Mary Eunice Smith

(circa 1909 - 21 August 1996)
     Mary Eunice Smith was also known as Eunice in records. She was born circa 1909 in Victoria. She was the daughter of Mayhew Henry Smith and Hannah Veronica Sullivan.
     Mary was registered as Mary Eunice Smith, waitress at Mines Boarding House, Wiluna, on the 1936 electoral roll.
Mary Eunice Smith married James Houston Martin on 13 February 1936 in East Murchison, Western Australia. The West Australian on Tuesday 24 March 1936 reported . — On February 13, 1936, at Wiluna, James, eldest son-of Mr and Mrs James Martin, of Belfast, Ireland, to Eunice, second daughter of Mrs H Smith, of Kalgoorlie, and the late Mayhew Smith, of Lawlers.
     Mary died on 21 August 1996 in Cottesloe, Western Australia. She was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

Maud Cecilia Smith

(1883 - )
     Maud Cecilia Smith was born in 1883 in Paterson, New South Wales.

May Smith

     The marriage of May Smith and Arthur Stancer was registered in Sheffield RD, Yorkshire, in the June 1926 quarter.

Mayhew Henry Smith

(28 February 1864 - 27 December 1931)
     Mayhew Henry Smith was born on 28 February 1864 in Carisbrook, Victoria. He was the son of Israel Allison Smith and Margaret Gordon MacPherson. Mayhew Henry Smith was christened on 6 September 1864 in Church of England, Carisbrook. 1864: Sep 6 bapt, born 28 Feb 1864, Mayhew Henry, son of Israel Allison & Margaret Smith of Carisbrook , carter.
Mayhew Henry Smith was listed in a directory dated 1900 as a draper at Mt Magnet, Western Australia.
Terry Mann wrote: 1900 - At time of marriage was visiting Williamstown, Vic but living at Mt Magnet, WA. Gave ruby brooch to Hannah when she was 24. Brooch was won at competition in Stawell, Vic (Stawell Gift?). Brooch given to Mary who passed to Leila. Leila passed brooch on to her daughter Margaret Dellar. Spent young manhood in Williamstown, Victoria. Sports included foot running, cycling and rowing. Was employed at Mark Foy drapery store in Prahan. Met a fellow named Harwicke who encouraged May to go to WA with him and set up a drapery store in the goldfields as more and more women were settling there and homes being established. Began partnership with store in Mt Magnet and eventually May opened another store at Lawlers.
Mayhew Henry Smith married Hannah Veronica Sullivan on 18 June 1900 in St Mary's, Dandenong, Victoria. She was of Lyndhurst at marriage. She went home to Victoria for each birth except the last.
Mayhew Henry Smith was listed in a directory dated 1924 as Mayhew H Smith, JP in the list of drapers and the alphabetical list at Lawlers, Western Australia.
     Mayhew and Hannah were registered as a draper at Clifton St, Lawlers, Western Australia, on the 1931 electoral roll.
     Mayhew died of a stroke on 27 December 1931 in Leonora, Western Australia, aged 67. Mayhew was taken to Leonora Hospital and died 2 days later. Buried in RC Section - Plot 204 Leonora Cemetery - no headstone.

Children of Mayhew Henry Smith and Hannah Veronica Sullivan

Mercy Smith

     Mercy Smith married John Gibbs in June 1798 in Purnea/Purnia, India.

Children of Mercy Smith and John Gibbs

Nina Marion Smith

(1881 - )
     Nina Marion Smith was born in 1881 in Paterson, New South Wales.

Jessie Rose, or, Florence Mary Smith, or, Afford

Peter Smith

     Peter Smith married Rebecca Rich, daughter of Capt William Rich, on 23 December 1664 in Mirfield, Yorkshire.

Phillip Smith

Reginald Smith

(1878 - )
     Reginald Smith was born in 1878 in Paterson, New South Wales.

Robert Smith

     Robert Smith was the son of Thomas Smith and Mary Unknown (Smith).

Robert Smith

     Robert Smith married Mary Dykes on 5 November 1834 in Buxhall, Suffolk.

Rosa Jane Smith

(6 May 1812 - 28 May 1887)
     Rosa Jane Smith was christened on 6 May 1812 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. Born at Kennington Surrey according to the 1851 census.
Rosa Jane Smith married George Augustus Wilkinson, son of James Wilkinson and Margaret Elizabeth Roberts, on 8 May 1851 in St Mary, Stoke Newington, Hackney, Middlesex. He may have married 8 May 1851 Rosa Jane Smith Stoke at Newington St Mary, he was described as a merchant, of full age, of Camberwell, Surrey, son of James Wilkinson, merchant.
     Rosa died on 28 May 1887 in 'Rosenheim', Sutton, Surrey, aged 75.
     Her will was proved on 6 July 1887 at the Principal Probate Registry. The will of Rosa Jane Wilkinson (wife of George Augustus Wilkinson, esq), late of Rosenheim Grove-Rd, Sutton, Surrey, who died 28 May 1887 at Rosenheim was proved by the said George Augustus Wilkinson of Roenheim, the sole executor. Effects £5749/10/5.

Samuel Smith

(say 1665 - 1732)
     Samuel was a grocer, in York.
Of York, gentleman. He was a leading nonconformist in the City. His grandson Samuel and great grandson Samuel were each Lord Mayor twice.. He was born say 1665 in Yorkshire, England.
Samuel Smith married Margaret Frankland, daughter of Rev Richard Frankland and Elizabeth Sanderson, on 19 June 1701. Mr Samuel Smith of York & Mtris Margaret frankland of Rawthmel marryed June 1701..
     Samuel died in 1732.

