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Mr Thomas Smith
1911 England & Wales Census
Birth:Circa 1874 - Place
Residence:Day Month 1911 - Place
Wife:Name of spouse
Children:Mary Smith and names of 4 more children
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Text:"... speaking of the year 1782, said: ThomasSmith, Esq., afterward one of the Judges of the Supreme Court, brought quarterly from the East the most abstruse learning of the profession to puzzle the backwoods..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1904
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF THE REV. THOMASSMITH. 29 November 1, 1801, he married Mrs. Jane Loring, third daughter of Shrimpton Hunt, and widow of Dr. Loring, of Boston, who survived him. His children were as follows..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...I70 THOMASSMITH disappointed or offended by the persecutions of Dr. Ewing of Dr. Nisbett. Neither of them can now move me.^ Mr. Smith remained a trustee of Dickinson College all his life, and during..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1809
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... wrote to his son the following letter, directed To ye Rev. Mr. ThomasSmith, at Falmouth, Casco Bay. Per Lt. Wright. St. Georges Fort, April, 6, 1727. Last night arrived here Lt. Wright, with express from..."
Date:1849
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Text:"... speaking of the year 1782, said: ThomasSmith, Esq., afterward one of the Judges of the Supreme Court, brought quarterly from the East the most abstruse learning of the profession to puzzle the backwoods..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1809
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF THE REV. THOMASSMITH. 29 November 1, 1801, he married Mrs. Jane Loring, third daughter of Shrimpton Hunt, and widow of Dr. Loring, of Boston, who survived him. His children were as follows..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...IB MEMOIR OF THE REV. THOMASSMITH. all occasions which brought them together, than there is in this prosaic and utilitarian age. And with these opposite traits of character, this severe and earnest..."
Date:1849
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Text:"...16 MEMOIR OF THE REV. THOMASSMITH. all occasions which brought them together, than there is in this prosaic and utilitarian age. ^ And with these opposite traits of character, this severe..."
Date:1849
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Text:"... wrote to liis son the following letter, directed To ye Rev. Mr. ThomasSmith, at Falmouth, Casco Bay. Per Lt. Wright. St. Georges Fort, April. 6, 1727. Last night arrived here Lt. Wright, with express..."
Date:1849