Surname: Smith

Biography of Hon. D. B. Smith

HON. D. B. SMITH was born January 8, 1827, in Todd County, Ky.; he is a son of Spotswood Smith and Martha A. (Terry). The father was born December 14, 1800, in Louisa County, Va.; he came to Kentucky in 1816, and two years later...

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Biographical Sketch of Franklin D. Smith

Franklin D., son of Asa and Hannah (Poor) Smith, was born in Manchester, New York, September 22, 1829. He received the education afforded by the schools of that clay, after which he devoted his attention to fanning, cultivating...

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Biographical Sketch of Asa Smith

Asa Smith. grandfather of George Franklin Smith, was born in the vicinity of Mansfield, Vermont. from whence he removed in later life to New York state and there passed the remainder of his days. He performed well his part in...

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Smith, Billy Ray – Obituary

Billy Ray Smith, 55, of Huntington died July 20, 2009, with his loved ones at his home. His graveside funeral will be Wednesday, July 29 at 11 a.m. at the Huntington Cemetery followed by a potluck memorial at 2 p.m. at the VFW...

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Biographical Sketch of W. O. Smith

W. O. Smith, farmer and stock-raiser, also proprietor and superintendent of Smith’s flour, feed and saw mills; P. O. Oakland; born in Champaign Co., Ohio, Oct. 8, 1824, where he followed farming until 25 years of age, when...

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Biographical Sketch of N. P. Smith

N. P. Smith, dealer in books, stationery, etc., Oakland; born in Delaware Co., Ohio, Jan. 6, 1847, where he attended school until 16 years of age, when he removed to Pickaway Co., where he attended school one year; he then...

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Biography of Smith Deaf Smith

Erastus Smith, better known as “Deaf Smith,” was the son of Chiliab and Mary Smith, and was born in New York on the 19th of April 1787. At the age of eleven years he emigrated with his parents to the Mississippi...

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Biography of Guilford Smith

Joshua Smith, the grandfather of Guilford Smith, and a native of Lebanon, New London county, subsequently moved to Windham county, Connecticut, where he was both a weaver and a farmer, and in connection with his trade wove cloth...

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