|Birth: ||Mar. 4, 1702|
|Death: ||Apr. 4, 1774|
Deacon Jonathan Smith's first wife was Rebecca Dickinson Smith, married on Dec 16,1725.
His second wife, married on Jan 31,1734, was Mehitable Cook Smith.
Children(by first marriage): Oliver Smith
Children(by second marriage): Enos Smith, Rebecca Smith Cook, Seth Smith, Mehitable Smith Smith, Anna Smith Eastman, Enos Smith, Jonathan Smith Jr, Seth Smith, Ebenezer Smith, and Perez Smith.
Luke Smith (1666 - 1748)
Mary Crow Smith (1672 - 1761)
Rebekah Dickinson Smith (1699 - 1726)*
Mehetable Cook Smith (1711 - 1768)*
Oliver Smith (1726 - 1808)*
Rebekah Smith Cook (1736 - 1762)*
Mehetabel Smith Smith (1739 - 1770)*
Anna Smith Eastman (1740 - 1777)*
Enos Smith (1745 - 1836)*
Seth Smith (1751 - 1828)*
Perez Smith (1754 - 1824)*
Samuel Smith (1699 - 1763)*
Jonathan Smith (1702 - 1774)
Ruth Smith Dickinson (1703 - ____)*
David Smith (1707 - 1771)*
In Memory of Deacon Jonathan Smith, Who
Died April 4th Anno Domi 1774 In
the 74th year of his Age.
"Whilst Living Men
My Tomb do View
Heres room for you."
There is a nice write up on this gravestone in "Graven Images - New England Stonecarving and Its Symbols, 1650-1815" by Ludwig. (Page 181)
Old Hadley Cemetery
Maintained by: Kevin Avery
Originally Created by: The Guardian
Record added: Apr 18, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18998012
Added: Aug. 6, 2013
Added: Dec. 27, 2008
You have been listed hoping others may find you as a part of their own family. Everyone deserves to be remembered and not forgotten...|
Added: Apr. 18, 2007