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Lt. Samuel Smith
Philip Smith
Chileab Smith
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Descendants of Samuel Smith

 

Generation No. 1

1. SAMUEL1 SMITH was born Abt. 1549.

Child of SAMUEL SMITH is:

2. i. SAMUEL2 SMITH.

 

Generation No. 2

2. SAMUEL2 SMITH (SAMUEL1). He married BARBARY MUMFORD.

Child of SAMUEL SMITH and BARBARY MUMFORD is:

3. i. SAMUEL3 SMITH, b. 1602, Ipswich, Suffolk County, England; d. December 1680, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

Generation No. 3

3. SAMUEL3 SMITH (SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)1,2,3,4,5,6 was born 1602 in Ipswich, Suffolk County, England7,8,9, and died December 1680 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts10,11. He married ELIZABETH CHILEAB12,13,14,15,16,17,18 October 06, 1624 in St. Margaret's, Whatfield, Suffolk County, England19.

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH: (See the Histroical notes on Samuel Smith).

 Notes for ELIZABETH CHILEAB:  Church marriage records show the marriage of Samuel Smyth to Elizabeth Smyth. See excellant discussion in Paul W. Pringle, "The wife of Lt. Samuel Smith of Wethersfield," The American Genealogist, Vol. 32, 1956, page 202.

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and ELIZABETH CHILEAB are:

i. SAMUEL4 SMITH20,21, b. 1625, Whatfield, Suffolk County, England22,23; m. REBECCA SMITH24,25.

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH: Probably the Lt. Samuel Smith in New London, CT from Weathersfield in 1652. Prior to 1664 removed to VA, with letters form him dated at Roanoke, VA addressed to Rev. Bulkely concerning his action amounting to desertion of his wife. Whether Samuel deserted his wife for his own purposes or to provide her a basis for divorce is subject to one's interpretation of archival materials. Following the divorce Rebecca married by 1669 Nathaniel Borman a mutual friend of Samuel Smith of Wethersfield.
Baptised October 6, 1625.: St. Margaret's, Whatfield, Suffolk, ENG
More About SAMUEL SMITH:
Fact 1: October 06, 1625, Baptized at St. Margaret's, Whatfield, Suffolk, England

4. ii. ELIZABETH SMITH, b. January 28, 1626/27, Whatfield, Suffolk, England; d. Abt. September 23, 1656, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

5. iii. MARY SMITH, b. October 09, 1628, Hadleigh, Suffolk County, England; d. December 16, 1668, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

6. iv. PHILIP SMITH, b. April 30, 1632, St. Mary the Virgin, Hadleigh, Suffolk County, England; d. January 10, 1684/85, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

7. v. CHILEAB SMITH, b. Abt. 1635, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. March 07, 1730/31, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

8. vi. JOHN SMITH, b. 1637, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. May 30, 1676, Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

Generation No. 4

4. ELIZABETH4 SMITH (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)26 was born January 28, 1626/27 in Whatfield, Suffolk, England26, and died Abt. September 23, 1656 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts. She married (1) WILLIAM GULL26. She married (2) NATHANIEL FOOTE Abt. 1646 in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut26,27, son of NATHANIEL FOOTE and ELIZABETH DEMING.

More About ELIZABETH SMITH: Fact 1: January 28, 1626/27, Baptized at St. Margaret's, Whatfield, Suffolk, England

Notes for NATHANIEL FOOTE: CHRISTENING: 5 MAR 1620, St. James, Colchester, Essex, England
Colchester - In 1864, Charles M. Taintor described the first settlers of Colchester in the Preface of the Extracts From The Records of Colchester as: "a body of men of the highest respectability, and of the first families from different parts of the country..." The group was indeed a company of distinguished families, many members the descendants of New England's first colonial leaders. These prominent men were led to Colchester in 1698 by Quarter Master Nathaniel Foote, also from an important Colonial family. Foote was a leader in the early Connecticut militia and the grandson of a founder of Wethersfield. The Foote's celebrated reputation attracted many members of New England's leading families to the new plantation "at or near the place Called Jermiah's farme upon the Rode to Newlondon."

Children of ELIZABETH SMITH and WILLIAM GULL are:

i. MARY5 GULL28, m. ROBERT BARDWELL28.

ii. ANNA GULL28, m. JOHNATHAN ROOT28.

iii. ESTHER GULL28, m. JOSEPH GILLET28.

iv. MERCY GULL28, m. JEREMIAH ALVORD28.

Children of ELIZABETH SMITH and NATHANIEL FOOTE are:

9. v. NATHANIEL5 FOOTE, b. January 10, 1646/47, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. January 12, 1702/03, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

vi. SAMUEL FOOTE, b. May 01, 1649; d. September 07, 1689; m. MARY MERRICK28.

vii. DANIEL FOOTE, b. 1652; m. (1) SARAH ?28; m. (2) MARY ?28.

10. viii. ELIZABETH FOOTE, b. 1654; d. September 16, 1696, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

5. MARY4 SMITH (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)29,30 was born October 09, 1628 in Hadleigh, Suffolk County, England31, and died December 16, 1668 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut31. She married JOHN GRAVES31,32 Abt. 1650 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut33, son of THOMAS GRAVES and SARAH WHITING.

More About MARY SMITH: Fact 1: October 19, 1628, Baptized: Hadleigh, Suffolk County, England

Notes for JOHN GRAVES: Resided in England; Wethersfield, CT; Hatfield, MA   
Either John Graves moved back to Hatfield, MA before 1677 or was visiting there when him and his brother, Isaac Graves, were killed by Indians while working on a house for John's son, John, who was soon to be married.
    Killed by the Indians September 19, 1677 while working on a house for his son John Graves, Jr. in Hatfield. Freeman in Wethersfield, Connecticut
    He was a man of property and education, and was frequently employed to run the lines of towns. A carpenter and farmer.

Children of MARY SMITH and JOHN GRAVES are:

i. NATHANIEL5 GRAVES34, m. REBECCA ALLIS34.

ii. JOHN GRAVES34, b. 1652; m. SARAH WHITE34, February 12, 1677/78.

iii. SAMUEL GRAVES34, b. Bet. 1653 - 1658; m. SARAH COLTON34, October 30, 1678, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts.

iv. MARY GRAVES34, b. 1654, Hatfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts; d. May 21, 1727, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; m. (1) SAMUEL BALL34,35, June 15, 1671, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts; m. (2) BENJAMIN STEBBINS36, April 11, 1690; m. (3) JAMES WARRINER, December 29, 1704.

v. ISAAC GRAVES36, b. 1656, Hatfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts; m. (1) SARAH WYATT; m. (2) ABIGAIL ?36; m. (3) DELIVERANCE ?36.

vi. SARAH GRAVES36, b. 1660, Hatfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts; d. June 12, 1700, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts; m. EDWARD STEBBINS36, April 12, 1679.

vii. ELIZABETH GRAVES36, b. December 09, 1662, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut; m. THOMAS JONES36.

viii. DANIEL GRAVES36, b. December 07, 1664, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut; m. HANNAH WARRINER.

ix. EBENEZER GRAVES36, b. November 20, 1666, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut.

x. BETHIAH GRAVES36, b. June 17, 1668, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut.

 

6. PHILIP4 SMITH (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44 was born April 30, 1632 in St. Mary the Virgin, Hadleigh, Suffolk County, England, and died January 10, 1684/85 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. He married REBECCA FOOTE45,46,47,48,49,50 March 1658/59 in Wethersfield, Hartford, Masschusetts, daughter of NATHANIEL FOOTE and ELIZABETH DEMING.

Notes for PHILIP SMITH: (See more on Philip Smith)

Children of PHILIP SMITH and REBECCA FOOTE are:

11. i. SAMUEL5 SMITH, b. January 1658/59, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. August 28, 1707, East Hartford, Connecticut.

ii. ? SMITH51, b. Abt. January 22, 1660/61, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts51; d. January 22, 1660/61, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

12. iii. JOHN SMITH, b. December 18, 1661, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. April 16, 1727, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

13. iv. JONATHAN SMITH, b. 1663, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. October 09, 1737, Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

14. v. PHILIP SMITH, JR., b. 1665, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. January 25, 1724/25, East Hartford, Connecticut.

15. vi. REBECCA SMITH, b. 1668, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. October 07, 1750, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

16. vii. NATHANIEL SMITH, b. January 02, 1670/71, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. Abt. 1740, Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

17. viii. JOSEPH SMITH, b. 1674, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. September 08, 1736, Upper Middletown, Connecticut.

18. ix. ICHABOD SMITH, b. April 11, 1675, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. September 06, 1746, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

7. CHILEAB4 SMITH (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)52 was born Abt. 1635 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut52, and died March 07, 1730/31 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts52,53. He married HANNAH HITCHCOCK54 October 02, 1661 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts54, daughter of LUKE HITCHCOCK and ELIZABETH GIBBONS.

Notes for CHILEAB SMITH: (See Notes on Chileab Smith)

 Children of CHILEAB SMITH and HANNAH HITCHCOCK are:

19. i. HANNAH5 SMITH, b. July 07, 1662, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

20. ii. SAMUEL SMITH, b. March 09, 1664/65, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. August 04, 1724.

21. iii. LUKE SMITH, b. April 16, 1666, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. Abt. 1748, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

22. iv. EBENEZER SMITH, b. July 11, 1668, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. 1715.

v. NATHANIEL SMITH55, b. January 12, 1669/70, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts55; d. January 1678/7955.

vi. JOHN SMITH55, b. October 08, 1671, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts55; d. Abt. 175055; m. MARTHA GOLDING55.

vii. ? SMITH55, b. 1673, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts55; d. 1673, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts55.

23. viii. HESTER SMITH, b. March 31, 1674, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

ix. ? SMITH55, b. March 1676/77, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts55; d. March 1676/77, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts55.

24. x. ELIZABETH SMITH, b. February 02, 1678/79, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

25. xi. MARY SMITH, b. August 16, 1681, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

xii. CHILEAB SMITH55, b. August 1682, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts55.

Notes for CHILEAB SMITH: Died in infancy.

26. xiii. CHILEAB SMITH, b. February 18, 1684/85, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. November 08, 1746, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

27. xiv. SARAH SMITH, b. April 26, 1688, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. October 05, 1760.

