James and Florence moved to Hominy, Oklahomaspouse: >Ownbey, Florence (1883 - 1952)
Fred had three sons that were killed in WW II per a phone conversation wi th Kate Dyer on 1/1/97.
This marriage is as yet unproven.
There were no children from this marriage.
Mary was also known as Mollie or Polly.spouse: >Adams, Turner (1773 - ~1830)
According to John Gott's Book (see source notes) the bond reads : "ADAMS, Turner + Polly Smith, Jan 16, 1797 - bdsm: d/o Eliza"----------child: Adams, George Turner
The mariage bond and return abstract reads..."ASHBY, Nimrod T. + Adel ia J. Smith, April 7, 1838 - bdsm: d/o Charles B.; MR (GEO) (groom Nimro d)". (GEO)= Baptist minister Rev. Cumberland George.----------child: Ashby, Nimrod Thomson (1844 - 1924)
The abstract reads..."CHILTON, Joseph + Ann Smith, Mar. 24, 1795 - bds m: F. Brooke; MR (MON) (date of MR April 2 1795)." MON is an abbreviati on for Monroe/Monrie, John (Baptist)...the name of the minister and the re ligious faith.----------child: Chilton, Juliet (1800 - 1887)
The abstract reads...."SMITH, Augustine + Nancy Chilton, Dec. 13, 1798 - b dsm: Orrick Chilton."----------child: Smith, Charles Chilton (~1800 - )
Transcription of Marriage Bond + Return from Page 315 of Marriage Bon ds + Returns of Fauquier Co., VA as sent to CJ (Carole) Smith Hill by Line ages, Inc. P. O. Box 417, Salt Lake City, UT 84110 (http://www.lineages.co m) (received from CJ on March 23, 2003 via fax) <P> "Know All Men by these Presents, That we, Augustine C. Smith and Wm. O. Sm ith are held and firmly bound unto the Commonweaalth of Virginia, in the j ust and full sum on one hundred and fifty dollars, for the payment whereo f, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors a nd administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents: Seal ed with our seals, and dated this 25th day of January 1845. <P> The Condition of the above obligation is such, that whereas a marria ge is intended to be had and solemnized between the above bound Augusti ne C. Smith and Helen M. Adams of the county of Fauquier, daughter of Pet er Adams, Now, if there be no laawful cause to obstruct said marriage, t hen the above obligation to be void; else to remain in full force and virt ue. Signed, sealed and deliveredAugustine C. Smith (L.S.) in the presence of Aylett *icol William O. Smith (L. S.) <P> Clerk's office of Fauqr County Court This day William O. Smith made oath b efore me, a justice of the peace for Fauqr County, that the within named A ugustine C. Smith is above the age of twenty one. Given under my hand a nd seal this 25th day of January 1845. John Marr (SEAL) <P> The Clerk of the County of Fauquier County has my permission to issue marr iage licence to Augustine C. Smith for my daughter Helen M. Adams Given f rom under my hand + seal this 24th day of January 1845. Peter Adams (SEAL) <P> Witness Wm O Smith Cassius D. Adams----------child: Smith, Robert Scott
"SMITH, Chilton + Rachel M. Heflin, Feb. 26, 1828 - bdsm: d/o Willia m; MR (WIT) (bride Rachel Melville Hefflin, date of MR Mar. 6, 1828)" <P> *We are not positive that Chilton and Charles C. are one in the same, howe ver, the time span would indicate that they are.----------child: Smith, Mary Ellen
Obituary for Effie in Daily Post Athenian, Monday, October 26, 1966, Pa ge 5.spouse: >Morrow, Joda A. (1889 - 1943)
Mrs. Effie Marrow, .73, of East Etowah, died in a local hospital aft er a lingering illness, Mrs Marrow was preceded in death by her husband J oda Marrow, who passed away 23 years ago. She was a member of the First C hurch of God in East Etowah for 40 years. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. James R. Dyer of Cleveland, Ohio; o ne brother , Clifford Smith of Greenback; two grandchildren and several ni eces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2:00 from the Pleasa nt Grove Methodist Church with the Rev. Norvell Peek and Rev. Malcolm Culp epper officiating. Interment will be in church cemetery. Friends of the Marrow family are invited to call at the Murphy Chap el until the time of the service.
