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Descendants of Edward Smith




Generation No. 1


1. EDWARD1 SMITH was born Abt. 1720 in Maryland/Virginia, and died 1807 in Carter County, Tennessee1. He married (1) CATHERINE STUMPH 1739 in Culpepper County, Virginia. He married (2) AGNES CATHARINA STONECIPHER, 1 1757 in Culpepper County, Virginia, daughter of JOHANNES STINECIPHER and ELIZABETH SCHUSTER. He married (3) CATHERINE STONECIPHER, 2 1798 in Carter County, Tennessee.

Notes for E
DWARD SMITH:
Note: the placement of Edward's children is undetermined at this time, until their birthdates can all be established. Any information on his children's families, including birthdates, would be greatly appreciated.




Abstract Will of Edward Smith - Carter County, Tennessee

Four sons:

Nicholas, Jacob, William and Daniel     

Beloved wife Catherine
Youngest Daughter Nancy
John Smith (deceased) - son

Daughters:
Catherine Peeveyhouse
Sarah Bowman
Margaret Gabert
Susannah Campbell
Mary Smith
Elizabeth Dunkin
Son - John Smith, deceased.

Son Daniel Smith and Julius Dugger appointed executors.


Tennessee the Volunteer State 1769—1923: Volume 1
WILSON COUNTY
After 1800 immigrants came in constantly increasing numbers. Robin
Shannon, Lee Harrelson, John Ozment, John Spinks, John Rice, and others
settled at Pond Lick. Jacob Vantrease, Thomas B. Reece, John Caplinger,
Edmund Jennings, John Patton, George Hearn, James Edwards, Duncan
Johnson, Daniel Smith, Isaac Grandstaff, Evans Tracy, William Neal,
Shelah Waters, Joseph Barbee, Solomon Bass, John Lawrence, Jordan Bass,
John Green, Wm. Coe, John Phillips, William Haines, Arthur Hawkins,
Benj. Phillips, and John W. Peyton located at Round Lick. Martin Talley,
Wm. Sherrill, Pernell Hearn, James Cannon, John Jones, Benj. Mottley,
Henry Chandler, Adair Harpole and Gregory Johnson on Spring Creek.
Robert Jarmon, Lewis Merritt, David Fields, Jonathan Ozment, Dawson
Hancock, and Seldon Baird on Sinking Creek. Absalom Knight, John Gibson,
Charles Cummings, Henry Mosier, John Merritt, Frank Young, Joseph
Stacey, and Charles Warren on Hurricane Creek. Frank Puckett, William
Lester, John Donnell, Lord Sellers, John Alsup, Aaron Edwards, Sampson
Smith, Jacob Jennings, and William Warren on Fall Creek. Hooker Reeves,
Joseph Weir, Lewis Chambers, Nathan Cartwright, William Wilson, Matthew
Figures on Cedar Creek. Joseph Castleman, Joseph Hamilton, Thomas
Drennon, Benj. Dobson, Aquila Suggs, and Benj. Hooker on Suggs' Creek.
Clement Jennings, James H. Davis, Thomas Davis, Joshua Kelley, Harrison
Hays, Theophilas Bass on Cedar Lick Creek. Geo. L. Smith, Wm. Oakley,
Charles Rich, Reason Byrne, Abner Bone, Jas. McAdoo, Edward Pickett,
John Adams, David Ireland on Smith Ford. Caleb Taylor, Jas. Hunter,
Joseph Kirkpatrick, Daniel Glenn, Sterling Tarpley, and Wm. Saunders on
the Cumberland River.

