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51 George is not listed in the will of John Smethwick, but he was initiated into the Stationers Livery via "patrimony" of John in 1631. We can make the assumption that he and possibly his wife Joan were deceased or estranged from father John by 1641 since they were not named as an heir of any assets. Smethwick, George (I3363)
52 Haberdasher by trade, and Lord Mayor of London in 1596. Billingsley, Henry (I3224)
53 Henry lists his cousin "Hugh" as a vintner. The same Hugh is here: -- if you look at the source image, it lists vintner next to his name. Smithwick, Henry (I387)
54 His death registration indicates he was a bachelor farmer. Bradshaw, Joseph (I2413)

26 May 1585: Leversage Hassall son of Ralph Hassall baptised the 26th day of May William Smethwicke and William Leversage junior gentlemen and Jane Rode the wife of Randle Rode of Rode Esquire being the godparents of the said child

30 Aug 1596: Eleanor Leversage daughter of William Leversage gentleman and Eleanor his wife was baptised in the parish church of Sandbach the 30th of August Thomas Leversage gentleman and Frances Smethwicke wife of William Smethwicke gentleman and Jane Moreton wife of William Moreton gentleman being sponsors

5 Jun 1598: William Leversage son of William Leversage gentleman was baptised the fifth day of June William Leversage William Bulkeley Esquires William Yardley William Lawton William Moreton William Smethwicke William Allen William Hassall and William Llandyn and Elizabeth Delves wife of blank in original Delves being the godparents and sponsors of the said child

15 Feb 1620: Frances Leversage daughter of Thomas Leversage gentleman and Dorothy his wife was baptised the 15th day of the month of February Roger Wilbram Wilbraham of Namptwich gentleman Frances Smethwicke wife of William Smethwicke gentleman and Anne Oldfeild wife of Thomas Oldfeild Esquire being the godparents and sponsors of the said child  
Smethwick, William (I3315)