Child of Samuel Smith and Margaret Frankland

Sarah Smith

(1762 - before 31 October 1797)
     Sarah Smith was born in 1762. She was the daughter of Thomas Smith.
     Sarah Smith and Robert Mackglew obtained a marriage licence on 30 April 1796 in London.
Sarah Smith married Robert Mackglew, son of Daniel Mackglew and Jane Pearson, on 5 May 1796 in St Michael, Cornhill, London. Married by licence. He was a bachelor of St Botolph Bishopsgate. She became the mother of Sarah Mackglew on 22 May 1796 by Robert Mackglew in London. The birth was registered at the Protestant Dissenters Registry.
     Sarah died before 31 October 1797 in St John, Spitalfields, London. She was buried on 31 October 1797 in Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London. This suggests a non Aglican family, perhaps Scots?

Child of Sarah Smith and Robert Mackglew

Sarah Smith

(before January 1692 - 8 January 1775)
     Sarah Smith was born before January 1692. She was the daughter of John Smith and Priscilla Silvester.
Mrs Sarah Smith and Mrs Hannah Smith are mentioned on a tablet in Wakefield church, in a long list of contributors towards repairing the vicarage house there in 1769, when they each subscribed five guineas.
     Sarah Smith made a will dated 26 September 1772. ... and also I give to my niece Miss Ann Denton the sume thirty pounds upon trust that she shall and do at her own costs and charges, as soon as conveniently may be after the end of a calendar months next after my decease, lay out the same in the purchase of freehold lands, tenements, hereditaments, in the W Riding of Yorkshire and convey and settle ... unto the schoolmaster for the time being of the school lately built by my late brother John Smith, Esquire, deceased, situate... in Greenside for ever ... The will also names her nephews John Sylvester Smith of Newland, William Serjeantson of Wakefield, esq. and William Smith of Methley; her nieces Miss Mary Serjeantson, Miss Sarah Smith, Mary Torr, wife of Nicholas Torr of Pontefract, Alice Trant of Himsworth, Sarah Brown of Sheffield, Catharine wife of Allen Johnson of Wakefield, Elizabeth wife of Robert Steer of Sandtoft, co. Lincoln, Mary & Elizabeth Denton of Wakefield and Elizabeth Halliday. To the charity school of Wakefield 20 pounds, to the York County Hospital 20 pounds, etc. etc.
     Sarah died on 8 January 1775 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was buried on 11 January 1775 in Wakefield. With Priscilla Smith & Frances Serjeantson the iron plate memorial states in the quire of the cathedral: Sacred to the memory of Mrs Sarah Smith who died January 8 MCDDLXXV [1775]. A gentlewoman who's piety was unaffected who's bounty was extensive, who's benevolence was universal and who's example was highly worthy of imitation.

Sarah Smith

(22 July 1733 - )
     Sarah Smith was christened on 22 July 1733 in Normanton, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Smith and Anne Hodgson.

Sarah Ann Smith

(1871 - 1871)
     Sarah died in 1871 in Belvoir, Victoria. She was born in 1871 in Belvoir, Victoria. She was the daughter of Edward Smith and Mary Ann Weston.

Sidney Cecil Smith

(1883 - )
     Sidney Cecil Smith was born in 1883 in Paterson, New South Wales.

Silina Smith

(1873 - )
     Silina Smith was born in 1873 in Paterson, New South Wales.

Stephen Smith

(circa 1785 - )
     Stephen Smith was born circa 1785.
Stephen Smith married secondly Mary Welham on 1 October 1820 in Wattisham, Suffolk. They were both widowed.

Susan Smith

(circa 1760 - before 12 July 1807)
     Susan Smith was also known as Susanna in records. She was born circa 1760 in Suffolk.
Susan Smith married Charles Bland, son of Charles Bland and Mary Calvert, on 28 September 1797 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Susan died before 12 July 1807 in Lawshall, Suffolk. She was buried on 12 July 1807 in All Saints, Lawshall. Susanna Bland, aged 47, wife of Charles, late Smith, spinster.

Child of Susan Smith and Charles Bland

Susan E Smith

(1892 - )
     Susan E Smith was born in 1892 in Paterson, New South Wales.

Sydney W J Smith

(16 August 1910 - )
     Sydney W J Smith was born on 16 August 1910.
Sydney W J Smith married Iris Irene Walling, daughter of Thomas Ruby Walling and Grace Lewis, on 16 October 1932 in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
     Sydney resided at 1 Second Street, Belleville, Ontario, Canada, 1988.

Sydney William Harry Smith

(9 June 1992 - )
     Sydney William Harry Smith was born on 9 June 1992 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

Thassaly Smith

( - 1941)
     Thassaly Smith married Sydney MacKenzie Dempster, son of Richard Alfred Dempster and Louisa MacKenzie, in 1908 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Thassaly died in 1941 in Mayfield, New South Wales.

Thomas Smith

     Thomas Smith married Mary Unknown (Smith).

Children of Thomas Smith and Mary Unknown (Smith)

Thomas Smith

     Thomas Smith was the son of Thomas Smith and Mary Unknown (Smith).

Thomas Smith

     Thomas Smith was the son of John Smith.

Thomas Smith

Child of Thomas Smith