, 1830. 
Mar. 23. 1842. 
Mar. 23. 1842. 
Mar. 28. 1845. 
Oct. 28.1846. 



Mar. 2,5.1862. 
Feb. 17.1857. 
Oct. 8. 1859. 



Apr. 9. 1862. 
Apr. 4. 1860. 



July 
Feb. 



July 
Apr. 



GENKBaTION XIX. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MAERIAQB. 



The Children of Maetha Smith (XVIII CO) and William F. Saffeb. 



^XTX 












201 


(Daughter) Sa£fer. 




May 7,1839. 




in infancy. 




202 


(Son) Saffer. 




Oct. 2. 1840. 




in infancy. 




203 






Sept. 16, 1843. 




Apr. 19, 1895. 




204 


M. A. J. Esther 














Saffer. 


npver married. 


Apr. 25, 1848. 









The Children of Elizabeth Bull Smith (XVIII 61) and Joseph Christy. 



205 


Jonathan Vaughan 

Smith Christy. 














Adaline A. Applegate. 


Sept. 19, 1S27. 


Apr. 27,1851. 


Feb. 18, 1899. 


Marathon, Cler- 


206 


William Penn Christy. 


Hannah I. Davidson. 


July 28, 1829. 


Jan. 2, 1868. 


Apr. 24, 1900. 


Chester Co., Pa. 


207 


Robert Smith Christy. 


Susan E. Shriver. 


May 25, 1832. 


May 13,1853. 


Jan. 8,1898. 


Kansas City, Mo. 


208 


John N. C. Grier 

Christy. 




•July 11,1836. 




Nov. 2,1847. 




209 


Esther Hannah 

Christy. 




Dec. 14, 1840. 




July 12, 1845. 




?,10 
















Christy. 


Myers. 


Sept. 13, 1848. 


Oct. 25,1882. 




Coatesville, Pa. 



The Children of Emma Vaughan Smith (XVIII 63) and Henry Augustus Riley. 



James Patriot Wilson 
Riley. 
Isaac Riley. 

Julia Rogers Riley. 

Elizabeth W^right 

Riley. 



Kate Crauford. 
Catharine A. S. 

Parker. 
Benjamin Johnson 

Douglas. 
Daniel De Forest 

Lord. 



Aug. 


3 


1833. 


Feb. 


2 


1835. 


Jan. 


25 


1837. 


June 27 


1838. 



Dec. 


20, 1854. 


Jan. 


16, 1862. 


Jan. 


7. 1869. 


Apr. 


13, 1882. 



Oct. 11,188 
Oct. 23,187 



Scranton, Pa. 
Buffalo, N. y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
New York. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MAKRIAGB. 



The Childeen of Marianne Smith (XVIII 64) and Stephen Harris. 



XIX 








215 


Stephen Harris. 


Catharine McArthur. 


May 23, 1834. 


Mar. 10, 1863. 


Mar 10,1874. 


Pottsville, Pa. 


2ir, 


Joseph Smith Harris. 


I. Delia Silliman 














Brodhead. 


Apr. 29, 1836. 


I. June 20, 1865. 




Philadelphia, Pa. 






II. Emily EUza 














Potts. 




II. Apr. 27,1882. 










III. Anna Zelia 














Potts. 




HI. Oct. 19.1896. 






217 


Martha Frazer 














Harris. 


Henry Chester Parry. 


May 24, 1838. 


May 17,1870. 




Augusta, Ga. 


218 


John Camphell 














Harris. 


Mary Powers. 


Apr. 10, 1840. 


Oct. 21.1869. 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


219 


Frazer Harris. 




Nov. 12, 1841. 




Apr. 19,1859. 




220 


Mary Campbell 














Harris. 


never married. 


July 16,1843. 




June 19, 1866. 


Pottsville, Pa. 


221 


William Harris. 




Feb. 15, 1845. 




Mar. 8,1845. 




222 


Emma Vaughan 

Harris. 




Aug. 17, 1846. 




Dec. 19, 1849. 




223 


Thomas Harris. 




Dec. 23, 1848. 




July 15, 1851. 





The Children of Persifor Frazer Smith (XVIII 65) and Thojiasine Susan Fairlamb. 



224 


Kebecca Darlington 


Robert Emmet 














Smith. 


Monaghan. 


July 3, 18.34. 


Sept. 


12, 1866. 




West Chester, Pa. 


225 


Marv Frazer Smith. 




Mar. 2,1836. 






Feb. 2, 1842. 




226 


Martha Frazer Smith. 




May 8,1837. 






Dec. 18. 1842. 






Joseph Smith. 
George Fairlamb 

Smith. 




Oct. 17,1838. 






Oct. 14, 1830. 




Ann E. Hickman. 


Feb. 28, 1840. 


Sept. 


25, 1867. 


Oct. 18, 1877. 


West Chester, Pa. 


229 


Lvdia Valentine 
















Smith. 


never married. 


Nov. 2,1841. 






Sept. 28, 1891. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


230 






May 30, 1843. 






Nov. 13, 1845. 




231 


Martha Fmzer Smith. 


never married. 


May 16, 1845. 






Feb. 28, 1880. 


West Chester, Pa. 


232 






Dec. 22, 1846. 






July 30, 1847. 




233 


I'ersifor Frazer 

Smith. 




Dec. 28, 1847. 






June 29. 1848. 




234 


I'ersifor Frazer 
















Smith. 


Laura Wood. 


Apr. 1, 1849. 


Dec. 


3, 1S73. 




Pittsburg. Pa. 


235 






Aug. 17, 1850. 






.July 31, 18.51. 




236 


Emma Vaughan 

Smith. 




Feb. 19. 1852. 






July 27,18.52. 




237 


Franoes Bureau 
















Smith. 




Feb. 22. 18.53. 






Sept. 1884. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


238 


Robert Smith. 




Aug. 17, 1854. 






Oct. 17,1854. 





GENERATION XIX. 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBBB OP PAMILT. 



MASWAGB. 



The Children of Vaughan Smith (XVIII 67) and Mary Elizabeth Sheppard. 



XIX 












239 


Emma Vaughan 














Smith. 


William Riley Tall. 


July 14,1843. 


Nor. 13,1862. 






240 


(Daughter) Smith. 




Apr. 15. 1844. 




Apr. 15.1844. 




241 


Beujamin Sheppard 












242 


Smith. 
Persifor Frazer 

Smith. 




Apr. 18, 1847. 
Oct. 4, 1849. 




Aug. 12, 1853. 
Aug. 16. 1850. 


Wilmington, Del. 


243 


Henry Houston 

Smith. 




Mar. 30,1853. 




Mar. 19. 1873. 




244 


May Webb Smith. 


Otho Davidson Bryan 


Dec. 3,1855. 


Jan. 11. 1876. 




Philadelphia, Pa. 




Ke.iton Smith. 


Amy Bertha 














Gutherie. 


June 3,1858. 


June 12,1892. 




Wilmington, Del 


246 


Benjamin Sheppard 














Smith. 


Anna Nebeker Stroud 


Mar. 19, 1862. 


Jan. 23,1901. 




Wilmington, Del 


247 


Joseph Smith. 


unmarried. 


Sept. 29, 18G4. 








248 


Ann Vernon Smith. 


Benjamin Franklin 














Harrington. 


May 31, 1SG6. 


Deo. 10,1889. 




Franklin City, Va. 



The Children of Robert Washington S.mith (XVIII 69) and Mabtha Rudolph Herb. 



249 


Henrietta Fleming 
















Smith. 


William Steele Boyd. 


Nov. 1, 1830. 


Sept. 26, 1850. 






Scranton, Pa. 


250 


James Smith. 




Aug. 6,1832. 




Aug. 


12, 1832. 




251 


James Herr Smith. 


Caroline Dickenson 


















Dec. 5,1833. 


June 8. 18.56. 








252 


John Futhey Smith. 


Mary McFetrich. 


June 11, 183(5. 


June 29. 1869. 






Philadelphia. Pa. 


P^ 


Robert Wirt Smith. 




Nov. 27, 1839. 




Kept. 


7, 1862. 




254 


CalTin Grier Smith. 


Sarah Anna Kauffelt. 


Nov. 27. mO). 


Dec. 15,1869. 






Wrightsville. Pa. 




Martha Herr Smith. 


Frank J. Magee. 


May 10. 1843. 


July 29,1868. 






Wrightsville, Pa. 


256 


Margaret Fleming 
















^, , ^ Smith. 


never married. 


Sept. 11, 1845. 








Wrightsville, Pa. 


257 


Charles Persifor 

Smith. 


Hannah Gertrude 
















Kern. 


May 28, 1848. 


Nov. 20,1872. 


July 


19, 1896. 


West Pittston, Pa. 



The Children of James Fleming Smith (XVIII 70) and Elizabeth Schall. 



258 Howard Persifor , 

Smith. Margie Baumgardner. Mar. 31. 1847. I Anr. 11, 1871. | Feb. 14, 1872. Lancaster, Pa. 



90 



THE SMITH EFX'ORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



UBUBGR OF FAMILY. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Samuel McKean Smith (XVIII 72) and Elizabeth Kauffelt. 



XIX 
















259 


Mary Margaret Smith. 
Ambrose Cephas 


Harris Knott Wilton. 


Jan. 2,1838. 


Jan. 24,1866. 






WriRhtsville, Pa. 


260 


Hannah L. 














Smith. 


Slaymaker. 


Aug. 21, 1840. 


Apr. 28,1868. 






Negaunee, Mich. 


2C1 


SUas Melancthon 
















Smith. 


never married. 


Sept. 22, 1843. 




July 16. 1863. 


Wrightsville, Pa. 


262 


.lohn Isaac Smith. 


McConkey. 


July 20,1846. 








York, Pa. 



The CHttDEEN OF Susanna Abmsteong (XVIII 75) and Stephen Henbt Cochran. 



263 
204 
265 



Henry S. Cochran. 
Stephen A. Cochran. 
Jane Ann Cochran. 



Emily F. Granger, 
unmarried. 
Gilbert Coombs. 



Sept. 12, 1826. 
July 26. 1828. 
Apr. 17, 1830. 



Oct. 14,1904. 
Apr. 19, 1891. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Childeen of Eliza A. Aemstbong (XVIII 77) and Robert Carson. 



206 Annie S. Carson. unmarried, 



Washington, D. 0. 



The Children of David Correy (XVIII S3) and Margabetta Smith 
(See "The Children of Margaretta Smith" (XVIII 46.) 



The Children of Margaret Corbet (XVIII 87) and John Wilson. 



267 William Wilson. 

268 I Susan Wilson. John Wilson. 



GENERATION XIX. 



91 



GENERATION XIX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILT. 



MABRIAGE. 



The Childben of Mabt Ann Correy (XVIII 90) and James Cochran Magbaw. 



XIX 














269 


.Tane Eliza Magraw. 


Thomas J. Huggins. 


Feb. 14, 1834. 


Mar. 29,1859. 


Sept. 15, 1892. 


Baltimore, Md. 


liVO 
















Magraw. 


Galloway. 


Dec. 8,1835. 




Jan. 19, 1871. 




271 


Margaret Correy 

Magraw. 




Sept. 24, 1837. 




Apr. 1838. 




272 


Susan Correy 

Magraw. 




Sept. 28, 1839. 




Jan. 30, 1904. 




273 


Robert Magraw. 


Mary Milliron 

Nussear. 


July 14, 1841. 


Aug. 11,1869. 






274 


Stephen Cochran 

Magraw. 


Tenny Webster. 


Sept. 7,1847. 









The Childben of Abneb Maxwell (XVIII 92) aud Susan Davidson. 



Mary Maxwell. 
Levi Maxwell. 
Williams Maxwell. 



Johnson. 

I'rances Jane 

Runnels. 
A. W. Flucky. 
Lucena Susan Page. 
Lida Vanort. 



July 2, 



July 4, 1892. 
Feb. 6,1858. 
July 19, 1903. 
Sept. 1896. 



CardingtoD, O. 



The Children or Abneb Maxwell (XVIII 92) and Juda Moddisett. 



280 


Frances Jane 














Maxwell. 


Archibald Lowther. 




Nov. 9, 1848. 


July 27, 1892. 




281 


T^wis Maxwell. 


Margaret Mitchell. 


May 18, 1831. 


„. l§§i- 




Glenville, W. Va. 


282 


(■:hnrles Maxwell. 




May 18, 1831. 


Dec. 25,1870. 




Summers, W. Va. 


283 


.\mv Marion Maxwell. 


.Vaa C. Coplin. 


1833. 


May 8,1862. 


July 15, 1892. 




2H4 


Abner M. Maxwell. 


Lyda Jane Woofter. 


1834. 


1862. 




Market, W. Va. 


285 


James Maxwell. 


I. Abigail Ann 

Osborne. 
11. Priscilla Doak. 
III. Rachel Ann 

Lambert. 




I. Sept. 14. 18.59. 

II. Nov. 14, 1869. 

III. Sept. 1. 1876. 




West Union, W. Va. 


286 


Robert Maxwell. 


Louisa Osborn. 











92 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XIX. 



HEMBBB OF FAKILT. 



MABBIAGE. 



The Childben of Levi Maxwell (XVIII 93) and Saeah Haymond. 



XIX 
287 

if 
290 

291 
292 


Angelina Maxwell. 
Edwin Maxwell. 
John Maxwell. 
Hufus Maxwell. 

Semira Maxwell. 
Mary Jane Maxwell. 


never married. 
Loretta Shuttleworth. 
Emileue Shannon. 
Sarah Jane Bonnifield. 

never married, 
never married. 


Dec. 26. 1823. 
July 26, 1825. 
May 24, 1827. 
Oct. 19,1828. 

May 17, 1830. 
Jan. 23,1832. 


1871. 
June 1, 3852. 


Aug. 3,1864. 
Feb. 5, 1903. 
June 23, 1860. 
Nov. 15, 1854. 


Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Co., W. Va. 
j Weston, W. Va. 
Weston, W. Va. 



The Children of Robeet Maxwell (XVIII 95) and Rebecca Estlack. 



293 














294 


Maxwell. 
Frances Black 

Maxwell. 


Jennett George. 


Jan. 27,1813. 


Sept. 6,1835. 


Sept. 3,1852. 


Cardington, 0. 


William Boggs. 


Apr. 21, 1815. 


Apr. 13,1837. 


Mar. 17, 1844. 


Richmond, 0. 


TOR 










Apr. 26, 1820. 




296 


Amy Countess 

Maxwell. 








May 31, 1820. 




297 
















Maxwell. 


Joseph Lefevre. 


Mar. 23, 1821. 






Lincoln, Neb. 


?,98 


Meiggs Lewis 


I. Margaret Ann 












Maxwell. 


McMillen. 


July 19,1823. 


I. May 6, 1846. 




Edison, 0. 




1 '1 


Minerva Oliver. 




II. Aug. 2.5, 1867. 








1 iii 


III. Maria J. Tucker. 




III. AugiO, 1879. 






299 


Caroline Amanda 


Benjamin Franklin 












Maxwell. 


McMillen. 


Dec. 24. 182.'!. 






Oskaloosa, I. 


300 


Mary Malvina 














Maxwell. 


Alexander Ireland. 


June 27. 1828. 


Oct. 7, 1851. 




Cardmgton, O. 


301 
















Maxwell. 




Jan. 19.1832. 




Aug. 1,1843. 




302 


Emma Ann Maxwell. 


Sylvenus W. Page. 


Aug. 6,1834. 


Oct. 1857. 


Jan. 15,1881. 


Santa Cruz, Cal. 



The Cnn.DEEN or Amy Maxwell (XVIII 96) and John Peck. 



303 


(Son) Peck. 




May 29, 1826. 




May 29, 182(1. 




304 


(Son) Peck. 




July 4,1827. 




July 4,1827. 




305 


Lemon Bristol Peck. 


never married. 


July 4,1827. 




June 6,1853. 


Cardington, O. 


306 




Belinda Smith. 


•Tan. 19,1829. 


Mar. 3, 1850. 


Apr. 27, 1876. 


Cardington, O. 


307 


David Blackman 


I. Margaret S. 












Peck. 


Farris. 


Sept. 29, 1830. 


Oct. 22,1872. 


Apr. 1903. 


Cardington, 0. 


308 


John Shorman Peck. 


Lorinda Barkell. 


Jan. 31.18.32. 


May 26,1854. 


1897. 


Cardington, O. 


309 


Tarleton Peck. 


Mary Jane Ocker. 


Oct. 9, 1835. 


Nov. 12.1857. 




Cardington, O. 


310 


Minerva Jane Peck. 


George R. 

Cunningham. 


Apr. 19, 18.37. 




Aug. 12. 18G4. 









GENERATION XIX. 
GENERATION XIX. 




93 


INDEX 
NO. 


MBHBBB OF FAMILT. 


CONSOBT. 


BIUTH. 


MABRLAOB. 


DEATH. BESIDENCB. 

1 


The Childben of Maby Maxwell (XVIII 97) and John Swisheb. 


XIX 

311 Alvira Swisher. 

312 .T.,hn Swisher. 

313 George Swisher. 

314 Lewis Swisher. 

315 lAmy Swisher. Thomas Curl. 











The CHttDREN OF Samdkl Thompson (XVIII 99) and Susanna Dausian. 



S18 

817 
318 
319 


John C. Thompson. 

Sarah Stanley 

Thompson. 
Samuel Irester 

Thompson. 
Matthew Stanley 

Thompson. 


I. Margaret 

McGregor. 
II. Susan Dauman. 

John Potter Ewing. 


1812. 
Oct. 24, 1815. 


Apr. 


7. 1836. 


about 1866. 


PittBburg, Pa. 


Rachel Ewing. 
never married. 


Mar. 16, 1818. 
Nov. 5,1821. 






1875. 


Ohio. 

Bait Lake City. 


ii? 


Susan Thompson. 
William Thompson. 


Thomas Thornburg. 
never married. 


Oct. 25,1827. 
Nov. 3,1828. 


Oct. 


1853. 


1903. 


Los Angeles, Cal. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



The Childben of Mabtha Stanley (XVIII 105) and Hugh Robinson. 



322 Susanna Robinson. William Torbert. 





The Chh-dben or Sarah Stanlkt (XVIII 106) and James Wilson Bbown. 




323 


Robert Newton 

Brown. 


I. Sarah Alexander 
Hodgdon. 




I. Feb. 13. 1834. 








Andrew Stanley 

Brown. 


II. AUcia Monaghan. 


1813. 


11. May 13, 1868. 


Mar. 13, 1885. 


Oochranville, Pa. 




Rachel H. Jones. 


Jnne 19, 1815. 


Nov. 25. 1841. 


Jan. 2,1893. 


Honeybrook, Pa. 


325 


Matthew Brown. 


never married. 


Nov. 8, 1818. 




Mar. 5,1838. 




R-'fi 


Sarah S. Brown. 


William Williams. 


July 16, 1820. 




Feb. 28, 1861. 




327 


James Brown. 


never married. 


Oct. 17. 1822. 








328 


Jchn Brown. 




Apr. 2, 1825. 








S-xi 


William Brown. 


Chloe Kirskie. 


Sept. 27, 1827. 






Chicago, 111. 


330 






Mar. 29, 1829. 








331 






May 8.1833. 








332 


Mary A. Brown. 


John E. Low. 


Jan. 4, 1836. 




Oct. 16,1904. 


Chicago, 111. 



94 



THE SMITH RECORU. 



GENERATION XIX. 



OF FAMILY. 



MAHKIAOa. 



RflSIDEKCB. 



The Childeen of John Stanley (XVIII 108) and 



Thaddens Stevens 

Stanley. 

Andrew Curtin 

Stanley. 



The Childeen of Willla.m Stanley (XVIII 110) and Rebecca Kiekpateick. 



335 
336 
337 



340 
341 
342 



Sarah Stanley. 
Hannah Stanley. 
Susanna Stanley. 
Elizabeth G. Stanley. 

Martha Stanley. 
'Rebecca Jane Stanley. 
Emma J. Stanley. 
James K. Stanley. 



A. Guthrie. 

never married. 

I. Norman. 

II. Oliver Ottinger. 
Thomas Arkwright. 

Cawley. 

never married. 



Lancaster, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Savannah, Ga. 
Wilmington, N. O. 
Savannah, Ga. 
St. Louis, Mo. 



The Childben of Matthew Stanley (XVIII 111) and Susan Gallaqhee. 



343 


Matthew Stanley. 


Sarah George. 


Nov. 6,1834. 




Jan. 4,1895. 


Norristown, Pa. 


344 


Fiances J. Stanley. 


Jonathan Windle. 


Nov. 29, 18.S6. 






Byers Station, Pa. 


345 


Sarah Ann Stanley. 


Ephraim Suplee. 


Sept. 11, 1839. 


Jan. 28,1868. 




Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 


346 


■SVilliam McCarer 
















Nov. 6,1841. 




Apr. 12, 1886. 


Honeybrook, Pa. 


347 


P. Frazer Smith 














Stanley. 


Martha ToungMoffitt. 


Feb. 9, 1844. 


Apr. 16, 1874. 




Chester, Pa. 


348 


Benjamin GrifBth 














Stanley. 


Margaret Mock. 


Mar. 10, 1846. 






Spring City, P;i. 


849 
















Stanley. 


Sarah Miller. 


Nov. 29, 1851. 




Oct. 24, ISSG. 


Anselma, Pa. 



The CitiLnBEN of Sabah Lewis (XVIII 114) and Nathan Doblan. 



3,50 




never married. 


Feb. 19. 1833. 




Feb. 5, 18.-0. 


Rockville, Pa. 


351 


Lewis Dorian. 


never married. 


Feb. 27, 1835. 




Feb. 14, 1SS9. 


Springfield, III. 


352 




.\lfred Niolds. 




1863. 


Mar. 31, 1899. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


3.-13 


George Dorian. 


never married. 


July 28, 1838. 




Oct. 7, 1887. 




354 


Elizabeth Lewis 














Dorian. 




Mar. 17, 18.^9. 




July 31, 1897. 


Bloomington, 111. 


355 


John N. Dorian. 


never married. 


June 1,1843. 




June 2,1863. 




356 


Eliza Dorian. 













GENERATION XIX. 



95 



GENERATION XIX. 



lESIBEK OP FAMIfcY. 



RESIDBN-CE. 



The Children of Hester Lewis (XVIII 116) and DANnx Kirkpatrick. 



Hannah Lewis 

Kirkpatrick. 
Margaret Cunning- 
ham Kirkpatrick. 



never married. 
Charles Fahnestock 
Brown. 



May 16, 1825. 
Mar. 20, 1827. 



July 10, 1899. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Dec. 21, 1889. Chester Valley, Pa. 



The Children of Elizabeth Lewis (XVIII 118) and James Gallacher. 



359 Sarah Jane Gallagher. 

360 Margaret Gallagher. 



The Chii.dre.v of William Cunningham Lewis (XVIII 119) and Letitia C. Micheneb. 



Ann Pirn Lewis. 
MargaretCunningh 

Lewis. I 

John Michencr Lewis. 
Lydia Michener 

Lewis, never 
Hannah Maria Lewis. 
TVilliam Obed Lewis, j 
Letitia Michener 

Lewis. 



John Conrad. 
Connard. 



Nov. 1, 1832. 

Dec. 27, 1834. 
Aug. 25, 1837. 

Mar. 4.1840. 
Jan. 28.1842. 
Mar. 3,1844. 

July 25, 1847. 



Oct. 2. 1867. 
July 26, 1842. 
July 19,1844. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
New Jersey. 



The Children of Obed Lewis (XVIII 121) and Cordelia JIargaret Iles 



Mary Lewis. 



Melissa May Stout. 
IJichard Fleetwood 

Herndon. 
unmarried. 



June 30, 1852. 



May 20,: 
Oct. G, ■ 



Feb. 20, 1905. Springfield, ni. 



Snringfield. 111. 
i Springfield, 111. 



THE SMITH BECOED. 



GENERATION XIX. 



ME&IBEB OF FAMILT. 



MARRIAGE. 





The Childben of Margaret Lewis (XVIII 123) and James M 


cClure Neely. 


XIX 

371 


Brookfield Levering 


Emeline Irene 










Neely. 


DeGrote. 


Nov. 29, 1S42. 


about 1865. 


Fall 1879. j 


372 


John Obed Lewis 








1 




Neely. 




Feb. 26. 1844. 




Sept. 14, 1844. 1 


373 


HestiT Jane Neely. 


unmarried. 


Feb. 26, 1^5. 






374 


Elizabeth Gallagher 












Neely. 


unmarried. 


Sept. 1.1846. 




i 


375 


Obed Lewis Neelv. 


Kate Finler. 


Apr. 14, 1849. 




Mar. 21, 1891. ! 


376 


David Parker Neely. 




.Tan. 6. 18.51. 


Mar. 29, 1883. 




377 


Cordelia lies Neely. 




Oct. 27.1854. 




Oct. 31,1854. 


378 














Neely. 




Sept. 19, 1856. 




Aug. 2,1857. 



The Children of Sami'el Cunninghaj[ Lewis (XVIII 124) and Martha Thompson Rea. 



379 William R. Lewis. never married. 

380 iMary Ann Lewis. ] Henry Stofflet. 

381 IZillah Hester Lewis, inever married. 



Oct. 6, 1846. 

Sept. 19, 1848. June 

Sept. 19, 18.55. 



Sept. 21, 1890. 
Dec. 22, 1886. 
Aug. 11, 1875. 



The Children of .Iilia Fulton (XVIII 12G) and Charles Blight. 



Charles Blight. 
Mary Fulton Blight. 
Robert Fulton Blight, 



The Children of Cornelia Lh'ingston Fulton (XVIII 127) and Edward Charles Crary. 



Robert Fulton Crary. 

Edward Francis 

Crary, 

Charles Franklyn 

Crary, 

Ella Cornelia Crnry. 

Lena Herbert Crary 



never married. I 

IT. H. Cameron. 



Poughkeepsie, N. T 



The Childben of Mart Livingston Fulton (XVIII 128) and Robert M. Ludlow. 



390 Robert Fulton 

Ludlow. Catelena Philip. 



Claverack. N. Y. 



GEXEEATION XIX. 97 

John Smith Futhey (XIX 1) was born in West Fallowfield (now High- 
land) township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, studied law partly in the law school 
of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, then under the charge of Judge 
John Reed, and afterward in the office of Hon. Townsend Haines^ of West 
Chester, Pennsylvania. He was admitted to practice at the bar of Chester 
county, February 7, 1843, was Depiity Attorney-General for Chester county 
from April, 1840, to November, 1850, District Attorney from October, 1853, 
to November, 1S56, and was appointed by Governor Henry ]\I. Hoyt, President 
Judge of Chester county, February 27, 1879. In the fall of that year he was 
elected to the same office without opposition. He continiied to hold this position 
to the end of his life. He was one of the authors of a valuable history of Chester 
county which was published in 1888. 

His wife, Eliza Jane Miller, daughter of Amos Mitchell Miller, aud his 
wife, born Lydia Best, of West Fallowfield township, was born December 5, 
1826, and died 1902. 

James Latta Futhey (XIX 2) was a farmer. He lived for a time on his 
father's farm in West Fallowfield township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and 
afterward removed to Atglen, Pennsylvania. 

Martha Ann Futhey (XIX 3). Her husband, Robert L. McClellau, bom 
October 22, 1822, was a dentist, living in Cochranville, Pennsylvania. He was 
a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from 1861 to 1863, 
and of the State Senate from 1874 to 1876. He died February 5, 1889. 

His wife now lives at Atglen, Pennsylvania. They had no children. 

Dr. MeClellan had previously married in 1852, Hannah Matilda Downey, 
of Leacock, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, who died in 1877. 

Elizabeth Jane Futhey (XIX 5). Her husband, Samuel Walker, born 
1832, died January 5, 1901, was a farmer of Highland township, Chester Co., 
Pennsylvania. 

Robert Fulhey (XIX 6) is a merchant of Atglen, Pennsylvania. His first 
wife, Eliza Hershberger, born April 24, 1840, died August 22, 1867. His sec- 
ond wife, Anne H. Houston, born 1838, is a daughter of Samuel Houston, and 
his wife, born Sarah Downing, of Penningtouvillc, Pennsylvania. 

Robert Agnew Futhey (XIX 8) was educated at the New London Acad- 
emy from 1840 to 1843. He afterward taught school in the district about his 



VO THE SMITH KECORD. 

home in Highland to'miship till 1854. lie then, for a few months, was a teacher 
in the school of William F. Wyers, in West Chester, till he was elected county 
superintendent of schools in the fall of 1S54. This position he held till 1857. 

His father having died in 1855, he took charge of the home farm, and con- 
tinued to live there till 1867, when he sold it. It had been owned by his family 
about one hundred years. He then removed to Parkesburg, Pennsylvania, and 
in 1869 entered the private banking house of Parke, Smith & Company, which 
was known as The Parkesburg Bank. He became its cashier in 1873, and con- 
tinued to hold that position after it became The Parkesburg National Bank, in 
1880. He retired from the bank in 1893, and has not since engaged in busi- 
ness. 

His wife, Sarah P. Taylor, died August 26, 1890. They had no children. 

Antony Wayne (XIX 12). The energetic nature and vigorous physical 
constitution of General Antony Wayne did not descend to his grandchildren. 
Only one of them reached maturity, and he was not strong. The others all died 
of dysentery at an early age, and the family directly descended from General 
Wayne became extinct. 

Emma Meek (XIX 16). Her husband, Jacob Pentzer, was a Presbyterian 
clergyman of German descent, who was born in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania, 
May 28, 1808. He was a graduate of Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Pennsyl- 
vania, and of the Western Theological Seminary of Allegheny, Pennsylvania. 
After their marriage they removed to Germantown, Ohio, where he preached for 
a number of years. He preached also at several other places in Ohio, and in 
1859 removed to Wilton, Iowa, where he died May 15, 1SS4. 

Robert Meek (XIX 17). After reaching maturity he started to go down 
the Ohio river to New Orleans, Louisiana, and was never heard of afterward. 
It was supposed that he was drowned, or that he died of cholera, which was 
then raging in New Orleans. 

Eliza Meek (XIX 19). Her husband, Charles Louis Goehring, was born 
in Germany, December 10, 1815, and came to America with his parents in 1818. 
He had reached manhood when he went to Pittsburg, where he was at first a 
confectioner. He was a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1861 and 
18G2. He was at that time engaged in the oil business. lie was later a mem- 
ber of the firm of Coleman Kohm & Co., iron manufacturers, a director in 



GENERATION XIX. «» 

of the Pittsburg banks and the first president of the Consolidated Ga3 
Company of Pittsburg. He died in Allegheny City October 4, 1900. 

John Miller Porter (XIX 22) was a man of unusual intelligence, of ex- 
cellent business judgment, and of sterling integrity. His views on business 
questions had great weight in the community in which he lived. He had largo 
interests in the oil fields in Venango Co., Pennsylvania, and they brought to him 
a considerable fortime, out of which he purposed in his will to found and endow 
a school at Tarentum, where he lived. 

He had served for two terms in the Pennsylvania Legislature, having been 
elected on the Whig ticket. During his legislative career he assisted in the 
passage of a bill which declared inojjerative bequests for charitable or religious 
purposes made within thirty days before the death of the testator. This bill 
made void his own will, and his large estate was ultimately divided among his 
relatives. He died of typhoid fever. 

Robert Porter (XIX 26) was a farmer. 

Mary Porter (XIX 27). Her husband, Henry McClure Davidson, was a 
son of Henry Davidson, and his wife, born Jane McClure. He was born in 
County Armagh, Ireland, November 26, 1829. His father was a farmer, and 
an administrator, taking an active part in the affairs of his county. 

Henry McClure Davidson came to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, in June, 1853. 
He was at first a trader in horses, and had later a sale stable. In 1866 he pur- 
chased a fine farm of ten hundred acres, erected good buildings thereon, and has 
lived there since his marriage. 

George Porter (XIX 28) was a teamster. 

George Washington Porter (XIX 33) was a prominent and highly re- 
spected citizen of West Deer township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. He was 
a contractor, and was well and favorably known in Allegheny, Armstrong and 
Butler counties, Pennsylvania. 

John Porter (XIX 35) was a farmer. 

Joseph Porter (XIX 36) was a machinist. 

Ezekiel Miller Porter (XIX 37) was a carpenter. 



100 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Samuel Carnahan Porter (XIX 40) enlisted during the Civil war in the 
Sixty-third Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, and died of disease contracted 
in the service. 

George Washington Glass (XIX 45) learned the machinists' trade at the 
Pennsylvania Railroad shops at Parkesburg, Pennsylvania. He was at one time 
an engineer in the service of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company, 
living first at Pottsville, Pennsylvania, and later at Schuylkill Haven, Penn- 
sylvania. In 1851 he removed from the latter place to Allegheny City, Penn- 
sjdvania, having received the appointment of master mechanic of the Ohio and 
Pennsylvania Railroad shops at that place. After a service of six years there 
he removed to Philadelphia, where he held the same position on the North Penn- 
sylvania Railroad. In 1858 he was appointed master mechanic of the Virginia 
and Tennessee Railroad, and removed to Lynchburg, Virginia. Sectional feel- 
ing was then so strong in the South that his life was threatened, and he was 
once seriously assaulted. He resigned his position in 1859, and removed to 
New Brighton, Beaver Co., Pennsylvania, where he became sviperintendent of 
an iron car works. In 1868 he was appointed master mechanic of the Allegheny 
Valley Railroad, which position he held at the time of his death. He was skill- 
ful in his vocation. He made the first locomotive built west of the Allegheny 
mountains, to which engine he gave the name of "Keystone." He was awarded 
a prize for an improvement in car trucks by the Allegheny County Agricultural 
Society. 

He was a man greatly respected for his ability and integrity. 

His wife, Eliza Walker, whom he met while living in Parkesburg, was a 
daughter of James Walker, and his wife, who was born Mary Ramsay. James 
Walker was a farmer of Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and he was at one time 
Recorder of Deeds for that county. 

His family for several generations were buried at Fagg's Manor Presby- 
terian church, Londonderry township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 

John Porter Glass (XIX 4G) was for some years superintendent for the 
telegraph comi)any which then operated the lines in and about Pittsburg, Penn- 
sylvania. He left this service to become one of the proprietors of the City Hotel, 
and later became the lessee of the Perry Hotel, both of which were in Pittsburg. 
He abandoned this business, finding it distasteful, and at the outbreak of the 
Civil war he organized Company A, of the Fifth Regiment of Infantry of the 
Excelsior Brigade. He was promoted April 11, 1862, to the Lieutenant-Colo- 



GENERATION XIX. 101 

nelcy of this regiment, which was afterward known as the Seventy-fourth Regi- 
ment, New York Volunteers. He took part in the earlier battles of McClellan's 
peninsular campaign, but lost his health on the peninsula, and was compelled to 
resign his command December 19, 1863. 

In 1864 he was elected to the Pennsylvania Legislature on the Kepublican 
ticket, and served in the Legislature for three years. In 1867 he was chosen 
speaker of the House of Representatives by an almost unanimous vote. He re- 
turned home from Harrisburg in a state of great physical prostration, from 
which he never rallied^ and died soon after. 

His first wife, Mary Bailey, was a daughter of William Bailey, a steel man- 
ufacturer of Wheeling, Virginia. She died of cholera October 6, 1851. 

His second wife, Mary Amanda Brown, was of Steubenville, Ohio. She 
was a daughter of Hugh Brown, and his wife, born Jane McCutcheon. 

Robert Porter Glass (XIX 48) was for some years manager of the tele- 
graph office in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, and he later held various posi- 
tions of trust and responsibility in the post office, and the railroad offices in Pitts- 
burg, Pennsylvania, filling all these positions very acceptably. He was one of 
the California "forty-niners," crossing the plains with a party who went out to 
California in 1849 to seek for gold. He died in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. 

His wife, Annie Walker, was a daughter of Montgomery Walker, and his 
wife, born Jane Hedges, of Brooke Co., Virginia. 

Nancy Smith Glass (XIX 49). Her husband, David Johnston, was in 
his early life a resident of Kittanning, Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania, where he 
read law, and for a time served as Clerk of the Orphans' Court. 

On the day of their marriage he, with his parents, brothers and sisters, and 
his wife, started for California, going by way of New York, and thence by 
steamer, crossing the Isthmus of Panama on mule back, and arriving at San 
Francisco on the 23d of November, being forty days on the journey. They re- 
moved thence in the spring of 1853 to Sacramento, California, and thence to 
Bear Run, Nevada Co., California, fourteen miles below Grass Valley. As 
their children needed better educational facilities than could be found there, 
they returned, in 1868, to Sacramento, where David Johnson transacted the 
business of a mining and United States land claim attorney, and served as a 
member of the City Board of Education. 

During his residence there he bought a tract of seven hundred acres of land 
at Cool, El Dorado Co., California, which ho developed into a plantation of olive 



102 THE SMITH RECORD. 

and other fruit trees. When his health failed several years ago, he and his wife 
remold to their ranch, which has since been the home of the family. After 
his death, May 10, 1903, his widow returned to Sacramento, where she now 
lives with her children. 

David Johnston bore throughout his life the highest character. He was a 
man of stern and uncompromising integrity, though in his private life he was 
generous and broadminded. 

Jfathan Grier White (XIX 51) was a clergyman of the Presbyterian 
church, a graduate of Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1828, and of 
Princeton Theological Seminary, 1833. He was licensed to preach October 2, 
1833. He was ordained by the Presbytery of Carlisle in 1834, and was in- 
stalled as pastor of the churches at McConnellsburg, Green Hill and Wells Val- 
ley, Fulton Co., Pennsylvania, where he remained until 186i. He was pastor 
of the church at Williamsburg, near HoUidaysburg, Pennsylvania, from 1867 
to 1883. He removed to Xew Haven, Payette Co., Pennsylvania, where he died 
in 1895. After his pastorate at Williamsburg ceased, he still preached at 
several churches till two years before his death. 

His second wife, Catharine MacDowell, died October 21, 1893. 

Robert McCrea White (XIX 52) was a clergyman of the Presbyterian 
church. He was a graduate of Amherst College, 1834. It is related of him that 
when he applied for admission there he found that his preparatory studies should 
have covered five books of Euclid's geometry, none of which he had studied. 
Requesting that he might delay his examination in mathematics a few days, he 
took the text-book, and while wandering through the neighboring fields mastered 
the required books in three days, and passed his examination. Twenty years 
later a young Amherst graduate told his widow that this feat was still one of the 
often narrated traditions of the college. 

He was a classmate, roommate, and till his death a friend and corre- 
spondent of Henry Ward Beecher. 

After leaving college he taught for a time in the Academy of Bel Air, Mary- 
land, where he met his future wife. He was graduated from Princeton 
Theological Seminary in 1837, but his hard study there seriously overtasked his 
eyes^ and he accepted a call to Fairview church, a small church of forty mem- 
bers, in Brooke Co., West Virginia. During his pastorate there of eleven j'cars, 
from 1837 to 1848, his congregation increased to about six hundred members, 
and they built a substantial brick church, to take tlie place of the dilapidated 
building he found there. 



GENERATION XIX. 103 

The intensity of his work there impaired his health, and so far affected his 
throat that he decided to retire from active pastoral work ; and in the summer of 
1848 he accepted a call to the chair of rhetoric and oratory at Jefferson College, 
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. He undertook, in connection with this work, the 
charge of a small church at Chartiers, Pennsylvania, hut he lived but a few 
months after assuming these duties. 

He was a man of gi-eat intellectual power and fine scholarship, and an 
earnest advocate of the cause of temperance. He worked throughout his life 
with an intensity which was too great for his physical strength, and which 
closed his career in the maturity of his mental powers. 

His wife, Ellen Morrison Davis, was a daughter of Stephen Davis, of Balti- 
more, Maryland. 

Sarah Jane White (XIX 53). Her husband, William S. King, born De- 
cember 28, 1810, died August 2, 1895, was a surgeon, United States Army, ap- 
pointed July, 1838. He served in the Seminole war, the Mexican war, and the 
Civil war. He held at the time of his death the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. 
He died at Asbury Park, N'ew Jersey, August 2, 1895. 

Ann Eliza White (XIX 55) was educated at Norristown Seminary, ISTor- 
ristown, Pennsylvania. She was married at Fagg's Manor church, Chester Co., 
Pennsylvania, and was buried at Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

Her husband, John Moore, D.D., was a Presbyterian clergyman, a son of 
Robert and Nancy Moore, born at Fairview, West Virginia, October 16, 1822, 
died Aiigust 13, 1888. He was graduated by Washington and Jefferson College, 
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, A.B. 1843, and by Western Theological Seminary, 
Allegheny, Pennsylvania, B.D. 18-46. After the death of his first wife he was 
stationed in the West. He married a second time at Chatfield, Minnesota, 
August 26, 1879, Abby Welles Johnson, a sister of Dr. Samuel Johnson, pro- 
fessor of chemistry in Sheflield Scientific School, Yale University. 

Martha White (XIX 56) was educated at Oxford and Norristown, Penn- 
sylvania. She taught for a time in the Young Ladies' Seminary at Xorristown, 
of which her cousin. Rev. James Ralston, was principal. 

Her husband, liobert Stewart Fullerton, was a Presbyterian clergyman, 
born in Bloomingburg, Ohio, November 23, 1821. 

The Fullerton family came originally from Corbies in Picardy, France. 
They emigrated to Scotland, settling two miles from Ayr, about 10S5, upon an 



104 THE SMITH BECOKD. 

estate from which they took their name, the family name before that time having 
been Fitz Lewis. They were hereditary fowlers to the kings of Scotland, and 
called their castle "Fowler towne," from whence came the name Fullerton. 
The name Fullerton appears in Ireland as early as 1602. Those bearing that 
name in Ayrshire were Covenanters, and as they were subjected to heavy fines 
there in the time of James II, it is supposed that the progenitors of the Ameri- 
can family crossed to Ireland about that time. 

It is known that Humphrey Fullerton (Greneration XV), great-gi-eat-grand- 
father of Kobert Stewart Fullerton, fought under King William III at the 
battle of BojTie Water, and was by him given a sword, which was treasured in 
the family for several generations. 

This Humphrey Fullerton emigrated to America in 1723 or 1725, sailing 
from Chester, England. He settled in Pequea, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. 
His son Humphrey (Generation XVI), who was six years old at the time of 
the emigration, married a daughter of Daniel Clark, a London mci'chant of 
wealth. He died in 1777 or 1778. 

His son Humphrey (Generation XVII) was born in Pequea, Pennsyl- 
vania, about 1748, and died near Green Castle, Pennsylvania, about 1795. He 
was a surveyor, and in that capacity was an assistant in the survey of the boimd- 
ary line between Pennsylvania and "New York. He was a man of means and of 
good position. He married Martha Mitchell. 

His third son, Thomas Fullerton (Generation XVIII), was the father of 
Robert Stewart Fullerton. Thomas Fullerton was originally a merchant in 
Baltimore, Maryland, but being ill adapted to business, his tastes being scholarly, 
he removed to Ohio, where he lived on a farm belonging to his wife, Elizabeth 
Stuart, opening at the same time an academy at Bloomingburg, Ohio. His wife 
and several of his children dying soon after 182-4, during an epidemic of fever, 
he removed further West, married a second time, and died soon afterward. 

Robert Stewart Fullerton was taken into the family of his mother's brother, 
Archibald Stewart, by whom he was treated as a son. 

Elizabeth Stuart, the wife of Thomas Fullerton, was a daughter of Hugh 
Stuart, of Ilagerstown, Maryland. His home was called "Ringold Manor." He 
was a civil engineer. 

The spelling of the family name, which was originally "Stuart," was 
changed by Hugh Stuart's oldest son George to "Stewart." Since that time 
some of the family have used one .spelling, and some the other. 

Robert Stewart Fullerton was graduated from Marietta College, Ohio, and 
afterward from the Theological Seminary at Allegheny, Pennsylvania. 



GENERATION XIX. 105 

He and his wife sailed for India as missionaries of the Presbyterian church 
in August, 1852, to join the Furrukhabad Mission. Their home while they were 
in India was generally at Agra, and in Fatehgarh, a suburb of Furrukhabad. 

During the Indian mutiny in 1857, Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton were shut up 
for several months in the English fort at Agra, the three older children having 
been sent to a place of safety in the mountains. Agra held out successfully 
against the mutineers, but all the missionaries in Fatehgarh were killed. After 
the mutiny, ilr. Fullerton spent many months gathering together the scattered 
native christians and reorganizing the mission at Fatehgarh. During much of 
this time his whereabouts was unknown to his family, who did not even know 
that he was living. His health failed from the hardships of this life and from 
his long residence in India without furlough, and he was preparing to return 
to America when he died, October 4, 1805. 

He was an excellent linguist, and had a cheerful, sunny disposition, which 
much endeared him not only to the people of India, but also to the English 
officials and the civilians with whom he came in contact. 

His wife, with their children, returned to America after his death in a 
sailing ship bound for Boston, Massachusetts. After a long and tempestuous 
voyage, which lasted over four months they reached Boston to find that her 
sister Sarah Jane, Mrs. William S. King, on whose assistance she had greatly 
relied, had died during their voyage. She had another sister, Ann Eliza, Mrs. 
John Moore, living in Philadelphia, and this fact determined Mrs. Fullerton to 
make her home in that city, where she spent the rest of her life. Her undaunted 
courag'e and self-sacrifice enabled her, on limited means, to educate her children, 
and to prepare them for lives of usefulness. 

