Generation No. 2
2. EVA ANN3 SMITH (JOHN EXUM2, JAMES1)48,49,50,51,52 was born July 27, 184553, and died
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Marriage Notes for EVA SMITH and GEORGE BRYANT:
John Burris, Justice of the Peace
Marriage record Stanly Co NC Bk2 p20, Eve An Smith, daughter of
John Smith, married G.A. Bryant, son of Clem & Martha Bryant,
Also listed with this house is George Bryant age 20, who became her
husband. The next household listed is that of Alfred Ledbetter.
Children of EVA SMITH and GEORGE BRYANT are:
i. CORNELIA FLORENCE4 BRYANT, b. March 27, 187366,67; d. April 23, 194568,69.
Notes for CORNELIA
Her youngest brother, Clement, provided her care in her old age." from
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ii. VOLTIN A. BRYANT71, b. November 14, 187472,73; d. July 23, 189873.
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iii. GEORGE MARION BRYANT74, b. December 15, 187575,76; d.
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iv. THOMAS FRANKLIN BRYANT, b. April 28, 1877; d. April 13, 1942, Olive Branch, Union County, North Carolina77; m. ELLA LUGENIA BRANTLEY, April 26, 1898, Union County, North Carolina77; b. Abt. 1877; d. Olive Branch, Union County, North Carolina.
More About THOMAS FRANKLIN BRYANT:
Residence: near, Olive
More About ELLA LUGENIA BRANTLEY:
Marriage Notes for THOMAS BRYANT and ELLA BRANTLEY:
...Esq. M. L. Flow
Both age 21
8. v. WILLIAM JASPER BRYANT, b.
vi. LILIE JANE BRYANT78, b. January 30, 188178.
Notes for LILIE JANE BRYANT:
"According to a nephew, she married as an old maid. Her husband deserted
her & she died in a mental institution at Morganton, NC." from Sandra
vii. HAMPTON JERONE "HAMP" BRYANT78, b. June 16, 188278; d. Aft. 1945,
viii. BRYANT, b. September 09, 188379; d. January 08, 189879.
ix. JONAH CLEVELAND BRYANT80, b. October 02, 188480,81,82; d. August 03, 189883,84.
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9. x. CLEMENT MARSHALL BRYANT, b.
3. JOHN STANLY3 SMITH (JOHN EXUM2, JAMES1)85,86,87,88 was born May 06, 1847 in Probably near Olive Branch, Olive Branch, Union County, North Carolina89,90,91, and died December 02, 1924 in between New Salem Union County and, Oakboro, Stanly County, North Carolina92,93. He married ELIZABETH JANE AUSTIN94,95,96,97 May 28, 1868 in Book 2, p. 6, , Stanly County, North Carolina98,99, daughter of AARON AUSTIN and PRISCILLA HINSON. She was born November 09, 1845100,101,102, and died July 26, 1916 in between New Salem Union County and, Oakboro, Stanly County, North Carolina103,104,105.
Notes for JOHN STANLY SMITH:
"I believe our J. Stanley Smith and J. Exum Smith lived along Pleasant
their house, spend a couple of days and
then walk home." from an email from
Smith, Stanley ... W ... M ...33 ... Head of Household ...Could read and
Smith, Elizabeth J. ... W ... F ... 34 ... Wife ... Could read and write
Smith, Robert A. ... W ... M ... 12 ... Son ... Could not read or write
Smith, John L. ... W ... M ... 8 ... Son ... Could read and write
Smith, Thomas J. ... W ... M ... 6 .... Son ... Could read and write
Smith, Dillie A. ... W ... F ... 4 ... Daughter ... Could read but not
Smith, Charles ... W ... M ... 3 ... Son
Smith, Minnie E. ... W ...F ...1 ... Daughter
Smith, Baby ... W ... F ... 3/12 (born in March) ...Son
From an email from
They were next stopped
at Bush Hill in
J. Stanley Smith was enlisted by Colonel Mallett on either 10 or 18
August 1864 at at
Carolina Junior Reserves, Company "F" 71st Regiment also known as the
Second Junior Reserves. His name appeared on the Company F Muster Roll
unit disbanded. According to Mary Jane Ledbetter (my mother) he and
Daniel Dry, with Ethyl Jane Ledbetter as their sponsor, attended a
organization began about 31 May 1864 at
Captain T.C. Rowland's
company was added on
December 1864 it was
Corps. They were sent next to Coleraine (Colerain), on the
to meet an expected enemy advance which did not occur. They were next
South West Creek at Wise's Forks where they drove back an enemy advance
March 1865 they
where they joined up with General Joseph E. Johnston's Army. On the
night of 18 March 1865 they encamped just beyond Bentonville and the next
day were involved in the Bentonville Battle where they fought for three
days and retired to Mitchener's depot.
