Hariot Smith

(before 1837 - )
     Hariot Smith married John MacPherson, son of unlinked 19C MacPherson. Hariot Smith was born before 1837 in Banffshire, Scotland.

Child of Hariot Smith and John MacPherson

Helen Smith

     Helen Smith married John Hooper, son of Robert Hooper and Elisabeth Archbald.

Children of Helen Smith and John Hooper

Helen Smith

     Helen Smith married Bernard Handy, son of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins. Helen Smith was listed in the 1911 census in Kirkcaldy, Fife, with Patrick Francis Handy .

Child of Helen Smith and Bernard Handy

Helen Smith

(before April 1854 - 1928)
     Helen Smith was born before April 1854 in Wick, Caithness, Scotland.
     Helen Smith married Peter Handy, son of John Handy and Ann Kenny, on 11 August 1873 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.
     Helen Smith and Peter Handy appeared on the 1881 census in 36 Walton Street, Liff & Benvie, Angus, Scotland. Peter Handy, married 38, born Dundee, Forfar, head, Calender Worker; Helen, 27 born Wick, Wife, Alexina, 7, Dundee, Scholar, John,4, Dundee, son, Joseph,11 months, born Dundee, son.
     Helen died in 1928 in St Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

Children of Helen Smith and Peter Handy

Henrietta Smith

(12 July 1767 - )
     Henrietta Smith was also known as Harriet in records.
     Henrietta Smith married Lt Col William Wade. He was in the 3rd Dragoon regiment and they left no issue. Henrietta Smith was christened on 12 July 1767 in Normanton, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir John Silvester Smith (Bart) and Henrietta Maria Dodsworth.

Henry Smith

     Henry Smith married Mary Caroline Bellamy, daughter of Henry Shuttleworth Bellamy and Emma Bowker, on 14 February 1861 in Oundle RD, Northamptonshire.

Children of Henry Smith and Mary Caroline Bellamy

Henry Smith

     Henry Smith was the son of Unknown Smith and Alice Bowker.
     Henry Smith was mentioned in the will of John Bowker dated 4 August 1556.

Henry James Smith

(1876 - before 16 November 1943)
     Henry James Smith was born in 1876 in Wodonga, Victoria. He was the son of Edward Smith and Mary Ann Weston. Henry was described as a living child of Mary Ann Weston on 14 July 1888.
     Henry died before 16 November 1943 in Tintaldra, Corryong, Victoria. He was buried on 16 November 1943 in Corryong, Victoria. Henry James Smith, aged 67, labourer of Tintaldra, of myocardial failure.

Henry John Smith

     Henry John Smith married Mary Austin, daughter of Thomas Austin and Eliza Hughes.

Child of Henry John Smith and Mary Austin

Irene Muriel Smith

(11 November 1906 - 3 October 1991)
     Irene Muriel Smith was born on 11 November 1906 in Warwick, Queensland.
     Irene Muriel Smith married David Leslie Dunbar, son of John Henry Dunbar and Florence Beatrice Buckenham, on 2 February 1931 in Warwick, Queensland.
     Irene died on 3 October 1991 in Toowoomba, Queensland, aged 84.

Isabella Smith

(4 February 1859 - 8 August 1937)
     Isabella Smith was born on 4 February 1859 in Carisbrook, Victoria. She was the daughter of Israel Allison Smith and Margaret Gordon MacPherson. Isabella Smith was admitted to the hospital, Maryborough, on 12 January 1884 She was described as aged 24, Presbyterian and a hospital cook.
     Isabella Smith married Lachlan Henry Kenrick MacGregor on 30 June 1886 in Victoria Pde, East Melbourne, Victoria. He was a railway worker and she was engaged in domestic duties.
     Isabella died on 8 August 1937 in Esendon, Victoria, aged 78. She was buried on 11 August 1937 in Keilor, Victoria.

Children of Isabella Smith and Lachlan Henry Kenrick MacGregor

Isobel Emma Smith

     Isobel Emma Smith married Alexander Peter Forbes, son of Donald Horn Forbes and Margaret Ann MacPherson, in 1917 in Victoria.