Susan Grier (XIX 58). Her husband, John Hatton Marsden, born Sep- 
tember 25, 1803, died August 27, 1882, was a clergyman of the Episcopal 
church. In his early life he was proprietor of a school at York Sulphur Springs, 
Pennsylvania. He was also a physician of the homoeopathic school of medicine. 

Smith F. Grier (XIX 61) was a clergyman of the Presbyterian church. 
He was born in Adams Co., Pennsylvania, was graduated from Jefferson Col- 
lege in 1839, and from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1842. He was for 
ten years pastor of Valley Presbyterian church, and was afterward pastor of 
New Cumberland Presbyterian church for forty years, till the time of his 
death. 

His first wife, Jane Connelly, was a daughter of Thomas and Nancy Con- 



l06 THE SMITH RECOPD. 

nelly, of Washington Co., Pennsylvania. She died at Canonsburg, January 30, 
1852. 

His second wife, Eveline Miller, was of Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. She 
died November, 1876. 

His third wife, Martha B. SnodgTass, was of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 
She died October 20, 1901. 

Laverty Grier (XIX 62) was a clei-gyman of the Presbyterian church. 
He was stationed in 1876 at Elm Grove, Forks of Wheeling, five miles from 
Wheeling, West Virginia. At a later time he lived near Cincinnati, Ohio. 

His wife, Margaret Jeffrey, was born February 25, 182S. 

Frances Ralston Grier (XIX 66). Her husband, Thomas Graham Hap- 
persett, born October 17, 1807, died February 17, 1853, was a son of Melchi 
Happersett, a flour merchant of Baltimore, Maryland, and his wife, Rebecca 
Graham, who were married April 28, 1803. 

After the death of her husband in Baltimore, she lived with her father, 
John Xathan Caldwell Grier, at Brandy^vine Manor. After his death, in 1880, 
she removed to Philadelphia. 

Eloisa Grier (XIX 67). Her husband, Richard Bowen Parke, born near 
Downingtown, Pennsylvania, August 29, 1810, died February 19, 1875, was a 
farmer, and of Quaker ancestry. He and his mother subsequently became mem- 
bers of the Brandywine Manor Presbyterian church. 

Ann Grier Parke (XIX 70). Her husband, Christopher Geiger, was de- 
scended from Anthony Geiger, who came from Germany and settled at what is 
now Gibraltar, Berks Co., Pennsylvania. He purchased a tract of land from 
Thomas and Richard Penn proprietaries, prior to 1750, which laud remained 
in the Geiger family for three generations. 

After the death of Ann Grier Parke, Christopher Geiger married Ann C. 
Bates, daughter of Rev. William Bates, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, by whom he 
had five childi-en. 

Christopher Geiger died October 28, 1S89. 

Xathau Grier Parke (XIX 72) was a clergyman of the Presbyterian 
church. He was graduated by Jefferson College, A.B. in 1840, and by Prince- 
ton Theological Seminary in 1844, and spent all his later years of service as 



GENERATION XIX. 107 

pastor of the Presbyterian church in Pittston, Pennsylvania. He was a man of 
fine abilities and of wide influence. 

His wife, Anne Elizabeth Gildersleeve, born September 25, 1822, died 
October 4, 1871, was a daughter of William Camp Gildersleeve and his wife, 
born ISTancy Spencer Eiggs, of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 

Joseph Maxwell Parke (XIX 73). His wife, Lucinda ISTeel, was born 
August 8, 1830. They were married in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by Eev. 
Samuel Parke, Joseph's father. 

Mary Ann Thompson (XIX 78). Her husband, James Jackson Worrall, 
born May 2, 3 822, died October 9, 190 :t. 

Nathan Grier Thompson (XIX 80) was a physician; a graduate, February 
28, 1852, of Jefferson College. He practiced medicine at Brandywine Manor 
for nearly forty years, when he removed to Coatesville, Pennsylvania, where he 
died suddenly of heart disease about four years after his removal. 

John Caldwell Thompson (XIX 81) was a clergyman of the Presbyterian 
church. He was born in Chester Co., Pennsylvania, was graduated A.B. by 
Lafayette College, and B.D. by Princeton Theological Seminary. He was or- 
dained a minister in 1859. He was a pastor in Natchez, Mississippi; in 
Smyrna, Delaware ; in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, and in Hagerstown, Maryland. 
In 1879 he was called to Philadelphia as pastor of the German Presbyterian 
church, and later became pastor of the Scots' Presbyterian church, and in 189C, 
associate pastor of Bethany church. In October, 1902, he took charge of the 
work of John Chambers' Memorial church, in which service he died. 

His wife, Julia Cogswell Berry, was of Blairsville, Pennsylvania, a daugh- 
ter of Dr. John M. Berry, of Concord, New Hampshire, and his wife, born Euth 
IJpham, of Eochester, New Hampshire. 

John Smith Eichards (XIX 83) was born near Joanna Furnace, where he 
lived until 1828, when he became an inmate of the house of his uncle, Judge 
William Darling. He received his education chiefly in the academy of which 
Eev. James F. Grier was principal. He had a taste for writing, and com- 
menced his contributions to the press when he was sixteen years of age. He was 
admitted to practice law in Berks county, April 4, 1837. In 1838 he became 
the editor of the Berls and Schuylkill Journal, which position he held till 1845. 
He was district attorney in 1849 and 1S50, and in 1851 was appointed Presi- 



108 THE SMITH RECORD. 

dent Judge of Berks county. In 1854 he was elected mayor of Eeading. Ho 
was one of the leading lawyers of his part of the State. 

Early in the year 1857 a friend going into Mr. Eichards' office in Reading 
found him very ill and delirious. His sister, Elizabeth, was summoned from 
her home in Columbia, Pennsylvania, to care for him, and a few days later, as 
his life was despaired of, his mother also came to Reading. For several weeks 
the two took care of him, but his mother sickened, and after a few daj's the 
sister became exhausted, and both mother and daughter died on the same day, 
April 25, 1857. 

Weeks afterward, wlien consciousness returned to the brother, he first 
learned that his mother and sister had sacrificed their lives for him. Upon his 
recovery he erected a monument over their remains in St. Mary's churchyard, 
Warwick township, Chester county, which bears the inscription : 

"Loving and loved, in life, in death but one. 
Death was to them immortal life begun ; 
They died a son's, a brother's life to save. 
All he can give — a stone to mark their grave." 

His first wife, Xancy O'Brien, was a daughter of Joseph O'Brien by his 
first wife, Nancy Darling, a sister of Judge William Darling. Joseph O'Brien 
afterward married Elizabeth Bull Smith (XVIII 34). Nancy O'Brien was a 
woman of great personal charm. She died May 27, 1843, and is buried in Lau- 
rel Hill cemetery, Philadelphia. 

John Smith Richards' second wife, Julia Van Ness Williams, was a daugh- 
ter of Dr. Cornelius Williams, of Hudson, New York, and Catalina Van Ness, 
of Dutchess Co., New York. She was born July 25, 1S27, and died May 23, 
1872. 

John Howard Smith (XIX 90) was born at Joanna Furnace. He was 
graduated A.B. at Kenyon College, Ohio, and studied medicine, and was gradu- 
ated M.D. by the University of Pennsylvania. He entered the United States 
Navy, made several cruises, and having had opportunity to observe many cases 
of yellow fever, he wrote a paper on that disease and was on his way home with 
the intention of publishing it. His vessel toiiching for supplies at Vera Cruz, 
Mexico, intelligence was brought that yellow fever was raging at Salraadina, 
and that several of the physicians in attendance at the hospital having died, help 
was urgently needed. He and his friend, Dr. Hastings, volunteered for service 
there, and both took the disease, of wliicli Dr. Smith died. His body was brought 



GENERATION XIX. 109 

home by Dr. Hastings, and was buried at St. Mary's church, Warwick to\vnship, 
Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 

Horace Smith (XIX Ul) was born at Joanna Furnace, was graduated, 
A.B., at Kenyon College, Ohio, read law in Reading, and removed to Pottsville, 
Pennsylvania, where he practiced law till 1850, when his health having failed, 
he obtained an appointment as consul to Oporto, Portugal. He returned to 
Eeading in the spring of 1852, and died there. He and his wife were both 
buried in Trinity churchyard, Pottsville, Pennsylvania. 

His wife, Anna Maria Nichols, born Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania, July 8, 
1822, died December 16, 1847, was a daughter of Francis Boude Nichols, a 
retired officer of the United States Army, and a coal operator in Schuylkill Co., 
Pennsylvania, and his wife, Anna Maria; and a granddaughter of William 
Nichols, and his wife, born Margaret Hillegas, who was a daughter of Michel 
Hillegas. 

Vincent Henry Smith (XIX 92) was educated for the law, but never prac- 
ticed his profession. He was a part owner of Joanna Furnace. 

John Smith Loeser (XIX 94) was badly injured in a railroad accident, 
but was so active in his efforts to relieve others who were hurt that his own con- 
dition was not noticed till he fell exhausted and dying. 

Thomas Smith Loeser (XIX 95) was a Captain of the Second Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteers in the Mexican war. His wife, Mary Hillegas Rheem, born 
August 28, 1817, died March 8, 1887, was a daughter of Jacob Rheem, and his 
wife, born Maria Hillegas. 

Elizabeth Stringer Loeser (XIX 96) was a woman of unusual personal 
beauty. 

Henry Darling (XIX 99) was graduated from Amherst College in 1842, 
and from Auburn Theological Seminary, CD. in 1845, and D.D., Union Col- 
lege, in 1860. He also received the degree of LL.D. from Lafayette and Hamil- 
ton Colleges in ISSl. He was a pastor of several Presbyterian churches in New 
York and Pennsylvania between 1846 and 1881. He was called, Seiitember 24, 
1881, to the Presidency of Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., where he finished 
his career. He held a high position in the Presbyterian church, whose reunion 



110 THE SMITH RECORD. 

in 1869 he was influential in bringing about, was a director of Union Theologi- 
cal Seminary, its chief divinity school from 1874 to 1881, and was the perma- 
nent clerk from 1854 to 1861 of its General Assembly, and its presiding officer 
or moderator in 1881. 

He was an able, earnest and successful pastor, was highly influential in the 
councils of the church, and in spite of delicate health, which often interfered 
with his activities, and which shortened his life, he accomplished many great 
works, and won honor and love from a wide circle. 

During his enforced retirement from pastoral duties on account of ill 
health, from 1861 to 1864, he was largely engaged in literary work, and wrote 
several books of devotion and of religious thought, which met with great ac- 
ceptance ; and during the Civil war he showed his devotion to his country's cause 
by his writings, and by his serxdee in connection with the United States Chris- 
tian Commission. 

His first wife, Julia Strong, was a daughter of Eev. William L. Strong. 
She died June 24, 1851. His second wife, Ophelia O. Wells, is a daughter of 
Richard I. Wells, of Hudson, IJf. Y., and his wife, born Ann Maria Olcott. 

Thomas Smith Darling (XIX 100) was a lawyer. 

Edward Payson Darling (XIX 103) was a leading and highly respected 
lawyer of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He was graduated, A.B., Amherst, 
1851, admitted to practice law at Eeading, 1853, removed to Wilkes-Barre, 
Pennsylvania, 1855, and was an ofiacer and trustee of several important corpo- 
rations and educational institutions of Wilkes-Barre. 

His wife, Emily Hollenback Ilutter, a daughter of Nathaniel Rutter, and 
his wife, born Mary Ann Cist, of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, was bom 
December 16, 1833, and died January 23, 1882. 

Elizabeth Smith Darling (XIX 105). Her husband, William Appleton 
Drown, Jr., born January 16, 1836, died December 21, 1890, was a son of 
William Appleton Drown, and his wife, born Mary E. Pierce, both of Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania. 

The Drowji family are descended from Leonard Drown, who, about 1670, 
emigrated from England to New England. William Appleton Drowm came in 
his youth from Portsmouth, Xew Hampshire, to Pliiladelphia, Pennsylvania. 
He entered the service of Erasmus Pierce, who h:id established a manufactory 
of umbrellas and parasols at Third and Market streets, Philadelphia. 



GENERATION XIX. Ill 

William A. Drown married the daughter of Erasmus Pierce, and succeeded 
to the business of his father-in-law, which he carried on till his own death. 
Subsequently the business was carried on by his son for a number of years, 
remaining in the family for a total of nearly one hundred years. It was for 
many years a commercial success, and the reputation of its manager for honor 
able and straightforward business methods was always high. 

William A. Drown, Jr., lived at Oak Lane after his marriage till 1867, 
when he removed to Weldon, ^Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania, which is still the 
home of his family. 

He was a graduate of the Central High School of Philadelphia, of the class 
of 1853. 

He was an active member of the Presbyterian church, being an elder of the 
Arch Street church, and one of the founders of the Carmel Presbyterian church 
at Edge Hill, Pennsylvania. 

John Vaughan Darling (XIX 109) was a lawyer of Willies-Barre, Penn- 
sylvania, a partner of his brother Edward. He was admitted to practice law at 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1865. His wife, Alice Mary McClintock, born 
January 31, 1848, died October 14, 1900, was a daughter of Andrew T. Mc- 
Clintock, a leading lawyer of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and his wife, born 
Augusta Bradley Cist, a sister of the mother of Mrs. Edward Payson Darling. 
They had no children. 

Annetta Smith O'Brien (XIX 111). Her husband, George F. Dunning, 
was of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She died in that city, and was buried at 
Laurel Hill cemetery. George E. Dunning is still living at Farmington, Con- 
necticut. 

Valeria Smith (XIX 115). Her husband, William Hiester Clymer, was 
born near Morganto^\Ti, Berks Co., Pennsylvania, October 9, 1820, died July 
26, 1883. He was a son of Edward Tilghman Clymer, and his wife, born Mar- 
garet Catharine Hiester. His grandfather, Colonel Daniel Clymer, was a brother 
of George Clymer, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. 
William H. Clymer was an ironmaster who, in partnership with his brothers, 
owned and managed the Oley and Mount Laurel furnaces. He was also the 
president of the Temple Iron Company. Upon the death of his father-in-law, 
Levi Bull Smith (XVIII 35), in 1876, he became the president of the First 
National Bank of Heading, Pennsylvania, which position he held during the 
rest of his life. 



112 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Elizabeth Frances Smith (XIX 116). Her husband, Ellis Jones Rich- 
ards, was a Presbyterian clergyman. He was born in England, in the valley 
of the Dee, near the to^vn of Llangollen in Wales. He came to America while 
still a boy. He was graduated by Princeton College, A.B., in 1834, having dis- 
tinguished himself during his college course by his literary taste and ability. 
He was graduated by Princeton Theological Seminary, B.D. in 1S38. He had 
charg-e for some years of the Western Presbyterian church of Philadelphia. 
He accepted, July, 1846, a call to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian church 
of Reading, Pennsylvania, and passed the rest of his life in that service, dying 
March 25, 1872. 

Bentley Howard Smith (XIX 117) was graduated, Amherst, 1851. He 
afterward became interested with his father in the management of Joanna 
furnace. He served in the United States Army during the Civil war, in which 
service he rose to the rank of Major of the Forty-second Regiment, Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteers. After the war he resumed his connection with the manage- 
ment of Joanna furnace in conjunction with his brother, Levi Heber Smith, 
which connection ended in 1876. He is a director of the Second National Bank 
of Reading, Pennsylvania. 

William Darling Smith (XIX 118). He and his brother, Horace 
Vaughan Smith (XIX 122) were associated in the management of Isabella 
furnace, in Warwick township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, which furnace be- 
longed to the family till it was sold in 1881 to Joseph D. Potts. 

William D. Smith was United States Deputy Collector of Customs in 
Pliiladelphia under Collectors A. P. Tutton and John F. Hartranft, from June 
5, 1876, to June 3, 1885. He is now president of the Reading Hospital and of 
the Cliildren's Home in Reading, Pennsylvania, and is identified with many of 
the financial and humanitarian interests of that city. 

Levi Heber Smith (XIX 119) was an ii'onmaster and owner of Joanna 
Furnace, where he lived. He was educated at Easthampton, Massachusetts, 
served in the United States Army during the Civil AVar, was appointed Captain 
128th Pennsylvania Vohmteers July 28, 1862, rose to be Lieutenant-Colonel 
of the same regiment, February 1, 1863, was taken prisoner at Chancellorsville, 
Virginia, in May, 1863, and was confined for a time in Libby Prison, Richmond, 
Virginia. He operated Joanna fiirnace after the Civil war during the rest of 
his life, having bought out, after the death of his father in 1876, the interests 



GENERATION XIX. 113 

of the other members of his family. His wife, E. Jennie Grubb, is the daughter 
of Clement Grubb, a wealthy ironmaster of Pennsylvania. 

Horace Vaughan Smith (XIX 122) was interested with his brother Wil- 
liam in the management of Isabella furnace. 

Thomas Stanley Smith (XIX 123) was a graduate of Amherst College, 
and of the Jefferson Medical School of Philadelphia, M.D., 1868. He after- 
ward continvied his medical studies in Berlin, Germany. He was for some years 
a practicing physician in Reading, Pennsylvania. 

Foxhall Parker Smith (XIX 125) was a lad of great promise. He died 
while at the United States Xaval School, which had been removed from Annapo- 
lis, Maryland, to Newport, Rhode Island, on account of the Civil war. 

Isabc41a Lowry Bowman (XIX 128) had no children. 

William Robert Bowman (XIX 132). His wife, Emma Maria Winne, 
died June 11, 1904. 

Sherborne Smith Kennedy (XIX 133) commenced his business life as a 
varnisher in the cabinet makers' shop and furniture store of Thomas Porter 
Sherburne, brother of his mother, Ann Maria Sherburne, on the north side of 
Walnut street, above Fourth street, Philadelphia. 

He remained there for some years and then became interested in city poli- 
tics. At a later time he burned lime which he shipped by boat from Chestnut 
street wharf, on the Schuylkill river, Philadelphia. 

Samuel William Kennedy (XIX 134) was originally in the saddlery busi- 
ness, then became a trunk maker, having a shop under the Merchants' Hotel, on 
the west side of Fourth street below Arch street, Philadelphia. 

He later became a plumber and gas fitter. He lost his life by being 
crushed between cars on the Pennsylvania railroad at Bryn Mawr station. 

His wife, Catharine Abercrombie Ridgway, born September 27, 1827, died 
March 22, 1899, was of Quaker parentage. Before her marriage she was a 
teacher, and in her later life she was a Quaker preacher. 

Her parents were Richard Shrieve Ridgway, of Burlington, New Jersey, 
born 1793, died August 8, ISGO, and his wife, born Mary Ann Winkler, of 
Philadelphia, February 1797, died October 3, 1866. 



114 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Joseph Smith Kennedy (XIX 135) was in his early life a cabinet maker. 
He was later for some years in the service of Wanamaker & Brown as a clothing 
cutter. He was one of the organizers of the society known as the Knights of 
Labor and he gave to its interests ever after a loyal and earnest support. He 
labored to make it use arbitration to settle workmen's disputes with their em- 
ployers, and when it became committed to a policy of strikes he resigned from 
its councils. 

His wife, Elizabeth Marqiiette Peltz, born October 12, 1831, died Novem- 
ber 25, 1901, was a daughter of Alexander Michael Peltz, born, Washington, 
District Columbia, 1807, and his wife, born Susan Polston Savage, of Phila- 
delphia, July 4, 1806, died September 30, 1871. Alexander Michael Peltz was 
a lawyer of Philadelphia, and was at one time one of the editors of the United 
States Gazette. 

He was a member of the Pennsylvania Senate at the time of his death. 
On one occasion he was expected to address the Senate, but in order to reach the 
Capitol in time he was obliged to walk several miles at a rapid rate. He was 
not a robust man, and the overexertion brought on pneumonia, of which he 
died April 5, 1838. 

He was married December 29, 1830. His wife's father and grandfather 
were printers and publishers in Second street above Chestniit street, Philadel- 
phia. She was born July -i, 1806, and died September 30, 1871. 

Susan Anna Kennedy (XIX 137). Her husband, John Beamish Powell, 
is of Welsh origin. He was born September 6, 1829, and was a jeweler doing 
business on Eighth street above Market street, Philadelphia, for a number of 



Alfred Coleman (XIX 142) died of yellow fever in Xew Orleans, 
Louisiana. 

Elizabeth Ann Coleman (XIX 144). Her husband, William Mitchell, 
was of Parkesburg, Pennsj'lvania. He had a toy store on Eighth street above 
Market street, Philadelphia. 

David Parker (XIX 148) was a clerk on a steamboat plying on the Mis- 
sissippi river. The steamboat was bunied and he lost liis life by drowning. 

George Parker (XIX 150) was killed by the explosion of a box of per- 
cussion caps on which he was nailing the lid. The building in which he was 



GENERATION XIX. 115 

working at the time, which was on Third street, near Race street, Philadelphia, 
was wrecked by the explosion. 

Frank Parker (XIX 152) was a clerk in a hardware store in Philadelphia. 

Howard Correy (XIX 155) was a surveyor. He died of consumption. 

George Correy (XIX 156) entered the University of Pennsylvania in the 
class of 1844, and left at the end of his Freshman year. He died of consump- 
tion. 

Howard Smith (XIX 158) was horn in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was 
prepared for college by private tutors, and was graduated from Yale College in 
1844. He received the degree of M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania 
in 1847. He engaged in the practice of medicine in his native city, and in 
1848 and 1849 had charge of the United States Marine Hospital there, by ap- 
pointment of President Polk. He was for several years prior to the Civil war 
professor of materia medica in the Xew Orleans School of Medicine, which post 
he relinquished to become Brigade Surgeon under General Mansfield Lovell, 
C. S. A., with headquarters at Corinth, Mississippi. He was afterward Medical 
Purveyor of the Trans-Mississippi Department under General Kirby Smith, 
C. S. A. 

He returned to the practice of medicine in New Orleans in 1865, and to 
his medical professorship, which position he retained till the New Orleans 
School of Medicine was absorbed by the University of Louisiana. 

About three years previous to his death he was appointed by the State 
Board of Health as a yellow fever expert, in which capacity he visited each sum- 
mer the Belize, British Honduras. 

His wife, Frances H. Alexander, born March 6, 1829, was a daughter of 
Gerard and Elizabeth Alexander, of Mead Co., Kentucky. 

Susan Gardiner Littell (XIX 160) for a number of years, from her 
father's death in 1870, till the death of her brother Robert in 1896, was asso- 
ciated with Robert in editing and publishing Littell's Living Age. She has been 
at the head of her brother's household since the death of his wife in 1873. 

Robert Smith Littell (XIX 161) was in early life an assistant to his father 
in the ofiice of The Living Age, and after his father's death he and his sister 
Susan continued the publication. In the early years of the war he held a clerical 



116 THE SMITH RECORD. 

position in one of the departments at Washington, District Columbia, and 
he was later, for a number of years, the treasurer of several of the large cotton 
manufacturing corporations of New England, besides being one of the proprie- 
tors and publishers of The Living Age. 

His wife, Harriet A. Moody, died January 2, 1873. 

Emma Parry Smith (XIX 169). Her first husband, Thomas P. Spar- 
hawk, was a merchant of Philadelphia, a man of very high character, and an 
elder in the Presbyterian church. He died of consumption November 4, 1858. 

Her second husband, John Gilchrist Parr, born December 9, 1823, died 
August 31, 1881, was an ofiicer during the Civil war, from which service he re- 
tired with the rank of Colonel. He lost an arm in the service, and its amputa- 
tion left some i)ermanent injury to his nervous system from which he suffered 
during the rest of his life, though he was not thereby incapacitated from busi- 
ness. For several years before his death he was Prothonotary of Armstrong 
Co., Pennsylvania. He died in 1881. 

Beaton Smith (XIX 171) is a civil and mining engineer. He was en- 
gaged in mining engineering in the Schuylkill coal region of Pennsylvania from 
1857 to April, 1861, when he entered the military service as First Lieutenant 
Eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers, and rose to the rank of Captain. He remained 
in the service till the close of the war, being attached during the later years of 
the war to the Quartermaster's Department. He was afterward engaged in 
mining engineering in the Schuylkill coal region, and in railroad engineering in 
southern Pennsylvania, and in Kansas and Mexico. He is now a resident of 
Vineland, New Jersey. 

Henry Stephen Slaymaker (XIX 174). His wife, Fidelia Montgomery, 
born January 1, 1835, died January 21, 1887, was a daughter of John R. Mont- 
gomery, and his wife, born Maria Eicgart. 

Henry Stephen Slaymaker is connected with the firm of Sprague, Warner 
& Company, Chicago, 111. He lived in Davenport, Iowa, from 1855 to 1865, 
and since then in Evanston^ Illinois. 

Jonathan Smith Slaymaker (XIX 175) was a civil engineer. He entered 
the service of the United States during the Civil war, where he approved himself 
a brave and able officer. He reached the position of Captain in the Second Regi- 
ment of Iowa Volunteers, and was killed while leading his company in a gallant 



GENERATION XIX. 117 

charge at Fort Donelson, Tennessee, a ball severing the main artery of his thigh 
as he mounted the ramparts. 

Robert Samuel Slaymaker (XIX 177) entered the miltary service in the 
Civil war, and rose to the rank of First Lieutenant of Company H, Eighty- 
seventh Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was a surveyor by profession. 
He filled the offices of Register of Wills and Recorder of Deeds and Clerk of the 
Orphans' Court of Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania, from 1891 to 1897. His 
death was caused by apoplexy. 

His first wife, Cassandra Jane Oswald, was a daiighter of Rev. Jonathan 
Oswald, of York Co., Pennsylvania. 

His second wife, Elizabeth Kuhns Bowman, is a daughter of Philip Kuhns 
Bowman, of Kittanning, Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Nancy Robinson. 

Persifor Frazer Smith Slaymaker (XIX 178) was, iintil a short time be- 
fore his death, a hardware merchant of Elmira, New York. 

His wife, Harriet Smith Aertson, was his cousin (XIX 169). They had 
no children. 

Mary Anna Smith Aertsen (XIX 180). Her husband, Henry R. Mcin- 
tosh, who died June, 1902, was treasurer and custodian of Mount Auburn 
cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts. They had no children. 

Harriet Smith Aertsen (XIX 18.3). (See Persifor Frazer Smith Slay- 
maker XIX 178). 

Edith Romeyn Aertsen (XIX 185). Her husband, William Darrach, son 
of Dr. William Darrach, and his wife, born Margaretta Monroe, was a physician 
of Germantown, Pennsylvania. He was born August 22, 1839, and died Janu- 
ary 28, 1881. 

Margaretta Correy Aertsen (XIX 186). Her husband, Francis Rawle, 
a lawyer of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, born August 7, 1846, is a son of Fran- 
cis William Rawle, and his wife, born Louisa Hall. 

He was graduated by Harvard University, A.B. 1869 ; LL.B. 1871, ad- 
mitted to practice law 1871, overseer of Harvard University from 1890 to 1902, 
treasurer American Bar Association, 1878 to 1902, and president, 1902-1903. 

Ouilliaem Aertsen (XIX 187) was educated at Racine College, Wisconsin. 
He was for a number of years in the service of the Midvale Steel Company, 



118 THE SMITH RECORD. 

at Nicetown, Philadelphia, and is now general manager of the Latrobe Steel 
Company, whose works are at Latrobe, Pennsylvania. 

His wife, Edith Price, is a daughter of Warwick Price, and his wife, born 
Rosalie Beulah Farmer. 

Jonathan Smith (XIX 188) was in the army during the Civil war. He 
returned home invalided, and died soon after from disease contracted while in 
the service. 

Jonathan Vaughan Smith Christy (XIX 205). His wife, Adaline A. 
Applegate, was born February 4, 1829. 

WiUiam Penn Christy (XIX 206) had no children. 

Robert Smith Christy (XIX 207). His wife, Susan E. Shriver, was born 
September 16, 1834, and died March 6, 1891. 

Joseph Lyman Houtz Christy (XIX 210). His wife, Hannah Jennie 
Myers, was born September 29, 1862. 

James Patriot Wilson Riley (XIX 211) was a merchant and coal oi^erator, 
living for some years at Scranton, Pennsylvania, and at the close of his life at 
Centralia, Pennsylvania. 

His wife, Kate Crauford, born September 13, 1835, died February 26, 
1904, was a daughter of John Crauford, of England. 

Isaac Riley (XIX 212) was a graduate of Yale, A.B. 1858, and of Union 
Theological Seminary, B.D. 1861. He was a Presbyterian clergyman, and at 
the time of his death was pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church of 
Buffalo, New York. He died of pneumonia. 

His wife, Catharine Antoinette Southmayd Parker, born December 2, 
1838, is a daughter of Joel Parker, D.D., a Presbyterian clergyman of Xew 
York, and his wife, born Harriet Phelps. 

Julia Rogers Riley (XIX 213). Her husband, Benjamin Johnson Doug- 
las, born August 17, 1825, died May 8, 1901, was an Episcopal clergyman, a 
graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, A.B. 1845. He was stationed in 
Georgetown, Delaware, from 1871 to 1884. He removed to Philadelphia and 
continued to discharge parochial duties till his death. His parents were Jacob 
Morgan Douglas, and his wife, born Sarah Anne Johnson. 



GENERATION XIX. 119 

Elizabeth Wright Riley (XIX 214). Her husband, Daniel DeForest 
Lord, born April 19, 1839, died November 7, 1894, was a leading lawyer of 
New York City. His parents \vere Daniel Lord, and his wife, born Susan De- 
Forest, a daughter of Lockwood DeForest, of New York. 

Stephen Harris (XIX 215) was educated, first, in Chester Valley, Penn- 
sylvania, and after the removal of his father to Philadelphia in April, 1850, he 
entered the Central High School in September, 1850, passing an examination 
which placed him at the head of a class of over 140 boys. His progress was so 
satisfactory that he was twice promoted into the next class above his own, and 
was graduated in June, 1853, with the degree of A.B., being one of a very few 
who ever finished the four years' course at the Central High School in three 
years. He was generally at or very near the head of his class during his whole 
course, though he was graduated without rank, as he was ill of typhoid fever at 
the time the class finished its work. 

He entered at once the service of the United States Coast Survey, in which 
he remained seven years, rising to the rank of sub-assistant. His work was 
mostly on the coast of Maine in summer, and on the coast of Florida, Mississippi 
or Louisiana in the winter. He rendered valuable service and was highly 
thought of in the service, but he desired a more settled life, and in 1860 he estab- 
lished himself as a civil and mining engineer in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, where 
he spent his remaining years. 

He and his brother Joseph formed, in 1860, a partnership which lasted till 
Stephen's death, though Joseph did not permanently join him in Pottsville till 
1864. The engineering practice became at once a remimerative one, and his 
services were held in high estimation by a wide range of clients. 

In 1864 he was appointed the agent and engineer of the City of Phila- 
delphia, in which capacity he had charge of the very valuable coal estate left to 
the city by Stephen Girard in 1S31. This property he developed and made 
very remunerative. 

A long career of usefulness seemed to have opened before him, but it was 
destined to come to a tragic close. On the morning of the 10th of March, 1874, 
he went to inspect some mining work that was being done on the Broad Moun- 
tain lands, about nine miles from his home. The day was cold and there was 
a furious snow storm raging on the mountain, which seems to have prevented his 
seeing or hearing perfectly. In some unknoAvn way he was struck by a coal 
train which was backing up the Broad Mountain and Mahoney Railroad, and 
was instantly killed. 

He was a man of unusual gifts, an able mathematician, an untiring student, 



120 THE SMITH BECOKD, 

and a man of great reasoning power and of wide influence. He was an earnest, 
devoted and iisefiil Christian man, and combined in a degree rarely seen the 
abilities of a successful man of business and the deep and true family affections 
with devoted and self-sacrificing piety. 

His wife, Catharine McArthur, born January 7, 1837, was a daughter of 
John ]\lcArthur, and his wife, born Elizabeth Wilson, of Philadelphia. Mr. 
McArthur was an architect and builder of Scottish birth, and an elder in the 
Tenth Presbyterian church of Philadelphia. 



Joseph Smith Harris (XIX 216) had a career which, during his school 
life, ran closely parallel to that of his brother Stephen, entering the Central 
High School with him, and being graduated with him, and holding, like him, the 
highest places in his class. 

Upon leaving school in 1853 he entered the service of the North Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad Company, in which he rose to the rank of topographer. On 
leaving this work upon the completion of the surveys in which he was engaged, 
he entered, in the fall of 1854, the service of the United States Government, in 
which he remained nearly ten years. He served for about two years in the Coast 
Survey in Mississippi Sound, spent the season of 1850 in Kentucky, running a 
base line for the Kentucky Geological Survey, and in 1857 was appointed one 
of the astronomers of the Northwest Boundary Survey. He remained nearly 
five years on the extreme northwestern frontier of the United States, in what are 
now the States of Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. In the season of 
1862 he was, at first, the first officer, and later was in command of the United 
States steamer "Sachem," on duty with Farragut's fleet in the Mississippi. 

Leaving the service of the United States Government in 1864 he removed 
to Pottsville, Pennsylvania, joining there his brother Stephen in business. He 
was engaged there in civil and mining engineering for a number of years until 
he was called to New York, in 1880, as general manager of the Central Railroad 
of New Jersey. In 1882 he was elected president of the Lehigh Coal and Navi- 
gation Company and removed to Philadelphia. In 1893 he was appointed the 
managing receiver, and elected the president of The Philadelphia and Reading 
Railroad Company and The Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company. 
He held these presidencies till his retirement in 1901. Under his administra- 
tion the Reading Company, which, under the reorganization of the two com- 
panies above named, became the owner of their capital stock, was able to resume, 
in 1900, the payment of dividends which had been intermitted since 1876. 



GENERATION XIX. 121 

In June, 1903, he was given the degree of "Doctor of Science" by Franldin 
and Marshall College. 

His first wife, and the mother of all his children, Delia Silliman Brodhead, 
born January 20, 1842, died August 19, 1880, was the second daughter of 
George Hamilton Brodhead, of New York, for many years secretary of the New 
York Stock Exchange, and later its vice-president and president, and his wife, 
born Julia Ann Phelps. 

Plis second wife, Emily Eliza Potts, born July 14, 1843, and died 
December 29, 1890, was a daughter of George Henry Potts, president of the 
National Park Bank, New York, and his wife, born Emily Dilworth Gumming. 

His third wife, Anna Zelia Potts, was born June 11, 1850. 

Martha Frazer Harris (XIX 217). Her husband, Henry Chester Parry, 
born Jime 17, 1839, died November 7, 1893, was a physician, a graduate of the 
medical school of the University of Pennsylvania. He was, during the Civil 
war, and for some years later, a surgeon in the United States Army. After his 
marriage he commenced the private practice of medicine in Brooklyn, New 
York, and in 1874 removed to Pottsville, Pennsylvania. After his death, which 
occurred November 7, 1893, his widow removed, in 1897, to Augusta, Georgia, 
where she now lives. 



John Campbell Harris (XIX 218) was educated at the Central High 
School of Philadelphia, and studied law afterward with his mother's brother, 
P. Frazer Smith (XVIII 65) in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and with James 
M. Carlisle in Washington, District Columbia, where he was admitted to the 
practice of the law. 

In 1860 he was appointed clerk to the commandant of the United States 
!Marine Corps by his imcle. Colonel John Harris, and November 25, 1861, he 
was commissioned a second lieutenant in that corps. He served throughout the 
Civil M-ar ; was brevetted first lieutenant for "gallant and meritorious services at 
the attack on Forts Jackson and St. Philip, April 24, 1862," was commissioned 
first lieutenant February 16, 1864, and remained in the service until July 31, 
1869, when he resigned and engaged in manufactxiring business in Philadelphia. 
He retired from active business pursuits in 1879. 

His wife, ilary Powers, born October 30, 1845, is the only daughter of 
Thomas H. Powers, senior partner of the firm of Powers & Weightman, manu- 
facturing chemists of Philadelphia, and his wife, born Anna Cash. 



122 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Frazer Harris (XIX 219) was a lad of great promise and decided artistic 
ability. He died suddenly, before his ediication was completed, from a malig- 
nant pnstnle in his face, whicli ended his life a few days after its appearance. 

Mary Campbell Harris (XIX 220) died of consumption in her early wom- 
anhood. 

Rebecca Darlington Smith (XIX 224). Her husband, Eobert Emmet 
Monaghan, born West Fallowfield township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, July 
24, 1S22, died June 29, 1895, was a son of James Monaghan, a farmer, born, 
Ireland, 1780, emigrated 1799, died October, 1841, and his wife, born Catharine 
Streeper. He had been concerned in the political movement in Ireland which 
M-as led by Eobert Emmet ; upon its failure he emigrated to America. 

Robert Emmet Monaghan studied law with Hamilton Aldricks of Harris- 
burg, and was admitted to practice law April 20, 1848. He was a lawyer of 
prominence in his profession, and of influence in political life, being one of the 
leaders of the conservative wing of the Democratic party of Pennsylvania. He 
was a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1853. In early life he was 
in the service of the Pennsylvania Board of Canal Commissioners and had 
charge of the collector's office at Liverpool, Perry Co., Pennsylvania. 

George Eairlamb Smith (XIX 228) was a graduate of Yale, A.B. 1858. 
He studied law in his father's office, and was admitted to practice October 31, 
1864. 

In 1861 he enlisted in the United States Army under the call for 75,000 
volunteers for three months' service, being the first man to enlist in Chester 
coimty. In this body of men he was a Captain in Company B of the Forty- 
ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volimteers. After the expiration of his term of 
service, he reentered the army as Major of the Sixty-first Regiment of Pennsyl- 
vania Volunteers. He was wounded and made prisoner at the battle of Fair 
Oaks, May 31, 18G2, and was held a prisoner till September 10, 1862. He suc- 
ceeded to the command of his regiment at the battle of Fair Oaks, both of his 
superior officers being killed, and he took command upon his release in Sep- 
tember, 1862. At the battle of Spottsylvania, May 12, 1864, he was twice 
■wounded, the last time severely under the knee, while fighting in that part of 
the front line which was called "the angle of death." He retired from the army 
May, 1865, with the rank of Colonel of the Sixty-fii'st Regiment, Pennsylvania 
Volunteers. 



GENERATION XIX. 1Z6 

After the war he was associated with his father in the practice of law in 
West Chester, Pennsylvania. He was District Attorney of Chester county 
from 1870 to 1872, and a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1875 and 
1876. 

His wife, Ann E. Hickman, is a daughter of Wellington Hickman, and his 
wife, born Jane Osborne, of Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 

Lydia Valentine Smith (XIX 229) was, for a number of years, a teacher 
in Philadelphia. At the time of her death, which was caused by apoplexy, she 
was mistress of Merion Hall, Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania. 

Martha Frazer Smith (XIX 231) was, at the time of her death, associated 
in teaching with her sister Lydia. 

Persifor Frazer Smith (XIX 234) was educated at Wyers' Military Acad- 
eii'y. West Chester, Pennsylvania, entered the service of the Pennsylvania Kail- 
road Company as rodman, April, 1865, and remained in this service till April, 
1880, by which time he had reached the position of superintendent of the Bed- 
ford Division. From that date till May, 1900, he was president of the Wells- 
ville Plate and Sheet Iron Company, Wellsville, Ohio. Since then and to the 
present time he has been manager of the W. Dewees Wood Department of the 
American Sheet Steel Company, which company, since January 1, 190-t, has 
been known as the American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. 

His wife, Laura Gilpin Wood, is a daughter of W. Dewees Wood, and his 
wife, born Eosalind Howe Gilpin, of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and a grand- 
daughter on her father's side of Alan Wood, of Philadelphia, and his wife, born 
Ann Hunter Dewees. On her mother's side her grandparents are Richard Gil- 
pin, and his wife, born Ann Porter, of Wilmington, Delaware. 

Frances Bureau Smith (XIX 237) was, at the time of her death, asso- 
ciated with her sister Lydia in teaching. They had a school on Chestnut street, 
above Eighteenth street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Emma Vaughan Smith (XIX 239) was born at Princess Anne, Somerset 
Co., Maryland. 

Her husband, William Riley Tall, born March 14, 1836, was a son of Wil- 
liam R. Tall, and his wife, born Margaret Ann Phillips. 

Her home since 1889 has been in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Benjamin Sheppard Smith (XIX 241) was born in East N"ew Market, 
Dorchester Co., Maryland, and died at Cambridge, Maryland. 



124 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Persifor Frazer Smith (XIX 242) was born at Fairmount, Somerset Co., 
Maryland, and died at Princess Anne, Somerset Co., Maryland. 

Henry Houston Smith (XIX 243) was born at Salisbury, Maryland. At 
the time of his death, being in the passenger service of the Pennsylvania Kail- 
road, he was crushed between two cars and killed at Logan Station, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

May Webb Smith (XIX 244) was born at Princess Anne, Somerset Co., 
Maryland. Her husband, Otho Davidson Bryan, born February 28, 1854, died 
September 7, 1896, was a son of William Wrightson Bryan, and his wife, born 
Fanny Price. Since his death his widow has lived in Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 



Beaton Smith (XIX 245) was born at Princess Anne, Somerset Co., Mary- 
land. He is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. His wife. 
Amy Bertha Gutherie, is a daughter of Jones Gutherie, and his wife, born 
Hannah M. Lowery. 

Benjamin Sheppard Smith (XIX 246) was born at Rockawalking, near 
Salisbury, Maryland. At the age of seven, when playing around a railroad 
turntable at Seaford, Delaware, his left leg was crushed, and was soon after- 
ward amputated. He Avas until 1903 in the service of railroad and steamboat 
companies; is now in the Wilmington office of Jacob Berry & Company, bankers 
and brokers, of ~New York City. 

His wife, Anna !Nebeker Stroud, is a daughter of Edward T. Stroud, and 
his wife, born Martha J. Jackson. 

Joseph Smith (XIX 247) was born at Grove, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 
He is in the service of the Delaware Electric Supply Company at Wilmington, 
Delaware. 

Annie Vernon Smith (XIX 248) was born in Philadelphia. Her husband, 
Benjamin Franklin Harrington, born March 21, 1859, is a son of Nimrod and 
Ann E. Harrington. He is a passenger conductor in the service of the Penn- 
sylvania Railroad Company. 

Henrietta Fleming Smith (XIX 249). Her husband, William Steele 
Boyd, was born in Dan-\alle, Montour Co., Pennsylvania, June 13, 1825. He 



GENERATION XIX. 125 

lived for some years at Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, removed to Parsons, Penn- 
sylvania, whence he removed to Serantou, Pennsylvania, about 1872, where he 
has lived since. He was for a number of years superintendent of the O. S. 
Johnson coal mine, in Dunmore, Pennsylvania. 

William Steel Boyd's parents were William Boyd, born on a farm near 
Coehranville, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, February 12, 17S9, and his wife, born 
Eli/a Steele, a daughter of General Steele, born Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, 
January 18, 1790, married Jime 11, 1812, and died at her home in Havre de 
Grace, Maryland, March 28, 1846. William Boyd, who was superintendent of 
the Tidewater Canal Company, was killed near Havre de Grace, April 1, 1841, 
by being thrown from his horse while attending to his duties as superintendent. 

James Herr Smith (XIX 251). His early business training was in mer- 
cantile business in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, with his uncle, James Pleming 
Smith (XVIII 70), and afterward in Philadelphia. He was for a time during 
the Civil war in the clerical service of the War Department. He was clerk of 
the Town Council, and Assistant Provost Marshal when Wrightsville was cap- 
tured by the Confederate Army imder General John B. Gordon, June 28, 1863. 

From 1S71 he had chai-ge for several years of the interests in Georgia and 
Florida of a Xew York firm engaged in the real estate and lumber business. 

From 1877 to 1895 he was cashier of a national bank in Brunswick, Geor- 
gia. He returned to Wrightsville in 1899, and has since lived there. 

He was ordained an elder of the Presbyterian church of Brunswick, Ga., 
in 1874. 

His wife, Caroline Dickenson Ebernz, was a daughter of William and Mary 
Eberiiz, of Tioga Co., Pennsylvania. 

John Futhey Smith (XIX 252). His wife, Mary McFetrich, was a daugh- 
ter of John H. and Jane McFetrich, of Philadelphia. 

Robert Wirt Smith (XIX 253) was killed during the Civil war. He was 
wounded in the leg at the second battle of Bull Run, Virginia, and died at 
Washington, D. C. He was at the time of his death Lieutenant and Adjutant of 
the Fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Reserves. 

Calvin Grier Smith (XIX 254). His wife, Sarah Anna Kauffelt, was a 
daughter of Henry G. Kauffelt, of York, Pennsylvania. 

Martha Herr Smith (XIX 255). Her husband, Frank J. Magee, born 
December 8, 1837, and died April 8, 1899, entered the United States service 



126 THE SMITH RECORD. 

during the Civil war as a Second Lieutenant of the Seventy-sixth Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Volunteers, August 21, 1861. He rose to the rank of Acting 
Ordnance Officer of the first division of Tenth Army Corps -with the rank of 
Captain, and was mustered out of service November 28, 1864. He saw very 
active duty and was in many battles in Virginia and in the southern Atlantic 
States. He joined the National Guard of Pennsylvania after the Civil war, and 
rose in the service till, at the time of his death, April 8, 1'399, he was a Brigadier 
General in command of the Third Brigade. 

