Nellie Smith1

F, b. circa 1871
     Nellie Smith was born circa 1871.1 She was the daughter of Jacob P. Smith and Mary A. Munsinger.1


  1. [S139] 1880 Federal Census, Carroll County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0178; FHL #1254178.

Nellie Smith1

F, b. March 1877
     Nellie Smith was born in March 1877.1 She was the daughter of Jacob P. Smith and Mary A. Munsinger.1


  1. [S172] 1900 Federal Census, Guthrie County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 434; FHL #1240434.

Nellie Lee Smith

F, b. 5 August 1888, d. April 1974
     Nellie Lee Smith was born on 5 August 1888 at Wichita, Sedgwick Co., KS.1 She was the daughter of David Owen Smith and Georgianna Frances Eakle. Nellie Lee Smith married Lewis Frederic Blenard, son of Christian Blenard and Susan Beasecker, on 17 December 1906, Ceremony by Rev. Keller.1 Nellie Lee Smith died in April 1974 at Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD, at age 85.2

Children of Nellie Lee Smith and Lewis Frederic Blenard


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 485.
  2. [S89] Social Security Death Index, online

Nellie Mae Smith

F, b. 21 January 1879, d. 21 June 1946
     Nellie Mae Smith was born on 21 January 1879 at Jackson Co., IA; daughter of Lydia Catherine "Kate" Smith, and apparently a man surnamed Green, and step-daughter of Leopold Born. Nellie's children, in their marriage and/or Social Security applications, gave their mother's maiden name as both Smith and Green. Nellie's mother Kate Smith was listed in the 1880 census of Sabula, Jackson County, Iowa, page 459C, in her parents' household, in which she was listed as age 20, single. Nellie was not listed.1

She married Truman Oliver Price, son of David W. Price and Sarah C. Davis, circa 1896.2,1 Nellie Mae Smith died on 21 June 1946 at age 67. She was buried in June 1946 at Mountain View Memorial Park, Lakewood, Pierce Co., WA, Findagrave #126398328.

Children of Nellie Mae Smith and Truman Oliver Price


  1. [S959] 1910 Federal Census, Pierce County, Washington. Microfilm Image, Series T624, Rolls 1663-65; FHL #1375676-78.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 656.

Norman Fedor Smith

M, b. 24 March 1884, d. 14 November 1935
     Norman Fedor Smith was born on 24 March 1884. He married Elsie Dorothy Stracke on 29 April 1909 at 3305 Russell Avenue, St. Louis, MO,

Wedding Announcement -- St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. Louis, Missouri; Friday, 30 APR 1909, p.5 (

Miss Elsie Dorothy Stracke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stracke of 3305 Russell avenue, and Mr. Fedor Normand-Smith were married last evening at the home of the bride at the 6:30 o'clock. Rev. Louis Buchheimer of the English Evangelical Lutheran Church performed the ceremony in the presence of only the nearest relatives and friends. The bride wore an empire gown of white satin, trimmed in old rose point lace and carried a bouquet of valley lilies. Her veil, an heirloom in her family, was of rose point. Mrs. Oscar Herf, a cousin of the bride, was her only attendant, wearing a gown of white chiffon and carrying white flowers. The ceremony was followed by a dinner, after which Mr. and Mrs. Normand-Smith left for Ann Arbor, Mich., where they will be the guests of Prof. Albert Lockwood of the University of Michigan, an uncle of the bride. They will then go to New York, whence they will sail for Europe to spend the summer in travel.

Norman Fedor Smith died on 14 November 1935 at Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 51.

Child of Norman Fedor Smith and Elsie Dorothy Stracke

Normand Fedor Smith Jr.

M, b. 1918
     Normand Fedor Smith Jr. was born in 1918. He was the son of Norman Fedor Smith and Elsie Dorothy Stracke. Normand Fedor Smith Jr. married Nancy Leming, daughter of Oakley Delawter Leming and Mabel Strauss, after April 1940. Normand Fedor Smith Jr. began military service on 4 March 1941 at Albany, Albany Co., NY, WW II service, enlisted.