April and encamped about 12 miles west of the city.
Mary Jane Ledbetter
has given me (W.
books that belonged to John Stanley Smith.
Social Etiquette or Manners and Customs of Polite Society, by Maude C.
Cooke. The publishers name is not indicated, however one page contains
the following " Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1896 by
J. R. Jones, In the
Office of the Librarian of Congress, at
D.C. All Rights
Reserved." Mother Mary tells me (W.
bought this book so he would know proper and correct polite proceedures
and manners at events such as weddings. Since he was a Justice of The
Peace he often was responsible such occasions and desired to see they
were correctly administered. The table of contents indicates the
following subjects; Miscellaneous Entertainments; Christenings,
Confirmations And Graduations; Etiquette of Funerals And Mourning;
Etiquette of Public Places; Walking, Riding Boating Driving; Bicycle
Etiquette; Society; General Etiquette;
Etiquette; Delsartean Discipline; Art of Dress; Colors And Complexions;
Dress For Special Occasions; Letter Writing; Forms For Letters; Artistic
Home Decorations; and How To Be Beautiful. The book has 506 pages. The
cover is blue and gray and includes a picture of ladies and gentlemen in
formal dress. One Lady sits on a piano stool and is playing a piano.
Two men in tuxedos stand next to the piano and one appears to holds a
book of sheet music. Judging from the book's condition it has been used a
2003-2004. Pages 6 through 17 contain excerpts from the Parish Book of
indicates that this is "The
1885-1911." Under the heading "CONFIRMATIONS" is included the following:
Joseph Blount Cheshire, JR., D.D., after Evening Prayer: John Stanley
Smith, Jane Smith [formerly Baptist]
Married 34 years, owned home, farmer, age 53.
Jane, wife, age 54, born Nov. 1845.
Spencer, son, age 20, born Mar 1880.
Maxton, son, age 17, born Oct. 1882.
Susan, daughter, age 15, born Oct. 1884.
Hampton, son, age 13, born Dec. 1886.
Zebulon, son, age 11, born Mar 1889.
Smith, John S. 63 married 42 yrs farmer [This is J. Stanley Smith]
" Elizabeth J. wife 64 married 42 yrs 13 children/8 living
" Happy? M. son 25 [appears to be Maxton]
" Zeb B. son 22 farm labor
Smith, Stanley 72 widowed farmer owns farm
" Charles son 43
" Silas grandson 10
" Mattie granddau 7
" Ola grandau 6
" Robert grandson 4 - 6/12
" Katie grandau. 3-5/12
1880 - John E. Smith sold land to John Stanley Smith.
BIBLE: He wrote birth, marriage, and death information in what I call the
Stanley Smith family bible. It includes some of the
From the J. Stanley Smith Bible:
Great Grand Father Bryant Austin and Some of his Family.
Grand Father Bryant Austin.
Grand Uncle Jacob Austin.
Grand Uncle Jonathan Austin.
Grand Aunt Alcy(?)
Grand Aunt Sallie Austin.
Grand Aunt Rebecca Austin.
have their children listed, none are shown on her and
This leads me to think that they may have migrated since I found no
reference to Jasper Stanley in 1850,60, 0r 70 censuses. Do you think
that they may have migrated to Tenn.or another state. I have some
evidence that Deberry's sister went to
had another name? We should be able to find him in the census unless he
was just missed?
2003-2004. Pages 6 through 17 contain excerpts from the Parish Book of
indicates that this is "The
the heading "BAPTISMS":
Church, John Stanley Smith, aged 50 years. Witness Iredell Hilliard
(Pencil note: at Euto) F.W. Hilliard, Priest.
