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Hannah Smith[1]

Female 1742 - 1795  (52 years)


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  • Name Hannah Smith 
    Born 18 May 1742  Haverhill Massachusetts Colony Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 29 Mar 1795  Haverhill, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I67992  My Reynolds Line | Descendants of Edward Powell, Descendants of Giles Carter of Henrico
    Last Modified 17 Sep 2018 

    Family Ebenezer [Middleton] Reynolds,   b. Est 1715, North Kingstown, Washington Co., Rhode Island Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Aug 1795, Haverhill, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 80 years) 
    Married 1766  Haverhill, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Last Modified 17 Sep 2018 
    Family ID F7692  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    Caswell County Court Record
    Caswell County Court Record
    Children of Lemuel Carter & Patsy Powell
    Caswell County Court Document Re Lem Carter Will (2)
    Caswell County Court Document Re Lem Carter Will (2)
    25Caswell Court Doc Lem Carter Will Appeal(2).jpg

  • Sources 
    1. [S126] United States Archives.
      Ebenezer Runalls [Reynolds]
      As a blacksmith in Haverhill, he had, for the
      times, a large establishment, devoting himself mainly to the over-
      sight of his numerous employes. Was engaged considerably in
      the ironing of vessels, and was also partner in a ship-building
      interest at Newburyport, according to tradition among the
      descendants of his oldest son in Maine. His residence in
      Haverhill was situated on the present Washington Square ;
      house, where now the Lafayette and Washington Blocks, with
      garden in rear and extending east to the Little River ; shop,
      opposite the house, in rear of the present Christian Baptist
      Meeting-house. He m., 1st, Abigail Sollis, of Beverly, 1747.
      She d. Oct. 3, 1765, and the next year he m., 2d, Hannah Smith,
      of HaverhiU? who was b. May 81, 1742, in H., and there d. Mar.
      29, 1814, aged 72. The writer has a copy of his Will, dated Feb.
      10, 1795, agreeing with the Essex Prob. Recs. ; abstract as fol-
      lows.
      I give unto my oldest son, Benjamin, 10 lawfUl money, to be paid out
      of my estate in three years. To Stephen, 15, ditto, in two years. To
      my soHy Ebenezer^ 8 children, Ebenezer and Abigail, 20 each. To my
      daughter, Mary Ayer, 5, in one year. To my daughter, Abigail Hagget,
      one feather bed, one mahogany case of drawers, and 10, In two years.
      I give to Samuel 40 shillings, and require him to pay to his mother 30 shil-
      lings yearly, during her natural life." [This in consideration of the Hollis
      property which he had previously received ] " To Nathaniel, 60, to he
      paid in two years. To Daniel and Ebenezer, equally, one half the house
      and garden I now possess. To Hannah, 30, in one year after my decease.
      To Thomas, a piece of land in Haverhill, with house thereon, in which he
      now lives. To Daniel and Thomas, equally, the shop, shop lot and tools,
      ordering them to pay Stephen 60 shillings each, within two years. Finally,
      to ray wife, Hannah, and my son Thomas, jointly, all other property in
      Haverhill, making them Executors of my will, and ordering them to raise
      money as needed, by the sale of my Pepperell farm (so called), dividing
      the balance equally among all my children."

      Account of Executors was rendered " Dec. 14, 1795." Prop-
      erty prized, in all, " at J4,632.73," including his " Pepperell farm



      PART I. ? SECOND GENERATION. 13

      at 81,686.67," and his '^ Mansion house, and land adjoining in
      Haverhill, at 61,000." The words '^Memento Mori" are on his
      gravestone in the old Haverhill cemetery, which also gives his death,
      "Aug. 4, 1795," aged 69. Children, b. in Haverhill, ? an equal
      number by each of his two wives.

    2. [S126] United States Archives, file:///C:/Users/MaryFrances/Desktop/.A%20Genealogy%20of%20Runnels%20and%20Reynolds%20Families%20in%20America%20%20With%20Records.html.
      Children of Ebenezer and Hannah Smith
      Thomas, b. Dec. 14, 1763; d. Nov. 16, 1766.
      Samuel [163], b. Mar. 16, 1767.
      Thomas [171], b. Feb. 7, 1769.
      Nathaniel Stevens [180], b. June 23 (22), 1771.
      Daniel, b. Oct. 22, 1773; d. Sept. 22, 1774.
      Daniel [192], b. Dec. 18 (Fam. Rec. says ** Sept. 22"), 1776.
      Ebenezer [198], b. 1778; not found on the Haverhill Bees.
      Hannah, b. Apr. 22, 1783 ; d. Feb. 22, 1787.
      Hannah [201J, b. July 12 (4), 1787.