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Daniel Smith -42- NY
Spouse: Elizabeth -30- England
2 children in household
Charlotte Jane Smith
Charlotte Jane said to have been born PA
but if this is my Charlotte Jane, daughter
of Temple and Martha Ann (Scott) Smith
she was born 1866 Melbourn Boone Co IA
and if this is their son Albert said to have
been born 1868 24 April and died 29 Sept
1868 then could I have his date of death
Charlotte was with her family in 1880
Frontier Co NE census although brother
Albert was not.
Who was Daniel Smith? Temple only
had sisters Mary "Polly", unk sister
born 1837 died 1850, Caroline, Charlotte
Jane and brother James Adams.
Do not know anything about Temple Smiths' father John A. if he had any
brothers or sisters.
Help with this family please and thanks.
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