Olive Smith

F, b. 1879, d. 1959
     Olive Smith was born in 1879. She married John William Schoonover. Olive Smith died in 1959. She was buried in 1959 at Pollock Cemetery, Pollock, Sullivan Co., MO, Findagrave #55526456.

Child of Olive Smith and John William Schoonover

Olive C. Smith

F, b. 7 January 1908, d. 22 July 1921
     Olive C. Smith was born on 7 January 1908. She was the daughter of James Rodney Smith and Grace Alice Wilkins. Olive C. Smith died on 22 July 1921 at age 13.

Olive K. Smith1

F, b. 3 February 1907, d. 13 August 1999
     Olive K. Smith was born on 3 February 1907 at Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD.1 She was the daughter of Max Edward Smith and Mary Oswald Winter.1
Note: Newspaper article, The Daily Mail, Hagerstown, Maryland; Thursday, 3 JUN 1937, p.6 (

Gets Degree From Columbia

Miss Olive K. Smith, the daughter of Mrs. Max E. Smith, of this city, who received her Master of Arts degree from Columbia University on June 1 when commencement exercises were held at the Teachers College.

Miss Smith is well known in Hagerstown having been a member of the faculty of Winter Street School for several years. She is a graduate of the Hagerstown High School and Towson State Teachers College. Last year she received her Bachelor of Science degree from State Teachers College., Harrisonburg, in the field of history, and has continued in that field at Columbia.

While at Harrisonburg Miss Smith was made a member of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary fraternity, membership in which is based on scholastic standing and teaching success. She has been active in the fraternity at Columbia this year and has also taken part in various other campus activities.

After a few weeks vacation in New England, Miss Smith plans to go to Europe with one of the study groups from Columbia University to study the political conditions in Germany, Austria, and Italy. In the fall she exects to return to Columbia and continue her studies, working toward her Ph.D. degree.

Olive K. Smith married William Drew Bond after June 1937. Olive K. Smith lived in 1960 at Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL, city directory. She died on 13 August 1999 at Williston, Levy Co., FL, at age 92

Obituary -- Gainesville Sun, Gainesville, Florida; Sunday, 15 AUG 1999 (

Mrs. Olive K. Bond, 92

Olive K. Bond of Williston died Friday at Nature Coast Hospital in Williston. She was 92.

Mrs. Bond was a retired school teacher.

Born in Hagerstown, Md., she moved 10 years ago from Gainesville to Williston.

She was a Catholic.

Survivors include a son, Kim A. Bond of Archer and two grandsons, Kim A. Bond II of Archer and Michael D. Bond of Mt. Pleasant, S.C.


  1. [S1239] 1910 Federal Census, Washington County, Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 569; FHL #1374582.

Olive Rebecca Smith

F, b. 30 January 1907, d. 5 April 2004
     Olive Rebecca Smith was also known as "Bunch". She was born on 30 January 1907 at Spencer, Clay Co., IA. She married Raymond Arthur Schuneman in 1932. Olive Rebecca Smith died on 5 April 2004 at Spirit Lake, Dickinson Co., IA, at age 97

Obituary -- (

Olive "Bunch" Schuneman

Olive Rebecca Schuneman was born January 30, 1907, to Frank and Jessie C. Smith in Spencer, Iowa, at their home. When the nurse who had delivered the baby girl refused to give her a first bath, her father exclaimed, "Just give me that little bunch and I'll take care of her." The name "Bunch" would be hers for life!

"Bunch" was graduated as valedictorian of the Spencer High School in 1925. She matriculated to Frances Shimer College, Mt. Carrol, IL, where she studied primary education, completing work for the Associate of Arts Degree in 1927 – again the valedictorian of her class. She taught grade school in Pecatonica, IL and Spencer, IA, before moving to Spirit Lake, IA in 1932 when she married Art Schuneman, foreman of the Spirit Lake Beacon.

They moved to Milford in 1940 when they purchased The Milford Mail, working together as editor and publisher of the newspapers until 1958. They founded The Okobojian in 1945, and later acquired the Terril Record and Arnolds Park News which they incorporated into The Milford Mail. The papers were sold to W.E. Beck in 1958.

