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At 9:02pm on November 7, 2010, Lena Rutherford said…
Pasty I am so sorry to have taken so long to get back to you. Pleaseemail me at again i am sorry
Lena Rutherford
At 11:14pm on August 1, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
I have finally figured some more out about my Jacob Smith and he has 2 more sons that I do not have names for. they are with him in the 1810 census. one that is unknown was born between 1800-1810... Maybe your Peter? maybe not. The other son was born between 1795-1800 but also might be between 1800-1810 depending on where Abraham was counted since he was born in 1800.
At 1:51pm on June 27, 2010, Donna C. Templeton said…
Patsy, I've been very remiss in not checking in on this blog site. All the obivous reasons, I'm sure. However, you had asked me a question that I never I descend from John Lee? First off, I am aware that he fought in the Rev. and that some of his descendants are in the DAR. I have not done so. John Lee's one son, Edward Lee, was my gr-x3 grandfather. Edward's one son, Alexnader Rigdon Lee, was my gr-x2 grandfather and Alexnader's on daughter, Martha Lee, was my great-grandmother. Her one son, Clarence, was my grandfather, who was my mom's father. Whew! hope that answers the question asnd it provides you with the info you were wanting. Please stay in touch. Thanks!
At 11:06pm on April 20, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
Yes if your brother is a Direct Male Descendant of Peter he is the one to do the test.

There are currently

14 Smith Families from Kentucky
6 Smith Families from Ohio
50+ Smith Families from Virginia/West Virginia

that have tested.

So even if your Smiths arent related to mine well be sure to find ones you are related to and be able to direct you in the right path at least.

these are all the families that are a part of the Southern Smiths DNA project
At 9:00pm on April 19, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
Hi this is the Will where Jesse of Cabell County is with two brothers

At 8:58pm on April 19, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…

At 8:53pm on April 19, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
It would be really nice if you now anyone (a direct male descendant) of Peter Smith that is willing to take a DNA test.

theres a couple different Peters in Virginia some from Montgomery County (Botetourt area) North East Montgomery by Franklin County was a Peter Smith

I think that Jacob Smith that Married Elizabeth Harless had either a DAD or a son Named peter or maybe both.

I know that Jacob Smith who married Eva Shilling he had a Dad supposedly named Peter Smith.

I know that it has been suggested and sometimes we wonder about Peter Smith because there is a Peter Smith that lives practically in the same land as my Jacob Smith possible his brother or Father.

also Henry Smith had a son named Peter.

I am a direct male descendant of Peters Brother Jacob Marion Smith I have taken a DNA test.

Also Jacob Marion Smiths son James Buchannan married Cinderella daughter of Peter. (But not your Peter)

I wonder though.

Is your Peter related to my peter?

also your Peter is in the Library of Virginia Land Deeds for Cabell County i think

Also your Peter Smith is in the Lambert Files but I dont know if he talks any about his family or is just in the transcribed portion of the census...
At 10:12pm on April 17, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
oh yeah and Peter is in the 1860 census of cabell county too.

theres a couple family trees out there that dont really have any proof that say his fathers name is John Smith born about 1768

But they doesnt match with the 1840 census for an old man living with him being 60-70 years old


close... depending on who gave the info huh?
At 10:07pm on April 17, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
Do you know of any Living Direct Male Descendants of your Peter Smith? If you do. It would be awesome if they gave a sample of their Y-DNA to Family Tree DNA.
At 9:31pm on April 17, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
yes I have what would you like to know about him?

He is in the 1840 Census of Cabell and the 1850 Census of Cabell he married Asinith in either 1826 or 1826 in Cabell

in the 1840 census he has an old man living with him 60-70 years old

is that the peter you are talking about?
At 9:51pm on April 16, 2010, Tyson Douglas Smith II said…
well I wrote a really long messgae and it just disapeared out of nowhere...

What would you like to know about the Smiths of Cabell/Wayne County Virginia (West Virginia)
At 6:40pm on April 11, 2010, Jim Avery said…
See what?
At 9:19am on April 5, 2010, Ashley Mullins said…
Hi Patsy... I am wondering if it is Paris Baisden and Rachel Brumfield that you have in your line... and if so, what kind of info you have on the two of them!?!? If you could let me know, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks!
At 8:09pm on March 21, 2010, Leah said…
Hi Patsy,
Thank you so much for your offer to help! For my female Patriot, I have her obituary which mentions her service, would that be enough proof of service for her? Her service is mentioned in other articles and biographies but the obituary is the most "official" proof I can find. Someone told me that DAR was planning a book on female Patriots and that she might be in it, though I don't really know who to contact to ask about that ( For Moses, I have service records but am having a heck of a time tying them to his family (he didn't file a pension). He also signed a paper in support of the American cause so I could also try and go down that route with him... Anyway, thanks again for any help you can give, I appreciate it.
At 9:09am on February 17, 2010, Helen Curtis said…
My family mostly is from Braxton, Clay, and Nicholas Counties, WV
At 11:54pm on January 16, 2010, Kathleen Mae Ketterer Sterner said…
Can you give me any dates on these people and where in York Co they may have lived? Also any siblings would be helpful
At 2:24pm on December 30, 2009, Kathryn Brannigan Walizer said…
At 2:18pm on December 30, 2009, Kathryn Brannigan Walizer said…
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At 10:40pm on December 21, 2009, Rosemary Taylor said…
Merry Christmas
At 7:52pm on December 20, 2009, Dianne Welch said…
On George's death certificate where it has where were parents born it says unknown. I still can't find who his father is to connect him to Isaac. I know it has to be somewhere. I just don't have the experience to know where to look. I tried the DAR site. I was lost on that. Dianne




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