|Birth: ||Feb. 16, 1826|
|Death: ||Mar. 3, 1866|
There is no marker in the Calais, Maine, cemetary.
Just as had happened to her step children, her own surviving children were divided up and distributed among relatives. Walter, probably the youngest, later disappeared after leaving his employer "out west" as a young man.
Many years later her daughter Mary Helen (Loring) Waldron received a letter requesting funds to pay for the moving of the grave or for provision of a gravestone? We are unsure which. She was unable to pay. (CHH Dec 2003). Sharon Howland, a local specialist on this cemetary, advises there is no record that this grave was ever moved. There is no gravestone.
William Smith (1801 - 1861)
Mary Black Smith (1807 - 1890)
Mary Helen Loring Waldron (1858 - 1930)*
Catherine Smith Loring (1826 - 1866)
Charles Smith (1827 - 1848)*
John Smith (1830 - ____)*
Eliza Peliga Smith Thompson (1832 - 1901)*
William Smith (1834 - 1910)*
Thomas Smith (1836 - 1914)*
Margaret Ann Smith Hatch (1838 - 1911)*
Victoria Alexandria Smith Pollard (1840 - 1933)*
Maria Jane Smith Mowatt (1843 - 1916)*
Robert Smith (1847 - 1922)*
Note: EA Block 59 S.E. 54'
Created by: Kathy Bailey
Record added: Sep 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97698975
Rest In Peace GG Grand Aunt|
Added: Jul. 22, 2014