SMYTH

"Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of the Garton, Smith & Associated Families, Volume 2", compiled by Judy Parsons Smith © 2003

Petter Smitt, Sr.

Petter Smitt , Sr[i]. [aka Petter Smidt /Schmidt [ii]] b. ca. 1664, Germay[iii]/Delcarlia, Sweden[iv]; d. towards the end of 1717[v] or in the beginning of 1718[vi], another sources states abt. 1720[vii]; m. to Magdalena Hindrichsdotter Huwalt [viii], Probably daughter of Hindrich Huwalt  because she has been referred to as Magdalena Hindrichsdotter Huwalt, b. bet. 1648[ix]-1668; d. 1735, northern Sweden [burial entry says "87 years old" which is obviously impossible. Ten to twenty years younger would be more likely].

"The first time that Petter Schmidt  appears in the records is in 1687 when he applied to the Magistrate of Falun for permission to settle in Falun, become a burgess and carry on his craft as a hatmaker. He had stayed in Falun for some time the previous year "attending customers who entrusted him with their Odrers" His application was granted on the condition that he produced his master's diploma, which he duly did some years later after having presented his specimen to the hatmakers' corporation in Stockholm[x].”

/Commentary by CH; Petter Smidt  had already in 1688 received a rather dubious permission by the hatmaker alderman in Stockholm, Gotfried Hasenschmidt , to carry on a hatmaker's trade at Falun without previously having been accepted as a master. /

“It has not been possible to establish Petter's parentage or birthplace; but on one occasion, indicted for "misdemeanor, he pleaded as an excuse for his scarce knowledge of the Swedish language that he was "of German nation". Petter's wife was Magdalena Hindrichsdotter Huwalt .  Huwalt is not a Swedish family but can be found in northwestern Germany, e.g. in Schleswig. If both of them came from Germany, they were probably m. before their arrival at Falun. Around 1708 Petter bought a property in central Falun to which he moved his workshop. This property was to be passed on within the family for the next two generations.[xi]"

Letter of recommendation for Petter Smidt
Issued by the Mayor and his aldermen of Falun,  
Delivered on May 15, 1690  
{To the Hatmakers' Corporation in Stockholm}[xii].

The major and his aldermen of the Royal mining town of Falun hereby make it known that, whereas the hatmaker Peter Smidt  solicits from us a true testimony of his conduct in this town as well as otherwise of how he has carried on his trade during the time he has resided here, this just attestation is granted him in consequence of this his reasonable request for the further pursuance of his good fortune; that he, Peter Smidt, has not only conducted himself and acted honourably here at Falun, but also manufactured such pieces of work as the town and surrounding mining district have been well content with and thus shown good specimens of his craft, so that we personally should like to see and do wish that he could obtain his master's diploma in order that, thereafter and to the commodity of this town, he, secure from other people's encroachment, may be able to carry on his craft, trusting we herewith that the commendable Hatmakers' Corporation of Stockholm will allow themselves to be recommended by our reasonable desire in this matter. To make this assurance doubly sure we have confirmed this letter with the seal of this town and our signature. Falun, April 29, 1690.

Mayor and Aldermen

(Seal)

Petter Smidt  appeared on the Census records for Falun[xiii], Kopparberg, Sweden beginning yearly from 1700 with 1 man, 1 housewife & 1 son or a total of 3 persons

1717 Census of Falun, Kopparberg, Sweden[xiv]

Petter Smitt , occupation hat maker
Wife
Son
Son
Son
Daughter [xv]
Daughter  
Maid

His widow  Magdalene[xvi] continued the trade, at first together with her three hatmaker sons and later on her own with one or two assistants until 1727 when she gave up the business, to some extent owing to the difficult times and severe competition, but also because her only daughter Magdalena m. that year. Magdalena went to live with her daughter and son-in-law in northern Sweden.

Petter & Magdalena Hindrichsdotter (Huwalt) Smitt  had five (5) children:

1.             Petter Smitt , Jr[xvii].
2.            
Ericus Smitt [xviii].
3.            
Hans Jurgen Smidt , b. abt. 1692 in Delacarlia, Falun, Sweden; d. December 27, 1753 in New Castle Co., DE; m. Maria Stalcop .
4.            
Magdalena/Margarta Smitt , m. 1727 to Johan Marten .  She and her husband lived in northern Sweden.
5.            
Daughter  Smitt [xix]

Hans Jurgen Smidt

3.  Hans Jurgen Smidt [xx], son Petter & Magdalena Hindrichsdotter (Huwalt) Smitt , b. abt. 1692 in Delacarlia, Falun, Sweden[xxi]; d. December 27, 1753 in New Castle Co., DE[xxii]; m. March 03, 1719/20, Fahlun, K, Sweden[xxiii] to Maria Stalcop [xxiv] Vanderveer, daughter of Peter Johansson & Catherina/Katherina Samuelsdotter (Peterson) Stalcop , b. March 15, 1696/97 in Red Clay Creek, Christina Hundred (present-day), DE[xxv]; d. November 19, 1750 in New Castle, DE[xxvi].