 

8. JOHN4 SMITH (SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)56,57 was born 1637 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut57, and died May 30, 1676 in Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts57. He married MARY PARTRIDGE57 November 12, 1663 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts58, daughter of WILLIAM PARTRIDGE and MARY SMITH.

Notes for JOHN SMITH: Slain by the Indians in Hatfield Meadow, May 30, 1676.

Children of JOHN SMITH and MARY PARTRIDGE are:

i. JOHN5 SMITH, b. May 15, 1665, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; m. MARY ROOT.

Notes for JOHN SMITH: Ancestors of President Rutherford B. Hayes.

ii. SAMUEL SMITH, b. December 07, 1667, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. June 19, 1681, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

28. iii. JOSEPH SMITH, b. November 16, 1670, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. February 06, 1751/52, Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

29. iv. BENJAMIN SMITH, b. January 10, 1672/73, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

v. MARAH SMITH58, b. 1677; m. JOHN DAY58, March 10, 1695/96.

 

Generation No. 5

9. NATHANIEL5 FOOTE (ELIZABETH4 SMITH, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1) was born January 10, 1646/47 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, and died January 12, 1702/03 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. He married MARGARET BLISS59 May 02, 1672 in Springfield, Massachusetts59, daughter of NATHANIEL BLISS and CATHERINE CHAPIN.

Children of NATHANIEL FOOTE and MARGARET BLISS are:

i. SARAH6 FOOTE59, b. February 25, 1672/7359; d. July 24, 175659; m. THOMAS OLEOT59, November 169159.

ii. MARGARET FOOTE59, b. December 01, 167459.

iii. ELIZABETH FOOTE59, b. June 23, 167759; m. ROBERT TURNER59, June 170159.

iv. MARY FOOTE, b. November 24, 167959; m. DANIEL ROSE59, May 14, 170659.

v. NATHANIEL FOOTE59, b. September 09, 168259; d. August 20, 177459; m. (1) ANN CLARK59, July 04, 171159; m. (2) HANNAH ?59, September 13, 172759.

30. vi. EPHRAIM FOOTE, b. February 13, 1684/85, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. June 10, 1765, Colchester, New London County, Connecticut.

vii. JOSIAH FOOTE59, b. September 27, 168859; d. December 177859; m. SARAH WELLS59.

viii. EUNICE FOOTE59, b. May 10, 169459; m. MICHAEL TAINTOR, JR.59, December 03, 171259.

 

10. ELIZABETH5 FOOTE (ELIZABETH4 SMITH, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1) was born 1654, and died September 16, 1696 in Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. She married DANIEL BELDEN November 10, 1670, son of WILLIAM BELDEN.

Notes for ELIZABETH FOOTE: Slain by indians in Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1696.

Children of ELIZABETH FOOTE and DANIEL BELDEN are:

i. ELIZABETH6 BELDEN, b. 1673, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

ii. ESTHER BELDEN, b. 1683, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

iii. SAMUEL BELDEN, b. 1687, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

iv. ABIGAIL BELDEN, b. 1690, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

v. JOHN BELDEN, b. 1693, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. September 16, 1696, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

vi. THANKFUL BELDEN, b. 1695, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. September 16, 1696, Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

11. SAMUEL5 SMITH (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)60,61 was born January 1658/59 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62, and died August 28, 1707 in East Hartford, Connecticut62. He married (1) MARY CHURCH62 November 16, 1682 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut62, daughter of SAMUEL CHURCH. He married (2) MARY SMITH62 June 1701 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62.

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and MARY CHURCH are:

i. SAMUEL6 SMITH62.

ii. MARY SMITH62, m. JOHN KEENEY62.

iii. REBECCA SMITH62.

iv. SAMUEL SMITH62.

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH: An idiot.

v. MEHITABLE SMITH62, m. EBENEZER TAYLOR62.

vi. BENONI SMITH62.

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and MARY SMITH are:

vii. TIMOTHY6 SMITH62.

viii. EDWARD SMITH62.

ix. MERCY SMITH62.

Notes for MERCY SMITH: Died Young

 

12. JOHN5 SMITH (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)62 was born December 18, 1661 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62, and died April 16, 1727 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62. He married JOANNA KELLOGG November 29, 1683 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62, daughter of JOSEPH KELLOGG and JOANNA ?.

Children of JOHN SMITH and JOANNA KELLOGG are:

31. i. JOHN6 SMITH, b. December 03, 1684, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. December 25, 1761, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

32. ii. JOANNA SMITH, b. September 01, 1686, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

33. iii. REBECCA SMITH, b. August 05, 1688, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. February 26, 1714/15.

34. iv. JOSEPH SMITH, b. July 19, 1690, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

v. MARTIN SMITH62, b. April 15, 1692, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62; m. SARAH WIER62, 171562.

Notes for MARTIN SMITH: Lived in Wethersfield, Connecticut.

vi. ELEAZER SMITH62, b. September 25, 1694, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62; d. October 03, 172162.

vii. SARAH SMITH62, b. November 19, 1696, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62; d. December 28, 1697, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62.

35. viii. SARAH SMITH, b. November 09, 1698, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

ix. PRUDENCE SMITH62, b. March 15, 1700/01, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62; d. April 18, 177462; m. (1) TIMOTHY NASH62; m. (2) ICHABOD HINCKLEY62.

36. x. EXPERIENCE SMITH, b. April 19, 1703, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. August 23, 1762.

xi. ELIZABETH SMITH62, b. October 15, 1705, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62; d. 179062; m. STEPHEN NASH62, May 22, 172862.

xii. MINDWELL SMITH62, b. May 25, 1708, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts62; m. BENONI SACKET62, May 03, 173262.

 

13. JONATHAN5 SMITH (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)62,63,64,65,66 was born 1663 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts67,68, and died October 09, 1737 in Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts69,70. He married ABIGAIL KELLOGG71,72,73,74,75,76 November 14, 1688 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts77,78, daughter of JOSEPH KELLOGG and ABIGAIL TERRY.

Notes for JONATHAN SMITH: Alternate date of death November 1737 per History of Hadley, page 566.

Children of JONATHAN SMITH and ABIGAIL KELLOGG are:

i. JONATHAN6 SMITH, JR.79,80, m. HANNAH WRIGHT81.

ii. DANIEL SMITH81,82.

Notes for DANIEL SMITH: Deranged.

iii. ABIGAIL SMITH83, m. JONATHAN PARSONS83.

iv. STEPHEN SMITH83.

v. PRUDENCE SMITH83.

vi. MOSES SMITH83, m. MARY MARSH83.

vii. ELIZABETH SMITH83, m. RICHARD CHAUNCEY83.

viii. EPHRAIM SMITH83, m. MARTHA SCOTT83.

ix. AARON SMITH83, m. ABIGAIL SCOTT83.

37. x. ELISHA SMITH, b. July 10, 1705, Hatfield, Hampshire County, Masschusetts; d. November 28, 1784, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

 

14. PHILIP5 SMITH, JR. (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)83 was born 1665 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts83, and died January 25, 1724/25 in East Hartford, Connecticut83. He married (1) MARY BLISS83 July 09, 1687 in Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts83, daughter of SAMUEL BLISS. He married (2) MARY ROBINSON83 September 1708.

Children of PHILIP SMITH and MARY BLISS are:

i. PHILIP6 SMITH83.

ii. DAVID SMITH83.

iii. ? SMITH83.

Notes for ? SMITH: twins that died at birth.

iv. ? SMITH83.

v. MARTHA SMITH83, m. THOMAS WIARD83.

vi. AARON SMITH83.

vii. MARY SMITH83, m. JOHN BENJAMIN, JR.83.

viii. SAMUEL SMITH83.

ix. REBECCA SMITH83.

x. EBENEZER SMITH83.

xi. NEHEMIAH SMITH83.

xii. HANNAH SMITH83.

 

15. REBECCA5 SMITH (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)83 was born 1668 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts83, and died October 07, 1750 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut83. She married GEORGE STILLMAN83 Abt. 1686 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts83.

Notes for GEORGE STILLMAN: Of Hadley Massachusetts and Wethersfield, Connecticut.

Children of REBECCA SMITH and GEORGE STILLMAN are:

i. REBECCA6 STILLMAN83.

ii. MARY STILLMAN83, m. DELIVERANCE BLINN83.

iii. NATHANIEL STILLMAN83, m. (1) ANNA SOUTHMAYD83; m. (2) SARAH ALLYN83.

iv. JOHN STILLMAN83, m. MARY WOLCOTT83.

v. SARAH STILLMAN83, m. SAMUEL WILLARD83.

vi. MARTHA STILLMAN83.

Notes for MARTHA STILLMAN: died young

vii. ANNA STILLMAN83, m. HEZEKIAH MAY83.

viii. ELIZABETH STILLMAN83, m. PETER BLINN83.

ix. HANNAH STILLMAN83, m. (1) JOHN CALDWELL83; m. (2) NEIL MCLEAN83.

x. LYDIA STILLMAN83, m. DANIEL RUSSELL83.

xi. ESTHER STILLMAN83.

Notes for ESTHER STILLMAN: died in infancy

xii. BENJAMIN STILLMAN83, m. (1) CATHARINE CHAUNCEY83; m. (2) SARAH DOTY83; m. (3) ANNA PIERSON83.

 

16. NATHANIEL5 SMITH (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)84 was born January 02, 1670/71 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts85, and died Abt. 1740 in Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts85. He married MARY DICKINSON86 February 06, 1695/96 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts87, daughter of NATHANIEL DICKINSON and HANNAH ?.

Children of NATHANIEL SMITH and MARY DICKINSON are:

i. NATHANIEL6 SMITH87.

ii. MARY SMITH87, m. JONATHAN DICKINSON87.

iii. JOSHUA SMITH87.

iv. REBECCA SMITH87, m. JONATHAN WELLS87.

v. HANNAH SMITH87, m. ? WRIGHT87.

vi. MARTHA SMITH87, m. BENJAMIN WAITE87.

vii. LYDIA SMITH87, m. SAMUEL MORTON87.

viii. JERUSHA SMITH87, m. SIMEON WHITE87.

 

17. JOSEPH5 SMITH (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)87 was born 1674 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts87, and died September 08, 1736 in Upper Middletown, Connecticut87. He married ESTHER PARSONS87 September 15, 169787, daughter of CORNET PARSONS.

Notes for JOSEPH SMITH: Harvard class of 1695. Minister at Cohanzy, New Jersey and Upper Middletown, Connecticut. Teacher and Minister.

