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History of James Agee Smith : featuring the man, his book, his grandson

by Geneve Smith Deuel
Books/Monographs
English
[Spring Lake, Utah] : G.S. Deuel, 1999
[10], 88, [9] leaves. : ill. (some col.), geneal. tables, maps, ports. (some col.).

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James Agee Smith (1787-1875) was born in Sullivan County, Tennessee, the son of George Thomas Smith (1741-1834) and Lear or Leah Agree Smith (between 1751 &1755-1815). He married Margaret Love Stevens (1790-1865), a widow with one son, in 1810 in Sullivan or Smith County, Tennessee. They had nine children, 1810-ca. 1830. They joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1840-1842. The family migrated to Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1844 and west to Utah with the Mormon pioneers in 1849. Margaret Love Smith died at Washington, Washington County, Utah. James Agee Smith died at Pahreah, Kane County, Utah and was buried at Washington, Utah.

Includes family group sheets for James Agee Smith and his family; James' father, George Thomas Smith and his family; and James' brother, Richard Smith (1792-1876) and his family.

Also includes information about the ancestry of James Agee Smith. Ancestors include: Thomas Smith (b. 1680) of Linclnshire, England and Virginia -- Mathew Isaac Agee (between 1660 & 1670-1735) of Nantes, France and Manakin, Virginia.

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