Harriet's older brother John Adams Washington Smith was appointed her guar dian after the death of her father.spouse: >Adams, Peter (~1786 - 1806)
Source: Fauquier County, Virginia Guardian Bonds 1759 - 1871, by Jo hn K. Gott (1990, Heritage Books, Inc.; 1540E Pointer Ridge Place, Bowi e, MD 20716) pg. 21. "JOHN A. W. SMITH, gdn. of Harriet B. Smith, orph of Thomas Smith, dec' d. 22 December 1806. For: $200. Sec: Dan'l Withers. J.P.: Joseph Blackwell, Williams, Jr., C handler Peyton, Francis Martin, Gent.
Harriet and Peter were cousins.----------child: Adams, Marion S.
Jane never married.
John + Mary settled in Westmoreland Co., VA about 1700.spouse: >Adkins, Mary Ann
Genealogy.com source. January 27, 2003 Birginia Genealogies and Biographies, 1500s-1900s Some Prominent ?Virginia Families, Bol. II, Chapter XIV, The Marshall Fami ly, Page 478spouse: >Hawkins, Maria Love (1789 - 1826)
"Sixth son, John Adams Washington Smith, b. in Fauquier Co., VA., Ju ne 2, 1781; d. Sept. 1, 1832 (his tombstone show the date as August 1, 183 2). Married (Feb. 2, 1806) Maria Love Hawkins, b. 1789; d. July 18, 182 6. Married, second (October 18, 1827), Julia A. M. Chapin, who died Oc t. 5, 1828. Married third, Sarah O. Hall, of Loudoun Co., Va. Mr. Smi th was educated in Richmond; studied law with his relative, William Marsha ll. His first wife was a daughter of Capt. John Hawkins, Adjutant of Co l. Thos. Marshall's Third Virginia Regiment.
Lucy never married.
Obituary:spouse: >Conner, Harry Virgil (1882 - 1944)
LAGRANGE -- Mrs. Myrtle M. Conner, 92, died Wednesday in Miller's Merry M anor. Surviving is a foster son. Services 10:00 a.m. Saturday in Frurip-May Funeral Home where calli ng is 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. Burial in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Roanoke ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Officiating minister was Rev. J. Wilbur Yates Arrangements were by Frurip-May Funeral Home in LaGrange, IN
Poem on funeral card: God hath not promised skies always blue, Flower-strewn pathways all our lives through; God hath not promised sun without rain, Joy without sorrow, peace without pain.
But God hath promised strength for the day, Rest for the labor, light for the way, Grace for the trials, help from above, Unfailing sympathy, undying love ... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Raymond was also known as "Jug".spouse: >Morrow, Mary Lee (1931 - 1997)
The marriage bond abstract reads...ASHBY, John + Sarah Smith, Aug 5, 17 99 - bdsm: Wm. Ash----------child: Ashby, George William
Sarah never married.
Susannah is buried in a small family cemetery behind the ancestral ho me of her grandparents, John and Sarah Stacy Gibbons Adams, in Fauquier Co unty, VA. Source: Personal visit to cemetery site by Sandy Onbey.spouse: >Morgan, Joseph
Thomas Smith can to Fauquier County with the Marshall family from Westmore land County in 1753. They later lived on leased land, from Colonel Thom as Marshall, a part of "Oak Hill". They build "the Grove" which was sti ll standing in 1980 on the road from Rt. 55 to the now almost extant villa ge of Oak Hill.spouse: >Adams, Elizabeth "Eliza" (1754 - )