When the Rev. Bjork  was called back to Sweden by the king he was accompanied by his wife, Christina, Maria (Stalcop) Vanderveer  and her husband [his wife’s sister].  While they were in Sweden, Maria (Stalcop) Vanderveer’s husband died.  In the intervening period she met and married as her second husband Han Smidt .  Following their marriage, Han & Maria (Stalcop) Smidt  make the return journey to “New Sweden” (present day Delaware).  Arriving back in New Sweden by late 1720[xxvii].  There they raised a family.  Maria is credited by many as being the very first female to have made a round trip across the Atlantic, having first started in North America.

Hans Jurgen & Maria (Stalcop) Smidt  had eight (8) children:

1.                         Peter Smith , b. October 12, 1720 in New Castle Co., DE[xxviii]; d. January 08, 1746/47 in New Castle Co., DE[xxix]; m. abt. 1745 in Old Sweedes Church, Wilmington DE[xxx] to Elizabeth Vanderveer ; b.[xxxi].
2.                        
Johan/John Smith , b. December 28, 1722 in New Castle Co., DE[xxxii]; d. abt. 1753 in New Castle Co., DE[xxxiii]; m. 1744, Old Sweedes Church, Wilmington DE [xxxiv] to Anna Springer .
3.                        
Tobias Smyth , b. March 16, 1724/25 in New Castle, DE; d. November 1781 in Washington Co., VA; m. Mary McDonald  abt. 1748 in Augusta Co., VA.
4.                        
Frederic Smith [xxxv], b. September 19, 1727 in New Castle Co., DE[xxxvi]; d. bef. March 1806 in Montgomery Co., VA[xxxvii]; m. (1) Margaret Paulson  March 02, 1754 in Augusta Co., VA[xxxviii]; b.[xxxix]; m. (2) Margaret Sayers  March 02, 1754; b. 1737 in PA; d. May 1811.
5.                        
Andreas Smith , b. January 14, 1730/31 in New Castle Co., DE[xl] (Source); m. Sarah Gregg August 05, 1755 in Old Sweedes Church, Wilmington DE[xli]; b.[xlii].
6.                        
Ericus Smyth , b. May 31, 1734 in Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., DE[xliii]; d. bef. 1797 in Russell Co., VA[xliv]; m. Brigita Anderson  November 22, 1753 in Old Sweedes Church, Wilmington, DE[xlv].  
7.                        
Jonas Smyth , b. November 21, 1737 in New Castle Co., DE[xlvi]; d. November 16, 1740[xlvii].
8.                        
Maria Smith , b. September 25, 1740 in New Castle Co., DE[xlviii]; d. September 1740 in New Castle Co., DE[xlix].

TOBIAS SMYTH

3.   Tobias Smyth [l], son of Hans Jurgen & Maria (Stalcop) Smidt , b. 16 Mar 1724/25, New Castle, Delaware[li] d. Nov 1781, Washington Co., VA[lii]; m. abt. 1748[liii], probably Augusta Co., VA to Mary McDonald [liv], daughter of Bryan & Catherine (Robinson) McDonald  II , b. 19 Jan 1729/30, New Castle, Delaware; d. aft. 1808, Washington Co., VA[lv].  After Tobias’ death, his wife, Mary (McDonald) Smyth  m 2nd abt. 1794[lvi] to Samuel Scott , Sr.  

Tobias was probably named after his uncle Ericus Tobias Bjork [lvii], who was the beloved pastor of Old Swedes Church and was married to Christina (Stalcop) Bjork , his aunt[lviii].

Baptised March 21, 1725[lix], Sponsors - Johan Marten  (m. to Maria's sister Margarta), Jonas Jonasson Walraven , Philip Wandever 's wife Elizabeth, Annika Petersdatter Caupony  (the daughter of Peter Peterson Caupany  and wife Helena , granddaughter of Samuel and Brita Peterson .

Tobias was a hatter and a surveyor[lx].

