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Mrs Elizabeth Smith Smith
Birth: 1602, England
Death: Mar. 16, 1686
South Hadley
Hampshire County
Massachusetts, USA

Wife of Samuel Smith. She landed in Boston from England in 1634, along with her husband and four oldest children.

Her parentage and origins are unknown at this time, though her surname has been identified as Smith(or Smyth) from parish registers of St.Margaret's, Whatfield, Co. Suffolk where her marriage to Samuel is recorded. Earlier resources indicating her surname to have been "Chileab" have been refuted.

Children: Samuel Smith Jr, Elizabeth Smith Foote Gull, Mary Smith Graves, Philip Smith, Chileab Smith, and John Smith.

◦Samuel Smith b. Feb 1626
◦Elizabeth Smith+ b. Jan 1627, d. 1711
◦Mary Smith+ b. Oct 1628, d. 16 Dec 1668
◦Philip Smith, Deacon (Lt.)+ b. 25 Nov 1632, d. 10 Jan 1685
◦Chileab Smith+ b. c 1635, d. 7 Mar 1731
◦John Smith+ b. c 1638, d. 30 May 1676

Family links: 
  Samuel Smith (1602 - 1680)
  Elizabeth Smith Foote (1627 - 1711)*
  Mary Smith Graves (1628 - 1668)*
  Philip Smith (1630 - 1631)*
  Philip Smith (1632 - 1685)*
  Chileab Smith (1636 - 1731)*
  John Smith (1637 - 1676)*
*Calculated relationship
Old Hadley Cemetery
Hampshire County
Massachusetts, USA
Created by: S.A. Smith IV
Record added: Jul 31, 2002
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God Bless You, my 8X great grandmother.
- 13th Generation Fairbanks in America
 Added: Feb. 14, 2015
In remberance of my 10th great grandmother.
- Mgrtz
 Added: Feb. 3, 2015
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