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    Sm7 John Smith

    Family progenitor was possibly Robert Smith of Londonderry, Ireland, and Elizabeth, and possibly of the Smythes of Ireland although the exact connection has yet to be established. On the other hand there seems to be a genetic connection with a maternal and paternal Smith line of the Hyatts
    The progenitor is also shown as Samuel Smith b 1698 Ireland d 1784 in Baltimore MD m Sidney Gamble d 1759 Baltimore and grandson of Hugh Smith
    Sm7-2 Sidney Smith m John Montgomery
    Sm7-3 Esther Smith d by 1810 m 1850 William Buchanan b 1732 d 1804
    Sm7-4 x Smith m James Roddy
    Sm7. John Smith b 1723 d 28 Jan 1801 ?Jun 1794 in Baltimore, Maryland Lived at corner of Gay St and Water St. Baltimore State Senator of Maryland 1781-91
    m 1753 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Mary Adams Buchanan Bu7 b 9 Oct 1723 d 17 Feb 1782 dau of Robert Buchanan b 1696 Ireland d 1748 Pa and Janet/Jane Boyd or
    John Smith and Mary Buchanon had issue:
    John Smith, a native of Strabane/Strabone Co Tyrone Ireland, immigrated to Carlisle, Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania but removed about 1759 to Baltimore, Maryland, where he was for many years a well-known merchant. In 1763 he was one of the commissioners to raise money by lottery to erect a market-house in Baltimore, and in 1766 was one of the commissioners to lay off an addition to the town. On 14 November, 1769, he was chairman of a meeting of the merchants to prohibit the importation of European goods, and on 31 May, 1774, was appointed a member of the Baltimore committee of correspondence. In 1774 he was also appointed one of the justices of the peace, and in November became one of a committee of observation whose powers extended to the general police and local government of Baltimore town and county, and to the raising of forty companies of "minute-men." The Continental congress having recommended measures for procuring arms and ammunition from abroad, he was appointed on the committee for that purpose from Baltimore. On 5 August, 1776, he was elected a delegate to the convention that was called to frame the first state constitution. In 1781 he was elected to the state senate, and in 1786 was re-elected.

    Strabane, N. Ireland a few miles SSW of Londonderry.

    Sm6-1 Gen. Samuel Smith b 27 Jul 1752 Cumberland Co Pa d 22 Apr 1839 Baltimore bur Westminster Cem
    m Margaret Spear b c 1759 in Baltimore Md d 1842 Baltimore bur Westminster Cem grandau of John Spear. A will of Joseph Spear in Cumberland Co PA 1781/3 with minor children Ann, John and Joseph names brothers Robert Speer of Donegal Lancaster Co and William Spear of Baltimore guardians. A sister seems to have been Christina Speers 1752-1841 m Samuel Frey Sr b about 1729 d 1814
    Sm6-1-1 John Spear Smith b 1786 Baltimore d 1866 Baltimore
    m Cary Anne Nicholas dau of Gov Wilson Cary Nicholas
    -1 Margaret Smith m Robert Hill Carter -1-1 Sally Randolph Carter b albemarle Co VA
    Sm6-1-2 Mary Buchanan Smith b c 1788 Baltimore d Nov 1868 Baltimore
    m John Edward Mansfield b 7 Jul 1841 England
    -1 Charlotte Henrietta Mansfield b 1818 London d 1869
    -2 Gen William Rose Mansfield Baron Sandhurst b 21 Jun 1819 d 23 Jun 1876 Grosvenor Gardens Westminster m Margaret Fellowes
    -1-1 William Charles Reginald van Tuyll van Serooskerken b 1845 Munich d 1903 Vienna, m Anna Mathilda Gravin van Limburg Stirum b 24 Jul 1854 Warmond Netherlands d 14 May 1932 UK
    -2-1 William Mansfield Viscount Sandhurst
    -2-2 John william Mansfield b 10 Jul 1857 d 6 Jan 1933 3rd Baron Sandhurst m Edith Mary Higson
    -1-1-1 Henri Charles van Tuyll van Serooskerken
    -1-1-2 Julia Mary van Tuyll van Serooskerken b 8 Jan 1883 The Hague Netherlands d 14 Juli 1952 m Sir Berkeley Digby Sheffield
    -2-2-1 Ralph Sheldon Mansfield 4th Baron Sandhurst
    Sm6-1-3 Sidney Smith m Edward Patterson -1 Margaret Patterson b 1816 m Charles Cocke Turner
    -2 Dorcas Patterson b 1821
    -3 Laura Patterson b 1824
    -4 Edward Patterson b 1825
    -5 Sidney Patterson b 1829 m William Fauntleroy Turner
    -6 Samuel Smith Patterson b 1827 d 1887
    -7 Robert Patterson b 1831

