Person:Richard Smith (140)

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Richard T. Smith
b.2 JAN 1829 GA
  1. Richard T. Smith1829 - 1920
  • HRichard T. Smith1829 - 1920
  • WEliza UNKNOWNAbt 1830 - Bef 1870
m. ABT 1848
  1. Paulina or Priscilla SmithAbt 1854 -
  2. Lucresy SmithAbt 1856 -
  3. Delmus SmithAbt 1858 -
  4. Amanda SmithAbt 1860 -
  5. Richard SmithEst 1863 -
  6. Sarah SmithAbt 1869 -
m. 18 AUG 1870
  1. William Smith1873 -
  2. Mary J. SmithAbt 1875 -
  3. James Henry Smith1876 - 1968
  4. Aaron M Smith1878 -
  5. Louisa Smith1881 - 1899
  6. Louise Smith1881 - 1949
  7. Albert Smith1885 - 1948
  8. Clarence Smith1888 -
Facts and Events
Name Richard T. Smith
Gender Male
Birth[1] 2 JAN 1829 GA
Marriage ABT 1848 to Eliza UNKNOWN
Census[3] 1860 Not Stated, Milton, GA
Census? 1870 Milton Co., Georgia
Marriage 18 AUG 1870 , Milton, GAto Rachel Garman
Census? 1880 District 150, Old First, Milton, Georgia
Census? 1900 Page No. 26B, Cooks, Fulton, Georgia
Census? 1910 District 155, Milstead, Rockdale, Georgia
Census[4] 1920 Page 5A, ED# 179, Milstead, Rockdale, Georgia
Occupation? cobbler (1900)
Death[2][1] 24 OCT 1920 Milstead, Rockdale Co., GA
Burial? 25 OCT 1920 Milstead Meth Cemetery, Rockdale Co., GA


Found on the 1880 Census of Old First, Milton Co., GA as a farmer. Found on the 1900 Census of Cooks District, Fulton County, GA as working in a cotton mill . Lived with son, James H. Smith, in 1920. Found on the 1920 Census of Milstead, Rockdale Co., GA.

Most children listed for the first wife, Eliza, are from the 1860 and 1870 census. On the 1900 census it says that Richard and Rachel had been married for 28 years, which puts their marriage at about 1872

Death records indicate that he died of “acute indigestion.” It was signed by his son, James.

According to 1910 census, was in Confederate Army

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