More About JOHN STANLY SMITH:
Burial: Aft. December 03, 1924, Pleasant Hill Church Pleasant Hill Church Road, Olive Branch, Union County, North Carolina107,108
Census: 1880, #119, ,
Milit-End: May 02, 1865110
Occupation: farmer, justice of the peace; Occupation: In addition to being a farmer, he bought law books and became a self read110
Religion: Church history based on existing parish records and Journals of the110,111
Residence: going south
turn left at New Salem (Euto) toward Oakboro,
More About ELIZABETH JANE AUSTIN:
Residence: going south
turn left at New Salem (Euto) toward Oakboro,
Marriage Notes for JOHN SMITH and ELIZABETH AUSTIN:
J. Stanley married Elizabeth Jane Austin (#15), daughter of Aaron and
Priscilla Austin. She
1868 in Stanly
Peace (Book 2 page 6).
Children of JOHN SMITH and ELIZABETH AUSTIN are:
i. ROBERT A.4 SMITH114, b. June 10, 1868115,116; d. February 23, 1893117,118.
Notes for ROBERT A. SMITH:
More About ROBERT A. SMITH:
Census: 1880, Age 12 could not read or write
ii. PRESTON C. SMITH118, b. August 17, 1869118.
iii. GEORGE W. SMITH118, b.
10. iv. JOHN LEMUEL SMITH, b. April 07, 1872, New Salem, Union County, North Carolina; d. Funeral at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church, Euto (New Salem), Union County, North Carolina.
11. v. THOMAS J. SMITH, b.
vi. DELLA A. SMITH118, b. June 24, 1876118; d. December 01, 1894118.
More About DELLA A. SMITH:
Census: 1880, Age 4 (Dilly A Smith), Could read but not write
12. vii. CHARLES A. SMITH, b. September 25, 1878; d. September 12, 1952, New Salem Township, Union County, North Carolina.
viii. MINNIE E. SMITH119,120, b. January 18, 1879121,122; d.
Notes for MINNIE E. SMITH:
near New Salem
More About MINNIE E. SMITH:
Census: 1880, Age 1
13. ix. CALVIN SPENCER SMITH, b.
x. HAPPY MAXTON "MACK" SMITH125,126, b. October 12, 1882127,128.
14. xi. SUSAN EMELINE SMITH, b. October 13, 1884, New Salem, Union County, North Carolina; d. October 18, 1963, High Point, Guilford County, North Carolina.
xii. WILLIAM HAMPTON SMITH128, b. April 26, 1886, New Salem Township, Union County, North Carolina129,130; m. MAYME HOWARD130; b. Abt. 1886.
Notes for WILLIAM HAMPTON SMITH:
Catechism certificate from St. Timothy's Episcopal Church, Euto (New
Called "Shug" by Susan Emeline Smith
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xiii. ZEBULON B. SMITH131,132, b. March 15, 1888133134.
Notes for ZEBULON B. SMITH:
Mary Jane Ledbetter said he was found dead along a road and reported as
having been run over by auto, however, murder was suspected. The case was
in home of John S Smith
More About ZEBULON B. SMITH:
Census: 1910, #115; age 22, farm labor, New Salem Township, Union County, North Carolina135
4. TEMPERANCE JANE3 SMITH (JOHN EXUM2, JAMES1)136,137,138,139,140 was born
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Notes for ELI MONROE HUNEYCUTT:
Civil War hero
Major in the CSA and captured quite a few Yankees at Bentonville, N. C.
during the Civil War.
Eli M Huneycutt was a 1st Lieutenant , Resided in Stanly Co where he
enlisted at age 23 Appointed 2nd Lieutenant on or about 25 mar 1862
Promoted to 1st
Present and accounted
for through Oct 1864 Paroled at
N.Huneycutt, Presbyterian minister
More About ELI MONROE HUNEYCUTT:
Baptism: In his older years by his son Q
Marriage Notes for TEMPERANCE SMITH and ELI HUNEYCUTT:
Married by C. H. Brooks, J. P.
Children of TEMPERANCE SMITH and ELI HUNEYCUTT are:
15. i. MINNIE ELIZABETH4 HUNEYCUTT, b.
16. ii. ILA HUNEYCUTT, b.
iii. JASPER MONROE "JAP" HUNEYCUTT, b. September 05, 1878; d. October 17, 1952; m. FLORA GRIFFIN; b. July 02, 1889; d. April 28, 1931.
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iv. ARCH HUNEYCUTT142, b. September 25, 1880; d. September 18, 1937; m. ROSE BLALOCK; b. Abt. 1880.
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v. A. C. "LUM" HUNEYCUTT143, b. February 27, 1882; d. February 04, 1963; m. MARY EFIRD, May 05, 1906; b. Abt. 1882.
