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Peter Smith Married Mary Bailey
Posted by: SirThomas Smythe (ID *****7004) Date: April 20, 2010 at 05:58:55
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A scrap of information on Peter Smith, b. 1685, Wales would be appreciated.

Kind regards,

Gary Smith
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PETER SMITH (RootsWeb ID: I368) SAME FOUR RECURRING FEMALE NAMES, b. 1685, Wales, d. May 1741, Westmoreland Co., Va.; m. Mary Bayley (RoostWeb ID: I46570), b. abt. 1670, Westmoreland Co., Va., abt. 1705; possible son of Nicholas Smith and Agatha unkn., will proved 12 May 1741. Children of Peter and Mary Bayley: James Smith, b. 1706, Va.; Mary Elizabeth Smith, b. 1706, Va.; William Smith, b. 1708, Va.; Thomas Smith, b. 1710; Abigail Smith, b. 1714; Hannah Smith, b. 1716; Martha Smith [descendants show Martha-Nancy], b. 1718; John Smith, 1720; Anne Smith, b. 1722; and Peter Smith, b. 1726. (Thomas Smith through Peter Smith born Westmoreland Co., Virginia. Note: Mary Bayley, RootsWeb ID: I46570, born about 1670, Westmoreland Co., Va.; mentioned in father's will, 8 Dec. 1696, as daughter Mary Smith. Father Stephen Bayley, b. bef. 1630, England.) Peter's wife: Mary Bayley, Westmoreland Co., Virginia, married about 1705.


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