Emelie Chouteau daughter of August Chouteau, who was one of the conspicuous pioneer citizens of St. Louis, Missouri. The Chouteau home was one of the first established in that city.
Emilie Chouteau Smith is buried at Cave Hill in Louisville in the The Old Colonel's family plot along with two other unidentified burials.
"I found that Emilie Antoinette Chouteau 1802-1843 was married to Thomas Floyd Smith, Major, 1784-1843. They had five children, Philomena (my ancestor), Thomas Floyd Jr., Louis Chouteau, Azzelda and Mary. Thomas Floyd Smith Jr. 1832-1888 married Blanche Weissinger.
Information from the http://www.littlecolonel.com/places/peweevalley/beechmore.htm website.
Auguste Chouteau (1750 - 1829)
Thomas Floyd Smith (1784 - 1843)*
Thomas Floyd Smith (1835 - 1890)*
Philomena Smith Larned (1836 - 1901)*
Gabriel Sylvestre Chouteau (1794 - 1887)*
Emilie Antoinette Chouteau Smith (1802 - 1843)
Henri Pierre Chouteau (1805 - 1855)*
Cave Hill Cemetery
Created by: Greg Raike
Record added: Dec 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63215598