Lydia Smith

Last updated 22 Nov 2021 in Spear–Johnson Family.

Individual

Born: 13 Dec 1804 in Danby, Rutland County, Vermont, United States

Father: Nathan Smith (1753 – 1824)

Mother: Elizabeth Rogers (1767 – 1817)

Supporting evidence for:
name

book-history-and-map-of-danby-vermont-1869: J. C. Williams, The History and Map of Danby, Vermont; Rutland, Vt.: McLean & Robbins, 1869; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed before 20 Apr 2018) [Includes a section devoted to family sketches of contemporary and ancestral individuals as well as sections for civil and military town history. The family sketches appear to be the result of interviews with residents by the author.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 259 (PDF page 268), "Smith, Nathan"

Comment: Source includes name (Lydia [Smith]).

estate-proved-nathan-smith-1824: Proved will for Nathan Smith (1824); Vermont, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1749-1999, database with images, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com: accessed 22 Nov 2021) “> Rutland > Probate Records, Vol 10-11, 1816-1825" images 595-596; citing “Probate Records (Rutland District, Vermont); Vermont, pages 556-559”

Comment: Source includes name (Lydia Smith).

family-barak-smith-family-bible-register: Family bible registry entries for the family of Barak Smith; photocopy, privately held [Most entries are believed to have been made by Barak and Mary Smith. Entries are separated by inconsistent types of lines, and not all entries have individuals or couples; several are informational.]

Additional detail for reference: Births page 1, right side, entry 13 with Births page 2, left side, entries 1,9

Comment: Source includes name (Lydia [Smith]).

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birth

family-barak-smith-family-bible-register: Family bible registry entries for the family of Barak Smith; photocopy, privately held [Most entries are believed to have been made by Barak and Mary Smith. Entries are separated by inconsistent types of lines, and not all entries have individuals or couples; several are informational.]

Additional detail for reference: Births page 2, left side, entry 9

Comment: Source includes date (12mo 13th 1804) and location (Danby, R. [Rutland] Co. Vt).

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father

book-history-and-map-of-danby-vermont-1869: J. C. Williams, The History and Map of Danby, Vermont; Rutland, Vt.: McLean & Robbins, 1869; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed before 20 Apr 2018) [Includes a section devoted to family sketches of contemporary and ancestral individuals as well as sections for civil and military town history. The family sketches appear to be the result of interviews with residents by the author.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 259 (PDF page 268), "Smith, Nathan"

Comment: Source identifies Lydia [Smith] as a child of Nathan Smith. The source does not provide sufficient evidence to denote the type of parent/child relationship.

estate-proved-nathan-smith-1824: Proved will for Nathan Smith (1824); Vermont, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1749-1999, database with images, Ancestry (https://www.ancestry.com: accessed 22 Nov 2021) “> Rutland > Probate Records, Vol 10-11, 1816-1825" images 595-596; citing “Probate Records (Rutland District, Vermont); Vermont, pages 556-559”

Comment: Source identifies Lydia Smith as a child of Nathan Smith. The source does not provide sufficient evidence to denote the type of parent/child relationship.

family-barak-smith-family-bible-register: Family bible registry entries for the family of Barak Smith; photocopy, privately held [Most entries are believed to have been made by Barak and Mary Smith. Entries are separated by inconsistent types of lines, and not all entries have individuals or couples; several are informational.]

Additional detail for reference: Births page 1, right side, entry 13 with Births page 2, left side, entries 1,9

Comment: Source identifies Lydia [Smith] as a child of Nathan Smith. The source does not provide sufficient evidence to denote the type of parent/child relationship.

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mother

book-history-and-map-of-danby-vermont-1869: J. C. Williams, The History and Map of Danby, Vermont; Rutland, Vt.: McLean & Robbins, 1869; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed before 20 Apr 2018) [Includes a section devoted to family sketches of contemporary and ancestral individuals as well as sections for civil and military town history. The family sketches appear to be the result of interviews with residents by the author.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 259 (PDF page 268), "Smith, Nathan"

Comment: Source identifies Lydia [Smith] as a child of Elizabeth (Rogers) Smith. The source does not provide sufficient evidence to denote the type of parent/child relationship.

family-barak-smith-family-bible-register: Family bible registry entries for the family of Barak Smith; photocopy, privately held [Most entries are believed to have been made by Barak and Mary Smith. Entries are separated by inconsistent types of lines, and not all entries have individuals or couples; several are informational.]

Additional detail for reference: Births page 1, right side, entry 14 with Births page 2, left side, entries 1,9

Comment: Source identifies Lydia [Smith] as a child of Elizabeth Smith. The source does not provide sufficient evidence to denote the type of parent/child relationship.

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Research Notes (Conflicts/Spelling/Followup)

FOLLOWUP

Lydia married Augustus Sweet. [book-history-and-map-of-danby-vermont-1869]

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research notes

book-history-and-map-of-danby-vermont-1869: J. C. Williams, The History and Map of Danby, Vermont; Rutland, Vt.: McLean & Robbins, 1869; book image (PDF), Google Books (http://books.google.com: accessed before 20 Apr 2018) [Includes a section devoted to family sketches of contemporary and ancestral individuals as well as sections for civil and military town history. The family sketches appear to be the result of interviews with residents by the author.]

Additional detail for reference: Page 259 (PDF page 268), "Smith, Nathan"

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