Cheshire England Smiths
The house was founded by a younger son of Sir Thomas Smith, of
Curdley. John Smith, of Oldhaugh, Parish of Warinanchin Harlcian Moept., 1424 fo
130b, who had for armorial bearings, purple, orange, and green with three fleur
de lis interchanged. With crescent for difference his son, John, married
daughter of Page. of Alpran of Oldhaugh [edu. 4] impaled his arms by quartering
green on chevron. [Ex Cartes Randulphi Smith] de Oldhaugh, Gen. Sir Thomas Lord
of Warimchan granted to John Smith of Oldhaugh in the Parish of Warimchan to
Maud, his wife, and John. his son, the Tenement in Oldhaugh, dated at Elmthorp,
10 Oct., 1466, his son. John.
III. Children of Randulph and Jane:
IV. Rafe Smith, m. Alva, dau. of Otwell Shawcross; d. 13-1,
Rafe, m. (2) Margeret, dau. of William Sutton, children Arthur and Mary.
V. Children of Arthur Smith and Mary:
VI. Arthur Smith, m. Sarah, dau. of Thomas Newell, of Hartford,
and Rebecca Olmstead. (She rec'd £40 from her father's estate.) He m. (2)
VII. Thomas Smith, born October 12, 1799; m. Mary Steel, b.
1706, dau. of Ebenezer Steele and Sarah Hart, of Farmington, Conn., son Capt.
Steel Smith, m. Lois (Spooner), probably born in Farmington, Conn., 1731. Moved
to Windsor, Vt., 1704; chosen assessor, 1761; d. Apr. 5, 1812.
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