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Asenath Annable Smith
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Birth: Feb. 4, 1756
East Haddam
Middlesex County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Dec. 14, 1825
Middlefield
Hampshire County
Massachusetts, USA

Asenath's parents were Joseph Annable (born March 19, 1720 in Barnstable, MA, died September 9, 1808) and Temperance Crocker (born October 3, 1724 in Barnstable, MA, died August 12, 1820).

Asenath Annable and Matthew Smith were married in East Haddam, CT on December 1, 1777 and they had nine children, the first two were born in East Haddam CT, the rest were born in Middlefield MA.

Anna 1778 - 1782
Azariah 1780 - 1782
Anna 1782 - 1859
Azariah 1784 - 1846
Matthew 1787 - 1855
Joseph 1789 - 1849
John 1792 - 1811
Asenath 1794 - 1810
Samuel 1797 - 1877 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Temperance Crocker Annable (1724 - 1820)
 
 Spouse:
  Matthew Smith (1753 - 1833)
 
 Children:
  Anna Smith (1778 - 1780)*
  Azariah Smith (1780 - 1782)*
  Matthew Smith (1787 - 1855)*
  Samuel Smith (1797 - 1877)*
 
 Sibling:
  Asenath Annable Smith (1756 - 1825)
  Anna Annable Smith (1762 - 1852)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
In Memory of Asenah Smith wife of Matthew Smith who died Decr 14 1825 aged 69 years
Why do we mourn departed friends
Or shake at deaths alarm;
'Tis but the voice which Jesus sends,
To call them to his arms.
 
Burial:
Middlefield Center Cemetery
Middlefield
Hampshire County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: K. Simmons
Record added: Sep 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 59276253
Asenath <i>Annable</i> Smith
Added by: K. Simmons
 
 
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- Camille Phelps
 Added: Apr. 21, 2013
We recognize the extraordinary contribution and dedication of Revolutionary War spouses and families. Their support and sacrifices enabled the founding of this Great Nation. Thank you, Asenath Anable Smith.
-Anonymous
 Added: May. 13, 2011
 
 
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