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Re: Levy County 1800's Thadeaus Smith
Posted by: Rod Smith (ID *****1321) Date: June 04, 2002 at 15:08:23
In Reply to: Re: Levy County 1800's Thadeaus Smith by Alvie Davidson of 451

Alvis

Thank you for your response.

Since my posting I have been able to connect with my family.

As you pointed out:
THADDEUS ARKANSAS(Warsaw?)SMITH, son of LOVET SMITH and MOURNING ?, married on 12/19/1880, in Levy County, FL, VICTORIA EUGENIA WILKINSON, daughter of JAMES HENRY WILKINSON,Sr and MARY AMANDA HIGHSMITH. These are my G-G-Grandparents. As you see, Victoria's mother was a HIGHSMITH.

This all came as a surprise, in that my mother was also a HIGHSMITH, which means that I am related to the same family tree on both sides of my family. *This may explain a lot*
Guess this family tree doesn't have a lot of branches.

I don't beleive that I am related to the AARON SMITH that you mentioned, at all.

Thanks again,
Rod


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