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Wing Family of America, Inc. - Person Page 1126
Wing Family of America, Inc. Descendants of Matthew & Mary Wing of Banbury, Oxfordshire, England Person Page 1126
Rachel Collins Smith (F) b. 6 May 1816, d. 13 August 1902
Rachel CollinsSmith was born on 6 May 1816 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pensylvania. She married MatthewHowland, son of GeorgeHowland and SusanHowland, on 8 September 1842. Rachel Collins Smith died on 13 August 1902 at age 86. She was buried after 13 August 1902 at Friends Burial Ground, New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts.
His body was interred at Georgetown, Bear Lake, ID. Raymond was born at Georgetown, Bear Lake, ID, on 16 March 1890. He was the son of Hyrum MiltonSmith and Lucy MelvinaTippetts. He died at Georgetown, Bear Lake, ID, on 17 May 1903.
Her body was interred at Truro, Barnstable, MA. Rebecca was born at Truro, Barnstable, MA, on 31 May 1741. She was the daughter of BarzillaSmith and ElizabethAtkins. She married JohnLombard"Jr." at Truro, Barnstable, MA, on 3 December 1761. She died at Truro, Barnstable, MA, on 8 February 1785.
Rebecca was born at Chestico (now Port Hood), Cape Breton (now Inverness), (now Nova Scotia), (now Canada), on 15 February 1787. She was the daughter of Capt.DavidSmith and RebeccaLombard. She married MilesMcDaniel at Port Hood Island, Cape Breton (now Inverness), (now Nova Scotia), on 17 September 1811. She died at N.E. Magaree, Nova Scotia, (now Canada), on 28 February 1864.
RebeccaSmith was born on 25 August 1811 at Smithville, Hillsborough, Inverness, Nova Scotia, (now Canada). She was the daughter of Lewis LombardSmith and ChristianaWorth. Rebecca Smith married ElderWilliamMcKeen, son of DavidMcKeen and DianeHutchinson, in 1830 at Mabou, Cape Breton, (now Canada). Rebecca Smith died on 30 November 1889 at Mount Young, Inverness, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 78.
Rebecca Smith Knowles (F) b. September 1773, d. 28 February 1850 Pop-up Pedigree
RebeccaSmithKnowles was born in September 1773 at bp 19 SEP 1773, Eastham, Barnstable, MA. She was the daughter of JosephSmith3d and RuthKnowles. Rebecca Smith Knowles married BenjaminHomer2d, son of Capt.StephensHomer and ElizabethChapman, after 15 April 1810 at int. 15 APR 1860, of Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA. Rebecca Smith Knowles died on 28 February 1850 at Orleans, Barnstable, MA, at age 76.
Richard was born at Stanley, Hants, Nova Scotia, on 18 September 1784. He was the son of Col.WilliamSmith and LusannaLake. Richard Smith married Mary BoredonOxley in October 1812 at Wallace, Nova Scotia. He died at Selma, Hants, Nova Scotia, on 3 June 1870. Richard Smith was buried after 3 June 1870 at Upper Selma, Hants, Nova Scotia.
Rev. Richard Arthur Smith (M) b. 25 February 1839, d. 8 August 1874 Pop-up Pedigree
Rev.Richard ArthurSmith was born on 25 February 1839 at Stanley, Hants, Nova Scotia. He was the son of BenjaminSmith and ElizabethCole. Rev. Richard Arthur Smith died on 8 August 1874 at West Indies, at age 35.
Robert P.Smith was married (an unknown value) times. He was born in 1839 at Port Hood, Nova Scotia, (now Canada). He was the son of IsaacSmith and CatherineFraser. Robert P. Smith died on 21 April 1885 at Port Hood, Nova Scotia, (now Canada).
Last Edited=23 Sep 2005
Robert T. Smith (M) b. 28 July 1915, d. 29 October 1977
Robert T.Smith was born on 28 July 1915 at Chardon, Ohio. He died on 29 October 1977 at Honululu, Hawaii, at age 62. He was buried after 29 October 1977 at Chardon, Ohio.
Her body was interred at Truro, Barnstable, MA. Ruth was born circa 1765. She married JohnWells at Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts, on 27 November 1788. She died at Truro, Barnstable, MA, on 27 April 1790.
Last Edited=8 May 2005
Ruth Smith (F)
Ruth was born. She married [poss.]JohnWrightington at New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts, on 27 September 1801.