Israel Allison Smith

(circa 1830 - 6 March 1872)
     Israel Allison Smith was born circa 1830 in Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the second son of Mayhew Tupper Smith of Nova Scotia & his wife Mary.
     Israel Allison Smith arrived per "Digby" circa 1852 at Victoria. Maryborough hospital registers show: Smith, Alison. 13 Oct 1866 of Carisbrook, aged 36, married, mariner, arrived by ship “Digby” embarked Liverpool, 14 years in the colony, C/E.
     Israel Allison Smith married Margaret Gordon MacPherson, daughter of Alexander MacPherson and Anne Grant, on 12 September 1855 in Carisbrook, Victoria, Australia.
     Israel Allison Smith arrived per "Golden Empire" on 23 January 1865 at Victoria, Australia, from aged 23 as an unassisted passenger from Britain - this is the only entry but does not fit.
     Israel died on 6 March 1872 in Bucknall St, Carisbrook, Victoria, Australia. His death was reported in the Maryborough Advertiser, Friday, 8 March 1872: Mister Israel Allison Smith of the British American Hotel, Carisbrook died on Wednesday. The deceased has been in a critical position for some time but his sudden death has taken many by surprise. He was buried on 8 March 1872 in Carisbrook. His funeral was reported in the Maryborough Advertiser, Friday, 8 March 1872: On the 6th instant at Carisbrook, Israel Allison Smith, second son of Mayhew Tupper Smith of Pictou, Nova Scotia, British North America, aged 41. The families of the late Israel Allison Smith are invited to follow his remains from his late residence to the place of interment, Carisbrook Cemetery at 3 o'clock this day, Friday. Undertaker: Thomas Casey.

Children of Israel Allison Smith and Margaret Gordon MacPherson

James Smith

     James Smith married Mary Bland, daughter of Luke Bland and Mary Seadon, on 16 December 1797 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

James Smith

(23 February 1823 - )
     James Smith was christened on 23 February 1823 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. Jas Smith l.s. of Wm Smith, Neither Cults by Betty McPherson was bapt 23 Feb 1823 ipo Peter Gordon Foordmouth and , sponsors. He was the son of William Smith and Janet or Elisabeth (Betty) MacPherson.

James Frederick Bertram Smith

(circa 1900 - )
     James Frederick Bertram Smith was born circa 1900.
     James Frederick Bertram Smith married Adeline Colbert, daughter of Joseph Colbert and Agnes Jane Hughes, in 1928 in Victoria.

Jane Smith

     Jane Smith was the daughter of William Smith.

Jane Smith

(1871 - )
     Jane Smith was born in 1871 in Paterson, New South Wales.

Janet Smith

(1 May 1817 - )
     Janet Smith was christened on 1 May 1817 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. 1817 - Janet Smith l.d. of Wm Smith at Cults & Janet McPherson bapt 1 May 1817 ipo Jo McPherson Balnakyle & Elspet Smith Batnafrood, sponsors. She was the daughter of William Smith and Janet or Elisabeth (Betty) MacPherson.

Janet Smith

(1867 - )
     Janet Smith was born in 1867.

Jeremiah Smith

(9 May 1689 - before 9 June 1705)
     Jeremiah Smith was christened on 9 May 1689 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Smith and Priscilla Silvester.
     Jeremiah died before 9 June 1705 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.

John Smith

(say 1890 - )
     John Smith was born say 1890.

Child of John Smith and Etna Colbert

John Smith

(say 1595 - )
     John Smith was born say 1595.
     John Smith married Grace Tebott on 15 October 1620 in Soham, Cambridgeshire.