    -5-1 Sidney Smith Turner b 1857 d 26 Oct 1933 m Elisha Dyer
    Sm6-1-4 Laura Sophia Smith b 27 NOV 1793 in Baltimore Md d BEF 1850
    m Christopher Hughes b 1786 in Baltimore, Maryland
    Sm6-1-4-1 Margaret Smith Hughes b 9 JAN 1819 in Sweden
    m 8 JUL 1851 in Baltimore Anthony Kennedy b 21 DEC 1810 in Ellerslie" Howard District near Baltimore Md son of John Kennedy b 1769 in Ireland and Nancy Pendleton b 1778 in Jefferson Co WV he m1 Sarah Stephena Dandridge b 7 NOV 1811 in Jefferson Co WV and had Agnes Spotswood Kennedy b 10 MAY 1840 in Virginia
    Sm6-1-4-2 Sidney M. Hughes b 1830 in Baltimore Md d 7 MAR 1879 in Baltimore, Maryland
    m 20 APR 1815 in Baltimore Edward Patterson b 14 JUL 1789 in Baltimore, Md son of William Patterson b 1 NOV 1752 in Donegal, Ireland and Dorcas Spear b 15 SEP 1761 in Baltimore, Md grandson of William Spear b 1735 in Baltimore, Maryland and Elizabeth Gailbraith b 1737 in Lancaster Co., Pa
    Sm6-1-4-2-1 Margaret Patterson b 11 FEB 1816 in Baltimore Md d 10 May 1873 m after 1850 1 Charles C. Turner b 11 APR 1803 in Va
    Sm6-1-4-2-2 Laura Patterson b: ABT JUN 1825 d AFT 1900 in Baltimore, Md living with bro Edward 1880 niece Sarah Patterson div from Donnell Swan in 1900 Census 1900 - Baltimore Ward 13, Baltimore City, Maryland Laura Patterson - 70 - June 1829 - single - MD MD MD Sarah Patterson - niece - 40 - Jan 1859 - widowed - 1/1 MD MD MD Laura P. Swan - niece - 18 - Nov. 1881- single - MD MD MD
    Sm6-1-4-2-3 Edward Patterson b ABT 1828 d after 1880
    Sm6-1-4-2-4 Sidney Smith Patterson b FEB 1829 in Baltimore Md d 18 OCT 1859 in Jefferson Co., Virginia (now West Virginia) son of Henry Smith Turner b 1770 and Catherine Blackburn b 1770 in Prince William Co Va he m1 29 MAY 1845 in Richmond Ellen Beirne b: 15 JAN 1822 Southern Advocate newspaper June 20, 1845 Married by Bishop Johns on Thursday evening at the residence of William H. McFarland, Esq. in Richmond Virginia, Mr. William F. Turner of Jefferson county of Miss Ellen Beirne, youngest daughter of Hon. Andrew Beirne of Monroe County, Virginia. + stch Ellen Beirne Turner b ABT 1846 in Jefferson Co., Virginia (now West Virginia)
    m AFT 1850 William Fauntleroy Turner b ABT 1814 in Jefferson Co., Va (now WV)
    -1 Sidney\Sydney (Sarah) Smith Turner b JAN 1859 in Md 26 OCT 1933 m Donnell Swann div m2 Elisha Dyer b 23 OCT 1862 in Providence, Rhode Island
    -1-1 Laura Patterson Swann b NOV 1881
    Sm6-1-4-2-1 Robert Patterson b JAN 1831
    Sm6-1-2 Sidney Smith b 1795 in Baltimore, Maryland
    Sm6-1-3 Margaret Smith b 1816 in Baltimore, Maryland
    Sm6-1-3 Mary Smith b: ABT 1818 in Maryland d AFT 1870 in Louisville Ky m 27 JUL 1848 in Baltimore Samuel Smith Nicholas b: 1 JUN 1797 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
    Ni4-9 Cary Ann Nicholas b: 1849 married Rudolph Fink b Germany
    Ni4-9-1 Albert Fink b 17 Nov 1873 Louisville d 25 Mar 1941
    Ni4-10 Catherine Nicholas b: 1850
    Ni4-11 Sarah Nicholas b: 1852 d after 1880 apparently living in the household of Robert Hill Carter Ct8-2-4-5-3 in the Scottsville Albemarle Co Va census 1880 together with his unmarried daughters and son, who she may have later married.
    Ni4-? Emma Nicholas b: 1854 ?probably Emma Juliette dau of George Nicholas Ni4 and Emma Hawes
    Sm6 Mary Smith b Jul 1755 d ABT 1807 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
    married Lt. Col. George Nicholas Ni6
    Ni5-1 Col. Robert Carter Nicholas (1779 - 1836)
    Ni5-2 Maria Nicholas (1780 - ? ) 17 March 1804 married Col. Thomas D. Owings of Kentucky in Lexington Ky.
    Ni5-3 Smith Nicholas (1782 - ? )
    Ni5-4 Ann Nicholas (1783 - ?)
    Ni5-5 Sidney Nicholas (1785 - ? )
    Ni5-6 Major Cary Nicholas (1786 - ? )
    Ni5-7 George Ann Nicholas (1788 - ?)
    Ni5-8 Margarette Gailbraith Nicho1as (1789 – Aug.13, 1819) married first Gen. J.C. Bartlett, second Gov. Thomas Fletcher, died without issue. She was portraited by Jouet; the portrait in the posession of Gen Charles Parsons Nicholas (Ni3-5-4) in 1975.
    Ni5-9 John Nelson Nicholas (1791 - 1826)
    Ni5-10 Elizabeth Randolph Nicholas (1793 -  married James Gabriel Trotter of Lexington
    Ni5-11 George Wilson Nicholas (1795 - ? )
    Ni5 Samuel Smith Nicholas (1797 - 1869) m1 Matilda Prather (Pr5) dau of Thomas Prather (Pr6) and Matilda Fontaine (Fo6) m2 Mary Smith Sm6-1-3 s.a.
    Ni5-13 Henrietta (Hetty) Morrison Nicholas (1798 - ? ) married Richard Hawes
    ? Clara Nicholas, unmarried
    Ni4-1 Mary Jane Nicholas [1830-? ) married y Graves
    Ni4 George Nicholas (1831-1896) married first Emma Hawes, second Mary Anna Pope
    Ni4-3 Thomas Prather Nicholas , (1833-1870)
    Ni4-4 Matilda Nicholas (1835-1921) married Hon P Barrett of Mo.
    Ni4-5 Hetty Nicholas (1837-1838)
    Ni4-6 Julia Nicholas (1839-1907) married Maj. James Johnson/Johnston, C.S.A. -
    Ni4-6-1 Mary Johnston living in Louisville in 1920 corner of 4th and Braodway
    Ni4-7 Margharetta Nicholas (1842-1905) married Thomas
    Ni4-8 Samuel Smith Nicholas Jr (1844- ?) m Nannie Carter, daughter of Capt. Frank Carter + 2 dau

    Children by his second wife:
    Ni4-9 Cary Ann Nicholas, (l849- ?)
    (Ni4-10) Catherine Nicholas (1850- ?) married Rudolph Fink
    Ni4-11 Sarah Nicholas (1852- ?)

    Sm6-3 Robert Smith, served as secretary of the Navy under Thomas Jefferson and secretary of state under James Madison
    m 1790 cousin Margaret Smith b 1765 d 1842 .
    Sm6-4 Margaret Smith b 28 MAR 1765 in Baltimore m Wilson Cary Nicholas Ni6-3
    Sm6-5 John Smith b 1754 d 1805 m c 1773 Elizabeth x
    Sm6-6 Elizabeth Smith m 1779 John Spear
    Sm6-7 Janet Smith b 1762 d 1832 m 1785 John Hollins

    History
    Carlisle PA was laid out and settled by Scots-Irish immigrants in 1751 and became the center of their settlement in the Cumberland Valley. Carlisle was incorporated as a borough on April 13, 1782. As authorized by a general borough law of 1851 (amended in 1852), the government is administered by a burgess and a borough council.

    In 1787 Carlisle was the scene of a riot instigated by Anti-Federalists in response to a planned march in favor of the US constitution. In 1794 during the Whiskey Rebellion, the troops of Pennsylvania and New Jersey assembled in Carlisle under the leadership of George Washington. The borough was shelled by the Confederates on July 1, 1863 during the American Civil War. Carlisle was well-known at one time for the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, which trained Native Americans from all over the United States; one of its notable graduates was athletic hero Jim Thorpe.