Children of JOSEPH SMITH and ESTHER PARSONS are:

i. MARTHA6 SMITH87, m. RICHARD HAMLIN87.

ii. JOSEPH SMITH87, m. ELIZABETH BUCKLEY87.

iii. MARY SMITH87, m. SAMUEL TUDOR87.

Notes for SAMUEL TUDOR: East Windsor, Connecticut

 

18. ICHABOD5 SMITH (PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)87 was born April 11, 1675 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts87, and died September 06, 1746 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts87. He married ELIZABETH COOK87 July 19, 1698 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts87, daughter of AARON COOK.

Children of ICHABOD SMITH and ELIZABETH COOK are:

i. PHILIP6 SMITH87,88, b. May 02, 169988; m. SARAH WHITE89,90.

ii. AARON SMITH91,92, b. September 20, 170092; d. July 05, 175992; m. (1) ABIGAIL ?; m. (2) MEHITABLE INGRAM93,94, November 26, 172494.

Notes for AARON SMITH: Resided in Amherst later in Shutesbury.

iii. NATHANIEL SMITH95, b. February 16, 1701/02.

Notes for NATHANIEL SMITH: Doctor settled in Amherst.

iv. REBECCA SMITH95,96, b. November 09, 170396; m. WILLIAM SMITH97,98, October 21, 172698.

v. MOSES SMITH99,100, b. April 30, 1706; d. May 12, 1781; m. HANNAH CHILDS101, November 30, 1732.

Notes for MOSES SMITH: Settled in Amherst in 1735.

vi. BRIDGET SMITH101,102, b. March 15, 1707/08102; m. JONATHAN MOODY103,104, November 30, 1730104.

Notes for JONATHAN MOODY: Of Amherst.

vii. MIRIAM SMITH105,106, b. August 22, 1710106; m. DAVID MOODY107,108, November 16, 1738108.

viii. ELIZABETH SMITH109,110,110, b. September 10, 1712110; m. (1) NOADIAH LEWIS111,112, December 04, 1735112; m. (2) ELISHA INGRAM113,114, August 14, 1743114.

ix. SAMUEL SMITH115,116, b. August 04, 1715116; m. REBECCA ?117,118.

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH: Settled in Sandisfield.

x. EXPERIENCE SMITH119,120, b. January 27, 1716/17120; m. MERCY EASTMAN121,122.

Notes for EXPERIENCE SMITH: Settled in Granby.

xi. ELISHA SMITH123,124, b. January 23, 1720/21124.

Notes for ELISHA SMITH: In Amherst 1761, removed to Hadley 1770.

 

19. HANNAH5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)125 was born July 07, 1662 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125. She married JOHN MONTAGUE125 March 23, 1680/81 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125, son of RICHARD MONTAGUE and ABIGAIL DOWNING.

Children of HANNAH SMITH and JOHN MONTAGUE are:

i. JOHN6 MONTAGUE125, m. (1) MINDWELL LYMAN125; m. (2) ABIGAIL SMITH125.

ii. RICHARD MONTAGUE125, m. ABIGAIL CAMP125.

iii. HANNAH MONTAGUE125.

Notes for HANNAH MONTAGUE: died in Infancy

iv. HANNAH MONTAGUE125.

Notes for HANNAH MONTAGUE: died in infancy

v. PETER MONTAGUE125, m. MARY HUBBARD125.

vi. SAMUEL MONTAGUE125, m. (1) ELIZABETH WHITE125; m. (2) MARY ROOT125.

vii. HANNAH MONTAGUE125, m. JOSIAH WILLARD125.

viii. LUKE MONTAGUE125, m. (1) HANNAH DICKINSON125; m. (2) DEBORAH ?125.

ix. NATHANIEL MONTAGUE125, m. HANNAH INGRAM125.

x. WILLIAM MONTAGUE125, b. December 16, 1692125; d. December 22, 1767125; m. (1) SARAH EASTMAN125; m. (2) SARAH SMITH125.

 

20. SAMUEL5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)125 was born March 09, 1664/65 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125, and died August 04, 1724125. He married SARAH BLISS125 March 09, 1686/87125, daughter of LAWRENCE BLISS.

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH: a shoemaker.

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and SARAH BLISS are:

i. SAMUEL6 SMITH125.

Notes for SAMUEL SMITH: died in infancy

ii. SARAH SMITH125, m. E. PERKINS125.

iii. SAMUEL SMITH125, m. (1) ESTHER WARNER125; m. (2) SARAH BILLINGS125.

iv. PELETIAH SMITH125, m. ABIGAIL WAITE125.

v. WILLIAM SMITH125, m. ELIZABETH ?125.

vi. LYDIA SMITH125, m. SAMUEL SMITH125.

vii. HANNAH SMITH125.

Notes for HANNAH SMITH: did not marry

viii. ELIZABETH SMITH125.

Notes for ELIZABETH SMITH: died young

ix. ESTHER SMITH125, m. DANIEL BELDING125.

x. MARGARET SMITH125, m. SAMUEL CHURCH125.

 

21. LUKE5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)125 was born April 16, 1666 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125, and died Abt. 1748 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125. He married MARY CROW125 April 09, 1690 in prob. Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125, daughter of SAMUEL CROW and HANNAH LEWIS.

Notes for LUKE SMITH: Will dated 1736 and proved Jan. 1748

Children of LUKE SMITH and MARY CROW are:

i. LUKE6 SMITH125, b. February 12, 1690/91, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125; d. June 15, 1693, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125.

ii. ? SMITH125, b. April 05, 1692, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125; d. April 09, 1692, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125.

38. iii. MARY SMITH, b. Abt. 1693, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

39. iv. HANNAH SMITH, b. March 01, 1693/94, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

40. v. LUKE SMITH, b. May 21, 1697, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

41. vi. SAMUEL SMITH, b. May 23, 1699, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. August 22, 1763.

42. vii. JONATHAN SMITH, b. March 04, 1701/02, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. April 04, 1774.

43. viii. RUTH SMITH, b. April 08, 1703, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

44. ix. DAVID SMITH, b. July 07, 1707, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. August 06, 1771, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

45. x. JOSEPH SMITH, b. March 22, 1709/10, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. June 1797.

46. xi. SARAH SMITH, b. May 05, 1713, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

22. EBENEZER5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)125 was born July 11, 1668 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, and died 1715. He married ABIGAIL BOUTON125 October 27, 1691125, daughter of JOHN BOUTON and ABIGAIL MARVIN.

Notes for EBENEZER SMITH: A Weaver, his estate was inventoried Feb. 27, 1716, and settled Feb. 17, 1717/18

Notes for ABIGAIL BOUTON: From Norwalk, Connecticut.

Children of EBENEZER SMITH and ABIGAIL BOUTON are:

i. ABIGAIL6 SMITH125, m. JOSEPH KELLOGG125.

ii. MARTHA SMITH125, m. JOHN REED125.

iii. EBENEZER SMITH125, m. ELIZABETH BARTLETT125.

iv. JOHN SMITH125, m. (1) RACHEL SMITH125; m. (2) MARY DICKINSON125.

v. NATHAN SMITH125, m. MARY ?125.

vi. ELIAKIM SMITH125, m. ABIGAIL HOYT125.

vii. EUNICE SMITH125, m. NATHAN OLMSTEAD125.

viii. JOSEPH SMITH125.

ix. EPHRAIM SMITH125, m. ISABEL BARTLETT125.

x. DINAH SMITH125, m. BENAJAH HOYT125.

 

23. HESTER5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)125 was born March 31, 1674 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125. She married NATHANIEL INGRAM125 October 20, 1696125, son of JOHN INGRAM.

Children of HESTER SMITH and NATHANIEL INGRAM are:

i. ESTHER6 INGRAM125, m. ISAAC SELDEN125.

ii. ELIZABETH INGRAM125, m. SAMUEL BELDING125.

iii. ABIGAIL INGRAM125.

iv. MERCY INGRAM125, m. JONATHAN SELDEN125.

v. EBENEZER INGRAM125, m. JANE ROGERS125.

vi. NATHANIEL INGRAM125, m. MARTHA KELLOGG125.

vii. HANNAH INGRAM125, m. NATHANIEL MONTAGUE125.

viii. JONATHAN INGRAM125, m. MARY MONTAGUE125.

ix. SARAH INGRAM125, m. CHARLES CHAUNCEY125.

 

24. ELIZABETH5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)125 was born February 02, 1678/79 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts125. She married JAMES SMITH125, son of SAMUEL SMITH and MARY ENSIGN.

Children of ELIZABETH SMITH and JAMES SMITH are:

i. ELIZABETH6 SMITH125.

ii. JAMES SMITH125.

iii. NOAH SMITH125, m. MARY JOHNSON125.

iv. SAMUEL SMITH125.

v. CHILEAB SMITH125.

vi. HANNAH SMITH125.

vii. EBENEZER SMITH125.

viii. MINDWELL SMITH125.

 

25. MARY5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)126 was born August 16, 1681 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts127. She married (1) PRESERVED SMITH128 December 15, 1697129, son of SAMUEL SMITH and MARY ENSIGN. She married (2) PETER MONTAGUE129 April 22, 1721129.

Notes for PRESERVED SMITH: Mary Lyon was the sixth of eight children given to Aaron and Jemima(Shepard) Lyon. Her father, who died before she was seven years of age, was a man greatly beloved by all, and often sent for to pray with the sick and dying. Her mother's ancestry goes back in one line to Rev. Henry Smith, who came from England as early as 1636, and in another to Lieut. Samuel Smith, who sailed for New England in the Elizabeth, of Ipswich, in 1634. From Charlestown and Watertown, Massa-chusetts, they went to Wethersfield, Connecticut, where one was minister till his death in 1648, and the other for twenty years filled important offices in church and state. Differences arose, due in part to lax views re-specting baptism and church membership, and all but six members of the church, "for the sake of peace and harmony," voted to remove from Wethersfield. In 1659 or 1660, about thirty left in a body with Rev. John Russell, their minister, and joined by a minority from the church in Hartford, holding similar views, were the first settlers of Hadley, then called Norwottuck. Among these were Lieut. Smith, his son Chileab, and some of the children of Rev. Henry Smith; Preserved, the grandson of the minister, married -Mary, the grand-daughter of the lieutenant, thus uniting the two families.

