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Andrew Smith, II

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey, USA
Death: March 21, 1767 (78)
Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Andrew Smith and Olive Smith
Husband of Sarah Stout and Sarah Smith
Father of Anna Smith; Andrew Smith, III; Jonathan Smith; George W Schmidt/Smith; Mary Miller and 7 others
Brother of Sarah Parke; Thomas Smith, of NJ & NC; Elizabeth Reed; Mary Schooley and Hannah Fidler

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About Andrew Smith, II

The deaths of Sarah (Stout) Smith (d. July 12, 1761) and her husband Andrew Smith (d. March 21, 1767 – appears in record as 1762, but based on the probate of his will, 1767 was intended), as well as Joseph Stout (d.. October 19, 1766), are recorded in the bible of their younger brother Samuel Stout (b. March 9, 1708/9). An abstract of this bible is published in “Bible Records, Hopewell, New Jersey, 1945” (pp. 95-97). Copies of the bible can be obtained from the Hopewell Museum, Hopewell, New Jersey.

    From the 1703 will of Andrew Smith, as well as various other sources, we know that daughter Sarah Smith (b. November 28, 1675) married John Parke, daughter Elizabeth Smith (b. April 7/11, 1680) married John Reed, daughter Mary Smith (b. September, 1682) married William Schooley, and Andrew Smith (b. February 8, 1689) married Sarah Stout.

ANDREW SMITH, b. February 8, 1689/90 [8th day, 12 mo, 1689] Burlington County, NJ, d. March 21, 1767 Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Samuel Stout Bible, Hopewell Museum] (Hunterdon County, NJ will devised November 2, 1763, proven April 24, 1767; New Jersey Wills, Liber 13, 1766-1769. p. 220; File # 719J); md. before September 4, 1709 (birth of first child), SARAH STOUT, b. September 10, 1689 Middletown, Monmouth County, NJ [First Town Book of Middletown, New Jersey, p. 71], d. July 12, 1761 Hopewell, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Samuel Stout Bible, Hopewell Museum], daughter of JONATHAN STOUT and ANNA BOLLEN. Andrew Smith and his wife Sarah are buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.

 ANDREW SMITH II was born February 8, 1689/90 in Burlington (now Mercer) County, New Jersey, the youngest son of ANDREW SMITH and his wive OLIVE. On February 28, 1702/03, he together with his siblings were baptized by Reverend John Talbot, minister of St. Ann’s (later St. Mary’s) Episcopal church in Burlington, New Jersey, in order to procure their inheritance rights under English law [Stillwell, John E., Historical and Genealogical Miscellany of New York and New Jersey, Volume 2, 1906, p. 49]. On March 5, 1705/06, Andrew Smith and his brother Thomas Smith gave evidence in behalf of Queen Anne in a case against Eldad Davis [Reed, H. Clay and George J. Miller, ed., The Burlington Court Book, 1944, p. 311]. Prior to September 4, 1709 (birth of his first child), Andrew Smith had married SARAH STOUT (b. September 10, 1689 Middletown, Monmouth County, NJ [First Town Book of Middletown, New Jersey, p. 71], d. July 12, 1761 Hopewell, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Samuel Stout Bible, Hopewell Museum]), the daughter of JONATHAN STOUT of Hopewell and his wife ANNA BOLLEN. About 1711, they built a stone house for their new family which still survives today, located on Harbourton-Woodsville Road in Hopewell Township, Mercer County, New Jersey. Smith’s wife Sarah was one of the charter members of Hopewell Baptist Church, which first convened on April 23, 1715 at the house of her brother Joseph Stout in Hopewell. In the 1722 Tax List of Hopewell Township, “Andru Smith” was assessed with 500 acres of land, 25 cattle and horses, 15 sheep, and 1 slave [Hale, Rev. George, A History of the First Presbyterian Church of Hopewell at Pennington, New Jersey, 1876, p. 15].
     Reverend George Hale in his 1876 publication (pp. 42-44) also writes that Andrew Smith and his son Timothy were surveyors, and this statement is repeated in Eli Cooley’s Early Settlers in Trenton and Ewing (1883, pp. 264-265) as well as History of Burlington and Mercer Counties, New Jersey by E. M. Woodward and John F. Hageman (1883, p. 827). The deed books of West Jersey show that Andrew Smith had a number of land transactions in the 1750s [West Jersey Deeds, Liber L, 1754-1757, pp. 256, 258; Liber N, 1756-1758, pp. 69, 72].
     Like his father before him, the family of Andrew Smith and wife Sarah Stout is recorded in the Smith bible as follows:

