2 edition of Ancestors and descendants of Norman Alexander Smyth and Marietta Curry Smyth found in the catalog.
Ancestors and descendants of Norman Alexander Smyth and Marietta Curry Smyth
Norman A. Smyth
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||compiled by Norman A. Smyth and Marietta C. Smyth.|
|Contributions||Smyth, Marietta C. 1913-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S643 1992f|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||93126514|
YOUNG Genealogy. About YOUNGs. Related surnames: DEJONG Willie Alexander Young 17 Apr Springtown, Parker, Texas, United Frances Anne (Young) Jeffers 21 May Letterscanlan, Aughadown, Cork Ireland - 26 Jul managed by Arnold Smyth last edited 23 Apr Matt L. Young s managed by Matt Young 1. Jane Young abt SCOTT Genealogy. About SCOTTs. Related surnames: SCHOTT () Norman Leonard Scott 16 Dec Mahaska, Washington, Kansas, United States - 22 Aug managed by Kay Sands. Reuben Alexander Scott 28 Oct Hackleburg, Marion, Alabama, United States.
CURRY, Jos. – Farmer – Died January 7, at Hants, Nova Scotia aged 60 – Commits suicide by cutting his throat – (JRO 85). CUTLER, Robert Molleson (Hon.) – M.L.C. of N.S. () – Born October 9, at Guysborough, Nova Scotia – Died May 1, at Guysborough, Nova Scotia – He was the son of Thos. Cutler, a loyalist and. vi. SMYTH CRABTREE, b. Octo , Lee Country Virginia; d. August ; m. MAHALA ROBINSON. Notes for SMYTH CRABTREE: Smyth was a blacksmith as was almost all of the Crabtrees in this line. He and his family moved to Oregon i presume in /46 with his brothers. Smyth was shown on the Lee Co. Va. Census for Age
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