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Benjamin D. SMITH & Anna FORBES
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Husband: Benjamin D. SMITH
Born: 17 NOV 1803 in Charlotteville, Norfolk, Ontario
Married: about 1825 in Charlotteville, Norfolk, Ontario
Died: 10 APR 1878 in Alpine, Kent, Michigan
Father: Jesse SMITH
Mother: Irene Elizabeth COWENHOVEN
Spouses: Mariah Frazer GRIFFIN, Second Wife
Wife: Anna FORBES
Born: 1803 in New York
Died: before 1878 in Alpine, Kent Michigan
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Charity SMITH
Born: 1827 in Canada
Died: after 1881 in Alpine, Kent Michigan
Spouses: John MATTHEWS
02 (F): Mary Elizabeth SMITH
Born: MAR 1829 in Charlotteville, Norfolk, Ontario
Died: after 1900 in Sparta, Kent, Michigan
Spouses: Benjamin BLACKALL
03 (F): Esther E. SMITH
Born: 1831 in Canada
Died: between 1871 AND 1900 in Wright, Ottawa, Michigan
Spouses: George Washington GILLETTE
04 (M): Ebenezer C. SMITH
Born: OCT 1831 in Canada
Died: after 1902 in Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan
Spouses:
05 (M): Jesse SMITH
Born: 1834 in Canada
Died: after 1871 in Wright, Ottawa, Michigan
Spouses:
06 (M): Simeon SMITH
Born: MAY 1834
Died: Unknown
Spouses:
07 (F): Ruth SMITH
Born: 1836
Died: Unknown
Spouses:
08 (F): Almira SMITH
Born: 1840
Died: Unknown
Spouses:
09 (M): Harmon Benjamin SMITH
Born: APR 1846 in Michigan
Died: after 1900 in Denver, Newaygo, Michigan
Spouses:
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Revised: January 26, 2021

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