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Samuel Smith, Evaline Thomas, Travis County, Texas
Posted by: Kimberly Hansen (ID *****0776) Date: February 06, 2004 at 22:06:45
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I am looking for descendants of Samuel and Evaline Smith of Travis County, Texas.

Samuel was born in Missouri, abt. 1822. Samuel Smith married Eveline(Evaline or Amaline) Thomas, year and location unknown. Eveline Thomas was born in Tennessee, about 1825.

The Smiths are found in Travis County, Texas for the census years 1850-1880. They are living in Prec. 5, the Onion Creek P.O. and Gilliland Creek P.O.

The Smith children shown on the census' are:
Louiza Smith, born abt. 1840, in Texas;
Manivera Smith, born abt. 1842, in Texas;
Henry Smith, born abt. 1844, in Mississippi;
Annie Smith(A.W.T. Smith), born abt. 1847, in Texas;
Elizabeth (Lizzie or L.E. Smith), born abt. 1850 in Texas;
John Smith (J.R.T. Smith), born abt. 1852, in Texas;
Harriet Smith (Helen Harriet Smith), born abt. 1855 in TX;
A.M. Smith, male, born abt. 1856, in Texas;
Willis T. or Willis P. Smith, abt. 1859, in Texas;
Lintcus Smith, male, born abt. 1861, in Texas;
Vehella Smith or Marcella Smith, born abt. 1864, in Texas;
Barbella Smith, born abt. 1866, in Texas;
Franklin R. Smith, born abt. 1871, in Texas.

Samuel and Evaline's daughter, Helen Harriet Smith, married James W. Harrington on Dec. 4, 1873 in Travis, County, TX. James W. Harrington was born in Round Mountain, Blanco Co, Texas, on Dec. 5, 1853.




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