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Posted: 3 Mar 2012 3:24AM GMT
I am researching James H. Lewis for Plainview, Hale County Texas. His living there according to the 1930 census. His wife is Meline and children. There is a 70 year old lady living with them whose name is Freddie Smith. She was born in Alabama and lived in MS with James' parents until 1930 where I find with James' family. Her father was Henry H. Smith and Mattie G. Smith of Alabama. Her father was a preacher. Her brothers were Henry H. Smith and Guthrie Smith. Guthrie is living in New Mexico in 1930 as a newspaper editor and went on to hold an office for the state of New Mexico. I beleive this may be my family as my grandfather was Henry Homer Smith who died in Texas in 1920 of T. B. Any info on Freddie and what can be found out about her family will be greatly appreciated.
Posted: 6 Apr 2012 11:43PM GMT
Lewis, Smith, Ledbetter, Terrell, Powell
I think you need to tell us who Henry Homer Smith married and his children's names, appx birthdates and where to simplify things. I can not tell from any of your queries that you have provided that information and where in Texas did Henry Homer Smith die in 1920 ?
Name: Guthrie Smith
County: Santa Fe, DeVargas Hotel, Santa Fe, Santa Fe Co
State: New Mexico
Birth Date: 12 Apr 1877
Race: White tall slender gray eyes brown hair
FHL Roll Number: 1711808
DraftBoard: 0 WW I 12 Sept 1918, occupation city? manager, executive secretary for New Mexico council of defense, Capitol Bldg, Santa Fe, Dr. Harry H Smith, brother, nearest relative his location unknown.
Name: Freddie A Smith
Death Date: 24 Dec 1942
Death Place: 500 S Sam Houston, Odessa, Ector, Texas lived there 1 yr 6 mos
Death Age: 83 years 7 months 14 days
Estimated Birth Date:
Birth Date: 10 May 1859
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: House Keeper
Place of Residence: Odessa, Ector, Texas
Burial Place: Odessa, Texas
Burial Date: 26 Dec 1942
Additional Relatives: X
Film Number: 2137186
Digital Film Number: 4136001
Image Number: 2305
Reference Number: 53515
"Texas Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch
Mrs. D L Bullard informant
1900 - 1920 Lowndes Co Mississippi
Nathaniel Carr born Nov 1853 MS married 20 yrs
Lula M TERRELL Carr born May 1861 MS bore 4 children 3 living died before 1910 census
Fredrick/Fred/Freddie Terrell Carr 23 Jan 1885 MS named after Lula's brother Fredrick Terrell
Mattie S Carr Oct 1889 MS
Lula Bailey/Bailey Lula Carr Apr 1895 MS dtr
Martha "Mattie" G LEDBETTER TERRELL SMITH May 1843 MS widowed mother in law bore 5 children 4 living (Wm Terrell b. 1860 died before 1870, Lula M Terrell, Fredrick Terrell listed as male in 1870 census, Guthrie Smith, Harry Homer Smith)parents born NC - listed in 1910 household as Martha G Smith age 71 born MS parents born NC - listed in 1920 household as Mattie G Smith age 81 born MS had 3 living children in 1910.
Harry H Smith Sept 1878 MS bro in law at school gone by 1910
James Henry "Jim" Lewis born Stamper, MS 11 Aug 1887 was 22 when he married son of Wm Madison Lewis and Mary Anna Powell who married about 1880 both born in MS Nov 1852 and Mar 1859. James Henry registered WW I draft Jones Co MS lived at 424 Pine, Laurel MS was a baker had wife and 4 children. Jim Henry Lewis died in University Hosp in Lubbock 04 Feb 1973 was residing at 107 E Monroe in Levelland, Hockley Co
Merlene Ethel BEARD Lewis born MS 09 Feb 1895 was 14 when she married died Oct 1974 Levelland, Hockley Co TX dtr of Dan T Beard and Alice Arledge resident of Levelland 22 yrs widow
Daniel T abt 1912 MS
Alice M Lewis BOUDREAUX abt 1916 MS was informant on mother's death certificate.
William M abt 1917 MS
Madison E Lewis age 59 listed as divorced brother born Texas
Freddie Smith born Alabama lodger
lived in Selma, Dallas Co AL in 1880
Henry H Smith born NC abt 1847? father SC mother NC ? minister
Mattie G born MS abt 1845? parents NC
Freddie Smith born MS or AL abt 1859 - 1863
Guthrie Smith born AL abt 1877
Henry H Smith b. MS Sept 1878 - HARRY HOMER SMITH
Mattie was actually born around 1839 and I suspect Henry H Smith was much older that the stated age of 33 in 1880.
