Person:Thomas Smith (336)

Capt. Thomas I. Smith
b.ABT 1720 Virginia
  • HCapt. Thomas I. SmithAbt 1720 - Abt 1800
  • WElizabeth WittAbt 1728 - Bef 1810
  1. Drury Smith, Sr.Abt 1746 - 1822
  2. Mary SmithAbt 1748 - Abt 1820
  3. Zacharia SmithAbt 1750 - Abt 1796
  4. Nancy Elizabeth Smith1752 - Abt 1846
  5. Phoebe SmithAbt 1759 - Abt 1851
Facts and Events
Name[1] Capt. Thomas I. Smith
Gender Male
Birth[2] ABT 1720 Virginia
Residence[2] 1772 Pittsylvania Co., VA329 acres Springs Branch of Fall Creek on the south side of the Mayo River, near the NC border
Other[2] 11 MAR 1781 Battle of Guilfrod Courthouse Military
Death[2] ABT 1800 Paw Paw Creek, Rockingham County, North Carolina
Other[2][3] Revolutionary War Henry Co., VAHenry Co. militia under Col. Penn Military
  1. GEDCOM file submitted by Carol Ann Moore Robinson (Roots Web World Connect), Imported on 4.

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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "Smith and Snider Families," Narrative, genealogies, family trees, etc., (smithsnider.n
    Accessed; 4 August 2010; Thomas I. Smith.

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  3. Thomas Smith came to to Pittslyvania Co. Va (now Henry Co) in 1772 and settled on
    329 acrea of land located on Springs Branch of Fall Creek on the south side
    of the Mayo River, near the NC border. His neighbors were William Moore, Alexander Joyce,
    Davis Lanier and Henry Mayes according to the Henry Co deeds records.
    Thomas Smith was a Captain under Colonel Penn who commanded 21 companies in Henry Co.
    Virginia Milita during the Revolutionary War. Captain Smith's company consisted of 12 men,
    namely William Stewart, John Hurd, James Strange, Henry Smith, Francis Telston,
    Jesse Burnett, Thomas Hurd, David Atkins, Jonathon Pratt, George Bowles and Henry Law.
    Judith Parks Hill worte the History of Henry County, VA, recorded in 1925...She Wrote:
    "On March 11, 1781, Colonel Penn and his men marched from Beaver Creek in Henry County,
    crossed Rowland's Ford just below Fontaine, followed the Old Road, deep cuts showing it's location,
    up Marrowbone Valley crossing the creek west of where Ridgeway now stands,
    thence along the ridge 2 miles, then crossing Matrimony creek half a mile to the state line,
    only one mile from the Marrowbone home of Old Rusty Hairston to the National Highway is now used for public road.
    From the south is not known, however, they marched so rapidly they soon reached
    General Lord Cornwallis a few mile North of Greensboro, NC and begin what become known as
    The Batle of Guilford Court House on March 11, 1781."
    There is more to this story through this link.. Stories of Thomas Smith-Elizabeth Witt Family and children..... More Stories on the Smith Family