·         Earliest record of Tobias in Augusta County Feb 20, 1749[lxi]
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28th February 1749[lxii]. Ephraim Vause to William McCurry  248 acres on South Branch Roanoke. Teste: Nathanial Evins , Adam Breckenridge , Tobias Smith ."
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He was in Augusta County, Virginia by February 1749[lxiii], when he was a witness when Ephraim Vause  sold land on South Branch of Roanoke.
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On November 30, 1751[lxiv], James Montgomery, Joseph Robinson , and Tobias Smyth , were mentioned in regard to the same two tracts, 400 acres and 260 acres, on Possimmon Run in Augusta County, Virginia
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31st January, 1752[lxv]. Valuation of David Cloid's 2 tracts--acres, stock and improvements, ~62; 260 acres, stock and improvements ~75. Both tracts on Pessimon Run. By Joseph Robinson , Tobias Smith "       "Valuation of Improvements. - In January 1752[lxvi] Joseph Robinson and Tobias Smith valued the improvements on David Cloyd 's two tracts of land on Persimmon Run. The stock and improvements on 400 acres amounted to ~62, that on 260 acres, ~75.
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Helped with the extension of the road from Wm. Carvin 's to Charles Milligan 's in 1753[lxvii].  From another source:  On November 24, 1753[lxviii]......(76) road ordered -- Wm. Carravan , overseer--from Charles Millicon s  to Wm. Carravan's, with these workers:  Wm. Ralston  and his sons, Charles Millicon, James, Joseph  and Edward McDonald , Joseph and David Robinson , James Galliad , Archd , Graham , David Miller , Hugh Mills , Richard Kerr , Wm. Miller , Wm. Graham , David and Joshus McCormick , Tobias Smith , Steven Rentfro .    
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November 24, 1753[lxix], The extension of the road from Wm. Carvin 's to Charles Milligan 's at the head of Looney's Mill Creek called in the men of the upper branches of Buffalo Creek. William Ralston and his sons, Charles Milligan, James McDonald , Joseph McDonald , Edward McDonald , Joseph Robinson , David Robinson , James Gatlive , Archibald Graham , David Miller , Daniel McCormick , Joshua McCormick , Tobias Smith , Stephen Rentfroe, and Hugh Mills , Richard Kerr  and William Miller  from Welch's Run. William Graham  contributed to this branch as well as the other. William Carvin, overseer."
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On October 30, 1754[lxx] Tobias Smyth  surveyed 254 acres on a small branch of the Roanoke, joining Mr. Snodgrass  and his own land. He helped extend the road from Wm. Carvin 's to Charles Milligan 's.
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"October 30, 1754[lxxi], Tobias Smith  --Surveys, 254 acres on a small branch of Roanoke joining William Snodgrass  and his own land."
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In 1755[lxxii] he received a grant of 330 acres on a branch of Buffalo Creek, in the George Robinson  settlement, and 44 acres adjoining his own land in Augusta County.
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"1755[lxxiii], Tobias Smith  -- Grant, 330 acres on a branch of Buffalo Creek: Stephen Renfrew --Grant, 44 acres adjoining his own land."
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22d March, 1755[lxxiv]. George Robinson  to Joseph McDonald , ~245 acres, part of 2 tracts belonging to George, on a branch of Buffalo Creek, a branch of Roanoke; Renfroe's lines; Tobias Smith 's line"
·        
He sold the 330 acres to Wm. Preston  for 60 pounds on May 13, 1760[lxxv].
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13th May 1760[lxxvi]. Tobias Smith  to Wm. Preston , 60 pound, 330 acres on waters of Roanoke."       1760 "May 13[lxxvii]. William Preston  purchases from Tobias Smith 330 acres on the waters of the Roanoke, 60. --Au. D. B. 8, 364
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about[lxxviii] William Preston  and Greenfield  "He had already purchased from Rentfroe (1760) two additional tracts, 226 and 144 acres, adjoining the home place of 191 acres, and from Tobias Smith  330 and 254 acres also adjoining on Robinson's Branch. Rentfroe's house place became the Preston home, Greenfield, in 1761, and so it has remained until this day.
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Record of Tobias in Washington County on Nov 25 1777[lxxix]:  A Grand Jury of Inquest for the Body of this County, Viz. Aaron Lewis  Foreman, Andrew Willoughby , Samuel Newell , James Peper , John Vance , Samuel Evans , John Willson , Andrew Cowan , David Gatgood , Tobias Smith , John Loveless , James Willson , Thomas McCullough , Henry Smith , George Finley , David Dryden , William Robinson, Joseph Martin , John Berry  and James Leeper , were sworn and having got their charge went from the Bar to consult of their presentments.
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"First Surveys of Land in Washington County, Virginia" Date Aug 15, 1781[lxxx], Smith, Tobias  (Grantee), 200 acres, North Fork Holston River actual settlement 1772.
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1776[lxxxi] "Land Grants, Bk. 32,710; Tobias Smith , 330 acres on Buffalo Creek of Roanoke."
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"Aug 15, 1781[lxxxii], Smith, Tobias  (Grantee), 200 Acres, North Fork Holston on South Side Walkers Mtn. Actual Settlement 1772"
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At a Court held for Washington County November 21st, 1781[lxxxiii]:  On Motion of Mary Smith  and Jonas Smith  Administration is Granted them on the Estate of Tobias Smith  Deceased giving Bond and Security whereupon they together with James Dysart  and Edward Smith  their Securitys entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the sum of Five hundred pounds Specie for the faithful Administration of Said Decedants Estate.  Ordered that Samuel Robinson , Francis Beaty , James Kincannon  and Andrew Kincannon  or any three of them being first sworn appraise the Estate of  Tobias Smith Deceased and make Return to next court.
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His estate was appraised February 18, 1783[lxxxiv], and settled March 21, 1784[lxxxv].
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At a Court held for Washington County February 18th, 1783[lxxxvi]:  An Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of Tobias Smith  Deceased Exhibited in Court and ordered to be recorded.
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At a Court Continued and held for Washington County April 21st, 1784[lxxxvii]:  Present: John Kinkead , John Lathim , Alex. Barnett , Andrew Cowan , and John Lowrey  Gentlemen.  A Settlement of the Estate Tobias Smith  deceased was Exhibited in Court and ordered to be Recorded. [lxxxviii]