    Carlisle is also home to Dickinson College, established in 1773 and later chartered in 1783, making it the first college founded in the newly recognized United States. The Dickinson School of Law, founded in 1834 and affiliated with Dickinson College until 1914, is the fifth oldest law school in the United States and the oldest law school in Pennsylvania. It remained independent for over 80 years, until it merged with The Pennsylvania State University in 1997, becoming the Penn State Dickinson School of Law.

    The U.S. Army War College, located at the Carlisle Barracks, caters to high-level military personnel and civilians and prepares them for strategic leadership responsibilities. The Carlisle Barracks is the oldest installation in the United States Army and Army's most senior military educational institution.

    For more than 270 years, members of the First Presbyterian Church have worshiped God here in the Cumberland Valley. Our heritage goes back to 1734, when a large settlement of sturdy, God-fearing Scots-Irish from Lancaster County established a Presbyterian Church at Meeting House Springs, located on the Conodoguinet Creek about two miles west of the Carlisle Public Square.

    The first minister was installed there in 1739 and preached from a crude pulpit in a one-room log church. Eventually, Meeting House Springs proved to be too far removed from the new county seat of Carlisle, established in 1751, so the congregation moved to town in 1757 and subsequently built the edifice in which we worship today. Behind the old stone walls at Meeting House Springs endures what is left of our earliest heritage, an old church graveyard with stones that date back to 1744 - the oldest anywhere in Cumberland Valley.

    At the new meeting house in Carlisle, the doors of the sanctuary faced south, and the pulpit was situated at the north side between two arched windows. It was a high pulpit with stairs leading up to it, a sounding board over it and a desk for the clerk in front of it. Worshipers furnished their own benches before pews were installed and could bring their own foot warmers, since there was no heat. A south balcony was added in 1785.

    In 1827 a brick chapel was added to the west side of the meeting house and the interior of the church was remodeled. The high pulpit was moved from the north to its current location on the west side, and the entrance doors were made to face Hanover Street. Evidence of these changes can be seen in close inspection of the outside walls. A new, lower pulpit was built without a desk for the clerk but with winding stairways on both sides. The balcony was modified as it appears today. The balcony gas lights, installed in 1857, were completely restored and electrified in 2001.

    The present chapel, built to replace the old brick chapel, was dedicated in 1873 as a memorial to Presbyterian reunion. It corresponded in style to the main building and was topped by the tower.

    It was in 1876 that the interior of our church was made to look as it does today. At that time, stained glass windows were added and the pulpit with the winding stairways was removed. The box pews were replaced with the current ones made of Victorian walnut.

    Few subsequent changes were made to our church building until 1952, when the Sunday school annex was constructed. Built of native limestone to match the old meeting house, it served our congregation well for thirty-four years. In 1986 the roof of this wing was raised to a full second story, providing classrooms, fellowship, and administrative space.

    Our church has served its community well. Within the stone walls of the meeting house, men of the colony met in 1774 to support the defiance of England by Massachusetts and to call for united action by the colonies. Here President Washington worshiped in 1794. Here the shells fired by the Confederates struck in 1863. Here Dickinson College commencements were held for half a century. Troops from Carlisle Barracks worshiped here.

    In addition to their religious and patriotic fervor, our Scots-Irish ancestors vehemently supported education and for that reason built a Presbyterian grammar school which evolved into Dickinson College. The first Sunday school in the valley was organized in this church as was the first Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor. After the Civil War, a large class of Afro-Americans found religious instruction here. For many years Native American pupils from the Carlisle Industrial Training School attended Sunday school here. Many of them later joined the church.

    With religious, civic and educational interests finding expression here, our church has ever been and continues to be a part of the life of the community. Bearing its years with grace and dignity, this historic building stands as a testament to the life and heritage of the First Presbyterian Church.



    Robert Smith (November 3, 1757 – November 26, 1842) was the second United States Secretary of the Navy from 1801 to 1809 and the sixth United States Secretary of State from 1809 to 1811. He was the brother of Senator Samuel Smith.

    Smith was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. During the American Revolutionary War, he served in the Continental Army and participated in the Battle of Brandywine. He graduated from Princeton in 1781 and began to practice law in Maryland. Smith became the Presidential Elector in the Electoral College for Maryland in 1789, then a member of state's senate from 1793 to 1795, and finally a member of Maryland's house of delegates from 1796 to 1800. President Thomas Jefferson appointed him as Secretary of the Navy in July, 1801 after William Jones declined the position. On March 2, 1805, the Senate confirmed the appointments of Smith as United States Attorney General and Jacob Crowninshield as Secretary of the Navy. However, Crowninshield declined his appointment, so Smith briefly served as both Attorney General and Secretary of the Navy. Eventually, President Jefferson appointed John Breckinridge to replace Smith as Attorney General and Smith resumed his role as a full-time Secretary of the Navy. Smith finally left the office of Secretary of the Navy with the end of President Jefferson's administration on March 4, 1809. Jefferson's successor, President James Madison, immediately appointed Smith as Secretary of State, an office which he held from March 6, 1809 until his forced resignation on April 1, 1811.

    Smith was closely allied with his brother, Maryland Senator Samuel Smith. He bitterly opposed Treasury Secretary Albert Gallatin. Madison thought he could be his own Secretary of State, but Smith so often pursued opposite policies that Madison finally demanded his resignation. In Madison's April 1811 “Memorandum on Robert Smith” the president offered a laundry list of Smith's shortcomings: he questioned Smith's loyalty; he found Smith's diplomatic correspondence wanting; he had been indiscreet in conversations with the British; and he had opposed the Administration's efforts to secure concessions from Britain and France by limiting trade. Apparently Smith was bewildered by these and other charges leveled by Madison and published an exoneration of himself, "Robert Smith's Address to the People of the United States," an attack on Madison's foreign policy.

    Smith became the president of the not-yet-fully-organized American Bible Society in 1813. In 1818, he became the founding president of the Maryland Agriculture Society and afterwards retired to a more private life where he enjoyed his wealth. Robert Smith died in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 26, 1842. The USS Robert Smith (DD-324) was named for him.