He volunteered for duty in the Spanish war in 1898, but his physical 
condition prevented his appointment^ 

He held many positions in the civil service of his native state, was a Justice 
of Peace, from 1872 to 1899, a member of the House of Eepresentatives in 1871 
and 1872, Superintendent of the Pennsylvania Soldiers' Orphans School at 
Scotland, Pennsylvania, and was an officer of the Pennsylvania Department of 
the Grand Army of the Republic, its inspector in 1887, and its commander iu 
1888. 

He was president of the Wrightsville Hardware Company from 1880 to 
1899, and was a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity. He was grad- 
uated by Georgetown College, Washington, D. C, in 1858, and took the first 
honors in mathematics. 

He was a son of James H. Magee, and Rosanna, his wife, of Wrightsville, 
Pennsylvania. 

Charles Persifor Smith (XIX 257) was born in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. 
He removed to Plymouth, Pennsylvania, and entered the service of the Dela- 
ware and Hudson Coal Company about 1868. In 1870 he removed to Parsons, 
Pennsylvania, and was there engaged in the service of J. R. Davis of Scranton, 
until 1876, when he removed to West Pittston, Pennsylvania, where he re- 
mained connected with the Lehigh Valley Coal Company till his death. 

His wife, Hannah Gertrude Kern, born February 12, 1852, is a daughter 
of John Xern of Plymoiitli, Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Sophia Kricg. 
She was graduated by the Lewisburg Female Institute, of Lewisburg, Pennsyl- 
vania, in 1869. 

John Kern, born January 10, 1821, died October 31, 1885, was of Dutch 
descent. His mother, Elsie Barnes, was of a New Jersey family, one of her 
ancestors named Phillips having given its name to Phillipsburg, New Jersey. 

John Kern's wife, Sophia Krieg, was born January 20, 1820, in German- 
town, Pennsylvania, and died in Plymouth, Pennsylvania, February 26, 1901. 



GENERATION XIX. 127 

Her father was a native of Wvirtemburg, who came to America before his twenty- 
first birthday to avoid military conscription. His father held a position in the 
service of the Kingdom of Wurtemburg. 

Howard Persifor Smith (XIX 258). His wife, Margie Baumgardner, was 
a daughter of Thomas Baumgardner, of Lancaster, Pennsjdvania. After the 
death of Howard Persifor Smith she married "William Hey^vard Jenkins. 

Ambrose Cephas Smith (XIX 260) is a Presbyterian clergyman; a grad- 
uate of Princeton University. He was at one time president of Parsons College, 
Fairfield, Iowa, and is now pastor of a church at Negaunee, Michigan. 

His wife, Hannah L. Slaymaker, is a daughter of Amos Henderson Slay- 
maker, of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. 

Silas Melancthon Smith (XIX 261) volimteered when less than eighteen 
years old to enlist under the first call for troops during the Civil war, and was 
made a Sergeant. At the night attack on Fort Wagner, Morris Island, South 
Carolina, he fell wounded while charging at the head of his regiment, July 11, 
1863. He was taken prisoner, and died at Columbia, South Carolina, from the 
effect of the amputation of his left leg. lie was buried in the cemetery there, 
but his grave was not marked and could never be identified. He made, though so 
young, a fine record for all soldierly qualities of character. 

John Isaac Smith ( XIX 262 ). His wife, Mary Elizabeth McConkey, born 
September 10, 1847, is a daughter of William McConkey, and his wife, boru 
Susan R. Silver, of Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. 

They had no children. 

Henry S. Cochran (XIX 263) entered the United States service in the 
Philadelphia Mint, April 14, 1850. In 1852 he detected his superior officer 
Negus in peculation. Negus was dismissed, and Cochran was made chief 
weigher, a position which he held for forty-one years. 

Stephen A. Cochran (XIX 264) was an engraver in early life. 

Jane Ann Cochran (XIX 265). Her husband, Gilbert Coombs, foimded, 
and for thirty years conducted the Spring Garden Institute of Philadelphia, 
a superior school for girls. It was largely patronized and had at times 100 to 
130 pupils. He died March 11, 1872. 



128 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Annie S. Carson (XIX 266) is a clerk in one of the United States offices in 
Washington, D. C. 

Susan Wilson (XIX 268). Her husband, John Wilson, was her cousin. 

Jane Eliza Magraw (XIX 269). Her husband, Thomas J. Huggins, was 
bom February 14, 1829. 

Eebecca Ann Magraw (XIX 270). Her husband, Galloway, is a physi- 
cian. 

Eobert Magraw (XIX 273). His wife, Mary ]\Iilliron Nussear, bom 
January 6, 1845, died December 4, 1881. 

TiCvi Maxwell (XIX 278) was born near Clarksburg, West Virginia. Of 
the seven children bom to him and his wife, who was born Lucena Page, three 
died in infancy. He left his parents' home at the age of sixteen, removed to 
Newark, Ohio, where he lived for ten years, whence he removed, in 1846, to 
Cardington, Ohio, where he spent the rest of his life. His last twenty years he 
lived with his daughter (Ella), Mrs. C. S. Hook. 

Abner M. Maxwell (XIX 284) born in Harrison Co., West Virginia, re- 
moved to Doddridge county in 1845, where he taught school for two terms. He 
afterward settled on a farm, when he married, and has since lived there. 

James Maxwell (XIX 285). His first wife, born Abigail Ann Osborne, 
died September 25, 1866. His second wife, l)orn Priscilla Doak, died September 
13, 1870. By her he had no ehildreu. 

Edwin Maxwell (XIX 288) was originally a carpenter. He afterward 
studied law. He was elected to the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia 
in 1863, and was the Republican nominee for Governor of that state in 1884. He 
was elected to the State Senate in 1866, and several times afterward. He was 
serving in that body at the time of his death in Charleston, West Virginia, of 
pneumonia. 

John Maxwell (XIX 289) was a civil engineer and architect. He assisted 
in the surveys of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad between Grafton and Park- 
ersburg, West Virginia, and he designed the Upshur county court house at Buck- 
hannou. West Virginia. He died in Doddridge county of brain fever. 



GENERATION XIX. 129 

Eufus Maxwell (XIX 290) was a lawyer in his early life, but was not en- 
gaged in the practice of law subsequent to the Civil war. He was a Justice of 
the Peace in Lewis Co., West Virginia. He removed thence to Tucker Co., West 
Virginia, in 1856, where he was successively elected to the offices of District At- 
torney in 1856, Superintendent of Schools, to the Legislature, and to (he office 
of County Surveyor. 

He still lives on his farm in Tucker Co., West Virginia. 

His wife, Sarah Jane Bonnifield, born Horseshoe Run, West Virginia, 
July 14, 1834, died February 16, 1897, at Denver, Colorado, was a daughter of 
Arnold Bonnifield, and his wife, born Elizabeth Mineor, of West Virginia. 

Dewitt Clinton Peck (XIX 306) is a dealer in furniture of Cardington, 
Ohio. His wife, Belinda Smith, was born September 8, 1830. 

David Blackman Peck( XIX 307). His first wife, Margaret S. Farris, 
was of Louisport, Virginia. 

John Sherman Peck (XIX 308) is a dealer in lumber and furniture in 
Cardington, Ohio. 

Tarleton Peck (XIX 309) is a farmer and stock raiser. 

Matthew Stanley Thompson (XIX 319) was, about 1870, a member of the 
State Senate of Xevada. 

Susan Thompson (XIX 320). Her husband, Thomas Thornburg, is a 
physician. 

John Bro^vn (XIX 321) is a physician. 

Sarah S. Brown (XIX 330). Her Inisband, Williams, was killed by a 
runaway horse. 

Martha Stanley (XIX 339) lived in Philadelphia till her marriage, when 
she removed to Savannah, Georgia. She had no children. 

James K. Stanley (XIX 342) was in 1862 a soldier in the Forty-seventh 
Regiment of Illinois Volunteers. 

Lewis Dorian (XIX 344) was at one time County Clerk of Sangamon 
Co., Hlinois. 



130 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Sarah Ann Stanley (XIX 345). Her husband, Ephraim Suplee, bora 
February 28, 18 1-2, is a son of Ephraim Snplee of Iloneybrook township, Chester 
Co., Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Henrietta Myers, of Salisbury towTiship, 
Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. 

Sarah Ann Stanley lived in Honeybrook after her marriage till 1893, when 
the family removed to the farm on which her grand-uncle, General Matthew 
Stanley, had lived, one mile east of the Brandywine Manor Presbyterian church 
on the Ilarrisburg turnpike. 

P. Frazer Smith Stanley (XIX 3-17). His wife, Martha Young Moffit, 
born February 17, 1846, is a daughter of Casper M. Moffit of BrandyiA'ine 
Manor, Pennsylvania, and his Avife, born Annie Cutler, of Coatesville, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Elizabeth Lewis Dorian (XIX 354). Her husband, Stephen Smith, is 
dead. 

John X. Dorian (XIX 355) died in the army during the Civil war. 

Eliza Dorian (XIX 356) died when two years old from the effect of burns 
received by falling into the fire. 

Hester Jane Neely (XIX 373) is a teacher in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Robert Fulton Blight (XIX 384) had no cliildren. 



GENERATION XX. 



131 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



CONSORT. 



BIRTH. MARRIAGE. 



The Children of John Smith Futhet (XIX 1) and Eliza Jane Miller. 



XX 

1 

2 
3 


Ida Parkinson 

Futhey. William B. Brinton. 
Estalena Miller 

Futhey.^ Samuel Williams. 
Anita Ludlam 

Futhey. 1 Edward B. Fox. 


July 13, 1846. 
! June 25, 18.50. 
Apr. 4, 1863. 


Feb. 1, 1871. 
Nov. 14,1872. 
Apr. 12,1887. 


Philadelphia. Pa. 
Haverford, Pa. 
New York City. 



The Children of James Latta Futhey (XIX 2) and Lavinia Sutton. 



4 Robert Smith 

Futhey. 



The Children of Elizabeth Jane Futhey (XIX 5) and Samuel Walker. 



5 Edwin Futhey 



Rebecca McPherson. 



Sept. 13, 1861. 



Oct. 22,1884. 



Goatesville, Pa. 



The Children or Robert Futhey (XIX 6) and Eliza Hershberger. 



6 Leslie Shymigh 

Futhey. 



Aug. 16,1866. 



Oct. 12,1866. 



The Children of Robert Futhey (XIX 6) and Anne Houston. 



Martha Futhey. 
Sarah Downing 

Futhey. 
Roberta Houston 

Futhey. 



unmarried, 
unmarried, 
unmarried. 



Aug. 4,1873. 
Nov. 29, 1876. 
June 30, 1881. 



Atglen, Pa. 
Atglen, Pa. 
Atglen. Pa. 



132 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



>»I>EX UBUBBB OF FAMILY. 



The Childken of Emma Meek (XIX 16) and Jacob Pentzek. 



George Pentzer. 
Sarah Meek | 

Pentzer. 1 
I Elizabeth Pentzer. ; ^.o . 

Emma Pentzer. Thomas Edward 

Ingham 



30,1845. I Dec. 14,1871. 





The CHnj)BEN of Eliza Meek (XIX 19) 


AND Chables Louis Goehbing. 




14 


Albert Goehring. 




Nov. 12, 1846. 






June 17 


1848. 




15 


John Meels 

Goehrmg. 


Mai-y Elizabeth Nceb. 


Oct. 13,1848. 


Apr. 


29, 1855. 






Allegheny, Pa. 


16 


Lizzie Heinz 

Goehring. 


Henry Smith. 


Oct. 24,1850. 




1869. 


Oct. 26 


1900. 


Allegheny, Pa. 


1" 


Lewis Stotesburg 

Goehring. 


Annie Hastings. 


Jan. 14,1853. 


Oct. 


9, 1875. 






Wilkinsburg, P 


18 


Emma Pentzer 

Goehring. 


I. James R. Black. 
II. Mungo M. Dick. 
III. E. E. Prugh. 


Mar. 2,1855. 


I. Oct. 
II. Sept. 
III. Dec. 


5, 1875. 

lis. 






Glenfield, Pa. 


19 


Amelia Porter 

Goehring. 


William Charles 

Haslage. 


Aug. 19, 1857. 


Apr. 


26, 1881. 






Pittsburg, Pa. 


20 Susan Zieglcr 

Goehring. 




Feb. 24, 1860. 






Dec. 


1860. 




21 Annie Wagner 

Goehring. 


Christian Steffen. 


Apr. 19, 1863. 


Nov. 


8, 1884. 






AUegheny, Pa. 


22 ; Henrietta Hartje 
1 Goehring. 


Stewart Robertson. 


Apr. 19, 1863. 


May 


12, 1891. 


Dec. 


1895. 


Allegheny, Pa. 



The Childben of Robeet Pobteb (XIX 26) and Hannah Jane Mabshall. 



Hugh Francis 

Porter. 
Emma Luella 

Porter. 

Sarah Margaret 

Porter. 

Miriam Porter. 

John Grant Porter. 

Rosetta Porter. 

Robert Johnston 

Porter. 

Arthur Bell Porter. 

Herron Holstine 

Porter, 

Mabel Jane Porter. 



Elizabeth Griffith. 



Wylie Robinson. 
John Piatt Titus. 
Margaret Blackstock 
Millard Beckwith. 



Apr. 17, 1860. 
Dec. 13,1862. 



Dec. 25, 1864. 
Mar. 21, 1867. 
July 11,1869. 
Nov. 12, 1871. 



Feb. 25, 1879. 
Aug. 28, 1881. 



Feb. 


6, 1881. 


Feb. 


23, 1888. 


Dec. 
Dec. 


31, 1883. 
22, 1881. 


Aug. 


1902. 


Apr. 
June 


22, 1897. 
30, 1903. 



Allegheny, Pa. 
Adena, O. 



Allegheny, Pa. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Tarentum, Pa. 

Allegheny, Pa. 
Allegheny, Pa. 



GENERATION XX. 



133 



GENERATION XX. 



MBMBBB OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Children of Mabt Pobter (XIX 27) and Henry McClube Davidson. 



Henry McClure 

Davidson. Amelia Sch 
John Alexander 

Davidson, unmarried. 



Oct. 2, 1867. 
June 28, 1872. 



Allegheny, Pa. 
Chicago, 111. 



The Children of George Washington Porter (XIX 33) and Margaret Cbaner. 



35 


William John 


















Porter. 


I. Rachel Wilson. 
II. Belle Herron 


May 9, 1848. 


I. 


1868. 






Bakerstown, Pa. 


36 


Phoebe IsabeDe 
















1 


Porter. 
Eliza Ann Porter. 
Sarah Agnes Porter. 
Sotia Maretta 




Aug. 23, 1850. 






Aur 


16, 1851. 






Sept. 27, 1854. 
Apr. 24, 1856. 






Oct. 
Oct. 


2, 1855. 
8, 1859. 




40 


Porter. 

George Josiah 


Matthew Sterling. 


.Tan. 28.1858. 




1879. 






Bakerstown, Pa. 


41 


Porter. 
Martha Luella 


Clara Marten. 


Jan. 13,1860. 


Mar. 


14, 1888. 






Culmerville, Pa. 


42 


Porter. 
Mary Martha 


David Franklin 


Sept. 23, 1862. 








1863. 




43 


Porter. 
Lillie Jane Porter. 


Heasly. 
Charles Seber. 


July 12, 1865. 
June 20, 1870. 


May 
Mar. 


1887. 
16, 1894. 






Culmerville, Pa. 
Aetna, Pa. 



The Children of Robert Smith Porter (XIX 34) and Susan Gillespie. 



44 


Selena Porter. 


unmarried. 


May 24, 1845. 








46 


Nancy Jane Porter. 
Samuel Gillespie 


unmarried. 


Sept. 24, 1848. 










Porter. 


I. Amanda C. Flack. 
II. Helen Christine. 


Jan. 8,1850. 


I. July 27, 1877. 






47 


Robert Smith 


Emma Wilhelmina 










48 


Porter. 
Elizabeth Love 


Plotts. 


Jan. 9.1852. 


Dec. 21, 1876. 




iJohastown, Pa. 




X u „ ^ Porter. 


Thomas Milton Snow. 


Nov. 5,185.3. 


Sept. 5, 1877. 






50 


John McCall Porter. 
Charles Goehring 


Mary Lock. 
Elizabeth Luella 


Aug. 3,1856. 




Oct. 23,1889. 


South Oil City, Pa. 


51 
52 


Porter. 
Amelia Porter. 
Mary White 

Porter. 


Locke. 


Nov. 11, 1859. 
Aug. 1860. 

Feb. 1862. 


Apr. 16, 1883. 


Sept. 14, 1862. 
Oct 8 1862 


South Oil City, Pa. 


'^ 


Anna Maria Porter. 


James E. Hankey. 


July 11, 1863. 
.Tan. 16.1865. 


Mar. 14, 1882. 


June 5,187.5. 


South Oil City, Pa. 



134 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



UEUBBB OF FAUILT. 



CONSOBT. 



The Childben of John Poeteb (XIX 35) and Sabah Ellen Sweeny. 



XX 














55 




Margaret Elizabeth 












Porter. 


Plowman. 


Aug. 14, 1852. 


Jan. 1, 1872. 




Springdale, Pa. 


56 


Margaret Ann 




1853. 




1863. 




57 


Robert Fulton 

Porter. 




1856. 




1863. 




58 


Henry Newton 

Porter. 




1858. 




1863. 




59 


George Washington 




1860. 




1863. 




TiO 


Eliza Jane Porter. 


unmarried. 


1862. 






Tarentum, Pa. 


r.i 


Mary Ellen Porter. 


Jamo.s Sweeny. 


Aug. 29, 1864. 


Mar. 28,1883. 




Tarentum, Pa. 


62 


Sarah Harriet 














Porter. 


William A. Truver. 


Mir 1 1869 


June 3,1894. 




Tarentum, Pa. 


63 


John Fulton Porter. 


unmarried. 


1872. 






Tarentum, Pa. 



The Childben of Joseph Pobteb (XIX 36) and Makt 



64 Joseph Porter. 



The Childben of Ezekiel Mu-leb Pobteb (XIX 37) and Belle Wylie. 



65 


George Washington 














Porter. 


Rachel Duncan. 


June 17. 1858. 


May 30,1881. 




Allegheny. Pa. 


06 


Nancy McCall 


















Nov. 1,1862. 


July 18,1880. 




Canton, O. 


(i7 


Clara Isabcll Pnrter. 


William Heckathorn. 


Oct. 14,1864. 


Apr. 29,1883. 




South Oil City, Pa. 


68 




Lulu Coe. 


May 9, 1867. 






Wilkinsburg, Pa. 


69 


Mary Elizabeth 














Porter. 


James Anderson. 


June 3,1870. 


Sept. 12, 1894. 




Allegheny, Pa. 


70 


Braraa Jane Porter. 


Stephen Hemphill. 


Feb. 14, 1873. 


Oct. 5, 1888. 




Carbon Black. Pa. 



The Children of Mabtha Jane Pobteb (XIX 39) and George Kuntzlema> 



71 
72 
73 
74 
75 

76 
77 


Frank Kuntzleman. 
John Kuntzleman. 
Clark Kuntzleman. 
Luilla Kuntzleman. 
Christie Ann 

Kuntzleman. 
George Kuntzleman. 
Frederick Kuntzle- 
man. 










Beaver Falls. Pa. 



GENERATION XX. 



135 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MABBIAGE. 



The Childben of Christie Ann Pobteb (XIX 41) and Geoege McCullt Gillifobd. 



Jane Nye. 
unmarried. 



Robert Arthur 

Gilliford, 
Charles Joseph 

Gilliford, 
Nancy Elmira j Samuel Mordecai 

Gilliford.' Carnahan, 



George McCuUy 

Gilliford. 

Martha Love 

Gilliford. 

William Thomas 

Gilliford. 



May 


7. 1871. 


Oct. 


1, 1873. 


Feb. 


3, 1876. 


Sept. 


26, 1878. 


June 


9, 1881. 


Sept. 


21, 1886. 



May 13,1902. 



Allegheny, Pa. 

Pottawatomie Co., 

Ks. 
Pottawatomie Co., 



Pottawatomie Co., 
Ks. 

Pottawatomie Co.. 
Ks. 

Pottawatomie Co., 
Ks. 



The Children of Emma. Smith McGabeyhill (XIX 42) and William W. Cbaddock. 



84 


William H. 






Craddock.' Mary Cuthbert. 




K5 


Stanley Craddock. 




86 


Herbert Craddock. 




87 


Bruce Craddock. 





The Childben of Sabah Ann McGabkyhill (XIX 43) and William Fbancis Mubdoch. 



88 


Robert Emmett 

Murdoch. 
















Howard. 


Dec. 25, 1844. 


Sept. 15, 1870. 




Ingram, Pa. 


89 
















Murdoch. 


Cyrus C. Henry. 


Jan. 15,1847. 


Oct. 10.1867. 




Mahoningtown, Pa. 


W) 


Elizabeth Meek 














Murdoch. 


Samuel Potter Brown. 


Feb. 6,1849. 


July 15.1869. 




Pittsburg, Pa. 


91 


Andrew Catherwood 
Murdoch. 


Sarah Kirk. 










92 


Mary Miller 

Murdoch. 


Thomas M. Mehard. 










9a 


William Francis 

Murdoch. 


Adeline Stevenson. 








Cleveland, 0. 


94 


George Cass 

Murdoch. 


Ella K. Veach. 











136 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



rncUBER OP PAMILT. CONSOBT. 



The Children of Geobge Washington Glass (XIX 45) and Eliza Walker. 



Clara Enna Glass. I John Calvin Stewart. 
Mary Florence I 

Glass, i unmarried. 
John Cresson Glass, i Margaret Sorby. 
I Francis James I 

Glass.l Anne Elizabeth 

' McElwain 

George Roberts 

Glass. 
George Grant Glass. 
Robert Marshall 

Glass. 



Mary McMath. 
Margaret Swank. 



Sept. 20, 1847. 



Dec. 5,1851. 
Jan. 13, 1853. 



Mar. 21, 1866. 



Dec. 


28, 1880. 


Aug. 


16, 1875. 


June 


30. 1885. 


July 


3, 1894. 


July 


18, 1893. 



Tarentum, Pa- 



Parnassus, Pa. 



Parnassus, Pa. 



The Childben of John Porter Glass (XIX) and Mary Bailey. 



102 William Bailey 

Glass. Eliza Walters. 

103 Clara Ella Glass. Julien Morrow. 

104 Robert Anderson | 

Glass, never married. 



Aug. 26, 1848. 



Aug. 17, 1888. 
May 9, 1883. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



The Children of John Porter Glass (XIX 46) and Mart Amanda Brown. 



105 John Porter Glass. 



June 7, 1888. 



The Children of Robert Pohter Glass (XIX 4S) and Annie Walker. 



Montgomery Walker 
Glass. 

Henry C. Glass 
Robert Porter Glass. 
Alexander Walker 
Glass. 



Nannie Winters. 



Apr. 24, 1854. Sept. 22, ; 



Alice McCullough. Dec. 18, 1860. | Nov. 20, 1803. 



Beech Bottom, 
Brooke Co., W. Va 
Ohio Co.. W. Va. 
CUnton. W. Va. 

Wilkinsburg, P;> 



GENERATION XX. 



137 



GENERATION XX. 



OP FAMILY. 



BBSIDENCE. 



The Childben of Nancy Smith Glass (XIX 49) and Davh) Johnston. 



XX 














110 


Robert Glass 


















June 1, 1854. 




Dec. 15, 1894. 


Sacramento, Cal. 


111 


Alfred John 














Johnston. 


Luella Buckminster. 


Jan. 18,1857. 


Nov. 18,1884. 




Sacramento, Cal. 


112 
















Johnston. 


never married. 


July 2,1858. 




Nov. 24, 1885. 


Sacramento, Cal. 


lis 


Emma Belle 














Johnston. 


"William Prouty. 


Nov. 30, 1861. 


July 27,1883. 




Sacramento, Cal. 



The Childben of Nathan Gbieb White (XIX 51) and Susan Myees. 



May 1. 1862. 



The Childben of Nathan Gbieb White (XIX 51) and Cathaeine MacDowell. 



Thomas Henry 

White. 
Anna Mary White. 
Edwin McCrea 

White. 



May 8, 1859. 



McConnellsburg, 



The Childben of Robeet McCbea White (XIX 52) and Ellen Mobrison Davis. 



IIS 


Laura Hemans 














White. 




These chil- 






Pittsburg, Pa. 


119 


Robert Hall White. 


unmarried. 


dren were all 






South Africa. 


120 


William McCrea 




born between 










White. 




1838 and 1845. 




1898. 


Atlantic City. N. J. 


121 


Henry Kirke White. 








1865. 


Newbern, N. C. 



The Children of Sarah Jane White (XIX 53) and William S. King. 



122 
123 

124 
125 
126 


Anha White King. 
William Howard 

King. 
Alice King. 
Henry King. 
Emilio Augusta 

King. 


Herman Biggs. 

Margaret McGauley. 

unmarried. 

unmarried. 

James Joy. 


Apr. 18,1838. 

Oct. 7, 1840. 
May 29, 1843. 
Apr. 30, 1846. 

Aug. 13, 1851. 


June 28,1860. 
Mar. 24, 1864. 

Nov. 18,1875. 


Oct. 11,1887. 
Aug. 23, 1883. 


Hammonton, N. J. 

Germantown. Pa. 
Cedar Rapid.o. la. 
Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Detroit, Mich. 



138 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEUBEB OF FAXILT. 



MARKIAGE. 



The Childben of Ann Eliza White (XIX 55) and John Moobe. 



XX 














127 


Edwin White Moore. 


Helen Lyman Miller. 


Aug. 10. 1849. 


Oct. 25,1889. 




Chicago, III. 


128 


Anna Martha 

Moore. 




June 4,1851. 




Feb. 1860. 




129 


Nathan Grier Moore. 


Anna Walker. 


Jan. 26,1853. 


July 28,1881. 




Peoria, 111. 


VM) 
















Moore. 


.la.v Ralph Bloom. 


May 7.1854. 


Oct. 3, 1876. 




Neenah, Wis. 


131 


Clara W.vclJofE 


Charles Albert 












Moore. 


Shotwell. 


June 11, 1857. 


Oct. 27,1892. 




Indianapolis, lud. 



The Childbex of Mabtha White (XIX 56) and Robebt Stewabt Fullebton. 



132 


Robert Stewart 

Fullerton, Jr. 




Oct. 17,1851. 




Aug. 30, 1853. 




133 
















FuUerton. 


unmarried 


Aug. 16, 18.53. 






Fategarh. India. 


134 


Dora Fullerton. 


Leonard Waldo. 


Aug. 24, 1854. 


Mar. 15, 1875. 


Feb. 19, 1886. 


New Haven, Ct. 


1.S5 


Mary Fullerton. 


unmarried. 


Jan. 26,1856. 






Fategarh, India. 


13f5 


Emma White 














Fullerton. 




Aug. 26. 1857. 




July 25,1885. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


137 


George Stuart 

Fullortoa. 


I. Retokah 














Paingerfield Smith. 


Aug. 18. 1859. 


I. Dec. 26,1883. 




New York City. 






n. Julia Winslow 




II. Mar. 8,1897. 










Dickerson. 










138 


Edward Grier 














Fullerton. 


Flora Cooper Brown. 


July 14,1803. 


June 6,1889. 




Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



The Childben of Susan Gbieb (XIX 5S) and John Hatton Mabsden. 



139 


Mary Hagner 




Mar. 5,1836. 






Mar. 21, 1836. 




140 


Elizabeth Richmond 
Marsden. 


William Harvey 










• 






Cooke. 


Feb. 23, 1837. 


Oct 


12, 1859. 






141 


Legh Richmond 
















Marsden. 




Mar. 17, 1838. 






July 27, 1838. 





The Children of Jane Geieb (XIX GO) and Adam Bppley. 



Elizabeth Laverty 

Eppley. 

Frances Grier 

Eppley. 



Thomas Newby. 



Cambridge, Ind. 
Gindnnati, O. 



GENERATION XX. 



139 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



The Childben of Smith F. Grieb (XIX 61) and Jane Connelly. 



Robert Smith Grier. Sarah Jane Major 
Nancy Margaret 

Grier. 



Feb. 14, 1844. 1 Feb. 17, 1870. May 4, 1905. | Red Bluff, Cal. 



The Childben of Smith F. Gbieb (XIX 61) and Eveline Millee. 



147 John Knox Grier. 



Oct. 9, 1859. 



The Childben of Laverty Griee (XIX 62) and Margaret Jeffrey. 



148 Robert Jeffrey Grier. 



The Children of Ann Margaret Grier (XIX 64) and Oliver Hornor. 



149 


EtBe Hornor. 


j Oct. 14, 1869. 






Emmitsburg, Md. 




The Children of Frances Ralston Grier (XIX 


66) and Thomas Graham Happersett. 


150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 


John Caldwell Grier 

Happersett. 
Margaret Ralston 

Happersett. 
Melchi Horace 
Graham Happersett. 
Christiana Olivia 

Happersett. 
Robert Wliite 

Happersett. 
Agnes Grier 

Happersett. 
Eloisa Frances 

Grier Happersett. 
Anna Graham 

Happersett. 
Thomas Graham 

Happersett. 


Emily Kirby Trout, 
never married. 
Anna E. Ganson. 

never married. 
Orlando B. Kelly, 
unmarried. 
Theodore B. Allen. 
Elizabeth C. Wiggin. 


Dec. 24, 1837. 
Apr. 28, 1839. 
Sept. 23, 1840. 
May 4,1842. 
Mar. 4,1844. 
Apr. 25, 1846. 
Apr. 8.1848. 
Apr. 9,1851. 
Feb. 14, 1853. 


Dec. 26,1865. 
June 6,1867. 

Apr. 27.1873. 

Apr. 10,1883. 
Jan. 1, 1883. 


Apr. 7,1893. 
Sept. 20, 1903. 
Jan. 21,1873. 
Aug. 6,1850. 
Jan. 27, 1903. 


Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 

Plainfield. N. J. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lansdowne, Pa. 

















140 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEUBEB OP FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Eloisa Gbieb (XIX 67) and Richabd Bowen Pabke. 



A. G. Bowen Parke. I Mary L. Black. 
Helen Ida Black. 



I John Grier Parke. 

I Thomas Henry 

I Parke. 

Jane Elizabeth 

Parke. 

Agnes Grier Parke. 

J Richard Baxter 

Parke. 
Jane Ralston Parke. 



Mary Jane Liggett, 
unmarried. 



.\nna M. Wise. 
Charles Kennedy. 



Jan. 28.1842. 

Dec. 21, 1843, 

Mar. 8.1846, 

Jan. 10,1840, 
May 15, 1851 



Feb. 14, 1854. 



Gap, Lancaster Co., 
Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Downingtown, Pa. 
Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 

Downingtown. Pa. 
Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 



The Children of Agnes Catdwell Grieb (XIX 68) and George Washington Neely. 



166 Oletha G. Neely. 

167 I N. Neander Neely. 

168 I H. Grier Neely. 



The Children of Ann Gbieb Pabke (XIX 70) and Chbistopheb Geigeb. 



169 


Samuel Parke 

Geiger. 




Nov. 15, 1839. 




Feb. 1882. 




170 


Mary Jones Geiger. 


William Augustus 














Heitsher. 


May 2. 1841. 


Oct. 15.1863. 




Lancaster, Pa. 


171 


Anna Hassletine 

Geiger. 




June 17, 1843. 




May 3. 184 . 




172 


Charles Henry 

Geiger. 




Apr. 15. 1845. 




May 29. 1845. 




173 


Philip Small Geiger. 


Mary E. Tucker. 


Oct. 7. 1816. 


Sept. 15. 1868. 


Feb. 3.1889. 


Hagerstown, Md. 



The Children or Nathan Gbieb Pabke (XIX 72) and Anne Elizabeth Gildebsleeve. 



174 


William Gildersleeve 














Parke. 


Helen E. Ackley. 


Apr. 22, 1848. 


Sept. 10, 1870. 






175 


Norman Grier 

Parke. 




Dec. 23, 1849. 




Feb. 14, 1852. 




176 


Theodore Gardiner 
Parke. 




June 5.1852. 




Feb. 18. 1855. 




177 


Mary Louisa Parke. 


never married. 


Sept. 28, 1854. 




May 22, 1877. 




178 


Anna Melanie Parke. 
















Atherton. 


Feb. 5. 1857. 


Oct. 7, ISSO. 




Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


179 


Samuel Maxwell 














Parke. 




May 4.1859. 








180 


ChnrksRiggs Parke. 


Alice Contts 














ScammoD. 


Mar. 24. 1863. 


Oct. 25,1888. 




Florence, Italy. 



GENERATION XX. 



GENERATION XX. 



MBMBEB OF FAMILY. 



MABRIAOB. 



KBSIDBNCE. 



The Childben of Joseph Maxwell Pabke (XIX 73) and Lucinda Neel. 



Victoria M. Parke. 
Luberta M. Parke. 



James Hillis Massey. 4ug. 6, 1855. t Nov. 12, 1879. 



Edward Powers 



Davis. Mar. 1,1859. July 16,1878. 



Kensington, Mont- 
gomery Co., Md. 



Washington, D. C. 



The Chh-dben of Robebt Smith Pabke (XIX 75) and Sallle A. Whitehead. 



183 


Bertha M. Parke. 


Daniel A. Bay. 


Dec. 14,1858. 


li 


Minnie A. Parke. 
Mary G. Parke. 


J. Ross Scarborough. 


Oct. 30,1860. 
June 21, 1863. 


ii? 


Mabel R. Parke. 
Martha P. Parke. 


Edward A. Wilson. 


.ipr. 23. 1867. 
Dec. 2,1872. 



Feb. 20,1884. 
Nov. 11,1885. 
Feb. 25,1892. 



Mar. 18, 1863. 
Apr. 21, 1878. 



Pylesville, Harford 
Co., Md. 



The Childben of Maet Ann Thompson (XIX 78) and James Jackson Wobball. 



188 


Edwin Grier 










Honey Brook, 




Worrall. 


M. Belle Robinson. 


Apr. 12,1853. 


Sept. 28. 1880. 


Mar. 12, 1886. 


Chester Co., Pa. 


189 


Anna Hasseltine 

Worrall. 




Nov. 19, 1854. 








190 


Howard Duff 

Worrall. 




Jan. 11,1857. 








191 
















Worrall. 


Samuel B. Dauman. 


Apr. 16,1859. 


Mar. 22,1900. 




Uwchlan, Chester 


192 












Co., Pa. 




Worrall. 


Mary McFadden. 


Oct. 10,1862. 


Jan. 8, 1885. 




Wallace township. 
Chester Co., Pa. 















The Childben of Nathan Gbieb Thompson (XIX 80) and Agnes W. McClube. 



193 
194 
195 
196 


Alice Aletta 

Thompson. 
William Grier 

Thompson. 
Edgar Atlee 

Thompson. 
Horace McClure 

Thompson. 


John M. Neely. 


Oct. 13,1858. 
June 14, 1861. 
Nov. 5, 1866. 
Apr. 14,1868. 


= 


Sept. 18. 1866. 
Feb. 5,1867. 







142 


THE SMITH RECORD. 
GENERATION XX. 




1 


NO." 


UEUBBR OF FAKILT. 


CONSOBT. BIKTH. 


MABRIAGE. 


DEATH. 


RESIDBNCE. 


Thz Childbew op John Calbweix Thompson (XIX 81) and Julia Cogswell Bebby. 


XX 

197 
198 


Persifor Upham 

Thompson, unmarried. ! Dec. 20, 1861. 
Irene Grier 

Thompson. WilUam E. Lloyd. Dec. 18, 1865. 


1 






The Childben of John Smith Richards (XIX 83) and Nancy O'Beien. 





199 


Annetta O'Enen^^^ 




Jan. 10,1841. 




Dec. 6, 1845. 




200 


Joseph Edmund 

Richards. 




May 25, 1843. 




Sept. 24, 1843. 




201 


Nancy Valeria 














Richards.; 1 May 25, 1843. 




Oct. 9,1843. 



The Children of John Smith Richards (XIX 83) and Julia Van Ness Williams. 



202 


Ann Elizabeth 














Richards. 


John W. Taylor. 


Jan. 8, 1860. 


Not. 29,1881. 




St. Louis, Mo. 


203 


John Howard 

Richards. 




Jan. 3,1861. 




July 18,1861. 




204 


Warren Woodward 






, 








Richards. 




Apr. 3, 1862. 


1904. 




New York Gitv. 


20.- 


Bentley Smith 

Richards. 




May 1, 1865. 




Oct. 21,1870. 




206 


John Smith 














Richards. 


Anna Zook. 


Oct. 15,1869. 


Feb. 17,1891. 




St. Louis, Mo. 



TnE Childben of Thomas Smith Richards (XIX 86) and LotnsA Haven Sheafe. 



207 


Mary HnTen 


.\ltred Wilson 












Richard!,. 


Lawton. 


Apr. 21, 1849. 


June 30, 1873. 




Hackensack, N. J. 


208 


William Miller 














Richards. 


Julia Florence Ryon. 


June 3,1851. 


Dec. 20, 1880. 




Leadville, Col. 


209 


Anne Hunter 














Richards. 


uever married. 


July 18, 1853. 




Aug. 28, 1885. 




210 
















Richards. 


Jessie M. Pierce. 


Nov. 5,1854. 


July 6, 1887. 


Mar. 2, 1904. 




211 


Thomas Howell 

Richards. 


1. Sallie Jameson 














Bodley. 


July 4,1856. 


I.Oct. 26,1878. 




Hackensack, N. J. 






II. Amy Turflee 














Westerfelt. 




II. June 4,1901. 






212 


Elizabeth Smith 














Richards. 


Henry M. Hook. 


Feb. 3, 1859. 


Jan. 17,1884. 




Hackensack, N. J. 


213 


Margaretta Sheafe 
Richards. 




Aug. 7.1862. 




Sept. 29, 1866. 





GENERATION XX. 



143 



GENERATION XX. 



OF FAMILY. 



BBSIOBNCE. 



The Children of James Armstbono Richards (XIX 88) and Margaret E. Wright. 



XX 










j 


214 


Loudon Wright 
















Richards. 


unmarried. 


Tan. 26,1856. 








CoatesTille, Pa 




Bentley Smith 
















Richards. 




Not. 3,1857. 




Mar 


15. 1858. 






Emily Smith 
















Richards. 


unmarried. 


Apr. 29, 1862. 








Coatesville, Pa. 




Margaret Wright 
















Richards. 


unmarried. 


July 5,1871. 








CoatesviUe, Pa. 



The Children of Joseph O'Brien Richards (XIX 89) and Isadoke Reese. 



William Pollock [ Elizabeth P. 

Richards. Lamoureaux. 

Emily Smith 

Richards. 
Anna May Richards. Horace Hill Coleman. 



Sept. 14, 1871. 

May 24, 1873. Feb. 27, " 



' St. Louis, Mo. 



The Children or Horace Smith (XIX 91) and Anna Maria Nichols. 



Frank H. Smith. 



Dec. 6, 1847. 



The Children of Vincent Henry Smith (XIX 92) and Mary C. Smith. 



Annetta Old Smith. 
Ann Louisa Smith. 
Mary Katharine 

Smith. 



Sept. 1.1852. 
Aug. 3,1854. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Children of Thomas Smith Loeser (XIX 95) and Mary Hillegas Rheem. 



Sidney Harvey 

Loeser, 
Thomas Smith 

Loeser, 



I. Georginna Close 
Smith. 
II. Julia Helen 

Repplier. 
Bella L. Bowman. 

Morton McIIvaine. 



Aug. 


4 


1839. 


Sept. 


9 


1840. 


May 


1 


1842. 


Oct. 


22 


1843. 



I. Sept. 11, 186 



New York City. 

Reading, Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 



144 



THE SMITH EECOBD. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEUBEK OF FAMILY. 



The Chdldeen of Maby Smith Dabling (XIX 98) and Samuel Wn-cox. 



William Darline Anna Hollingsworth 

Wilcox. I Fairlamb. Oct. 7,1847. 

MargarettaVaughanl 

Wilcox. [ } June 3, 1849. 

Henry Darling 

Wilcox. Apr. 26,1851. 

Samuel Wilcox. Jan. 16, 1854. 



The Children of Henry Darling (XIX 98) and Ophells. O. Wells. 


233 


William Darling. 




Mar. 14, 1854. 




May 9,1854. 






Richard Wells 














Darling. 


unmarried. 


Mar. 23, 1855. 






Brooklyn, N. Y. 


235 


Jennie Darling. 


Frederic A. 

Spickerman. 


Jan. 6,1857. 


Dec. 30,1884. 






236 


Mary Darling. 




June 22, 1858. 








237 


MargarettaVaughan 
Darling. 




Feb. 1, 1860. 








238 


Henry Darling, Jr. 


Alice Mooney. 


Mar. 21, 1862. 




Apr. 27, 1893. 




239 


Anna Monell 

Darling. 




June 17, 1863. 








240 


Elizabeth Fobes 




Jan. 20,1865. 








f^ 


Howard Darling. 
Frances Collier 

Darling. 




Dec. 26, 1866. 




Jan. 3,1867. 




Edward Niles. 


Nov. 7,1868. 


Sept. 27, 1900. 




Brooklyn, N. Y. 


243 


Florence Darling. 




Dec. 24, 1869. 










The Children of Thomas Smith Darling (XI3 


C 100) AND Sarah Augusta Taylor. 


244 


Fanny D. Darling. 


George W. Filbert. 


Feb. 6,1855. 


Sept. 6, 1877. 




Reading, Pa. 


245 


Julia Darling. 


unmarried. 


July 31, 1856. 






Reading, Pa. 


246 


William Darling. 


unmarried. 


Oct. 24,1860. 










The Childben of Edward Payson Dablinq (XIX 


103) and Emily Hollenback Rutteb. 


247 


Mary Rutter 


William Thomas 






i 




Darling. 


Smedley. 


Dee. 2, 1860. 


Nov. 28,1892. 


iBronxviUe, N. Y. 


248 




Emma Childs 














McClintock. 


May 29, 1863. 


.Tune 3,1902. 




Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


249 


Emily Cist Darling. 


Arthur Hillman. 


Feb. 23, 1868. 


Apr. 25,1900. 




Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


250 


(Unnamed.) 




May 14, 1871. 




July 14,1871. 





GENERATION XX. 



145 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



BESIDENCB. 



The Children of Elizabeth Smith Darling (XIX 105) and William Appleton Drown, Jb. 



Mar.v Darling 

Drown. 
Edward Darling 

Drown. 
William Messenger 

Drown. 
Thomas Darling 

Drown. 
Margarelta Darling 

Drown. 

Vaughan Darling 

Drown. 

Elizabeth Darling 

Drown. 

Emily Darling 

Drown. 



Francis Alexander 



Ziba Bennett Phelps 
unmarried. 



July 


21 


1859 


j 


Oct. 


1 


1861 




Nov. 


22 


1863 




June 21, 


1865 




Oct. 


17 


1866 




Apr. 


24 


1868 




Jan. 


10 


1871 




Oct. 


4 


1874 





Oct. 24.1889. 



Aug. 9, 1864. 
July 13,1890. 



Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



inghamtou, N. Y. 



The Children of Annetta Smith O'Brien (XIX 111) and George F. Dunning. 



Mary Elizabeth 

Dunning. John E. Dow. 
Annetta O'Brien 

Dunning.! unmarried. 
Frances Valeria j 

Dunning. I unmarried. 



Feb. 7, 1842. 
May 18, 1844. 
June 10, 1847. 



Canaan, Conn. 
Farmlngton, Conn. 



The Children of Valeria Smith (XIX 115) and William Hiesteb Cltmer. 



262 


Emily Smith 














Clymer. 


never married. 


July 16,1856. 




Sept. 18, 1904. 


Reading, Pa. 


26H 


Edward Tilghman 














Clymer. 


Ada Burno. 


Aug. 8, 1857. 


Aug. 5,1896. 




Overbrook, Pa. 


264 


William Hiester 














Clymer. 




Mar. 21, 1860. 






Reading. Pa. 


26.5 


Levi Smith Clymer. 


Clara Matilda Riegel. 


Apr. 2, 1863. 


June 11, 1891. 




Riegelsville, Pa. 


266 


Valeria Elizabeth 
















Samuel S. Hill. 


Apr. 29, 1865. 


June 21, 1899. 




Wemersville, Pa. 


!J67 


Frederic Hiester 

Clymer. 


unmarried. 


May 2,1869. 









The Children of Elizabeth Frances Smith (XIX 116) and Ellis Jones Richards. 



Jane Ellis Richards. 



Apr. 8, 1870. 



May 28, 1899. 



146 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



UEMBEB OP FAMILY. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Le-st Heber Smith (XIX 119) and E. Jennie Grubb. 



XX 


1 










2<;<j 


Clement Grubb 
! Smith. 


unmarried. 


Mar. 8,1870. 








270 


i Heber Levi Smith. 


Nelly Olirer Baer. 


.Tuly 10,1873. 


June 6,1903. 








, Mary Grubb Smith. 


unmarried. 


July 15, 1875. 










Daisy Emilv Smith. 


William Stewart 














Morris. 


Aug. 19, 1878. 


Apr. 19,1902. 






273 


Stanley McDonald 




Aug. 31, 1883. 








274 


William Howard 

Smith. 

1 




July 12, 1886. 