1577: A son of Edward Smethwicke gentleman buried 27th March  
Smethwick, Edward (I3312)
57 I believe she is mis-written as "Ruth" in the 1920 Census. Telmar, Lottie (I1974)
58 In 1807, Elizabeth Wall remarried Abraham Orpen, MD Family F102
59 In Catholic parish register, mother appears to be incorrectly listed as "Ellen" for Thomas (1871) and Mary (1874), and "Mary" for Joseph (1872).  Family F827
60 Info about Mary's presumed father: Thrale, Mary (I3392)
61 Jack Keating was a well respected general practioner in the town of New Milford. He died at the young age of 42 years leaving his widow, Terry, with the responsibility of raising their five children.  Keating, Dr. John Joseph (I461)
62 Joan first married her cousin Robert de Radclyffe of Todmorden. In 1398, Francis, Cardinal of Lusanna sent a letter, from St. Peters on Non mart 8 Boniface IX, to the Bishop of Lichfield or his vicar, confirming the validity of a matrimonial dispensation obtained by Robert de Radclyf of Todmorden and Joan, the daughter of John de Radclyf. See Family F1102
63 JOHN SMITHWICK, b 1690, m 1st 1719, Jane Dunphy (d 10 Nov 1725), and had issue, five sons (who all dunm). He m 2ndly, Mary Grace, of Lazybush, co Kilkenny (d 2 Nov 1768), and d 28 April 1768, having by her had issue [Burke's Irish Family Records] Smithwick, John (I368)
64 Katherine is listed as a grandchild in the will of John Smethwick. Assuming she is the daughter of Francis as no other children of John are mentioned. Smethwick, Katherine (I3328)
65 Lincoln Daily News 6/19/1916
Word has been received in Lincoln from Sacramento of the marriage of Miss Georgia Smithwick of that place to Arthur Dewitt, one of Lincoln's businessmen. M/M DeWitt are expected to return to Lincoln sometime in July. (Note: Georgia is Annie's sister) 
Family F467
66 Listed as a brewer in the 1821 census fragments. Smithwick, George (I693)
67 Listed as an ensign in 1649 in the section on Lt. Col. Henry Smithwick in "Depositions of Cromwell's Adherents". Smithwick, Capt. Henry (I366)
68 Listed as [illeg]itimate in the Pallasgreen parish register. Family F7
69 Listed in the An Index to Freeholders? Registers of County Tipperary 1775-76 Smithwick, Oliver (I1827)
70 Listed in the Visitation of Cheshire in 1580. Smethwick, Thomas (I3311)
71 Living in Liss at time of marriage Family F1152
72 Lovely tribute from son Mike here: Smithwick, Dr. Robert Clark (I1367)
73 Making an assumption that William Michael died soon after birth -- a William Francis was born one year later, and the age of that William indicated on the immigration record matches. Smithwick, William Michael (I119)
74 Marcella, professed as a nun (Sister Mary of Perpetual Succour) in Order of Good Shepherd 18 April 1888.
- Burke's Irish Family Records 
Smithwick, Marcella (I1457)
75 Margrit was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho and died in Washington, DC of a brain aneurysm. She graduated from Stonehill College and worked as a corporate meeting planner in D.C. She is buried with her cousin and very good friend, Dean Durbrow, in the Keating plot. She leaves behind her parents, Norm and Colleen Keating Marks, her brother, Norman Marks, and many friends and relatives. She loved life and lived every day to its fullest. Margrit was an organ donor and saved many lives.  Marks, Margrit Keating (I465)
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I603)
77 Marriage: regnal 22R2 Family F1102
78 Marriage: regnal 9H8 Family F1106
79 Martha Smithwick is possible wife for this Henry. Family F138
80 Master of the Ironmongers Company, London. Clitheroe, Henry (I427)
81 Member of the Skinners company Smethwick, Thomas (I3323)
82 No US immigration records found, and he was not with Catherine Bradshaw and siblings on arrival to US in 1896. Smithwick, Peter Joseph (I115)
83 Note that Cottage is listed as the home of George Smithwick in the Will of Peter Smithwick. See: Smithwick, Robert Henry (I1331)
84 Note that in the 1900 Census, the family name is written
"Tetakovsky" (transcribed as "Tetakoosky"); in 1910, "Teterofsky" (transcribed as "Teterophy"); in 1915, "Tetakofsky" (transcribed as "Tetckefsky"); in 1920, "Takofsky".

Also, in naturalization papers, Morris reports his ship as the Albbe which arrived 10 Dec 1891, but this appears to be incorrect. A ship's manifest shows him having arrived on 12 Jan 1892 in the Scandia with his mother and brother. 
(Teterkofsky) Telmar, (Moses) Morris (I1967)
85 Note that the house on Peck Lane which was 170 is currently numbered 421. Here's a direct link to it on Google Maps:,-72.9163713,20z Smithwick, John Patrick (I6)
86 Noted publisher of Shakespeare

If his apprenticeship with Thomas Newman began in 1589, he was probably 14 years old. 
Smethwick, John (I3277)
87 Obituary:

Richard James Howard, 72, son of the late Hermine and Stewart Howard, passed away August 2, 2017, from complications of Alzheimer's Disease. He resided in Cumming, Georgia, before living at Peregrine Landing Assisted Living in Norcross. He is survived by his wife Linda, daughters Carolyn Canouse and Shannon Smothers, son in laws Jack Canouse and Eric Smothers of Alpharetta. He loved his four grandchildren, Casey Marie DeSandre, Rachel Nicole Canouse, Elise Victoria Canouse, Juan Ledezma, and his Grandson in law, Justin DeSandre. He is also survived by a sister, Ruthann Smithwick of Salisbury, Connecticut, along with sister in laws, Carol Mannello of Connecticut and Fran Pistilli of Florida, brother in laws Tom Mannello and Thomas Pistilli, and several nieces and nephews.