"Bunch" served multiple terms as a member of the Milford Library board and of the Milford (now Okoboji) Consolidated School Board. She was also elected chairperson of that board. She was a member of the Union Memorial Church and active in its Guild activities. She was also a member and past officer of the Lakes Chapter of the DAR. During World War II she served as a ration officer in the Milford area to support the War effort.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Jessie C. Smith, 1958, and her father, Frank Smith, in 1924. Her husband, Raymond Arthur Schuneman, died in 1987. Survivors include one son, Raymond Smith Schuneman, and his wife, Patricia Ward Schuneman of Minneapolis, as well as two grandsons, Thomas A. Schuneman (Mamye), Boston, and William Ward Schuneman (Michelle), Minneapolis

Memorials are preferred to the Dickinson County Historical Society.

She was buried in April 2004 at Lakeview Cemetery, Spirit Lake, Dickinson Co., IA, Findagrave #70743674.

Oliver Garfield Smith

M, b. 6 February 1883, d. 1960
     Oliver Garfield Smith was born on 6 February 1883 at Black Hawk Co., IA.1 He was the son of Eli John Smith and Anna Margaret Dage.1 Oliver Garfield Smith married Pearl Agnes Flickinger, daughter of Clayton Daniel Flickinger and Mary Catharine Strickler, on 10 May 1905 at Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA. Oliver Garfield Smith lived on 12 January 1920 at Orange Twp., Black Hawk Co., IA, farming.2 He died in 1960. He was buried in 1960 at Orange Township Cemetery, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA, Findagrave #95372857.

Children of Oliver Garfield Smith and Pearl Agnes Flickinger


  1. [S1336] 1900 Federal Census, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 418; FHL #1240418.
  2. [S1914] 1920 Federal Census, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 478.
  3. [S2123] 1910 Federal Census, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 392; FHL #1374405.

Oliver Leslie Smith

M, b. 24 August 1885, d. 24 January 1942
     Oliver Leslie Smith was born on 24 August 1885. He was the son of George W. Smith and Lydia Wilkin. Oliver Leslie Smith married Inez Stroup on 31 August 1915. Oliver Leslie Smith died on 24 January 1942 at age 56.

Oliver Norman Smith

M, b. 11 November 1876, d. 1 January 1945
     Oliver Norman Smith was also known as "Ollie". He was born on 11 November 1876 at Kentucky; son of John Henry and Phoebe C. (Bottoms) Smith. He married Margaret Florence Gilmore, daughter of James Irving Gilmore and Lucinda Ellen Berry, in November 1900. Oliver Norman Smith lived on 11 May 1910 at Lebanon Pike, Magisterial District 3, Taylor Co., KY, farming.1 He died on 1 January 1945 at Cambellsville, Taylor Co., KY, at age 68

Obituary -- (

The News-Journal, Thursday, January 4, 1945:

Funeral services for Ollie Norman Smith, 68 years of age, will be held Friday, Jan. 5, at 10:30 a.m. from the Cumberland Presbyterian Church with the Rev. J. M. Vaughn in charge assisted by the Rev. V. A. Jones. Burial will be at Shiloh. Mr. Smith, a well known farmer of the Red Fern section and native of Green County, died at his home here Jan. 1. He was the son of the late John H. and Phoebe Smith. He was married to Miss Maggie Gilmore in 1900 and to this union six children were born. Surviving are: John Irvin, Charlotte, N.C; Ira Smith, city; Mrs. Theo. Luffman and Mrs. Shelby Murrah, both of Louisville; and Mrs. Eural Clark, Anchorage. He leaves a brother, Truman Smith, of Creek Ridge, Colo., and a sister, Mrs. W. C. Payne, city, and thirteen grandchildren. Mr. Smith professed faith in 1903 and joined the Cumberland Presbyterian Church where he remained a member and served the church as Elder for several years.

He was buried in January 1945 at Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery, Cambellsville, Taylor Co., KY, Findagrave #90217100.

Children of Oliver Norman Smith and Margaret Florence Gilmore


  1. [S2116] 1910 Federal Census, Taylor County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 503; FHL #1374516.