Children of MARY SMITH and PRESERVED SMITH are:

i. MARY6 SMITH129.

Notes for MARY SMITH: died young

ii. EBENEZER SMITH129.

Notes for EBENEZER SMITH: died young

iii. PRESERVED SMITH129.

Notes for PRESERVED SMITH: Preserved Smith was a Revolutionary soldier from Deerfield, 1776-7. from history of Deerfield.

DAR info Mrs. Constance Smith Homer. DAR ID Number: 21000 Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Wife of Joseph Warren Homer.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. David Wells and of Preserved Smith, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Fayette Smith and Apolline Stone, his wife.
Granddaughter of Preserved Smith, Jr., and Tryphena Goldsbury, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Preserved Smith and Eunice Wells, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Wells and Mary Taintor, his wife.
David Wells, (1723-1814), was commissioned lieutenant colonel of the Fifth Hampshire Regiment, 1776, and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born in Colchester, Conn.; died in Shelburne, Mass.

Preserved Smith, (1759-1834), was placed on the pension roll, 1832, for thirteen months' actual service in the Massa-chusetts Line. He was born in Ashfield; died in Rowe. Also No. 13309. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22

iv. EBENEZER SMITH129, m. HANNAH BOLTWOOD129.

v. SAMUEL SMITH129.

vi. CHILEAB SMITH129, b. June 01, 1708, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; d. August 19, 1800, Ashville, Franklin County, Massachusetts; m. (1) REBECCA BUTLER129; m. (2) MARY MOODY129, January 28, 1731/32, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

Notes for MARY MOODY: May have been named Sarah Moody.

vii. MOSES SMITH129.

Notes for MOSES SMITH: died young

47. viii. CHILEAB SMITH, b. 1708; d. 1800.

48. ix. JAMES SMITH, b. September 23, 1710; d. Aft. 1799.

 

26. CHILEAB5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)129 was born February 18, 1684/85 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, and died November 08, 1746 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. He married MERCY GOLDING129, daughter of PETER GOLDING and SARAH ?.

Children of CHILEAB SMITH and MERCY GOLDING are:

i. PETER6 SMITH129, m. AMY BISSELL129.

ii. CHILEAB SMITH129.

Notes for CHILEAB SMITH: died in infancy.

iii. MERCY SMITH129, m. NATHANIEL COLEMAN129.

iv. PHINEAS SMITH129, m. (1) MARY CHURCH129; m. (2) ELIZABETH SMITH129.

v. MARTHA SMITH129, m. THOMAS MEEKINS129.

vi. WINDSOR SMITH129, m. (1) SARAH SMITH129; m. (2) LYDIA FRARY129.

vii. THANKFUL SMITH129, m. MOSES DICKINSON129.

viii. CHILEAB SMITH129.

Notes for CHILEAB SMITH: died young.

ix. MARY SMITH129, m. MOSES BILLINGS129.

x. CHILEAB SMITH129.

Notes for CHILEAB SMITH: died at 22 years of age.

 

27. SARAH5 SMITH (CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)129 was born April 26, 1688 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts129, and died October 05, 1760129. She married JONATHAN MORTON129 April 13, 1710129, son of RICHARD MORTON and RUTH ?.

Children of SARAH SMITH and JONATHAN MORTON are:

i. JONATHAN6 MORTON129.

Notes for JONATHAN MORTON: Died in infancy.

ii. MARTHA MORTON129.

iii. JONATHAN MORTON129, m. ELEANOR SMITH129.

iv. SARAH MORTON129.

Notes for SARAH MORTON: Twin of Jonathan, died in infancy.

v. ELIJAH MORTON129, m. EUNICE MORTON129.

vi. DAVID MORTON129, m. CHRISTIAN SMITH129.

vii. SARAH MORTON129, m. EPHRAIM DOOLITTLE129.

viii. MARY MORTON129, m. SAMUEL SMITH129.

ix. LUCY MORTON129.

 

28. JOSEPH5 SMITH (JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)130 was born November 16, 1670 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, and died February 06, 1751/52 in Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts. He married CANADA WAITE130 December 15, 1696 in Hatfield, Masschusetts, daughter of BENJAMIN WAITE and MARTHA LEONARD.

Notes for CANADA WAITE: "[Canada Waite] was the child born in captivity to Benjamin Waite, the hero of the early days, who with Stephen Jennings made the perilous trip to Canada in the Winter to ransom captives taken in the memorable attack on Hatfield, Sept. 19, 1677." Daily Hampshire Gazette, 22 October 1972

Children of JOSEPH SMITH and CANADA WAITE are:

i. MARY6 SMITH, b. September 24, 1697, Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts; d. March 09, 1767; m. JOSEPH FIELD, JR..

ii. MARTHA SMITH, b. October 19, 1699, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

49. iii. SARAH SMITH, b. October 14, 1707, Hatfield, Hampshire County, Masschusetts; d. August 17, 1795, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

50. iv. SAMUEL SMITH, b. 1715; d. 1767.

 

29. BENJAMIN5 SMITH (JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1) was born January 10, 1672/73 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. He married RUTH BUCK March 14, 1699/00, daughter of HENRY BUCK.

Notes for BENJAMIN SMITH: Ancestors of Rutherford B. Hayes.

Children of BENJAMIN SMITH and RUTH BUCK are:

i. JOHN6 SMITH, b. March 20, 1700/01, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

ii. ELIZABETH SMITH, b. May 05, 1703, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

iii. MARY SMITH, b. February 07, 1705/06, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

51. iv. JOSIAH SMITH, b. January 31, 1708/09, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. October 17, 1773, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

v. MARTHA SMITH, b. September 07, 1711, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

vi. ISRAEL SMITH, b. January 24, 1713/14, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

vii. JOSEPH SMITH, b. September 30, 1716, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

viii. JONATHAN SMITH, b. February 1718/19, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

ix. CHRISTIAN SMITH, b. December 25, 1722, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

 

Generation No. 6

30. EPHRAIM6 FOOTE (NATHANIEL5, ELIZABETH4 SMITH, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)131 was born February 13, 1684/85 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut131, and died June 10, 1765 in Colchester, New London County, Connecticut131. He married SARAH CHAMBERLAIN131 June 1708 in Colchester, New London County, Connecticut131, daughter of JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN and MERCY DICKINSON.

Notes for SARAH CHAMBERLAIN: Sarah Chamberlain, the daughter of Joseph Chamberlain married Ephraim FOOTE in Colchester [Source: Colchester VR LR3 p453]. Ephraim was the son of  Nathaniel Foote and Margaret Bliss.

Child of EPHRAIM FOOTE and SARAH CHAMBERLAIN is:

i. SARAH7 FOOTE131, b. October 20, 1713131; m. JOSHUA DOUGLAS131, October 22, 1733, Colchester, New London County, Connecticut131.

 

31. JOHN6 SMITH (JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)132 was born December 03, 1684 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132, and died December 25, 1761 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132. He married ESTHER COLTON132 December 04, 1711 in Enfield, Connecticut132, daughter of EPHRAIM COLTON and ESTHER MARSHFIELD.

Children of JOHN SMITH and ESTHER COLTON are:

i. JOSIAH7 SMITH132.

Notes for JOSIAH SMITH: Resided in Brookfield, Vermont and died at about age 60.

ii. PHILIP SMITH132, b. October 12, 1712132; d. Abt. 1800132; m. ALICE JONES132, 1743132.

iii. EPHRAIM SMITH132, b. November 17, 1714, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132; m. MARY PRESTON132, Abt. 1737132.

iv. JOHN SMITH132, b. January 20, 1716/17, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132; d. March 24, 1795132; m. ELIZABETH EDWARDS132.

v. PHINEAS SMITH132, b. April 02, 1719, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132; m. ELEANOR BELL132, February 28, 1754132.

Notes for PHINEAS SMITH: Revolution Service. Resided in Wilmington, Vermont

vi. SILAS SMITH132, b. February 02, 1721/22, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132; m. (1) REBECCA ALLEN132; m. (2) SARAH PRESTON132, 1749132.

vii. ELEAZER SMITH132, b. January 27, 1725/26, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132; d. January 04, 1816, Amherst, Masschusetts132; m. (1) LYDIA THOMAS132; m. (2) ABIGAIL WHITE132.

Notes for ELEAZER SMITH: Resided Longmeadow and Amherst, Massachusetts. Revolution Service.

DAR info Mrs. Maria Louisa Barse Button. DAR ID Number: 92106
Born in Detroit, Mich. Wife of James Addison Button.
Descendant of Sergt. Moses Cook, Levi Cook, Lieut. Thomas Nichols and Eleazer Smith, as follows:
1. William Hawley Barse (1814-87) m. 1837 Maria Louisa Nichols (1815-96).
2. Joshua Nichols (1783-1854) m. 1810 Sally Cook (1788-1846).
[p.34] 3. Thomas Nichols m. 2nd 1765 Elizabeth Pierce (b. 1738); Levi Cook m. 1786 Achsah Smith (1765-1809).
4. Moses Cook m. 1748 Hannah Smith (b. 1730); Eleazer Smith m. Lydia Thomas (1725-70).

Eleazer Smith (1725-1816), a patriot of Hadley, Mass., where he was born. He died in Amherst. Also No. 55272. View full context The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 93 page 161

viii. ESTHER SMITH132, b. November 27, 1726, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132; d. December 18, 1756132; m. DANIEL KELLOGG132, Abt. September 21, 1751132.

Notes for ESTHER SMITH: Marriage intentions published September 21, 1751.

 

32. JOANNA6 SMITH (JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)132 was born September 01, 1686 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132. She married EPHRAIM NASH132 January 10, 1704/05 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132, son of TIMOTHY NASH and REBEKAH STONE.

Children of JOANNA SMITH and EPHRAIM NASH are:

i. TIMOTHY7 NASH132, m. EXPERIENCE KELLOGG132.

ii. EPHRAIM NASH132.

Notes for EPHRAIM NASH: Died in infancy.

iii. AARON NASH132, m. DAMARIS WAIT132.

iv. JOANNA NASH132.

Notes for JOANNA NASH: Died in infancy.

v. JOANNA NASH132.

Notes for JOANNA NASH: Died in infancy.

vi. MARTIN NASH132, m. ELIZABETH WAIT132.

vii. ELEAZER NASH132, m. PHEBE KELLOGG132.

viii. ELISHA NASH132, m. LOIS FROST132.

