Person:Isaac Smith (9)

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Isaac Newton Smith
 
m. ABT 1816
  1. Sam Houston Smith, (undocumented)
  2. Captain Henry Madison Smith1817 - 1882
  3. Sarah Elvina Smith1818 - 1902
  4. Unknown Female Smithbef 1820 - bef 1830
  5. Frances E. SmithABT 1823 - BEF 1854
  6. Joseph P. SmithABT 1825 - ABT 1860
  7. Andrew Jackson SmithABT 1826 - BEF 1880
  8. Isaac Newton SmithABT 1828 -
  9. James Smith, (undocumented)BEF 1830 -
  10. William Jasper Smith1830 - 1894
  11. Francis Marion SmithABT 1833 - aft 1855
  12. Barsheba H. SmithABT 1834 - 1904
  13. Birt H. SmithABT 1837 - 1863
m. 2 May 1849
  1. Lone Star SmithABT 1851 -
  2. G. James SmithABT 1855 -
Facts and Events
Name Isaac Newton Smith
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] ABT 1828 , Lincoln, Tennessee
Other? May have moved to OklahomaMove
Marriage 2 May 1849 , Rusk, Texasto Mary Agnes Childress

There may also be a spouse named Jennie Audrain--found on a family group record of Helen Price.

War of 1812 Veterans in Texas by Mary Smith Fae 1850 Rusk Texas Census p.215 Nacogdoches Archives transcribed by R.B. Blake vol XLVIII Marriages of Rusk Texas

Lived in Hopkins County, Texas in about 1857 according to the following court record: Rusk Probates #407 page 423 [volume number unknown-this is about the middle page]

GUARDIANSHIP OF MARY ANN TIMMONS ET AL.

[Isaac Newton Smith guardian] of Mary Ann Timmons, Hannah Ann Timmons and Barsheba Ann Timmons, minor heirs of Thomas Timmons & Frances Timmons respectfully submits the following statement as Report of the estate of his said wards that has as yet come to his possession and is now in his control: one tract of land lying & being situate in Rusk County containing about 100 acres, a part of the headright of James Smith worth about $10 per acre [sic probably should be $1.00 per acre] $100.00. There also comes to his hands 2 land certificates, one the headright of A W. Wells for 320 acres the other the headright of Thomas Timmons for about 1834 acres that he has had both of said certificates located and patented in Cook County for the locating and patenting of which lands he gave one Wm. Hudson 551[?] acres of the same which amount was decreed to said Henderson by the District Court of Rusk County at its Spring Term 1856 which amount was taken off of the survey made by virtue of the headright of said Timmons which when [distributed is crossed out] deducted from said survey leaves about 1283 acres to said minors worth about $1.00 per acre $1283.00. The A. W. Wells tract is worth about $1 per acre $320. That he has received in cash of the Estate of said minors about the sum of $1250. Which sum was recd. From Sampson Christie on a note held by the undersigned as said guardian against said Christie a considerable portion of which money has been expended in paying for the education of and for necessarys from said minors the exact amount of which expenditures the undersigned is at this time unable to state as he has not his vouchers with him having forgot to bring them with him from his residence in Hopkins County.

The undersigned further states that he will fill an additional report in a short time setting forth the amount of said expenditures and the amount of said money still remaining in his hands. He further states that none of said lands reported are in cultivation. Some being ____ wild lands, all of which is respectfully submitted and reported and asked to be confirmed.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 16th day of January 1857. IN Smith C.J. Garrison ccc Rusk Co By Perry G. Whetstone Dept. Filed Jany 26th 1857

next line: Jany Term 1858: Guardianship of Mary Ann Timmons et al. The annual report of the guardian of said minors being filed and the same being examined by the court. It is ordered by the court that the same be received affirmed and recorded....