Andrew Smith was born September the 4th 1709, Deceasd ye 20th of March 1794

Jonathan Smith was born April the 30th 1711, Deceasd ye 20th of August 1791

George Smith was born February the 20 1712/13, Deceasd

Charles Smith was born November the 30th 1714, Desesed August the 12th 1718

Anna Smith was born January the 28 1716, Deceassed August ye 27 1777 wife of John Titus

Charles Smith was born December the 30th 1718, Desesed August 8th 1744

Mary Smith was born September the 14th 1720, Desesed March 23, 1757 wife to Jonathan Hunt

Joseph Smith was born July the 24th 1722, Desesed August 19th 1744

John Smith was born July the 14th 1724, Desesed September the 7 1744

Thomas Smith was born November the 7th 1727, Desest September 3 1744

Timothy Smith was born November the 20th 1730, Desseased February 19th 1796

Nathan Stout (1748-1826) in his 1823 manuscript genealogy entitled History of the Stout Family wrote the following concerning the family of Andrew Smith and his wife Sarah Stout:

I shall now introduce the daughters of Jonathan Stout, the son of Richard the First. The eldest daughter was Sarah, who was born in the year 1689, and married Andrew Smith, by whom she had a number of sons and one daughter. Four of her first sons died young with the sore throat. She had after them, five sons and one danghter, viz: Jonathan, Andrew, George, Charles, Timothy and Anne. Jonathan married a Hixon, by whom he had a large family of children. One of his sons was a judge of the Court of Hunterdon a number of years, which office he served with reputation and honor. His name was John. Andrew married a Mershon, by whom he had a number of children. George married and had a family, but I know nothing about the family he married into. Charles married a daughter of Thomas ____, and had a son named Jonathan. Timothy married a Lott and had a family of children. His son George now lives on the farm where his father died. Anne married John Titus, by whom she had a number of daughters, and but one son whose name was Andrew, who died single with the small pox.

As alluded to in the above passage, tragic illness did strike the family of Andrew Smith in 1744, as a number of his children died that year as shown by both the Smith Bible and their grave markers at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground in Hopewell Township.

     Andrew Smith devised his will in Hunterdon County, New Jersey on November 2, 1763. In his will, Smith bequeathed his sons Andrew, Jonathan, and George Smith a legacy of 5 Shillings. Daughter Anna Titus also received the same amount. Grandson Jonathan Smith, the son of deceased son Charles Smith, received 60 acres of land which had belonged to his late father and 20 Pounds, with a reversional interest to granddaughter Rachel North, who also received 20 Pounds. Son Timothy Smith received the remainder of Smith’s real property and was named executor of the will. The will was witnessed by Felix Lott, John Corwine, and Thomas Willson. The will was submitted for probate in Hunterdon County Court on April 24, 1767 [Hunterdon County, New Jersey Wills, File #719J; Recorded Copy, Hunterdon County, New Jersey Will Book 13, 1766-1769, p. 220].
     The deaths of Sarah (Stout) Smith (d. July 12, 1761) and her husband Andrew Smith (d. March 21, 1767), as well as brother Joseph Stout (d.. October 19, 1766), are recorded in the bible of Sarah’s younger brother Samuel Stout (b. March 9, 1708/9). The bible record gives Andrew Smith’s year of death as 1762, but based on the probate of his will, the year 1767 was intended. An abstract of this bible is published in Bible Records, Hopewell, New Jersey (1945, pp. 95-97). The bible is deposited with the Hopewell Museum in Hopewell, New Jersey.
     Both Andrew Smith and his wife Sarah (Stout) Smith are buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground off Harbourton-Woodsville Road in Hopewell Township, Mercer County, New Jersey. While Andrew’s grave is not discernable, Sarah Smith’s grave has been identified in past surveys of the cemetery. Issue:

Grave of Sarah (Stout) Smith, 1689-1761, Row 4, Grave 11

Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ

ANDREW SMITH, b. September 4, 1709 Hopewell Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. March 20, 1794 Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ; md. ANNA MERSHON, b. about 1706 Maidenhead (Lawrenceville) Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. January 12, 1785 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, daughter of HENRY MERSHON and wife ANN.

JONATHAN SMITH, b. April 30, 1711 Hopewell Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 20, 1791 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ (Hunterdon County, NJ will devised October 1, 1787, proven October 3, 1791; File 1578J, New Jersey Wills, Liber 32, 1789-1791, p. 353); md. ANNA HIXSON, b. April 9, 1710, d. August 26, 1744 [per George W. Hart, The Descendants of Andrew Smith, 1972, p. 1]; 2md. March 9, 1765 Hunterdon County, NJ, ABIGAIL MOORE, b. May 17, 1717, d. 1798, daughter of NATHANIEL MOORE and JOANNA PRUDDEN, and the widow of SACKETT MOORE [per George W. Hart, The Descendants of Andrew Smith, 1972, p. 3; Rev. George Hale, A History of the First Presbyterian Church of Hopewell at Pennington, New Jersey,, 1876, pp. 31-33].

GEORGE SMITH, b. February 20, 1712/13 Hopewell Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. 1799 Montgomery Township, Philadelphia County, PA; md. November 28, 1737, CHRISTIANA JOHNSON, b. February 14, 1717, d. January 20, 1766; daughter of WILLIAM JOHNSON [per Krefeld Immigrants, Volume 13, p. 72].

CHARLES SMITH, b. November 30, 1714 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 12, 1718 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.

ANNA SMITH, b. January 28, 1716/17 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 27, 1777 probably Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ; md. JOHN TITUS, JR., b. about 1715-20 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. between April 2, 1784-April 6, 1785 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Hunterdon County, NJ will devised April 2, 1784, proven April 6, 1785; Recorded Copy, New Jersey Wills, Liber 27, p. 94], son of JOHN TITUS and wife REBECCA.

CHARLES SMITH, b. December 30, 1718 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 8, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ; md. _____. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.

MARY SMITH, b. September 14, 1720 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. March 23, 1757 probably Rowan (Davidson) County, NC; md. JONATHAN HUNT, b. October 12, 1715 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. September 5, 1782 Rowan (Davie) County, NC, son of JOHN HUNT and MARGARET MOORE. Jonathan Hunt is buried at Eaton Baptist Church Cemetery, Davie County, NC.

JOSEPH SMITH, b. July 24, 1722 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 19, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is probably buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.

JOHN SMITH, b. July 14, 1724 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ , d. September 7, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.

THOMAS SMITH, b. November 7 1727 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ , d. September 3, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.

TIMOTHY SMITH, b. November 20, 1730 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ , d. February 19, 1796 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ (Hunterdon County, NJ will devised March 3, 1787, proven March 11, 1796; File 1770J, New Jersey Wills, Liber 36, 1796-1797, p. 290); md. March 27, 175[0], JANE LOTT.