On 19 Dec 1800[lxxxix] Samuel Scott , Sr.  & Mary  his wife sell to John Scott  for 50 pounds 20 1/2 Acres of land located on Cedar Creek branch of the middle Fork of Holston River

Tobias & Mary (McDonald) Smyth  had five (5) children:

1.1.   Jonas Smyth , b. 11 Apr 1750
1.2.  
Catherine Smyth , m. Elisha McNew .
1.3.  
Edward ‘Edmond’ Smyth , b. 1761, VA; m. Hannah Crabtree [xc], daughter of William & Hannah (Whitacar/Whittaker) Crabtree .
1.4.  
Rebecca Smyth , b. 25 Jun 1775; d. 19 Apr 1864, Lee Co., VA; m. Job Crabtree [xci], son of William & Hannah (Whitacar/Whittaker) Crabtree , of Saltville, VA, b. 29 Apr 1765; d. 12 Jan 1828, Shavers Ford, VA.
1.5.  
John Smyth

Edward Smyth [xcii]

3.3.   Edward ‘Edmond’ Smyth , son of Tobias & Mary (McDonald) Smyth , b. 1761, VA; d. 6 Dec 1852[xciii], Owsley Co., KY[xciv]; m. 6 Sept 1787[xcv], by Thomas Woolsey , Washington Co., VA to Hannah Crabtree , daughter of William & Hannah (Whitacar/Whittaker) Crabtree , b. 1767; d. aft 1858, Estell Co., KY.

Edward Smyth  was raised in the counties of Washington and Lee in Virginia.

Revolutionary War Service[xcvi]

Soldier, private

Date

Commanders

Service

Discharge

Spring 1775
6 month term

Capt. James Dysant  
Col. Arthur Campbell

Guard the frontier inhabitants of Washington County against the Indians.

Honorable

Spr/Sum 1776
6 month term

Capt. James Dysant  
Col. Arthur Campbell

Guard the frontier inhabitants of Washington County against the Indians.

Honorable

1777
6 week term

Ensign Andrew Kineanon

Pursuit of Tories in that part of the country bordering on New River

Honorable

1778
2 month term

Capt. James Dysant  
Joined Capt. Martin

Marched to Rockey Station in Powell’s Valley.

Honorable

Fall 1780
4 months

Capt. Andrew Colvill  
Col. William Campbell

Expedition to the South (under Col. William Campbell ) which terminated in the capture of Major Furguson  at King’s Mountain in south Carolina and that he was in that battle after the capture of Furguson he the said Edward and William Snodgrass  were sent by Col. Campbell  to meet that part of the militia who were following on foot and to direct them to halt which service we performed We were then permitted to pass down the Cataba and approach the lines of Cornwallis .  In the service we were ______ being taken by Tarlton ’s horse ____ After surmounting many difficulties we joined the troops under the command of Gen’s Davis an sumpter and they sent us on an express to Col. Campbell whom we came up with at the Moravian towns we remained with him some time and were then permitted to return home

Honorable

From Annals of Southwest Virginia we find Edward Smyth  listed:

·         "At a Court held for Washington County, November 21st, 1781[xcvii]............ On Motion of Mary Smith  and Jones Smith  Administration is Granted them on the Estate of Tobias Smith  Deceased giving Bond and Security whereupon they together with James Dysart  & Edward Smith  their Securitys entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the sum of Five Hundred pounds Specie for the faithful Administration of Said Decedants Estate. Ordered that Samuel Robinson , Francis Beaty , James Kincannon  & Andrew Kincannon  or any three of them being first sworn appraise the Estate of Tobias Smith Deceased and make Return to next Court."
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page 1100 "At a Court held for Washington County Mary 21st, 1782"
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page 1102 "William Markland  against Henry Pirkle  appearance, Edward Smith , Speciel Bail, Same against Alexander Crockett  same, Andrew Davison  Special Bail."
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page 1103 "At a Court held for Washington County June the 18th, 1782"
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page  1104-1105 "David Dryden  Administrator of Nathaniel Dryden  against John McCauley , James McCauley  and Edward Smith  comes into Court and Enters themselves Special Bail"

"First Surveys of Land in Washington County, Virginia"[xcviii]

Mar 9, 1786, Smith, Edmond  (Grantee) 100 Acres Hunters Valley
Aug 21, 1781, Smith, Edmond  (Grantee) 150 Acres Sinking Spring 1773 (Actual Settlement)
Jan 4, 1775 Smith, Edmond  (Grantee) 400 Acres Head Waters Cane Creek & on Sugar Run
Aug 21, 1781, Smith, Edmond  (Grantee) 400 Acres Powells Valley, 1775 (Actual Settlement)
Nov 13, 1782, Smith, Edmond  (Grantee) 150 Acres, Cassell's Run
Aug 21, 1781, Smith, Edmund  (Grantee) 150 Acres, Cassell's Run, 1771 (Actual Settlement)

Edward is mentioned in stepfather Samuel Scott 's will - see Samuel Scott Washington County Will book 3, page 145-147 "save my great coat that I give to my step son Edward Smith "

Marriage Bond

Know all men by these presents that we Edward Smith  and Ezekiel Kelly  of Washington County and State of Virginia are held and firmly found unto the said Commonwealth in the sum of fifty pounds current money payable to the said Commonwealth to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs Executors & administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents.  Yet upon this condition that there be no lawful cause to obstruct the intended marriage between the above bound Edward Smith and Hannah Crabtree  if not then the above obligation to be void else to remain in full force and virtue.Wetuefo our hands and seals this 30th day of August 1787  Signed Edward Smith and Ezekiel Kelley[xcix]

Kentucky 23098[c]

Edward Smith  Washington Co., in the state of VA who was a private of the REG commanded by Col. Campbell  in the Virginia line for 18 months[ci].

Inscribed on the Roll of Virginia at the rate of 60 Dollars - Cents per annum to commence on the 4th day of March 1831[cii].

Certificate of Pension found the _____ day of Ar, 33 and  Raih David Campbell , Abrigdon, VA

Arrears to the 4th of Sept 8                 150

Semi ans allownace ending         34           30

                              $180

                    Revolutionary Claim

                    Act June u 1832

Recorded by Nuth: Rice Clerk

Book 3 Vol 67 Page 32

Virginia

Washington Bounty

On this 27 day of August 1833 personally appeared in open court before the justices of the court of Washington County now ________________- Edward Smyth  at this time a resident of the county of Lee but formerly of this county in the seventy second year of his age who being duly sworn according to law, doth, on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress

___________ June 7, 1832 He states that he entered the service as a volunteer in the spring of the year 1775 under Capt. James Dysant  by order of Col Arthur Campbell who was the Col Commandant of Washington County and was continued in the service to guard the frontier inhabitants of the said county against the Indians for six months and was then discharged by the said Capt. Dysant . In the spring or early part of the summer of 1776 he again volunteered and was placed under the same Captain and served another six months in the same service and was again honorably discharged by the same officer.  In the year 1777 he volunteered and performed a six weeks tour of service under Ensign Andrew Kineanon  in pursuit of Tories in that part of the country bordering on New River and was after the performance of said service honorably discharged.  In 1778 he volunteered under Capt. James Dysant and marched to the Rockey Station in Powells Valley. Then they joined Capt. Martin  and served two months when he was honorably discharged.  In the fall of the year 1780 he again volunteered under Capt. Andrew Colvill  on the expedition under Col. William Campbell  to the South which terminated in the capture of Major Furguson  at King’s Mountain in south Carolina and that he was in that battle after the capture of Furguson he the said Edward and William Snodgrass  were sent by Col. Campbell  to meet that part of the militia who were following on foot and to direct them to halt which service we performed We were then permitted to pass down the Cataba and approach the lines of Cornwallis .  In the service we were ______ being taken by Tarlton ’s horse ____ After surmounting many difficulties we joined the troops under the command of Gen’s Davis an sumpter and they sent us on an express to Col. Campbell whom we came up with at the Moravian towns we remained with him some time and were then permitted to return home and on this tour we faithfully served four months.  The said Edward Smyth  performed other small tours of duty which he will not name. All his discharges were ______ ones.  He hereby declares that he faithfully served the foregoing terms of service making nineteen and one half months.  He hereby relinquishes all claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid. Signed Edward Smith  and the said court do hereby declare there opinion after investigation of the matter and after pulling the interrogation prescribed by the War Department, that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier, and served as states.  And the Court further certifies that it appears therein that Abraham Crabtree  who has given a certificate dated on the 20th of August 1833 is a clergyman resident in the neighborhood of the said Edward Smyth in Lee County, and that he is a credible person.  They also certify that Jonas Smyth  of this county, Col William Snodgrass  of Sullivan County, Tennessee and Jacob Crabtree  and John Fulkerson  of Lee County in this state who have given affidavits in this matter are all credible persons and that their statements are entitled to credit. I, David Campbell , clerk of the court of Washington County do hereby certify that the foregoing contains the proceedings of the said court in the matter of the application of Edward Smyth for a pension. Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal of office this 28th day of August 1833 in the 58th year of the Commonwealth.

