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David Smith was born 10 July 1808 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States to David Smith (1783-1825) and Mary Wolslager and died 3 December 1878 in Fulton County, Pennsylvania, United States of unspecified causes. Ancestors are from the United States.



Children


Offspring of David Smith and Mary Giffen (1807-1867)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Margaret Smith (1827-1910)
Jackson Smith (1829-1863)
Eliza Smith (c1831-?)
Nathan Smith (c1832-?)
Rachel Smith (1835-1912)
Leonard Smith (1838-1915)
Teresa Smith (1840-1907) 11 May 1840 Fulton County, Pennsylvania, United States of America 7 February 1907 East Providence, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, United States of America Joseph Ritter Foor (1833-1896)

Mary Jane Smith (1843-1928)
John Dallas Smith (1847-1939)
Banner G Smith (1854-1932)

Public Records

  • 1850 Census - Brush Creek Township, Fulton, Pennsylvania - #16/16
    • David Smith, 43 PA, farmer
    • Mary Smith, 42 PA
    • Jackson Smith, 21 PA, laborer
    • Eliza Smith, 19 PA
    • Nathan Smith, 18 PA
    • Rachel Smith, 14 PA
    • Leonard Smtih, 12 PA
    • Theresa Smith, 10 PA
    • Mary J Smith, 6 PA
    • John D Smith, 2 PA
    • John C Shafer, 1 PA
  • 1860 Census - Brush Creek Township, Fulton, Pennsylvania - #270/270
    • David Smith, 51 PA, shoemaker, $50, $170
    • Mary Smith, 51 PA
    • Mary J Smith, 17 PA
    • John D Smith, 13 PA
    • Banner Smith, 9 PA
  • 1860 Census - Brush Creek Township, Fulton, Pennsylvania - #283/283
    • Mariah Fisher, 28 PA
    • John W Fisher, 5 PA
    • Jacob C Fisher, 1 PA
    • Mary E Fite, 25 PA
    • Jackson Smith, 31 PA, Shoemaker, $500, $180
    • Amanda Smith, 30 PA
    • Hunter Smith, 12 PA
    • Angeline Smith, 7 PA
    • John Smith, 3 PA
    • David C Smith, 3/12 PA
  • 1870 Census - East Providence Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania -#26. 26
    • David Smith, 66 PA, shoemaker, 0, $100
    • Juliann Smith, 24 PA, keeping house
    • Banner Smith, 18 PA, farm laborer
  • 1870 Census - Brush Creek Township, Fulton, Pennsylvania - #104/106
    • Banner Smith, 20 PA, works in tannery, living with William McLucas family.
  • 1900 Census - West Providence Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania - #98, 102
    • Banner Smith, 47 PA, 12-1852, married 24 years, Land Lord
    • Sarah C Smith, 46 PA. 4-1854, 6 of 8 children living
    • William G Smith, 22 PA, 9-1877, laborer at furnace
    • John H Smith, 20 PA, 6-1880, laborer at furnace
    • Jessy S Smith, 16 PA, 11-1883, laborer at furnace
    • Lenora M Smith, 13 PA,10-1886
    • Raymond H Smith, 10 PA, 6-1889
    • Virgie P Smith, 8 PA, 9-1891
    • Brodie Mcabe, unknown, widowed, boarder, laborer at furnace
    • Harry A Mcabe, 5 PA, boarder, laborer at furnace
    • Philip Kirk, unknown, boarder, laborer at furnace
    • Hamton Arthur, unknown, boarder, laborer at furnace
    • Ed Mccullough, unknown, boarder, laborer at furnace
  • 1910 Census- Mt. Union, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania - Ward 2 - 116, 122
    • Banner Smith, 56 PA, married 34 years, laborer at brick works
    • Sarah C Smith, 53 PA, 5 of 10 children living, seamstress at home
    • Raymond H Smith, 20 PA, setter at brick works

Other Records

  • AFTER LONG ILLNESS - Mount Union, Oct 29-Banner G. Smith, a much respected citizen of Mount Union for the past thirty-one years, died at the home of his son, Raymond H. Smith on Thursday evening. Oct 27, after an illness of eight years, being confined to the home for the past eleven months. Mr. Smith was born at Gapsville, Pa, Dec 21, 1854, the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith. He was united in marriage with Sarah Catherine Showalter, who died on Sept 17, 1921. He was affilated with the Methodist church. Surviving are the following sons and daughter: William G. Smith, Raymond H. Smith and Mrs. Arthur Shope, all of this city. One brother, John D. Smith of Blandburg, also survives. Funeral services will be conducted from the home of the son, 136 East Shirley street, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be in charge of Rev. Dr. R. Skyles Oyler, pastor of the First Methodist church. Interment will follow in the Odd Fellows cemetery. (Altoona Mirror 1932)

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Notes for further research

  • His wife may be the daughter of James Giffen and Martha Elliott, daughter of James Elliott of Cumberland County, PA
  • David may be the grandson of Peter Smith and his wife Catherine
    • Abstracts of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1785-1825 By F. Edward Wright "Smith, Peter, yeoman, Middleton, 4 Aug 1795 5 Sept 1795, Wife Catheren, sons Peter and David Smith, Land joining land of Casper Diller and Eppesam Blaine, Daus Barbara Smith and Ester Smith, Grandchild Catheren, Exs: William Bore and Henry Witmore. Wit: Jacob Wynkoop and Jacob Witmer.




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