Secondly, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Catherine, all my
stock of horses, only the three mares above excepted, together with all
my stock of cows, hogs, sheep and bees, with all my household furniture
and farming utensils of every kind, also my wagon and gear, also my
plantation whereon I now live for and during her natural life; also my
negro woman, Agnes, and her child, and their increase for and during her
natural life, and then to go to my youngest daughter, Nancy, and her
heirs forever; and further I do direct that the land at my said wife's
death to descend to my four sons, to-wit: Nicholas, Jacob, William and
Daniel Smith, to be equally divided amongst them and their heirs
forever, they paying fifty pounds, ten shillings, current money into the
hands of my executors within one year after my said wife's death, which
sum of fifty pounds, ten shillings, I direct my said Executors to pay to
my daughters hereafter named and their heirs and the heirs of John Smith
, deceased, in the following manner, that is to say, to my daughter,
Catherine Peeveyhouse, or her heirs, ten pounds; also to my daughter,
Sarah Bowman, or her heirs, ten pounds; also to my daughter, Margaret
Gabert, or her heirs, ten pounds; also to my daughter, Susannah
Campbell, or her heirs, ten pounds; also to the heirs of my daughter,
Mary Smith, the sum of five shillings; also to the heirs of my daughter,
Elizabeth Dunkin, five shillings; also to the heirs of my son, John
Smith, deceased, the sum of ten pounds, which said several sums above
mentioned and to the use of the person above named and their heirs
forever, which is all I do intend for them to have of my estate;
furthermore, it is my will and pleasure that my son, Daniel Smith, and
his heirs, have fifty acres of land or whatever quantity there may be on
that side of Watauga River where the said Daniel now lives, it being
part of the tract which I now live on and that my said wife, Catherine,
is only to have such land in her lifetime as is on the side of the river
which I am now living on, and further it is to be understood that the
land named to be divided amongst my four sons and their heirs is only to
extend to that part of my land which lies on the south side of Watauga
River and the balance of said tract of land which lies on the north
side, I give and devise to my son, Daniel Smith, and his heirs forever.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF EDWARD SMITH
page 310
Furthermore, I do ordain, constitute and appoint my said wife,
Catherine, Executrix, and my son, Daniel Smith, and Julius Dugger,
Esquires, Executors, of this my last will and testament, and do hereby
revoke, disallow, and disannul all and every will by me heretofore made,
and I do declare this to be my only last will and testament.
page 310
In testimony of which I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal
this 11th day of February, one thousand eight hundred and seven.
page 311
[p.311] Signed, sealed and declared in the presence of us.
EDWARD SMITH (Seal).
Matthias Wagoner, Jurat.
John Heaton, Jurat.
Acknowledged before us this 15th of April, one thousand eight hundred
and seven.
Nathaniel Taylor.
Godfrey Carriger.

Notes for C
ATHERINE STUMPH:
Leads for parents of Catherine Stumph:

Book: Michael Stump, Sr. of Virginia, 1709-1768, by Thurman Stump, McClain Printing, Parsons, WV.


Michael Stump, b. 1709, on WFT CD#15, Tree #1528 and WFT CD#11, Tree #2730, w/family information, including daughter Catherine, b. 1741. Michael possibly brother of Catherine, wife of Edward Smith???

Father of Michael Stump: from ancestry.com search

Hans Peter Stumpff, b. 1 JAN 1664/1665, Germany, m. Anna Catharina Rudinger 
 


CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE
ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK NO. III.
page 55
Page (361) James Simpson and Michael Stump, overseers, with Jeremiah
Osburn, Geo. Osburn, Mones Alkier, Heorndkis Corlock, John, Jacob and
Wm. Westfall, Michael Stumph, Henry Harris, Henry Shipler, and Philip
Moore --view and mark and keep in repair, on petition of inhabitants of
the South Branch, a road from their wagon road up the So. Fork to Peter
Reed's Mill.

Pennsylvania German Pioneers:
John Christopher (O) Stumph Nicholas (XX) Reinhart Nicklaus Beringe

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
12
page 110
S. Louie Augusta Evans Lacy.
DAR ID Number: 11284
Born in Ohio.
Wife of Robert J. Lacy.
Descendant of Daniel Stump, of Virginia.
Daughter of Isaac Evans and Matilda Catherine Stump, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonas Stump and Prudence Smalley, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Stump and Mary Stump, his wife.
Daniel Stump enlisted from Winchester during the war.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
25
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
page 106
[p.106] Mrs. Minnie B. Evans Gest.
DAR ID Number: 24294
Born in Greene County, Ohio.
Wife of Joseph G. Gest.
Descendant of Daniel Stump.
Daughter of Isaac Evans and Matilda Catherine Stump, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonas Stump (1805-92) and Prudence Smalley, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Stump and mary Ramey, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Stump and Mary Stump, his wife.
Daniel Stump enlisted from Winchester at the age of eighteen. He was
born in Frederick Co., Va.; died in Warren Co., Ohio.

