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Re: Does anyone know were JSB is buried?
Posted by: Eleanor Baisden (ID *****6162) Date: January 10, 2005 at 15:19:25
In Reply to: Does anyone know were JSB is buried? by Marcella Gibson of 557

I believe you are inquiring about Jean Schmidt Baisden, aka John Smith Baisden, aka John Smith, born in Philadelphia Pa on November 17, 1758. Sorry, I do not know where he is buried, but just in case you didn't have it, his revolutionary war record (ID #R9767) is located in the National Archives under the name "Smith, John" AND his revolutionary war service was confirmed by the Daughters of the American Revolution on October 9, 2004. He will be included in the DAR's Patriot Index. The documents in National Archives are quite interesting. Anyone who can prove descendancy from him is now eligible to join any of the patriotic organizations, such as DAR, that require such descendancy as a condition of membership. I am related through his son Edward, known as "Neddie." Eleanor Baisden


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