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m. ABT 1790
  1. General James Smith1792 - 1854
  2. Frances Smith1796 - 1875
  3. Delilah SmithABT 1798 - ABT 1867
  4. Henry SmithABT 1804 -
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Name Henry Smith
Gender Male
Birth[1] ABT 1804 , Union District, South Carolina

Unknown whether this will is from this Henry Smith or another one, but it lists some of the brothers and uncles of Henry Smith.

Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0030 Frame: 00393 item: 00

Date: 1830 C. Description: SMITH, HENRY, WILL TYPESCRIPT, YORK COUNTY (ESTATE PACKET: CASE 6, FILE 233) (2 FRAMES). Names Indexed: SMITH, HENRY/SMITH, JOHN/BILL (SLAVE)/SMITH, ABRAHAM/PHILL (SLAVE)/MORGAN, RACHEL/SMITH, NATHANIEL/SMITH, JAMES/SMITH, SARAH/SMITH, NELLY/SMITH, SCYNTHIA/SMITH, DAVID/JEFFERIES, JAMES/JEFFERIES, WILLIAM/WRIGHT, SAMUEL/SMITH, JOHN JR./SMITH, SARAH BARNET Locations: YORK COUNTY/ Type: WILL (TYPESCRIPT)/

Possible wife for Henry Smith: <http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/tn/+index+7561139616340+F> LINCOLN County Tn - NEWSPAPERS - Village Messenger 1823-1828 (Fayetteville, TN)part 2***************************************************************************Copyright. All Rights Reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htmThis File Was Contributed For Use In The Usgenweb Archives By: Linda Parrish**********************************************************************Copied from the microfilm of the original and Donated to the USGenWeb Archives by: "Linda Parrish" USGENWEB NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the Internet, data may be used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied material. These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in any format for profit or other presentation.


POSSIBLE MARRIAGE: from The Village Messenger, Fayetteville, Tennessee, Vol. 3, No. 34, December 20, 1826:

MARRIED (1826)On Thursday the 14th inst. Mr. Henry SMITH to Miss Mary HANNAH, daughter of Mr. Andrew HANNAH: [I wish they had written "son of.." by Henry Smith!! ]

Evelyn Canning has another Message No. 466 on the Hannah GenForum pertaining to the Message No. 463.


Original Message-----From: Delores Williams [1]Sent: Saturday, October 16, 2004 11:56 PMTo: Sandra GwilliamSubject: Henry Smith

Charles E. Carroll had the following Message No. 17238 on the Smith GenForum, April 16, 2000. "Need family information on Henry Smith of Randolph Co., MO. Married to Mary Hannah in 1826 Lincoln Co., TN." His posting history did not have anything after 2001, so I did a search and found some up-to-date postings for him. I posted a message to him on the Hannah GenForum and received the following back from him. "I have not done anymore research on Henry Smith and Mary Hannah. All I have is her parents Andrew Hannah and Margaret Patton. Both died in Randolph Co. Mary reportedly died shortly after her marriage. Somthing else to "muddy" the waters. Evelyn Canning has Message No. 463 on the Hannah GenForum which says in part: Randolph Co., MO Probate Records, Book A, p. 126, Sept. 1839, FHL#0975169, Item 329, "The Court appoint Henry Smith guardian of Margaret Ann, Robert P., and Rhoda Emeline Hannah minors of Samuel Hannah deceased and thereupon he entered into bond with William Upton and Andrew Hannah his securities in the penalty of $300 conditioned according to law which is approved by the court."


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References
  1. Court records: Probate.

    Barsheba Harrington Smith Lusk deed to her children.

    The Rusk County Historical Society has papers from Union County, South Carolina with extracts of wills and deeds. In those papers is found the following (along with her deceased husband, David Smith's will):

    In 1817 is a deed from Beersheba Lusk to "My sons" James Smith & Henry Smith for their portions in Estate of their father, David Smith "Which I forfeited when I married."

    Barsheba Harrington Smith Lusk deed to her children names James & Henry as her children as found in The Rusk County Historical Society papers from Union County, South Carolina with extracts of wills and deeds.