Notes for A. C. "LUM" HUNEYCUTT:
"the poet, spoke of his beloved mother in one of his poems"
More About A. C. "LUM" HUNEYCUTT:
Occupation: Attorney, local newspaper owner
vi. JENNIE HUNEYCUTT, b. May 15, 1884; d. November 22, 1973; m. LEE W. HUNEYCUTT, January 1918; b. Abt. 1884.
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vii. TYLER BENNETT HUNEYCUTT, b. February 12, 1886; d. November 15, 1968; m. JESSIE MAE HAGLER; b. Abt. 1886.
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17. viii. THEODORE F. HUNEYCUTT, b. Abt. 1888.
18. ix. WILLIAM JEROME HUNEYCUTT, b.
19. x. DR. QUINCY
5. CALVIN M.3 SMITH (JOHN EXUM2, JAMES1)145,146,147,148,149,150 was born October 06, 1850 in Union County, North Carolina151,152,153, and died July 02, 1904 in Stanly County, North Carolina154,155,156. He married MARY "POLLY" BROOKS157,158,159, daughter of THOMAS BROOKS and MARY HUNEYCUTT. She was born October 18, 1854160,161,162, and died June 10, 1942 in Monroe, Union County, North Carolina163,164,165.
Notes for CALVIN M. SMITH:
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Children of CALVIN SMITH and MARY BROOKS are:
20. i. TEMPIE EUNICE "PEM"4 SMITH, b.
21. ii. FAIRLEY WEBSTER "FARRELL" SMITH, b. Bet. 1873 - 1898; d.
22. iii. SARAH ELIZABETH "SADIE" SMITH, b. January 15, 1880, Stanly County, North Carolina; d. March 08, 1954, Big Lick Township, Stanly County, North Carolina.
iv. WILLIAM"BILL" SMITH, b. Abt. 1884; m. NORA ALMOND; b. Abt. 1884.
23. v. MARTIN LUTHER "MART" SMITH, b.
24. vi. JOHN ERASTUS "RAS" SMITH, b. Bet. 1893 - 1896,
vii. HENRY C. SMITH, b. Abt. 1895; m. MABEL; b. Abt. 1895.
25. viii. DAVID ABRAHAM "COOT" SMITH, b.
ix. NANCY BELZORA ZOADA "ZODE" SMITH167, b. December 05, 1897167; d. September 03, 1983167; m. JOSEPH A. "JOE" BROOME167; b. August 29, 1897167; d. November 12, 1984167.
26. x. DEWEY GOTHEREN SMITH, b.
xi. ADAM B. "AD" SMITH, b. 1899; d. 1957; m. MARY MEDLIN; b. Abt. 1899.
6. WILLIAM JASPER3 SMITH (JOHN EXUM2, JAMES1)168,169,170,171,172,173 was born February 07, 1852 in New Salem Township,
Union County, North Carolina174, and died July 18, 1934 in New
Salem Township, Union County, North Carolina175. He married (1) SARAH CATHERINE TUCKER176
Notes for WILLIAM JASPER SMITH:
Your William Jasper was really 8 years old in 1860, and since the census
was taken on
John E. Smith 37 M Farmer $800 Real-estate $1378 Estate Married within
the yr. ;
Laura Smith 48 F Seamstress - Married within the year; can't read or
Eva A. Smith 15 F Seamstress;
John S. Smith 12M attended school within the year (This is the J.
Temperance Smith 11F attended school with the year;
Calvin M. Smith 9M;
William J. Smith 7M (your William Jasper);
George W. Smith 4M;
Roan Dry 12M (Notice the "Dry" surname) attended school within the year;
Daniel Dry 6M attended school within the year;
Temporary (?) Dry 5F (had trouble reading this one)
Notice the difference in the ages of John E., and his wife Laura, and the
fact that they were married within the year. This tells me that they are
a "blended" family, both probably having lost their spouse in the
previous 12 months.
INDIVIDUAL RECORD FOR WILLIAM JASPER SMITH - CROTWELL.PAF 31
2000 in New
In 1880 John E. Smith sold 408 acres on Lick Branch to William Jasper
In regard to Euto, the old name for New Salem, it is pronounced as
A Jasper Smith appears as number 46 on a 1779 Montgomery Co. NC voter
I wonder if your William Jasper Smith could be partly named for him?