John Smith

(30 March 1662 - before 1715)
     John Smith was christened on 30 March 1662 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Smith.
     John Smith married Priscilla Silvester, daughter of Thomas Silvester and Eleanor or Ellen Unknown (Silvester), before 1686 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. The registers are deficient.
     John died before 1715 in Yorkshire. He was described as "late of Ecclesfield in his daughter's marriage settlement" in 1714/5. Other documents describe him as "of Newland Park, near Wakefield". Newland was in the parish of Warmfield. A John Smith died at Ecclesfield 29 Dec 1707 and on 2nd March 1699/1700, Nov 7 1700, John Smith of Grenoside and 30 December 1702, John Smith of Potter Hill, John Smith 17 August 1692, John Smith 28 October 1694. He was mentioned in the manor court roll dated 5 February 1714/15, in Epworth, re property at Belton. Manor of Epworth: Surrender by Robert & Richard Poplewell, in the presence of John Poplewell and Robert Moody, to the use of John Silvester Esq. and Henry Caister.
Property: all the copyhold properties of Robert & Richard in Belton, subject to trusts expressed in a deed bearing even date herewith, between Robert & Richard of the first part, John and Henry of the second part, and Elizabeth Smith, daughter of John Smith of Ecclesfield, Yorks., gent. deceased, and niece to John Silvester, of the third part
. He was mentioned in the marriage settlement for Richard Popplewell and Elizabeth Smith dated 5 February 1714/15. Robert Popplewell & Richard Popplewell only son & heir of the said Robert Popplewell of Temple Belwood, gent. & Elizabeth Smith one of the daughters of John Smith late of the parish of Ecclesfield co. York, (re Temple Belwood and land in Belton & Beltoft).

