Person:William Smith (642)

William Smith
m. ABT 1698
  1. Elizabeth Smith1699 -
  2. James Smith1702 - 1727
  3. Ann Smith1704 -
  4. Sarah Smith1707 - BEF 1728
  5. Margaret Smith1708 -
  6. Mary Smith1713 - 1726
  7. Cary Smith1716 - 1743
  8. William Smith1719 - 1792
  9. Oswald Smith1722 - ABT 1748
  10. Diana Smith1724 - 1768
  • HWilliam Smith1719 - 1792
  • WAnne Stevensabt 1728 - bef 1798
m. 20 March 1749
  1. Lucy Smithabt 1749 - 1804
  2. Frances 'Franky' Smithabt 1750 -
  3. Oswald Smithabt 1752 -
  4. John Smith
  5. James Smith
  6. Diana Smithbef 1762 - 1843
  7. Mary 'Polly' Smithabt 1769 - aft 1827
Facts and Events
Name[1] William Smith
Alt Name , of “Black Rock Run", Spotsylvania County, Virginia
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 14 SEP 1719 Christ Church, Middlesex County, Virginia
Baptism[2] 11 OCT 1719 Christ Church, , Middlesex Co., Va.,
Marriage 20 March 1749 Virginiato Anne Stevens
Death[1][3] 4 January 1792 Spotsylvania County, Virginia
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Will Extract of William Smith

SMITH, WILLIAM, Berkeley Parish, Spotsylvania Co., d. Jan. 4, 1792.
Executors Bond dated Apr. 1, 1794.
Wit. Reuben Massey, Charles Carter, Edward Massey, Thomas Shirley, Richard Long.
Executors: my three sons Oswald, John and James Smith.
Leg. son Oswald Smith and his daughter Elizabeth Smith; son John Smith; daughter Franky Stubblefield; her husband Col. Harry Stubblefield, and my granddaughter Catherine Stubblefield; son James Smith; daughter Diana Walker; her husband James Walker, and their daughter Polly Walker; daughter Mary Stevens; her husband John Stevens and their daughter Ann Smith Stevens; daughter Lucy Smith.
[Spotsylvania County Will Book, Page 1358]


Notes

From "William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Volume 9", by College of William and Mary, pg. 46:


William Smith, of “Black Rock Run,” Spotsylvania county, made his will in 1792, and names children, Oswald, John, Franky, wife of Col. Harry Stubblefield, James, Diana, wife of James Walker, Mary, wife of John Stevens, and Lucy Smith.
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Mrs. P. W. Heiden. "Smiths of Middlesex County, Virginia". (Genealogies of Virginia Families, vol IV, pg 505-513).
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Parish register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Va., from 1653 to 1812. (Richmond, Virginia: National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1897), p. 103.
  3. International Genealogical Index. (LDS Church, 1999-2005).