Opal Marie Smith1

F, b. December 1898
     Opal Marie Smith was born in December 1898 at Fayette or Clark Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Joseph H. Smith and Carrie Lesley Buckley.1 Opal Marie Smith married Thomas Brannen after 2 January 1920.


  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.

Ora Dell Smith1

F, b. December 1869, d. 21 January 1954
     Ora Dell Smith was born in December 1869 at Tipton Co., IN.1 She married Milton Finley Green circa 1889.1 Ora Dell Smith died on 21 January 1954 at Milton-Freewater, Umatilla Co., OR, at age 84.

Child of Ora Dell Smith and Milton Finley Green


  1. [S3127] 1910 Federal Census, Kootenai County, Idaho. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 225; FHL #1374238.

Orren Henry Smith

M, b. 26 April 1870, d. 5 May 1943
     Orren Henry Smith was also known as "Pete". He was born on 26 April 1870 at Crawford Co., IL. He was the son of Joseph Hamilton Daviess Smith and Louisa Burner. Orren Henry Smith married Laura Eliizabeth Rhodes, daughter of Alfred Henry Rhodes and Caroline Newlin, on 25 August 1895 at Crawford Co., IL. Orren Henry Smith died on 5 May 1943 at Prairie Twp., Crawford Co., IL, at age 73.

Children of Orren Henry Smith and Laura Eliizabeth Rhodes

Orville Smith

M, b. 17 October 1875, d. January 1965
     Orville Smith was born on 17 October 1875 at Carroll Co., IL. He married Cora Ellen Fulrath, daughter of Adam Fulrath and Hannah Smith, on 1 July 1896 at Carroll Co., IL. Orville Smith died in January 1965 at Woodland Twp., Carroll Co., IL, at age 89.

Children of Orville Smith and Cora Ellen Fulrath

Oscar A. Smith1

M, b. circa 1903
     Oscar A. Smith was born circa 1903 at Ross Twp., Greene Co., OH.1 He was the son of Abel A. Smith and Lucy Mary McKillip.1


  1. [S234] 1910 Federal Census, Greene County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1185; FHL #1375198.

Oscar William Smith

M, b. 7 August 1867, d. 3 April 1946
     Oscar William Smith was born on 7 August 1867 at Fayette Co., OH. He was the son of John M. Smith and Sophronia Bloomer. Oscar William Smith married Mariah N. Redding on 11 November 1891 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH. Oscar William Smith died on 3 April 1946 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH, at age 78.

Otto Lindley Smith

M, b. 19 March 1873, d. 7 October 1935
     Otto Lindley Smith was born on 19 March 1873 at Caldwell, Noble Co., OH. He was the son of James Smith and Edith Johnson. Otto Lindley Smith married Goldie Glenn Cherry, daughter of Thomas Jefferson Cherry and Evelyn Cinda Tedrick, on 3 December 1902 at Newark, Licking Co., OH. Otto Lindley Smith died on 7 October 1935 at Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, at age 62.

Children of Otto Lindley Smith and Goldie Glenn Cherry

Otto Raymond Smith

M, b. 18 February 1884, d. 29 May 1957
     Occupation: Locksmith. Otto Raymond Smith was also known as "Ott". He was born on 18 February 1884 at Ida Grove, Ida Co., IA. He was the son of Charles Edwin Smith and Emma Elizabeth Peters.1 Otto Raymond Smith married Bessie Elvina Semler, daughter of Henry William Semler and Effie Jane Gebhart, in 1910. Otto Raymond Smith died on 29 May 1957 at Kiser Lake, Champaign Co., OH, at age 73 Heart attack in boat while fishing on Kiser Lake.

Obituary -- Dayton Daily News, Dayton, Ohio; Thursday, 30 MAY 1957, p.34 (


FAIRBORN -- Otto R. Smith, 73, of 410 W. Dayton dr., died Wednesday at Kiser lake. Born in Ida Grove, Iowa, he had been a resident 48 years. Mr. Smith was retired from Wright-Patterson Air Force base. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Getter, Mrs. Emma Degenhart, Mrs. Irene Singleton and Mrs. Lewis Casebolt, all of Fairborn, and Mrs. Betty South, Xenia; four sons, Ralph of Xenia, Leonard, Robert and James, all of Fairborn; three sisters, Mrs. Dolla Kalb, Iowa, Mrs. Ellice Estlick, North Dakota, and Mrs. Etta Meyers, California; two brothers, Elmer C. and Frank, both of North Dakota; 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Marks Lutheran church, Fairborn. Burial will be in Fairfield cemetery. Friends may call at the Morris Sons funeral home, Fairborn, after 2 p.m. Friday and from 1 p.m. Saturday until service time at the church.