6199 Kentucky[ciii]

Hannah Smith  widow of VA Edward Smith  who served in the Revolutionary war as a private inscribed on the Roll at the rate of 60 Dollars 0 Cents per annum, to commence on 6 December 1852 Certificate of Pension issued the 12 day of Janu 1852 and sent to Hon L. 0U. Cox House of Reps Recorded on roll of Pensioners under act January 2, 1848 page 258 vol 3

State of Kentucky

Owsley County

On the 29th day of November 1853 personally appeared before the ________ of the Owsley County Court Hannah Smith  a resident of Owsley County, Kentucky aged 86 years who being first duly sworn according to law doth __________ ____________ make the following declarations in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of Congress passed 2nd February 1848 entitled an act granting half pay and pensions to certain widows, that she is the widow of Edward Smith  who was a private in the war of the revolution.  And a pensioner of the United States that his pension certificate bears date the 6th day of November 1833 and is numbered 23098 recorded in the penison office Booke e page 532 vol 6 + and entitled him to sixty dollars per annum. She further declares that she was married to the said Edward Smith on the 6th day of Sept 1787 in the year Seventeen Hundred and Eighty Seven and that her husband the aforesaid Edward Smith died on the 6th day of December 1852 that she was not married to him prior to his leaving the service but the marriage took place previous to the first of January Seventeen Hundered and Ninety four _____ at the time above stated She further swears that she is now a widow and that she has never before made any application for a peiosnion.

A.  A. Curtis                   Hannah Smith  (Her Mark)

 

Sworn to and subscribed on the day and year above written before Abel Penington , Judge of Oswley County Court.

Widow’s Bounty Land Claim

State of Kentucky

Estill County

On this first day of May 1856, personally appeared before me a Justice of the peace, in and for the County and State aforesaid Hannah Smith  aged 88 years, resident of Estill County, in the State aforesaid, who being duly sworn declares that she is the widow of Edward Smith  deceased, who was a private in the company commanded by Captain William Campbell in the Regiment of _____----____ commanded by Col. Wm. Snodgrass  in the war. Revolutionary War that her said husband Volunteered in Washington County, in the State of Virginia on or about the --- day of --- 18     for the term of --- and was honorably discharged at on or about the day of 18 as will appear by the Muster Rolls of said company.   She further states that she was married to the said Edward Smith 6th day of September 1787 at Washington County on the day of by one Woolsey a Minister of the Gospel and that her name before her said marriage was Hannah Crabtree  that her said husband died at Oswley County on the 6th day of December, 1852 and that she has remained a widow since his death.  She makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the Bounty Land to which she may be entitled under the Act passed 3rd March 1855 never having received Bounty Land or knowing that she is entitled except for the above service, and she believes that no Bounty Land was ever received by her said husband.  She hereby revokes any application for Bounty Land previously made, or that may have been heretofore presented in her name, and she does by these presents constitute and appoint Charles C.