    This seems to be the William Smith family brother of Sm7 John Smith
    Dugan-Hollins Family Vault
    Made by Christopher Busta-Peck
    This burial vault holds the remains of nine members of two prominent Baltimore families whose live were intertwined through business partnerships and marriage. Cumberland Dugan (1747-1836), the patriarch, left Ireland at age 19, settling briefly in Roxbury, Massachusetts before coming to the small but growing town of Baltimore. Through marriage and banking, Dugan forged personal and business ties with other powerful Presbyerian families, particularly the Smiths and Hollins. And, like many other wealthy men, he became a public figure and political office holder. Dugan's daughter, Rebeccda, (1788-1860), married John Smith Hollins (1787-1858), the son of Dugan's business partner who served as mayor of Baltimore from 1852-1854. A Godefroy Design? Did Maximilian Godefroy design this burial vault for Cumberland Dugan? Compare its doorways to those of the William and Robert Smith vault. And consider its graceful proportions. Built with local freestone, it is further distinguished by a gavetto cornice that forms the eaves of a slate hipped roof. [painting] Of Wealth and Means Cumberland Dugan arrived in the American colonies with considerable wealth - and an acumen for commerce and politics. A successful flour merchant who served in the Baltimore City Council and Maryland Legislature, Dugan also introduced the first true rowhouses along a Baltimore wharf in 1796. Cumberland Dugan by Thomas Sully, oil on canvas, 1821 Brooklyn Museum, 21.56. Carll H. de Silver Fund Inscriptions: Cumberland Dugan, a native of the City of Coleraine County of Londonderry and Kingdom of Ireland And for the last 71 years a resident of America, 68 years of which in Baltimore. He departed this life 1st Nov. 1836 in the 90th Year of his Age. Also, his Wife Margaret Dugan, Born Dec. 7, 1762, Died June 25, 1852 Hammond Dugan, Born Jany 5, 1797, Died Feby 28, 1841 Frederick James Dugan, Born March 31, 1804, Died march 24, 1858 Georgianna E. Hollins Daughter of John Smith & Rebecca Hollins. Born Sept. 19, 1819, Died March 23, 1840 John Smith Hollins, Born Oct. 9, 1787, Died Nov. 28, 1856 C. Dugan Hollins, Born June 27, 1823, Died Dec. 23, 1858 Rebecca Hollins, Relict of John Smith Hollins Born Oct. 22, 1788, Died May 27, 1760 Rebecca Hollins, Relict of John Smith Hollins Born Oct. 22, 1788, Died May 27, 1760 [painting] Mr. Mayor John Smith Hollins, mayor of Baltimore from 1852-1854, was the son of a British maritime banker who came to Baltimore in 1783. His mother, Jane Buchanan Smith, was Sam Smith's sister. As a merchant, Hollins invested heavily in privateers (ships with government-issued Letters of Marque which allowed them to seize enemy commercial vessels). In 1814, Hollings fought against the British at the Battle of North Point as a member of the Fifth Maryland Regiment. John Smith Hollins, oil on canvas reproduced in Wilbur Coyle's Mayors of Baltimore (1909)Courtesy of the Maryland State Archives. [photograph] Neighbors - In Life and Thereafter French architect John Abraham Chevalier designed this stylish double-house in the late 1790s for Paul Bentalou. (Bentalou's burial vault is in the catacombs.) Sam Smith's townhouse stood next door. Around 1800, Bentalou sold the pair to Cumberland Dugan and a business partner. The Dugans moved into the house on the right. Dugan acquired the other house and presented it to his daughter - probably as a wedding present - in 1811. For the next several decades, the Dugans and the family of Rebecca and JOhn Smith Hollins lives side-by-side, a relationship that carried over into death in the family burial vault. Photograph of the Bentalou / Dugan-Hollins Houses on Exchange Place, ca. 1900The Maryland Historical Society
     

    Monumental Lives
    Made by Christopher Busta-Peck
    The William and Robert Smith vault, another of Maximilian Godefroy's Egyptian-flavored designs, belonged to one of early Baltimore's most successful and accomplished families. William Smith followed his brother John from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to Baltimore in 1761, along with other Scots-Irish flour merchant families. Smith helped transform Baltimore from a raw town of some 1,500 into an international port city. He was also one of the founders of the First Presbyterian Church, whose members established this burying ground in 1786. Robert Smith, William's nephew, was the son of John and the older brother of Sam Smith. He became an attorney and statesman of national prominence who served as Secretary of the Navy (1801-1809) and Attorney General (1805) under President Thomas Jefferson, and Secretary of State under James Madison (1809-1811). A Revolutionary war veteran and 1781 graduate of College of New Jersey (Princeton University), Robert Smith served in the Maryland State Senate and the House of Delegates. After retiring from politics, Smith spent some 20 years as provost of the fledgling University of Maryland (established in Baltimore in 1807). [painting] A Doting Granfather In this 1788 portrait William Smith dotes attention on his grandson at his country estate, Eutaw. He is surrounded by symbols of virtue - books suggest a literate populate, the knife reveals pride in labor, and the well groomed estate reflects the nobility of farmers, and a treasured child shows concern for furture generations - a favorite ploy of the artist Charles Wilson Peale. William Smith and Grandson by Charles Wilson Peale, oil on canvas, 1788 Virginia Musuem of Fine Arts, Richmond. Museum purchase with funds provided by The Robert G. Cabell III and Maude Morgan Cabell Foundation, and The Arthur and Margaret Glasgow Fund. [print] A National Figure Robert Smith served as Secretary of Navy (1800-1811) during the war against the Barbary states, maintaining the Mediterranean blockade that eventually ended the piracy against American ships. Smith later resigned as Secretary of State at Madison's request because of disagreements over policies toward France and England. Robert Smith by St. Memin, engraving, ca. 1800 The Maryland Historical Society [photograph] A Pseudo Temple The Smith Family vault is a square pseudo-temple (Robert Alexander) made of Baltimore freestone, and featuring a slate roof. Compare its two doorways to the one on the O'Donnell vault. Godefroy's three columns are topped by stylish Egyptian capitals. Photograph by Jennifer White, 2006
     

    The Carriage Gates of Westminster Burying Ground
    Made by Christopher Busta-Peck
    Westminster's carriage gates, completed in 1815, were among the nation's first examples of Egyptian Revival architecture. Commissioned by the First Presbyterian Church, the gates were designed by Maximilian Godefroy (1765-ca.1840), a French architect who spent 15 productive years in Baltimore. Godefroy's gates signaled the growing sophistication of this formerly austere Presbyterian burying ground (est. 1786), and anticipated shift toward a more romantic view of death and mourning. The new entrance also created a prominent east-west corridor (now obscured by the church) that was soon lined with stylish burial vaults - several designed by Godefroy himself. Maximilian Godefroy's other surviving local work includes St. Mary's Chapel, First Unitarian Church, and the Battle Monument. [illustration] Death and Eternity Godefroy's skillful combination of Egyptian and classical symbols imparted a very direct and enduring message: while we mourn the brevity of life, we should also celebrate the eternity of the spirit. The wrought iron gates feature a Greek key border and three lachrymal urns (symbols of grief) while the sandstone piers are unmistakably Egyptian. The obelisks (monuments to the dead) contain carved relief of winged hour glasses (time's swift flight), all topped by cavetto cornices. The brick wall running along Greene Street was built at the same time as the gates. Entrance to Westminster Cemetery Green [sic] Street by Edward J. Wunder From Maryland Institute... Announcement Schools of Art and Design 1914-1915 First & Franklin Street Presbyterian Church Archives.