Smith, W. J. W M Age 28 Head of Household-Widowed-Farmer;
Hester A. W F Age 6 Daughter;
Smith, Sarah E. W F Age 4 Daughter;
Smith, J. W. W M Age 2 Son
Smith, W. Jasper 48 farmer married 20 years; wife Frances 37;
10 children 9 living;
son John 16 b. Sept 1883;
son Tommy 14 b. Dec 1885;
son Jonah 13 b. Apr 1887;
daughter Nola 11 born Oct 1888;
son Loyd 10 born Dec 1889;
son Baxter 8 b. Jan 1892;
son Arthur 6 b. May 1894;
son Lester 3 b. Nov 1896.
Smith, William age 58 married 29 yrs farmer;
Frances E. wife age 47 married 29 yrs 11 children/ ?living;
Nola A. dau age 20;
Baxter son age 17;
Arthur L. son age 15;
Lester E. son age 12;
Aaron N. son age 10;
Zola E. dau age 7
#171/173 household Smith, Jasper w m 67 farmer;
Fanny wife 56;
Nola? dau 28 single;
Lester E. son 21 single;
Aron son 19 single;
Zola E. dau. 16;
Clarence grandson 14. [who is the father & mother?]
More About WILLIAM JASPER SMITH:
Occupation: Abt. 1872,
Blacksmith; made horseshoes,
Religion: Abt. 1872,
Residence: 1880, 408 acres on Lick Branch192,193
Marriage Notes for WILLIAM SMITH and SARAH TUCKER:
Look at this marriage record from Stanly Co. Book 2, page 26. Smith,
William J. (21) son of John E. & Sayer Smith wed Sayer C. Tucker (18)
dau. of John O. & Mary Ann
I have not heard of the name "Sayer" before and wonder why it appears
twice in this record. Could be a typo or hard to read original record.
The letter "C" in the brides name could represent "Catharine." Age of the
groom fits Wm. Jasper and the John E. fits his father - John Exum Smith.
The 1873 marriage date fits as dau. Hester A. Smith was born abt 1874
(based on 1880 census info).
John O. Tucker (wife Mary A.) may be the son of Duncan and Catharine
Apparently, on the marriage record, some one wrote Leah C. Tucker as
Sayer C. Tucker and Leah Smith as Sayer Smith.
So, seems highly probable that Wm. Jasper Smith's first wife was Leah
Catharine Tucker. (John Burris, Justice of the Peace)
Notes for FRANCIS
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Interests: played the piano and organ in church196,197
switch-board operator, New Salem,
Residence: they got
their mail addressed to Marshville, Marshville,
Marriage Notes for WILLIAM SMITH and FRANCIS STEWART:
He was 28 years old; she was 18.
Frances Almira Stewart was 18 years old when she married
William Jasper Smith[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 28, Ed. 1, Tree #0430,
Date of Import:
Aaron was a doctor.
Smith, W. J. - 28 - s/o (J. E. & Nancy) to Frances E. Stewart -
18 d/o (C. P. &
Children of WILLIAM SMITH and SARAH TUCKER are:
27. i. HESTER A.4 SMITH, b. December 1874.
ii. SARAH E. SMITH, b. Abt. 1876; m. T. LUMUS AUSTIN205, November 26, 1891, she-age 15, he age 20, , Union County, North Carolina206,207; b. Abt. 1871.
More About SARAH E. SMITH:
Census: 1880, Age 4
More About T. LUMUS
Occupation: ran a Feed
Marriage Notes for SARAH SMITH and T.
(W. J. & F. E.) to T. L. Austin - 20 - s/o (W. H. & M. A.)...Nov. 26,
1891...Esq. J. L. Smith
?Lumis Austin married 1/2 sister Sally Staton ?
Ran a feed store at Marshville.
(Note: Lemmy Moore, who
about this family than anyone else alive.)
iii. J. W. SMITH, b.
More About J. W. SMITH:
Census: 1880, Age 2,
House #116, son of WJ Smith, , Union County,
Children of WILLIAM SMITH and FRANCIS STEWART are:
28. iv. JOHN C.4 SMITH, b. September 1883; d. Bef. 1920.
29. v. THOMAS SMITH, b. December 1885; d. Bet. 1897 - 1965, after an appendix surgery, Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina.
vi. JONAH M. SMITH209, b.
April 05, 1887210; d.