Children of Otto Raymond Smith and Bessie Elvina Semler


  1. [S1481] 1900 Federal Census, Jackson County, Minnesota. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 771; FHL #1240771.

Parthena (Reddick) Smith

     Parthena (Reddick) Smith married John Wesley Starr, son of William Fletcher Starr and Sarah Lucas, on 4 February 1892.

Patience Sincere Smith1

F, b. circa 1887, d. 25 February 1937
     Patience Sincere Smith was born circa 1887 at Ohio.1 She was the daughter of (?) Smith. Patience Sincere Smith married Ralph Windle, son of John R. Windle and Josephine Evans, circa 1904.1 Patience Sincere Smith died on 25 February 1937 at Mercy Hospital, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.

Children of Patience Sincere Smith and Ralph Windle


  1. [S393] 1910 Federal Census, Hocking County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1199; FHL #1375212.

Patricia Ann Smith

F, b. 28 September 1958, d. 23 December 1958
     Patricia Ann Smith was born on 28 September 1958 at Youngstown, Mahoning Co., OH. She was the daughter of Donald Clyde Smith. Patricia Ann Smith died on 23 December 1958.

Patricia Ellen Smith1

F, b. 14 January 1940, d. 17 July 2000
     Patricia Ellen Smith was born on 14 January 1940 at Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC.1 She was the daughter of John Irvin Smith and Y. Z. Blocker.1 Patricia Ellen Smith married Carrol Weston Bumgardner Jr. Patricia Ellen Smith died on 17 July 2000 at Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC, at age 60

Obituary -- The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, North Carolina; Thursday, 20 JUL 2000, p.23 (

Mrs. Patricia Smith Bumgardner, age 60, died Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at her home in Charlotte. Memorial Service will be 10:00 a.m. Friday in the Hankins and Whittington, Dilworth Chapel with Dr. Charles Page officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home following the service. There will be a private interment at Sharon Memorial Park.

Mrs. Bumgardner, a Charlotte native, was born January 14, 1940, the daughter of the late John I. Smith and Y. Z. Blocker Smith of Lenoir, NC. She worked for Eastern Airlines for 24 years and retired after six years with the Mecklenburg Department of Social Services.

In addition to her husband, Carrol "Bud" W. Bumgardner, Jr., Mrs. Bumgardner is survived by her two daughters, Melinda C. Bumgardner and Amanda M. Bumgardner, both of Charlotte, three brothers, Richard N. Smith of N. Wilkesboro, NC, John I. Smith, Jr. of Fayetteville, GA and Stephen A. Smith of Hillsboro, NC.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of Charlotte, 1420 East Seventh Street, Charlotte, NC 28204.

Arrangements are in the care of Hankins and Whittington, Dilworth Chapel, 1111 East Blvd.

She was buried in July 2000 at Sharon Memorial Park, Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC, Findagrave #75101899.


  1. [S4942] 1940 Federal Census, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 2942.

Paul Gibson Smith

M, b. 5 September 1928, d. 26 September 2015
     Paul Gibson Smith was born on 5 September 1928 at Ohio.1 He was the son of John Morris Smith and Hazel C. Rudolph.1 Paul Gibson Smith married Jane Lou Davis, daughter of Raymond E. Davis and Ruth Beardsley McCormick, on 31 March 1951 at Lucas Co., OH. Paul Gibson Smith lived in 1993 at Glen Ellyn, Du Page Co., IL. He died on 26 September 2015 at age 87.


  1. [S2535] 1940 Federal Census, Lucas County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 3261.