    The McDonoghs of Baltimore
    Made by Christopher Busta-Peck
    Baltimoreans associated the name McDonogh with a well-known private school founded in 1873. Buried here are the parents of the school's founder, Irish natives John (1734-1809) and Elizabeth McDonogh (1747-1808). John McDonogh, a brickmaker, took part in two events that shaped early American history: the French-Indian War (1754-1763) and American Revolution (1775-1783). Serving under George Washington in 1755, John witnessed the disastrous defeat of British General Edward Braddock near Fort Duquesne. In 1777, he fought at the Battle of Brandywine as part of Cox's Company of Baltimore soldiers. John later served with David Poe, Edgar A. Poe's grandfather, in another Baltimore company. At his death in 1809, a Baltimore newspaper called John McDonogh a patriotic veteran. John and Elizabeth's son, John, the school founder, was born on December 29, 1779 during the war's coldest winter. He died in New Orleans in 1850, but was reburied in Baltimore's Greenmount Cemetery in 1860. McDonogh's remains were later moved to the campus of the school that bears his name.



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     1. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 15 Nov 1723 Wrightsville, Bucks, Pa
     2. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1736 <Londongrove, Chester, Pa>
     3. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1750 Of, Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
     4. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1729 Of Kennett Twp., Chester, Pennsylvania
     5. John Casper SMITH - Ancestral File
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    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 12 Dec 1726 Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
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    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1743 <Paradise, Lanc., Pa>
     8. John SMITH II - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1726 <, Cumberland, New York, Pa>
     9. John Adam SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 29 Sep 1738 City Unk, Berks Co, Pa
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    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1714 Of Plumstead, Bucks Co., Pa
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    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 2 Feb 1715 Bristol Twp, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     12. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 13 Feb 1742 Buckingham, Bucks, Pa
     13. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 2 Jun 1727 Bristol Twp, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     14. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1738 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
     15. John Adam SCHMITT - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1747/1748 Pennsylvania
     16. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1738 <Plumstead, Bucks, Pa>
     17. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1749 <, Bucks, Pa>
     18. John SMITH - Ancestral File
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     19. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1749 <, , Pennsylvania>
     20. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: < 1738 <Windsor, York, Pennsylvania>
     21. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1739 , , Pennsylvania
     22. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: May 1750 <Pennsylvania>
     23. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1718 <Pennsylvania>
     24. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1745 Of, Perry, Pa
     25. John SMITH - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: Abt 1750 Of Guilford Twp, Franklin, Penn
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     International Genealogical Index - North America
     26. JOHN SMITH - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1710 , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
     27. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 1711 , Bucks, Pennsylvania
     28. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 1711 , Bucks, Pennsylvania
     29. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 1712 , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
     30. John SMITH - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 02 FEB 1714 , Bucks, Pennsylvania
     31. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 02 APR 1715 Bristol, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     32. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 02 FEB 1715 Falls Twp, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     33. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 11 MAR 1715 Radnor, Chester, Pennsylvania
     34. JOHN SMITH - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 02 APR 1715 Bristol Twp, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     35. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1715 Birmingham Twp, Chester, Pennsylvania
     36. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 02 FEB 1715 Falls Twp, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     37. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 11 MAR 1715 Radnor, Chester, Pennsylvania
     38. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 06 AUG 1717 Charles Parish, , York, Pennsylvania
     39. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1719 Of, , , Pennsylvania
     40. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 1720 Plumstead Twp, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     41. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 1720 Plumstead Twp, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     42. John Or Saquies-hat-tah Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1720 Of, Manor Twp, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
     43. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: < 1720> Va Or, , , Pennsylvania
     44. JOHN SMITH - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1720 Of, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania
     45. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1721 , Lancaster, Pennsylvania
     46. John <SMITH SELLERS> - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: <Male> Birth: 11 SEP 1721 Of, Darby, Chester, Pennsylvania
     47. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1723 <Westtown, Chester, Pennsylvania>
     48. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 15 NOV 1723 Wrightstown, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     49. John Smith - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 15 NOV 1723 Windy Bush, , Bucks, Pennsylvania
     50. JOHN SMITH - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Male Birth: 15 NOV 1723 Wrightsville, , Bucks, Pennsylvania
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     51. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 2 Apr 1715 BRISTOL, BUCKS, PENNSYLVANIA
     52. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 12 Dec 1726 Makefield,Bucks Co,Pa,USA
     53. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1730 Of, Chester, Pennsylvania
     54. John Adam Schmidt - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1748 Macungie, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania
     55. John Carraway Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1744 Bucks Co.,PA
     56. Johannes Schmidt - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 2 Feb 1750 Berks,Pennsylvania
     57. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1739 Philadelphia,Philadelphia,Pennsylvania
     58. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1711 ,Bucks,Penn
     59. John SMITH - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 12 Dec 1726 Makefield,Bucks,Pennsylvania
     60. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 15 Jan 1723/24 Wrightstown,Bucks Co,Pennsylvania
     61. John SMITH - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1739 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Penn.
     62. John SMITH - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1739 Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Penn.
     63. John Jr Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1730 Pennsylvania
     64. John SMITH - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 14 Apr 1742 Bucks Co., Pennsylvania
     65. John SMITH - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 2 Apr 1715 Cold Spring, Bucks Co., Pennsylvania
     66. John SMITH - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1741 Pennsylvania
     67. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 2 Apr 1715 Bucks County, Pennsylvania
     68. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 12 Dec 1726 Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
     69. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1730 Chester, PA
     70. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1736 ,,Pennsylvania,USA
     71. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1730 Chester County, Pennsylvania
     72. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 2 Apr 1715 Bucks County, Pennsylvania
     73. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1718 Pennsylvania, USA
     74. John SMITH - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1740 PA?
     75. John Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1730 ,,Pennsylvania
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     Web Sites
     76. Garrigill Marriages 1730-1837 - Web Sites
    Garrigill Page U.K. Genealogy Contents Marriages from the Garrigill Registers 1730-1837 This listing is produced from indexes prepared by Bill Rounce (1730-1812) and Carol Yellowley (1813-1837) and entered onto computer by George Bell with the assistance of Sandra
    [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/CUL/Garrigill/MGAR.html]
     77. Untitled - Web Sites
    COPYRIGHT NOTICE ================ Reproduction of the following transcribed records is permitted by the Somerset Archive and Record Service with the proviso that any subsequent copying is free of profit and MUST retain this copyright notice. Anyone wishing to include a copy as part of a
    [http://freespace.virgin.net/paul.mansfield1/brid730.txt]
     78. Untitled - Web Sites
    COPYRIGHT NOTICE ================ Reproduction of the following transcribed records is permitted by the Somerset Archive and Record Service with the proviso that any subsequent copying is free of profit and MUST retain this copyright notice. Anyone wishing to include a copy as part of a
    [http://freespace.virgin.net/paul.mansfield1/enmorbap.txt]
     79. Untitled - Web Sites
    Kosciusko County, Indiana 1840 Census ======================================================================================= > FREE WHITE MALES (AGES) &lt; Pg Ln Last Name First Name MI &lt;5 5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
    [http://searches.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/in/kosciusk/census/inkos840.txt]
     80. Untitled - Web Sites
    K.J.Ridgway Ltd, Whakatane. Index to Funeral Records from 29 July 1928 to August 1953 Incorporating W.Jarrett and W.Jarrett & Son Ltd Surname Forename Folio Date -------------------- ------------------------------ ------ ---------- ADAMS Les John 278 03-09-1936 ADCOCK Louise May 710 18-02-1944
    [http://www.angelfire.com/ar/arrolfamily/Whakatane1.txt]
     81. - Web Sites
    SMITH marriages - Keighley Parish Church 1562-1752 SMITH marriages - Keighley Parish Church 1562-1752 1562 Jun 3 William SMITH Izabell WRIGHT 1565 Jul 2 Jane SMITH Edward HUDSON 1567 Jul 6 Alexander SMITH elizabeth WRIGHT 1567 Aug 4 Hellen SMITH John BEANLANDS 1568 Nov 7 Thomas SMITH Izabell
    [http://members.aol.com/wryorks/smithmk.htm]
     82. Untitled - Web Sites
    K.J.Ridgway Ltd, Whakatane. Index to Funeral Records from Sept. 1953 to 1969 Incorporating W.Jarrett and W.Jarrett & Son Ltd Surname Forename Folio Order Receipt -------------------- ------------------------------ ------ ------ --------- (SKELETON) Unidentified 9 175 1872 ABERNETHY Maurice Stewart
    [http://www.angelfire.com/ar/arrolfamily/Whakatane2.txt]
     83. GENUKI: Foreign Marriages in Peak Forest Chapel, Derbyshire, 1727 - 1754 - Web Sites
    Introduction     Peak Forest Foreign Marriages in Peak Forest Chapel 1727 -- 1754 MARRIAGES FOR 1727. Isaac WATTS & Bridgett CLAYTON, of yS parish, May ye 3d Henry FLETCHER & Elizabeth SLACK of yS parish, July ye 9th Joseph BRIDBURY & Lydia WILSON, August 1st Caleb ALLEN & Gertrude HAVNAND from
    [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/DBY/PeakForest/pftext.html]
     84. Alston Marriages 1701-1783 - Web Sites
    Alston Contents Marriages from the Alston Registers (1701-1783) This listing is produced from an index that was originally prepared by Bill Rounce and entered onto computer by George Bell with the assistance of Sandra (Hope) Bell. This index is one of a number kindly
    [http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/CUL/Alston/MALS1701.html]
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    JOHN SMITH
      Male
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    Event(s):

