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*HENRY SMITH MUNROE b.Brooklyn, NY, 1850 d. Litchfield, Ct., May, 4 1933 Professor of mining at Columbia University
HARRY MUNROE (brother of Henry)
EDMOND MUNROE (father of Henry and Harry)
__________? (SMITH) MUNROE (mother of Henry and Harry)
HORATIO SOUTHGATE SMITH (Henry Smith Munroes mothers father?) b. Portland, Me., 1820 d. Brooklyn, NY, 1876 Physician, Brooklyn, NY
__________? (________?) SMITH
Children: 1) _______? Smith (mother of Henry and Harry Smith?) any other siblings?
FREDERIC SOUTHGATE SMITH (Horatios brother) b. Portland, Me., 1817 d. Pa. 1861 Civil Engineer, Examiner U.S. Patent office, Washington, DC
__________? (________?) SMITH (her husband Fred died and was buried on his wifes family farm in Pa.)
**HENRY BOYNTON SMITH DD LLD (Horatios oldest brother) b. Portland, Me., b. 1815 m. 1843 d. New York, 1877 Professor, Union Theological Seminary, New York
ELIZABETH ***LEE **ALLEN b. Hanover, N.H.? 1817 d. Lakewood, N.J., 1898 (at home of youngest daughter, Maria)
Children: 1) Arixene Southgate Smith 2) Maria Malleville Wheelock Smith 3) William Allen Smith
4) Henry Goodwin Smith DD LLD
HENRY SMITH b. Dighton, Ma. 1783 m. Scarboro, Me. d. Saccarappa, Me., July 22, 1853
Merchant, Portland, Me.
ARIXENE SOUTHGATE b. Scarboro, Me., Sept. 17, 1793 d. Portland, Me., Dec. 6, 1820
Children: 1) Henry Boynton Smith 2) Frederick Southgate Smith 3) Horatio Southgate Smith
*Henry Smith Munroe Papers
A Guide to the Henry Smith Munroe Papers at the Connecticut Historical Society at: http://www.chs.org/library/ead/htm_faids/munrh1933.htm
** HBS Bio.at:
***These LEEs are directly descended from Governor William Bradford of Plymouth.
** **These ALLENs may be traced back to the first crusade and back to Adam and Eve if you are so inclined , if not, then approx. 4,000 years, some say.
Hoping to share family research, Evan Smith
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