Rich (Dick) worked in Commercial Regional Construction for Family Dollar, Just For Feet, and Fred's Stores. He also was Director of Real Estate and Construction for Aaron's in Atlanta. He partially retired and still worked at Stars and Strikes.

Rich was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend. He loved collecting and studying weapons from the Civil War period in history. He was an avid reader who read until a year prior to his passing. One of his favorite things to do was playing horseshoes with his Mountain Park friends.

A memorial service will be held Friday, August 11th, 11 AM, at St Bridgid's Catholic Church, 3400 Old Alabama Rd, in Alpharetta/Johns Creek. Memorial contributions in Rich's memory will build a house for a special family in Peru. Online donations at or mail to 9020 Woodland Trail, Alpharetta, GA 30009. (Checks payable to Make a Miracle.)

Richard's family would like to express our thanks to Halcyon Hospice of Athens, and for the wonderful staff at Peregrine Landing. 
Howard, Richard James (I35)
Grennan, Delia M. (I2756)
89 Occupation: clothier Laud, William (I3261)
90 Oxford MTS 1627-1628; MA 2 Dec 1642; FRS (Fellow of the Royal Society) 1667

Pupil of William Oughtred; amateur optical instrument maker; worked with Hooke; made a microscope, a telescope, and some burning glasses; F.R.S. in 1667. 
Smethwick, Francis (I3326)
91 Parents John and Margaret (Trafford) Radcliff were married 1375. Ratcliff, Joan (I3294)
92 Parson of Plemstall, Cheshire, UK Smethwick, Ralph (I3292)
93 Per Adam Phaneuf Phaneuf, Richard Leon (I3693)
94 Per Anthony Arthur: most likely this Henry was born out of wedlock to Michael Smithwick of Mount Catherine (

Per Fiona McMahon: Henry may have been disowned by family for marrying a catholic as this Henry was not catholic. A story from the non catholic Dagg side of the family is that Henry was not born out of wedlock but was written off by his family when he ran off with Anne Hogan niece of a local parish priest. Morgan paul mc Mahon account letter also indicates his wife's mothers father converted as a result of marrying a catholic Carey. A genealogist who I commissioned also told me that one of the land deeds suggested this Henry was closely related to Peter smithwick of Shanbally & to mount Catherine Smithwicks. My sense is that Henry's father was either mount Catherine William or Williams son Michael or from another son of William. 
Smithwick, Henry (I705)
95 Per Donald De Witt: Richard was responsible for naming the town (started as a railroad siding) of Smithwick, South Dakota. Smithwick, Richard Henry (I1333)
96 Per Fiona McMahon: Anne Mary Carey born 1833 was daughter of a Miss O'Brien who married Carey. These O'Briens were dispossessed in the Cromwellian confiscation of Carrigogunnel Castle in County Limerick. Ann Carey's uncle, Father Crotty, parish priest in Castleconnell Co. Clare reared her. Daniel O'Connell used to dine with Father Crotty and Ann often sat on his knee as a child. Source = Morgan Paul McMahons letter of account. Woodford House built in 1821 in Castleconnell was held by Patrick Carey junior in early 1850s, his father was William Pat Carey of Woodrow died 05 Dec 1809 age 36 yrs. Carey, Anne Mary (I716)
97 Per Jimmy Cavanaugh, John was with the Rainbow Division in WWI, was gassed, and "was not the same when he returned". Galvin, John Patrick (I2571)
98 Peter retired from farming at Shanbally, leaving his son John in charge. Peter, Mary and their son George lived at Tullamore Park near Nenagh until they died. This taken from relative, Marjorie Smithwick Quarton. Smithwick, Peter (I291)
99 Possible arrival:
ARRIVAL DATE: 16 Apr 1891
AGE: 21
PORT OF DEPARTURE: Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland
PORT OF ARRIVAL: New York, New York
SHIP NAME: Majestic 
Bradshaw, Thomas (I2414)
100 Possible burial 16 Nov 1782 from Randal, Martha (I3439)

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