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Genealogical data and history of Major Thomas L. Smith of Va., N.Y., D.C. and his heirs

E. M. Smith, genealogist
Smith, E. M. (Main Author)
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Thomas Smith (ca. 1741-1797) of Trinity Parish, Louisa County, Virginia, served as a captain in the Virginia Militia during the Revolutionary War. His son, Thomas Lily Smith, was born in Trinity Parish about 1791. He was a major in the War of 1812. He married Juliana Lightfoot in Philadelphia in 1821. They had five children, all born in New York City. They lived in New York until 1830 when they moved to Washington D.C. He served as Registor of the U.S. Treasury. He died in Washington in 1871. Descendants lived in New York and elsewhere. Genealogy, ca. 1540-1928.

Includes the Dickinson, Hall and other related families.

In Virginia State Library. Genealogical notes [collection] Box 13, Smi.

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