Patience <I>Cox</I> Smith

Patience Cox Smith

Birth
Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA
Death
29 Sep 1866 (aged 87)
Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island, USA
Burial
Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island, USA
Memorial ID
70713951 View Source

Patience (Cox) Smith was the widow of Josiah Randall, a paper manufacturer who was involved in the Greenville Manufacturing Co. which was located homestead property. Patience Cox (her birth name) married Josiah Randall on Jan. 4, 1804. He died in 1813. Patience married Jacob. V. Greene (#871) in 1814. Jacob V. Greene died in 1815 and next Patience married a third time to Rev. Jonathan Smith, Baptist Clergyman. After Rev. Smith’s death, she lived the rest of her life on the General Nathanael Greene homestead property with her daughter Elizabeth Margaret. She was described as a vigorous women with faculties unimpaired when in her 80th year, she visited in Hartford CT. and attended church with a sister of 84 yrs and a brother of 82 yrs. Her family being remarkable for their longevity.

Parents:
. Samuel Cox
. Elizabeth Bird

Patience (Cox) Smith was the widow of Josiah Randall, a paper manufacturer who was involved in the Greenville Manufacturing Co. which was located homestead property. Patience Cox (her birth name) married Josiah Randall on Jan. 4, 1804. He died in 1813. Patience married Jacob. V. Greene (#871) in 1814. Jacob V. Greene died in 1815 and next Patience married a third time to Rev. Jonathan Smith, Baptist Clergyman. After Rev. Smith’s death, she lived the rest of her life on the General Nathanael Greene homestead property with her daughter Elizabeth Margaret. She was described as a vigorous women with faculties unimpaired when in her 80th year, she visited in Hartford CT. and attended church with a sister of 84 yrs and a brother of 82 yrs. Her family being remarkable for their longevity.

Parents:
. Samuel Cox
. Elizabeth Bird


Inscription

Mother
Patience Smith
Died
Sept 29, 1866
Aged 87 years

Farewell dear suffering mother
All thy pains and toils are over
Thee hast gained a home with Jesus
On that peaceful happy shore

Gravesite Details

Her stone is marble


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