    Birth:  1715   Of, , Londonderry, Ireland
    Christening:
    Death:  28 JAN 1801
    Burial:
    ________________________________________
    Parents:
      Father:  ROBERT SMITH
    Family

      Mother:  ELIZABETH SMITH
     
     
     
     
     
     

    John Smith
      Male   Family
    ________________________________________Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1724   Strabane, Londonderry, Ireland
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
    ________________________________________
    Marriages:
      Spouse:  Mary Buchanan
    Family

      Marriage:  About 1749   Of, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
     
     

    MARY BUCHANAN
      Female   Family
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  1733
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
    ________________________________________
    Marriages:
      Spouse:  JOHN SMITH
    Family
      Marriage:  1753   <Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania>

    MRS. MARY BUCHANAN
      Female   Family
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):
    Birth:  1737   Of, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    Christening:
    Death:  03 JAN 1815
    Burial:
    Mary Buchanan
      Female
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  1733   Carlisle,Co, , , Pennsylvania
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
     
     
     

    Mary Buchanan
      Female
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):
    Birth:  1733   Carlisle,Co, , , Pennsylvania
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
    ________________________________________
    Parents:
      Father:  Robert Buchanan
    Family
      Mother:  Jane Buchanan
    ________________________________________
    Marriages:
      Spouse:  WILLIAM BUCHANAN
    Family

      Marriage:  About 1759   Of, , Lancaster, Pennsylvania
     
     
     

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    Robert Buchanan
      Male   Family
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):
    Birth:  1697   , Tyrone, Ireland
    Christening:
    Death:  1748
    Burial:     Marsh Creek,Border,Of Adams And, , Cumberland, Pennsylvania
    ________________________________________
    Parents:
      Father:  William Buchanan
    Family
    ________________________________________
    Marriages:
      Spouse:  Mrs. Jane Buchanan
    Family
     

