|Birth: ||1887, Poland|
|Death: ||Oct. 5, 1948|
Standard Times, New Bedford, Wednesday, 6 October 1948, p 2.
Joseph Smith [Jósef Smyt]
Joseph Smith, husband of Mrs. Victoria (Nowakowska) Smith of 120 Cedar Grove Street, died yesterday at St. Luke's Hospital following a three-year illness.
Born in Miesiencu, Poland, he came to this city 42 years ago. He last was employed as a mill hand in the Soule Mill. He was a member of the Tow Adama Miczkiewicza of the Polish Roman Catholic Union. We was also a communicant of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church.
Surviving besides his widow are two sons, Stanley and Joseph T. J. both of this city.
Wiktorya Nowakowski Smith (1887 - 1960)*
Tu spoczywaja S.P.
1886 Josef 1948
1888 Wiktorya 1960
Prosza Ozdrowas Marya
Meaning: Here lie Joseph and his wife, Wiktorya, asking for a hail Mary.
Note: Joseph Smith was born Josef Smyt in Myszyniec, Russia (now Poland). His surname also appears as Schmidt in various documents.
Sacred Heart Old Cemetery
Plot: Section West 27, Row 1, Grave 54
Created by: Stephen Potkay
Record added: Oct 16, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 118818586
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