The Children of John Howard Bowman (XIX 130) and Caroline Snowdon Jacobs. 



.,._ 


Jane Vaughau 




1 


1 




Bowman. 




Sept. 12. 1873. 


1 




270 


Goodloe Harper 
















Jan. 7, 1875. 


Jan. 25, 1894. 




0^7 




Robert Tindle 




i 








McElroy. 


Sept. 13, 1876. 


Not. 23. 1905. 1 


Pittsburg. Pa. 


278 


Margarctta Vaughan 






! 








Richard Neel Young. 


Mar. 6,1880. 


June 19. 1902. 


1 


279 


Isabella Lowry 

Bowman. 




June 18, 1882. 




1 



The Children of William Robert Bowjian (XIX 132) and Emma Maria Wixnk 



280 Jane Gorrey 

' Bowman. 

281 Grace Winne 

Bowman. 

282 Annie Harper 

Bowman. 



•Harold Vemet Rule. 



Sept. 25, 1880. 
Feb. 20, 1885. 
Jan. 12,1889. 



The Children of Sherborne Smith Kennedy (XIX 133) and Rebecca Jeffries. 



2.S3 


William Kennedy. 


never married. 






New York 


284 


Lavinia Kennedy. 


Benjamin Rusk. 








285 


I'ersifor Frazer 












Kennedy. 










Pittsburg, Pa. 


2M 


Clara Kennedy. 


Isaac McBride. 








Philadelphia, Pa. 


W7 














288 


Henry Curtis 














Kennedy. 













GENERATION XX. 



GENERATION XX. 



UBMBBR OP FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Children of Samuel WnxLiM Kennedy (XIX 134) and Cathabine AbeecbombieRidgway. 



Catharine Ann 

Kennedy. 
JIary Louisa 

Kennedv. 
Ann Maria 
Sherborne Kennedy. 
George Jacob 

Kennedy. 
Sarah Kennedy. 
Maurice Howard 

Kennedy. 
Henry Comley 

Kennedy. 



izabeth Kennedy 
I Franklin Bache 
I Kennedy, 



I. Letitia Taylor 

Jones, 
II. Alphonsine Dube. 

Mahlon K. Dungau. 

Charles P. Levy. 

Alfred Way. 

Kate Paynter. 

unmarried. 

I. Mary Craft. 
II. Elizabeth M. 

Griscom. 



Aug. 3, 1847. ' I. Nov. 25, 1870 
II. July 25.1893. 

Oct. 18, 

May 13, 

Aug. 2, 



1851. 
1854. 



Nov. 24, 
June 27, 

June 27, 
June 12, 
Apr. 4, 



LOct. 29,1888. 
ILApr. 12,1897. 



Dec. 27, 
Oct. 17, 



July 18,1863. 
Apr. 14, 1872. 



Shippensburg, Pa. 

Doylestown, Pa. 
Pen.sacola, Fla. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Arlington, N. J. 





The Childeen of Joseph Smith Kennedy (XIX 135) and Elizabeth Marqitette Peltz. 


300 


Elizabeth Peltz 














Kennedy. 


never married. 


Oct. 7. 1857. 




Oct. 3. 1886. 




301 


.lo.^eiih Sherborne 














Kennedy. 


Miriam Bitting. 


May 4, 1863. 


June 9 1893 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


302 


Mary Ida Kennedy. 




May 28, 1867. 




Sept. 1868. 




303 


Emma Sherborne 


William McCanna 












Kennedy. 


Laverty. 




Dec. 6, 1889. 




Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Children of Susan Anna Kennedy (XIX 137) and John Beamish Powell. 



304 


Elizabeth Powell. 
Anna Powell. 


Charles Worthey 






in infancy. 




305 




Tack. 




Aug. 22. 1879. 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


306 


John Alfred Powell. 




18.58. 




Feb. 1. 1860. 




307 


Jane Powell. 


unmarried. 








Gerniaiitown. Pa. 


30.S 


Susan Kennedy 














Powell. 


Theodore Borden. 




May 28,1883. 




Phil.-idelphia. Pa. 


309 


William Howell 














Powell. 


Emilie Hunter. 




Oct. 27,1891. 


.Tan. 16,1895. 




310 


Katharine Agnes 


Francis Milton 












Powell. 


Grillet. 




Apr. 22,1896. 




Chestnut Hill. Pa. 


311 


Jessie Powell. unmarried. 











148 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



IIBHBEB OF FAMILY. 



CONSORT. 



313 

314 
315 
316 



The Children of Elizabeth Ann Colejian (XIX 144) and William Mitchell. 



Alfred Coleman 

Mitchell. 
Frank Fassett 

Mitchell. 
William Fleming 

Mitchell. 
Margaret Coleman 

Mitchell. 
. James Coleman 
I Mitchell. 



All of this 
family have 
died. 



31 



The Childben of Susan Coleman (XIX 147) and Charles Gooch. 



ma Coleman 
I Gooch. 

318 Clara Stoddart 

Gooch, 
3in Helen Gooch. 



Robert Fulton. 
William Wilson Glen 



New York. 
Avondale, O. 



The Childben of Howard Smith (XIX 158) and Frances H. Alexander. 



320 


Persifor Frazer 

Smith. 


unmarried. 


Oct. 29,1851. 






New Orleans, La. 


321 


Frances Jeannette 


James Hannah 












Smith. 


Austin. 


Feb. 14, 1853. 


Feb. 13,1879. 






322 


Cecilia Beverly 


Joseph Swift Doane. 


May 2,1855. 


Aug. 8.1877. 




New Orieans, La. 


323 


Bessie Alexander 














Smith. 




Oct. 5, 1860. 


June 12, 1884. 




Chicago, 111. 


324 


Blanche Smith. 


Oliver John Paul. 


Apr. 12,1866. 


June 12, 1889. 




New Orleans, La. 


325 


Mabel Smith. 


William Axford 














Galentine. 


Nov. 30, 1869. 


June 14, 1894. 


Feb. 8,1903. 


St. Louis, Mo. 



The Chh.deen of Robebt Smith Littell (XIX 161) and Hannah A. Moody. 



326 Lucy Littell. 

327 I Alice Littell. 
32S ] Philip Littell. 
329 Harriet Littell. 



unmarried. 

Arthur Murray Cobb. 
Fanny Whittemoro. 
unmarried. 



Nov. 6,1861. 
May 29, 1866. 
Aug. 6,186,8. 
Jan. 2, 1873. 



GENERATION XX. 



149 



GENEKATION XX. 



INDEX 
NO. 


MEMBBR OF FAMILY. 


CONSOBT. 


BIBTH. 


M.KBIAO.. 


DEATH. 


BBSIDBNCB. 


The Childben of Emma Pabby Smith (XIX 169) and Thomas P. Spabhawk. 


XX 

330 
331 


Thomas P. 

Sparhawk. 


uever married. 


July 1853. 
Mar. 12, 1855. 


July 1853. 
Aug. 19, 1892. 


Bloomsburp, Pa. 



The CnnjiEEN of Emma Paeey Smith (XIX 169) and John G. Pabb. 



332 


Lucy Parr. 


Henry Wlllson 














Temple. 


Dec. 11, 1870. 


Apr. 14,1892. 






333 


Margaretta Correy 


Daniel Mackenzie 












Parr. 


Campbell. 


Jan. 24,1872. 


Sept. 4,1895. 






334 


John Beaton Parr. 


Lizzie Myrtle Wilmot. 


May 31, 1874. 


Dec. 28,1898. 






335 


WilUam Brooks 

Parr. 




July 6,1876. 




July 27, 1876. 





The Childeen of Beaton Smith (XIX 171) and Amelia Jones. 



The Children of Henry Stephen Slaymakeb (XIX 171) and Fidelia Montgomeby. 



I 
Samuel Robert \ 

Slaymaker. unmarried. Dec. 29,1864. 

Henry Montgomery 

Slaymaker. Elizabeth Ruthvoru. May 30, 1868. 
Letitia Riegart 

Slaymaker. unmarried. Aug. 3,1869. 



The Childben of Robebt Samuel Slaymakeb (XIX 177) and Cassandra Jane Oswald. 



340 (A son.) 



Aug. 17, 1867. 



Aug. 17, 1867. 



150 



THE SMITH BECOKD. 



GENERATION XX. 



NO. 


MEHBBB OF FAJIILT. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MARRIAGE. 


DEATH. RESIDBNCB. 


The Chimben of Robert Samuel Slatmakeb (XIX 177) and Elizabeth Rutins Bowman. 


XX 

341 

342 
34.T 
344 


Margaretta 

Slaymaker. 
Agnes Bowman 

Slaymaker. 
Philip Kuhns 

Slaymaker. 
Anna Frazer 

Slaymaker. 


unmarried. 

Carrie Newel Ridgley. 

Paul Brown Copley. 


Apr. 27, 1874. 
July 11,1875. 
July 6,1877. 
Dec. 24, 1881. 


Jan. 2, 1902. 
Sept. 8, 1905. 


July 12, 1874. 


1 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Kittanning, Pa. 



The Children of Edith Romeyn Aebtsen (XIX 185) and William Dabbach 



345 
















Darrach. 


Lillian Millard. 


Dee. 12, 1874. 


Oct. 10,1905. 






346 


William Darrach. 




Mar. 12, 1876. 








347 


Harriet Aertsen 

Darrach. 




Oct. 2,1877. 




Oct. 6, 1877. 




348 


Margaretta Monroe 
Darrach. 




Apr. 9, 1880. 




Apr. 12, 1880. 





The Childben of Margaretta Correy Aertsen (XIX 186) and Francis Rawle. 



349 


James Aertsen 












Rawle. 


Auk. 20, 1874. 




Aug. 31, 1893. 




350 


FrnnciB Rawle. unmarried. 


Feb. 19, 1876. 








351 


Pereifor Frazer | 












Rawle.! 


Feb. 7,1878. 




Feb. 22, 1882. 




352 


Russel Davenport | 
Rawle. 1 












Feb. 15,1882. 




Aug. 6,1882. 




353 


Henry Romeyn 

Rawle. 


Oct. 8,1883. 









The Childben of Guilliaem Aertsen (XIX 187) and Edith Price. 



June 1882. 
Sept. 1,1887. 



GENERATION XX. 



GENERATION XX. 



MBMBBB OF FAMILY. 



MARKIAQB. 



The Children of Joseph Bicking (XIX 189) and Elizabeth Hablow. 



Samuel Miles 

Bicking. unmarried. 
Florence Scholfield I 

Bicking. unmarried. 
Margaret Cornelia | „, „ , 

Bicking. j William W. Prather. 
Esther May , _ 

Bicking. ' James McTamany. 
Edith Harlow j 

Bicking.! 
Grace Dustin ; „ ,, 

Bicking. I. James D. Moore. 
11. James James. 



Apr. 19, 1856. 
Sept. 23, 1857. 
Sept. 29, 1859. 
May 16, 1862. 
Jan. 6. 1864. 
Jan. 17,1866. 



Nov. 24, 
Jan. 4, 



Batavia, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Batayia, O. 



The Children of Sarah Bicking (XIX 190) and James Hartman. 



Margaret M. 

Hartman. 
Nancy J. Hartman. 
Sarah A. Hartman. 
Ella M. Hartman. 
Lilly D. Hartman. 



J. E. Shumard. 
S. W. Moorhead. 
J. H. Cole. 
William C. Nichols. 



Aug. 14, 1851. 
Sept. 14, 1853. 
Sept. 14, 1853. 
Feb. 6, 1855. 
June 6,1857. 



Apr. 25, 187D. 
May •26,189 
Jan. 26, 1892. 



Owensville, O. 
Monterey, O. 
Newtonsville, O. 
Thurston, O. 



The Children of Susan J. Bicking (XIX 193) and Clinton C. Glanct. 



Margaret W. 

Glaney, 
Samuel M. Glaney. 
Esther Glaney. 
Lilly Glaney. 



.Tohu Ellis. 
Emma Williams. 
P. S. Day. 
Edward Hughes. 



Aug. 7,1860. 
Sept. 2,1862. 
Jan. 29,1868. 
Feb. 18, 1873. 



Nov. 21,1887. 

June 10,1884. 

June 4, 1885. 

Apr. 5, 1893. 



Marathon, O. 
Belfast, O. 
Elenor, O. 
O. 



The Children of Robert Smith Bicking (XIX 194) and Mart E. Bull. 



Margaret M. 

Bicking. 

Samuel J. Bicking. 

Charles D. Bicking. 
I Hattie A. Bicking. 

Orson R. Bicking. 
I Anna E. Bicking. 
I Nathan S. Bicking. 



Benjamin F. Smith, 
unmarried, 
unmarried. 
Guy P. Johnson. 
Clara Kachel. 
Joseph H. Aston. 
Clara Kraft. 



Feb 


10, 1860. 


Aug. 


30, 1862. 


Apr 


4, 1866. 


Dec 


2, 1868. 


Nov. 


1. 1870. 


Aug. 


7, 1873. 


Feb. 


28, 1876. 



May 18,1893. 

Feb. 5, 1902. 

May 31,1896. 

Mar. 1, 1898. 



Norwood, O. 
Osborn, O. 
Norwood, O. 
Osborn, O. 
Osborn, O. 
Osborn, O. 
Osborn, O. 



THE SMITH KECOED. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MAEKIAGB. DEATH 



The Childeen of Christiana Ralston Bicking (XIX 196) and Mabcelltjs A. Hulick. 



78 I Ida C. Hulick. 
Ada J. Hulick. 
Joseph Hulick. 
Frank Hulick. 
882 j Florence Hulick. 



Harvey Johnson. 
Joseph Kidd. 
Cora Dawson, 
unmarried. 
Julius Deninger. 



Dec 


28, 1863. 


Aug. 


1, 1865. 


Au^. 


2, 1866. 


Oct 


6, 1868. 


Dec. 


14, 1869. 



Mar. 17.1886. 
Nov. 22,1885. 
Dec. 21,1896. 

Feb. 13,1896. 



Lynchburg, O. 
Batavia, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Cincinnati, O. 



The Childeen of Caboline M. Bicking (XIX 197) and Philip Glanct. 



385 
386 
387 



Joseph V. Glancy. 
M. H. Glancy. 
Miles G. Glancy. 
Martha L. Glancy. 
Marietta Glancy. 
Zoah Glancy. 



Eva Maharn. 
unmarried. 
Ilattie Varney. 
p'rank Thirey. 
Edgar Moorhead. 
unmarried. 



.Tan 


31. 1864. 


Dec 


22, 1865. 


Mar 


8, 1867. 


Nov 


25, 1868. 


Mar 


31, 1870. 


Mar 


16, 1879. 



Aug. 22, 
Mar. 12, 
June 18, 



Blowville, O. 
Blowville, O. 
Blowville, O. 
Monterey, O. 
Lynchburg, O. 
Blowville, O. 



The Children of Jonathan Vatjghan Smith Christy (XIX 205) and Adaline A. Applegate. 



389 


Kate E. Christy. 




Mar. 13, 1852. 


Feb. 23, 1876. 


Dec. 29, 1892. 


Marathon, 0. 


390 


Joseph Earl Christy. 


I. Elizabeth Inness. 
II. Mary B. WaU. 


Apr. 4,1854. 


LFeb. 3,1874. 
II. July 1, 1887. 




Marathon, O. 


391 


(A son.) 




Feb. 5,1856. 




in infancy. 




392 


Addie B. Christy. 


Nathaniel B. 














Whitaker. 


Aug. 18. 1858. 


Feb. 26, 1878. 




Dallas. Texas. 


393 


Clara E. Christy. 


William M. Smith. 


July 24, 1861. 


May 25, 1887. 




Marathon, O. 


394 


Grier R. Christy. 


I. Jessie McNutt. 


Feb. 19, 1865. 


I. Mar. 22, 1888. 
II. Sept. 22, 1893. 


May 32, 1902. 




395 


Louisa E. Christy. 


Charles M. Johnson. 


Aug. 16, 1868. 


Oct. 26,1886. 




Batavia, O. 



The Children of Robert Smith Christy (XIX 207) and Susan E. Shefver. 



Charles E. Christy. 

Belle Christy. unmarried. 

Elliott B. Christy, i Stella Olmatead. 



Mar 


11 


18.56. 


l<Vb 


'.Kf. 


1860. 


Sept 




1874. 



t Pueblo. Col. 
Oil City, Pa. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



Thf, Children of Joseph Lyman Houtz Christy (XIX 210) and Hannah Jennie Myers. 



William A. Christy, unmarried. 



Coatesville, Pa. 



GENERATION XX. 



153 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OP FAMHT. 



MABRIAGE. DEATH. 



BESIDENCE. 



The Childisen of James Patbiot Wilson Riley (XIX 211) and Kate Cbawford. 



XX 












400 


Theodore W. Riley. 


Emilie Porter. 


Oct. 27,1853. 


Mar. 15, 1900. 




GentPaUa, Pa. 


401 


Adelaide Riley. 


AVillmer Towers 














Beck. 


June 3,1860. 


June 23, 1886. 


Oct. 18,1904. 


Oentralia, Pa. 


402 


Kate Riley. 




Aug. 30. 1861. 




Sept. 3,1861. 





The Children of Isaac Riley (XIX 212) and Catharine Antoinette SorTHMAYD Parker. 



403 


Margaret Wood 

Riley. 




May 13, 1863. 




May 13, 1863. 




404 


Julia Wood Riley. 




May 10, 1864. 




May 14, 1865. 




405 


Emma Vaughan 














Riley. 




Mar. 15, 1866. 






Montrose, Pa. 


406 


Isaac Woodbridge 














Riley. 




May 20, 1869. 






Baltimore, Md. 


40T 


Kate Parker Riley. 


unmarried. 


May 25, 1871. 








40K 


Harriet Phelps 














Riley. 




Dee. 23, 1876. 




Feb. 23, 1878. 


Montrose, Pa. 



The Children of Julia Rogers Riley (XIX 213) and Benjamin Johnson Douglas. 



(A son.) 
Morgan Johnson 

Douglas. 



Apr. 1872. 
June 19, 1873. 



in infancy. 
July 4, 1873. 



The Children of Stephen Harris (XIX 214) and Catharine McArthub. 



411 


Stephen Harris. 


Agnes Cointat. 


Oct. 15,1864. 


June 12, 1899. 






412 
















Harris. 


Sophia Weygandt. 


Mar. 5,1867. 


June 14, 1894. 






4i:'. 


Elizabeth Harris. 


Edward H. Keiser. 


Feb. 26, 1870. 


June 18, 1896. 






414 


Mary Harris. 


unmarried. 


Sept. 6,1872. 









154 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



The Children of Joseph Smith Habbis (XIX 215) and Delia Silliman Bbodhead. 



416 
417 
418 
419 



Marian Fraztr 

Harris. 
George Brodhead 

Harris, 
Frances Brodhead 

Harris 
Clinton Gardner 

Harris 
Madeline Vaughan 

Harris 



Elizabeth Holbert. 
Reynolds Driver 

Brown. 

unmarried. 
Henry Ingersoll 

Brown, 



Dec. 3, 1866. 
Sept. 3,1868. 
Mar. 15, 1870. 
Mar. 18, 1872. 
Nov. 5,1873. 



June 12, 
June 4, 



Germantown, Pa. 
Chestnut Hill, Pa. 
Germantown, Pa. 
Germantown, Pa. 
Germantown, Pa. 



The Children of Maetha Frazer Harris (XIX 217) and Heney Chester Paebt. 



420 Mary Campbell 

I Parry. 

421 1 George Gowen 

j Parry. 



William E. Mikell. 
Flora R. Lockwood. 



Mar. 20, 1871. 
Dec. 4, 1872. 



Apr. 12,1891. 
Oct. 14,1905. 



Augusta, Ga. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Childeen of John Campbell Harris (XIX 218) and Mary Powers. 



422 Thomas Powers 

Harris, 

423 Alan Campbell 

Harris 

424 Henry Frazer 

i Harris 



unmarried. 
Virginia Blair 

Johnston 



Oct. 10,1870. 

Mar. 18, 1873. I 

May 31, 1880. Dec. 5, 1903. 



Cedar Edge, Col. 
Munich, Bavaria. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Childeen of Rebecca Dablington Smith (XIX 224) and Robeet Emmet Monaghan. 



Catharine Streeper 
Monaghan, 

Frances Smith 

Monaghan 

Frazer Monaghan. 



James Clark Irwin 
Edith Elizabeth 

Hays. 



July 


3 


1868. 


Mar. 


27 


1872. 


May 


12 


1873. 



Feb. 10,1901. 
June 5, 1895. 
Jan. 2.3.1902. 



Providence, R. 
Hastings-upon- 

Hudson, N. 1 











GENERATION XX. 




165 








GENERATION XX. 






INDEX 
NO. 


MBMBBB OP FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MARRIAGE. 


DEATH. 


BBSIDBNCa. 



















The Childben of George Pairlamb Smith (XIX 228) and Ann E. Hickman. 



unmarried. 
Haidee Winnette 

Tyler, 



July 22, 1868. 
Aug. 7,1870. 



Wellesley, Masa. 
Dennison, O. 



The Children of Persifor Frazer Smith (XIX 231) and Laura Wood. 



Rosalind Wood 

Smith. 
Laura Gilpin Smith. 



Richard H. M. 

Robinson, 
unmarried. 



Sept. 22, 1874. 
Nov. 23, 1883. 



Jan. 3, 1899. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



The Children of Emma Vaughan Smith (XIX 236) and Wh-llam Riley Tall. 



432 


Vaughan Smith 

Tall. 




Sept. 22, 1863. 




Sept. 26, 1863. 




433 
















Tall. 


Lillie Louisa Topp. 


Aug. 27, 1864. 


Dec. 27, 1899. 






434 


1 Oden Bowie Tall. 




May 15, 1869. 




Mar. 13, 1874. 




I 


j Edith Mae Tall. 


I. Edgar A. 

Davenport. 
11. William M. 

Paulsel. 


May 15, 1869. 


I. Jan. 24, 1889. 
II. Apr. 5, 1899. 






436 


Alice Beulah Tall. 




Oct. 2, 1871. 




May 6, 1873. 




437 


Henry Houston 

Tall. 




June 3, 1875. 








438 


William Oden Tall. 




Mar. 9! 1878. 




July 26, 1878. 




439 


Olen Riley Tall. 




Mar. 9,1878. 




May 26, 1878. 




440 


Ovid Butler Tall. 




July 5,1883. 









The Children of May Webb Smith (XIX 241) and Otho Davi 



441 


Henry Houston 

Bryan. 




Nov. 25, 1876. 




May 18, 1877. 




442 


Wrightson Vaughan 














Bryan. 


Amanda E. String. 


Nov. 19, 1878. 


June 3, 1905. 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


443 


Herbert Bryan. 


Abigail Nutt. 


Mar. 23, 1879. 


Aug. 29, 1904. 




PhUadelphia, Pa. 




Bryan. 




June 2,1883. 




Sept. 9,1884. 




445 


Mary Frazer Bryan. 




July 1, 1889. 









THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



INDEX MEMBER OF FAMILY. CONSORT. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Childben of Beaton Smith (XIX 242) and Amy Bebtha Guthebie. 



4-16 

447 



Elizabeth Vaughan 

Smith. 
Beaton Smith. 



Aug. 22, 1896. 
Dec. 26, 1897. 



Apr. 11, 1899. 



448 
449 
450 



The Childben of Ann Vebnon Smith (XIX 245) and Benjamin Fbanklin Harrington. 



Ruth Thorp 

Harrington. 
Benjamin Redmile 

Harrington. 
Rhoda Smith 

Harrington. 



Oct. 30,1890. 
Aug. 30, 1893. 
Sept. 5,1897. 



The Children of Henrietta Fleming Smith (XIX 249) and William Steele Botd. 



451 


Ida Martha Boyd. 


never married. 


Jan. 1,1852. 




Aug. 31, 1887. 


Scranton, Pa. 


452 


William Smith 


Lillian Pauline 












BoTd. 


Zurflieh. 


June 7,1854. 


Apr. 15,1896. 




Scranton, Pa. 


453 


Ella Mary Boyd. 




Sept. 30, 1856. 






Scranton, Pa. 


454 


Anna Eliza Boyd. 




Feb. 21, 1865. 






Scranton, Pa. 


455 


Charles Robert 

Boyd. 




Aug. 10, 1872. 






Scranton, Pa. 



The Children of James Herb Smith (XIX 251) and Caroline Dickenson Ebernz. 



456 


Marcia Ebernz 














Smith. 


Samuel Henry Bell. 


Aug. 19, 1859. 


Feb. 21, 1877. 




Fort Dupont, Del. 


457 


Robert William 














Smith. 


Mary O'Donnel. 


Feb. 4,1862. 


June 27, 1886. 




Kimberly, S. At. 


458 


Estella Mary Smith. 


I. William D. 
















July 19, 1867. 


I. .Tune 6,1888. 




Wellsboro, Pa. 






II. Frank A. Deans. 




II. Jan. 22,1901. 






450 


Caroline Herr 














Smith. 




Nov. 19, 1874. 




Jan. 9.1893. 





GENERATION XX. 



157 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of John Futhey Smith (XIX 252) and Mabt McFeteich. 



The Children of Calvin Grier Smith (XIX 254) and Sarah Anna Kautfelt. 



Henry Kauffelt 

Smith. 
Robert Grier Smith. 
Amy Lanius Smith. 
Paul Smith. 



Sarah J. Mackin. 



Apr. 17,1871. 
Nov. 3,1872. 
Dec. 20, 1875. 
Mar. 30, 1880. 



Sept. 1, 1897. 



Wrightsville, Pa. 

Wrightsville, Pa. 

Wrightsville, Pa. 

Wrightsville, Pa. 



The Children of Martha Herb Smith (XIX 255) and Frank J. Magee. 



Robert Smith 

Magee. 
Martha Helen 

Magee. 



Aug. 29, 1869. 
Aug. 6,1871. 



The Children of Charles Persifor Smith (XIX 257) and Hannah Gertrude Kern. 



John Futhey Smith. 
Charles Kem Smith. 
Helen Gertrude 

Smith. 
Persifor Frazer 



unmarried. 


Jan. 5,1874. 1 
June 11, 1875. 




West Pittston. Pa. 
Morristown, N. J. 




Sept. 17, 1877. 


Oct. 11,1877. 


West Pittston, Pa. 




Aug. 28. 1882. 




West Pittston, Pa. 



The Children of Howard Persifor Smith (XIX 258) and Margie Baumqabdneb. 



, 471 Howard Persifor _„ ^ „^ ,.._ 

I Smith, 2d. Mary T. Brubaker. Jan. 4, 1872. Oct. 20, 1895. 



Lancaster, Pa. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



HEMBEB or FAIQLT. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of Maey Margaret Smith (XIX 259) and Harris Knott Wilton. 



XX 










472 


Silas Smith Wilton. 




Mar. 11, 1867. 




Wrightsville, Pa. 




Mary Beulah 












Wilton. 




Sept. 2,1868. 




Wrightsville, Pa. 


474 


Jessie Grace Wilton. 




Aug. 21, 1870. 




Aug. 21, 1901. WrightSTille, Pa. 




Frederick Marshall 












Wilton. 




Apr. 30. 1873. 




Wrightsville, Pa. 




Ralph Preston 












Wilton. 




Dec. 22, 1876. 




Wrightsville, Pa. 



The Cnn.DREN of Ambrose Cephas Smith (XIX 260) and Hannah L. Slatmaker. 



477 


Samuel Melancthon 














Smith. 


Margaret Sheldon. 


June 29, 1869. 






Chicago, 111. 


478 


Henry Slaymaker 












479 


Smith. 
Thomas Foster 

Parry Smith. 


Mabel Colton. 


Feb. 28, 1871. 
Not. 15, 1873. 




Aug. 5,1876. 


Negaunee, Mich. 


480 


Edward Ambrose 














Smith. 




Feb. 8,1876. 






Madison, Wis. 



The Childben of Henry S. Cochran (XIX 260) and Emily F. Granger. 



Alice Armstrong I 

Cochran. I 
Josephine Granger 

Cochran. ! unmarried. 



May 28, 1862. 
June 7,1863. 



Morristown, N. J. 



The Childben of Jane Ann Cochran (XIX 265) and Gilbert Coombs. 



48.'? Susan Cochran 

I Coombs. 



T. Thomas Walton 

Hampton, 
II. Charles 

McDermott, 



Sept. 18, 1859. ; I. Oct. 6. 1879. 
II. 1880. 



Freehold, N. J. 



GENERATION XX. 



GENERATION XX. 



INDEX 
NO. 




CONSORT. 


BIKTH. 


MARRIAGE. 


DEATH. 


BBSIDENCE. 




The Children or William Wilson (XIX 267) and 


XX 

484 


Margaret Wilson. 






1 


Ionia, Mich. 


The CHU.DREN of Susan Wilson (XIX 2GS) and John Wilson. 


4S.1 ' John Wilson. 












The Children of Jane Eliza Magraw (XIX 269) and Thomas J. Muggins. 



486 James Magraw 

! Huggins. 

487 Henry Stephen 

I Huggins, 

488 Mary Correy 

Huggins, 
4^ Julia Dyer Huggins, 

490 Thomas Jackson 

Huggins 

491 Jane Cochran 

Huggins 

492 George Saunders 
,„„ Huggins 

493 Annie Clark 

Huggins 



Mar. 10, 1860. 

May 14, 1861. 

July 23, 1863. 
Oct. 6, 1864. 

Nov. 17, 1866. 

May 9,1869. 

Apr. 21, 1871. 

Dec. 2,1873. 



June 29. 1869. 
June 24, 1871. 



The Children of Rebecca Ann Magraw (XIX 270) and Galloway. 


494 


James Magraw 

Galloway. 




Jan. 12,1871. 




Dec. 25, 1890. 






The Children of Robert Magraw (XIX 273) and Mary Milliron Nussear. 



James Magraw. 
Mary Milliron 

Magraw. 
Susie Be.qll Magraw. 
William M. F. 

Magraw. 
Allen Paul Magraw. 



160 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEUBXR OF FAMILY. 



The Childben of Stephen Cochban Magbaw (XIX 274) and Jenny Websteb. 



500 
501 
502 
503 
50i 



Rebecca Cochran 

Magraw. 
Harriet Correy 

Magraw. 
Henry Stephen 

Magraw. 
Mary Marshall 

Magraw. 
Stephen Cochran 

Magraw. 



July 30, 1872. 


May 30, 1875. 


Jan. 


25, 1877. 


Jan. 


8, 1879. 


Aug 


13, 1888. 



Sept. 18, 1890. 



The Childben of Fbanklin Max\n-ell (XIX 275) and Fbances Jane Runnels. 



505 


Leeman Maxwell. 


Mary Columbia 














Bassel. 


Nov. 29, 1840. 


Nov. 9, 1887. 




Jarvisville, W. Va. 


506 


Lewis Maxwell. 


Alice Harper. 


Feb. 21, 1843. 


Dec. 4, 1867. 




W. Union, W\ Va 


507 


Porter Maxwell. 


Virginia Columbia 














Post. 


Apr. 3. 1845. 


Apr. 29,1869. 




Peel Tree, W. -^'a. 


508 


Rector Maxwell. 




Feb. 16, 1848. 




Feb. 10,1886. 




509 


William Brent 


I. Emma B. 












Maxwell. 


Williams. 
II. Lillie Jarvis. 


Apr. 27. 18.50. 






Clarksburg. W. Va 


510 


Harriet Paine 














Maxwell. 


G. W. Brown. 


Sept. 12, 1853. 


May 23,1882. 


Sept. 20, 1890. 




511 


Mary Martha 

Maxwell. 




May 23, 1855. 




Dec. 5,1860. 




512 


Franklin Post 










Buckhannon, 




Maxwell. 


Reta B. Heavner. 


Dec. 7, 1857. 




Feb. 15, 1880. 


W. Va 


513 


Frances Jane 














Maxwell. 


15. C. Bland. 


Sept. 20, 1859. 


May 2. 1878. 


Dec. 17,1878. 




514 


Susan Alice 

Maxwell. 




July 19, 1861. 




Aug. 5,1883. 





The Childben of Le\t Maxwell (XIX 278) and Luckna Susan Page. 



515 


Ella Maxwell. 


C. S. Hook. 


Sept. 


2, 1853. 


51(i 


Anna M. Maxwell. 


R. D. Insche. 


Apr 


8, 18.56. 


517 


j Flora Maxwell. 


J. H. Osborne. 




1860. 


518 


Franklin R. 


. . .. .. 







Maxwell. Orrie Sterrit. 



Union City, Ind. 
San Antonio, Texas 
Anderson, Ind. 



GENERATION XX. 



161 



GENERATION XX. 



MBHBEB OP FAMILY. 



MABBIAGB. 



BB8IDBNCE. 



The Children of Wiixiams Maxwell (XIX 279) and Lida Vanobt. 



521 

525 
526 


Luther Maxwell. 
Frank Maxwell. 

John Maxwell. 

Marshall Maxwell. 
Harriet Maxwell. 
.Tane Maxwell. 
Virginia Maxwell. 

Mary Maxwell. 


Mary Noble. 
\erta McGovern. 

Barbara Douglass. 

E. H. Davisson. 

Nutter. 


Nov. 27, 1856. 
July 26, 1859. 


Apr. 
Oct. 


6, 1884. 
9,1883. 


July 4. 1897. 


West Union, W. Va. 
Blandsville, Dodd- 
ridge Co., W. Va. 

Doddridge Co., 

W. Va. 
West Union, W.Va. 



The Childben of Peances Jane Maxwell (XIX 280) and Abchibald Lowtheb. 



Sarah Judy 

Lowther. 
Amy Lowther. 



Prances Lowther. 
Elizabeth Lowther. 
Mintor Lowther. 



.Tabez Carpenter. 
Mary Douglas. 



The Childben of Lewis Maxwell (XIX 281) and Margaket Mitchell. 



Anna V. Maxwell. 
Cordelia Jane 

Maxwell. 
Irwin F. Maxwell. 
Charles Lewis 

Maxwell. 
William E. 

Maxwell. 
Sylvester S. 

Maxwell. 

M. C. Maxwell. 



Ulysses S. Upton. 



Ella Woofter. 
•Tennie Clevinger. 
Ellen Bennett. 



Mar. 


6, 1862. 


Mar. 
Dec. 


23, 1864. 
5. 1866. 


Jan. 


10, 1869. 


May 


7, 1871. 


Aug. 


18, 1873. 


Feb. 


27, 1876. 



Dec. 


25, 1882. 


May 

Sept. 


19, 1892. 
1, 1891. 


Apr. 


10, 1890. 


Aug. 


18, 1892. 


Ofct. 


1, 1900. 



July 8, 1892. 



Glenville, W. Vti. 
Mt. Clare, W. Va. 

Lettergap, W. Va. 

Lettergap, W. Va. 

Norman town. 

W. Va. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childeen of Chakles Maxwell (XIX 2S2) and Penelope Chapman. 



XX 

i 

546 
547 
548 
549 
550 


Boyd Maxwell. 
Ott Maxwell. 
Ellen Maxwell. 
Grace Maxwell. 
Guy Maxwell 
Scott Maxwell. 
Jane Maxwell. 
Junie Maxwell. 
Charles Maxwell. 
Lewis Maxwell. 












The Children of Amy Maeion Maxwell (XIX 2S3) and Asa C. Coplin. 


551 
552 
553 
554 
555 


.Tudy Coplin. 
Harriet Coplin. 
Hamilton Coplin. 
Worthy Coplin. 
Maude Coplin. 






j 
1 
















1 

1 



The Childben of Abneb M. Maxwell (XIX 284) and Ltdia Jane Woofteb. 



556 


Porter Maxwell. 


Itosa Belle Adams. 


Mar. 22, 1864. 


Sept. 26, 1892. 




Leopold. Dodd- 
ridge Co., W. Va. 














557 


Mary Frances 














Maxwell. 


Homer C. Griffln. 


May 7, 1866. 


Dec. 10,1884. 




Harrisville, W. Va. 


5.58 


Levi Maxwell. 


Mittie Famsworth. 


Oct. 27,1867. 


May 10,1889. 




Market. W. Va. 


559 


Jnda Ann Maxwell. 


JJoyd Griffln. 


Mar. 4.1869. 


Nov. 6.1888. 






560 


Ella Jane Maxwell. 


Calvin Ernest Wilson. 


Nov. 24, 1870. 


June 12,1896. 




Summers. W. Va. 


561 


Rel.ecca Blanche 

Maxwell. 




Oct. 26,1872. 




Feb. 12, 1892. 




5C2 


James Alpha 














Maxwell. 


Lillie Jane Crook. 


June 26, 1877. 


Apr. 6, 1902. 






563 


William Bruce 














Maxwell. 




July 1. 1881. 






Market. W. Va. 



GENERATION XX. 



GENERATION XX. 



OP FAMILY. 



CONSORT. 



MABRIAGE. 



BESIDENCE. 



The Children of James Maxwell (XIX 285) and Abigael Ann Osbobne. 



Flora Columbia 

Maxwell. 
Amy Louisa 

Maxwell. 
Charles Lewis 

Maxwell. 
John Boswell 

Maxwell. 
James Archibald 

Maxwell. 



A. L. Ward. 
F. A. Fisher. 



Ida Jane Stout. 



July 22, 1860. 
Jan. 20,1862. 
Oct. 4, 1863. 
Nov. 15, 1864. 
Sept. 14, 1866. 



Oct. 6, 1884. 
Mar. 1885. 



Sept. 13, 1858. 



Jan. 23,1864. 
May 24, 1903. 
Oct. 19,1866. 



Volga, W. Va. 
Leopold, W. Va. 



West Union, W. Va. 



The CHn,DBEN of James Maxwell (XIX 285) and Rachel Ann Lambebt. 



569 


Olive Maud 








1 




Maxwell. 




Oct. 11,1877. 






West Union, W. Va. 


570 


Jennie Boyd 

Maxwell. 




Apr. 15,1880. 






West Union, W. Va. 


571 


Cora Gay Maxwell. 




Apr. 18, 1882. 






West Union, W. Va. 



The Children of Robert Maxwell (XIX 287) and Louisa Osborn. 



Robinson. Oct. 13, 



July 31, 1884. Aug. 21, 1899. jNew Mernia, Neb. 



The Children of Edwin Maxwell (XIX 2SS) and Loretta Shuttleworth. 



Edwin Maxwell. 
Haymond Maxwell. 



Nov. 16, 1873. 
Oct. 24,1879. 



Seattle, Wash. 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 



The Children of John Maxwell (XIX 289) and Emilene Shannon. 



575 1 Virginia Maxwell. 

576 I Flora Maxwell. 

577 Ellen Jane Maxwell. 



Alvin K. Clark. 
Fliram Lynch. 
Tazewell Jones. 



Aug. 4, 1856. 
Mar. 11, 1858. 
Aug. 30, 1860. 



June 12, 1884. 
May 9, 1882. 
Feb. 8, 1887. 



Jefferson. Kans. 
Robertsville, Mo. 
Robertsville, Mo. 



164 



THE SMITH KECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



OF FAMILY. CONSORT. 



MAKBIAGE. DEATH. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Rufus Maxwell (XIX 290) and Sabah Jane Bonnitield. 



WUson Bonnifield 

Maxwell. 

Anziletta Elizabeth 
Maxwell. 

Mary Angelina 

Maxwell. 



Dorcas Angelica 

Maxwell. 
Hu Maxwell. 
Cyrus Haymond 

Maxwell. 
Thomas Edwin 

Maxwell. 
John Franklin 

Maxwell, 
lievi Hendron 

Mariwell. 
Charles Joseph 

Maxwell. 
Robert Rufus 

Maxwell. 
Anna Catharine 
I Maxwell. 



Caroline Howell 
I Lindsey. 



I. William S. M. 

Spesert, 
II. W. Abraham 

Lipscomb. 

Oliver Lowther. 
Anna H. Humphreys, 

Melvina Jane Adams. 

never married. 

lona V. Piper. 
Georgia Jane 

Humphries 

unmarried. 

Elsie Mae Pruitt. 



Apr. 


17 


1853. 


Oct. 


26 


1855. 


Aug 


13 


1857. 

i 


Jan. 24,1859. 
Sept. 22, 1860. 


Mar. 22, 1863. 


Jan. 


12 


1865. 


Feb. 


16 


1867. 


Mar 


9 


1869. 


Feb. 


23 


1871. 


Jan. 


17 


1874. 


Feb. 


7 


1877. 



July 14. 1876. 

I. Sept. 25, 1874. 

II. Sept. 11, 1890. 

1876. 
Deo. 8, 1891. 

July 6, 1887. 

July 31, 1894. 
Oct. 19, 1893. 

Dec. 24, 1898. 



Elkins, W. Va. | 

Yager, Cal. 

South Bend, Ind. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

Morgantown, W. Va. 

Fresno, Cal. 
Fresno, Cal. 
Kaiifman, Texas. 



Nov. 4,1899. 
Jan. 26.1879. 



The Children of THO^rAS Jefferson Maxwell (XIX 293) and Jennett George. 



Lewis Robert 

Maxwell. 
William Thomas 

Maxwell. 
Miiry Frances 

Maxwell. 
Ilonry George 

Maxwell. 
Rebecca .Tane 

Maxwell. 
Marshall P. 

Maxwell. 
Marion Levi 

Maxwell. 



unmarried. 
Mary L. Lewis. 
Ira Kenworthy. 

Joseph Staggers. 

Mary Ann Armstrong 



July 


31. 1836. 


Feb. 


13. 1838. 


Mar 


24, 1840. 


Feb. 


18, 1842. 


Dec. 


8, 1843. 


Sept 


18. 1846. 


Apr. 


26, 18.50. 



May 16.1861. 
Nov. 25, 1857. 



Jan. 10. 1847. 



Feb. 15, 1851. 



Stacyville, la. 
Creston. la. 



GENERATION XX. 



165 



GENERATION XX. 



OP FAMILY. 



MARBIAOE. DEATH. 



The Childken of Frances Black Maxwell (XIX 294) and Willlam Boggs. 



Robert Maxwell 

Boggs. 
Minerva Helen 

Boggs. 
Frances Sylvia 



nattie Haigiss. 
L. L. Benson. 
Byron Bunker. 



Mar. 23, 1837. 
Feb. 23, 1840. 
Dec. 22, 1842. 



Aug. 12,1862. 
Oct. 22,1862. 



Aug. 9,1897. 
Mar. 24, 1894. 



Cardington, O. 
Salado, Texas. 



The Childben of Rebecca Howell Maxwell (XIX 297) and Joseph Lefemse. 



i Virginia C. Lefevre. 
I Columbia Lefevre. 
j John Lefevre. 
I Addie Lefevre. 
I Lillie Lefevre. 
I Edwin P. Lefevre. 

Frederic Lefevre. 



D. L. Musselman. 
never married, 
never married. 
William Coe. 
never married. 
I. Florence Hale. 

II. Jenkins. 

never married. 



Lincoln. Neb. 



The Children of Meiggs Lewis Maxwell (XIX 298) axd Margaret Ann McMillen. 



607 


Winfield Scott 




. 












Maxwell. 


Susan Crura. 


Oct. 9, 1847. 


Dec. 25,1866. 






Winfield. Kans. 


«08 


Robert Rienzi 
















Maxwell. 


Iris Jones. 


Oct. 27,1849. 


Oct. 27,1872. 






Cardington, O. 


609 


John Franklin 
















Maxwell. 


Clara Sweeney. 


Mar. 12. 1851. 






Springfield. O. 


610 


Frances Emma 














Maxwell. 




Nov. 4.1852. 




Oct. 


9,18.">. 


611 


Amy Jane Maxwell. 


Leander W. Smith. 


Sept. 19. 1854. 


Mar. 30, 1876. 


hVb 


10.1883. Salubria, Idaho. 


612 


Lewis Kent 














Maxwell. 


Mary Claypool. 


May 27, 1857. 






Toledo, O. 


613 


Mary Ellen 














Maxwell. 


David Orr. 


Dee. 17, 1858. 


Sept. 16. 1883. 




|Mt. Pleasant. 0. 


614 












1 




Maxwell. 




Oct. 24. 1860. 




Oct 


5, 18&3. 1 


615 


Margaret Rebecca 










1 




Maxwell. 


Frank Jones. 


Feb. IX 18r..S. 


Dec. 24.1884. 






Smithton. W. Va. 



THE SMITH KECOED. 



GENERATION XX. 



OP FAMILY. 



MAKBIAGE. 



BESIDBNCB. 



The Children of Meiggs Lewis Maxwell (XIX 29S) and Samantha Minebva Oliver. 



XX 


1 






G16 


Allen Oliver 














Maxwell. 


Flora Belle Benedict. 


July 16, 1868. 


Nov. 26,1891. 




Columbus, 0. 


617 


Miaa Luolla 

Maxwell. 




June 17, 1870. 






Toledo, 0. 


618 
















Maxwell. 


Euretha Campbell. 


Apr. 1, 1872. 


Apr. 20,1897. 


Marion, O. 



The Children of Cabolina Amanda Maxwell (XIX 299) and Benjamin Franklin McMillen. 



619 


Listen Eberly 

McMillen. 




Jan. 27,1846. 




Dec. 22, 1846. 




620 


Listen Maxwell 














McMillen. 




Dec. 10, 1847. 


Sept. 14, 1901. 




Oskaloosa, la. 


621 


Leoni McMillen. 




Jan. 16,1850. 






