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Enos Smith Pedigree

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Origin of the surname “Smith:”

 

 

Generation

 

6  

 

5   Reverend Henry Smith

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born 1588 (also seen: b. abt 1600) near Norwich, Norfolk County, England.  Died 9 August 1648 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Immigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636/37.  Joined the First Congregational Church of Charlestown, Massachusetts on 5 October 1637.  Was the first minister in Wethersfield (later becoming Glastonbury) Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.

 

2. Wife: Dorothy Cotton

 

Born about 1603 at Norwich, Norfolk County, England.  Died 1694 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Married (1st) Henry Smith about 1632 in England.  Married (2nd) John Russell in 1650, and in 1659, along with a number of their church's members, moved to Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

3. Children:

 

a. Peregrine Smith: Born 1627 at Norwich, Norwich County, England.

 

b. Mary Smith: Born 9 October 1629 at Hadley, Suffolk County, England.  Died 16 December 1668 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

c. Rebecca Smith: Born 1631 at Norwich, Norwich County, England.  Died Glastonbury Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.

 

d. Dorothy Blakeman Hall Smith: Born 1636 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Died 17 April 1706 in Farmington Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.

 

e. Preserved Smith: Born 1637 at sea, in route to the Massachusetts Bay Colony.  Died 1637.

 

f. Samuel Smith: See generation 4, below.

 

g. Joanna Smith: Born 25 December 1641 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Died 28 December 1664 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

h. Noah Smith: Born 25 February 1643/44 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Died 8 May 1648 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

i. Elijah Smith: Born about 1647 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.

 

j. Elizabeth Smith: Born 25 August 1648 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Died there 1648. 

 

4   Samuel Smith

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born 27 January 1637/38 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Died 10 September 1703, age 65, in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Resided in Northampton Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts from 1666 to 1680, when he moved to Hadley Township, Massachusetts to care for his mother.

 

2. Wife: Mary Ensign

 

Born 1 August 1649 in Northampton Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; daughter of James Ensign, one of the 1st settlers of Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Died 1 July 1723 in Suffield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.  Married Samuel Smith in April 1662 in Northampton Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

3. Children:

 

a. Sarah Smith:

 

b. Dorothy Smith:

 

c. Samuel Smith, Jr.:

 

d. Ebenezer Smith:

 

e. Deacon Ichabod Smith:

 

f. Mary Smith:

 

g. James Smith:

 

h. Preserved Smith: See generation 3, below.

 

4   Preserved Smith

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born 6 August 1677 in Horthampton Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Died 1715 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

2. Wife: Mary Smith

 

Born 16 August 1681 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; daughter of Chileab and Hannah (Hitchcock) Smith.  Died there 1745.  Married Preserved Smith on 15 December 1697 in Wethersfield Township, Hartford County, Connecticut.

 

3. Children:

 

a. Morris Smith.

 

b. Mary Smith: Born 3 January 1698/99.

 

c. Preserved Smith, Jr.: Born 9 November 1700.

 

d. Ebenezer Smith: Born 4 February 1702/03.

 

e. Samuel Smith: Born 1 October 1705.

 

f. Chileab Smith: See generation 2, below.

 

g. James Smith: Born 23 September 1710.

 

h. Moses Smith: Born 30 October 1712.

 

2   Chileab Smith

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born 8 May 1708 in South Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Died 19 August 1800, age 93, in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

2. Wife: Sarah Moody

 

Born 13 January 1708/09 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts; daughter of Ebenezer and Editha (Kellogg) Moody.  Died 23 December 1789 in Ashfield Township, Franklin County, Massachusetts.  Married Chileab Smith on 28 January 1729/30 in South Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

 

3. Children:

 

a. Ebenezer Smith: Born 4 October 1734.  Died 6 July 1824.

 

b. Moses Smith: Born 10 August 1736.

 

c. Sarah Smith: Born 24 August 1738.

 

d. Jemima Smith: Born 29 March 1740.  Died 29 September 1828.

 

e. Chileab Smith, Jr.: Born 16 October 1742 in South Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Died 28 May 1843.  Married 4 times and had 7 children.

 

f. Enos Smith: See generation 1, below.

 

g. Miriam Smith: Born 21 May 1747 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Died 6 October 1787 in Buckland Township, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

 

h. Eunice Smith: Born 11 August 1757 in Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Died 29 October 1823 in Shelburne Township, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

 

1   Reverend Enos Smith:

 

Born 24 July 1749 in South Hadley Township, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.  Died 8 March 1836 in Ashfield Township, Franklin County, Massachusetts.  Married Hannah Drake, paragraph of the Josiah Drake II page, which is generation 6 of the Ancestors of Almond Henry Drake, on about 1780 in Ashfield Township, Massachusetts.

 

See Josiah Drake II page for More Info

 

 

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