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Decendants of Edward Smith, Rappahannock Co., Va - OH

Updated June 4, 2001

Karla Orr
11112 Pleasant Valley Rd.
Frazeysburg, OH 43822
A-United States
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The Smiths in my family tree were born in Virginia, Faquier and Rappahannock Counties. The family of Neverson Smith moved to Fallsbury Twp. in Licking County, Ohio in the late 1860's. Many of his decendants remain in Ohio.

Other surnames that I'm also researching are
Desendants of George Holmes & Bodles of Culpepper Co., Va;
Decendants of Henry B. & Sibyl (Ellis) Babcock
Decendants of William & Rachel (Flaharty)Moran
Decendants of Perry & Merriah Ashcraft.
Decendants of Christian Varner

Any information that you are willing to share would be appreciated, I'm willing to exchange my information with others .

My Family History

 

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  • Decendants of Jacobus Van Winkle, 1748 (215 KB)
    The majority of this file was given to me by other sources. It starts with the decendants of Jacobus and Dorothy (Dolly) Thomas, continues through their son Moses Van Winkle who married Martha Earl, then thru their daughter Susannah Van Winkle who married Charles Haskel Babcock. If you find any errors, or have additions or corrections please notify me.
  • Desendants of Edward Smith (23 KB)
    This family tree begins with Edward Smith who very little is known about, continues to his son Benjamin Smith who married Elizabeth Nevison Aug. 29,1810 in Fraquier Virginia. Then with their son, Neverson who married Mary A. Saffle. They lived in Rappahannock County, Virgina before moving to Fallsbury twp., Licking County, Ohio sometime before 1870. Their last residence was Mechanic St. in Martinsburg, OH. My line picks up though their son, Isaac Newton Smith who married (1869 or 1870) Martha J. Babcock and continues to the present generations.
 

Family Photos

  • MORE mystery folks! (52 KB)
    I would love to know who they are!
  • 2 Mystery Couples (767 KB)
    I have a framed 16 x 20 picture of these people and several small pictures of this same picture. There are also individual pictures of the couple on the right that must have been taken when they were younger. All of these pictures belonged to my Great Grandma, Lorena Mae (Moran) Smith before she passed away in March of 1995. If these people look familiar to you PLEASE contact me I would love to know their names!!!!
  • Collection of Mystery people (661 KB)
    More photos with out names! Let me know if anyone looks familiar!
  • Mystery Woman #1 (229 KB)
    This photo belonged to my G. Grandma Smith also. If anyone recognizes her please contact me.
  • Alexander Smith (23 KB)
    Son of Neverson & Mary Ann Smith. And brother to Isaac Smith.
  • Mystery Woman #2 (162 KB)
    Another mystery - please contact me if she looks familiar.
  • Fannie M. (Smith) Fowler (143 KB)
    Daughter of Neverson & Mary Ann Smith. Sister to Isaac & Alexander Smith.
  • Virgil, Ora (Varner) & Wayne Smith (130 KB)
    This is picture was take before 1905.
  • Charles P. (Jake) Smith (275 KB)
    Charles (b. 1871)was the 2nd child of Isaac & Martha (Babcock) Smith. He married Lillie McQueen.
  • Granville Smith (174 KB)
    Granville (b.1870) was the oldest son of Isaac & Martha (Babcock) Smith. He married Binda Moran
  • Harold Wayne & Lorena Mae (Moran) Smith (271 KB)
    Its estimated that this picture was taken in the early 1980's and was their last photo of them together taken for the Mt. Pleasant Christian Church member directory.
  • More Mystery people! (69 KB)
    These people have to be related the one woman appears in each photo.
  • Ora (Varner) Smith, Virgil Smith, & a mystery man (51 KB)
    Picture of Ora, Virgil and a man that appears in two photo albums across from Ora. WHO IS HE? I don't think it's Virgil?
 

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