Last name: Smith
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Denee' Higman Kaveny
My great grandma Gladis Viola Smith - Jones - O'Grady
Hello my name is mandy smith i found out last yr that my father was arnold smith and his father was arnold smith too and senior arnolds mother was edith smith spite connected to romanys but im still doing my tree carnt seem to find her mother lizzie smith i think lived with joseph spite as i can not find no record of marriage but still plodding on .
Chelsea Smith Williams
Love My Name,Smith And Williams Because There Really Popluar.
shirley munholland mcknight
My grandmother was mrytle maggie smith ,Munholland,Hopper ,Shes buried in Epps,La.at midway cemetery.She died around 1938.Think she had a brother,John Smith, lived in monroe,La.
Thats really interesting that my surname is really popular and it has a long history behind it.
I have been trying to locate some Smith's. My wife's father is Trevor Smith. However, she's never met him nor any family from his side. The little that I know is that Trevor Smith's mother is Telma Henry and they were born in Jamaica. Thelma Henry lived in the USA at some point (Washington). Any of you Smith's has any idea or suggestion? I would appreciate your feedback!
I was always told it was jewish!
Susan Elizabeth Smith
I am looking for South African Smith's who stayed in and around Cedarville and Kokstad. My grandfather was Paulus Johannes Martens Smith born 18/3/1896 and his father was Johannes Petrus Smith and mother was Susanna Katrina Maartens I am trying to look up family history but cannot find anything related to my grandfathers family and where they came from. I would appreciate any help and information.
my mothers maiden name is smith, she was born in sheffield i found my great grand fathers name is ernest smith (1910-1960) his parents george smith (1861-1918) he married elizabeth dent (1862-1924). i dont really know anyone else with that surname in sheffield, england. if anyone is let me know......im always on facebook.
...John Smith (1580 - 1631), explorer and writer, who helped to found the state of Virginia. While state of Virginia would not be entirely incorrect, it might more accurately be said "colony of Virginia so early in history. Gary
that's cool how i can learn about my generation
Most of my family is from Ireland.Last name smith,related to scully family.Born in New York city.and raise in California.father >George,mom>Mary.both were from the trii/state area. I have 2 brothers,Robert & Harry, both older then me, by 2 to 4 yrs.never knew them,I was given to my uncle to raise.I`m 70 yrs old now,would love to meet them.
My maiden name was Smith and when I was a little girl I hated it because everyone said how common the name was but to this day I don't know any other Smiths but my own family. After finding out that Smiths were minders, soldiers or guards I think it's a pretty cool name to have now.
Tracing my family tree and the Smiths in my family were crofters, farmers and estate workers from Morayshire, Scotland....neighbouring Aberdeenshire mentioned earlier.
Smiths are so cool I've learned so much about my family now
Kyle Coley Smith Jan. 14th 1986
I was adopted and my Biological father is Troy Smith.
Kevin X. Smith
My Dad told me everyone at the beginning of the world was named "Smith" and when they did something wrong they had to change their name.
My cousin is named Jonathan Smith, my uncle was named John Smith and my Grandfather was named John Johnston Smith lol My family is very original.