 

33. REBECCA6 SMITH (JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)132 was born August 05, 1688 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132, and died February 26, 1714/15132. She married SAMUEL CROW132, son of SAMUEL CROW and HANNAH LEWIS.

Children of REBECCA SMITH and SAMUEL CROW are:

i. REBECCA7 CROW132, m. DANIEL NOBLE132.

ii. MARY CROW132, m. SAMUEL CATLIN132.

 

34. JOSEPH6 SMITH (JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)132 was born July 19, 1690 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132. He married REBECCA SMITH132 February 1711/12132, daughter of JOSEPH SMITH.

Children of JOSEPH SMITH and REBECCA SMITH are:

i. JOSEPH7 SMITH132.

ii. REBECCA SMITH132.

iii. JOANNA SMITH132, m. (1) JOSHUA OLDS132; m. (2) BENJAMIN WRIGHT132.

iv. LYDIA SMITH132.

v. ELISHA SMITH132.

Notes for ELISHA SMITH: Died young.

vi. ELISHA SMITH132.

 

35. SARAH6 SMITH (JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)132 was born November 09, 1698 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132. She married (1) WILLIAM MONTAGUE132, son of JOHN MONTAGUE and HANNAH SMITH. She married (2) SAMUEL KELLOGG132 May 22, 1724132, son of NATHANIEL KELLOGG and SARAH BOLTWOOD.

Children of SARAH SMITH and SAMUEL KELLOGG are:

i. SAMUEL7 KELLOGG132, m. MARY NASH132.

ii. JOANNA KELLOGG132.

iii. GAD KELLOGG132.

iv. DAN KELLOGG132.

v. HULDAH KELLOGG132.

vi. MARY KELLOGG132.

vii. LUCY KELLOGG132.

viii. SARAH KELLOGG132.

 

36. EXPERIENCE6 SMITH (JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)132 was born April 19, 1703 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts132, and died August 23, 1762132. She married JAMES KELLOGG132 August 11, 1727132, son of JOHN KELLOGG and SARAH MOODY.

Children of EXPERIENCE SMITH and JAMES KELLOGG are:

i. JOHN7 KELLOGG132.

ii. EXPERIENCE KELLOGG132, m. ELI ROOT132.

iii. RUTH KELLOGG132, m. JOSHUA BALLARD132.

iv. JEMIMA KELLOGG132, m. STEPHEN NASH, JR.132.

v. JERUSHA KELLOGG132, m. ELIAKIM SMITH132.

vi. JOANNA KELLOGG132, m. STEPHEN GOODMAN132.

vii. MERCY KELLOGG132, m. PETER STRONG132.

 

37. ELISHA6 SMITH (JONATHAN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)132,133 was born July 10, 1705 in Hatfield, Hampshire County, Masschusetts133, and died November 28, 1784 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts133. He married SARAH SMITH133 December 14, 1727 in Hatfield, Hampshire County, Masschusetts, daughter of JOSEPH SMITH and CANADA WAITE.

Notes for ELISHA SMITH: Mr. Smith was known as "Goodman Smith" and seldom spoken of by any other name. He came to the Straits with other families about 1731 or '32 and built on the west side of the Deerfield Road. The house stood very near where the house of his great-grandson, Israel S. Smith, now is. The old house was very large and used for many years as a hotel with a store near by which was used for general merchandising. History of Whately, Massachusetts.

Mrs. Jennie Smith Prouty.DAR ID Number: 17916 Born in Meriden, Connecticut. Wife of Willis J. Prouty.
Descendant of Elisha Smith and of Philip Smith, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Henry G. Smith and Ann Marilla Whitney, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alanson Smith and Abigail Wright, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Smith and Judith Graves, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Smith and Elizabeth Graves, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Smith and Sarah Fields, his wife.
Elisha Smith, (1705-84), turned out with the minute men from Whately at the Lexington Alarm.
[p.335] Philip Smith, (1730-1806), served as a private in Capt. Salmon White's company, 1777. He was born and died in Whately, Mass. Also No. 16053.

Notes for SARAH SMITH: For her parentage and her date of birth we are indebted to Daniel W. Wells of Hatfield. Sarah Smith Tombstone.htm

Children of ELISHA SMITH and SARAH SMITH are:

i. BENJAMIN7 SMITH133, b. November 05, 1728, Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts133; d. February 06, 1793, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts133; m. (1) ELIZABETH ?133; m. (2) ABIGAIL SMITH133, May 18, 1758, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts133.

Notes for BENJAMIN SMITH: Mr. Smith was quite prominent in Whately and a Justice of the Peace, resided in the Straits and I think kept the Red Tavern before 1750.

ii. PHILIP SMITH133,134, b. July 22, 1730, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts135,136; d. August 30, 1806, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts137,138; m. ELIZABETH GRAVES139,140, April 18, 1758141.

Notes for PHILIP SMITH: From Whately or Hatfield, taxed 1789 in Deerfield.

iii. ABIGAIL SMITH141, b. July 02, 1732, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141.

iv. PAUL SMITH141, b. June 21, 1734, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; d. August 31, 1798, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; m. ELIZABETH SMITH141, May 02, 1758141.

Notes for PAUL SMITH: Resided on Grass Hill. Quite prominent in town.

v. SILAS SMITH141, b. August 15, 1736, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; d. December 02, 1805, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts; m. LAVINIA HOUGHTON141.

Notes for SILAS SMITH: Resided in West part of Whately.

Notes for LAVINIA HOUGHTON: From Sterling.

vi. SARAH SMITH141, b. August 06, 1738, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141.

vii. ELISHA SMITH, JR.141, b. October 13, 1740, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141.

Notes for ELISHA SMITH, JR.: Served in several campaigns in the Revolutionary War and may have died in the service.

viii. JONATHAN SMITH141, b. August 18, 1742, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; d. February 09, 1809, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; m. (1) ABIGAIL CHAUNCEY141; m. (2) HANNAH DICKINSON141.

Notes for HANNAH DICKINSON: From Amherst Massachusetts.

ix. ELEANOR SMITH141, b. August 14, 1744, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141.

x. MARY SMITH141, b. July 14, 1746, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; m. JOSEPH WAITE141.

xi. GAD SMITH141, b. January 23, 1748/49, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; d. Charlemont, Massachusetts; m. IRENE WAITE141, January 01, 1778, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141.

Notes for GAD SMITH: He was very prominent in town and business affairs, giving employment to many men. He kept a large country store, a hotel, run a large farm, carried on an extensive slaughtering house and coopering works for making beef barrels for shipping beef to the West Indies, etc.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17 page 72 Mrs. Mary Winifred Towne Cully. DAR ID Number: 16184 Born in North Adams, Massachusetts. Wife of Arthur John Cully.
Descendant of Elisha Smith, Gad Smith, Lieut. Samuel Gould, Eli Gould and Elisha Wait, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of William Breed Towne and Adelaide Agusta Gould, his wife.
Granddaughter of Stillman Gould and Maria Smith, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Eli Gould and Bernice Johnson, his wife; Gad Smith, Jr., and Rhoda Bartlett, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gould and Sarah Gilbert, his wife; Gad Smith and Irene Wait, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Wait and Martha Wells, his wife; Elisha Smith and Sarah Field, his wife. See No. 16053.

Gad Smith, (1749-1827), served in the Massachusetts militia [p.72] under Capt. Salmon White, 1777. He was born in Whately and died in Charlemont, Mass.

xii. ESTHER SMITH141, b. December 08, 1751, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; d. October 06, 1828, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141; m. JOSEPH HILL141, December 01, 1776, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts141.

Notes for JOSEPH HILL: Came from Hatfield Massachusetts to Whately in 1776, and when the log house of John Morey was burned he bought the place, June 2, 1783, lately known as the Aaron S. Stearns place.

 

38. MARY6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born Abt. 1693 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. She married JOHN PRESTON142.

Child of MARY SMITH and JOHN PRESTON is:

i. MARY7 PRESTON142, b. January 29, 1717/18, South Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; m. EPHRAIM SMITH142, Abt. 1737142.

 

39. HANNAH6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born March 01, 1693/94 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. She married NATHANIEL DICKINSON142 December 03, 1713 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, son of NEHEMIAH DICKINSON and MARY ?.

Notes for HANNAH SMITH: Moved to Sunderland, Massachusetts.

Children of HANNAH SMITH and NATHANIEL DICKINSON are:

i. ESTHER7 DICKINSON142, m. JOHN DICKINSON142.

ii. MOSES DICKINSON142, m. THANKFUL SMITH142.

 

40. LUKE6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born May 21, 1697 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. He married (1) SARAH ?142. He married (2) SARAH HAMILTON April 14, 1739.

Notes for LUKE SMITH: Moved to Sunderland, Massachusetts, but returned to Hadley, Massachusetts.

Children of LUKE SMITH and SARAH ? are:

i. SARAH7 SMITH142.

ii. HANNAH SMITH142.

iii. ELEAZER SMITH142.

iv. ABIGAIL SMITH142, m. JOSEPH COOK142.

v. ASAHEL SMITH142.

vi. ABIEL SMITH142.

 

41. SAMUEL6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born May 23, 1699 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, and died August 22, 1763142. He married LYDIA SMITH142.

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and LYDIA SMITH are:

i. SAMUEL7 SMITH142.

ii. LYDIA SMITH142, m. GAD ALVORD142.

iii. JOSIAH SMITH142, m. ABIGAIL EASTMAN142.

iv. MARY SMITH142, m. JOSIAH WHITE142.

v. REUBEN SMITH142.

Notes for REUBEN SMITH: Died in infancy.

vi. REBECCA SMITH142, m. JOB ALVORD142.

vii. PHEBE SMITH142, m. WAITSTILL DICKINSON142.

 

42. JONATHAN6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born March 04, 1701/02 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, and died April 04, 1774142. He married (1) REBECCA DICKINSON142 December 16, 1725142, daughter of NEHEMIAH DICKINSON and MARY ?. He married (2) MEHITABLE COOK142 January 31, 1733/34142.

Child of JONATHAN SMITH and REBECCA DICKINSON is:

i. OLIVER7 SMITH142, m. ELIZABETH EASTMAN142.

Children of JONATHAN SMITH and MEHITABLE COOK are:

ii. ENOS7 SMITH142.

Notes for ENOS SMITH: Died young.

iii. REBECCA SMITH142, m. JOHN COOK142.

iv. SETH SMITH142.