Note from Helen Price: On page 122 it had Hattie Timmons, dau of Thos and Frances Timmons. d.February 14, 1865, age 18 yrs. On the 1860 Mclennan County census it had Hattie and her sister living with Isaac Newton Smith (her uncle and his family).

In the Civil War, Isaac Newton (Newt) lost an arm Probably sometime in July 1862. Patience Crain Black wrote about it in her letters dated 20 & 28 July 1862. He came home about July 28 according to her letters.

1860 McLennan County, Texas Federal Census page 122

175-175 I. N. SMITH 30 m Farmer TN Isaac Newton SMITH Mary A. 26 f AL Mary A. CHILDRESS Lone Star 9 m TX G. James 5 m TX M. CHILDRESS 20 f AL Margaret CHILDRESS H. A. TINSMAN 13 f TX Hannah Ann TIMMONS Boshibs A 11 f TX Barsheba Ann TIMMONS

Estate of B. H. Smith [Birt H. Smith] In the probate Court March Term 1863. To the Hon. A. J. Smith, Chief Justice of said County the petition of A. J. Smith a citizen of said county would represent unto your Honor that one B. H. Smith departed this life in the Month of February 1863 leaving a last will and testament in which he appointed your petitioner the executor of the same.

Birt SMITH names these persons in his will: WJ Smith, Newton Smith, the heirs at law of Joseph Smith deceased and the heirs at law of Francis Timmons to wit.

Barsheba Ann Timmons & Hannah An[n] Timmons being the only heirs I intend to provide for of said Francis Timmons. Also Elizabeth Morehead, daughter of Bersheba Morehead. Also the heirs of Francis M. Smith by him begotten. [Sandra's note: There is no record of him ever being married or having heirs but Birt's will and a deed of Release of Family Slaves refer to the heirs of Francis Smith. The heirs may be Lone Star Smith and G. James Smith who are liviing in the 1860 census with Issac Newton & Mary Agnes Childress Smith]

[Isaac Newton Smith guardian] of Mary Ann Timmons, Hannah Ann Timmons and Barsheba Ann Timmons, minor heirs of Thomas Timmons & Frances Timmons respectfully submits the following statement as Report of the estate of his said wards that has as yet come to his possession and is now in his control: one tract of land lying & being situate in Rusk County containing about 100 acres, a part of the headright of James Smith worth about $10 per acre [sic probably should be $1.00 per acre] $100.00. There also comes to his hands 2 land certificates, one the headright of A W. Wells for 320 acres the other the headright of Thomas Timmons for about 1834 acres that he has had both of said certificates located and patented in Cook County for the locating and patenting of which lands he gave one Wm. Hudson 551[?] acres of the same which amount was decreed to said Henderson by the District Court of Rusk County at its Spring Term 1856 which amount was taken off of the survey made by virtue of the headright of said Timmons which when [distributed is crossed out] deducted from said survey leaves about 1283 acres to said minors worth about $1.00 per acre $1283.00. The A. W. Wells tract is worth about $1 per acre $320. That he has received in cash of the Estate of said minors about the sum of $1250. Which sum was recd. From Sampson Christie on a note held by the undersigned as said guardian against said Christie a considerable portion of which money has been expended in paying for the education of and for necessarys from said minors the exact amount of which expenditures the undersigned is at this time unable to state as he has not his vouchers with him having forgot to bring them with him from his residence in Hopkins County.

next line: Jany Term 1858: Guardianship of Mary Ann Timmons et al. The annual report of the guardian of said minors being filed and the same being examined by the court. It is ordered by the court that the same be received affirmed and recorded....

References
  1. LDS Family History Library film number 1020932 Rusk County Court probate records Rusk County Court probate records Probate. (Probate & Will of Birt Smith: LDS Family History Library film # 1020932

    LDS Family History Library film # 1020932), LDS Family History Library film # 1020932.