Oskaloosa, la. 


622 


Lawrence W. 

McMillen. 




Nov. 31, 18.51. 




Feb. 10, 1865. 




623 


Lena McMillen. 


William Sleeper 














Windle. 


.Tune 4, 18G5. 


Apr. 29.1903. 




Oskaloosa, la. 



The Children of Mary Malvina Maxwell (XIX 300) and Alexander Ireland. 



624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
629 
630 



Caroline Bell 

Ireland. I Louis C. Haddox. 
Corydou Boyd 

Ireland. Metta L. McChesney. 
Lillie Love 

Ireland. 
Rosalind Castara 

Ireland. 
Mary Alexandria 

Ireland. 
Elba Nile Ireland. 



Virginia V. Ireland. 



Stephen Cunard 

Kingman 
William Frew 

Duncan 



July 


14 


1852 




Dec. 


21 


1854 




Feb. 


18 


1857 




Oct. 


10 


1858 




Mar 


16, 1862 




July 27 
June 3 


1865 
1869 





Oct. 


4, 1870. 


Sept. 


14, 1882. 


Nov. 


29, 1883. 


May 


5, 1891. 



Dec. 20,1875. 
Mar. 21, 1875. 



Columbus, O. 

Churchville, N. Y. 

Cardington, O. 

Cardington, O. 

Mt. Gilead, O. 

Findlay, O. 
Cardington, O. 



GENERATION XX. 



167 



GENERATION XX. 



INDEX MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



The Children of Emma Ann Maxwell (XIX 302) and Sylvenus W. Page. 



Robert Eugene 

Page. 
Redmond 

Wellington Page. 
Clyde Sylvenus 

Page. 



Ethel Lawton. 


July 18, 


Grace A. Sabln. 


July 6, 


Charlotte E. Newman. 


May 5, 



Dec. 17,1902. 
June 1, 1898. 
Sept. 6, 1893. 



New York City. 
San Francisco, Oal. 
San Francisco, Cal. 



The Children of DeWitt Clinton Peck (XIX 306) and Belinda Smith. 



634 


Ellsworth A. Peck. 


Ada Emerson Cutter. 


Apr. 3, 1852. 
Mar. 30, 1854. 


Sept. 18, 1878. 




Pine Bluff, Ark. 




Leman B. Peck. 


Alice Bartlett. 


Nov. 29,1879. 




St. Louis, Mo. 


636 
















Peck. 




Aug. 24, 1856. 


May 15,1877. 


Oct. 26,1896. 




637 


Elsie Peck. 








Feb. 11, 1876. 





The Children of David Blackman Peck (XIX 307) and Margaret S. Faeris. 



638 
639 


Aldeu Wilmore 

Peck. 
Ellen Id,! Peck. 




Dec. 15, 1854. 
Jan. 4,1857. 




Sept. 10, 1856. 
June 29, 1857. 




640 


Arthur Clermont 














Peck. 


Frances E. Potter. 


Nov. 14, 1858. 






Denver. Col. 


641 


James Farris Peck. 


Frances H. White. 


Dec. 12, 1860. 




Dec. 10, 1892. 


Tiffin, O. 


642 


Laura Gertrude 














Peck. 


William Edgel. 


June 12, 1866. 




Sept. 10, 1891. 




643 


Virgil Wait Peck. 


Bessie Talmage. 


Jan. 8,1872. 









The Children of David Blackman Peck (XIX 307) and Jennie Evans. 



May 29, 1876. Mar. 17, 



Gardington, O. 



168 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



UBUBEB OF FAMII-I. 



RESIDBNCX. 



The Children of Tarleton Peck (XIX 309) and Maby Jane Ockeb. 



645 ' John Sherman Peck. ! I. Margaret Faust. 
I ill. Mary Louisa 

1 I Cecil. 

646 'Elva May Peck. William H. CecU. 



Jan. 19,1861. 
Oct. 30,1866. 



I. Dee. 18, 1881. 



Cardingtou, O. 
Cardington. O. 



The Childeen of Mineeva Jane Peck (XIX 310) and George R. Cunningham. 



647 I Mary Cunningham. 

648 John Cunningham. 



The Chh-deen of Amy Swisheb (XIX 315) and Thomas Ctjkl. 



The Children of John C. Thompson (XIX 316) and Margaret McGregor. 



Sarah Thompson. 
Mary Jane 

Thompson. 



neyer married, 
never married. 



About 1836. 
About 1842. 



1856. jNoblestown, Pa. 
1883. loakdaJe, Pa. 



The Children op Sarah Stanley Thompson (XIX 317) and John Potter Ewino. 



Amos Grier Ewing. 
Samuel Cunningham 

Ewing. 
Sarah Ewing. 
John Addison 

Ewing. 
Alicena S. Ewing. 
Elizabeth Marian 

Ewing. 



Stella C. Coan. 



Joseph J. Mathews. 
Frank Foote. 



Feb. 11, 1837. 



Oct. 31,1845. 
Dec. 9,1853. 



Dec. 21, 1871. 



Apr. 20,1865. 
Apr. 28,1890. 



Apr. 15,1880. 
July 3, 1879. 



Dec. 12, 1849. 
Mar. 26. 1885. 



Ogden, Utah. 
Lincoln University. 
Pa. 



GENERATION XX. 



GENERATION XX. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MABKIAGB. DEATH. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childken of Susan Thompson (XIX 319) and Thomas Thobnbubo. 



658 ; Cordelia Thornburg. 

659 ; Frank Thornburg. | 

660 Florence Thornburg. 



TjOS Angeles, Cal. 
Pittsburg. Pa. 
Los Angeles, Oal. 



The Childeen or Susanna Robinson (XIX 322) and Whxiam Tobbebt. 



661 James Torbert. 



The Childben of Robebt Newton Bbown (XIX 323) and Saeah Alexander Hodgson. 



662 


James Wilson 

Brown. 




Dec. 14, 1835. 




June 5, 1852. 




m\ 


Harriet Hodgson 














Brown. 




Sep. 12,1837. 




Apr. 21. 1859. 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


664 


Robert Hodgson 




June 9,1839. 




Dec. 6,1840. 




665 






Apr. 24, 1842. 




May 26, 1859. 




666 


Henry Alexander 

Brown. 




Dec. 7, 1844. 




Dec. 1,1865. 




667 
















Brown. 


Mary L. Brannawan. 


Dec. 28. 1850. 


Nov. 8, 1880. 




Chicago, 111. 



The Childeen or Andrew Stanley Brown (XIX 327) and Rachel H. Jones. 



James Wilson 

Brown. 
Rachel E. Brown. 
Anna M. Brown. 
Agnes E. Jones 

Brown. 
Charles Allen 

Brown. 

Ella Brown. 



Rees H. White. 



1 Sep. 15, 1842. 
! Mar. 12, 1845. 
J Feb. 6, 1847. 



Apr. 4,1852. 
Aug. 19, 1856. 
Aug. 4, 1859. 



Aug. 12. 1847. 



July 1861. 
Sept. 10. 1859. 



Honey Brook, Pa. 



Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 

Brandywine Manor, 
Pa. 

Honey Brook, Pa. 



170 



THE SJIITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XX. 



UARRIAGE. 



The Childben of Sarah S. Brown (XIX 330) and 



674 James B. Wllliama. Josephine 



. Mar. 8,1857. May 3, 



The Childben of Matthew Stanley (XIX 343) and Saeah Geobge. 



Edwin P. Staney. 
Eugene Stanley. 



The CHn,DBEN of Fbancis J. Stanley (XIX 344) and Jonathan Windle. 



677 
678 
679 
680 
681 



Laura A. Windle. 
Ella Windle. 
Martha Windle. 
Charles Windle. 
George Windle. 
Gertrude Windle. 
Stanley Windle. 
Alice Windle. 



Joseph Smiley, 
unmarried, 
unmarried, 
unmarried, 
unmarried. 
Harry Williams. 
Margaret Brown, 
never married. 



Nov. 4,1864. 
May 16, 1866. 
Oct. 16, 1869. 
Dec. 2, 1870. 
May 20, 1872. 
May 26, 1874. 




1878. 



iByers, Pa. 
Byers, Pa. 
Byers, Pa. 
Byers, Pa. 
Byers, Pa. 
[Coatesville, Pa. 
Ooatesville, Pa. 



The Childben of Sabah Ann Stanley (XIX 345) and Ephbaiji Suplee. 



685 
688 


Bertha May Suplee. 
John Morton Suplee. 


John A. Styer. 
Anna Armstrong. 


May 10, 1869. 
Sep. 9, 1870. 


Dec. 24, 1889. 




Lancaster 
Brandywic 


687 


Mary Isabella 

Suplee. 


unmarried. 


Apr. 6, 1874. 






Brandywin 


688 


Alice Etta Suplee. 


unmarried. 


Jan. 12,1879. 






Brandywin 



GENERATION XX. 



171 



GENERATION XX. 



MBMEBR or TAMILY. 



BBSIDENCB. 



The Children of P. Fbazeb Smith Stanley (XIX 347) and Mabtha Young Moffitt. 



689 Sarah Kose Stanley. 

690 Anna May Stanley. 



The Children of Benjamin Griffith Stanley (XIX 34S) and Margaret Mock. 



Glara B. Stanley. 
Anna B. Stanley. 
Howard Stanley. 



Benjamin Keebler. 
Howard Barclay, 
unmarried. 



Spring City, Pa. 
Spring City, Pa. 
>pring City, Pa. 



The Children of Elizabeth Lewis Dorlan (XIX 354) and Stephen Smith. 



Nettie Smith. 
695 I Dudley Smith. 
i Howard Smith. 



unmarried, 
unmarried, 
unmarried. 



Bloomington, III. 
Bloomington, III. 
Bloomington, III. 



The Children of Mabgahet Cunningham Kirkpatbick (XIX 35S) and Charles Fahnestock Brow: 



James K. Brown. 
Hannah Emily 

Brown. 



Sarah Smith. Mar. 8, 1850. 

P. F. Brendlinger. Jan. 18, 1852. 



Oct. 24, 1872. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
Overbrook, Pa. 



The Children of William T. Lewis (XIX 368) and Melissa May Stout. 



099 
700 

701 

702 


William Van Lewis. 
Louise Cordelia 

Lewis. 
Philemon Stout 

Lewis. 
Kate Melissa Lewis. 




June 12,1882. 

July 19, 1887. 

May 10, 1889. 
Sep. 2, 1891. 




Apr. 8,1888. 



172 



THE SMITH RECOKD. 



GENERATION XX. 



HIMBBB OF FAIOLT. 



MABRIAGB. DEATH. 



BESIDBNCE. 



The Children of Kate Lewis (XIX 369) and Richard Fleetwood Hebndon. 



XX ; 

703 Obed Lewis 

Herndon. 

704 [ Richard Fleetwood 

I Herndon. 

705 I John William 

1 Herndon. 

706 : Cordelia Mary 

Herndon. 
I 



Sep. 11.1887. 
Jan. 11,1890. 
July 22, 1892. 
Uslt. 1.1898. 



June 22. 1901. 



The Children of Brookfield Levering Neely (XIX 371) and Emilie Irene DeGrote. 



707 ! Emilie Maud Npely. 
Frederick Levering 

Neely. 
George Levering 

Neely. 
Margaret Levering 

Neely. 



709 
710 



Sep. 7. 1867. | Nov. 

Oct. 26,1904. i 



The Chh-deen of David Parker Neelt (XIX 376) and Adele McCaughey. 



Clara Ella Neely. 
Laura Adelp Neely. 
Rebecca Junkins 

Neely. 
Walter Neely. 



GENERATION XX. 173 

Ida Parkinson Futhey (XX 1). Her husband, William Bowen Brinton, 
born November 3, 1842, died March 17, 1883, eldest son of John Bowen Brin- 
ton, M.D., and his wife, born Eleanor Irwin, was a physician, a graduate of the 
medical school of the University of Pennsylvania. He was surgeon of the 184th 
Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Civil war. 

Estalena Miller Futhey (XX 2). Her husband, Samuel Williams, is a 
son of Thomas Williams, Jr., of Philadelphia, and his wife, born Elizabeth 
Pyle. 

Anita Ludlam Futhey (XX 3). Her husband, Edward B. Fox, is a son of 
Samuel L. Fox, late of the firm of J. W. Queen & Co., opticians, Philadelphia, 
and his wife, Harriet B. Fox. 

Edwin Futhey Walker (XX 5) is in the service of the United States Ex- 
press Company. 

His wife, born Rebecca McPherson, April 11, 1863, is a daughter of Rich- 
ard and Elizabeth McPherson, of West Cain township, Chester Co., Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Martha Futhey (XX 7) is a teacher in the Glen Mills school. 

Roberta Houston Futhey (XX 9) is a teacher of music. 

Emma Pentzer (XX 13). Her husband, Thomas Edward Ingham, was 
born at Alton, 111., August 6, 1841. He went with his parents to California in 
1853. He was in the service of the United States Internal Revenue Bureau at 
Sacramento, California, and later held a position in the United States Mint at 
San Francisco, California. In the Civil war he was Lieutenant of Company B, 
Third Regiment, California Volunteers. In 1865 and 1866 he was a member 
of the Nevada Legislature. In 1870 he came to Iowa, and was graduated by 
the law department of Iowa State University in 1871. He practiced law at 
Davenport, Iowa, at the time of his marriage. At a later time he removed to 
Wilton, Iowa, where he died December 3, 1883. 

John Meek Goehring (XX 15) was born in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. 
He was graduated by the Western University of Pennsylvania, and by the law 
school of Harvard University ; was admitted to practice law in Allegheny Co., 
Pennsylvania, in 1876, where he has since been a practitioner. He was in 1895 



174 THE SMITH RECORD. 

elected a member of the Allegheny Common Covmcil, became its president in 
1899, and held that position till his election to the Senate of Pennsylvania in 
1902. Ho is the president of the congregation of the Eleventh United Presby- 
terian church of Allegheny City, and is a director of several of the local corpo- 
rations. 

Lizzie Heinz Goehring (XX 16). Her husband, Henry Smith, is a mem- 
ber of the firm of William Smith & Sons, National Foundry and Pipe "Works 
of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Lewis Stotesburg Goehring (XX 17) is a stock raiser, and a merchant of 
Wilkinsburg, and is interested in the storage business there. 

Emma Pentzer Goehring (XX 18). Her first husband, James E. Black, 
was a farmer of South Payette township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, who died 
January 5, 1886. 

Her second husband, Mimgo M. Dick, who died June 5, 1895, was a banker, 
a member of the firm of M. M. Dick & Brothers, of West Newton, Westmoreland 
Co., Pennsylvania. He was an ofiicer of Pennsylvania Volimteers during the 
Civil war, and rose to the rank of major in that service. 

Her third husband, E. E. Prugh, was a Presbyterian minister of Emsworth, 
Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. 

Amelia Porter Goehring (XX 19). Her husband, William Charles Has- 
lage, is a member of the firm of William Haslage & Sons, wholesale and retail 
grocers, of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Annie Wagner Goehring (XX 21). Her husband. Christian Steffen, is 
cashier of the Enterprise Savings Bank of Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. He 
was also treasurer of the Humboldt Fire Insurance Company. 

Henrietta Hartje Goehring (XX 22). Her husband, Stewart Eobertson, 
is a practicing physician of Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. 

Hugh Francis Porter (XX 2-3) is a locomotive engineer. 

John Grant Porter (XX 27) is in the service of the Pressed Steel Car 
Company. 



GENERATION XX. 175 

Robert Johnston Porter (XX 29) is a macliiuist. 
Arthur Bell Porter (XX 30) is a machinist. 

Herron Holstine Porter (XX 31) is a locomotive engineer on the Pittsburg 
and Western Railroad. 

Henry McClure Davidson (XX 33) was born October 2, 1867, in West 
Deer township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. He was educated in the public 
schools, and at Pennsylvania State College, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, in 1886 
and 1887. He then went to the Western University of Pennsylvania, where he 
was graduated B.S. in June, 1891, and M.S. in 1893. He read law at the Alle- 
gheny Association, of which he was appointed clerk in Jime, 1891. He was 
admitted to practice law June 16, 1893. In 1899 he was elected on the Re- 
publican ticket a member of the Common Council of Allegheny City, in which 
capacity he served for four years. He was appointed Collector of Delinquent 
Taxes of Allegheny City, May 6, 1903, and still holds that position. 

His wife, Amelia Schaefer, was of Sully Springs, Chartiers township, Alle- 
gheny Co., Pennsylvania. 

John Alexander Davidson (XX 34) is a clerk in Chicago. 

William John Porter (XX 35) is a farmer. 

George Josiah Porter (XX -±0) is a carpenter and slater. 

Mary Martha Porter (XX 42). Her husband, David Franklin Heasly, 
is a laborer. 

Lillie Jane Porter (XX 43). Her husband, Charles Seber, is an iron 
worker. 

Robert Smith Porter (XX 47) was an eye witness of the great flood of 
1889 at Johnstown, Pennsylvania. His house stood on the hillside, so that the 
water only came up to it, and no member of his family was lost. He sheltered 
in his house for several days thirty people whose homes had been destroyed. 

James Milton Porter (XX 55) is a bricklayer. 

Mary Ellen Porter (XX 61). Her husband, James Sweeny, is a plasterer. 



176 THE SMITH RECORD. 

John Fulton Porter (XX 63) is a glassworker. 

George Washington Porter (XX 65) is an elevator builder. 

Nancy McCall Porter (XX 66). Her husband, Richard Christian, is a 
moulder. 

Clara Isabell Porter (XX 67). Her husband, William Heckathom, is a 
carpenter. 

Mary Elizabeth Porter (XX 69). Her husband, James Anderson, is a 
painter. 

Emma Jane Porter (XX 70). Her husband, Stephen Hemphill, is a 
farmer. 

Eobert Arthur Gilliford (XX 78) is a physician. 

Eobert Emmett Murdoch (XX 88) is a bookkeeper for the Crucible Steel 
Company. 

Elizabeth Meek Murdoch (XX 90). Her husband, Samuel Potter Brown, 
was born in Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania, July 8, 1848. His 
parents were William Brown, of Greensburg, and his wife, born Helen Norwell 
Bruce, a daughter of Robert Bruce, D.D., who was a native of Scotland, pastor 
of the First United Presbyterian Church of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and presi- 
dent of the Western University of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Clara Enna Glass (XX 95) was born near Cochranville, Chester Co., Penn- 
sylvania. She was married in Parnassus, Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania. 

Her husband, John Calvin Stewart, born 1844, was a son of William Stew- 
art, and his wife, born Mary Hunter. They were both of Scotch-Irish descent. 
William Stewart was a farmer, and also kept a general store. 

John Calvin Stewart, at the age of eighteen years, enlisted, August 1, 1862, 
in Company F, One Hundred and Twenty-third Regiment, Pennsylvania Vol- 
unteers. When his enlistment expired he rcenlisted in Company I, Fifth Regi- 
ment of Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, and remained in the service till July 
10, 1865. He took part in the battles of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Antietam, 
Maryland, and Chancellorsville, Virginia, and in several minor engagements. 



GENERATION XX. 177 

He married, after his return from the war, Jennie, daughter of John and 
Margaret McKean, of Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania, and settled on a farm, 
but finding farm life distasteful, he sold his farm and removed to Parnassus, 
Pennsylvania, where he engaged in mercantile business. Two children were 
born to him, William Franklin Stewart and John Newton Stewart. 

His wife died February 22, 1876. 

In August, 1884, he removed to Tarentum, Pennsylvania, where he has 
since lived. He is a prominent merchant, an elder in the United Presbyterian 
church, and president of the congTegation. 

John Cresson Glass (XX 97) was born in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. 
He was educated in the public schools of New Brighton, Beaver Co., Pennsyl- 
vania, and when fourteen years of age entered the shops of the Allegheny Valley 
Eailroad Company. At the time of the death of his father, George Washington 
Glass (XIX 45), he was employed as a machinist in the shops at Verona, Penn- 
sylvania, and in 1886 he succeeded his father as master mechanic, which posi- 
tion he still holds. 

His wife, Margaret Sorby, is a daughter of William Sorby, a native of 
Wales, and his wife, born Mary Turner, a native of Sheffield, England. 

Francis James Glass (XX 98) learned the trade of carpenter at the shops 
of the Allegheny Valley Railroad Company, and worked there for several years. 
He has for a number of years held the office of Justice of the Peace in Parnassus, 
Pennsylvania, and lives on a farm near that town. 

His wife, Anne Elizabeth McElwain, is a daughter of John McElwain of 
Logan's Ferry, Allegheny Co., Peimsylvania. 

George Grant Glass (XX 100) was educated in the public schools of Pitts- 
burg, Pennsylvania, and at the Western University of Pennsylvania, where he 
made a special study of chemistry. In 1882 he was appointed chemist of the 
Leachburg Steel Works at Leachburg, Armstrong Co., Pennsylvania, where he 
remained four years, resigning that position to become chemist of the Labelle 
Steel Works in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. He still holds that position, and 
since 1901 has also been superintendent of their open-hearth furnace depart- 
ment. 

His wife, Mary McMath, is a daughter of Alexander McMath, of West- 
moreland Co., Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Mary Jane Stewart. 



178 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Robert Marshall Glass (XX 101) learned the machinist's trade in the 
shops of the Allegheny Valley Railroad Company at Verona, Pennsylvania. 
He was for several years a locomotive engineer in the service of that company, 
and since 1901 he has been their foreman of engines. 

His wife, Margaret Swank, is a daughter of John Swank, a farmer of 
Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania. 

William Bailey Glass (XX 102) was educated in the public schools of 
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and the Sewickley Academy. In 1862 he enlisted in 
the One Hundred and Pifty-fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, and 
served in the commissary department till the close of the Civil war. He is now 
a bookkeeper. 

His wife, Eliza Walters, was a daughter of Leonard Walters, of Allegheny 
City, Pennsylvania. 

Clara Ella Glass (XX 103). Her husband, Julien Morrow, served during 
the Civil war as a Sergeant of the Thirteenth Regiment of New York cavalry. 
He was in mercantile business at the time of his marriage. 

Robert Anderson Glass (XX 10-i) was educated at the public schools of 
Pittsburg, and at Westminster College, Xew Wilmington, Pennsylvania. He 
was for a number of years a locomotive engineer on the Allegheny Valley Rail- 
road. 

John Porter Glass (XX 105) commenced his business career as bookkeeper 
for the Intelligencer Publishing Company of 'Wheeling, West Virginia, in July, 
1884. In July, 1895, he was made secretary and assistant general manager of 
that company, and served in that capacity till September, 1902. He is now 
secretary for the Crystal Glass Company, Bridgeport, Ohio. He is also pro- 
prietor of the Daily Oil Review of Sistersville, West Virginia. He has been, 
since February, 1890, an officer of the First Regiment of Infantry of the West 
Virginia Xational Guards, of which, since June, 1901, he has been the major. 

His wife, Mamie Eleanor Hamilton, is a daughter of Isaac Young Hamil- 
ton, of Washington, Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Eleanor Ruth. 

Montgomery Walker Glass (XX 100) is a practicing physician of Beech 
Bottom, Brooke Co., West Virginia. 

His wife, Nannie Winters, is of Greene Co., Pennsylvania. 



GENERATION XX. 179 

Henry C. Glass (XX 107) is agent for a fruit nursery. 

His wife, Emma F. Bell, is of West Alexander, Pennsylvania. 

Robert Porter Glass (XX 108) is a blacksmith. 

His wife, Mattie Gibson, is of West Alexander, Pennsylvania. 

Alexander Walker Glass (XX 109) is a machinist. He has been employed 
in the mechanical department of the Westinghouse Air Brake Company since 
1883. 

His wife, Alice McCulloiigh, is of Cumberland, Maryland. 

Robert Glass Johnston (XX 110) was an express messenger in the service 
of Wells, Fargo & Company. 

Alfred John Johnston (XX 111) was bom in Nevada Co., California. 
He has lived in Sacramento, California, since 1868. He learned the trade of 
a printer in the California State printing office, over whose management he, in 
later life, presided for twelve years. In 1882 he became one of the partners of 
Lewis fr Johnston, printers, of whose business he became the sole proprietor on 
the death of Mr. Lewis in 1886. He still holds that position. In 1890 he was 
appointed by Governor H. H. Markham, of California, superintendent of State 
printing, and continued to hold that position by repeated election for twelve 
years. His business is now carried on under the style of the A. J. Johnston 
Company, and includes bookselling and stationery as well as printing. 

His wife, born Luella Buckniinster, was of San Francisco, California. 

George AValter Johnston (XX 112) was a student of more than ordinary 
ability, his tastes inclining him to scientific pursuits, but his health was not 
good enough to permit him to engage in active business pursuits. 

Emma Belle Johnston (XX 113). Her husband, William Prouty, is 
superintendent of the wholesale and retail stationery house of the A. J. Johnston 
Company of Sacramento, California. 

Robert Grier White, Jr., (XX 114) died at Camp Curtin, near Harris- 
burg, Pennsylvania, while in his country's service during the Civil war. 

Thomas Henry White (XX 115) was born at McConnellsburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. He was graduated A.M., Princeton, 1867, and M.D., Jefferson Medical 



180 THE SMITH RECORD. 

College, 1870. After practicing medicine for two years at Williamsburg, Blair 
Co., Pennsylvania, he removed to Connellsville, Pennsylvania, where he now 
lives. He is a member of the County, the State, and the American Medical As- 
sociations, member of the staff of surgeons of the Cottage State Hospital in Con- 
nellsville, and secretary of its Board of Trustees, surgeon for the Baltimore 
and Ohio Eailroad Company, and the representative for Fayette county on the 
State Board of Health. 

His wife, Clara Virginia Ake, was a daughter of William Harrison Ake, 
and his wife, born Susanna Amelia Neff — the former a grandson of William 
Ake, a prosperous German merchant, who founded the town of Williamsburg, 
Blair Co., Pennsylvania, and the latter of a French Huguenot family, which 
trace their descent back to the beginning of the thirteenth century. Susanna 
Amelia Neff is a first cousin of William Lewis Neff who married Anna Mary 
White (XX 116). 

Anna Mary White (XX IIG). Her husband, William Lewis Xeff, was 
graduated A.il., Lafayette, 1854. He was a Captain during the Civil war. 

Laura Hemans White (XX 118) was graduated by the Female Seminary, 
Steubenville, Ohio. Her life has been largely devoted to travel and to study. 

Eobert Hall White (XX 119) was for thirty years a surgeon in the U. S. 
Army, in which service he reached the rank of Major. He resigned his position 
in 1898, since which time he has been engaged with siiccess in mining in Cali- 
fornia and in South Africa. 

William McCrca White (XX 120) was graduated by Jefferson College, 
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. He was a clergyman, first of the Presbyterian 
church, and afterward of the Methodist Episcopal church, and was, in his later 
years, attached to the conference of New Jersey. 

Henry Kirke White (XX 121) was graduated by Jefferson College, Penn- 
sylvania. At the time of his death he was serving as Assistant Surgeon, LTnited 
States Volunteers, at the hospital at Xewbern, North Carolina, during the Civil 
war. 

Anna White King (XX 122). Her husband, Herman Biggs, was born 
in New York. He was graduated by the West Point Military Academy, July, 



GENERATION XX. 181 

185G. lie served throughout the Civil war, received several brevets in the 
regular service, rising to the brevet rank of Colonel, March 13, 1865. He was 
also Brevet Brigadier-General United States Volunteers, March 8, 1865. He 
died October 11, 1887. 

William Howard King (XX 123) was graduated at Princeton College, 
1862. He was a siirgeon in the United States Army from 1862 to his death, 
which occurred in Philadelphia. 

Alice King (XX 12-1) is j^rofessor of literature in Coe College, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

Henry King (XX 125) was graduated by the Polytechnic College of Phila- 
delphia in 1866 as a civil engineer. In that capacity he assisted in building 
the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, and other western railroads. He wa-i 
afterward engaged in silver mining. 

Emilie Augusta King (XX 126). Her husband, James Joy, is a son of 
James F. Joy. They have no children. 

Edwin White Moore (XX 127), born at Harrisville, Butler Co., Pennsyl- 
vania, is a lawyer. 

His wife, Helen Lyman Miller, is of Chicago, Hlinois. 

Anna Martha Moore (XX 128), born at Brady's Bend, Armstrong Co., 
Pennsylvania, died of scarlet fever at Williamsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Nathan Grier Moore (XX 129), born at Cherry Tree, Indiana Co., Penn- 
sylvania, is a lawyer, a member of the law firm of Wilson, Moore & Mcllvaine, 
of Chicago, Illinois. 

His wife, Anna Walker, is of Peoria, Illinois. 

Sarali Catharine Moore (XX 130), born at Cherry Tree, Indiana Co., 
Pennsylvania, was married at La Crosse, Wisconsin. Her husband. Jay Ralph 
Bloom, is a newspaper editor. 

Clara Wyckoff Moore (XX 131), born in Williamsburg, Blair Co., Penn- 
sylvania, was educated in Philadelphia. Her husband, Charles Albert Shot- 
well, born ISTew York City November 20, 1846, is a grain kiyer of Indianapolis. 



182 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Anna Martha Fullerton (XX 133) was born in Agra, India. When, after 
her father's death in 1865, his family returned to America in a sailing ship, 
reaching Boston, Massachusetts, early in 1866, Anna, as the oldest of seven 
children, had to take charge of the family on shipboard, her mother being worn 
out and prostrated. After her arrival in Philadelphia she completed her educa- 
tion and qualified herself as a teacher. While teaching she studied medicine, 
and was graduated M.D., 1882, by the Women's Medical School of Philadel- 
phia. She was for several years a professor in that institution, and had charge 
of the Women's Hospital connected with it from September, 1886, to Septem- 
ber, 1896. From 1896 to 1899 she was engaged in the private practice of medi- 
cine in Philadelphia. She went to India in the latter year, and in October, 
1899, she became a member of the faculty of the Medical School for Women 
in Ludhiana, India, and had the supervision of the hospital connected with the 
school. Three years later she joined her sister Mary in Patehgarh, India, and 
became interested in medical work in connection with the Presbyterian Mission 
there. She is now (1905) in this country on leave of absence. She bears a 
high reputation in Philadelphia, both as physician and surgeon, and as an ad- 
ministrative officer. 

Dora Fullerton (XX 134) was born in Agra, India. Her husband, Leon- 
ard Waldo, born May 4, 1853, is a son of Frederic Augustus Waldo, and his 
wife, born Frances Leonard. The Waldo family claims to be descended from 
Peter Waldo, founder of the sect of the Waldenses. 

Leonard Waldo, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, was graduated. Harvard, S.D., 
1879 ; Yale, A.M., 1880. He was for some years attached to the staff of the 
astronomical observatory at Cambridge, Massachusetts, in charge of the railroad 
time service. In 1874 he was a member of the expedition which observed in 
New Zealand the transit of Venus, and in 1878 he went to Fort Worth, Texas, 
in a similar capacity to observe the total eclipse of the sun. 

After leaving the service of Harvard University he was for several years 
connected with tlie observatory at Yale University. 

After the death of his first wife he married, in 1887, Ada Louise Purdy, of 
Xew York. 

Mary Fullerton (XX 135) was born in Agra, India. After finishing her 
education in Philadelphia, she went, in 1877, to India as a missionary of the 
American Presbyterian church, and was assigned to the work of teaching in 
the school for the children of missionaries at Woodstock, in the Himalaya 



GENERATION XX. 183 

Mountains. She returned to America on furlough in 1887, and remained to 
care for her mother, whose health was declining. After her mother's death in 
1895, Mary returned to India and took up her mission work in connection with 
the Farukhabad Mission. She had the pleasure of living and working at Fateh- 
garh, which was the scene of the labor of her parents after the Sepoy rebellion 
of 1857. 

Emma White Fullerton (XX 136) was born in the fort of Agra during the 
Sepoy rebellion. She had decided artistic ability. She pursued her art studies 
in several studios in America and Europe, in the Philadelphia School of De- 
sign, where she taught for a time, and in the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts, but her early death prevented the realization of the artistic success which 
her friends anticipated for her. 

George Stuart Fullerton (XX 137) was born at Fatehgarh, India. He was 
graduated by the University of Pennsylvania, A.B. 1879, A.M. 1882 ; Yale, 
B.D. 1883 ; Muhlenberg, Ph.D. 1892, and LL.D. 1903. After his graduation 
at the University of Pennsylvania, he pursued post-graduate studies in theology 
and philosophy at Princeton and Yale. He was licensed to preach in the 
Presbyterian church, and was afterward ordained to the ministry of the 
Protestant Episcopal church. He became an instructor in the University of 
Pennsylvania in 1883, and professor of philosophy in 1887. From 1894 to 
1896 he was Dean and Vice-Provost, holding the latter position till 1898. In 
1904 he accepted a research professorship in philosophy in Columbia University. 
His special line of study has been in philosophy and psychology. He was in 
1896 president of the American Psychological Association, and he has written 
several books relating to his special subjects of investigation. He is a member 
of the American Philosophical Association. 

His first wife, Kebekah Daingerfield Smith, was a daughter of David Boyd 
Smith, of Alexandria, Virginia. She died May 4, 1892. 

Edward Grier Fullerton (XX 138) was born at Landour, India. He was 
graduated B.xY., University of Pennsylvania, 1883 ; M.A., Princeton, 1886 ; 
B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1889; Ph.D., Yale, 1896, and D.D., 
Lafayette, 1904. He was from 1891 to 1904 pastor of the Park Street Con- 
gregational church of Bridgeport, Connecticxit, and is now pastor of the First 
Presbyterian church of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 

His wife. Flora Cooper Brown, is a daughter of Eobert Brown, Jr., of Xevv 
Haveji, Connecticut. 



184 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Elizabeth Eiclimond Marsden (XX 140). Her husband, William Harvey 
Cooke, born January 1, 1829, died March 21, 1879, was a physician. 

Kobert Smith Grier (XX 144) was a driiggist. 

His wife, Sarah Jane Major, born May 27, 1847, is a daughter of Alex- 
ander Major, of Adams Co., Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Matilda Elliott, 
of Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. 

After Robert Smith Grier's marriage he lived in Lexington, McLean Co., 
Illinois, till 1898, when he removed to California. 

John Caldwell Grier Happersett (XX 150) was graduated M.D., Jefferson 
Medical College, 1859. He entered the United States Army as surgeon in 1861, 
and remained in that service till his death, reaching the rank of major. 

His wife, Emily Kirby Trout, was a daughter of Thomas Troiit, of Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

Margaret Ralston Happersett (XX 151) was a teacher. 

Melchi Horace Graham Happersett (XX 152). His death resulted from 
his nine months' imprisonment in Libby prison, Richmond, Virginia, during 
the Civil war. 

His wife, Anna E. Ganson, was of Urbana, Ohio. 

Robert White Happersett (XX 154) was an assistant superintendent of 
Bradstreets' Mercantile Agency in New York. He was killed in a railroad 
collision near Plainfield, New Jersey. 

Agnes Grier Happersett (XX 155). Her husband, Orlando B. Kelly, was 
of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. He died May, 1886. 

Anna Graham Happersett (XX 157). Her husband, Theodore B. Allen, 
was of Romney, West Virginia. 

Thomas Graham Happersett (XX 158). His wife, Elizabeth C. Wiggin, 
was of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

A. G. Bowen Parke (XX 159) is a physician. 

His wife, Mary L. Black, is of Pequea, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. 

John Grier Parke (XX 160). His wife, Helen Ida Fdack, died in 1898. 



GENERATION XX. 185 

Thomas Henry Parke (XX 161). His wife, Mary Jane Liggett, was boru 
near Guthrieville, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. She is a sister of Rev. J. A. 
Liggett, late of Rahway, New Jersey. 

Agnes Grier Parke (XX 163). She and her sister, Jane Ralston Parke 
(XX 165), live in the house where their great grandparents, Susanna Smith 
and Nathan Grier, lived more than a century ago. 

Jane Ralston Parke (XX 165). Her husband, Charles Kennedy, is a 
farmer. 

Mary Jones Geiger (XX 170). Her husband, William Augustus Heitsher, 
died May, 1904. He was a descendant of Jacob Heidschiih, who, in 1728, 
settled in Jjoudoun Co., Virginia. 

Philip Small Geiger (XX 173). His wife, Mary E. Tucker, born Sep- 
tember 13, 1847, is a daughter of Thomas Tucker, and his wife, born Mary E. 
Hardey. 

William Gildersleeve Parke (XX 174) finished his education at the 
Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pennsylvania. He has been, since 1871, in the 
coal and lumber business, chiefly of late as a mine owner and operator. 

His wife's (Helen E. Ackley) father was largely engaged in the cattle busi- 
ness in the West. Her grandfather was Judge Ackley, Avho was one of the 
Connecticut settlers of Bradford Co., Pennsylvania. Her mother was a Miss 
Bosworth, who was a granddaughter of William Camp, of Camptown, Bradford 
Co., Pennsylvania. The family is of English origin. 

Annie Melanie Parke (XX 178). Her husband, Thomas Henry Atherton, 
born July 14, 1853, is a son of William Henry, of Nazareth, Pennsylvania, and 
his wife, born Sarah Perkins Atherton. William Henry, born August 15, 1794, 
died March, 1878, was a son of Judge William Henry, of Lancaster, Pennsylva- 
nia. Sarah Atherton, born 1805, died July 7, 1895, was a daughter of Elisha 
Atherton, of Wyoming, Pennsylvania. Thomas Henry Atherton was first named 
Thomas Atherton Henry. He changed his name in 1870 with the full consent 
of his parents, to take that of his mother's brother, who was childless. He was 
graduated A.B., Princeton, 1874, and was admitted to practice law in 1876. 
He has since followed that profession. 

Samuel Maxwell Parke (XX 179) is a lawyer. He was graduated A.B., 
Yale, 1882. 



186 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Charles Eiggs Parke (XX 180) was graduated M.D., 1884, by the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons of Xew York, which is the medical department of 
Columbia University. He was a brigade surgeon, with the rank of major, in 
the American army in the Spanish war of 1898. He is now practicing medi- 
cine in Florence, Italy. He has no children. 

Victoria M. Parke (XX 181). Her husband, James Hillis Massey, was 
born August 21, 1852, in Alexandria, Virginia. His parents were William 
Duncan Massey, and his wife, born Mary Kinsey; and his grandparents were 
Henry Whiting Massey, of Virginia, who died in 1828, and his wife, born Jane 
Duncan, of Coleraine, Londonderry, Ireland. 

William Duncan Massey was born in Xew York City August, 1816. Upon 
the death of his father he removed to Alexandria, Virginia. He served for 
many years in the Virginia Legislature, was for some years mayor of Alex- 
andria, Virginia, and was its postmaster from 1861, when he was appointed 
by President Lincoln, to 1870, when he died. His wife survived him but one 
month. 

James Hillis Massey went, in 1868, to Philadelphia, where he studied 
pharmacy. In 1875 he removed to Washington, where he has since been em- 
ployed in the drug business. 

Luberta M. Parke (XX 182). Her husband, Edward Powers Davis, was 
born June 15, 1856, in Washington, District Columbia. He entered the United 
States Railway Mail service in 1880, in which service he is still engaged. 

Bertha M. Parke (XX 183). Her husband, Daniel A. Bay, is a son of 
Hugh and Laura Bay, of Harford Co., ]\Iaryland. 

Mary G. Parke (XX 185). Her husband, J. Eoss Scarborough, is a son 
of Isaac and Susan Jane Scarborough, of Harford Co., ]\raryland. 

Martha P. Parke (XX 187). Her husband, Edward A. Wilson, is a son 
of Archibald and Hannah J. Wilson, of Harford Co., Maryland. 

Carrie Atwood Worrall (XX 191) has no children. 

Persifor Upham Thompson (XX 197) is a physician. 

Warren Woodward Eichards (XX 204) is a designer of wall paper and of 
church decorations. 



GENERATION XX. 187 

Mary Haven Eichards (XX 207). Her husband, Alfred Wilson Lawton, 
is a son of Alfred Lawton, of Pottsville, Pennsylvania. He was a coal mer- 
chant of Bere-en Point, New Jersev, and is now cashier in an insurance office. 



William Miller Eichards (XX 208) is engaged in mining at Leadville, 
Colorado. 

His wife, Julia Florence Eyon, is a daughter of John Eyon, a leading law- 
yer of Pottsville, Pennsylvania. They have no children. 

Charles Sheafe Eichards (XX 210). His wife, Jessie M. Pierce, died 
June 27, 1888. They had no children. 

Elizabeth Smith Eichards (XX 212). Her husband, Henry M. Hook, is 
editor of a paper for the "Immigration and Capitalist Bureau of the South and 

Southwest." 

Frank H. Smith (XX 221). His mother died soon after his birth, and 
his father died before he was five years old. He was taken into the family of 
his uncle, "Vincent Henry Smith, and afterward into that of his uncle, Frank 
Nichols, of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, but he left his home in 1858, and has never 
been heard of since. 

Charles McKnight Looser (XX 225) was born in Eeading, Pennsylvania. 
He was graduated at the West Point Military Academy in 1861, and appointed 
Second Lieutenant of the Second Dragoons, United States Army. He served 
throughout the Civil war, at first on the defenses of Washington City, and after- 
ward with the Army of the Potomac. He was taken prisoner at Trevilian Sta- 
tion, Virginia, June, 186-i, and remained a prisoner of war till January 18, 
1865, when he rejoined the Army of the Shenandoah, of which he was appointed 
Provost Marshal-General, which position he held till the close of the war. He 
resigned from the army October 19, 1865. 

He participated in forty battles, and received brevets in all the grades of 
the service up to that of Colonel. 

His first wife, Georgiana Close Smith, born April 26, 1842, died March 
4, 1878, was a daughter of Isaac Smith, and his wife, born Phoebe Horton, of 
Whitestone, Long Island. 

His second wife, Julia Helen Eepplier, born November 28, 1849, was a 
daughter of George Sebastian Eepplier, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who was 



188 THE SMITH RECORD. 

in his early life a coal operator of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, and was later a coal 
merchant of Philadelphia, and his wife, born Julia Kirchenthal. 

Sidney Harvey Loeser (XX 227). Her husband, Morton Mcllvaine, is a 
son of William Mcllvaine, and his wife, born Sarah Morton, of Beading, Penn- 
sylvania. He is engaged with his father and brother in the manufacture of 
iron. 

"William Darling Wilcox (XX 229). His wife, Anna Hollingsworth Fair- 
lamb, born, Philadelphia, August 30, 1845, died January 12, 1889. 

Eichard Wells Darling (XX 234) is a graduate of Amherst College, 1876, 
and later, Albany Law School. He is a lawyer of New York City. 

Henry Darling, Jr., (XX 238) is a graduate of Amherst College, 1885. 
He is a lawyer of Utica, New York. 

Fanny Collier Darling ( XX 242). Her husband, Edward Niles, is a Pres- 
byterian clergyman, pastor of the South Bushwick Avenue Eeformed church of 
Brooklyn, New York, a son of Eev. Henry E. Niles, D.D., of York, Pennsyl- 
vania, who was a pastor for many years of the Presbyterian church in that city. 

Mary Butter Darling (XX 247). Her husband, William Thomas Smed- 
ley, born in Chester county, March 26, 1858, was a son of Peter Smedley, and 
his wife Amy. He studied art in America and in Paris, has been largely en- 
gaged for a number of years as an illustrator for Harper's and other standard 
periodicals. He is a portrait painter. 

Thomas Darling (XX 248) is a member of the law firm of Woodward, 
Darling & Woodward, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 

His wife, Emma Childs McClintock, is a daughter of Oliver McClintock, 
of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Clara C. Childs. 

Emily Cist Darling (XX 249). Her husband, Arthur Hillman, is a law- 
yer, and is largely engaged in corporation practice. 

Edward Darling Drown (XX 252) completed his education at the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. He was engaged in his father's business of manu- 
facturing umbrellas in Philadelphia. After his father's death, he took up the 
business of a florist at Weldon, Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania, at which he is 



GENERATION XX. lOW 

still engaged. He has been the superintendent of the Sunday-school of the 
Presbyterian church there since 1888, and an elder of the church since 1892. 

Thomas Darling Drown (XX 254) was graduated by the University of 
Pennsylvania, B.S., 1887, E.M., 1888. At the time of his death he was a chem- 
ist in the service of the Edgar Thomson Iron Company, of Braddock, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Margaretta Darling Di-own (XX 255). Her husband, Prancis Alexander 
Phelps, born May 4, 1859, is a son of John Chase Phelps, of Wilkes-Barre, 
Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Martha Wheeler Bennett. He was educated 
at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. On leaving college he en- 
tered the firm of Ziba Bennett & Company, hardware merchants, of Wilkes- 
Barre, Pennsylvania, of Avhich his grandfather, Ziba Bennett, was the founder. 
The firm name is now Phelps, Straw & Company. He is a director of the 
Wyoming National Bank. 

Vaughan Darling Drown (XX 256) was a member of the class of 1888, 
University of Pennsylvania. He left college in his senior year and entered an 
architect's ofiice. 

Elizabeth Darling Drown (XX 257). Her husband, Ziba Bennett Phelps, 
born December 7, 1870, is a brother of the husband of Margaretta Darling 
Drown (XX 255). He was graduated by Yale University, A.B., 1895. He is 
Comptroller of the Security Mutual Life Insurance Company of Binghamton, 
New York. 