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      Birth/Christening, 1687 - 1707, Ireland
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     1. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Ancestral File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: C.1700 Of, Ramelton, Donegal, Ireland
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     2. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1687 Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     3. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1689 Of, Diocese Of Clogher, Ulster Province, Ireland
     4. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: < 1691> Of, Carnmoney, Antrim, Ireland
     5. William <BUCHANAN> - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: <Male> Birth: 1693 Tyrone, , Tyrone, Ireland
     6. MRS. WILLIAM BUCHANAN - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Birth: About 1696 Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     7. Mrs. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Birth: About 1696 Of, Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     8. Mrs. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Birth: About 1696 Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     9. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1698 , Tyrone, Ireland
     10. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1698 , Tyrone, Ireland
     11. William Alexander Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 1698 , Donegal, Ireland
     12. William Alexander Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 1698 , Donegal, Ireland
     13. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1699 , Tyrone, Ireland
     14. William Alexander Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1699 Of, Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     15. William Alexander Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1699 Of, Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     16. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1699 , Tyrone, Ireland
     17. William <BUCHANAN> - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: <Male> Birth: About 1700 Of, , , Ireland
     18. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1700 Of, , Tyrone, Ireland
     19. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: <Male> Birth: About 1700 , Tyrone, Ireland
     20. William Alexander BUCHANAN - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 1700 Of, Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     21. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1700 , Tyrone, Ireland
     22. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1700 Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     23. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1700 Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     24. William Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1700 Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
     25. William Alexander BUCHANAN - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 1700 Remelton, , Donegal, Ireland
     26. William A Buchanan - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1702 Rathmelton, Donegal, Ireland
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     27. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     28. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     29. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 Of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     30. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Of, Ramelton, Donegal, Ireland
     31. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 Of, Ramelton, Donegal, Ireland
     32. William Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1695 Deroran near Omagh, co. Tyrone, Ireland
     33. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1705 Of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     34. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 Of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     35. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1700 Remelton,Donegal,Ireland
     36. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     37. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     38. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 Of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     39. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 Of,Ramelton,Donegal,Ireland
     40. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: 1700 Remelton, Donegal, Ireland
     41. William Alexander BUCHANAN - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: F Birth/Christening: abt 1705 of, Ramelton, Donegal, Ireland
     42. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     43. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     44. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     45. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     46. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     47. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     48. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     49. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     50. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
     51. William Alexander Buchanan - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1700 Ramelton,Donegal,,Ireland
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    Robert Buchanan
      Male   Family
    _______________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  1680   , , England
     

    Christening:

    Death:  About 1748   , Lancaster, Pennsylvania
     

    Burial:
     
     
     
     
     
     

    William Buchanan
      Male
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1698   , Tyrone, Ireland
     

    Christening:

    Death:  1769   West, Nottingham, Chester, Pennsylvania
     

    Burial:
     
     
     
     

    William Buchanan
      Male   Family
    _______________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1698   , Tyrone, Ireland
     

    Christening:

    Death:  1769   West, Nottingham, Chester, Pennsylvania
     

    Burial:
    ________________________________________
    Marriages:
      Spouse:  Elizabeth
    Family

      Marriage:  About 1730   Middle Octorara, , Chester, Pennsylvania
     
     
     

    William Buchanan
      Male
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1699  , Tyrone, Ireland
     

    Christening:

    Death:

    Burial:
    ________________________________________
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      Father:  William Buchanan
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      Mother:  Mrs. William Buchanan
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    1  William Buchanan
    Birth:  About 1699
     , Tyrone, Ireland
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    William Buchanan
      Male   Family
    _______________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1687   Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     

    Christening:

    Death:

    Burial:
    _______________________________________
    Marriages:
      Spouse:  Mrs Mary Buchanan
    Family

      Marriage:  About 1712   Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland

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    William Buchanan
      Male   Family
    ________________________________________
    Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1689   Of, Diocese Of Clogher, Ulster Province, Ireland
     

    Christening:

    Death:

    Burial:
    ________________________________________
    Marriages:
      Spouse:  Barbara Low
    Family

      Marriage:  1714   Diocese Of Clogher, Ulster Province, Ireland
     
     

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      Birth/Christening, 1755 - 1765, Maryland, United States
    Father: John Smith, Mother: Mary Buchanan
    Spouse: George Nicholas
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     International Genealogical Index - North America
     1. MARY SMITH - International Genealogical Index / NA
    Gender: Female Birth: About 1760 Of, , , Maryland
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    ________________________________________
     Web Sites
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    Index to Yankton Co., SD Centennial Book (1961) This file is an name index to "Yankton County in Dakota Territory Centennial Year 1861 - 1961". The names were extracted by Joy R. Fisher. This file may be freely copied for non-profit purposes. Copyright, 1996, Joy R. Fisher all other rights
    [http://searches.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/sd/yankton/yankton-centennial.txt]
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    - HATFIELD FAMILY HISTORY INTRODUCTION - Sheltering Arms WELCOME If you are new to this web site I suggest that you explore it completely to get a feel for what is available. This site is separated into seven major areas: THE MASTER NAME INDEX contains a list of names and dates for
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    LookupUK.com - Scotland Genealogy Message Board Scotland Genealogy Message Board If you are also seeking someone in Scotland Genealogy, we welcome you to contribute to our message board! CLICK HERE to make your entry on this page! Note: If you have just posted a message, please click
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     5. Slaters Commercial Directory Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 1858/9 - Web Sites
    Cheltenham   Contents   Gloucestershire Towns & Parishes CHELTENHAM, With the Parishes and Villages of Prestbury, Charlton Kings, Swindon, Shurbington, Uckington, Bishops Cleeve, Boddington, Badgeworth, Dowdeswell, Staverton, and Neighbourhoods From Slaters Commercial Directory, 1858-1859.
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    Early Marriage Bonds of Ohio copied by the Daughters of the American Revolution Compiled under direction of Mrs. Rufus W. Russell, Mrs. Peter J. Blosser, Mrs. Asa Clay Messenger R929.3 Oh3 V.2 C.1 Ashland County Ashland County Marriage Records - Husband, Wife, Marriage date (sorted by husband)
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      Marriage, 1680 - 1720, Ireland
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     International Genealogical Index - British Isles
     1. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: < 1682> <Millrow Presb H, Antrim, Antrim, Ireland>
     2. Mrs. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Marriage: < 1682> <Millrow Presb H, Antrim, Antrim, Ireland>
     3. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 14 OCT 1683 Of Dublin, , Leinster Province, Ireland
     4. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 14 OCT 1683 , Dublin, Ireland
     5. ROBERT SMITH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 17 OCT 1683 Saint Catherine, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
     6. Robert Smyth - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 13 MAY 1685 Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
     7. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: <Male> Marriage: 14 MAY 1694 Dublin, , Leinster Province, Ireland
     8. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 14 MAY 1694 Of Dublin, , Leinster Province, Ireland
     9. ROBERT SMITH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 14 MAY 1694 Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
     10. ROBERT SMITH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 1697 Cork, Cork, Ireland
     11. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: About 1701 Drumachose, Londonderry, Ireland
     12. ROBERT SMITH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 07 APR 1701 Donaghcloney, Down, Ireland
     13. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: About 1703 St Colomb, Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     14. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 1705 Of, , Londonderry, Ireland
     15. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: About 1707 Carnmoney Presbyterian Church, , Antrim, Ireland
     16. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: About 1712 Killeen, , Laoighis, Ireland
     17. Mrs. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Marriage: About 1712 Killeen, , Laoighis, Ireland
     18. ROBERT SMITH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: About 1714 Of, , Londonderry, Ireland
     19. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: About 1715 Of, , Londonderry, Ireland
     20. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: About 1715 Of, , Londonderry, Ireland
     21. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 08 JUL 1717 Delvin, Westmeath, Ireland
     22. Robert SMYTH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 18 OCT 1718 <Fintona, Tyrone, Ireland>
     23. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 1718 Of, Moneymore, Londonderry, Ireland
     24. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 05 NOV 1719 St Michan'S, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
     25. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Marriage: 1720 Mountmellick, Laoighis, Ireland
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     26. Robert Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Marriage: abt 1718 of, Moneymore, Londonderry, Ireland
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     27. Untitled - Web Sites
    File: 1820YORK.TXT Uploaded AOL: Dec. 17, 1995 By: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Internet: prsjr@aol.com FOURTH CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1820 SOUTH CAROLINA - 1820 Page INDEX By County, By Page Number Start NARS# FHC# COUNTY/DIST. TOWNSHIP/PARISH Page ----------- -------- ---------------
    [http://searches.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/sc/york/census/1820york.txt]
     28. - Web Sites
    SMITH marriages - Keighley Parish Church 1562-1752 SMITH marriages - Keighley Parish Church 1562-1752 1562 Jun 3 William SMITH Izabell WRIGHT 1565 Jul 2 Jane SMITH Edward HUDSON 1567 Jul 6 Alexander SMITH elizabeth WRIGHT 1567 Aug 4 Hellen SMITH John BEANLANDS 1568 Nov 7 Thomas SMITH Izabell
    [http://members.aol.com/wryorks/smithmk.htm]
     29. Untitled - Web Sites
    K.J.Ridgway Ltd, Whakatane. Index to Funeral Records from Sept. 1953 to 1969 Incorporating W.Jarrett and W.Jarrett & Son Ltd Surname Forename Folio Order Receipt -------------------- ------------------------------ ------ ------ --------- (SKELETON) Unidentified 9 175 1872 ABERNETHY Maurice Stewart
    [http://www.angelfire.com/ar/arrolfamily/Whakatane2.txt]
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     31. Slaters Commercial Directory Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 1858/9 - Web Sites
    Cheltenham   Contents   Gloucestershire Towns & Parishes CHELTENHAM, With the Parishes and Villages of Prestbury, Charlton Kings, Swindon, Shurbington, Uckington, Bishops Cleeve, Boddington, Badgeworth, Dowdeswell, Staverton, and Neighbourhoods From Slaters Commercial Directory, 1858-1859.