Paul Samuel Smith

M, b. 3 July 1897, d. 19 May 1991
     Paul Samuel Smith was born on 3 July 1897 at Richmond, Wayne Co., IN. He was the son of Harrison Jones Smith and Louise May Wolfe. Paul Samuel Smith married Lillian Elizabeth McMinn, daughter of Francis Erwin McMinn and Emma Williams. Paul Samuel Smith died on 19 May 1991 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 93 OBITUARY - The Los Angeles Times, May 30, 1991

Nixon Teacher, Former Whittier College Head, Dies
Paul Samuel Smith, former Whittier College president and mentor to former President Richard M. Nixon, died recently at age 93.
The Whittier resident died May 18 after a brief illness.
Smith, a respected history scholar and teacher, became the college's eighth president in 1951 and held the position through 1969. During his tenure, enrollment rose from 800 to 2,000, and the college established a Copenhagen school, one of the first campuses overseas to encourage students to study abroad.
But Smith's presidency may be remembered best for bricks and mortar. "He was very good at convincing donors to help build buildings," said Roy Newsom, another former Whittier College president. More than a dozen buildings went up during Smith's tenure, including the college chapel where students and colleagues gathered last Saturday for a memorial service.
Nixon, a 1934 graduate of Whittier College, wrote one of the tributes for the memorial. "During my 45 years in the political arena, no one inspired and influenced me more than Dr. Paul Smith," Nixon wrote. "He was the best of scores of teachers I had in high school, college and law school."
Smith would lecture in his history courses on leaders such as Presidents James Madison and James Monroe in a way that inspired his students to follow in their footsteps, Whittier College Trustee C. Milo Connick said. Smith believed "in free enterprise and individual initiative," Connick said. "He believed that history was the length and shadow of great men."
Smith, an author of several books on American politics and the Constitution, criticized other scholars for what he called "debunking the heroes of American history" and breeding "a disrespect for the past." Smith believed that educators did a disservice by downplaying the virtues of democracy in an effort to be nonpartisan.
Smith was born in Richmond, Ind., and attended a one-room schoolhouse where he read Poe, Byron and biographies from the Congressional Record.
At Earlham College, a nearby Quaker school, he studied political science and served as student body president, returning home every afternoon to do farm chores. He received his master's and doctorate degrees at the University of Wisconsin and began teaching at Whittier in 1922. He became known both for his oratory and his camaraderie with students. He would often join them in pickup basketball games.
He made one his last public appearances four months ago at a memorial service for his wife, Lillian. Smith struggled to get out of his chair and slowly crossed the few feet to the speaker's podium, Connick said, but he retained the voice that once held students spellbound.
"He talked about the things he and Lillian were interested in throughout their lives," Connick said, such as world peace and helping the unfortunate. "He said these things hadn't materialized according to their hopes, but it was incumbent on humankind to keep working on them."

He was buried in May 1991 at Elkhorn Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne Co., IN.

Pearl Smith

F, b. 24 January 1872, d. 30 June 1911
     Pearl Smith was born on 24 January 1872.1 She was the daughter of David Owen Smith and Georgianna Frances Eakle. Pearl Smith married Harry Ernest Eyler.1 Pearl Smith died on 30 June 1911 at Funkstown, Washington Co., MD, at age 39.1

Children of Pearl Smith and Harry Ernest Eyler


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 483.

Pearl Smith

F, b. March 1877, d. 14 August 1953
     Pearl Smith was born in March 1877 at Fayette Co., OH. She was the daughter of John M. Smith and Sophronia Bloomer. Pearl Smith died on 14 August 1953 at Washington Court House, Fayette Co., OH, at age 76.

Peggy Lou Smith

F, b. circa 1927
     Peggy Lou Smith was born circa 1927. She was the daughter of Max Edward Smith Jr. and Mary Catherine Jones. Peggy Lou Smith married William Robert Hanshumaker, son of William C. Hanschumaker and Flora G. Hilf, on 2 January 1947 at Washington Co., PA. Peggy Lou Smith lived on 13 April 1950 at 209 Montrose Terrace, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA. She and William Robert Hanshumaker were divorced in June 1966 at Palm Beach Co., FL; after the divorce, William remarried to Shirley Draughn (1933-2008). Peggy remarried to Frank Muro on 11 OCT 1980.