Facts and Events
- Ancestor #: A105327, in Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System, Secondary quality.
Service Description: 1) DEFENDER OF FORT
1) SS : CALENDER OF KY PAPERS, DRAPER, PG.495
2) KY IN RETROSPECT, DRAKE ETAL., PG.189
- ↑ Ardery, Julia Hoge Spencer. Kentucky records: early wills and marriages, copied from court house records by regents, historians and the state historian; old bible records and tombstone inscriptions; records from Barren, Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mason, Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott, and Shelby counties. (Lexington, Kentucky: Keystone Printery, Inc., c1932), 2:115, Secondary quality.
RANDOM NOTES FROM SUITS FILED IN OFFICE OF CIRCUIT CLERK
Benjamin Bedford vs. Thomas Stark, Box 423
Rubin Rankins states he has known one-eyed John Taylor since yr. 1784, said Taylor lived at Boonesboro mostly in yr. 1784, but in 1785 at Col. John Holders.
- Deposition of David Jameson, aged 56, taken May, 1813.
- Deposition of Archibald McNabb, Sr., aged 75, May 10, 1813.
- Deposition of Josiah McDowell, aged abt. 60, May 10, 1813.
- Deposition of James Kenney, aged abt. 60, May 10, 1813.
- Deposition of Moses Thomas who states he resided at Boonesboro in 1779, Strode's Station, winter of 1779 and spring of 1780, taken 1812.
- Deposition of James Kenney taken 1809, states his residence from 19th day April until June 1776 was at Boonesboro.
- Samuel J. Dowson, deposition taken 1813, states he is 37 yrs. old.
- Isaac Clinkenbeard states he came to Ky., 1779, in fall.
- Charles Scott, Secty to Gov., signs Treas. Warrant to Thomas Stark.
- Deposition of Enock Smith, Montgomery Co., was at Boonesboro, states there were about a dozen, families at Boonesboro and about 15 or 20 hunters.
- ↑ Family Notes, Secondary quality.
Tennessee State Library and Archives
SMITH, DANIEL(1748-1818)PAPERS 1784-1973
Excerpt from description of collection: (Enoch Smith, Daniel’s brother, was a soldier in the American Revolutionary War. He is known to be one of the earliest surveyors of the state of Kentucky, settling in Montgomery County as early as 1775. Among his closest friends were Daniel Boone and General George Rogers Clark.)
- Family Notes, Secondary quality.
21 Jun 1750 - 23 Apr 1825
BIRTH: 21 Jun 1750, Stafford Co., VA 
DEATH: 23 Apr 1825, Mr. Sterling, Montgomery Co., KY 
Father: Henry SMITH , Patriot
Mother: Sarah CROSBY
Family 1 : Nancy BELFIELD
MARRIAGE: 23 Apr 1778, Montgomery Co., KY 
Benjamin Franklin SMITH
Family 2 : Frances WREN
MARRIAGE: ABT. 1788
Mary (May) SMITH
+Enoch SMITH , Jr.