Mary Elizabeth Dunning (XX 259). Her husband, John E. Dow, born 
August 6, 1842, died May 25, 1898, was a lawyer practicing in New York. 
After his death, his wife became associated with Miss Sarah Porter in her 
famous school for girls at Farmington, Connecticut. After Miss Porter's death 
in 1900, Mrs. Dow was the principal of the school till 1903, when Dr. Robert 
Porter Keep, who was the legatee under Miss Porter's will, proposed himself to 
take control of the school. Mrs. Dow then arranged to remove the staff of 
teachers to Briar Cliff Manor, a school on the Hudson river, where she is now 
at work with marked success. 

Edward Tilghman Clymer (XX 263) is an ironmaster. He was for some 
years superintendent of the Allentown Iron Company's blast furnaces, at Allen- 



190 THE SMITH RECORD. 

town, Pennsylvania, and later had charge of the blast furnaces of the Bethlehem 
Steel Company, at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 

William Hiester Clymer (XX 264) is an ironmaster. He is manager of 
the blast furnaces of the Empire Steel and Iron Company, at Topton, Pennsyl- 
vania, and Macungie, and of the Henry Clay furnaces at Keading, Pennsyl- 



Levi Smith Clymer (XX 265) was for a number of years an ironmaster. 
He has now a knitting mill, a stock farm, and other interests at Eiegelsville, 
Pennsylvania. His wife, Clara Matilda Eiegel, is a daughter of John Leidy 
Eiegel, born May 1, 1819, died December 27, 1893, who was the originator of 
the Warren Paper Mills, near Riegelsville, and had interests in a number of 
the large iron enterprises in that vicinity. 

Valeria Elizabeth Clymer (XX 266). Her husband, Samuel S Hill, is a 
physician, and is superintendent of the State Insane Asylum at Wernersvillc, 
Pennsylvania. He is a son of John Franklin Hill, D.D., a Presbyterian clergy- 
man of Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, and his wife, born Margaret Guthrie. 

Frederick Hiester Clymer (XX 267) was graduated M.E., Lafayette, 
1891. He was for several years a chemist at ironworks in Pennsylvania and 



Clement Grubb Smith (XX 269) was graduated Yale, June, 1891. He 
is in the service of the Pennsylvania Steel Company, at Harrisburg, Penn- 
sylvania. 

Heber Levi Smith (XX 270) was a special student at Harvard University. 
He has at present charge of the interests of the estate of his gi'andf ather, Clem- 
ent B. Grubb, at Codoriis, York Co., Pennsylvania, where he is carrying on a 
lumber business. 

His wife, Nelly Oliver Baer, is a daughter of George F. Baer, president 
of a large group of railroad, iron and coal companies, of Avhich the chief com- 
pany is the Reading Company, and his wife, born Emily Kimmel, of Somerset, 
Pennsylvania. 

Daisy Emily Smith (XX 272). Her husband, William Stewart Morris, 
is a son of Dr. Cheston Morris, of Philadelphia. 



GENEKATION XX. 191 

Stanley McDonald Smith (XX 273) will be graduated by Yale University 
in June, 1905. 

William Howard Smith (XX 274) is a student at St. Paul's School, Con- 
cord, Xew Hampshire. 

Lavinia Kennedy (XX 284). Her husband, Benjamin Eusk, was in the 
dry goods business. 

Clara Kennedy (XX 286). Her husband. Captain Isaac McBride, a city 
politician, at one time held the position of Clerk of the Court of Quarter Ses- 
sions of Philadelphia. 

Joseph S. Kennedy (XX 287) died of consumption. He was an actor. 

Henry Curtis Kennedy (XX 288) had at one time a store on Chestnut 
street, Philadelphia, for the sale of pianos and music. He is now a theatrical 
manager in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and Brooklyn, New York. 

Samuel Eidgway Kennedy (XX 289). His first wife, born Letitia Taylor 
Jones, May 4, 1847, died June 4, 1892, was a daughter of John Taylor Jones, 
a builder, of Philadelphia. Her mother, born Susan Savage, was first married 
to A. M. Peltz, the father of the wife of Joseph S. Kennedy (XIX 135), who 
was born Elizabeth Marquette Peltz. After A. M. Peltz's death, she married 
John Taylor Jones. Samuel Eidgway Kennedy's second wife, Alphonsine 
Dube, born in Quebec, Canada, is a daughter of Charles Timothy Dube, a 
physician and siirgeon of Eiviere Quelle, Qviebec, Canada, and his wife, born 
Euphemies Pouliot. 

Samuel Eidgway Kennedy is the head of the firm of Samuel W. Kennedy 
& Company, of Philadelphia, wholesale dealers in condensed milk, cream, eggs 
and butter. 

Catharine Ann Kennedy (XX 290). Her husband, Mahlon K. Dimgan, 
was of Doylestown, Pennsylvania. He is a painter and paper hanger. 

Mary Louisa Kennedy (XX 291). Her husband, Charles P. Levy, was a 
shipwright, who, after leaving his trade in the shipyard of his relatives, Xeafie 
& Levy, Philadelphia, went into business at Pensacola, Florida, where he and 
his wdfe died. 



192 THK SMITH RECORD. 

Ann Maria Sherborne Kennedy (XX 292) is a Quaker preacher. Her 
husband, Alfred Way, was originally from Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. He it 
a mechanical engineer. 

George Jacob Kennedy (XX 293) is a hydraulic engineer, and has been 
for some years in the service of the United States Government, constructing 
water plants at the various forts. He has recently patented a cotton harvester 
to be operated by compressed air, which promises to be of great value. 

Maurice Howard Kennedy (XX 295) was a plumber. He was crushed 
between cars and seriously injured, biit not killed, at the same place on the 
Pennsylvania Railroad where his father was killed. 

Henry Comley Kennedy (XX 296) has charge of the boys' department 
of the clothing store of Rogers, Peet & Company, New York. 

His first wife, born Mary Craft, daiighter of Edwin Craft, and his wife, 
born Elizabeth W. Gaskill, was born May .5, 1864, and died Xoveniber 16, 
1894. 

His second wife, Elizabeth M. Griscom, is a daughter of George H. Gris- 
com, and his wife^ born Frances H. Molteson. 

Franklin Baehe Kennedy (XX 208) is a coal sales agent. 

Elizabeth Peltz Kennedy (XX 300) was a school teacher. 

Joseph Sherborne Kennedy (XX 301) is engaged in newspaper work. 
His wife, Miriam Bitting, was born September, 1866. 

Emma Sherborne Kennedy (XX 303). llcr husband, William McCanna 
Laverty, is treasurer for the Pinkcrtou Construction Company, Philadelphia. 

Anna Powell (XX 305). Her husband, Charles Worthey Tack, is a son 
of Charles W. Tack, and his wife, born Margaret Boyle. They have no children. 

Susan Kennedy Powell (XX 308). Tier husband, Theodore Borden, is 
one of the firm of John Borden & Brother, manufacturers of heaters and ranges, 
Nineteenth street and Fairmount avenue, Philadelphia. He is a son of John 
Borden, and his wife, bom Elizabeth Notson, of Philadelphia. 



GENERATION XX. 193 

William Howell Powell (XX 309) was graduated from the law school of 
the University of Pennsylvania in 1892. He was a patent lawyer, his office 
being in the Mutual Life Insurance Building, at Tenth and Chestnut streets, 
Philadelphia. He died of pneumonia. 

His wife, Emilia Hunter, born 1870, is a daughter of jSTicholas Hunter, 
and his wife, born Kebecca Forney, of Moselem Furnace, Bucks Co., Pennsyl- 
vania. After her husband's death, Emilie Himter Powell married Fletcher 
Pearson, of Wyncote, Pennsylvania. 

Katharine Agnes Powell (XX 310). Her husband, Francis Milton Gril- 
let, is a bookkeeper for Peter N. Degarberg, tailor, 1431 Chestnut street, Phila- 
delphia. He is a son of Alexander Grillet, who at the outbreak of the Civil 
war was a gimmaker at the United States Arsenal at Harper's Ferry, Virginia. 
When the place was taken by the Confederate army in 1861 he came to Phila- 
delphia. Alexander Grillet's wife was born Ann Elizabeth Melhorne. 

Frances Jeannette Smith (XX 321). Her husband, James Hannah 
Austin, born Hudson, IsTew York, is a son of Albert A. Austin, of Hudson, Jfew 
York, and his wife, born Jane Hannah. 

Cecelia Beverly Smith (XX 322). Her husband, Joseph Swift Doane, 
bom, New Orleans, Louisiana, February fi, 1854, is a son of Harmon Doane, 
of Johnson, Vermont, and his wife, born Margaret Ann Mix, of Xorfolk, Vir- 
ginia. 

Bessie Alexander Smith (XX 323). Her husband, Frank Lee Gordon, 
born February 11, 1859, is a son of William McLean Gordon, and his wife, 
born Mary Elizabeth Bowman, both of JJ^ew Orleans, Louisiana. 

Blanche Smith (XX 324). Her husband, Oliver John Paul, born Xew 
Orleans, Louisiana, October 28, 1859, is a son of John Paul, of Scotland, and 
his wife Maria, who was of Ayrshire, Scotland. 

Mabel Smith (XX 325). Her liusband, William Axford Galentine, born 
Rochester, Xew York, is a son of Edwin L. Galentine, of Rochester, Xew York, 
and his wife, born Maria Price, of Rochester, Michigan. 

Alice Littell (XX 327). Her husband, Arthur Mary Cobb, is an artist. 

Philip Littell (XX 328) was graduated by Harvai-d University. He re- 
moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he was for ten years connected with the 
Milwaukee Sentinel. 



194 THE SMITH RECORD. 

His wife, Fanny Whittemore, born February 8, 1872, is a daughter of D. J. 
Whittemore, of Milwaukee. 

Lucy Parr (XX 332). Her husband, Henry Willson Temple, born 
March 4, 1864, is a son of John B. Temple, of Rochester, ISTew York, and his 
wife, born Martha B. Jameson. He was graduated A.B., Geneva College, New 
York, 1883, and B.D., Allegheny Theological Seminary, 1887. He is, since 
1887, the pastor of the First United Presbyterian church of Washington, Penn- 
sylvania, D.D., 1902, of Westminster College, and professor of history and polit- 
ical science of Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania. 

Margaret Correy Parr (XX 333). Her husband, Daniel Mackenzie Camp- 
bell, born Glasgow, Scotland, April 2, 1861, came to America in 1882. He is a 
son of Colin Campbell, and his wife, born Elizabeth Lang, both of Scotland. 
He is an investment broker, and a member of the Pittsburg Stock Exchange. 

John Beaton Parr (XX 334) is a machinist. 

Samuel Eobert Slaymaker (XX 337) is a physician. 

Henry Montgomery Slaymaker (XX 338) is a manufacturer. His wife, 
Elizabeth Ruthvom, is a daughter of Samuel Ruthvorn, of Denver, Colorado. 

Agnes Bowman Slaymaker (XX 342) is a teacher of drawing in schools 
near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

Philip Kuhns Slaymaker (XX 343) is a mechanical engineer. His wife, 
Carrie Newel Eidgley, is of Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. 

Anna Frazer Slaymaker (XX 344) is a student of music of Pitts Conserv- 
atory of Music at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

James Aertsen Darrach (XX 345) is an architect of New York. He was 
graduated by the Columbia College School of Mines 1896. His wife, Lilian 
Millard, is a daughter of Dr. Perry Henry Millard, of Ogdensburg, New York, 
and his wife, born Caroline Swain, of Plattsville, Missouri, who were until 
recently of St. Paul, Minnesota. 

William Darrach (XX 346) is a physician. He was graduated A.B. by 
Yale 1897, and M.D. by the College of Physicians and Surgeons, of New York, 
1901. 

Francis Eawle (XX 350) is in an insurance office in Philadelphia. 



GENERATION XX. 195 

Henry Eomeyn Eawle (XX 353) closed his coiarse at Annapolis in 1905, 
and is now an officer of the United States Navy. 

Margaret Cornelia Bicking (XX 358). Her husband, William W. 
Prather, is a son of John Garret Prather, and his wife, born Eliza Jane Shinkle. 
He was born December 12, 1860. He is a lawyer, and at present a judge. 

Grace Dustin Bicking (XX 361). Her first husband, James D. Moore, 
who died March 12, 1892, was a physician. 

Margaret M. Hartman (XX 362). Her husband, J. E. Shumard, is a 
real estate and insurance agent of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Marietta Glancy (XX 387). Her husband, Edgar Moorhead, is a mer- 
chant of Lynchburg, Ohio. 

Joseph Earl Christy (XX 390). His iirst wife, born Elizabeth Inness, 
died April 9, 1886. 

Clara E. Christy (XX 393). Her husband, William M. Smith, died July 
26, 1898. 

Grier E. Christy (XX 394). His first wife, born Jessie McNutt, died 
7, 1891. 



Elliott B. Christy (XX 398). His wife, born Stella Olmstead, is of Kan- 
sas City, Missouri. 

Theodore W. Riley (XX 400) is a merchant of Centralia, Pennsylvania. 
His wife, Emilie Porter, born March 27, 1875, is a daughter of John E. 
Porter, and his wife, born Elizabeth Kleckner. 

Adelaide Riley (XX 401). Her husband, Wilmer Towers Beck, born 
July 27, 1862, is a son of George W. Beck, and his wife, born Emily Jackson, 
of Pottsville, Pennsylvania. 

Isaac Woodbridge Riley (XX 406) was graduated, Yale, A.B. 1892, M.A. 
1896, Ph.D. 1902. He has written "The Founder of Mormonism" and other 
papers. He is now a lecturer on psychological subjects at Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity. 

Stephen Harris (XX 411) was graduated. University of Pennsylvania, 
B.S. 1886, C.E. 1887. He was an assistant engineer on the surveys for the 
Nicaragua Canal from 1897 to 1900. In 1901 and 1902 he was in the service 



196 THE SMITH RECORD. 

of the City of Philadelphia, in 1903 and 1904 in the service of the Philadelphia 
and Eeading Railway Company, and is now in the service of the Philadelphia 
Rapid Transit Company. 

His wife, Agnes Cointat, born August 29, 1868, is a daughter of Achilla 
Cointat of Tournay, Department of the Yonne, France, and his wife, born 
Clarisse Eleonore Dubois. 

John McArthur Harris (XX 412) was graduated at the University of 
Pennsylvania, A.B. 1887, A.M. 1890, and is an architect of the firm of Wilson, 
Harris & Richards, Philadelphia. He is an elder of the Second Presbyterian 
church of Germantowii, Philadelphia. 

His wife, Sophia Weygandt, is a daughter of Cornelius Weygandt, presi- 
dent of the Western National Bank of Philadelphia, and his wife, born Lucy 
Thomas. She is a graduate of Bryn ]\Iawr College, A.B. 1889. 

Elizabeth Harris (XX 413) was graduated at Bryn Mawr College, A.B. 
1890, A.M. 1891. 

Her husband, Edward H. Keiser, born November 20, 1861, a son of Bern- 
hard Keiser, and his wife, born Katharina Pfeifer, of Allentown, Pennsylvania, 
received from Swarthmore College the degrees of B.S. 1880, and M.S. 1881, and 
Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1884. He was professor of chemistry 
at Bryn Mawr College till 1900, when he was appointed to the same position at 
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Mary Campbell Harris (XX 414) was graduated at Bryn Mawr College, 
A.B. 1895. She is now a teacher at Miss Irvine's school in Philadelphia. 

George Brodhead Harris (XX 416) was graduated at the University of 
Pennsylvania, B.S. 1888, and C.E. 1889. After his graduation he spent eight 
years in the service of the Central Railroad Company of New Jersey and the 
Lehigh and Hudson River Railroad. In 1896 he entered the service of the 
Reading Iron Company, of which he was treasurer for several years till 1905, 
when he became Vice-President of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. 

His wife, Elizabeth Holbert, born June 21, 1867, is a daughter of Albert 
Ruggles Holbert, and his wife, born Mary Henrietta Wisner, of Warwick, 
Orange Co., New York. 

Frances Brodhead Harris (XX 417) was graduated at Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege in 1892. 



GENERATION XX. 197 

Her husband, Eeynolds Driver Brown, born May 6, 1869, is a son of 
Henry W. Brown, and his wife, born Alice P. Driver, of Philadelphia, was grad- 
uated at Harvard University, A.B. 1890, and at the law school of the University 
of Pennsylvania 1894. He is a member of the law firm of Burr, Brown & 
Lloyd, Philadelphia, and a professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania. 

Clinton Gardner Harris (XX 418) was graduated at the University of 
Pennsylvania, B.S. 1892, B.Arch. 1893 ; was in the office of Cope & Stewardson, 
Philadelphia, for several years ; studied architecture in Paris and elsewhere in 
Europe from 1899 to 1902, and is now in the office of AVarren & Wetmore, 
architects. New York City. 

Madeline Vaughan Harris (XX 419) was graduated at Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege 1895. Her husband, Henry IngersoU Brown, born May 7, 1870, is a son 
of Henry W. Brown, and his wife, born Alice P. Driver, of Philadelphia. He 
was a member of the class of 1891 at the University of Pennsylvania, but left 
college during his junior year. He is a member of the insurance firm of Henry 
W. Brown & Company, of Philadelphia. 

Mary Campbell Parry (XX 420). Her husband, William E. Mikell, is a 
cotton broker of Augusta, Georgia. 

George Gowen Parry (XX 421) is engaged in the law department of the 
Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company in Philadelphia. He is a lieuten- 
ant and adjutant of the Second Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. His wife. 
Flora R. Lockwood, is a daughter of Charles C. Lockwood, of Philadelphia, and 
his wife, born Charlotte Wheeler. 

Thomas Powers Harris (XX 422) was a member of the class of 1891 of 
the University of Pennsylvania, but his health did not permit him to pursue his 
studies beyond his junior year. He is the owner of the Sapony cattle ranch. 
Cedar Edge, Colorado. He has taken the name of his mother's father, and is 
now Thomas Harris Powers. 

Alan Campbell Harris (XX 423) is engaged in the sttidy of art in Europe. 

Henry Frazer Harris (XX 424) was graduated, A.B., Princeton, 1903, 
His wife, born Virginia Blair Johnston, Julv 6, 1881, is a daughter of 
Ross Johnston and Anna Dyke Blair. 

Catharine Streeper Monaghan (XX 425). Her husband, Arnold Gindrat 
Talbot, born December 19, 1865, is a son of William Richmond Talbot, and his 



198 THE SMITH RECORD. 

wife, born Cornelia Arnold, daughter of Eicliard James Arnold, and his wife, 
born Louisa Gindrat. He is secretary of the Tocwotten Leather Button Com- 
pany of Providence, Ehode Island. 

Frances Smith Monaghan (XX 426). Her husband, James Clark Irwin, 
is an engineer, a son of William Henry Irwin, and his wife, born Katharine 
Browing Clark. He has been in the service of the New York Central and Hud- 
son River Railroad for several years, and is now assistant to the vice-president 
in charge of construction. 

Frazer Monaghan (XX 427) is a civil engineer in the service of tha 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company. His Avife, Edith Elizabeth Hays, is a 
daughter of John Kersey Hays, and his wife, born Harriet Nixon, who were 
both of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Mary Frazer Smith (XX 428) is assistant secretary of Wellesley Col- 
lege, Wellesley, Massachusetts. 

Persifor Frazer Smith (XX 429) is a master mechanic of the shops of the 
Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway, Dennison, Ohio. 

His wife, Haidee Winnette Tyler, is a daughter of M. Clark Stanton Tyler, 
of Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

Rosalind Wood Smith (XX 430). Her husband, Richard H. M. Robinson, 
is an assistant naval constructor. United States Navy. He was graduated at the 
head of his class by the United States Naval Academy, studied naval construc- 
tion afterward at Edinburgh, Scotland, and is now naval constmctor at the 
United States Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York. 

Edith Mae Tall (XX 435). Her first husband, Edgar A. Davenport, born 
June 5, 1868, died October 20, 1895. Her second husband, William M. Paul- 
sel, was bom March 21, 1867. 

William Smith Boyd (XX 452). His wife, Lillian Pauline Zurflieh, is 
a daughter of Arnold Zurflieh, of Scranton, Pennsylvania. 

Marcia Ebernz Smith (XX 456). Her husband, Samuel Henry Bell, born 
November 15, 1849, on the plantation on Long Creek, Pender Co., North Caro- 
lina, is a son of Samuel Henry Bell, and his wife, born Margaret Parish. He 
was graduated from Davidson College, from the University of North Carolina, 
and from Columbia Theological Seminary. He is a Presbyterian clergyman, 



GENERATION XX. 199 

D.T). of Washington College, Tennessee. He is now a member of the Presbytery 
of Philadelphia. He has been pastor of several churches in Georgia and in 
Pennsylvania. 

In January, 1897, President Cleveland appointed him Chaplain in the 
United States Army. February 25, 1901, he was assigned to service with the 
United States Cavalry, and served for two years in Cuba, where he was officially 
commended "for absolute fearlessness among yellow fever patients, visiting the 
sick and burying the dead." July 26, 1901, he was transferred to the United 
States Artillery. 

He was commended, Pebruary 3, 1904, by Lieutenant-General Chaffee for 
voluntary services in translating technical treatises from the French. 

He is now living with his family at Fort Diipont, on the Delaware river, 
near Wilmington, Delaware. 

Eobert William Smith (XX 457) is an electrical engineer in the service of 
the De Beers Gold Mining Company, of Kimberly, South Africa. His wife, 
Mary O'Donnel, was born July 6, 1S68. 

Estella Mary Smith (XX 458). Her first husband, William D. Houston, 
born June 11, 1859, died May 5, 1895, was a son of John Houston, of Savan- 
nah, Georgia. Her second husband, Frank A. Deans, was of Wellsboro, Penn- 
sylvania. 

Eobert Smith Magee (XX 465) was educated at the York Collegiate In- 
stitute, York, Pennsylvania. In June, 1889, he was engaged in the service of 
the State of Peimsylvania under Adjutant-General Hastings in distributing 
food and supplies to the sufferers from the flood at Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 
He was also an officer of the National Guard of Pennsylvania, from July, 1889, 
to May, 1898, when he resigned from that service. In 1895 he was appointed 
by President Cleveland, postmaster of Wrightsville, Pennsylvania, and later was 
commissioned a Justice of the Peace by Governor Pennypacker. He is a mem- 
ber of the thirty-second degree of the Masonic fraternity, the editor of the 
Wrightsville Journal, a manufacturer of Irish-point lace curtains, and is also 
engaged in the retail hardware business. 

Howard Persifor Smith (XX 471) entered the class of 1893, architecture. 
University of Pennsylvania, and left during his sophomore year. 

His wife, Mary T. Brubaker, is a daughter of Judge H. C. Brubaker, of 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 



200 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Samuel Melancthon Smith (XX 477) is a lawyer. His wife, Margaret 
Sheldon, is of Janesville, Wisconsin. 

Henry Slaymaker Smith (XX 478) is a physician. His wife, Mabel Col- 
ton, is of Beatrice, Nebraska. 

Susan Cochran Coombs (XX 483). Her first husband, Thomas Walton 
Hampton, born 1860, died December, 1879. Her second husband, Charles Mc- 
Dermott, is a real estate and insurance agent. 

Virginia Maxwell (XX 525). Her husband, E. H. Davisson, born Janu- 
ary 15, 1859, in Harrison Co., West Virginia, moved to Doddridge Co., West 
Virginia, when a child, and still lives there. 

Ella Jane Maxwell (XX 560). Her husband, Calvin Ernest Wilson, was 
born June 23, 1872. 

Edwin Maxwell (XX 573) is an oculist. 

Haymond Maxwell (XX 574) is a la-\vyer. 

Virginia Maxwell (XX 575) lived in Smithtown, West Virginia, till after 
1896. 

Wilson Bonnifield Maxwell (XX 578) is a lawyer. In his earlier business 
career he practiced law at Parsons, West Virginia, and at St. George, Tucker 
Co., West Virginia. He was at one time superintendent of schools of Tucker 
county. He is now a practitioner of law at Elkins, Kandolph Co., West Vir- 
ginia. 

Anziletta Elizabeth Maxwell (XX 579), Thomas Edwin Maxwell (XX 
584), and Anna Catharine Maxwell (XX 589), are bviried in the graveyard of 
the Bonnifields (their mother's family) at Horse Shoe Run, Tucker Co., West 
Virginia. 

Mary Angelina Maxwell (XX 580). Her first husband, William S. M. 
Spesert, died February 17, 1890. 

Dorcas Angelica Maxwell (XX 581). Her husband, Oliver Lowther, is a 
minister of the Methodist Protestant church. He has been in the ministry for 
over thirty years. He has been stationed at various points in Ohio and West 
Virginia, and is now settled at McKim, West Virginia, though his home remains 
at South Bend, Indiana. 

Hu Maxwell (XX 582) is a publislier. He was born at St. George's, 
Tucker Co., West Virginia, was educated at Weston, West Virginia, has traveled 



GENERATION XX. 201 

extensively in tljis country, is the author of several local histories, and is a 
frequent contributor to the magazines. He is now the manager of the Acme 
Publishing House of Morgantown, West Virginia. 

Cyrus Haymond Maxwell (XX 583) was educated at Valparaiso, Indiana. 
In early life he taught school. He studied medicine in Denver, Colorado, and 
is now a practicing physician at Morgantown, West Virginia. He is general 
physician for the Morgantown and Kingwood Eailroad. 

John Franklin Maxwell (XX 585) was educated at Valparaiso, Indiana, 
taught school in California, and afterward studied photography, and has two 
large studios in Fresno, California. 

His wife, lona V. Piper, died February 27, 190-i, upon the birth of twin 
daughters. 

Levi Hendron Maxwell (XX 586) was educated at Leland Stanford Uni- 
versity, California. He is a salesman for the Lipscomb Disk Calk, an article 
largely used by lumbermen. He has spent his life largely in California and 
Canada. 

Charles Joseph Maxwell (XX 587) was for some years prior to 1904 en- 
gaged in teaching at Kaufman, Texas. 

Robert Maxwell Boggs (XX 597) was at one time a county superintendent 
of schools. 

Minerva Helen Boggs (XX 598). Her husband, L. L. Benson, is a physi- 
cian. 

Amy Jane Maxwell (XX Oil). Her husband, Leander W. Smith, is a 
member of the Legislature of Idaho. 

Allen Oliver Maxwell (XX 616) is a contractor and biiilder. 

Caroline Bell Ireland (XX 624). Her husband, Louis C. Haddock, born 
November 24, 1849, is a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal church, belong- 
ing to the Ohio Conference. He was graduated. Marietta College, Ohio, 1873. 
He has served as pastor at Haydensville, Willstown, Roseville, Zanesville, 
Athens, and has charge now of the Third Street Church of Columbus, Ohio. 

Corydon Boyd Ireland (XX 625) is a physician. He was graduated by the 
Pulte Medical College of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1878, being valedictorian of his 
class. During his senior college year he was secretary of the Philadelphia Medi- 



202 THE SMITH EECORD. 

cal Society, the highest position in the Society that can be held by an under- 
graduate. He commenced the practice of medicine in Cardington, Ohio, in 
1880. In 1886 he became associated with the Charles H. Phillips Chemical 
Company of New York City, as their representative, which position he still 
holds. He has read several papers before medical societies. 

His wife, Metta L. McChesney, was born June 29, 1859. 

Mary Alexandria Ireland (XX 628) was graduated by the High School of 
Cardington, Ohio, in 1880. Her husband, Stephen Cunard Kingman, born 
August 15, 1850, was admitted to practice law in 1873. 

Elba Nile Ireland (XX 629). Her husband, William Frew Duncan, born 
February 13, 1861r, is a lawyer of Findlay, Ohio. He served at one time as City 
Attorney, and later as Judge of the Tenth Judicial District of Ohio. 

Virginia V. Ireland (XX 630) is a bookkeeper and manager of the dress 
goods department of the C. M. Heimlich dry goods store, Cardington, Ohio. 

Ellsworth A. Peck (XX 634) was in early life a railroad telegi-aph opera- 
tor. He rose through the grades of station agent, chief despatcher, train master, 
and division superintendent to that of general superintendent. He held the 
last named position on the Cleveland, Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louis Kail- 
way for five years, on the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Eailway for 
ten years, and now holds the same position on the St. Louis and Southwestern 
Railway, with headquarters at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. 

Arthur Clermont Peck (XX 640) is a clergyman. He is general superin- 
tendent, secretary and treasurer of the City Temple Institutional Society of 
Denver, Colorado, for the prosecution of religious, educational and benevolent 
work. 

His wife, born Frances E. Potter, is superintendent of the work of the 
same institution, among women and children. 

Elva May Peck (XX 646). Her husband, William H. Cecil, is a farmer. 

Samuel Cunningham Ewing (XX 653) has no children. 

Sarah Ewing (XX 654). Her husband, Robert Laird Stewart, born 1840, 
at Marysville, Pennsylvania, is a son of Zachariah Gemmell Stewart, M. D., 
and his wife, born Jane Laird. She was a daughter of Francis Laird, D. D., 
pastor of the old Marysville church for 50 years. 

Robert Laird Stewart enlisted in the 140th Regiment of Pennsylvania Vol- 
unteers and served throughout the war in that command. The war ended, he 



GENERATION XX. 'M6 

completed his college course in Washington and Jefferson College, and then 
went through a course in theology at the Theological Seminary, at Alle- 
gheny City, Pennsylvania. 

From 1873 to 1890 he was pastor of several churches, including one year's 
sojourn in Europe and Palestine. 

In 1890 he was called to Lincoln University, where he has since occupied a 
chair. His time there has been devoted to teaching, to literature and to the 
work of his college course. He preaches every Sunday. In 1895 he was given 
the degree of D.D. by Washington and Jefferson College. They have no chil- 
dren. 

Alicena S. Ewing (XX 656) has no children. 

Frank Thornburg (XX 659) is a lawyer. 

Franklin JSTewton Brown (XX 667). His wife, Mary L. Brannawan, born 
February 26, 1857, is of Madison Co., Kentucky. They were married in Chi- 
cago and have since lived there. 

James B. Williams (XX 674). His wife, Josephine K. Wilson, born 
February 12, 1862, was of Lancaster Co., Ohio. 

Edwin P. Stanley (XX 675) is in the printing office of the United States 
Pension Bureau at Washington, District Columbia. 

Eugene Stanley (XX 676) is an inspector in the United States Pension 
Bureau at Washington, District Columbia. 

Bertha May Suplee (XX 685). Her husband, John A. Styer, is a farmer 
of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. 

John Morton Suplee (XX 686) is a farmer living with his parents. 

Mary Isabella Suplee (XX 687) is a teacher, lately engaged at Phoenix- 
ville, Pennsylvania. 

Alice Etta Suplee (XX 688) is a stenographer, late in the service of Riddle 
& Woodside, at Byers, Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 

Hannah Emily Brown (XX 698). Her husband, P. F. Brendliuger, is an 
engineer and contractor. 

Frederick Levering Xeely (XX 708). His wife, Florence Margaret Davis, 
is of Zanesville, Ohio. 



204 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



NO. 


MEMBER or FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MARRIAGE. 


DEATH. 


RESIDENCE. 


The Children of Ida Paekinson Futhey (XX 1) and William B. Beinton. 


XXI 

1 

2 


Howard Futhey 

Brinton. 
John Willard Briuton. 


unmarried, 
unmarried. 


Sept. 28, 1872. 
Sept. 18, 1876. 








The Childben of Estalena Miller Futhet (XX 2) and Samuel Willlams. 



Robert Futhey 

Williams. 
Elizabeth Pyle 

Williams, 
Samuel Chester 

Williams 



Jan. 


1 
4, 1874. 


May 14, 1876. 


Oct. 


18, 1881. 



Sept. 8, 1878. 



Haverford, Pa. 



Haverford, Pa. 



The Children or Anita Litdlam Futhey (XX 3) and Edwabd B. Fox. 



6 John Futhey Fox. 

7 Harriet Elizabeth Fox. 

8 Edward Brown Fox. 



Feb. 22, 1888. 



The CniLDEEN of Edwin Futhey Walker (XX B) and Rebecca McPhebson. 



Anna Martha Walker, 
Chester Futhev 

Walker, 
Leroy M. Walker. 



Sept. 14, 1890. 
Mar. 28, 1892. 



Sept. 29, 1896. 
I Aug. 1,1892. 



The CniLDBEN or Emma Pentzer (XX 13) and Thomas Edward Ingham. 



Edward Pentzer 

Ingham. Edna Belle Mayer. 
fJeorce Meek Ingham. I 
Emma Ingham. j 



Mar. 20, 1874. 
Sept. 21,1878. 
Sept. 1,1879. 



Jan. 26, 1893. 



Oct. 1, 1879. 



Muscatine, la. 
jMilwaukee, Wis. 



GENERATION XXI. 



205 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MAKBIAGB. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of John Meek Goehbino (XX 15) and Maby Elizabeth Neeb. 



XXI 












15 


William Goehring. 




June 24, 1886. 






16 


Harvey Goehring. 




Jan. 10,1891. 






17 


Louis Meelt Goehring. 




Nov. 22, 1892. 






IB 


Flora Sadie Goehring. 




Feb. 19, 1896. 







The Childben of Lizzie Heinz Goehbino (XX 16) and Henbt Smith. 



Pamela Naylor Smith. 
Ida Goehring Smith. 



I West Newton, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



The Children of Lewis Stotesburt Goehbino (XX 17) and Annie Hastings. 



Cora Goehring. 
Frank Louis Goehring 
Harry Morgan 

Goehring 
John Meek Goehring, 
Yetta Hartje 

Goehring. 
Lorain Stotesbury 

Goehring. 
Leila Florence 

Goehring. 
Eula Elizabeth 

Goehring. 



Jacob Weinman, Jr. 
Virginia Gildenfenny. 



^"c? 


t'S: 


^cT 


28, 1882. 
11, 1884. 


Feb. 


24. 1886. 


Dec. 


18, 1889. 


Mar. 


4, 1891. 


Apr. 


21, 1893. 



June 24, 1902. 
Oct. 7, 1903. 



Wilkinsburg, Pa. 



The Childben of Emma Pentzeb Goehbing (XX 18) and James R. Black. 


29 


Braddock Black. 


1 

1 Aug. 13, 1881. 




June 1891. 


The Childben of Emma Pentzeb Goehbino (XX 18) and Mungo M. Dick. 


30 


Mungo M. Dick, Jr. 




Aug. 15, 1889. 







206 



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GENERATION XXI. 



OP PAMILI. 



BBSIDENCB. 



The Childeen of Amelia Pobteb Goeheinq (XX 19) and William Chables Haslage. 



Charles Louis 

Haslage. 
Florence Haslage. 
William John Haslage. 



Jan. 15,1883. 
Oct. 15,1887. 
Sept. 2,1900. 



The Childeen of Annbe Wagneb Goeheing (XX 21) and Cheistian Stetfen. 



Lizzie Wa gner Steffen. 
Homer Christian 

Steffen. 
Marie Annie Steffen. 
Harry English Steffen. 



Aug. 15, 1887. 
Mar. 6,1889. 
Dec. 1, 1890. 



Apr. 1899. 



The Children of Henrietta Hartje Goehring (XX 22) and Stewart Robertson. 



Stewart Robertson. 



The Children of Hugh Francis Pobteb (XX 23) and Elizabeth Griffith. 



39 


Bessie Edith Porter. 




Aug. 28, 1884. 








40 


Mabel Ellen Porter. 




Aug. 28. 1884. 








41 


Elsie Burdette Porter. 




July 9,1889. 








42 


Hugh Harold Porter. 




Mar. 17, 1894. 




Apr. 14, 1898. 




43 


Hazel Carrel Porter. 




Mar. 17, 1894. 




Jan. 4, 1896. 





The Childeen of Ejima Liiella Pobteb (XX 24) and Elmer Irwin. 



GENERATION XXI. 



207 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX 
NO. 


MEMBER OP FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MABRIAGE. 


DEATH. 


RESIDENCE. 


The Children op Emma Luella Porteb (XX 24) and John Bell. 


XXI 

46 
47 


Donald Kenneth Bell. 
Margaret Adena Bell. 




Aug. 12, 1898. 
Feb. 10, 1901. 








The Children of Sarah Margaret Porter (XX 25) and Wtlie Robinson. 


48 
49 


Henry Austen 

Robinson. 
Clyde Titus Robinson. 


Oct. 10,1884. 
Oct. 25, 1887. 






The Children of Miriam Porter (XX 26) and John Piatt Titus. 


50 
51 
52 


Walter Titus. 
Robert Le Roy Titus. 
Florence Titus. 












The Children of John Grant Porter (XX 27) and Margaret Blackstock. 


53 
54 
55 


William John Porter. 
Robert James Porter. 
Ira Paul Porter. 








The Children of Robert Johnston Porteb (XX 29) and Annie M. Hutchinson. 


56 


Russel J. Hutchinson. 




Feb. 12, 1898. 








The Children of Arthur Bell Porter (XX 30) and Ella Xorah Wehneb. 


57 (Daughter) Porter. 1 

1 


Mar. 27, 1902. 









THE SMITH HECOED. 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX MEMBER OF FAMILY. CONSORT, 



MARRIAGE. 



BBSIDBNCE. 



The Childbe.v of Heney McCluee Davidson (XX 33) and Amelia Schaefee. 



XXI 

58 Henry McClure 

Davids 



The Children of William John Poeieb (XX 35) and Rachel Wilson. 



Mary Porter. 
Dora Porter. 
Estella Porter. 



Elmer Simpson. 
Frank Fleming. 
Henry McMillen. 



Washington. 
Etna, Pa. 
Bradford Co., Pa. 



The Children of William John Porter (XX 35) and Belle Hereon. 



Lidie Elizabetli 

Porter. 
Clara Porter. 



The Children of Sotia Maretta Porter (XX 39) and Matthew Sterling. 



Margaret Emma 

Sterling. 
George Washington 

Sterling. 
William Kirkland 

Sterling. 
Clyde Emmerson 

Sterling. 
Roy Russel Sterling. 
Annie Cornelia 

Sterling. 
Nettie Christena 

Sterling. 



June 26 


1880 


Aug. 


8 


1882 


Nov. 


3 


1884 


Nov. 14 
June 28, 


iil 


May 


15 


1894 


Sept. 


27, 


1896 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MABRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of George Josiah Pokteb (XX 40) and Claea Mabten. 



Homer Everett 

Porter. 
Clarence Earl Porter. 
Edna Margaret 

Porter. 
Mabel Eleonora 

Porter. 
Charles Seber Porter. 
George Washington 

Porter. 
Hazel Irene Porter. 
Goldie Viola Porter. 



Feb. 23, : 
July 15,: 



May 18, 1894. 
May 15, 1896. 

Mar. 26, 1898. 
May 12,1900. 
Oct. 27,1903. 



The Childben of Maby Mabtha Pobteb (XX 42) and David Fbanklin Heaslt. 



Edward Heasly. 
George Washington 

Heasly. 
Lillie Jane Heasly. 
Hannah Katherine 

Heasly. 
Margaret Heasly. 
Ethel Heasly. 
Kdna May Heasly. 



The Childben of Lillie Jane Poster (XX 43) and Chables Sebeb. 



Clara Edna Seber. 
Merrel Edwin Seber. 
John Franklin Seber. 



The Childben of Saml-el Gillespie Pobteb (XX 46) and Amanda C. Flack. 



Edward Clifford 

Porter. 
Frederick Flack 

Porter. 



Jan. 20,1879. 
Nov. 6, 1881. 



210 



THE SMITH KECOED. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEUBBB OF FAMILY. 



BBSIDBNCE. 



The Children of Robert Smith Pobtee (XX 47) and Emma Wilhelmina Plotts. 



Alberta Joyce Porter. 
Wilber Vincent 

Porter. 
Carrie May Porter. 
Ralph Beacher Porter. 
Bessie Hope Porter. 
Donald Plotts Porter. 
Charles Goehring 

Porter. 
Robert Smith Porter. 



Milton Henry Arthur. 



Sept. 6,1877. 

June 23, 1880. 
Aug. 15, 1882. 
Aug. 11, 1885. 
Apr. 26, 1889. 
July 30, 1891. 

Mar. 8,1894. 
May 4, 1896. 



Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Johnstown, Pa. 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Johnstown, Pa. 



The Children of Elizabeth Loto Porter (XX 4S) and Thomas Milton Snow. 



99 


Frank Snow. 


Hannah Shadle. 


May 16, 1872. 










100 


















Snow. 


CKjrtrude Shaner. 


June 6,1879. 


Sept. 


28, 1900. 




Canton, 0. 


101 


Thomas Milton Snow. 




Dec. 11, 1880. 










102 


George Frederick 

Snow. 




June 30. 1884. 










103 


Charles Robert Snow. 




Oct. 24, 1887. 











The Children of John McCall Porter (XX 49) and M.\by Lock. 



104 
105 
106 



Olive Blanche Porter. 
Myrtle May Porter. 
Darrell Porter. 



Mar. 
Apr. 
Nov. 



The Children of Charles Goehbing Pobtee (XX 50) and Elizabeth Lltella Locke. 



107 


Joseph Sherman 

Porter. 




Jan. 6,1884. 




Mar. 3,1884. 




108 


Walter Lamont 

Porter. 




July 12, 1885. 








109 


Erne May Porter. 




June 5,1887. 








110 


Howard Milton 

Porter. 




Oct. 8, 1S89. 








111 


Robert Porter. 




Jan. 6,189.3. 




Nov. 20, 1893. 




112 


Ellen Francos Porter. 




.Tan. 29.1898. 








113 


Clififord Porter. 




Jan. 25,1901. 









GENERATION XXI. 



211 



GENERATION XXI. 



MBMBBB OP FAMILY. 



MABRIAGE. 



The Children of Anna Maria Poetek (XX 54) and James E. Hanket. 



Maud R. Hankey. 
Claud Raymond 

Hankey. 
Russell Robert 

Hankey. 
Ethel Ruth Hankey. 
Arthur Ellsworth 

Hankey, 
Mabel Luella Hankey, 
Ralph Theodore 

Hankey, 
Hamilton Welsh 

Hankey, 



Dec. 


8, 1882 




May 


9, 1885 




Dec. 
July 


10. 1887 
12, 1891 




Nov. 29, 1894 
July 20, 1896 




Oct. 


3,1900 




May 18, 1903 





The Childben or James Milton Porter (XX 55) and Mabgabet Elizabeth Plowman. 



122 


Harry Snowden 

rorter. 




Oct. 15,1872. 




Aug. 6,1873. 




123 


Clarence Galbraith 














Porter. 


Louie Joy Elberman. 


June 24, 1874. 


Apr. 15,1901. 




Springdale, Pa. 


124 


Furella AdeUne 




Nov. 28. 1876. 








125 


Oscar Claudison 

Porter. 




May 29. 1879. 




June 11, 1888. 





The Childben of Maby Ellen Portee (XX 61) and James Sweeny. 



126 


Alice Virginia Sweeny. 




Dec. 28, 1883. 




July 19, 1895. 




127 


Harry Warner 

Sweeny. 




Dec. 20, 1885. 








128 


Lawrence Harrison 

Sweeny. 




Aug. 31, 1888. 








Wo 


James Paul Sweeny. 




July 21,1890. 




Apr. 11, 1891. 


















Sweeny. 




May 1.5. 1892. 








131 


John Porter Sweeny. 




July 18. 1893. 








132 


Garnet Marie Sweeny. 




May 21, 1898. 










Sarah Eliza Sweeny. 




Jan. 10,1901. 








134 


Bessie Ellen Sweeny. 




Oct. 15,1902. 









212 



THE SMITH EECOED. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MAJIRIAGE. 



The Childben of Geobge Washington Pobteb {XX 65) and Rachel Duncan. 



XXI 












135 


William Duncan 




June 28, 1882. 










136 


George Wylie Porter. 


Augusta Fisher. 


Nov. 9,1883. 


Jan. 20,1903. 






Allegheny, Pa. 


137 


















Porter. 




Sept. 13, 1885. 




Aug. 


1, 1886. 




138 






May 3.1888. 










139 


Minnie Isabella 

Porter. 




Sept. 16, 1892. 










140 


Elizabeth Hazel 

Porter. 




May 24, 1895. 











The Chh-dken of Nancy McCall Pobteb (XX 66) and Richard Christian. 



Elsie McCall 










Henry L. Baird. 


June 15, 1881 


Aug. 28,1901. 


Lillie Almira 








Christian. 




Nov. 4,1882 




Charles Elmer 








Christian. 




Aug. 2,1884 




Pearl Isobell 












Nov. 3,1886 




Ella Blanche 












Oct. 17,1880 




Richard Porter 








Christian. 




Sept. 26, 1891 




Ruth Margaret 








Christian 




Feb. 18, 1894 




James Louis Christian 




Feb. 18,1896 












Christian 




Apr. 1. 1898 
May 5, 1901 




PaulWalterChristian 







Canton, O. 



The Childben of Claba Isabell Pobteb (XX 67) and William Heckathobn. 



Harry W^ylie 

Ileckathorn. 
Myrtle Isabell 

Heckathorn. 
Celia Leona 

Heckathorn. 



Aug. 27, 1884. 
July 27, 1887. 
June 13. 1893. 



GENERATION XXI. 



213 



GENERATION XXI. 



INMIX MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. DEATH 



The Childben of Jonathan Poeteb (XX 68) and Lulu Coe. 



