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Andrew Jackson Smith

Debbie Smith Wheeler (View posts)
Posted: 10 Jan 2001 5:12PM GMT
Looking for this Andrew Jackson Smith... He
was my grandfathers father. My grandfather
was Alfred Smith and his mothers name
was Malinda Hatfield... and she later married
an Etheridge... if anyone has an Andrew Jackson Smith in their family tree please contact me..

Andrew Jackson Smith(s)

Brian Lasley (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jan 2001 9:29AM GMT
Debbie,

I have two Andrew Jackson Smiths in my
family tree. The elder was born 10 Nov 1826
in Rockingham Co, NC. He died on 9 May 1902
in Stokes Co, NC. His son Andrew jackson Smith Jr.
was born an 1857 in Stokes Cty, NC. He died 2 on
18 Oct 1927 in Fries, Va. The junior was a
brother to my great-great-grandfather. You
can email me for more information.

Brian

Andrew Jackson Smith

Debbie Smith Wheeler (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jan 2001 11:19AM GMT
I was wondering if you would send me some
information on your Andrew Jackson Smith's..
However, I do know that the one I am looking
for was married at one time to a Malinda Eliabeth Hatfield.. in Missouri... so, if these Andrews relate let me know...

Thanks

AJ Smiths

Brian (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jan 2001 9:39AM GMT
Debbie,

Mine are all maried to NC women...sorry.

Brian

Andrew Jackson Smith

Posted: 18 Jan 2001 5:54AM GMT
Edited: 9 Jul 2001 5:02PM GMT
Does your Andrew have any ties to White County, in southern Illinois, or possibly Posey County in Indiana? He was my ggrandfather, and owned a large farm peach orchard. Any info appreciated!
-- kp

Re: Andrew Jackson Smith(s)

Posted: 8 Jul 2003 12:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SMITH, CAMPBELL, HIX, LABIN, WARREN , HILL, SWIFT
Hello,
Was reading the posts and noticed yours. Do you happen to know if you have a JOHN SMITH either Sr or Jr in your line from the Rockingham area born abt. 1740-1760?
I have an ancestor by that name. his wife was named ELIZABETH. Children were:

John Jr.
William
Drury
Arthur
Simion
Rachel
smithe/Samantha
any assistance wouold be most helpful to me.

Thanks,
Karen

Re: Andrew Jackson Smith(s)

Posted: 8 Jul 2003 12:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SMITH, CAMPBELL, HIX, LABIN, WARREN , HILL, SWIFT
Hello,
Was reading the posts and noticed yours. Do you happen to know if you have a JOHN SMITH either Sr or Jr in your line from the Rockingham area born abt. 1740-1760?
I have an ancestor by that name. his wife was named ELIZABETH. Children were:

John Jr.
William
Drury
Arthur
Simion
Rachel
smithe/Samantha
any assistance wouold be most helpful to me.

Thanks,
Karen

Re: Andrew Jackson Smith(s)

Posted: 8 Jul 2003 12:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SMITH, CAMPBELL, HIX, LABIN, WARREN , HILL, SWIFT
Hello,
Was reading the posts and noticed yours. Do you happen to know if you have a JOHN SMITH either Sr or Jr in your line from the Rockingham area born abt. 1740-1760?
I have an ancestor by that name. his wife was named ELIZABETH. Children were:

John Jr.
William
Drury
Arthur
Simion
Rachel
smithe/Samantha
any assistance wouold be most helpful to me.

Thanks,
Karen

Re: Andrew Jackson Smith

Posted: 12 Jul 2003 9:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Smith
My GGrandfather was Andrew Jackson Smith, born in either Arkansas or Mo. married in 1898 to Lydia Morgan in Randolph county arkansas. sons: Alfred, Henry, Frank,and James Andrew, daus: Lillie, Ora, Ruthie. was married twice. Lydia was second wife. Not sure mother of older children, my Grandfather was James Andrew by Lydia. I have marriage lic. from Randolph co. Ar. stating his father's name as James H. Smith. can't find any more information.

Re: Andrew Jackson Smith

Posted: 9 Jun 2004 1:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: SMITH
Would you please contact me in regards to your Andrew J. Smith? My gr gr grandmother's brother was Andrew J. Smith. My e-mail is: stuart@ortrackm.missouri.org Thank You, Mary
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