Notes for SETH SMITH: Died in infancy.

v. MEHITABLE SMITH142, m. ELIAKIM SMITH142.

vi. ANNE SMITH142, m. TIMOTHY EASTMAN142.

vii. ENOS SMITH142, m. MARY DICKINSON142.

viii. JONATHAN SMITH142, m. ANNA WILLIAMS142.

ix. SETH SMITH142, m. LYDIA SMITH142.

x. EBENEZER SMITH142.

Notes for EBENEZER SMITH: Died in infancy.

xi. PERES SMITH142, m. LOUISA NOBLE142.

 

43. RUTH6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born April 08, 1703 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. She married ISRAEL DICKINSON142 February 13, 1723/24, son of NEHEMIAH DICKINSON and MARY ?.

Children of RUTH SMITH and ISRAEL DICKINSON are:

i. RUTH7 DICKINSON142.

Notes for RUTH DICKINSON: Died in infancy.

ii. DAVID DICKINSON142, m. HANNAH SMITH142.

iii. RUTH DICKINSON142.

Notes for RUTH DICKINSON: Died young.

iv. REBECCA DICKINSON142, m. MOSES CLARK142.

 

44. DAVID6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born July 07, 1707 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, and died August 06, 1771 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. He married HANNAH WILLARD142, daughter of JOSIAH WILLARD.

Children of DAVID SMITH and HANNAH WILLARD are:

i. ELIZABETH7 SMITH142, m. JOSIAH SMITH142.

ii. HANNAH SMITH142, m. COLEMAN COOK142.

iii. THEODA SMITH142, m. NATHANIEL DICKINSON142.

iv. MARY SMITH142, m. PETER MONTAGUE142.

v. EUNICE SMITH142, m. REUBEN WRIGHT142.

vi. NAOMI SMITH142, m. ? WILLARD142.

vii. WILLARD SMITH142.

viii. JERUSHA SMITH142, m. OLIVER ATWELL142.

 

45. JOSEPH6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born March 22, 1709/10 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, and died June 1797142. He married MIRIAM CHURCH142 May 24, 1739142, daughter of BENJAMIN CHURCH and MIRIAM HOVEY.

Children of JOSEPH SMITH and MIRIAM CHURCH are:

i. GIDEON7 SMITH142, m. MARGARET CHURCH142.

ii. MIRIAM SMITH142.

iii. JOHN SMITH142, m. MARAH COOK142.

iv. JOSEPH SMITH142, m. NANCY DAY142.

 

46. SARAH6 SMITH (LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born May 05, 1713 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. She married JAMES SMITH142, son of PRESERVED SMITH and MARY SMITH.

Notes for SARAH SMITH: May have been named Mary Smith.Lived in Granby, Connecticut.

Children of SARAH SMITH and JAMES SMITH are:

i. EUNICE7 SMITH142.

ii. SARAH SMITH142.

iii. SARAH SMITH142.

iv. MARY SMITH142.

 

47. CHILEAB6 SMITH (MARY5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)143 was born 1708, and died 1800. He married SARAH MOODY143 1732143.

Notes for CHILEAB SMITH: Mary Lyon was the sixth of eight children given to Aaron and Jemima(Shepard) Lyon. Her father, who died before she was seven years of age, was a man greatly beloved by all, and often sent for to pray with the sick and dying. Her mother's ancestry goes back in one line to Rev. Henry Smith, who came from England as early as 1636, and in another to Lieut. Samuel Smith, who sailed for New England in the Elizabeth, of Ipswich, in 1634. From Charlestown and Watertown, Massa-chusetts, they went to Wethersfield, Connecticut, where one was minister till his death in 1648, and the other for twenty years filled important offices in church and state. Differences arose, due in part to lax views re-specting baptism and church membership, and all but six members of the church, "for the sake of peace and harmony," voted to remove from Wethersfield. In 1659 or 1660, about thirty left in a body with Rev. John Russell, their minister, and joined by a minority from the church in Hartford, holding similar views, were the first settlers of Hadley, then called Norwottuck. Among these were Lieut. Smith, his son Chileab, and some of the children of Rev. Henry Smith; Preserved, the grandson of the minister, married -Mary, the grand-daughter of the lieutenant, thus uniting the two families. Their son Chileab, bearing the name of his maternal grandfather, left before 1731, to become one of the first settlers of South Hadley. Chileab's Hill, a mile north of the village, still bears his name. An old well, near the present residence of Dennison Smith- belonged to the homestead where eleven of his twelve children were born. Jemima, the fifth, was the grandmother of Mary Lyon. Chileab Smith was a man of sterling qualities. The questions on which the churches of Hartford and Wethersfield were divided in the preceding century , led to much discussion in the region of Hadley. In this controversy Jonathan Edwards earnestly opposed the loose theory of church membership, and when leaving Northampton, said that no church and only one minister in Hampshire county was fully of his mind. Hampshire then comprised also the present counties of Hampden and Franklin. It is stated that the great-grandfather of Mary Lyon withdrew from the church in South Hadley, having had some difficulty with it "because he agreed with Mr. Edwards." In 1751 with two other families he began the settlement of Huntstown, now Ashfield. A pioneer like his fathers, he was like them foremost also in Christian work. In this place he began religious meetings at once and out of them grew a Baptist church. Its first pastor was his son Ebenezer, who preached from the age of nineteen to eighty-nine. During forty-five of these years be ministered at Ashfield, and was succeeded by his brother Enos, who was pastor forty years. Besides these two sons, ten ministers, and five daughters whose husbands were ministers, were counted in 1851 among his descendants. At the age of eighty he was himself ordained to the ministry. He lived to be ninety-two. His wife died at eighty-seven. The grandfather, whose name he bore, reached the age of ninety-five, his grand-mother eighty-eight, his son of the same name one hundred years and seven months. Two other sons lived to be more than ninety years of age. His daughter Jemima on one occasion wrote that it had been seventy years since she "'listed a soldier for Jesus." Her husband was Deacon Isaac Shepard, of Ashfield, a man of eminent piety like his father before him. Their daughter Jemima Shepard became the wife of Aaron Lyon, September 2, 1784.

Child of CHILEAB SMITH and SARAH MOODY is:

i. JEMIMA7 SMITH143, b. 1740; d. 1828; m. ISAAC SHEPARD143, 1764143.

 

48. JAMES6 SMITH (MARY5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)144 was born September 23, 1710144, and died Aft. 1799144. He married SARAH SMITH144, daughter of LUKE SMITH and MARY CROW.

Notes for SARAH SMITH: May have been named Mary Smith.Lived in Granby, Connecticut.

Children of JAMES SMITH and SARAH SMITH are:

i. EUNICE7 SMITH144.

ii. SARAH SMITH144.

iii. SARAH SMITH144.

iv. MARY SMITH144.

 

49. SARAH6 SMITH (JOSEPH5, JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)145 was born October 14, 1707 in Hatfield, Hampshire County, Masschusetts145, and died August 17, 1795 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts145. She married ELISHA SMITH146,147 December 14, 1727 in Hatfield, Hampshire County, Masschusetts, son of JONATHAN SMITH and ABIGAIL KELLOGG.

Notes for SARAH SMITH: For her parentage and her date of birth we are indebted to Daniel W. Wells of Hatfield.

Notes for ELISHA SMITH: Mr. Smith was known as "Goodman Smith" and seldom spoken of by any other name. He came to the Straits with other families about 1731 or '32 and built on the west side of the Deerfield Road. The house stood very near where the house of his great-grandson, Israel S. Smith, now is. The old house was very large and used for many years as a hotel with a store near by which was used for general merchandising. History of Whately, Massachusetts.

Children of SARAH SMITH and ELISHA SMITH are:

i. BENJAMIN7 SMITH147, b. November 05, 1728, Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts147; d. February 06, 1793, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts147; m. (1) ELIZABETH ?147; m. (2) ABIGAIL SMITH147, May 18, 1758, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts147.

Notes for BENJAMIN SMITH: Mr. Smith was quite prominent in Whately and a Justice of the Peace, resided in the Straits and I think kept the Red Tavern before 1750.

ii. PHILIP SMITH147,148, b. July 22, 1730, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts149,150; d. August 30, 1806, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151,152; m. ELIZABETH GRAVES153,154, April 18, 1758155.

Notes for PHILIP SMITH: From Whately or Hatfield, taxed 1789 in Deerfield.

iii. ABIGAIL SMITH155, b. July 02, 1732, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155.

iv. PAUL SMITH155, b. June 21, 1734, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; d. August 31, 1798, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; m. ELIZABETH SMITH155, May 02, 1758155.

Notes for PAUL SMITH: Resided on Grass Hill. Quite prominent in town.

v. SILAS SMITH155, b. August 15, 1736, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; d. December 02, 1805, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts; m. LAVINIA HOUGHTON155.

Notes for SILAS SMITH: Resided in West part of Whately.

Notes for LAVINIA HOUGHTON: From Sterling.

vi. SARAH SMITH155, b. August 06, 1738, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155.

vii. ELISHA SMITH, JR.155, b. October 13, 1740, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155.

Notes for ELISHA SMITH, JR.: Served in several campaigns in the Revolutionary War and may have died in the service.

viii. JONATHAN SMITH155, b. August 18, 1742, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; d. February 09, 1809, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; m. (1) ABIGAIL CHAUNCEY155; m. (2) HANNAH DICKINSON155.

Notes for HANNAH DICKINSON: From Amherst Massachusetts.

ix. ELEANOR SMITH155, b. August 14, 1744, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155.

x. MARY SMITH155, b. July 14, 1746, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; m. JOSEPH WAITE155.

xi. GAD SMITH155, b. January 23, 1748/49, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; d. Charlemont, Massachusetts; m. IRENE WAITE155, January 01, 1778, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155.

Notes for GAD SMITH: He was very prominent in town and business affairs, giving employment to many men. He kept a large country store, a hotel, run a large farm, carried on an extensive slaughtering house and coopering works for making beef barrels for shipping beef to the West Indies, etc.

xii. ESTHER SMITH155, b. December 08, 1751, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; d. October 06, 1828, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155; m. JOSEPH HILL155, December 01, 1776, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts155.

Notes for JOSEPH HILL: Came from Hatfield Massachusetts to Whately in 1776, and when the log house of John Morey was burned he bought the place, June 2, 1783, lately known as the Aaron S. Stearns place.