Tucker of Washington D.C. her true and lawful attorney to prosecute the above mentioned claim and to receive for her benefit the Bounty Land Warrant to which she may be entitled.  She also refers to the proof on file in the case of so Edward Smith  who obtained a pension and the proof heretofore filed by her who also obtained a pension for proof of service and marriage

                              Hannah Smith

Sworn to, subscribed, and acknowledged before me the day and year first above written and on the same day personally came before me James Cole  a resident of Estill County, in the State above named and Thomas hall a resident of Estill County in said State to me known as credible witnesses who being duly sworn declare that they are personally acquainted with Hannah Smith  widow of Edward Smith  who has made and subscribed the foregoing declaration: that they were personally acquainted with Edward Smith and his wife during the life-time of the former and know that they lived together as man and wife and to be so reputed, and they believe the  husband of the said Hannah Smith was the identical person who performed the military services mentioned in the above declaration:  that the above named Edward Smith is now dead, and the said Hannah Smith has remained a widow since his death:  And they further swear that they are disinterested

          James Cole

          Thomas Hall

Sworn to and subscribed before me: and I certify that I am not interested in the result of this claim or concerned in its prosecution

Edward & Hannah (Crabtree) Smyth  had twelve (12) children:

·         William Smyth [civ], b. 1790; m. Margaret (Orr) Stafford , widow.
·        
George Smyth [cv], b. 1788-1789; m 1st Elizabeth Pennington ; m 2nd Polly (Orr) Burk , widow.
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Mary ‘Polly’ Smyth [cvi], b. 7 Jun 1793; d. 11 May 1848; m. 29 Jan 1818 to Thomas Pennington , b. 1797.
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John P. Smyth [cvii], b. 23 Apr 1795, Washington Co., VA; m. Jane Ely  [The author descends from this line.]
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James Smyth [cviii], b. 1798; m. Nancy M. Orr .
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Sarah Smyth [cix]
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Jonas Smyth [cx]
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Tobias Smyth [cxi]
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Crabtree Smyth [cxii]
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David Smyth [cxiii]
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Margaret Smyth , b. 1800. [Not listed in Bible Record]
·        
Elizabeth Smyth , b. ca. 1803. [Not listed in Bible Record]