Name: N.S. Carr
1880 Residence: Beat 4, Lowndes, Mississippi
Birthplace: Mississippi, United States
Relationship to Head: Son
Father's Name: J.F. Carr
Father's Birthplace: North Carolina, United States
Mother's Name: Lina Carr
Mother's Birthplace: North Carolina, United States
Race or Color (Expanded): White
Ethnicity (Standardized): American
Martial Status: Married
Age (Expanded): 27 years
NARA Film Number: T9-0655
Page Character: A
Entry Number: 4600
Film number: 1254655
Household Gender Age
Parent J.F. Carr M 74
Parent Lina Carr F 70
N.S. Carr M 27
Lula TERRELL Carr F 19 born MS 1861 dtr in law
Jonnie Horgan M 16
Emily Young F 40
A.R. Liston M 20
Rosa Druver F 24
Name: N. S. Carr
Spouse: Mrs. L. M. Terrell - I think this should be Miss Lula M Terrell not Mrs.
Marriage Date: 22 Oct 1879
County: Lowndes MS
Name: H. H. Smith
Spouse: Mattie Terrell
Marriage Date: 30 Sep 1875
Name: H. H. Smith
Spouse: Mattie G. [Mrs] Terrell
Marriage Date: 7 Oct 1875
Name: James F. Terrell
Spouse: Martha G. Ledbetter
Marriage Date: 8 Feb 1859
1850 Lowndes Co MS
John M Ledbetter 1802 NC
Eliza Ledbetter 1810 NC
Alexander H Ledbetter 1834 NC
Martha Ledbetter 1839 MS
Laura Ledbetter 1841 MS
Sarah Ledbetter 1843 MS
Emely Ledbetter 1845 MS
John Ledbetter 1847 MS
Letitia Ledbetter 1848 MS
Guy Ledbetter 1777 NC
Celine Ledbetter 1775 VA
1860 Noxubee MS
Margt Tenell 53 - TERELL b. SC
J F Tenell 27 b. TN
Mattie Tenell 21 b. MS
Wm Tenell 6/12 MS
Ed Tenell 18
Wm Tenell 14
Margt Tenell 11
Richd Tenell 9
Hattie Tenell 4
1870 Noxubee MS
Wm H Terrell 24 MS
Richard S Terrell 18 MS
Hattie A Terrell 15 MS
Martha Terrell 27 MS
Lula Terrell 08 MS
Frederick Terrell 06 MS
So Freddie A Smith was dtr of Henry H Smith and ? Or was she the person listed as Fredrick Terrell, male, and then assumed the name of Smith? Guthrie and Harry Homer Smith were Martha G Ledbetter's sons with Henry H Smith.
Name: Guthrie Smith
Titles & Terms:
Residence: Precincts 9-10 Escatawpa, Deer Park, Washington, Alabama
Birth Date: Apr 1877
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Spouse's Titles & Terms:
Father's Titles & Terms:
Father's Birthplace: North Carolina
Mother's Titles & Terms:
Mother's Birthplace: Mississippi
Race or Color (expanded): White
Head-of-household Name: Guthrie Smith
Marital Status: Single
Posted: 7 Apr 2012 12:31PM GMT
Hi: I do not think this is my Henry Homer Smith's family as Guthrie Smith, newspaper man in Arizona, said his brother's whereabouts was unkown but that he was Dr. Henry H. or Harry H. Smith.
I appreciate your assistance very much.
To answer your question I have put my Henry Homer on many sites with all his information but I will put it forth once again for your info. I do apologize that you couldn't find all his information.
Henry Homer Smith b. September? 10? 1871? in MS?
Married Willie Hester Lock(e) January 10, 1905 in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas.
Had four children:
Wister Allen Smith b. 1905 Chatfield, Navarro County, Texas
Ethel Mae Smith(my mother) b. 1910 Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas
Henry Homer Smith b.1913 Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas
Wilson Bankston Smith b.1918 Sweeny, Brazoria County, Texas
Henry Homer Smith d.?Feb. 11? or March 11? 1920? Bell County, Texas?
He was suppose to have died of Tuberculosis.
In 1922 the youngest three children were placed in the Coriscana Orphange and this is the info on the application, although I am concerned that the person giving the info may not have been in a stable state of mind.
Posted: 7 Apr 2012 12:59PM GMT
That's your Henry Homer Smith! We discussed this family under "Cardinal Manning Smith" in Dallas County.
Posted: 7 Apr 2012 2:18PM GMT
Smith, Ray, Tate
Hi: You will have to remind me what we discussed. I have talked to so many people. I don't think this is my Henry Homer Smith since he was not a doctor; unless of course, I am misunderstaning you HL2604.
I lately have been researching an 1880 census of Monroe County MS that has listed George and Adelaid Smith with sons Henry, Sydney, and Wren. Sydeny lists William Tate as nearest realtive on WW1 Draft Card. There is a marriage license of George W. Smith m. to Adelaid Ray. William Tate marriage license says he married Nancy Ray. I think these two must have been sisters since Sydney lists William Tate as a relative. I followed Sydney to Greenfield, Arkansas in 1930.
Thank you for all your assistance.
Posted: 7 Apr 2012 2:38PM GMT
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Posted: 7 Apr 2012 6:42PM GMT
I cannot find the message. I apologize. I'll try the search button.
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