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Ephraim's glory is like the firstling of his bullocks and his horns are like the horns of unicorns: with them he shall push the people together to the ends of the earth.
~ Deuteronomy 33:17

Stephen's Smith Family - Ancestors, Descendants and Cousins


Andrew Jackson Smith

    Jackson came to Missouri with his parents about 1827. He belonged to the Presbyterian church.
In 1840 Jack and Lucinda were married by John Wright, Justice of the Peace. Lucinda was the sister of Mahala, Jack's brother, Anderson's wife. They were the parents of six children.
    In 1858 Jack had purchased land from his father, Anderson, just 25 days before Anderson's death. He and Lucinda were living there when she died of dropsy. In 1883 he and his second wife, Elizabeth moved to Davies county near Winston, Missouri, where they died about one week apart, Jack from pneumonia. His funeral was held at the Wamsley Church and he was buried with his first wife Lucinda.
    In later years he was known as Grandpa Jack

Smith. - At his home at Winston in Tuesday morning of this week, of pneumonia fever, A. J. Smith, aged 74 years. Funeral services were held at the Wamley chuurch, five miles north of this city, yesterday at one o'clock. The wife of the deceased died one week ago last Sunday.

Anderson Smith III

BIOGRAPHY: "The North Missourian" April 27, 1876, Gallatin, Mo. - ANOTHER PATRIARCH GONE.
   Another of Davies county's oldest settlers has fallen before the icy breath of the destroying angel. On Wednesday, April 19, Anderson Smith, of Jefferson Township, went to his eternal slumbers, at his residence near Alto Vista.
    He had been confined to his room some seven or eight months with dispepesia and liver complaint. He was born in Tennessee, and in early life moved into this county, and settled near his late residence, where he has resided for 44 years. He was one of our best citizens and respected by all who knew him. Thus one by one are our gray haired sires passing away, and only their memory remains.

James K Polk Smith

went to Oregon