Children of John Smith and Priscilla Silvester

John Smith

(circa 1686? - 26 May 1746)
     John Smith was born circa 1686? In Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Smith and Priscilla Silvester. John Smith was christened on 2 April 1694 in Ecclesfield.
     John Smith was mentioned in the will of John Silvester dated 5 January 1719/20.
     John Smith married Sarah Sculthorpe, daughter of Love or Loue Sculthorpe and Sarah Silvester, on 9 August 1720 in Darton, Yorkshire. She was her husband's cousin, being daughter of Miss Silvester, married to a Mr Sculthorpe ....
     John Smith married Anne Hodgson on 19 December 1726 in East Ardsley, Yorkshire. By this marriage the Smiths became entitled to quarter the Hodgson arms.
     John Smith of Newland was churchwarden of Normanton when rebuilding and alloting the pews of Normanton church in March 1728/9.
     He was an heir of his uncle John Silvester of Birthwaite along with his cousins. He rebuilt Newland in 1745 which he inherited in 1732. Above the door of the stable block were the names John & Anne and the date 1745. The house had a large three story central block of five bays and a long low double stories wing of four bays on each side. In 1780 an inventory recorded that the Hall had 54 rooms, including five principal bedrooms (three with dressing rooms) private rooms for the footmen, housekeeper, maids and men in and in the domestic quarters, servants' hall, kitchen, back kitchen, brewhouse, bakehouse, washhouse, laundry, dairy and larder. In 1917 the house, a ruin and thought to be in danger, was blown up. However the stable block was converted to housing until 1959.
At the 1764 Visitation of the Archbishop it was reported that Ecclesfield was served by Lownd School, erected by the Silvesters and endowed with 8 guineas a year as settled by the heir of the family Mr Smith, in his lifetime, in which are taught 28 children to read. Land End Hospital was built and endowed by the Silvesters and receives 7 poor, to be chosed out of that quarter of the parish which goes by the name of Grenofirth. The allowance at present is £3/7/6 yearly to each poor and an estate in land is settled upon it, under the government of the vicar..
     Papers relating to the administration of various parts of the Smith estate, including estate deed book c1740, counterpart leases concerning the Smith estate 1737-1786, estate rentals 1794-1806, including payments to Kexbrough schoolmaster; 18th century-early 19th century; articles on marriage of R D Haliday and Miss Smith 1754; will and letter concerning Sarah Smith 1803 and 1817; papers as to the affairs of Miss Smith 1807 and 1817; admittance concerning Catherine Smith 1746; will of Eliza Smith, spinster 1822; Smith family bonds 1781-1840 and an account regarding a purchase by the Aire and Calder Navigation; surveys, valuations and sale accounts of the Smith estates 1789-1812; deeds relating to the Burdett estates, with endorsement by John Lee as to their forming no part of the Smith title 17th century; accounts relating to John Smith 1746-1753; leases, surrenders, articles of agreement and promissory note of Sir John S Smith, Baronet 1781-1786 concerning Water Haigh Farm and Fleet Mills; articles of agreement mentioning John Wood and John Smith 1736; papers concerning property belonging to John S Smith in Bath 1745-1785; survey of the estates of John Smith nd; lease, release and bonds concerning John S Smith 1776-1787; papers relating to exchange between John Smyth and John S Smith 1776; will of John S Smith 1776; case as to John Smith's will; petition by John S Smith against the Aire and Calder Navigation Bill 1774; petition of John Smith to the Lord Chancellor; schedule, with accompanying deeds, of writings handed to John Smith 1641-1727; notebook containing notes made by John S Smith on a visit to France in 1754, topics mentioned are the royal family, route taken from Paris to the southern provinces and details of travelling expenses; diary 1752-1753, bank book 1781-1786 and estate papers 1764-1781 of John S Smith; draft surrenders and admittance concerning John Smith 1737 and 1745; acts for vesting estate of John S Smith in Trustees nd; five letters to Sir John Smith and Sir Edward Smith mentioning Normanton, Oulton and dog kennels at Newland 1789-1790; miscellaneous papers and deeds concerning Sir E Smith Baronet, Sir C E Smith and John S Smith 1758-1849; correspondence, some concerning E Smith 1814-1829; admittances and details of holdings of Sir Edward Smith concerning the Manors of Altofts and Warmfield cum Heath 1798-1805.
     John died on 26 May 1746 in Normanton, Yorkshire. The account for his funeral in the Newland Chapel in Normanton church include the following items: Carrying the corpse 2s., milliner 3s., making madis gowns 9s., biscuits 9/4, shroud £1/10/6 and mourning rings £42.
His son's guardians were Dr Christopher Hodgson of Wakefield and Mr John Smyth JP of Heath. He was buried in Normanton. His memorial on the south wall of the Lady Choir of Normanton church reads: In memory of John Smith Esqre of Newland who died the 26 May 1746 in the 60th year of his age. Universally esteemed, an exellent husband, a tender parent and the best of Masters and of Anne, his wife, whose great good nature was happily united to those amiable qualities which characterize the Christian and truly adorn the Woman, the Wife & the Mother. She died April 28th 1750 in the 42 year of her age. Also, of Anne their daughter who died in the 16th year of her age, justly lamented and of Christopher their youngest son who died an infant. This monument of filial piety and fraternal love is erected by John Silvester Smith. Arms of Smith: Per saltire argent and sable, two trefoils slipped in pale gules.

Children of John Smith and Anne Hodgson

John Smith

(circa 1640? - )
     John Smith was born circa 1640?. He was the youngest son of Mary & Thomas? Smith of Ecclesfield. He was the son of Thomas Smith and Mary Unknown (Smith).

Child of John Smith

John Smith

( - before 1709)
     John Smith was the son of Robert Smith? and Ann Unknown (Smith).
     John Smith was mentioned as being deceased in the will of Henry Silvester dated 5 March 1707/8.
     John died before 1709.

Children of John Smith

John Smith

     John Smith was the son of John Smith.
     He was to inherit property at Mortomley from his uncle Henry Silvester..

John Anthony Smith

     John Anthony Smith married Jean Muriel Colbert, daughter of Esmond Stewart Kinealy Colbert and Daisy May Dougherty, in 1939 in Victoria.

John Christopher Smith

(5 August 1764 - )
     John Christopher Smith was christened on 5 August 1764 in Normanton, Yorkshire. He was the son of Sir John Silvester Smith (Bart) and Henrietta Maria Dodsworth. John died in infancy.