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Francis Washington Smith

Birth
Lamar County, Alabama, USA
Death
2 Mar 1918 (aged 81)
Waco, McLennan County, Texas, USA
Burial
Waco, McLennan County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
174637460 View Source

per death cert.
Male
Retired Farmer
father: W H Smith
mother: Weathers

From info provided by: GENEALOGYLOVE (#47646375)
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Francis Washington Smith, who resided in Lamar County, Ala. Clay County, Miss., 1878 — 1895, is at present a resident of Waco, Texas. He served as private and flag-bearer in the Civil War, being a private in the 27th Alabama Regiment. He took part in all the important battles in which the Army of Northern "Virginia was engaged, from 1861 to 1863, and was disabled at Franklin, Tenn. in November, 1864. ********************************************************************* William Hall Smith of Jackson, ex-State Superintendent of Education of Mississippi, was born February 8th, 1866, near Vernon, Lamar County, Alabama, and is the son of Francis Washington Smith and Martha Jane Brazil Smith. Prof. Smith is of fine old English and Irish ancestry and is descended from early English and Irish families that settled In Virginia and North and South Carolina, ******************************************************************** Prof. Smith's mother was the daughter of John Wesley Brazil and Elizabeth Jane Brazil of Lamar County, Alabama. *********************************************************************The Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi – Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History

per death cert.
Male
Retired Farmer
father: W H Smith
mother: Weathers

From info provided by: GENEALOGYLOVE (#47646375)
-------------------------
Francis Washington Smith, who resided in Lamar County, Ala. Clay County, Miss., 1878 — 1895, is at present a resident of Waco, Texas. He served as private and flag-bearer in the Civil War, being a private in the 27th Alabama Regiment. He took part in all the important battles in which the Army of Northern "Virginia was engaged, from 1861 to 1863, and was disabled at Franklin, Tenn. in November, 1864. ********************************************************************* William Hall Smith of Jackson, ex-State Superintendent of Education of Mississippi, was born February 8th, 1866, near Vernon, Lamar County, Alabama, and is the son of Francis Washington Smith and Martha Jane Brazil Smith. Prof. Smith is of fine old English and Irish ancestry and is descended from early English and Irish families that settled In Virginia and North and South Carolina, ******************************************************************** Prof. Smith's mother was the daughter of John Wesley Brazil and Elizabeth Jane Brazil of Lamar County, Alabama. *********************************************************************The Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi – Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History


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