XXI 
154 
155 
156 



Robert Miller Porter 
Alice May Porter. 
John Wylie Porter. 



Oct. 11, 1895. 
Jan. 5, 1898. 
Sept. 3,1901. 



The Childeen of Maby Elizabeth Porteb (XX 69) and James Anderson. 



157 


Jatnes Wylie 

Anderson. 




May 23, 1895. 








158 


Richard Earl 

Anderson. 




Aug. 29, 1897. 








159 


Charles Jamison 

Anderson. 




June 26, 1900. 








160 


Esther May Anderson. 




Feb. 3, 1902. 









The Children of Emma Jane Pobteb (XX 70) and Stephen Hemphill. 



Clara Pearl Hemphill. 
Goldie Bell Hemphill. 
Stephen Howard 

Hemphill. 
Ethel Marie 

Hemphill. 
Mearl Edgar 

Hemphill. 



May 14,1889. 
Aug. 1,1890. 

Mar. 9,1893. 

June 29, 1902. 

Sept. 30, 1904. 



Aug. 25, 1889. 



The Chlldren of Nancy Elmiba Gillifobd (XX 80) and Samuel Mobdecai Cabnahan. 



Nov. 30, 1902. 



The Childeen of William H. Ceaddock (XX 84) and Maey Cuthbebt. 



Harry Craddock. 
William Craddock. 
Laura Craddock. 



214 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX MBMBBE OF FAMILY. CONSORT. 



MABRIAGE. 



TuE Childben of Robert Emmett Mubdoch (XX 88) and Mabt Rebecca Howabd. 



XXI 












170 














Murdoch. 




Sept. 9,187L 


Mar. 12, 1877. 


Ingram, Pa. 


171 




Jennie Ho£Eman 










Murdoch. 


Christy. 


Feb. 6,1873. 


Sept. 9,1903. 


Ingram, Pa. 


172 


Hartley Howard 












Murdoch. 


Nancy May Lyons. 


Aug. 3,1875. 


Oct. 26,1899. 


Ingram, Pa. 


173 


Carolyn Agnes 














Davis Northam Glass. 


Dec. 16, 1877. 


Oct. 26,1899. 


Ingram, Pa. 


174 


Ethel Louise Murdoch. 


unmarried. 


Sept. 25, 1879. 




Ingram, Pa. 


175 














Murdoch. 


unmarried. 


Apr. 7,1881. 




Ingram, Pa. 



The Childben of Emma Catheewood Mubdoch (XX 89) and Cybus C. Henbt. 



William John Henry. 
Sarah Murdoch 

Henry. 



Rebecca L. Sword. 
Egbert J. Wilson. 



Mahoningtown, Pa. 



The Childben of Elizabeth Meek Mubdoch (XX 90) and Samuel Potteb Bbown. 



178 


Allister Grant Brown. 


Caroline Reynolds. 


Oct. 26,1870. 


June 23, 1897. 






179 


Norwell Bruce Brown. 


never married. 


Apr. 29, 1872. 




Jan. 18,1895. 




1«0 


Sarah Emma Brown. 


W. Albert Jones. 


Apr. 15,1874. 


Apr. 14,1903. 




Pittsburg, Pa. 


181 


Helen Grace Brown. 


unmarried. 


Aug. 11, 1876. 








182 


Marie I^ouise Brown. 




Aug. 19, 1878. 








183 


Elizabeth Murdoch 

Brown. 


unmarried. 


Apr. 27, 1881. 








184 


Georgia Francis 




Oct. 1, 1884. 








185 


Stanley Holmes 

Brown. 




Jan. 15,1886. 









The Chii.deen of Mabt Milleb Mubdoch (XX 92) and Thomas M. Mehabd. 



Robert H. Mehard. 
Ora R. Mehard. 
Sara M. Mehard. 
Lyda M. Mehard. 



unmarried. 
Henry Haber. 
Newman Stitts. 
Secord Large. 



GENERATION XXI. 



215 



GENERATION XXI. 



OP FAMILY. 



The Children of William Francis Murdoch (XX 93) and Adeline Stevenson. 



XXI 












190 


Mary S. Murdoch. 












191 


Elizabeth Murdoch. 


unmarried. 










19?, 


Adeline Murdoch. 












193 


William F. Murdoch 


unmarried. 











The Children of George Cass Murdoch (XX 94) and Ella K. Veach. 



George Donald 

Murdoch. 
Sarah E. Murdoch. 



The Children of John Cresson Glass (XX 97) and Maeqabet Sorbt. 



196 
197 
198 
199 


Mary Sorby Glass. 
Ella Florence Glass. 
Margaret Glass. 
John Cresson Glass. 


William Harrington. 


Apr. 9, 18T6. 
Jan. 4,1885. 
Oct. 20,1886. 
June 25, 1889. 


Dec. 10,1891. 




Arnold, Westmore- 
land Co., Pa. 
Oakmont, Allegheny 
Co., Pa. 
Oakmont, Allegheny 

Oakmont, Allegheny 
Co., Pa. 



The Childben of Francis James Glass (XX 98) and Anne Elizabeth McElwain. 



200 


Miriam Glass. 




Feb. 20, 1887. 




Oct. 3, 1900. 


Parnassus, West- 


201 


George Washington 
Glass. 










moreland. Co., Pa. 






Sept. 11, 1888. 








202 


Elizabeth Glass. 




Oct. 17,1890. 






Parnassus, Pa. 


O03 


KatherineBlairGIass. 




Sept. 1,1893. 






Parnassus, Pa. 


204 


Francis James Glass. 




Apr. 18, 1895. 






Parnassus, Pa. 


205 


Herbert McElwain 

Glass. 




Apr. 7.1897. 






Parnassus, Pa. 


206 


Addison Walker Glass. 










Parnassus, Pa. 



216 



THE SMITH EKCORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX 
NO. 


MEMBER OP FAMILI. 


CONSOBT. 


BIETH. 


MA.KXAOE. 


DEATH. 


EBSIDBNCB. 


The Childeen of George Gbant Glass (XX 100) and Maey McMath. 


XXI 

207 


La-wrence Glass. 


May 15, 1895. 


1 ! 


The Chjxdben of Robebt Maeshall Glass (XX 101) and Mabgabet Swank. 


208 
209 


Lois Glass. 

Clara Enna Glass. 




Oct 30,1894. 
Feb. 18, 1898. 








The CHttDBEN OF Claba Ella Glass (XX 103) and JrLiEN Mobbow. 



210 


John Morrow. 


211 


Robert Morrow. 


212 


WilUam Bailey 




Morrow. 


21R 


George Glass Morrow. 


214 


Clarence Morrow. 


215 


Clara Maud Morrow. 


?,16 






Morrow. 


217 




218 


Clara Ella Morrow. 



Apr. 22, 1874. 
July 2, 1875. 
July 12, 1876. 
Jan. 24,1878. 

Nor. 11, 1879. 
Mar. 16, 1881. 
Sept. 9,1882. 



Nov. 28, 1874. 
Apr. 9, 1873. 

Apr. 13, 1888. 
Sept. 3,1875. 
Sept. 17, 1876. 

Sept. 28, 1878. 



Birmingham, ] 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



The Chh-dben of John Pobteb Glass (XX 105) and Mamie Eleanob Hamh^ton. 



The Childben of Montgomeby Walkeb Glass (XX 106) and Nannie Wintees. 



r 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



217 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MABRIAGE. 



BE61DENCB. 



The Childbex of Henry C. Glass (XX 107) and Emma F. Bell. 



The Childeen of Robert Porter Glass (XX 108) and Mattie Gibson. 



223 Robert Gibson Glass, 



June 1, 1884. 



Clinton, W. Va. 



The Children of Alexander Walker Glass (XX 109) and Alice McCitlloitgh. 



Anna Irene Glass. 
Marian Glass. 
Walker Glass. 



June 10, 1895. 
Nov. 6,1897. 
Feb. 10, 1900. 



The Children op Robert Glass Johnston (XX 110) and Marguerite Ke> 



isannie Belle 

Johnston, 
George Walter 

Johnston. 



June 21, 1890. 
Not. 7, 1891. 



The Children of Alfred John Johnston (XX 111) and Luella Buckminsteb. 



David .Tohuston. 
.\lva Johnston. 
Markham Johnston. 
Luella Beatrice 

Johnston. 
Robert Isadore 

Johnston. 



Mar. 18, 1886. 
Aug. 1,1888. 
July 23, 1893. 



THE SMITH EECOED. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILT. CONSORT. 



BIRTH. MARRIAGE. 



The Childreit of Thomas Henrt White (XX 115) and Ct.aba Vibginia Ake. 



Francis Grier White. Robert Emory Umbel. 
Anne McDowell [ 

White, unmarried. 
William Henry White, unmarried. 
Robert Edwin 

McCrea White. 



Uniontown, Pa. 
Connellsrille, Pa. 



The Children of Anna White King (XX 122) and Herman Biggs. 



Frank King Biggs. 


Margaret Higgins. 


Sept. 21. 1861. 


Oct. 18,1889. 


Foster Higgins Biggs. 


Harriet L. Bowdoin. 


Oct. 18,1866. 


Aug. 3,1889. 










' Biggs. 


unmarried. 


May 17, 1870. 





Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Children of William Howard King (XX 123) and Margaret McCAtncEY. 



241 


William Howard 














King. 


Mary Stokes. 


Oct. 15.1866. 


May 12,1892. 




Germantown, Pa. 


242 


Anita King. 


Benjamin Franklin 














Carter. 


Oct. 31.1872. 


1897. 




East Orange, N. J 


243 


Lazelle H. King. 


unmarried. 


July 2. 1878. 


San Antonio, Tex. 



The Children of Edwin White Moore (XX 127) and Helen Lyman Miller. 



The Children of Nathan Grier Moore (XX 129) and Anna Walker. 



24fi 
247 

248 



Mary Walker Moore, 
(A son.) 
Marjorie Moore. 



Jan. 25.1883. 
Feb. 13, 1889. 



Oak Park, III. 
Oak Park, III. 



GENERATION XXI. 



219 



GENERATION XXI. 



MBMBBB OP 7AMILT. 



UAJtHIAQB. DBATB. 



The Childeen of S.^bah Cathabine Moore (XX 130) and Jay Ralph Bloom. 



XXI 

249 

250 



Clara A. Bloom. 
Anna Elizabeth 

Bloom. 



unmarried, 
unmarried. 



Jan. 28,1878. 
Apr. 10, 1879. 



The Children of Claba Wyckoff Moore (XX 131) and Charles Albert Shotwell. 



251 Grier Moore Shotwell. 



Irvinffton, Ind. 



The Children of Dora Fullerton (XX 134) and Leonard Waldo. 



Edith Waldo. 
Fullerton Leonard 

Waldo, 
Dorothy Waldo. 



WUIiam D. Beach. Dec. 31, 1875. 



Bridgeport, Conn. 



Plainfield, N. J. 
Plainfield, N. J. 



The Children of George Stuabt Fullerton (XX 137) and Rebekah Daingerfield Smith. 



The Children of Edward Grieb Fullerton (XX 138) and Flora Cooper Bbown. 



220 



THE SMITH EECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



UEUBER OP 



MAKRIAGE. 



The Children of Elizabeth Richmond Mabsden (XX 140) and William Habvet Cooke. 



261 

262 

263 
264 



Persifor Marsden | 

Cooke. Annie Shields. 
Hedley Vicars Cooke. Harriot S. Turner. 
Robert Grier Cooke, unmarried. 
William Harvey 

Cooke. Mary E. Reynolds. 
Edward Marsden 

Cooke. 1 Marie B. Turner. 
Jessie De Guylpin 

Cooke. ' 



Morris Llewellyn 

Cooke. 

Elizabeth Richmond 
Cooke. 



Orlando B. Willcox. 

Eleanor B. Davis. 
Irving W. Bonbright. 



Dec. 25, 1860. 
Feb. 24, 1862. 
Aug. 12, 1863. 


May 5, 1892. 
Sept. 20, 1893. 


Oct. 28,1864. 


Oct. 12,1898. 


Nov. 5,1866. 


Apr. 19,1893. 


Oct. 9, 1809. 


.Tune 29,1898. 


May 11. 1872. 


June 16,1900. 


Oct. 23,1873. 


Oct. 23,1901. 



Denver, Col. 

East Orange, N. i 

New York City. 

jEast Orange, N. 3 

Denver, Col. 



jGermantowu, Pa. 



The Childeen of Robebt Smith Gbiee (XX 144) and Saeah Jane Major. 



Asenath Elliott Orier. unmarried. 
Mabel Jane Grier. unmarried. 
[Charles Smith Grier. p'era Mae Combs. 
[Robert Major Grier. unmarried. 



Jan. 26,1871. 
Dec. 22, 1873. 
Apr. 23, 1879. 
Nov. 11, 1881. 



The Children of Robert Jeffrey Grier (XX 147) and 



Harry Woods Grier. 
George Laverty Grier, 



The Children of John Caldwell Gbiee Happersett (XX 150) and Emily Kibby Trout. 



271 


Fanny Grier 








Happersett. 


Thomas H. Bees. 




272 


Louisa Walters 

■, , ^ Happersett. 






273 


John Grier 

Happersett. 






274 


Emily ICirby 








Happersett. 


George E. Stockle. 




275 


Cornelia W. 

Happersett. 







Washington, D. 0. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



KDEX 
KO. 


MEMBER OP FAIULT. CONSORT. BIRTH. 


MABRIAOB. 


DEATH. 


BESIDENCB. 


The Childben of Melchi Horace GBAHAsr Happebsett (XX 152) atjd Ayyx E. Gansok. 


XXI 

276 


Frank Grier 

Happersett. 




June 24, 1868. 




Mar. 5, 1869. 




The Children op Agnes Griee Happebsett (XX 155) and Orlando B. Kelly. 



277 1 Fannie Grier Kelly. 

278 I Horace Jamison 

Kelly. 

279 Margaret Irene Kelly. 

280 !Anna Graham Kelly. 

281 Ada Belle Kelly. 



The Children of Anna Graham Happersett (XX 157) and Theodore B. Allen. 


t82 
283 


Marian Graham Allen. 
Robert Cornelius 

Allen. 




Nov. 1886. 
Dec. 1888. 




Jan. 1894. 




The Children of Thomas Graham Happersett (XX 158) and Elizabeth C. Wiggin. 



284 'Robert Grier 
Happersett. 

285 Laura Margaret 

I Happersett. 

286 I Theodore Wiggin 

I Happersett. 

287 I Elizabeth Katharine 
Happersett. 

Eleanor Frances 

Grier Happersett. 



The Childben of A. G. Bowen Pabke (XX 159) and Mart L. Bl.\ck. 



222 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of John Griee Paeke (XX 160) and Helen Ida Black. 



Helen Parke. 



Reuel Stewart Parke. 
Henry Black Parke. 



Wilson Shipley 



Philadelphia. 



The Children of Thomas Henby Paeke (XX 161) and Maby Jane Liggett. 


294 
295 
296 


Horace Parke. 
Florence May Parke. 
Edgar LeEoy Parke. 












The Childeen of Richard Baxter Parke (XX 164) and Anna M. Wise. 


297 


(Daughter) Parke. 


Robert Logan Cairns. 










The Children of Maby Jones Geiger (XX 170) and William Augustus Heitsher. 



298 


Philip Dorwart 

Heitsher. 




Aug. 27, 1S64. 




Dec. 5, 1886. 




299 


Daniel Christopher 

Heitsher. 




Dec. 6, 1867. 




Feb. 5, 1875. 




300 


Martha Parke 

Heitsher. 




May 31, 1869. 




Feb. 7,1875. 




301 


Samuel Parke 

Heitsher. 




Jan. 14,1876. 








302 


William Augustus 

Heitsher. 




Feb. 13, 1878. 









The Children of Philip Small Geiger (XX 173) and Maby E. Tucker. 



.303 


Warren Garret 














Geiger. 




Oct. 19,1869. 








304 


Mary E. Geiger, Jr. 


Henry K. Recher. 


Sept. 28. 1871. 


Mar. 25, 1887. 




Hagerstown, Md. 


305 


C. Maltby Geiger. 


unmarried. 


Feb. 23, 1873. 






Lancaster, Pa. 


306 


Philip Parker Geiger. 


unmarried. 


May 14. 1879. 






Hagerstown, Md. 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



CONSORT. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Childben of William Gildersleeve Paeke (XX 174) and Helen E. Ackley. 



William Gildersleeve 
Parke, 

Elizabeth Parke. 

Norman Hulick 

Parke 

Nathan Grier Parke. 

Helen Parke. 

Ann Parko. 

Bosworth Parke. 



Percy Ballantine. 
Julia PhyfEe. 



Nov 


1 


1871. 


Jan. 




1874. 


A up 


2fi 


1877. 


Mar 


28 


1884. 


May 28, 1887. 


Julv 


12 


1892. 


July 


18 


1895. 



Mar. 11,1902. 
Apr. 28,1903. 



Montrose. Pa. 
Virginia. 



The Childben of Anna Melanie Pabke (XX 178) and Thomas Henby Athebton. 



314 


Louise Parke 

Atherton. 


unmarried. 


Sept. 28. 1881. 








315 


Thomas Henry 

Atherton. 




Jan. 16,1884. 








316 


Melanie Gildersleeve 
Atherton. 




June 11, 1886. 








317 


Sarah Henry 

Atherton. 




Jan. 6,1889. 








318 


Elizabeth Grier 




Oct. 29.1892. 








319 


Eleanor Eiggs 

Atherton. 




Oct. 24,1895. 









The Childben of Victoeia M. Pakke (XX 181) and James Hillis Masset. 



320 


Lucie May Massey. 




Feb. 8, 1881. 






Kensington, Md. 


321 


Parke Duncan 




Apr. 4,1886. 






Kensington. Md. 


322 


Gertrude Grier 




June 9.1888. 






Kensington. Md. 


323 


Ncel Maxwell Massey. 




Aug. 5, 1891. 






Kensington, Md. 



The Childben of Beetha M. Pabke (XX 183) and Daniel A. Bat. 



Robert Parke Bay. 
Mary Louisa Bay. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILT. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Children of Maby G. Pabke (XX 1S5) and J. Ross Scabborough. 



327 
328 



Newton Maxwell 

Scarborough. 

Clarence Parke 

Scarborough. 
Robert Harsbal 

Scarborough. 
Jane Whiteford 

Scarborough. 
.Jessie Grier 

Scarborough. 



Feb. 26, 1887. 

May 26, 1888. 
Sept. 28, 1890. 
June 24, 1892. 
Mar. 20, 1901. 



Oct. 25, 1892. 



The Cnn.DREN of Maetha P. Parke (XX 187) and Edward A. Wilson. 



333 I Sara Parke Wilson. 



The Children of Edwin Grieb Worrall (XX 188) and M. Belle 



334 
335 



Walter Robinson 

Worrall, 

Helen Wallace 

Worrall. 

Jacnes Grier Worrall. 



The Children of Frank Chalmers Worrall (XX 192) and Mart McFadden. 


337 


Margaret Atwood 

Worrall. 




1893. 








The Children of Alice Aletta Thompson (XX 193) and John M. Neely. 


338 


Robert Thompson 

Neely.! 


Aug. 29, 1882. ' 







GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



OP FAMILY. 



MABRIAGE. 



The Childben of Irene Gkier Thompson (XX 198) and William E. Lloyd. 



Julia Mercer Lloyd. 
I.enore Upham Lloyd. 
Helen Sharpless 
I Lloyd. 



The Childben of Ann Elizabeth Richards (XX 202) and John W. Taylob. 



Warren Melville 

Taylor. 
Julia Van Ness 

Taylor. 
John Norrel Taylor. 
Margaret Anna 

Taylor. 
Blanche Richards 

Taylor. 
Francis Gait Taylor. 



Dec. 22, 1884. 
Apr. 13, 1888. 



Oct. 17,1893. 
Oct. 11,1897. 



New York City. 



The Childben of John Smith Richards (XX 206) and Anna Zook. 



Zook Van Ness 

Richards. 
349 Harold Richards. 



The Childken of Mary Haven Richards (XX 207) and Alfred Wilson Lawton. 



Francis Nichols 

Lawton. 
bheafe Richards 

Lawton. 
Louisa Haven 

Lawton. 



Artha Marion EQel. 



Apr. 


23 


1874. 


Dec. 


9, 


1878. 


Apr. 


15, 


1882. 



Hackensack, N. J. 



The Children of Thomas Howell Richards (XX 211) and Sallie Jameson Bodley. 



353 |8arah Bodley 
Richards. 

354 Ivcila Louisa Richards. 



Sept. 24, 1879. 
July 22, 1881. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEUBBB OF FAUILY. I 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of Thomas Howell Richabds (XX 211) and Amy Turflee Westerfelt. 



XXI 
355 Elizabeth Turflee 

Sheafe Richards. 



Feb. 20, 1903. 



The Childben of Elizabeth Smith Richards (XX 212) and Henry M. Hook. 



Laura Eugenia Hook. 
Leila Marguerite 

Hook. 
Henry Ferdinand 

Hook. 



Nov. 28, 1884. 
Dec. 9,1887. 
May 28, 1890. 



July 31, 1885. 



The Childben of Chables McKnight Loeseb (XX 225) and Geobgiana Close Smith. 



359 


Thomas Smith Loeser. 


I. Mary Helen 














Schropp. 


June 6,1867. 


I. Jan. 13, 1892. 




Morristown, N. J. 






II. Ethel Summer- 


















II. June 1, 1904. 






360 


Charles McKnight 

Loeser. 


uumarried. 


Feb. 20. 1871. 









The Childben of Charles McKnight Loeseb (XX 225) and Julia Helen Repplieb. 



Paul Loeser. 

Ruth Schropp Loeser. 



Dec. 21, 1S9S. 



The Children of Sidney Hab\-ey Loeser (XX 227) and Morton McIlvaine. 



Howard Loeser I Elizabeth Perry 

McIlvaine.! Clapp, 

I Mary McIlvaine. I John J. Kutz. 

Thomas Looser I 

McIlvaine. 

Anne Morton | 

McIlvaine. John Long Mickle. 



Jan. 19,1866. 
Nov. 4,1869. 


.Tan. 
Jan. 


27, 1894. 






Apr. 25, 1873. 






Aug. 


8, 1874. 


Nov. 20, 1877. 


Apr. 


8, 1903. 







GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childeen of Fbances Collier Darling (XX 242) and Edward Niles. 



XXI 
367 Henry Darling Ni 



The Children of Fannt D. Darling (XX 244) and George W. Filbert. 



368 


Edward D. Filbert. 


Mary E. Buchter. 


May 23. 1878. 


Aug. 6, 1900. 




Reading, Pa. 


c 69 


Horace A. Filbert. 




Mar. 7,1881. 




Sept. 23, 1903. 




i 70 


Helen Filbert. 


William J. Todd. 


Nov. 3,1882. 


May 18,1905. 






371 


Thomas Stanley 

Filbert. 




Feb. 13, 1885. 









The Children of Maby Rutteb Darling (XX 247) and William Thomas Smedlet. 



372 


Ruth Thurlow 

Smedley. 




Oct. 23,1893. 








373 


Edward Darling 

Smedley. 




June 5,1897. 








374 


William Thomas 

Smedley. 




June 14, 1900. 




Oct. 1901. 




375 


Dorothy Darling 

Smedley. 




May 10, 1903. 









The Children of Thomas Darling (XX 248) and Emma Childs McClintock. 



376 Thomas Darling, Jr. 



The Children of Emily Cist Darling (XX 249) and Arthur Hillman. 



THE SMITH EECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MBUBBR OF FAMILY. 



The Childben of Mabgabetta Darling Deown (XX 255) and Fbancis Alexandeb Phelps. 



William Drown 

Phelps. 
Alice Darling Phelps. 
Frances Slocum 

Phelps. 



The Children of Elizabeth Dabling Deown (XX 257) and Ziba Bennett Phelps. 



381 
382 



Elizabeth Drown 

Phelps. 



Sept. 27, 1903. 



The Childeen of Maey Elizabeth Dunning (XX 259) and John E. Dow. 



Anaetta Dunning 

Dow, 
Lawrence Adam Dow 



Oct. 21,1871. 
July 28, 1874. 



The Cnn.DREN of Edward Tilohman Clymee (XX 263) and Ada Bubno. 



Stanley Palen Clymer. 
Charlotte Bertha 

Clymer. 



Aug. 16, 1897. 
Feb. 18, 1903. 



The Childben of Levi Smith Clymee (XX 265) and Clara Matilda Riegel. 



John Kicgcl Clymer. 
Valeria Smith Clymer. 



The Childrfx of Valeria Elizabeth Clymer (XX 266) and Samuel Smith Hill. 



390 iSamnel Smith Hill, Jr. 



July 6,1900. 



GENERATION XXI. 



229 



GENERATION XXI. 



MBMBBB OF FAMILY. 



The Childeen of Daisy Emily Smith (XX 272) and William Stewabt Mobbis. 



The Childeen of Lavinia Kennedy (XX 284) and Benjamin Rusk. 



The Childeen of Samuel Ridgway Kennedy (XX 289) and Letitla Taylob Jones. 



John Ridgway 

Kennedy, 
Samuel William Ridg- 
way Kennedy, Jr 
Charles Kennedy. 
lAnnie Jones Kennedy, 
j Catharine Ridgway 

Kennedy, 
Emma Clark Kennedy 
Richard Ridgway 

Kennedy, 
Edward Henry 

Kennedy 



Laura Bechtel. 

Caroline Shock. 

Bradford Eaton. 

unmarried. 
Jessie Haydock. 



Apr. 


13, 1871. 


Apr. 7, 1878. 


Feb. 
Feb. 


28, 1880. 
7, 1882. 


Apr. 


23, 1888. 


May 23, 1892. 



Apr. 15, 18M. 

Nov. 2, 1897. 

Mar. 25,1894. 

Apr. 20, 19W. 



Shippensburg, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Shippensburg, Pa. 
Shippensburg, Pa. 

Shippensburg, Pa. 

Shippensburg, Pa. 



The Children of Samuel Ridgway Kennedy (XX 289) and Alphoxsine Dui 



Joseph Dube Kennedy. 
Anna Maria Irene 

Kennedy. 
Charles Sherborne 

Kennedy. 
Howard Bailey 

Kennedy 
Charles M. Taylor 

Kennedy 



Jan. 30. 189.1. 
Jan. 23, 1897. 
Oct. 25.1898. 
Aug. 12, 1900. 
Jan. 23, 1905. 



The Childeen of Cathaeine Ann Kennedy (XX 



406 May Dungan. 



Charles Goss. 



and Mahlon K. Dungan. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MAKRIAGE. DEATH 



The Childeen of Ann Maria Sheeboene Kennedy (XX 292) and Alfred Wat. 



The Children of Henry Comley Kennedy (XX 296) and Mary Craft. 



410 
411 
412 



Elizabeth C. Kennedy. 
Franklin W. Kennedy. 
Edwin C. Kennedy. 
Martha H. Kennedy. 



May 29, 1889. 
Oct. 20,1890. 
Aug. 30, 1892. 
May 10, 18»4. 



Dec. 17, 1898. 
Nov. 23, 1894. 



The Children of Henry Comley Kennedy (XX 296) and Elizabeth M. Geiscom. 



413 
414 
415 



Henry 0. Kennedy, Jr. 
Ruth Kennedy. 
Norman Smith 

Kennedy. 



Feb. 24, 1898. 
Apr. 2, 1899. 



Apr. 12, 1904. 



Feb. 11, 1899. 



The Children of Joseph Sherborne Kennedy (XX 301) and Miriam Bitting. 


416 


Miriam Bittins 

Kennedy. 




July 3, 1896. 








The Children of Emma Sherborne Kennedy (XX 303) and William MoCanna Latorty. 


417 


Maris Alexander 

Laverty. 




Feb. 5,1894. 






The Children of Susan Kennedy Powell (XX 308) and Theodore Borden. 


418 


John Alfred Borden. 




Apr. 23, 1884. 









GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. DEATH. 



BESIDENCB. 



The Childben of William Howell Powell (XX 309) and Emilie Hunteb. 



Aug. 29, 



The Children of Kathaeine Agnes Powell (XX 310) and Feancis Melton Grillet. 



William Powell 

Grillet- 
Alexander Grillet. 
Katharine Grillet. 



Jan. 27,1897. 
Oct. 29,1900. 
July 4, 1903. 



The Children of Emma Coleman Goocii (XX 317) and Robert Fulton. 



Susan Gooch Fulton. 
Katharine Lane 

Fulton. 



The Children of Clara Stoddart Gooch (XX 318) and William Wilson Glen. 



Charles Gooch Glen. 
Helen Fulton Glen. 
William Wilson Glen, 
2d. 



The Children of Frances Jeannette Smith (XX 321) and James Hannah Austin. 



Howard Albert 

Austin. 
Ruth Austin. 
James Hannah Austin. 



Lester W. Hall. 



Jan. 25,1880. 
Apr. 26,1881. 
Oct. 23, 1883. 



Kansas City, Mo. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



THE SMIT7I RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



UEUBER OF FAMILY. 



UARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Cech-ia Be™rly Smith (XX 322) and Joseph Swift Doane. 



431 
432 



Marguerite Livingston 
Doane. 

Valeria Beverly 

Doane. 



Mar. 10, 1881. 
Jan. 5, 1886. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



The Children of Bessie Ale.xander Smith (XX 323) and Frank Lee Gordon. 



433 Frances Leigh 

Gordon. 

434 Lucille Doane Gordon. 



The Children of Blanche Smith (XX 324) and Oliver John Pait.. 



Feb. 23, 1890. 
Nov. 25, 1893. 



The Chhjjben of Mabel Smith (XX 325) and William Axford Galentine. 



437 Phyllis Galentine. 



The Children of Alice Littell (XX 327) and Arthur Murray Cobb. 



Humphrey Murray 

Cobb. 
Virginia Murray Cobb. 



The Children of Philip Littell (XX 328) and Fanny Whittemore. 



440 
441 
442 



Robert Littell. 
Margaret Littell. 
Whittemore Littell. 



May 15, 1896. 
June 22, 1898. 
Mar. 22, 1901. 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF 



MARRIAGE. 



The Children of Lucy Parr (XX 332) and Henry Wilson Temple. 



XXI 

443 
444 



John Parr Temple. i 
Martha Aguew 

Temple, j 
William Jameson i 

Temple. 



June 13, 1893. 
Oct. 8, 1896. 
June 16, 1903. 



The Children of Margabetta Correy Parr (XX 333) and David Mackenzie Campbell. 



446 


Elizabeth Lang 

Campbell. 




Apr. 28, 1901. 








The Children of John Beaton Pare (XX 334) and Lizzie Myrtle Wilmot. 


447 


JIargaretta Parr. 




Sept. 30, 1902. 







The Children of Henry Montgomery Slaymakeb (XX 338) and Elizabeth Ruthvorn. 



44S Emily Slaymaker. 



The Children of Philip Kuhns Si.aymakek (XX 343) and Carrie Newel Ridglet. 



Robert Ridglcy 

Slaymaker. 



The Children of Mabgabet Cornelia Bicking (XX 358) and William W. Prathbr. 



Florence Dombey 

Prather. 
John Garrett Prather. 



Dec. 7, 1889. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



OF PAHILT. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Esther May Bicking (XX 359) and James McTamant. 



XXI I 
452 James B. McTamany 



The Chu,dren of Grace Dustin Bicking (XX 361) and James D. Moore 



453 James G. Mo 



Feb. 1891. 



The Children of Grace Dustin Bicking (XX 361) and James James. 



Grace K. James. 
Harriet .Tames. 
Rogers James. 



Mar. 30, 1900. 
Nov. 19, 1902. 
Nov. 19, 1902. 



The Children of Margaret M. Haktman (XX 362) and J. E. Shumard. 



457 Grace E. Shumard. unmarried. 

458 Lilly D. Shumard. 



Owensville, O. 



The Children of Nancy J. Hartman (XX 363) and S. W. Moorhead. 



Lilly D. Moorhead. 
Georciauna Moorhead. 
Sarah H. Moorhead. 



E. J. Dunham. 



Mar. 22. 1876. 
July 13, 1878. 
Apr. 1, 1882. 



Payetteville, O. 
Monterey, O. 
Monterey, O. 



The Children of Mabgaret W. Glancy (XX 367) and John Ellis. 







GEKERATION XXI. 
GENERATION XXI. 




235 


NO. 


MBMBBB OP FAMILY. 


CONSOET. 


BIETH. 


MABRIAQE. 


DEATH. 


BBSIDBNCE. 



The Childeen of Samuel M. Glanct (XX 368) and Emma Williams. 



XXI , 












464 


Alfreta Glancy. 




July 9, 1885. 




Aug. 13, 1885. 




465 


Anna Glauev. 




May 9,1886. 








466 


Clinton Glancy. 




Dee. 25, 1887. 








467 


h/lias Glaucy. 




May 25, 1890. 








468 


Byron Glancy. 




May 25, 1890. 




July 17, 1898. 





The Childeen of Estheb Glancy (XX 369) and P. S. Day. 


469 
470 


Clinton K. Day. 
Clarence Day. 




Sfpt. 5,1886. 
Sept. 9,1888. 








The Childeen of Lilly Glancy (XX 370) and Edwabd Hughes. 



Albert Hughes 
Bruch Hughes. 
Zoah Hughes. 
Elva Hughes. 



Mar. 


5 


1894. 


Mar 


5 


1894. 


Feb. 


16 


1897. 


Jan. 


13 


1902. 



The Childeen of Mabgaeet M. Bicking (XX 371) and Benjamin F. Smith. 



475 Grace Smith. 



The Childeen of Obson R. Bicking (XX 375) and Claba Kachel. 



Mary E. Bicking. 
Charles D. Bicking. 



The Childben of Anna E. Bicking (XX 376) and Joseph H. Aston. 



478 Frank Smith Aston. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



BESIDBNCE. 



The Children of Nathan S. Bicking (XX 377) and Clara Kr.vft. 



479 Walter Bicking. 

480 Robert Bicking. 



The Children of Ida C. Hulick (XX 37S) and Harvey Johnson. 



481 


Bessie H. Johnson. 




July 


1887. 








482 


Merrick M. Johnson. 




Mar. 


1889. 








4S3 


Henry M. Johnson. 




Jan. 


1891. 








4.S4 


Clark M. Johnson. 




Jf,n 


1893. 








485 


Julia A. Johnson. 




Feb. 


1900. 









The Children of Ada J. Hlt-ick (XX 379) and Joseph Kidd. 



Mark A. Kidd. 
John JI. Kidd. 
Joseph H. Kidd. 



Nov. 22, 1885. 
Oct. 27,1889. 
Sept. 30, 1900. 



The Children of Florence Hulick (XX 3S2) and Julius Deningee. 



489 I Julius Deninger. 

490 ;Paul Deninger. 



The Children of Joseph V. Glancy (XX 383) and Eva Mahabn. 



491 Clifford P. Glancy. 



May 20, 1900. 



Children or Mn.Es G. Glancy (XX 385) and Hattie Vabney. 



Everette Glancy. 
C«Kile M. Glancy. 
Neva Glancy. 



iJune 9,1889. 
Dec. 2, 1895. 
Aug. 5,1897. 







GENERATION XXI. 
GENERATION XXI. 




237 


INDEX 


MEMBER OF FAMILY. 


C0.30UX. 


BIRTH. MARRIAGE. 


death. 


RESIDENCE. 


The Childben of Martha L. Glanct (XX 386) and Frank Thibet. 


XXI 
495 
406 


Hanford A. Thirey. 
Leontine Thirey. | 


June 1,1892. 
July 4,1897. 








The Chhjjben of Kate E. Chbistt (XX 389) and William Bubdsali.. 


497 


Edward J. Burdsall. 


j Sept. 20, 1877. 




Dec. 11, 1889. 




The Children of Joseph Earl Chbistt (XX 390) and Elizabeth Inness. 


49S 
499 
500 


Goldena Christy. 
Al Inness Christy. 
Theresa May Christy 


William D. Davidson. Oct. 29, 1874. 
June 10. 1878. 
May 10, 1884. 


May 4, 1898. 


Marathon, O. 
Batavia. 0. 
Marathon, 0. 


The Children of Joseph Earl Ciiristt (XX 390) and Mart B. Wall. 


501 


Joseph Earl Christy. 




Feb. 5, 1892. 






Marathon. O. 


The Childben of Addds B. Christt (XX 392) and Nathaniel B. Whitakeb. 


502 


Harry L. Whitaker. j \ Dec. 17. 1883. 


iDallas. Tex. 

1 1 


The Children of Clara E. Christy (XX 393) and William M. Smith. 


503 
504 


Howard C. Smith. 
G. Blanche Smith. 




Feb. 1. 1889. 
June 2,1892. 


: JMarathon, O. 
1 Marathon, O. 











THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX 


MBMBBB OP FAMILY. 


CONSOKT. 


B,H.H. 


™- 


DEATH. 


RESIDENCE. 


The Childben of Grieb R. Chbisty (XX 394) and Jessie McNutt. 


XXI 

505 


Ralph L. Christy. 




May 26, 1889. 






Marathon, 0. 


The Childben of Geiek R. Chbisty (XX 394) and Cabbie Johnson. 



John G. Christy. 



The Children of Louisa E. Chbisty (XX 395) and Charles M. Johnson. 



Myra C. Johnson. 
Louisa A. Johnson. 
Claudine B. Johnson. 
Christy Johnson. 



July 1, 1889. 
Sept. 3,1891. 
Sept. G, 1897. 
Aug. 13, 1900. 



BataTia, O. 

Batavia, O. 

Batavia, O. 

Batavia, O. 



The Children or Theodobe W. Riley (XX 400) and E.milie Pobtee. 


511 


James Porter Riley. 




Nov. 1, 1902. 








The Children of Adelaide Riley (XX 401) and Wilmer Towers Beck. 


512 


Katherine Conysham 




Sept. 8.1887. 








The Children of Stephen Harris (XX 411) and Agnes Cointat. 


513 


Eleonore Dubois 

Harris. 




Apr. 1, 1900. 









GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childeen of John McArthur Harris (XX 412) and Sophia Weygandt. 



Lucy Weygandt 

,Tc)lin McArthur 

Harris, Jr. 



June 3, 1895. 
June 16, 1901. 



The Children of Elizabeth Harris (XX 413) 



Edward H. Keiser. 



Catharine Harris 

Keiser. 

Bernhard Keiser. 

Stephen Harris 

Keiser. 

Edw.irJ H. Keiser. 



Apr. 16,1897. 
Mar. 17, 1899. 



Apr. 29, 1901. 
Sept. 1903. 



The Children of George Brodhead Harris (XX 416) and Elizabeth Holbert. 



520 


George 


Brodhead. 

Harris. 


521 


Marian 


Frazer 

Harris. 


522 


Joseph 


Macdonald 






Harris 



May 5,1899. 
Dec. 15,1900. 
Sept. 6,1902. 



The Children of Frances Brodhead Harris (XX 417) and Reynolds Dri\t:r Brown. 



Joseph Harris Brown. 
Reynolds Driver 

Brown 
Delia Brodhead 

Brown 



Feb. 23, 1897. 
Nov. 14. 1903. 
Oct. 27.1905. 



The Children of Madeline Vaughan Harris (XX 419) and Henry Ingersoll Brown. 



Henry IngersoU 

Brown. 
Clinton Harris 



Oct. 14, 1903. 
Nov. 8, 1905. 



240 



THK SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MKMBER OP FAMILY. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children or Maey Campbell Parry (XX 420) and William E. Mikell. 



Feb. 26, 1900. 



The Childeen of Henet Feazeb Habbis (XX 424) and Virginia Blair Johnston. 



Anna Blair Harris. 



Sept. 6,1905. 



The Children of Cathaeine Steeepee Monaghan (XX 425) and Arnold Gindeat Talbot. 



The Children' of Frances Smith Monaghan (XX 42o) and James Clark Ibwin. 



5.S1 


James Clark Irwin. 


, 


May 25, 1896. 








532 


Hobert Mouaglian 

Irwin. 




Mar. 13, 1899. 








533 


William Henry Irwin. 




Apr. 28. 1901. 




/ 




534 


John Irwin. 




Sept. 22, 1902. 









The Cnn.DBEN of Prazee Monaghan (XX 427) and Edith Elizabeth Hays. 



Apr. 30, 1904. 



The Childeen of PEESffOR Smith (XX 429) and Haidee Winnette Tylee. 



536 Johanna Smith. 
."37 |Thomazine Fairlamb 
I Smith. 



Dec. 8, 1899. 
Nov. 12. 1902. 



GENERATION XXI. 



241 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP TAMILT. 



MAKRIAGB. DBATB 



The Children of Rosalind Wood Smith (XX 430) and Richaed H. M. Robinson. 



The Children of Persifob Fbazer Tall (XX 433) and Lillie Louisa Topp. 



Nov. 1, 1902. 



The Children of Edith Mae Tall (XX 435) and Edgar A. Da%t:nport. 



541 William Wallace 

Davenport. 



The Childken of Herbert Bet an (XX 443) and Abigail Ntttt. 



542 Elizabeth Harvey 

Bryan, 



Oct. 22,1905. 



The Chh.dren of William Smith Boyd (XX 4-52) and Lillian Pauline Zurflieh. 



543 William Boyd. 



The Children of Marcl\ Ebernz Smith (XX 456) and Samuel Henry Bell. 



Marcia Plamer Bell. 
Merle Bell. 
Margaret Parish Bell. 



Oct. 26.1877. 
Oct. 22,1880. ! 
Aug. 6,1883. 



New York City. 



242 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Children of Robert William Smith (XX 457) and Maby O'Donnel. 



548 
519 
550 
551 
552 
553 
554 



Robert William Smith, 
Jr. 
Roscoe Daniel Smith. 
Gwendolj-D Smith. 
James Herr Smith, 2d. 
Veronica Smith. 
Estella Smith. 
Aurea Smith. 
(A daughter). 



Feb. 25, 1887. 
Oct. 31,1888. 



Aug. 18, 1889. 



The Children of Estella Maby Smith (XX 45S) and William D. Houston. 


555 
556 


Neill Houston. 
Caroline Smith 

Houston. 




Mar. 31, 1889. 
Mar. 3,1892. 








The Children of Robert Grier Smith (XX 462) and Sarah J. Mackin. 


Ml 

559 


Robert Mackin Smith. 
Janet Frances Smith. 
Anna Kauffelt Smith. 




Aug. 6,1898. 
Feb. 24, 1900. 
Apr. 6. 1902. 








The Children of Howard Persifor Smith, 2d (XX 471) and Mary T. Brubaker. 



Howard Persifor 

Smith, 3rd. 
Wilson Heyward 

Smith. 
James Fleming Smith. 



The Children of Samuel Melancthon Smith (XX 477) and Margaret Sheldon. 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



OP FAMILY. 



The Children of Henry Slatmaker Smith (XX 478) and Mabel Colton. 



XXI 

564 Slaymaker Colton 

Smith. 



The Childre.n of Susan Cochran Coombs (XX 483) and Charles McDermott. 



565 


Stanley Cochran 

McDermott. 




1881. 




189C. 




5«6 


Dotiglas McDermott. 
Wallace Charles 




1885. 








567 














McDermott. 




1888. 








568 


Stephen Henry 

McDermott. 




1891. 








569 


Jean McDermott. 




1894. 









The Children of Porter Maxwell (XX 507) and Vlrginla Columbl^ Post. 



570 


Franklin Post 






j 




Maxwell. 


Reta B. Heavner. 


Feb. 8, 1870. 


June 20, 1895. 


jBuckhannon, W. _ 


571 










1 




Maxwell. 




Sept. 20. 1871. 




Peel Tree, W. Va. 


572 










■ 






Smith. 


Nov. 15, 1873. 


Feb. 9, 1899. 




573 


Harriet Paine 

Maxwell. 


Hugh Jarvis. 


Mar. 19, 1877. 


Feb. 28,1900. 


Clarksburg, W. Vn. 


574 


Carrie Martin 




Jan. 1, 1879. 




!Poel Tree. W. Va. 


575 


Clay Maxwell. 




Sept. 24, 1880. 




Peel Tree, W. Va. 


576 


Emilv Frances 












Maxwell. 




Sept. 26, 1882. 






577 


Blanche Virginia 

Maxwell. 




Sept. 30, 1888. 




Peel Tree. W. Va. 



The Children of William Brekt Maxwell (XX 509) and Emma B. Williams. 



Susan Alice Maxwell. 

Claude Brent Howard 

Maxwell. 



Aug. 8,1885. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



OF FAMILY. 



CONSOBT. 



The Childben' of William Brent Maxwell (XX 509) and Lillie Jabvis. 



Ruth Maxwell. 
Franklin Jarvis 

Maxwell. 
William Brent 

Maxwell. 



May 11, 1896. 
Nov. 11, 1897. 
Sept. 7,1899. 



The Childben of Ella Maxwell (XX 515) and C. S. Hook. 


583 
584 


May 0. Hook. 
James Maxwell Hook. 




May .S,1882. 
Aug. 31. 1886. 






The Childben of Flora Maxwell (XX 517) and J. H. Osborne. 


585 
586 


Ella Osborne. 
Margaret Osborne. 


Oct. 8, 1890. 
Oct. 26.1899. 


1 




The Children of Luther Maxwell (XX 519) and M.\ry Noble. 



