Person:Sarah Smith (46)

Sarah Elvina 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. 3 Oct 1837
  1. William Hampton Crain1838 - 1904
  2. James Smith CrainABT 1841 - ABT 1881
  3. Patience A. Crain1842 - 1869
  4. Martha A. CrainABT 1845 - 1928
  5. Ambrose Hulon Crain1846 - 1887
  6. Joel Newton Crain1848 - 1929
  7. Francis Marion CrainABT 1855 - 1889
  8. Ida Mae Crain1857 -
  9. Napoleon Boneparte CrainABT 1862 -
  10. Sam Houston CrainABT 1863 -
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Elvina Smith
Gender Female
Birth[1] 18 Dec 1818 Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina
Marriage 3 Oct 1837 , Nacogdoches, Texasto Joel Burditt Crain
Death? 10 Sep 1902 South Bosque, McLennan, Texas
Burial? Harris Creek Baptist Cemetery, McLennan, Texas

War of 1812 Veterans in Texas by Mary Smith Fae 1850 census Nacogdoches Texas Nacogdoches, Gateway to Texas by Carolyn Erickson R.B. Blake Vol. XXXIV NACOGDOCHES ARCHIVES The following have Sarah Elvina Smith born in Tennessee Founders and Patriots of the Republic of Texas Book III Daughters of the Republic of Texas FHL Salt Lake City, Utah 976.4 D2f bk 3 p 601 Information submitted by Leona Aileen Crain Gamble # 12028 admitted March 20th 1983 James Butler Bonham Chapter and by Elizabeth Josephine Gamble Miller # 12030 admitted March 20, 1983 James Butler Bonham Chapter

Nacogdoches 1850 Census 074a 37 Crain Sarah 31 Tennessee pg0070b.txt(Impliesbirth 1819)Death was 10 Sep 1902 in South Bosque, McLennan County, Texas.Buried in Harris Creek Cemetery McLennan Co, Texas.Marriage ceremony being performed by Judge Charles S. Taylor, chiefjustice of Nacogdoches County.Sarah Elvina SmithSOURCE CITATION:Page: p. 118Title: Index to early McLennan County DeathsAuthor: Compiled by John M. UsryPublication Information: Central Texas Genealogical Soc., Inc. 1989Repository Name: Tyler Public LibraryAddress: Tyler, Texas

References
  1. Census: 1850 USA Federal Census, 5 Nov 1850.

    1850 Nacogdoches, Texas Federal Census REEL NO: 432-913 PAGE NO: 074a & 074b
    Enumerated Nov 5, 1850 Enumerator: R.C. Hamil

    LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W
    36 299* 299* Crain Joel B. 35 M Farmer 13,000 Tennessee
    37 299* 299* Crain Sarah 31 F Tennessee [Sarah Elvina SMITH CRAIN]
    38 299* 299* Crain William 11 M Texas X
    39 299* 299* Crain James 9 M Texas X
    40 299* 299* Crain Patience 8 F Texas X
    41 299* 299* Crain Martha 5 F Texas
    42 299* 299* Crain Ambrose 3 M Texas
    Page 074b
    1 299* 299* Crain Newton 1 M Texas
    * House # off by one - it should be #300.
    ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/nacogdoches/census/1850/pg0070b.txt

    1850 Nacogdoches, Texas Federal Census REEL NO: 432-913 PAGE NO: 074a & 074b Enumerated Nov 5, 1850 Enumerator: R.C. Hamil