GEDCOM Note

<p>The deaths of Sarah (Stout) Smith (d. July 12, 1761) and her husband Andrew Smith (d. March 21, 1767 – appears in record as 1762, but based on the probate of his will, 1767 was intended), as wellas Joseph Stout (d.. October 19, 1766), are recorded in the bible of their younger brother Samuel Stout (b. March 9, 1708/9). An abstract of this bible is published in “Bible Records, Hopewell, NewJersey, 1945” (pp. 95-97). Copies of the bible can be obtained from the Hopewell Museum, Hopewell, New Jersey.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p> From the 1703 will of Andrew Smith, as well as various other sources, we know that daughter Sarah Smith (b. November 28, 1675) married John Parke, daughter Elizabeth Smith (b. April 7/11, 1680) married John Reed, daughter Mary Smith (b. September, 1682) married William Schooley, and Andrew Smith (b. February 8, 1689) married Sarah Stout.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p>ANDREW SMITH, b. February 8, 1689/90 [8th day, 12 mo, 1689] Burlington County, NJ, d. March 21,1767 Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Samuel Stout Bible, Hopewell Museum] (Hunterdon County, NJ will devised November 2, 1763, proven April 24, 1767; New Jersey Wills, Liber 13, 1766-1769. p. 220; File # 719J); md. before September 4, 1709 (birth of first child), SARAH STOUT, b. September 10, 1689 Middletown, Monmouth County, NJ [First Town Book of Middletown, New Jersey, p. 71], d. July 12, 1761 Hopewell, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Samuel Stout Bible, Hopewell Museum], daughter of JONATHAN STOUT and ANNA BOLLEN. Andrew Smith and his wife Sarah are buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p> ANDREW SMITH II was born February 8, 1689/90 in Burlington (now Mercer) County, New Jersey, the youngest son ofANDREW SMITH and his wive OLIVE. On February 28, 1702/03, he together with his siblings were baptized by Reverend John Talbot, minister of St. Ann’s (later St. Mary’s) Episcopal church in Burlington, New Jersey, in order to procure their inheritance rights under English law [Stillwell, John E., Historical and Genealogical Miscellany of New York and New Jersey, Volume 2, 1906, p. 49]. On March5, 1705/06, Andrew Smith and his brother Thomas Smith gave evidence in behalf of Queen Anne in a case against Eldad Davis [Reed, H. Clay and George J. Miller, ed., The Burlington Court Book, 1944, p.311]. Prior to September 4, 1709 (birth of his first child), Andrew Smith had married SARAH STOUT (b. September 10, 1689 Middletown, Monmouth County, NJ [First Town Book of Middletown, New Jersey, p.71], d. July 12, 1761 Hopewell, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Samuel Stout Bible, Hopewell Museum]), the daughter of JONATHAN STOUT of Hopewell and his wife ANNA BOLLEN. About 1711, they built a stone house for their new family which still survives today, located on Harbourton-Woodsville Road in Hopewell Township, Mercer County, New Jersey. Smith’s wife Sarah was one of the charter members of Hopewell Baptist Church, which first convened on April 23, 1715 at the house of her brother Joseph Stout in Hopewell. In the 1722 Tax List of Hopewell Township, “Andru Smith” was assessed with 500acres of land, 25 cattle and horses, 15 sheep, and 1 slave [Hale, Rev. George, A History of the First Presbyterian Church of Hopewell at Pennington, New Jersey, 1876, p. 15].</p><p><p></p></p><p><p> Reverend George Hale in his 1876 publication (pp. 42-44) also writes that Andrew Smith and his son Timothy were surveyors, and this statement is repeated in Eli Cooley’s Early Settlers in Trenton and Ewing (1883, pp. 264-265) as well as History of Burlington and Mercer Counties, New Jersey by E. M. Woodward and John F. Hageman (1883, p. 827). The deed books of West Jersey show that Andrew Smith had a number of land transactions in the 1750s [West Jersey Deeds, Liber L, 1754-1757, pp. 256, 258; Liber N, 1756-1758, pp. 69, 72].</p><p><p></p></p><p><p> Like his father before him, the family of Andrew Smith and wife Sarah Stout is recorded in the Smith bible as follows:</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Andrew Smith was born September the 4th 1709, Deceasd ye 20th of March 1794</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Jonathan Smith was born April the 30th 1711, Deceasd ye 20th of August 1791</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>George Smith was born February the 20 1712/13, Deceasd</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Charles Smith was born November the 30th 1714, Desesed August the 12th 1718</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Anna Smith was born January the 28 1716, Deceassed August ye 27 1777 wife of John Titus</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Charles Smith was born December the 30th 1718, Desesed August 8th 1744</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Mary Smith was born September the 14th 1720, Desesed March 23, 1757 wife to Jonathan Hunt</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Joseph