Lucy Smith was born 1878 in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, United Kingdom to John Horace Smith (1850-1895) and Martha Hagger (1845-1929) and died 1970 in Barnet, Greater London, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. She married Edgar Latta (1877-1946) 1904 in Chertsey, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

Biography details

Lucy Jane Smith was born in 1878 in Walton on Thames, Chertsey, Surrey. Her parents were John Horace Smith (1850-1895), a laborer, lamplighter and painter & decorator, and his wife Martha Hagger (1845-1929). In 1904 in Chertsey, Lucy married Edgar Latta (1877-1946). Edgar died in Middlesex in 1946 aged sixty-nine. After becoming a widow, Lucy moved to Surrey, where she died aged ninety-two in 1970.

Namesakes of Lucy Jane Smith (1878-1970)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Lucy Smith (1821-1882)Manchester, Ontario County, New York, United StatesColchester, McDonough County, Illinois, United StatesJoseph Smith (1771-1840)Lucy Mack (1775-1856)Arthur Millikin (1817-1882)
Lucy Smith (1619-1687)EnglandBrookline, Suffolk County, MassachusettsFrancis Smith (1596-1650)Thomas Gardner (1620-1689)
Lucy Ann Smith (1851-1917)Wollongong, New South Wales, AustraliaHurstville, New South Wales, AustraliaThomas Smith (1814-1873)Sarah Finnamore (1823-1908)Joseph Day (1848-1905)
Lucy Bailey Smith (1841-1841)Nauvoo, Hancock County, IllinoisNauvoo, Hancock County, IllinoisSamuel Harrison Smith (1808-1844)Mary Bailey (1808-1841)
Lucy Jane Smith (1878-1970)Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, United KingdomBarnet, Greater London, England, United KingdomJohn Horace Smith (1850-1895)Martha Hagger (1845-1929)Edgar Latta (1877-1946)

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