Ancestry.com search: from: shornbeck@tminet.com

Gedcom Family Entry:
Husband:Hans Peter Stumpf
Wife:Anna Catharina Rudinger
Marriage Date:BEF 1708 Marriage Place:, Germany
Children:Hans Michael Stump


A NATIONAL REGISTER OF THE SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
CHARLES ARTHUR WEIDA, Reading, Pa. (7082). Son of Solomon and Elizabeth
(Haas) Weida; grandson of John and Elizabeth (Kuhns) Weida;
great-grandson of Peter (and Charlotte Stump) Weida, private Penna.
Militia; great2-grandson of Gotlieb Weida; great2-grandson of Leonard
Stump, private Penna. Militia; great3-grandson of Michael Weida, private
Penna. Militia.

Marriages--Virginia to 1800
Virginia
Harrison County
Richards, Magdalena married Stump, Michael on 10 Feb 1786 in Harrison County, Virginia
Dials, Sarah married Stump, Michael on 20 Aug 1788 in Montgomery County, Virginia

HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE
YEAR 1790 RECORDS OF THE STATE ENUMERATIONS: 1782 TO 1785 VIRGINIA
HEADS OF FAMILIES----VIRGINIA, 1782.
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY.
Stump, Michael   8   1   4
     
Children of E
DWARD SMITH and CATHERINE STUMPH are:
2. i.   NICHOLAS2 SMITH, b. Abt. 1739, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia; d. Bet. 1806 - 1830.
3. ii.   WILLIAM SMITH, b. Aft. 1739, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia; d. 1842, Wilson County, Tennessee.
4. iii.   JACOB SMITH, b. Abt. 1740, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia; d. 1823, Roane/Carter County, Tennessee.
  iv.   CATHERINE SMITH, b. Bef. 1755, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia; m. (1) JOHN PEEVEYHOUSE, Bef. 1786; m. (2) GEORGE GABBARD, December 27, 1787, Washington County, Tennessee2,3.
  Notes for CATHERINE SMITH:
Catherine's first marriage to John Peeveyhouse probably makes her a child of Edward Smith and his first wife, Catherine Stumph, although not certain.
     
Children of EDWARD SMITH and AGNES STONECIPHER are:
5. v.   JOHN2 SMITH, b. Bet. 1757 - 1764, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia; d. 1805.
6. vi.   MARY SMITH, b. Bef. 1763; d. Bef. 1807.
7. vii.   SARAH SMITH, b. Bef. 1764, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia; d. WFT Est. 1787-1857.
8. viii.   MARGARET SMITH, b. Bef. 1768; d. 1830, Laurel or Madison County, Kentucky.
9. ix.   SUSANNAH SMITH, b. 1771, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia.
  x.   ELIZABETH SMITH, b. Bef. 1774, Virginia; d. Bef. 1807; m. PATRICK DUNCAN4, Bef. 1792.
  Notes for PATRICK DUNCAN:
Leads on family:

THE HISTORY of PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA
CHAPTER III FIRST SETTLEMENT
In 1747 Thomas Jones, Roger Turner, and David Griffith were on Pigg
River, and Isaac Atkinson, William Owen and Robert Hooker had settled
plantations there. William Atkinson was now operating a mill on Harping
Creek. At the same time Patrick Johnson, Peter Elliott (or Ellet)
Benjamin Ray, Thomas Gill, Thomas Hall and John Miller had cabins on
Magotty Creek, and John, Mark and Stephen Cole and John Hilton were on
Blackwater. Thomas Duncan was living on Staunton River above the mouth
of Blackwater, and Nicholas Scott had a cabin on Turkey Cock Creek. A
little later James Standeford established his home on Blackwater.



10. xi.   DANIEL SMITH, b. February 27, 1778, prob. Culpepper County, Virginia; d. 1841, DeKalb County, Tennessee.
     
Child of EDWARD SMITH and CATHERINE STONECIPHER is:
11. xii.   NANCY2 SMITH, b. Abt. 1798, Carter County, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1840, Johnson County, Tennessee.


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