 

50. SAMUEL6 SMITH (JOSEPH5, JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1) was born 1715, and died 1767156. He married MARY MORTON 1749156.

Notes for MARY MORTON: "Sophia Smith remembered her grandmother [Mary Morton Smith] well. She used to say: 'I looked up to my grandmother with great love and reverence. She more than once put her hand on my head and said, " I want you should grow up and be a good woman and try to make the world better."

-Rev. John M. Greene, An Address at the Centennial of the Birth of Sophia Smith, 27 May 1896

Children of SAMUEL SMITH and MARY MORTON are:

i. JOSEPH7 SMITH156, b. 1758; d. 1836; m. LOIS WHITE156, 1789.

Notes for JOSEPH SMITH: Joseph Smith lived on the Nathaniel Dickinson, Jr. allotment (Sophia Smith Homestead).

ii. OLIVER SMITH156, b. January 20, 1766, Hatfield, Masschusetts156; d. December 20, 1845.

Notes for OLIVER SMITH: Founder of Smith Charities.

 

51. JOSIAH6 SMITH (BENJAMIN5, JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1) was born January 31, 1708/09 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, and died October 17, 1773 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. He married MARY TREAT 1761.

Child of JOSIAH SMITH and MARY TREAT is:

i. JAMES7 SMITH, b. 1756, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. February 20, 1832, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; m. SARAH HAMMER, March 14, 1781.

 

Generation No. 7

52. SARAH7 FOOTE (EPHRAIM6, NATHANIEL5, ELIZABETH4 SMITH, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)141 was born October 20, 1713141. She married JOSHUA DOUGLAS141 October 22, 1733 in Colchester, New London County, Connecticut141.

Children of SARAH FOOTE and JOSHUA DOUGLAS are:

i. SARAH8 DOUGLAS141.

ii. JOSHUA DOUGLAS141, b. February 22, 1734/35, Colchester, New London County, Connecticut141; d. Bef. June 22, 1785, Roxbury Twp., Morris County, New Jersey141; m. HANNAH ?141.

iii. DAVID DOUGLAS141, b. March 11, 1743/44, Colchester, New London County, Connecticut141.

 

53. EPHRAIM7 SMITH (JOHN6, JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born November 17, 1714 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. He married MARY PRESTON142 Abt. 1737142, daughter of JOHN PRESTON and MARY SMITH.

Children of EPHRAIM SMITH and MARY PRESTON are:

i. EPHRAIM8 SMITH142, m. THANKFUL GOODMAN142.

ii. ELI SMITH142.

iii. DARIUS SMITH142.

iv. LUTHER SMITH142.

v. JOANNA SMITH142, d. Bef. 1778142; m. SAMUEL GOODMAN142.

vi. LOIS SMITH142, m. WILLIAM TAYLOR142.

vii. SIMEON SMITH142, b. Abt. 1745142; m. ELIZA WHEELER142.

 

54. JOHN7 SMITH (JOHN6, JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born January 20, 1716/17 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, and died March 24, 1795142. He married ELIZABETH EDWARDS142, daughter of NATHANIEL EDWARDS.

Children of JOHN SMITH and ELIZABETH EDWARDS are:

i. BERIAH8 SMITH142.

ii. JOEL SMITH142.

iii. JOHN SMITH142, m. (1) RUTH COOK142; m. (2) MARIA DICKINSON142; m. (3) BETSEY DICKINSON142.

iv. ELIZABETH SMITH142, m. REUBEN JUDD142.

v. MARTHA SMITH142, m. ? THAYER142.

vi. LUCY SMITH142, m. ENOS POMEROY142.

vii. SARAH SMITH142, m. ? BADGER142.

 

55. PHINEAS7 SMITH (JOHN6, JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born April 02, 1719 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. He married ELEANOR BELL142 February 28, 1754142.

Notes for PHINEAS SMITH: Revolution Service. Resided in Wilmington, Vermont

Child of PHINEAS SMITH and ELEANOR BELL is:

i. MEDAD8 SMITH142, m. HANNAH CHANDLER142.

 

56. SILAS7 SMITH (JOHN6, JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born February 02, 1721/22 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142. He married (1) REBECCA ALLEN142. He married (2) SARAH PRESTON142 1749142, daughter of JOHN PRESTON.

Child of SILAS SMITH and REBECCA ALLEN is:

i. PHILIP8 SMITH142, b. 1751142; d. 1826142; m. ACHSA CHAPIN142.

 

57. ELEAZER7 SMITH (JOHN6, JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born January 27, 1725/26 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, and died January 04, 1816 in Amherst, Masschusetts142. He married (1) LYDIA THOMAS142. He married (2) ABIGAIL WHITE142.

Notes for ELEAZER SMITH: Resided Longmeadow and Amherst, Massachusetts. Revolution Service.

DAR infoMrs. Maria Louisa Barse Button.DAR ID Number: 92106
Born in Detroit, Mich. Wife of James Addison Button.
Descendant of Sergt. Moses Cook, Levi Cook, Lieut. Thomas Nichols and Eleazer Smith, as follows:
1. William Hawley Barse (1814-87) m. 1837 Maria Louisa Nichols (1815-96).
2. Joshua Nichols (1783-1854) m. 1810 Sally Cook (1788-1846).
[p.34] 3. Thomas Nichols m. 2nd 1765 Elizabeth Pierce (b. 1738); Levi Cook m. 1786 Achsah Smith (1765-1809).
4. Moses Cook m. 1748 Hannah Smith (b. 1730); Eleazer Smith m. Lydia Thomas (1725-70).
Eleazer Smith (1725-1816), a patriot of Hadley, Mass., where he was born. He died in Amherst. Also No. 55272. View full context, The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 93 page 161

Child of ELEAZER SMITH and ABIGAIL WHITE is:

i. SETH8 SMITH142, m. LEVINA JACKSON142.

 

58. ESTHER7 SMITH (JOHN6, JOHN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)142 was born November 27, 1726 in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts142, and died December 18, 1756142. She married DANIEL KELLOGG142 Abt. September 21, 1751142, son of NATHANIEL KELLOGG and SARAH PRESTON.

Notes for ESTHER SMITH: Marriage intentions published September 21, 1751.

Children of ESTHER SMITH and DANIEL KELLOGG are:

i. DANIEL8 KELLOGG142, m. MERCY EASTMAN142.

ii. AARON KELLOGG142.

iii. DAVID KELLOGG142, m. SALLY BRIDGE142.

iv. JOHATHAN KELLOGG142.

Notes for JOHATHAN KELLOGG: Died Young.

 

59. BENJAMIN7 SMITH (ELISHA6, JONATHAN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)143 was born November 05, 1728 in Hatfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts143, and died February 06, 1793 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143. He married (1) ELIZABETH ?143. He married (2) ABIGAIL SMITH143 May 18, 1758 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

Notes for BENJAMIN SMITH: Mr. Smith was quite prominent in Whately and a Justice of the Peace, resided in the Straits and I think kept the Red Tavern before 1750.

Children of BENJAMIN SMITH and ELIZABETH ? are:

i. ELIZABETH8 SMITH143, b. Abt. January 06, 1771, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

ii. ISAAC SMITH143, b. Abt. March 08, 1772, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; m. ROXA MORTON143, October 26, 1792, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

Notes for ISAAC SMITH: Died at the Battle of Buffalo, War of 1812-'14. After the birth of their five children they removed to Gorham, Ontario County, New York and subsequently to Hanover, Chatauqua County, New York.

iii. REBECCA SMITH143, b. Abt. February 14, 1773, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

iv. LYDIA SMITH143, b. Abt. March 26, 1775, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

v. WILLIAM COE SMITH143, b. Abt. November 12, 1775, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; m. MARY GRIMES143, November 08, 1797, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

Notes for WILLIAM COE SMITH: Him and his wife removed to New York.

Children of BENJAMIN SMITH and ABIGAIL SMITH are:

vi. SOLOMON8 SMITH143, b. Abt. 1759, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; m. POLLY PRATT143, Deerfield, Massachusetts143.

Notes for SOLOMON SMITH: Removed from town.

vii. ELIHU SMITH143, b. Abt. 1761, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; m. ANNA BELDEN143.

Notes for ELIHU SMITH: After the birth of their first child they moved to North Hadley and possible Sunderlund, Massachusetts.

viii. ROSWELL SMITH143, b. Abt. 1764, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; m. MARY PRATT143, May 01, 1782, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

Notes for ROSWELL SMITH: Lived in the Straits for some years then removed from town.

Notes for MARY PRATT: From Deerfield, Massachusetts.

ix. RACHEL SMITH143, b. Abt. 1766, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; m. AARON PRATT143, April 29, 1781143.

Notes for AARON PRATT: From Deerfield Massachusetts.

x. ELIJAH SMITH143, b. Abt. 1769, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; d. April 27, 1806, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143; m. MIRIAM MORTON143, April 09, 1788, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

Notes for ELIJAH SMITH: Twin of Mary. Lived in the Straits at the Quinn Place.

Notes for MIRIAM MORTON: From Hatfield, Massachusetts

xi. MARY SMITH143, b. Abt. 1769, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts143.

Notes for MARY SMITH: Twin

 

60. PHILIP7 SMITH (ELISHA6, JONATHAN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)143,144 was born July 22, 1730 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts145,146, and died August 30, 1806 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts147,148. He married ELIZABETH GRAVES149,150 April 18, 1758151, daughter of SAMUEL GRAVES and GRACE HITCHCOCK.

Notes for PHILIP SMITH: From Whately or Hatfield, taxed 1789 in Deerfield. [p.335]

Philip Smith, (1730-1806), served as a private in Capt. Salmon White's company, 1777. He was born and died in Whately, Mass. Also No. 16053.

Children of PHILIP SMITH and ELIZABETH GRAVES are:

i. LUCINDA8 SMITH.

ii. PHINEAS SMITH.

iii. BARZALEEL SMITH.

iv. ZILPAH SMITH.

v. PHILIP SMITH.

vi. ELIZABETH SMITH.

vii. ASA SMITH.

viii. AMASA SMITH.

ix. MARY SMITH.

x. MARTHA SMITH.

 

61. JONATHAN7 SMITH (ELISHA6, JONATHAN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)151 was born August 18, 1742 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151, and died February 09, 1809 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151. He married (1) ABIGAIL CHAUNCEY151. He married (2) HANNAH DICKINSON151, daughter of GIDEON DICKINSON.

