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Isabella Smith Hope
Birth: Nov. 3, 1783
South Carolina, USA
Death: 1870

Married James Hope who was born July 13, 1779. Daughter of James Smith and Mary Henry. Her father, James Smith, and her maternal grandfather, William Henry, were both Revolutionary patriots from South Carolina. It has been said that James Hope was an Irishman, whether born in this country or not, is not known. He spoke with a decided Irish accent. The census of 1850 lists children of this couple as having been born in Tennessee. He was a Justice of the Peace in Pike County in the 1820s. He is listed as the head of family in the 1816 census for Pike County, Mississippi. The Hope family lived on Bala Chitto Creek in Pike County, Mississippi. Not known for sure if she died in Pike County, Mississippi or Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. For sure, somewhere in this locale with it being on the state line of both states. Note from Tim DeBoor: The 1870 Federal Census indicates that Isabella Hope is very much alive and living with her youngest daughter Angeline Hope Dykes and her husband Jordan Dykes in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. I have not been able to find a death certificate for Isabela yet so I list the date of death as "aft 1870".

Children:

1. H. S. Hope, born November 23, 1803, married Mary McClendon
2. Abner Hope, born July 3, 1805
3. Nancy Hope*, born October 2, 1807 on the French Broad River, east Tennessee, died July 17, 1888, married William Simmons October, 1824, buried William Simmons Cemetery, Pike County, Mississippi
4. Mary (Polly) Hope, born October 2, 1809, died before 1850, married John Simmons and lived east of Osyka near Mt Zion Church
5. Barcenia Hope, born May 4, 1813, died March 1, 1885, married Thomas Simmons September 10, 1828, and lived near Wesson, Copiah County, Mississippi, buried Providence Campground Methodist Church, Rockport, Mississippi
6. Margaret Hope, born August 5, 1815, died September 1, 1891 at home 1.5 miles east of Osyka, Pike County, Mississippi, married Isham E. Varnado, buried I. H. Varnado Cemetery, 1 mile NE of Osyka, Pike County, Mississippi
7. Charlotte Hope, born October 23, 1816
8. James Hope, Jr., born 1819
9. Cintha (Cinderella) Hope, born May 31, 1821
10. William Nolan (Bill) Hope, born August 9, 1823, died before 1884, married Delilah Varnado and lived south of Mt. Zion Church
11. Elizabeth Hope, born January 15, 1826, died December 25, 1871, married Ira P. Alford, buried William Simmons Cemetery
12. Angeline Hope, born May 9, 1828

* Our ancestor


 
 
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 Parents:
  James Smith (1740 - 1821)
  Mary Henry Smith (1740 - 1819)
 
 Spouse:
  James Hope (1779 - 1831)*
 
 Children:
  Nancy M. Hope Simmons (1807 - 1888)*
  Barcenia Hope Simmons (1813 - 1885)*
  Margaret Hope Varnado (1815 - 1891)*
  Cynthia Isabella Hope Felder (1821 - 1848)*
  William Nolan Hope (1823 - ____)*
  Elizabeth Hope Alford (1826 - 1871)*
  Angeline Smith Hope Dykes (1828 - 1904)*
 
 Sibling:
  William H. Smith (1777 - 1857)*
  Isabella Smith Hope (1783 - 1870)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
William Hope Cemetery
Kentwood
Tangipahoa Parish
Louisiana, USA
 
Created by: Jean Roberts
Record added: Sep 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41423563
 

My great-great-great-great grandmother through my paternal grandmother Lula Elaine Prescott Roberts, her father Willis P. "Joe" Prescott, his mother Talitha Simmons Prescott, her mother Nancy M. Hope Simmons.
- Jean Roberts
 Added: Apr. 18, 2014

- Joseph M.Petri
 Added: Jul. 16, 2013
My 3rd. Great-Grandmother Barcenia Hope
- Regina Baker
 Added: Jun. 12, 2013
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