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Re: Smith, 1870 census, po. Canton
Posted by: Stephanie Smith Date: July 21, 2001 at 04:56:54
In Reply to: Re: Smith, 1870 census, po. Canton by brigitte of 785

Hi, thankyou for your help,I am not sure what you need but here it goes,
Young Henry Smith b. 1810 in NC. His father was William T. Smith and Fannie. Young fought in the Creek Indian War in 1836. They moved to Randolph co Ga. Records shows William T. Smith in Randolph in 1820. Young Smith got land grandted to him for the war in Barbour co. ala. Around 1845. Next we found them in 1860 in Green valley, Smith Co, Texas, then in 1870 in Van Zandt co. Texas. We don't know after that.
Young was married 3 times, that we know of
Sarah Worsley, 1839, my line
Sarah Mcleod, 1850
Francis Crow, 1853.
Young had brothers, Nathan R. Smith, that also fought in The Creek Indian War, he was a Capt.
Whitfield B. Smith
Calvin Smith
William T. Smith Jr.
Edwin Smith
Fanny, m. a Suttun
From YOung Henry Smith and Sarah Worsley, they had
Turner Smith, 1840
Mary Susan Smith, Married Jessie David Brown
Turner in my line and fought in the Civil war and lived in Barbour co. Ala.
I hope this helps and let me know,
Paula Smith


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