~ SMITHS OF BUCKS COUNTY

bullet ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW ON WILLIAM SMITH
bullet Smith Obituaries
bullet Smith _Davis History of Bucks County (pdf)
bullet Daniel born in Buckingham
bullet Biographical obituary of Major General A. J. Smith, son of Capt. Samuel Smith of Bucks County, see:

http://www.48ovvi.org/oh48ajsmith.html

bullet Thomas J. Smith
 

 

 

S2 History OF THE HART FAMILY.

Samuel Smith, the father of general Andrew J. Smith, who distinguished himself in the late war. He fought at the battle of Trenton. At that time he was living at Robert Neely's, below New Hope, where James Madison, afterward President of the United States, who was wounded at Trenton, was taken and remained some time to recover of his wound.

History of the Hart Family
WWH Davis 1867

Page last updated: August 29, 2013

 

 

 
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