Sanford Alvah Smith

Sanford Alvah Smith

Birth
Guilford, Windham County, Vermont, USA
Death
16 Feb 1910 (aged 68)
Guilford, Windham County, Vermont, USA
Burial
Guilford Center, Windham County, Vermont, USA
Memorial ID
6594339 View Source

Son of Alvah Smith,and Lucinda Weatherhead Smith, Drummer boy in Civil War Company B, 16th Reg. Vermont Volunters. Participated in Battle of Gettsburg. Partner in "Alvah Smith and Sons", then "Smith & Hunt",(Partnered with Brother in Law Samuel Hunt), which became "S.A.Smith& Co." Represented Guilford in the legislature of 1888, Chairman of commitee of Finance, Senator in 1890, Since 1884 was Director of Peoples National Bank. Married to Ellen Hunt,(March 23,1864),three sons,Fred Lyman, Charles Alvah, and Willie,(died in infancy), and then married Lila Boyd,(August 2,1898), no children

Son of Alvah Smith,and Lucinda Weatherhead Smith, Drummer boy in Civil War Company B, 16th Reg. Vermont Volunters. Participated in Battle of Gettsburg. Partner in "Alvah Smith and Sons", then "Smith & Hunt",(Partnered with Brother in Law Samuel Hunt), which became "S.A.Smith& Co." Represented Guilford in the legislature of 1888, Chairman of commitee of Finance, Senator in 1890, Since 1884 was Director of Peoples National Bank. Married to Ellen Hunt,(March 23,1864),three sons,Fred Lyman, Charles Alvah, and Willie,(died in infancy), and then married Lila Boyd,(August 2,1898), no children


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