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Deborah Smith

Birth:
1658
Baptism:
Death:
28 Mar 1743 Flushing, Queens, NY
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Deborah Smith's Family Relations

Father
Richard Smith
1613 – 7 Mar 1692
Mother
Sarah Hammond
1624 – 1708

Siblings
Elizabeth Smith
1643 – 22 Jan 1713
Samuel Smith
1654 – 2 Apr 1717
Richard Smith
1645 – 1720
Jonathan Smith
1641 – 1718
Job Smith
1647 – 1719
Adam Smith
1649 – 2 Jul 1726
Obadiah Smith
Mar 1651 – 20 Aug 1680
Daniel Smith
1656 – 1721

Spouse
William Lawrence
– 1720
Marriage
June 1, 1680
NY

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Life, Army Record, and Public Services of D. Howard Smith [electronic Resource] - Page 93

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84 D. HOWARD SMITH. were taken to Columbus, Ohio, and much to their surprise and indignation, placed in the Ohio State Prison, with these instructions to the Warden, that these men should be sub- jected to the usual prison discipline. As they entered the prison to be assigned to their respective cells, they were also informed that they were there to stay General Duke thus describes their feelings at the time: When we entered this gloomy, mansion of crime and woe, it was with misery in our hearts, although an affected gayety of manner. We could not escape the conviction, struggle against it as we would, that we were placed there to remain while the war lasted, and most of us believed that the war would outlast the generation. We were told when we went in, that we were there to stay, and there was some- thing in the infernal gloom and the massive strength of the place, which seemed to bid us leave all hope behind/ * At Columbus the prisoners met General Morgan, who, *\vith most of his officers who had surrendered with him, had been sent directly from Cincinnati several days before. The instructions given to the Warden were literally carried out. The next day after their arrival, the prisoners were taken out of their cells, stripped of their clothing, placed in hogsheads of water, and scrubbed by convicts. Then they were placed in …

Annual Register of the Alumnae Association of Smith College, 1908-1909 - Page 126

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118 Sterne Alice Louie b.a. 91 M. A. 96 Co- lumbia (Mrs J. M. Gitterman) 116 C st. N. E. Washington D. C. Stetson Clara b.a. 85 (Mrs A. G. Clark) North Amherst Mass. Stetson Ethel Prescott b.l. 01 (Mrs N. W. Bingham jr.) 235 School st. Somerville Mass. Stetson Jane b.a. 91 (Mrs E. A. Bowen) Lakeville Mass. Stetson Jane Witter b.l. 99 (Mrs D. W. Bea- man) 67 S. 6th st. New Bedford Mass. Stettauer Frances b.l. 01 (Mrs R. C. Schaff- ner) 2026 Prairie ay. Chicago 111. Stevens Ernesta Marion b.a. 03 (Mrs Spencer Carleton) 410 W. 115th st. New York Stevens Mrs Frederick William (Edith de Gueldry Twining 93) 45 Madison av. Morristown N. J. Stevens Grace Mildred b.a. …

A Famous Fox-hunter: Reminiscences of the Late Thomas Assheton Smith, Esq. - Page 91

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SLATE QUARRIES OF DINORWIC. 71 as the traveller gazes up the straits in the direction of Ormes Head, is the pretty town of Beaumaris, and imme- diately above it the extensive woods encircling the noble mansion of Baron Hill. Nature has indeed been bountiful to the inhabitants of this picturesque locality. Here at every turn is abundant scope for the imagination of the painter and the poet in the dark overhanging masses of every shade and colour; whiV the man of business and commerce, as he stands at the door of the Victoria Hotel at Llanberris, hears with interest and admiration the incessant echo of the hammers, and watches the busy movements of the workmen, clinging apparently to the almost perpen- dicular sides of the cliffs. At the port, the excellent arrangements for transporting and shipping the slates do not escape his notice; although he must be rather surprised to see Duchesses and Countesses * so. roughly handled. The following accurate and graphic description of Mr. Smiths quarries has been furnished for this memoir by Mr. Millington, son of the gentleman who has for many years most ably and zealously superintended the works. The Dinorwic slate quarries are situated on a mountain called the * Elidir (one of the Snowdonian range, and con- tiguous to Snowdon), which rises about 2, 000 feet above the level of the sea: they derive their name of Dinorwic, or Dinorwig, from an ancient manor in which they are situated, and lie partly in the parish of Llanberris, and partly in that of Llandemilen, in the …

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About Deborah Smith

Deborah Smith is a member of the Smith Family.

Author Notes

Smith line from a GEDCOM file posted to RootsWeb by Evelyn Beran [evelyn.beran@charter.net].

"Names of Persons for whom Marriage Licenses Were Issued
by the Secretary of the Province of New York Previous to 1784"
E. B. O'Callaghan; Albany, NY, 1860
http://www.fortklock.com/marriageTOC.htm
"1680. June 1. Smith, Deborah, and William Lawrence"
It appears that Deborah Smith married the son (of a first
marriage) of her sister Elizabeth's husband, William Lawrence.

"The Family of Richard Smith of Smithtown, Long Island"
Frederick Kinsman Smith
Smithtown Historical Society, Smithtown, NY, 1967
"Deborah Smith (Richard), born about 1658, d. 28 Mch 1743, in Flushing, L.I.,
m. (lic. 1 Jan) 1680, William Lawrence, eldest son of Captain William Lawrence, of
Flushing, by his first marriage. By deed dated 25 Apr 1684, Richard Smith gave to
William Lawrence 500 acres of land west of the Nissequogue. By her father's will
Deborah Lawrence inherited an equal share with the other children in the undivided
lands of Smith town."

"William Lawrence married twice and had by his first wife three children,
Elizabeth, William and John...The son William married his stepmother's
younger sister, Deborah Smith."

"Records of the Town of Smithtown, Long Island, N.Y."
Transcribed by William S. Pelletreau
Huntington, N.Y.: Long-Islander Print, 1898, 569 pgs.
(Includes wills, deeds and other documentation of the "Bull Smiths"; p483 includes the
"Descendants of Deborah Smith, Daughter of Richard Smith, the Patentee")

"New England Marriages Before 1700"
Clarence A. Torrey, Baltimore, MD, 1985
(as found on NEHGS CD-ROM, Boston, 2001)
"LAWRENCE, William (-1719/20) & Deborah SMITH; 1 Jun 1680; Flushing, LI"