    Estate of B. H. Smith [Birt H. Smith]
    In the probate Court March Term 1863. To the Hon. A. J. Smith, Chief Justice of said County the petition of A. J. Smith a citizen of said county would represent unto your Honor that one B. H. Smith departed this life in the Month of February 1863 leaving a last will and testament in which he appointed your petitioner the executor of the same.

    Birt SMITH names these persons in his will:
    WJ Smith, Newton Smith, the heirs at law of Joseph Smith deceased and the
    heirs at law of Francis Timmons to wit.

    Barsheba Ann Timmons & Hannah An[n] Timmons being the only heirs I intend to provide for of said Francis Timmons. Also Elizabeth Morehead, daughter of Bersheba Morehead. Also the heirs of Francis M. Smith by him begotten. [Sandra's note: There is no record of him ever being married or having heirs but Birt's will and a deed of Release of Family Slaves refer to the heirs of Francis Smith. The heirs may be Lone Star Smith and G. James Smith who are liviing in the 1860 census with Issac Newton & Mary Agnes Childress Smith]

    LDS Family History Library film # 1020932--see Text
    Rusk County Court probate records
    , Probate & Will of Birt Smith: LDS Family History Library film # 1020932
    LDS Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA.

  2. Family records, LDS Family History Library film # 1020932.

    1850 Rusk County, Texas, Federal Census
    Lines 36 - 37

    Isaac Newton & Mary Agnes Childress Smith

    88 88 Isaac N. Smith 22 M Engineer 1800 TN
    [Isaac Newton Smith, the son of James & Hannah Parker Smith, born abt 1828 in Lincoln County, Tennessee]

    88 88 Mary 15 F AL
    [Mary Agnes Childress born abt 1835 perhaps in Marshall County, Alabama where her brother Rufus Childress was born. Her parents were James & Sarah Parker Childress.]

    Isaac Newton Smith and Mary Agnes Childress were first cousins. Their mothers were sisters.

    1850 Rusk County, Texas, Federal Census Lines 36 - 37
    Isaac Newton & Mary Agnes Childress Smith --see image

  3. Family records, LDS Family History Library film # 1020932, 1860.

    1860 McLennan County, Texas Federal Census

    175-175 I. N. SMITH 30 m Farmer TN Isaac Newton SMITH
    Mary A. 26 f AL Mary A. CHILDRESS
    Lone Star 9 m TX
    G. James 5 m TX
    M. CHILDRESS (Childers) 20 f AL Margaret CHILDRESS
    H. A. TINSMAN (Tinsmore) 13 f TX Hannah Ann TIMMONS Boshibs A 11 f TX Barsheba Ann TIMMONS

    Lone Star and G. James could possibly be the children of Isaac Newton's brother, Francis Marion Smith. Two court documents from Rusk County, Texas state that Francis Marion Smith had heirs. [Their brother, Birt Smith's will, and a quit claim deed after their mother, Hannah Parker Smith died.

    1860 McLennan County, Texas Federal Census 175-175 for Isaac Newton SMITH & Mary A. CHILDRESS

  4.   Census: 1860 Federal Census USA.

    1860 McLennan County, Texas Federal Census

    175-175 I. N. SMITH 30 m Farmer TN Isaac Newton SMITH
    Mary A. 26 f AL Mary A. CHILDRESS
    Lone Star 9 m TX
    G. James 5 m TX
    M. CHILDRESS (Childers) 20 f AL Margaret CHILDRESS
    H. A. TINSMAN (Tinsmore) 13 f TX Hannah Ann TIMMONS Boshibs A 11 f TX Barsheba Ann TIMMONS

    Lone Star and G. James could possibly be the children of Isaac Newton's brother, Francis Marion Smith. Two court documents from Rusk County, Texas state that Francis Marion Smith had heirs. [Their brother, Birt Smith's will, and a quit claim deed after their mother, Hannah Parker Smith died.

    1860 McLennan County, Texas Federal Census 175-175 for Isaac Newton SMITH & Mary A. CHILDRESS see text