[i] Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family of New Castle County, Delaware & Washington County, Virginia" Pages 1
[ii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family of New Castle County, Delaware & Washington
County, Virginia" Pages 1
[iii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family of New Castle County, Delaware & Washington County, Virginia" Pages 1
[iv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing A Family Biography....by: Halen (James) Bingaman
[v]
Pursuant to information from Ingrid Ulff, received from Larry E. Baker of Indiana.
[vi]
Pursuant to information from Ingrid Ulff, received from Larry E. Baker of Indiana.
[vii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing A Family Biography....by: Halen (James) Bingaman
[viii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing http://www.ericjames.net/html/fam/fam36563.htm
[ix]
Burial entry says "87 years old" – which according to Ingrid Ulff of Uppsala, Sweden is impossible
[x]
Note prepared by Ingrid Ulff of Uppsala, Sweden on Petter Smidt , Sr
[xi]
Note prepared by Ingrid Ulff of Uppsala, Sweden on Petter Smidt , Sr
[xii]
Dr. Nils William Olsson, F.A.S.G. sent Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, F.A.S.C. of Washington, D.C. a copy of a letter of recommendation by the burgermeisters and court of Falun on behalf of the hatter Peter Smidt . The document is dated in Falun on 29 Apr 1690. Dr. Craig sent Dorothy Tuttle a copy of the record on 25 Jun 1997 and Ingrid Ulff translated it.  Received by JPS from Larry E. Baker of Indiana.
[xiii]
(Borgmestare och Radh, Westin 409, fol 113-Uppsala University Library) and  (Kopparbergs Lans Mantalslangder, pg 250, FHL Film 140034)
[xiv]
1717 Census Falun, Kopparberg, Sweden, p. 214
[xv]
Ingrid Ulff wrote that Petter & Magdalena only had one daughter.
[xvi]
Pursuant to information from Ingrid Ulff, received from Larry E. Baker of Indiana.
[xvii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing A Family Biography....by: Halen (James) Bingaman
[xviii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing A Family Biography....by: Halen (James) Bingaman
[xix]
Ingrid Ulff wrote that Petter & Magdalena only had one daughter.
[xx]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman 1143 Creek Woods Circle St. Cloud, FL 34772
[xxi]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman, A Family Biography
[xxii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman 1143 Creek Woods Circle St. Cloud, FL 34772
[xxiii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Robert Brian Stewart stewartr@compuserve.com
[xxiv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman 1143 Creek Woods Circle St. Cloud, FL 34772
[xxv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Robert Brian Stewart stewartr@compuserve.com
[xxvi]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman 1143 Creek Woods Circle St. Cloud, FL 34772
[xxvii]
Maria Stalcop  arrived back to New Sweden (present day Wilmington DE) by late 1720 per VANDERVEER pages.
[xxviii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxix]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxx]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxi]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing  H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxiii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing  H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxiv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing  H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing  http://www.ericjames.net/html/fam/fam36563.htm
[xxxvi]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxvii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxviii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xxxix]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xl]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing  H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xli]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Phyllis Carol ( Rogers ) Brown; 944 Nokomis Ave S Venice FL 34285
[xlii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xliii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Phyllis Carol (Rogers) Brown 944 Nokomis Ave. S. Venice FL 34285
[xliv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman 1143 Creek Woods Circle St. Cloud, FL 34772
[xlv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xlvi]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xlvii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Phyllis Carol ( Rogers ) Brown; 944 Nokomis Ave S Venice FL 34285
[xlviii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[xlix]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing H. Bingaman; 1143 Creek Woods Cir. St. Cloud FL
[l]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Phyllis Carol (Rogers) Brown 944 Nokomis Ave. S. Venice FL 34285
[li]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Phyllis Carol (Rogers) Brown 944 Nokomis Ave. S. Venice FL 34285
[lii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Phyllis Carol (Rogers) Brown 944 Nokomis Ave. S. Venice FL 34285
[liii]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 974
[liv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman 1143 Creek Woods Circle St. Cloud, FL 34772
[lv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing Helen (James) Bingaman 1143 Creek Woods Circle St. Cloud, FL 34772
[lvi]
Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family of New Castle County, Delaware & Washington County, Virginia Page 18
[lvii]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 974
[lviii]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 974
[lix]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 974
[lx]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxi]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 974
[lxii]
"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol III" by Lyman Chalkley Page 280 "Page 503.
[lxiii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxiv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxv]
"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol III" by Lyman Chalkley page 417
[lxvi]
"Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F. B. Kegley pg 175
[lxvii]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 974
[lxviii]
"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia" by Lyman Chalkley Vol I page 61 "
[lxix]
"Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F. B. Kegley pg 103
[lxx]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxxi]
"Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F. B. Kegley pg 105
[lxxii]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxxiii]
"Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F. B. Kegley pg 106
[lxxiv]
"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol III" by Lyman Chalkley Page 334 "Page 41.
[lxxv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxxvi]
"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol III" by Lyman Chalkley page 362 "Page 364.
[lxxvii]
"Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F. B. Kegley pg 1298
[lxxviii]
"Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F. B. Kegley pg 507
[lxxix]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page1091
[lxxx]
""First Surveys of Land in Washington County, Virginia", p 1238
[lxxxi]
"Kegley's Virginia Frontier" by F. B. Kegley pg 107
[lxxxii]
""First Surveys of Land in Washington County, Virginia", p 1245
[lxxxiii]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 1130
[lxxxiv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxxxv]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[lxxxvi]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia Vol II" by Lewis Preston Summers Page 1175
[lxxxvii]
""First Surveys of Land in Washington County, Virginia", p 1238
[lxxxviii]
""First Surveys of Land in Washington County, Virginia", p 1238
[lxxxix]
Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family of New Castle County, Delaware & Washington County, Virginia Page 18; Washington Co., VA, Bk 2 Pg 371
[xc]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[xci]
Larry E. Baker, of Indiana lebaker@ctlnet.com on 1/7/2003 citing notes from Helen James Bingaman here references as follows: Bales, Hattie Byrd Muncy, Compiler. "Early Settlers of Lee County, Virginia."; Bible Records of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth . (1982) KY. Ancestors; Kegley, Frederick B. "Virginia Frontier"; Summers, Lewis Preston. "Annals of Southwest Virginia."; Trimble, David B. "Southwest Virginia Families"; "Smidt/Smith/Smyth Family..." by Tuttle
[xcii]
Information from Larry E Baker Jan 2003 “Stalcop/Smyth Tid-Bits
[xciii]
National Archives , Washington, D.C
[xciv]
National Archives , Washington, D.C
[xcv]
Annals of Southwest Virginia, p. 1269; Affidavit of Hannah Crabtree  Smyth  – widows application for bounty land.
[xcvi]
(Drapers King's Mountain Heroes); National Archives # W 9301 See File; History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786 Washington County 1777 – 1870; Page 863 Listed as soldier in War; "Kentucky Ancestors" Vol. 18 No. 3, January 1983; Annals of Southwest Virginia, p. 1406
[xcvii]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia" page 1091
[xcviii]
"Annals of Southwest Virginia" page 1246
[xcix]
National Archives , Washington, D.C
[c]
National Archives , Washington, D.C
[ci]
National Archives , Washington, D.C
[cii]
National Archives , Washington, D.C
[ciii]
National Archives , Washington, D.C
[civ]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cv]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cvi]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cvii]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cviii]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cix]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cx]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cxi]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cxii]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David.
[cxiii]
Bible of Edward Smyth  and Hannah Crabtree  Smyth , copied by Geneva Smith Pettit, 130 Cardinal Trail, Conroe, TX 77302.  It lists these children, William, George, Mary, John, James, Sarah, Jonas, Tobias, Crabtree, David