Notes for HANNAH DICKINSON: From Amherst Massachusetts.

Child of JONATHAN SMITH and ABIGAIL CHAUNCEY is:

i. DAVID8 SMITH151, b. March 29, 1782, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; d. July 02, 1823, West Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. ELIZABETH HILL151, January 24, 1811, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151.

 

62. ESTHER7 SMITH (ELISHA6, JONATHAN5, PHILIP4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)151 was born December 08, 1751 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151, and died October 06, 1828 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151. She married JOSEPH HILL151 December 01, 1776 in Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151, son of EBENEZER HILL.

Notes for JOSEPH HILL: Came from Hatfield Massachusetts to Whately in 1776, and when the log house of John Morey was burned he bought the place, June 2, 1783, lately known as the Aaron S. Stearns place.

Children of ESTHER SMITH and JOSEPH HILL are:

i. ELIZABETH8 HILL151, b. February 06, 1778, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; d. September 13, 1850, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. DAVID SMITH151, January 24, 1811, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151.

ii. PAMELIA HILL151, b. March 04, 1779, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. WAREHAM JUDD151.

iii. ALINDA HILL151, b. June 26, 1780, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; d. February 20, 1841, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. DANIEL ROGERS151, 1805, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151.

iv. LUKE HILL151, b. March 13, 1782, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151.

v. GIDEON HILL151, b. September 11, 1783, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. MARTHA ALLEN151.

vi. MOSES HILL151, b. March 30, 1785, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; d. September 12, 1820, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. CLARISSA ROCKWOOD151, November 29, 1810, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151.

Notes for CLARISSA ROCKWOOD: From Northampton Massachusetts. One of their children was killed by an overdose of Tansy.

vii. SALLY HILL151, b. December 22, 1787, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151.

viii. ESTHER HILL151, b. August 04, 1789, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. ISRAEL STARKS151.

ix. REBEKAH HILL151, b. May 23, 1791, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. JONATHAN SHATTUCK151.

x. RUGGLES HILL151, b. December 30, 1793, Whately, Franklin County, Massachusetts151; m. SOPHIA WARNER151.

 

63. MARY7 PRESTON (MARY6 SMITH, LUKE5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)152 was born January 29, 1717/18 in South Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. She married EPHRAIM SMITH152 Abt. 1737152, son of JOHN SMITH and ESTHER COLTON.

Children of MARY PRESTON and EPHRAIM SMITH are:

i. EPHRAIM8 SMITH152, m. THANKFUL GOODMAN152.

ii. ELI SMITH152.

iii. DARIUS SMITH152.

iv. LUTHER SMITH152.

v. JOANNA SMITH152, d. Bef. 1778152; m. SAMUEL GOODMAN152.

vi. LOIS SMITH152, m. WILLIAM TAYLOR152.

vii. SIMEON SMITH152, b. Abt. 1745152; m. ELIZA WHEELER152.

 

64. JEMIMA7 SMITH (CHILEAB6, MARY5, CHILEAB4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)153 was born 1740, and died 1828. She married ISAAC SHEPARD153 1764153.

Child of JEMIMA SMITH and ISAAC SHEPARD is:

i. JEMIMA8 SHEPARD153, b. 1765; m. AARON LYON, JR., 1784.

Notes for Jemima Shepard: Mother of  Mary Lyon. To see Information on Mary Lyon (Founder of Mount Holyoke college, read about her.)

 

65. JOSEPH7 SMITH (SAMUEL6, JOSEPH5, JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1)153 was born 1758, and died 1836. He married LOIS WHITE153 1789.

Notes for JOSEPH SMITH: Joseph Smith lived on the Nathaniel Dickinson, Jr. allotment (Sophia Smith Homestead).

Children of JOSEPH SMITH and LOIS WHITE are:

i. AUSTIN8 SMITH153, b. October 08, 1790153; d. March 08, 1861153.

Notes for AUSTIN SMITH: His estate of $450,000 was bequeathed to his sister Sophia.

ii. JOSEPH SMITH153, b. 1792153; d. 1861; m. HANNAH WELLS153.

iii. ELIHU SMITH153, b. 1794; d. 1829.

iv. SOPHIA SMITH153, b. August 27, 1796.

Notes for Sophia Smith: founder of Smith College in Northampton, MA. (Go to Smith College Historical Page.) My Sister Loretta June Turner graduated from Smith in 1962.

v. HARRIET SMITH153, b. 1800; d. 1859.

vi. MIRANDA SMITH153, b. 1803; d. 1831.

vii. LOUISA SMITH153, b. 1805; d. 1828.

 

66. JAMES7 SMITH (JOSIAH6, BENJAMIN5, JOHN4, SAMUEL3, SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1) was born 1756 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, and died February 20, 1832 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. He married SARAH HAMMER March 14, 1781.

Child of JAMES SMITH and SARAH HAMMER is:

i. JOHN8 SMITH, b. September 02, 1796, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; d. February 20, 1874, New York City, New York.

 

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Surname Tree

          		Samuel SMITH - ?
                            		 |
                		Samuel SMITH - Barbary MUMFORD
                                  		 |
            				Samuel SMITH - Elizabeth CHILEAB
                            				|				|
    Philip SMITH - Rebeccah FOOTE			John SMITH - Elizabeth PARTRIDGE		
                     |											|
    Jonathan SMITH - Abigail KELLOGG			Joseph SMITH - Canada WAITE
 								|				|	
   							Elisha SMITH - Sarah SMITH
                            						|
                    						Esther SMITH - Joseph HILL
                                 								 |
                       									Alinda HILL - Daniel ROGERS
       					      						                                 

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Endnotes

1. The Wells Family and Also the Smith Family, 1893.

2. The Founders of New England, NEGHS Register Vol. 14, page 329.

3. History of Hadley, MA by Sylvester Judd & Lucius M. Boltwood.

4. New England Families Genealogical & Memorial, Third Series, Vol. IV by William Richard Cutter, pg 1790.

5. Genealogical Dictionary of the Early Settlers of New England, by James Savage.

6. The Wife of Lt. Samuel Smith of Wethersfield, by Paul W. Pringle, page 202.

7. Smith Family history, Ukans.edu/heritage/cousin/smith.html.

8. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

9. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

10. Smith Family history, Ukans.edu/heritage/cousin/smith.html.

11. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

12. History of Hadley, MA by Sylvester Judd & Lucius M. Boltwood.

13. New England Families Genealogical & Memorial, Third Series, Vol. IV by William Richard Cutter, pg 1790.

14. The Founders of New England, NEGHS Register Vol. 14, page 329.

15. Genealogical Dictionary of the Early Settlers of New England, by James Savage.

16. New England Families Genealogical & Memorial, Third Series, Vol. IV by William Richard Cutter, pg 1790.

17. History of the Town of Sunderland, MA with Genealogies by John Montague Smith, genealogies by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague, page 532.

18. The Wife of Lt. Samuel Smith of Wethersfield, by Paul W. Pringle, page 202.

19. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948., 369-375.

20. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

21. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

22. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

23. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

24. Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/ancestries/smithh.htm.

25. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

26. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

27. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

28. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

29. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

30. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

31. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

32. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

33. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

34. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

35. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

36. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

37. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

38. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

39. NEHGS register vol 110 page 66.

40. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, by James Savage.

41. The Founders of New England, NEGHS Register Vol. 14, page 330.

42. History of Hadley, MA by Sylvester Judd & Lucius M. Boltwood.

43. The Wife of Lt. Samuel Smith of Wethersfield, by Paul W. Pringle, page 202.

44. History of the Town of Sunderland, MA with Genealogies by John Montague Smith, genealogies by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague, page 532.

45. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

46. History of Hadley, MA by Sylvester Judd & Lucius M. Boltwood.

47. Genealogical Dictionary of the Early Settlers of New England, by James Savage.

48. James LeRoy Burnside, Ancestors & Descendants, in 217 Genealogy Books CD, pg. 139.

49. The Descendants of Gov. Thomas Welles, by Donna Holt Siemiatkoski, page 24..

50. Genealogical & Family History of the State of Connecticut, Vol. 1 by William Richard Cutter page 15..

51. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

52. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

53. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

54. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

55. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

56. Sophia Smith webpage.

57. Ancestry of Col. John Harrington Stevens and Francis Helen Miller by Mary Lovering Holman, Concord, NH 1948..

58. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

59. Kathy Dawn Fancher's webpage with familytreemaker.

60. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

61. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

62. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

63. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

64. History of Hadley, MA by Sylvester Judd & Lucius M. Boltwood.

65. Genealogical Dictionary of the Early Settlers of New England, by James Savage.

66. History of the Town of Sunderland, MA with Genealogies by John Montague Smith, genealogies by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague, page 533.

67. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

68. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

69. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

70. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

71. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

72. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

73. New England Families Genealogical & Memorial, Third Series, Vol. IV by William Richard Cutter, pg 1790.

74. Genealogical & Family History of the State of Connecticut, Vol. 1 by William Richard Cutter page 15..

75. History of the Town of Sunderland, MA with Genealogies by John Montague Smith, genealogies by Henry W. Taft & Abbie T. Montague, page 532.

76. History of Hadley, MA by Sylvester Judd & Lucius M. Boltwood.

77. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

78. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

79. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

80. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

81. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

82. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

83. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

84. A History of the Town of Northfield, Massachusetts, for 150 years, with account of the prior occupation of the territory by the Squakheags.

85. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

86. A History of the Town of Northfield, Massachusetts, for 150 years, with account of the prior occupation of the territory by the Squakheags.

87. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

88. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

89. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

90. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

91. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

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93. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

94. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

95. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

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105. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

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107. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

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109. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

110. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

111. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

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121. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

122. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

123. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

124. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

125. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

126. Sophia Smith webpage.

127. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

128. Sophia Smith webpage.

129. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

130. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

131. Kathy Dawn Fancher's webpage with familytreemaker.

132. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

133. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

134. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

135. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

136. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

137. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

138. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

139. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

140. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

141. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

142. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

143. Sophia Smith webpage.

144. Stephen M. Lawson, Smith Family history, sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/smiths.htm, "Electronic."

145. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

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148. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

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150. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

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152. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

153. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

154. A History of Deerfield Massachusetts by George Sheldon.

155. History of the Town of Whately Massachusetts, including a narrative of leading events from the First planting of Hatfield;1661-1899, By James M. Craft.

156. Sophia Smith webpage.