More About JONAH M. SMITH:
30. vii. NOLA A. SMITH, b. October 1888; d. Bet. 1893 - 1969.
viii. LOYD AUGUSTUS SMITH213,214, b. December 06, 1889215; d. September 06, 1954, New Salem Township, Union County, North Carolina216; m. SARAH DELIAH MOORE217,218, Bet. 1897 - 1949219; b. April 30, 1886220; d. October 30, 1960, New Salem Township, Union County, North Carolina220.
More About LOYD AUGUSTUS SMITH:
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Nicknames: Aunt Lila222
ix. BAXTER SMITH224,225, b. January 1892; d.
Notes for BAXTER SMITH:
didn't want to go to war, so he left home and never came home.
Supposedly, he was never heard from again. His brother, Arthur and
Arthur's wife, Iva,
some time talking to someone, whom his wife afterward thought was
probably Baxter. Arthur never said who it was.
He left about $750 to niece, Olena Ham, when he died.
More About BAXTER SMITH:
Moving: Abt. 1910226
Will: Aft. November 08, 1962226
31. x. ARTHUR LEE SMITH, b. May 11, 1894, New Salem Township, Union County, North Carolina; d. March 25, 1948, at home in Concord, NC at age 52, Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina.
32. xi. LESTER E. SMITH, b. November 1896; d. Bet. 1876 - 1965.
33. xii. DR. AARON N. SMITH, b. Abt. 1900; d. Bet. 1876 - 1965.
34. xiii. ZOLA E. SMITH, b. Abt. 1903; d.
Bet. 1876 - 1969,
7. GEORGE WEBSTER3 SMITH (JOHN EXUM2, JAMES1)227,228,229 was born July 12, 1855230,231, and
died October 30, 1928 in T. B. (tuberculosis), Stanfield, Stanly County, North
Carolina232,233,234. He married (1) LYDIA E. BROOKS234
Notes for GEORGE WEBSTER SMITH:
Bunn, Albemarle, N. C. He died of Chronic Myocarditis and Chronic
Nephritis (is this T.B.?).
I had always heard that George Smith died from T.B.
"My Great Grandfather George W. Smith is buried at Philadelphia Baptist
Church between his two wives, Lydia Brooks Smith (my g grandmother) and
George married here sister Betty, who was one year older than
I told you that my Grandpa Web lost his farm during the depression.
George had raised a large family and buried two wives, so he must have
contacted T.B. at a later stage in his life. Uncle Buford said everyone
was deathly afraid of T.B. and no one wanted to take him in even though
he was sick. Grandpa Web borrowed money and built a special room on to
their house for him so he could have his own set of dishes. George gave
Web his farm. There was a farm between Web's farm and George's farm and
George had an opportunity to buy it, too. He borrowed money to purchase
it, too. Daddy said that they had a bumper crop that year but the stock
market crashed and because money was scarce they couldn't get very much
money for their goods and they were unable to repay their loan so they
lost the farm. This happened when my Dad was a teenager. They moved
from Stanfield to Oakboro and share cropped for a while. They then moved
Daddy loved that farm. It really hurt him to see it go.
More About GEORGE WEBSTER SMITH:
Census: 1880, Age 23 in household of John E
Marriage Notes for GEORGE SMITH and
According to Stanly
Co. marriage records George Webster Smith wed
More About BETTY ELIZABETH BROOKS:
Children of GEORGE SMITH and
i. RUFUS E.4 SMITH239, b. September 09, 1879240; d. T. B. (tuberculosis)241; m. CARRIE GRIFFIN; b. Abt. 1878.
Notes for RUFUS E. SMITH:
George's oldest son, Rufus
Smith, also died from T.B.
ii. TEEN TENY SMITH241, b. August 02, 1882242; m. REV. ADAM A. HATHCOCK; b. Abt. 1880.
35. iii. STANLY WEBSTER SMITH, b. Abt. 1884.
iv. MAGGIE SMITH243, b. Abt. 1888; m. JIMMIE R. HOPKINS; b. Abt. 1888.
v. JULIA SMITH243, b. Abt. 1890.
Notes for JULIA SMITH:
vi. PERLINE POLLY SMITH243, b. Abt. 1892.
Notes for PERLINE POLLY SMITH:
vii. HESTER SMITH243, b.
viii. BERTHA SMITH243, b. Abt. 1894; d. Young.
36. ix. BEDIE ANN SMITH, b. Bef. 1898.
Child of GEORGE SMITH and BETTY BROOKS is:
37. x. BEULAH BRANTTY4 SMITH, b. Abt. 1901.