Minnie Maxwell. 
Stella Maxwell. 
Katie Maxwell. 
Lyaia Maxwell. 
William Franklin 

Maxwell. 



May 17, 1888. 
Oct. 4, 1890. 
Oct. 16,1893. 
June 15. 1895. 

May 28, 1897. 



The Children of Fbank Maxwell (XX 520) and Verta McGovern. 



.-.92 
593 
.594 



t Harry Maxwell. 
W. Claude Maxwell. 
If. Clifford Maxwell. 



June 18. 1885. 
June 26. 1887. 
May 15, 1896. 




The Childben of John Maxwell (XX 521) and Barbara Douglass. 



Charles E. Maxwell 
CIcavie J. Maxwell. 



GENKRATTON XSI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



M.\BRIAGE. DEATH 



The Children of Virginia Maxwell (XX 525) and E. H. Davisson. 



PraDk Davisson, 
Lydia Jane 
May Davisson. 
Hattie Davisson. 
Hugh Davisson. 
Mary Rebecca 

Davisson. 
Mamie E. Davisson. 



Mar. 16, 1885. 

May 18, 1886. 
Dec. 1, 1887. 
May 1, 1891. 
July 18, 1892. 
July 5, 1894. 



The Children of Mary Maxwell (XX 52G) and 



Lydia Idel Nutter. 
Susie Alice Nutter. 
Williams Davis 

Nutter. 
Eli Jlarshall Nutter. 
Chester Bliss Nutter. 
Marv Martha Nutter. 
Carrie Fay Nutter. 
Xelli.' May Nutter. 
Dullie Jane Nutter. 
Juliot Grace Natter. 
Bessie Isabel Nutter. 
Frankie \'irginia 

Nutter. 
Lucy Maxwell Nutter. 



Aug. 


18, 1880. 


Mar. 


3, 1883. 


Mar 


3, 1883. 


Sept 


19. 1884. 


Mav 


6, 1886. 


Aug. 


14, 1887. 


Nov 


2, 1888. 


Apr. 


26, 1890. 


Dec 


13, 1891. 


Jan 


23, 1895. 


Dec. 


6, 1896. 


Dec. 


3, 1898. 


Mar. 


2,1900. 



Oxford. W. Va. 



The Children of Amy Lowther (XX 528) and Jabez Carpenter. 



618 


Anna Gertrude 

Carpenter. 




Jan. 29,1888. 






Cairo, Ritchie Co.. 
W. Va. 


619 


Winnie Jane 




Feb. 11, 1890. 






Cairo. W. Va. 


620 


Lily Bell Carpenter. 




Apr. 9.1892. 






Cairo, W. Va. 


621 


.\rchie Howard 




July Ifi, 1894. 






Cairo, W. Va. 


622 


Marshall Carpenter. 




Mar. 16, 1897. 






Cairo. W. Va. 


623 






Mar. 10, 1899. 








624 


Setha Carpenter. 




Apr. 1. 190:3. 




Cairo, W. Va. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Children of Robebt M. Lowtheb (XX 530) and Maby Douglas. 



XXI 














625 


Franklin Douglas 

Lowther. 




May 27, 1890. 








626 


James Archie 

Lowther. 




July 2,1891. 








627 


Emma Lowther. 




May 18, 1893. 








628 
629 


Andrew Bernard 

Lowther. 

John Robert Lowther. 

Edwin Abner 

Lowther. 




Nov. 18, 1894. 
May 6, 1897. 

Feb. 5, 1899. 




Dec. 16, 1900. 




631 


Elizabeth Lowther. 




Jan. 12,1901. 








632 


Alma Lowther. 




June 19, 1903. 









The Childben of Anna V. Maxwell (XX 534) and Ulysses S. Upton. 



Sylvia J. Upton. 
John L. Upton. 
CordeUa G. Upton. 



Joseph W. Tryman. 



Jan. 25,1883. 
Nov. 24, 1884. 
July 15, 1890. 



iRosedale, W. Va. 



The Children of Coedelxa Jane Ma.xwell (XX 535) and Spenceb Collins. 



636 


Beatrice Collins. 




Apr. 14,1893. 




Oct. 


21, 1894. 




637 
638 


Eustace Maxwell 

ColUns. 

Herbert Spencer 

Collins. 




Apr. 14, 1898. 
Sept. 21, 1894. 








Glenville, W. V«. 
Glenville, W. Va. 


639 


Genevieve Pearl 

Collins. 




Apr. 21, 1896. 








Glenville, W. Va. 


640 


Boyd Creed Collins. 




July 21, 1898. 










641 


Ruby Virginia ColUns. 




Oct. 12,1900. 




Sept 


1, 1901. 





The Childben of Ibwin F. Maxwell (XX 536) and Nettie Cork. 



Edna Maxwell. 
Howard Cork 

Maxwell. 



July 9, 1892. 
Sept. 15, 1894. 



GENERATIOX XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX jiEMBER OP PAMILT. CONSORT. 



HAItRIAOE. 



The CaiLDBEN of Charles Lewis Maxwell (XX 537) and Ella Woofteb. 



XXI 1 ,1,1 


644 Melville C. Maxwell. 




Oct. 18,1892. 






Arbela, W. Va. 


645 Forest V. Maxwell. 




Sept. 15, 1894. 






Arbela, W. Va. 


646 Albert W. Maxwell. 




May 24, 1896. 






Arbela, W. Va. 


647 Margaret L. Maxwell. 




Apr. 7, 1898. 
May 18. 1900. 






Arbela. W. Va. 


648 1 Frances G. Maxwell. 








Arbela, W. Va. 


649 (Roy C. Maxwell. 




May 15, 1902. 






Arbela, W. Va. 



The CHILUBE^f of William E. Maxwell (XX 538) and Jennie Clevingeb. 



William Hale 

Maxwell 
Abraham Lewis 

Maxwell 
Malinda M.ixwe!l. 
Spencer C. Maxwell. 



July 7, 1895. 

Apr. 4, 1898. 

Apr. 7, 1900. 

Feb. 9, 1902. 



Letter Gap. W. Va. 

Arbela, W. Va. 
Arbela, W. Va. 
Arbela, W. Va. 



The Childben of Pobter Maxwell (XX 556) and Rosa Belle Adam& 



654 


Irbv Adolph Maxwell. 




Feb. 17, 1894. 








655 


Zella Deen Maxwell. 




Oct. 12,1896. 








656 


Blake Edward 

Maxwell. 




Mar. 7,1899. 








657 


Ruble Isabel Maxwell. 




July 25, 1901. 









The Children of Levi Maxwell (XX 558) and Mittie Farnswobth. 



658 
659 
660 
661 
662 


William Maxwell. 
Hazel F. Maxwell. 
Reta Maud Maxwell. 
Vera Iris Maxwell. 
Geneva Maxwell. 




Oct. .5, 1895. 




Aug. 22. 1892. 





The Chu-dben of Ella Jane Maxwell (XX 560) and Calvin Ebnest Wilson. 



Vera Alma Wilson. 



248 



THE SillTII RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



IKDBX 
HO. 


MEMBER OF FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MARRIAGE. 


.EATH. 


RES^E. 


The Childeen of Waitman T. Whxie Maxwell (XX 572) and Matilda Ellen Robinson. 


XXI 
664 
665 


Iva F. Maxwell. 
W. T. Willie 

Maxwell, Jr. 


Marcus C. Willis. ' Dee. 7, 1885. June 4, 1903. | Pickens, W. Va. 
Dec. 15, 1889. | Sept. 18, 1893. 

! ! 1 


The Childben of Edwin Maxwell (XX 573) and Frances Farland. 


666 


John Failaud 

Maxwell. 




Feb. 8, 1897. 








The Childben of Edwin Maxwell (XX 573) and Vena Rowe. 



667 

6G8 



Edwin Lewis 

Maxwell, 
Loretta Franklin 

Maxwell, 



[ Oct. 1. 1901. 
Jan. 28,1903. 



The Children of Virginia Maxwell (XX 575) and Alvin K. Clark. 



660 


Oeorcc D. Clark. 




Mar. 30, 1886. 




Not. 15, 1896. 




670 


Virginia Clark. 




July 28, 1888. 








671 


Mary B. Clark. 




.Tan 8 1891 








672 


Benjamin C. Clark. 




Oct. 22,1893. 








673 


Alvin K. Clark. 




Aug. 11. 1895. 








674 


Lantz H. Clark. 




May 29. 1897. 








675 


Flora Maxwell Clark. 




May 2. 1900. 









The Children of Flora Maxwell (XX 576) and Hiram Lynch. 



|(!ecil Shannon Lynch, 

I Amy Lynch. 
Tx-vi Maxwell Lynch 
Lumuiie Lynch. 



Oct. 9,1883. 

Feb. 8, 1886. 

.Tan. 6,1889. 

Dee. 3. 1892. 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



249 



MEMBBB OP PAMILI. CONSOBT, 



The Childben of Ellen Jane Maxwell (XX 577) and Tazewell Jones. 



Arthur H. Jones. I 
JI.Txwell Jones. I 

Nellie V. Jones. 
Loe Jones. 
John Paul Jones. 



Nov. 10, 1 
Jan. 23,1890. 
Oct. 7, 1892, 
Mar. 3,1895 
Sept. 26, 1898, 



I Apr. 10, 1893. 



The Children of Wilson Bonnifield Maxwell (XX 578) and Caroline Howell Lindsay. 



6S.1 


Claude Wilson 
















Maxwell. 


Ellen M. White. 


July 28, 1877. 


June 4, 1903. 






Elkius. W. Va. 


(W(i 


Elizabeth Jane 
















Maxwell. 


Porter J. Marsh. 


Jan. 28,1879. 


Feb. 19,1904. 






Parsons, W. Va. 


fi87 


Lee Maxwell. 




Dec. 28,1880. 




Apr. 


17. 1833. 




tiH8 


John Hugh Maxwell. 




Oct. 28,1882. 








Elkins, W. Va. 


680 


Mary Eugenia 

Maxwell. 




Sept. 10, 1885. 








Elkins, W. Va. 


690 


Franklin Rufus 

Maxwell. 




Dec. 17, 1886. 








Elkins, W. Va. 


691 


Ernest Maxwell. 




Sept. 7,1888. 




Feb. 


27, 1900. 




692 


Earle Maxwell. 














693 


Vera Maxwell. 




Nov. 2i; 1889. 










694 






Aug. 21, 1891. 










69.T 


Joseph Maxwell. 




Mar. 27, 1896. 










696 


Norman Ellwood 

Maxwell. 




July 7, 1898. 











The Children of Mary Angelina Maxwell (XX 5S0) and William S. M. Spesekt. 



i 
) 


Dollie gpesert. 
Jennie Miller Spesert. 
William Dorsey 

Spesert. 


Nilsen Peterson. 


Apr. 16, 1876. 
Apr. 23, 1878. 

Dec. 7, 1879. 


June 6,1897. 


Jan. 17 
Mar. 2.'-i 


1879. 

1880. 


Fortuna, Cal. 


) 


Oeorge Francis 

Spesert. 
Willis Maxwell 

Spesert. 
Edwin Allis Spesert. 
Mary Jane Spesert. 
Sarah Elizabeth 

Spesert. 




June 27. 1881. 












Jecca Lipscomb. 


Sept. 20. 1883. 
July 9, 1885. 
Apr. 16. 1887. 

Feb. 9,1889. 


1904. 






Yager, Cal. 



250 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATIOxN XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Mary Angelina Maxwell (XX 580) and W. Abraham Lipscomb. 



707 
708 



Oscar Perry 

Lipscomb 
Abraham Ferris 

Lipscomb 
Cyrus Atlee 

Lipscomb 
Joseph Arnold. 

Lipscomb, 
Lewis Vivian 

Lipscomb, 



May 26, 1891. 
July 18, 1892. 
Jan. 30,1897. 
May 8, 1898. 
June 18, 1900. 



The Children of Dorcas Angelica Ma.xwell (XX 581) and Oliver Lowtheb. 



710 


Maxwell Lowther. 




Dec. 5, 1877. 




Dec. 


7, 1877. 




711 


William Ernest. 

Lowther. 




Jan. 19,1879.' 








Ipoh, Malaysia. 


712 


Oliver Franklin 




Nov. 25, 1880. 








U. S. Navy. 


713 


Virginia Mary 
















Lowther. 


T. W. Shanafelt. 


Dec. 6,1883. 


Nov. 17, 1901. 






South Bend, Ind 


714 


Robert Paul Lowther. 




Dec. 8, 1898. 











The Children op Hu Maxwell (XX 582) and Anna H. Humphreys. 



Selby Frederick 

Maxwell. 
Marian Maxwell. 
Anna Maxwell. 



Apr. 8, 1894. 
June 8,1895. 
June 29, 1900. 



The Children of Cyrus Haymond Maxwell (XX 583) and Melvina Jane Adams. 



718 


Hu Thurman 

Maxwell. 




Jan. 1889. 




June 29, 1890. 




719 


Ida Ruth Maxwell. 




May 12. 1891. 








720 


Paul Rufus Maxwell. 




June 17, 1804. 








721 


George Ralph 

Maxwell. 




.ran. IT, 1S9S. 








722 


Cyrus Maxwell. 




June 6. 1S!»9. 








723 


(A son). 




Au.i;. 6.1900. 









GENERATION XXI. 



251 



GENERATION XXI. 



OP FAMILY. 



The Childeen of John Fbanklin Ma.xwell (XX 



AND lONA V. PiPEB. 



Harold Joseph 

Maxwell, 
Samuel Haymond. 

Maxwell, 
Hugh Piper Maxwell, 
(A daughter). 
^A daughter). 



Apr. 


9, 1897. 


Jnn 


29, 1899. 


Mar 


23, 1901. 


hVh 


27, 1904. 


Feb. 


27, 1904. 



The Childken of Levi Hendeon Maxwell (XX 586) and Geoegla Jane Humphbies. 



Harry Lee Maxwell. 



The Childeen of William Thomas Maxwell {XX 591) and Mabt L. Lewis. 



730 Heury E. Maxwell. 

731 Cora E. Maxwell. 

732 Harry C. Maxwell. 

733 iLoonie G Maxwell. 



Delia Gillespie. 
William Y. Crabbe. 
Grace Brown. 
H. B. Schrader. 



Feb. 19, 1862. 
Aug. 17, 1867. 
Aug. 27, 1871. 
Nov. 3.1873. 



Burlington, la. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Creston, la. 
Alliance, Neb. 



The Childeen of Maey Feances Maxwell (XX 592) and Iea Kenwoethv. 



Alzina Kenworthy. 
William Kenworthy. 
Elmer Kenworthy. 
Thomas M. 

Kenworthy 
Morris Kenworthy. 
Lewis Kenworthy. 



William Paul. 



Apr. 20, 1859. 
Apr. 26, 1861. 
Jan. 26,1864. 

Nov. 22, 1866. 
June 4, 1869. 
Aug. 15, 1871. 



Aug. 27, 1893. 



Creston, la. 

Casey. la. 

Las Animas, Cal. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



OP FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. DBATH, 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of Rebecca Jane Ma.xwell (XX 594) and Joseph Staggers. 



XXI I 



746 

747 
748 
749 
750 



Delia M. Staggers, 
("leona I. Staggers. 
Jeunie Staggers. 
Fanuie Staggers. 
I Daisy Staggers. 
Josephine Staggers. 



Harry Kirkpatrick. 
Ralph Wilcox. 
Richard Phipps. 



June 5,1867 
Apr. 29, 1869 
Dec. 28, 1871 
Sept. 14, 1877, 
Mar. 30, 1878 
Aug. 15, 1882 



July 29,1890. 



June 16, 1872. 



Powell, O. 

Powell, O. 

Powell, O. 

Powell, O. 

Powell. O. 



The Children or Maeion Levi Maxwell (XX 596) and Maby Ann Armstrong. 



Adrial H. Maxwell. 
Thomas D. Maxwell. 
I.eona F. Maxwell. 
Ira O. Maxwell. 
Minnie E. Maxwell. 



Sept 


9,1875. 


Sept. 15, 1877. 


Oct 


10, 1883. 


Ang 


28! 1885. 


Feb. 


26, 1887. 



Creston, la. 
Creston, la. 
Creston, la. 



The Children of Robert Maxwell Boggs (XX 597) and Hattie Haigess. 



Frank Leland Boggs, 
Edward Delaud 

Boggs, 



The Children of Minerva Helen Boggs (XX 598) and L. L. Benson. 



755 


Horace William 














756 


Benson. 
Frances Maxwell 

Benson. 


Nellie Halse. 


May 16. 1863. 
June 1,1866. 


May 


24. 1886. 




Cardington, O. 
Pasadena Cal 


757 


Emily Elba Benson. 


Harry Raymond 
















Raub. June 29, 1869. 


JnnP 


I8f>3. 




San Francisco Cal 


7.58 




Nov. 26, 1870. 






Apr. 20, 1890. 





GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILT. 



The Children of Frances Sylvia Boggs (XX 599) and Byron Bunker. 



XXI 
















759 


Minerva BiinUpr. 


.Tames G. Moore. 


May 3, 1865. 


Aug. 


21, 1891. 




La Grange, Texas. 


760 


Cora Bunker. 


George S. Grifflu. 


Mar. 20, 1867. 


Aug. 


9, 1891. 




Austin, Texas. 


761 


Lida Almeda Bunker. 




Jan. 20,1869. 








Salado. Texas. 


762 


Kate Bunker. 




Dec. 12, 1871. 


Oct. 


7,1900. 




Leforest, Texas. 


763 


Elmora Bessie 
















Bunker. 


D. C. Partin. 


Oct. 12,1875. 


Aug. 


6, 1894. 




La Grange, Texas. 


764 


William Reuben 
















Bunker. 


Florence Porter. 


Jan. 3,1878. 


Jan. 


7, 1901. 




Salado. Texas. 


765 


Etta Mav Bunker. 




Mar. 30, 1880. 








Salado, Texas. 


766 


Evia Fay Bunker. 




Jan. 1.1885. 








Salado, Texas. 



The Children of Winfield Scott Maxwell (XX 607) and Susan Crum. 



Edwin A. Maxwell. 
Oakley M.nxwell. 

Glea A. Maxwell. Nellie Ander.son. 
Ella B. Maxwell. 
Minnie O. Maxwell. 
i 



Feb, 


18. 1869. 


Apr. 


20. 1871. 


hVb 


15, 1874. 


Oct, 


15, 1877. 


Mar 


3, 1880. 



Winfield. Ks. 
Winfield, Ks. 
Denver, Col. 
Winfield, Ks. 
Winfield. Ks. 



The Children of Robert Rienzi Maxweil (XX 60S) and Iris Jones. 



Robert P. Maxwell. 
William Franklin 

Maxwell. 
Acle Reid Maxwell. 



May 31, 1875. 
Dec. 26, 1876. 



Cardington. O. 



The Children of Amy Jane Maxwell (XX 611) and Leander W. Ssitth. 



Clive Fernando 

Maxwell. 
Robert Royal 

Maxwell. 
Minnie Belle 

Maxwell. 



Jan. 29,1877. 
Sept. 10, 1878. 
Aug. 29, 1880. 



Jan. 26,1879. 



264 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Children of Mart Ellen Maxwell (XX 613) and David Orr. 



XXI 














778 


William Henry Orr. 




Oct. 1, 18&4. 






Byesville, 0. 


779 


Margaret Elba Orr. 




Nov. 13, 1887. 






Byesville, O. 


780 


David .lackson Orr. 




Dec. 4, 1892. 






Byesville, 0. 
Mt. Pleasant, 0. 


781 


Daniel Watson Orr. 




Aug. 30. 1898. 







The Children of Margaret Rebecca Maxwell (XX 615) and Frank 



Cbesna Jones. 
Lucy Jones. 
Earl Jones. 



Oct. 15,1885. 
Sept. 19, 1888. 
Sept. 28, 1893. 



The Children of Allen Oliver Maxweix (XX 616) and Flora Belle Benedict. 



Charles Levi Maxwell, 
Lewis Vaughan 

Maxwell 
Harriet Ruth 

Maxwell 



Jan. 13, 1893. 
Aug. ■4,1894. 
Feb. 20, 1897. 



The Children of Charles Wilbur Maxwell (XX 618) and Eubetha Campbell. 



Marian Wilbur 

Maxwell, 
Dean Lewis Maxwell, 



Feb. 18, 1898. 
Jan. 25,1901. 



The Children of Liston Maxwell McMii.len (XX 620) and Minnie Foreman. 



GENERATION XXI. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OP FAMILY. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Chii-dren of Caroline Bell Irkla.nd (XX 624) and Loins C. Haddox. 



Corydon Haven 

Haddox. 
Louis Henry Haddox. 
Lillie Love Haddox. 
Rosalie Rowena 

Haddox. 
Boyd Bundy Haddox. 
Caroline Ireland 

Haddox. 



Aug. 27, 1877. 
June 10. 1879. 
Jan. 15, 1881. 



The Children of Cortdon Boyd Ireland (XX 625) and Metta L. McChesney. 



Mary Winifred 

Ireland. 
Corydon Boyd 

Ireland, Jr. 
Caroline Sletta 

Ireland. 
Maxwell McChesney 

Ireland. 
Lily Alexandria 

Ireland. 
Bruce Alexander 

Ii-pland. 



The Children of Mart Alexandria Ireland (XX 628) and Stephen Cunard Kingman. 



Elba Nile Kingman. 
Hortense Virginia 

Kingman. 
Cunard Maxwell 

Kingman. 



Aug. 27, 1884. 
Jan. 20,1888. 
July 10, 1890. 



The Children of Elba Nile Ireland (XX 629) and William Frew Duncan. 



Mary Maxwell 

Duncan. 
Thomas Ireland 

Duncan. 
Virginia Duncan, 



July 13, 1902. 
Aug. 17, 1904. 



256 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEMBER OF FAMILY. 



RESIDEN'CE. 



The Children of Ellsworth A. Peck (XX 634) and Ada Emebson Cutter. 



XXI 

809 Leo C. Peck 

810 Martha Hazel Peck. 



The Children of Arthur Clermont Peck (XX C40) and Frances E. Potter. 



811 


Frances Havergal 

Peck. 




Apr. 19, 1886. 








812 






1888. 




1888. 




813 


Warren Peck. 








1892. 




814 


Arthur Peck. 




1894. 




1894. 




815 


Helen Peck. 




Feb. 19. 1896. 








816 


Isabel Peck. 




June 21, 1902. 









The Children of James Farris Peck (XX 641) and Frances H. White. 



The Children of Margaret Susan Peck (XX 644) and Edwin C. Terry. 



Pauline E. Terry. 



Apr. 15, 1900. 



The Childben of John Shebman Peck (XX 645) aud Mabgabet Faust. 



820 Carrie Peck. 



Samuel Linsted. 



Aug. 6,1882. Dec. 9.1900. 



GENERATION XXI. 



257 



GENERATION XXI. 



MEUBBR OF FAMILY. 



MABRIAOB. 



The Childben of John Shebman Peck (XX 645) and Maby Louisa Cecil. 



Apr. 11, 1894. 
Nov. 17, 189T. 



The Childben of Elva May Peck (XX 646) and William H. Cecil. 



Hazol Marie Peck. 



The Children of Amos Geieb Ewing (XX 652) and Stella C. Coan. 



Katharine Ewing. 
Sarah Ewing. 
Claude Coan Ewing. 



The Children of Elizabeth Miriam E\ving (XX 657) and Fbank Foote. 



Frank Collins Foote. 
I Alice Ewing Foote. 
lElizaheth Foote. 



The Children of Franklin Newton Brown (XX 661) and Maby L. Brannawan. 



830 
831 

ii 


Harry F. Brown. 
Lulu M. Brown. 
Frank E. Brown. 
Walter N. Brown. 




Oct. 1, 1881. 
Jan. 12.1883. 
Jan. 13, 1888. 
Mar. 16, 1891. 









The Children of Ella Brown (XX 667) and Rees H. White. 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXI. 



INDEX 
NO. 


MEMBER OP PAMILI. 


CONSOKT. 


BIBTH. 


mabriagb. 


DEATH. 


BESIDENCE. 1 


The Chu-dben of James B. Williams (XX 668) and Josephine R. Wilson. | 


XXI 

835 


Robert W. Williams. 


May 2,1886. 









The Children of Bebtha May Suplee (XX 679) and John A. Stteb. 



836 Clarence Elmer Styer. 

837 Alice Marie Styer. 

838 Sarah Ann Styer. 



May 25, 1892. 
Mar. 15, 1900. 
June 12, 1902. 



Sept. 10, 1902. 



The Children of John Morton Swlee (XX 680) and Anna Armstrong. 



S40 
841 
842 



George Walter I 

Suplee. 

Maud Irene Suplee. 

Lena Frances Suplee. 

Lapp Suplee. 



Mar. 29, 1899. 
July 23, 1900. 
Feb. 18, 1902. 
Feb. 3, 1904. 



The Cheldken of James K. Brown (XX 691) and Sarah Smith. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



The Children op Hannah Emily Brown (XX 692) and P. F. Brendlinger. 



845 Margaret R. i 

! Brendlinger. unmarried. 

846 George Brendlinger. Marie Humphries. 

847 William Brendlinger. unmarried. 

848 Mary Hill 

Brendlinger. unmarried. 



Sept. 22, 1873. \ 

Sept. 1,187.5. ] Nov. 5,1899. 

Aug. 6, 1878. 

Feb. 18, 1881. 



Pittsburg, 



GENERATION XXI. 259 

Edward Pentzer Ingham (XXI 12), born at Davenport, Iowa, was 
graduated from Wilton High School 1890. His collegiate course was taken 
at the State University of Iowa. He afterward entered the Law department of 
that imiversity, from which he was graduated June, 189C. He practiced law at 
Wilton, Igwa, till January 1900, when he was elected Attorney of Muscatine 
coimty, to which position he was re-elected in 1902. 

His wife, Edna Belle Mayer, horn Carlinville, Illinois, October 16, 1874, 
is the only daughter of Edward Mayer, a physician of Uuquoin, Illinois, and his 
wife, born Sarah Bell. 

George Meek Ingham (XXI 13) was graduated from Wilton High School 
1895. He served in the Fiftieth Iowa Kegiment during the Spanish-American 
war in 1898. He was graduated M.D. by the Chicago College of Physicians 
and Surgeons in May, 1904, and is now practicing medicine in Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin. 

Dora Porter (XXI 60). Her husband, Frank Fleming, is a mill worker. 

George Washington Sterling (XXI 65) is a teamster. 

William Kukland Sterling (XXI 66) is a carpenter. 

Clyde Emmerson Sterling (XXI 67) is a farmer. 

Alberta Joyce Porter (XXI 91). Her husband, ]\Iilton Henry Arthur, is 
a pattern maker. 

Carrie May Porter (XXI 93) is a teacher in the public schools. 

Ealph Beacher Porter (XXI 94) is a clerk. 

William Duncan Porter (XXI 135) is an elevator builder. 

Sarah Emma Brown (XXI 180). Her husband, W. Albert Jones, is a 
physician. 

Mary Sorby Glass (XXI 196). Her husband, William Harrington, is a 
glass worker. 

Marcus Acheson Morrow (XXI 216) is in the ser\ace of the Westinghouse 
Electric Works in Birmingham, England. 



ZbU THE SMITH RECORD. 

Frances Grier White (XXI 234). Her husband, Eobert Emory TJmbel, 
was born Markleysburg, Pennsylvania, July 11, 1863. His parents were 
Samuel C. Umbel, a German Baptist clergyman, and his wife, born Martha 
Louisa Brown, of Scotch Irish parentage. E. E. Umbel was educated at West- 
ern Pennsylvania Institute, Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, admitted to the 
practice of law in 1887, a member of the law firm of Boyd & Umbel from 1888 
to 1900, and was elected Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the 14th 
judicial district of Pennsylvania in November, 1899. He is a deacon in the First 
Presbyterian church of Uniontown, Pennsylvania. His ancestors were origi- 
nally from Wales and settled in New Jersey in 1770. 

Anne McDowell White (XXI 235) was educated at Eye Seminary, New 
York. 

William Henry White (XXI 236) was graduated by the Drexel Institute 
of Philadelphia 1902, Civil and Mechanical engineer. He is now an engineer 
in the service of the Baltimore & Ohio Eailroad Company engaged in con- 
struction. 

Eobert Edwin McCrea White (XXI 237) is a student in the high school 
of Connellsville^ Pennsylvania. 

Frank King Biggs (XXI 238) is a lawyer of New York City. 

Foster Higgins Biggs (XXI 239) is engaged in the silk business in 
Chicago, Illinois. 

Montgomery Herman Biggs (XXI 240) is chief physician at the Phila- 
delphia hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

William Howard King (XXI 241) is a physician. 

Lazelle H. King (XXI 243) is First Lieutenant, First Cavalry, U. S. A., 
stationed at San Antonio, Texas. 

Persifor Marsden Cooke (XXI 257) is a banker. 

Hedley Vicars Cooke (XXI 258) is a lawyer. 

Eobert Grier Cooke (XXI 259) is connected with a publishing house. 



GENERATION XXI. 261 

William Harvey Cooke (XXI 260) is a physician. 

Edward Marsden Cooke (XXI 261) is a mereliant. 

Jessie De Guylpin Cooke (XXI 262). Her husband, Orlando B. Willcox, 
is a lawyer. 

Morris Llewellyn Cooke (XXI 263) is connected with the publishing house 
of iJwikii M. WiflomiJ, of Philadelphia. His wife, born Eleanor B. Davis, is a 
daughter of Henry L. Davis, of Germantown, Pennsylvania. 

Elizabeth Eichmond Cooke (XXI 264). Her husband, Irving W. Bon- 
bright, is connected with a banking house. 

Asenath Elliott Grier (XXI 265) is a teacher. 

Charles Smith Grier (XXI 267) is a deputy clerk of Tehama Co., Cali- 
fornia. 

Kobert ilajor Grier (XXI 268) is a druggist associated in business with 
his father, Eobert Smith Grier. 

Eanny Grier Happersett (XXI 271). Her husband, Thomas H. Kees, is a 
Major, tr. S. Engineer Corps. 

Emily Kirby Happersett (XXI 274). Her husband, George E. Stockle, 
is a Captain, Eighth United States Cavalry, stationed at Jefferson Barracks, 
Mipsouri. 

Agnes Eloisa Parke (XXI 289) died in her twentieth year. 

Martha Jane Parke (XXI 290). Her husband, Pearson P. Leutman, wa^ 
a lawyer. He died in 1900. 

Samuel Parke Ileitsher (XXI 301) was graduated M. E. Lehigh 1901. 
He is in the service of the Eichmond, Fredericksburg and Washington Eailroad 
Company. 

William Augustus Heitsher (XXI 302) was graduated M. E. Cornell 
1903. 



262 THE SMITH RECORD. 

Mary E. Geiger, Jr. (XXI 304). Her husband, Henry K. Eecher, is a 
son of E. M. and Mary C. Recher. He is connected with S. M. Bloom & Com- 
pany, a wholesale drygoods house of Hagerstown, Maryland. 

Louise Parke Atherton (XXI 314) was graduated in 1903, from Bryn 
Mawr College. She has for a year past been familiarizing herself with the 
conditions of life in India. 

Thomas Henry Atherton (XXI 315) is a student of Princeton University, 
class of 1906. 

Melanic Gildersleeve Atherton (XXI 316) is a student of Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege, class of 1906. 

Francis jSTiehols Lawton (XXI 350) is an electrical engineer. He has 
charge of the electrical plant at Hackensack, Xew Jersey. 

Louisa Haven Lawton (XXI 352) has been educated for a musical career, 
being gifted with a iine voice. 

Thomas Smith Loeser (XXI 359). His first wife, Mary Helen Schropp, 
was born August 25, 1868, and died iSTovember 9, 1903. His second wife, Ethel 
Sumnierfield Squire, was born November 24, 1873. 

John Eidgway Kennedy (XXI 393) is a member of the firm of Samuel 
W. Kennedy & Company, of Philadelphia, and treasurer of the Pennsylvania 
Farmers' Condensed Milk Company. 

Annie Jones Kennedy (XXI 396). Her husband, Bradford Eaton, was 
of Church Hill, Maryland. He is manager for Sauuiel W. Kennedy and Com- 
pany of Philadelphia. 

Catharine Ridgway Kennedy (XXI 397) was graduated as a surgical 
nurse, and is practicing that calling under Dr. Betz. 

Richard Ridgway Kennedy (XXI 399) was graduated in 1905 from the 
Shippensburg High School. 

Walter Way (XXI 407) is in the employ of J. B. Lippincott, publishers, 
of Philadelphia. 



GENERATION XXI. 2b3 

Catharine Way (XXI 408) is a teacher in the Friends' School of Grerman- 
town, Pennsylvania. 

John Alfred Borden ( XXI 418 ) is a student of medicine in the University 
of Pennsylvania. 

Grace E. Shuinard (XXI 457) is an agent for the Insurance Company of 
North America, Owensville, Ohio. 

William Ernest Lowther (XXI 709) is a missionary teacher at Ipoh, 
Perak, in Malaysia. 

Oliver Franklin Lowther (XXI 710) is an officer of the United States 
Xavy, at present on the Oregon. 

Corydon Haven Haddo.x (XXI 791) was graduated hy the Zanesville, 
Ohio, High School, and by the State University of Ohio. He is now on the staff 
of the "Columbus Evening Despatch." 

Louis Henry Haddox (XXI 792) was graduated by the same school as was 
his brother, Corydon Haven Haddox. He is now shipping clerk for the Tracy 
Wells Merchandise Company of Columbus, Ohio. 

Lillie Love Haddox (XXI 793) is an artist. 

Eosalie Rowena Haddox (XXI 794) is being educated in the high school 
at ZanesvillCj Ohio, for a musical career. 

Elba Nile Kingman (XXI 801) is a student in the Ohio Wesleyan Semi- 
nary. 

Cunard Maxwell Kingman (XXI 803) when eleven years of age was 
chosen page of the seventy-fifth General Assembly of Ohio, and was again chosen 
for the seventy-sixth Assembly. 



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GENERATION XXII. 



INDEX 


MEMBER OF FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MARRIAGE. ; DEATH. 


RESIDENCE. 


The Childben of Edwabd Pentzer Ingham (XXI 12) and Edna Belle Mayer. 


XXII 

1 


AUce Helen Ingham. 


1 Feb. 6, 1901. 








The Children of Pamela Naylor Smith (XXI 19) and Lloyd U. Dick. 


2 


Irene Elizabeth Dick. 




Jan. 14, 1895. 








The Children of Frank Snow (XXI 99) and Hannah Shadle. 



Ira Milton Snow. 
Mildred Elizabeth 

Snow. 
Viola Maria Snow. 



The Children of Alison Theodore Snow (XXI 100) and Gertrude Shaner. 



6 


Theodore Welsh 

Snow. 












The Children of George Wylie Porter (XXI 136) and Augusta Fisher. 


7 George Washington 
Porter. 




Feb. 28, 1904. 


1 


The CHn.DREN of Elsie McCall Christlan (XXI 141) and Henry L. Baird. 


8 
9 


Elsie Lucetta Baird. 
Pearl Margaret Baird. 


.Tune 12, 1902. 
Dec. 23, 1903. 


1 i 

1 



GENERATION XXII. 



265 



GENERATION XXII. 



[NDEX MEMBER OF FAMILY. CONSORT. 



MARRIAGE. 



The Childben of Haktley Howabd Murdoch {XXI 172) and Nanct Mat Lyons. 



xxn 






1 i 


10 


Hartley Howard 

Murdoch. 




July 4,1900. 


1 


11 


Delia May Murdoch. 




Dec. 9,1902. 


i 



The Childben of Saeah Mubuoch Henbt (XXI 177) and Egbebt J. Wilson. 



12 Emma Heury Wilson. 



The Children of Allisteb Grant Brown (XXI YIS) and Caboline Reynolds. 



Elizabeth Hulton 
Brt 

Norwell Bruce Brown. 



The Children of Ora R. Mehard (XXI 1S7) and Henry Haber. 



Mary Mehard Haber. 
Lois Sarah Haber. 
Kenneth Coates 

Haber. 



The Children of Maby Sorby Glass (XXI 196) and William Harrington. 



Hamilton Cresson 

Harrington. 



Sept. 27, 1902. 



THE SMITH KECOED. 



GENERATION XXII. 



MEMBER OP PAMrLT. 



MABBIAGB. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of Frances Geieb White (XXI 234) and Robebt Emobi Umbel. 



The Childrex of Frank King Biggs (XXI 238) and Mabgaret Higgins. 



The Childben of Fosteb Higgins Biggs (XXI 239) and Habbiet L. Bowdoin. 



22 Anita Joy Biggs. 

23 I Howard King Biggs. 



The Childben of William Howard King (XXI 241) and Mabt Stokes. 



24 Howard King. 

25 jWilliam Paul King. 

26 [Rodney Stolies King. 

27 Dorothy Mary King. 

28 Margery Lazelle 

King. 



May 2, 1893. 
Oct. 16,1895. 
Jan. 22, 1897. 
June 25, 1898. 

May 22, 1904. 



Sept. 10, : 



The Children of Anita King (XXI 242) and Benjamin Franklin Cabteb. 



GENERATION XXII. 



267 



GENERATION XXII. 



uakriace:. 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of Pebsifor Marsden Cooke (XXI 257) and Annie Shields. 



XXII 
30 Stanley Shields 



The Children of Hedlet Vicars Cooke (XXI 258) and Habeiet S. Tubneb. 



31 Thomas Turner 

(3ooke. 

32 I Elizabeth Marsden 
Cooke. 



June 19, 1894. 
Jan. 18, 1896. 



The Childben of William Harx-et Cooke (XXI 260) and Mart E. Reynolds. 



Katharine Reynolds 
Cooke. 

Gertrude Reynolds 

Oooke. 



Sept. 16, 1900. 
Aug. 13. 1903. 



The Children of Jessie De Guylpin Cooke (XXI 262) and Orlando B. Wnxcox. 



Marie Farnsworth 

Willcox. 

Edward Cooke 

Willcox. 



Oct. 18.1900. 
June 21, 1902. 



The Children of Elizabeth Richmond Cooke (XXI 264) and Irving Wayland Bonbbight. 



37 Irving Wayland 

Bonbright 



Feb. 10, 1903. 



268 



THE SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXII. 



MEMBBB OP FAMILY. 



HABRIAQE. DEATH 



RESIDENCE. 



The Childben of Horace Jamison Kelly (XXI 278) and Coba Winteb. 



XXII 
38 


Horace Winter KeUy. 




i 1 




The Childben of Mabt E. Geigeb, Je. (XXI 304) and Henry K. Recher. 


39 


H. Philip Recher. 




Jan. 3,1888. 




1 


The Childben of Elizabeth Parke (XXI SOS) and Pebcy Ballantine. 


40 


Peter Ballantine. ' 


Feb. 7, 1903. 








The Childben of Thomas Smith Loeser (XXI 359) and Maey Helen Schbopp. 



Thomas Smith Loeser, 

John Loeser. 

Ruth Schropp Loeser, 



I July 27, 1893. 
Jan. 14, 1895. 
1 Aug. 17, 1897. 



The Childben of Howard Loeser McIlvaine (XXI 363) and Elizabeth Perry Clapp. 



44 ! Sidney Loeser 

Mcllraine. 




Oct. 21,1896. 








The Children of Mart McIlvaine (XXI 364) and John J. Kutz. 


45 


Sidney McIlvaine 

Kutz. 




Jan. 1, 1899. 













GENERATION XXII. 
GENERATION XXII. 




269 


INDEX 
NO. 


MEMBER OF FAMILY. 


CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MABRIAOH. 


DEATH. 


BBSIDBNCB. 


The Childben of Edwabd D. Filbert (XXI 368) and Mabt B. Buchtbb. 


XXII 
46 


Horace Darling 

Filbert. j Aug. 2, 1904. 

i ! 









The Children of John Ridgway Kennedy (XXI 393) and Laura Bechtel. 



Persifor Kennedy. 
Bertram Kennedy. 
Laura Kennedy. 
Alice Kennedy. 
Samuel Ridgway 

Kennedy, Jr. 
Ethel Ruth Kennedy. 



The Children of Samuel William Ridgway Kennedy, Jr. (XXI 394) and Caroline Shock. 



Marian Letitia 

Kennedy. 
Florence Kennedy. 



June 23, 1899. 
Jan. 12, 1902. 



The Children of Lilly D. Moorhead (XXI 459) and E. J. Dunham. 



The Children of Goldena Christy (XXI 498) and William D. Davidson. 



57 Helen E. Davids 



June 17, 1900. 





270 


THE SMITH RECORD. 
GENERATION XXII. 






INDEX 
NO. 


M..B..O..AM.... 


CO.SOHX. 


B.HXH. 


MARRIAGE. 


DEATH. 


RESIDENCE. 


The Childben of Franklin Post Maxwell (XXI 570) and Reta B. Heavneb. 


XXII 

58 ,VirginiaLe« Maxwell. 

1 




Aug. 24, 1899. 






Buckhannon, W. Va. 



The Childben of Lee Maxwell (XXI 572) and Bopeei Kathabine Smith. 



Mar. 8,1901. 



Clarksburg, W. Va. 



The Childben of Habbiet Paine Maxwell (XXI 573) and Hugh Jakvis. 



Martha Virginia 

Jarvis. 
Porter Maxwell 

Jarvis, 



Feb. 10, 1901. 
Nov. 6,1902. 



Clarksburg, W. Va. 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



The Childben of Clai'de Wilson Maxwell (XXI 685) and Ellen M. White. 



Grace Wilson 



Apr. 11, 1905. 



The Childben of Jennie Milleb Spesert (XXI 698) and Nilsen Peteeson. 



63 Mary Pearl Peterson, 

64 Marea Ruth Peterson 

65 George Francis 

Peterson, 

66 Rachel Christiana 

Peterson 

67 [Rebecca Carolena 

Peterson 



May 26, 1898. 
July 22, 1900. 


Dee. 


24 


1902. 


Jan. 


14, 


1905. 


Jan. 


14, 


1905. 



GENERATION XXII. 



GENERATION XXII. 



NDEX 
NO. 


MEMBER OP FAMILY. CONSORT. 


BIRTH. 


MARRIAGE. i DEATH. 


RESIDENCE. 


The Children of Wn,Lis Maxwell Spesert (XXI 701) and Jecca Lipscomb. 


XXII 

68 


Mabel Marie Spesert. 




Apr. 30, 1905. 


i 




The Children of Virginia Mart Lowther (XXI 713) and T. W. Shanafelt. 


69 


Wilbur Maxwell 

Shanafelt. 


Aug. 28, 1892. 








The Children of Cleona I. Staggers (XXI 741) and Henrt Kirkpatrick. 


70 


Ethel M. Kirkpatrick. 


1 1 
Dec. 16, 1895. 1 




The Children of Jennie Staggers (XXI 742) and Ralph Wilcox. 


71 
72 


Clarence J. Wilcox. 
Gail M. Wilcox. 1 


Aug. 4,1892. 
Sept. 6,1897. 






The Childeen of Fannie Staggers (XXI 743) and Richard Phipps. 


73 
74 


Charles J. Phipps. 
Herman D. Phipps. 




June 3,1900. 
May 12, 1903. 


! 


The Childben of Horace Wiixiaji Benson (XXI 755) and Nellie Halse. 



75 


Helen Edith Benson. 


76 


Walter Franklin 




Benson. 


77 


Paul Leonard Benson. 


78 




79 


Robert Landon 




Benson. 


80 






Benson. 


81 






Benson. 


82 


Emily Frances 




Benson. 



Apr. 12. 1887. 

May 23. 1888. 
July 31. 1889. 
July 3, 1892. 

June 30, 1897. 

Nov. 16, 1898. 

Feb. 5,1901. 

May 26, 1902. 



272 



THK SMITH RECORD. 



GENERATION XXII. 



OF FAIIILT. 



MABRIAGE. 



EESIDENCE. 



The Children of Minerva Bunkeb (XXI 759) and James G. Moobe. 



XXII 1 












83 




Dec. 16, 1893. 


.Inn. 


6, 1900. 






84 


Frances Sylvia Moore. 


Oct. 16,1896. 










85 




Mar. 2.1899. 


Deo. 


3, 1899. 








•Tohn Garrett Moore. 


Mar. 2.1899. 










87 


Paul Moore. 


Aug. 8, 1901. 











The Children or Cora Bunker (XXI 760) and George S. Griffin. 



George Byron Griffin. 
William Maurice 

Griffin. 



May 28, 1896. 
Oct. 4, 1899. 



The Children of Elmora Bessie Bunker (XXI 763) and D. C. Partin. 



p'rances Sylvia Partin. 
1 Elmora Esther Partin. j 
j.Iohn Byron Partin. i 

(infant) Partin. 1 



June 7, 189f). 
Mar. 10, 1897. 
July 23, 1901. 
May 3,1903. 



The Children of William Reuben Bunker (XXI 764) and Florence Porter. 



Mary Frances Bunker. Oct. 23,1901. 

Byron Bunker. May 2, 1903. 



The Children of Sarah Ewing (XXI 825) and Archer Coit Sinclair. 



Nov. 1903. 



The Children of George F. Bbendlinger (XXI 844) and Mabie Humphbies. 



Mary Dorothy 

Brcndlinger 



Jan. 10,1904. 



912