    ROBERT SMITH
      Male   Family
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    Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1689
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
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    Parents:
      Father:  JAMES SMITH
    Family
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    Marriages:
      Spouse:  ELIZABETH SMITH  b. about 1683
    Family

      Marriage:  About 1714   Of, , Londonderry, Ireland
     
     
     
     

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    Robert Smith
      Male   Family
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    Event(s):

    Birth:  About 1690   Of, Lagan, Donegal, Ireland
    Christening:
    Death:
    Burial:
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    Marriages:
      Spouse:  Jane Cochran
    Family

      Marriage:  About 1715   Of, , Londonderry, Ireland
     
     
     
     
     
     

    You searched for:  Robert Smith  [refine search]

      Birth/Christening, 1675 - 1695, Ireland
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      Matches: All Sources - 27
     International Genealogical Index - British Isles
     1. Mrs Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Birth: About 1675 Cabinshela, , Dublin, Ireland
     2. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1675 Drumachose, Londonderry, Ireland
     3. Mrs Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Birth: About 1675 Cabinshela, , Dublin, Ireland
     4. Robert Smyth - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1676 Of Dublin, , Leinster Province, Ireland
     5. Robert Smyth - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1676 Dublin, , Leinster Province, Ireland
     6. Robert Smyth - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1676 Of Dublin, , Leinster Province, Ireland
     7. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 1677 Abandheboa, , Dublin, Ireland
     8. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1677 St Colomb, Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     9. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1677 Of Cabansheeler, , Dublin, Ireland
     10. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: <Male> Birth: About 1677 Of Cabansheeler, , , Ireland
     11. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 1677 , Tyrone, Ireland
     12. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 05 SEP 1678 , Monaghan, Ireland
     13. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 05 SEP 1678 , Monaghan, Ireland
     14. Mrs. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Birth: 1679 Cabansheebea, , Dublin, Ireland
     15. Mrs. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: <Female> Birth: About 1679 Cabansheeler, Cabinteely, Dublin, Ireland
     16. Mrs. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Female Birth: 1679 Cabansheabea, , Dublin, Ireland
     17. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1680 Edenticullo, Down, Ireland
     18. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: 1681 , Londonderry, Ireland
     19. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: < 1682> Of, Carnmoney, Antrim, Ireland
     20. ROBERT SMITH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Christening: 14 OCT 1686 Derry Cathedral, Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     21. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Christening: 14 OCT 1686 Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     22. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Christening: 14 OCT 1686 Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     23. Robert <SMITH> - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: <Male> Christening: 14 OCT 1686 Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
     24. ROBERT SMITH - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Christening: 19 JUN 1687 Clones, Monaghan, Ireland
     25. Robert Smith - International Genealogical Index / BI
    Gender: Male Birth: About 1687 Killeen, , Laoighis, Ireland
     Matches: International Genealogical Index/British Isles - over 25
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     Pedigree Resource File
     26. Robert Smith - Pedigree Resource File
    Gender: M Birth/Christening: abt 1695 of, Moneymore, Londonderry, Ireland
     Matches: Pedigree Resource File - 1
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     Web Sites
     27. - Web Sites
    SMITH marriages - Keighley Parish Church 1562-1752 SMITH marriages - Keighley Parish Church 1562-1752 1562 Jun 3 William SMITH Izabell WRIGHT 1565 Jul 2 Jane SMITH Edward HUDSON 1567 Jul 6 Alexander SMITH elizabeth WRIGHT 1567 Aug 4 Hellen SMITH John BEANLANDS 1568 Nov 7 Thomas SMITH Izabell
     

    ROBERT SMITH
      Male
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    Event(s):
    Birth:
    Christening:  14 OCT 1686   Derry Cathedral, Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
    Death:
    Burial:
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    Parents:
      Father:  ROBERT SMITH
    Family

      Mother:  MARY