Smith was born July the 24th 1722, Desesed August 19th 1744</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>John Smith was born July the 14th 1724, Desesed September the 7 1744</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Thomas Smith was born November the 7th 1727, Desest September 3 1744</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Timothy Smith was born November the 20th 1730, Desseased February 19th 1796</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Nathan Stout (1748-1826) in his 1823 manuscript genealogy entitled History of the Stout Family wrote the following concerning the family of Andrew Smith and his wife Sarah Stout:</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>I shall now introduce the daughters of Jonathan Stout, the son of Richard the First. The eldest daughter was Sarah, who was born in the year 1689, and married Andrew Smith, by whom she had a number of sons and one daughter. Four of her first sons died young with the sore throat. She had after them, five sons and one danghter, viz: Jonathan, Andrew, George, Charles, Timothy and Anne. Jonathan married a Hixon, by whom he had a large family of children. One of his sons was a judge of the Court of Hunterdon a number of years, which office he served with reputation andhonor. His name was John. Andrew married a Mershon, by whom he had a number of children. George married and had a family, but I know nothing about the family he married into. Charles married a daughter of Thomas ____, and had a son named Jonathan. Timothy married a Lott and had a family of children. His son George now lives on the farm where his father died. Anne married John Titus, by whom she had a number of daughters, and but one son whose name was Andrew, who died single with the small pox.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p>As alluded to in the above passage, tragic illness did strike the family of Andrew Smith in 1744, as a number of his children died that year as shown by both the Smith Bible and their grave markers at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground in Hopewell Township.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p> Andrew Smith devised his will in Hunterdon County, New Jersey on November 2, 1763. In his will, Smith bequeathed his sons Andrew, Jonathan, and George Smith a legacy of 5 Shillings. Daughter Anna Titus also received the same amount. Grandson Jonathan Smith, the son of deceased son Charles Smith, received 60 acres of land which had belonged to his late father and 20 Pounds, with a reversional interest to granddaughter Rachel North, who also received 20 Pounds. Son Timothy Smith received the remainder of Smith’s real property and was named executor of the will. The will was witnessed by Felix Lott, John Corwine, and Thomas Willson. The will was submitted for probate in Hunterdon County Court on April 24, 1767 [Hunterdon County, New Jersey Wills, File #719J; Recorded Copy, Hunterdon County, New Jersey Will Book 13, 1766-1769, p. 220].</p><p><p></p></p><p><p> The deaths of Sarah (Stout) Smith (d. July 12, 1761) and her husband Andrew Smith (d. March 21, 1767), as well as brotherJoseph Stout (d.. October 19, 1766), are recorded in the bible of Sarah’s younger brother Samuel Stout (b. March 9, 1708/9). The bible record gives Andrew Smith’s year of death as 1762, but basedon the probate of his will, the year 1767 was intended. An abstract of this bible is published in Bible Records, Hopewell, New Jersey (1945, pp. 95-97). The bible is deposited with the Hopewell Museum in Hopewell, New Jersey.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p> Both Andrew Smith and his wife Sarah (Stout) Smith are buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground off Harbourton-Woodsville Road in Hopewell Township, Mercer County, New Jersey. While Andrew’s grave is not discernable, Sarah Smith’s grave has been identified in past surveys of the cemetery. Issue:</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Grave of Sarah (Stout) Smith, 1689-1761, Row 4, Grave 11</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ</p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>ANDREW SMITH, b. September 4, 1709 Hopewell Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. March 20, 1794 Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ; md. ANNA MERSHON, b. about 1706 Maidenhead (Lawrenceville) Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. January 12, 1785 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, daughter of HENRY MERSHON and wife ANN.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>JONATHAN SMITH, b. April 30, 1711 Hopewell Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 20, 1791 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ (Hunterdon County, NJ will devised October 1, 1787, proven October 3, 1791; File 1578J, New Jersey Wills, Liber 32, 1789-1791, p. 353); md. ANNA HIXSON, b. April 9, 1710, d. August 26, 1744 [per George W. Hart, The Descendants of Andrew Smith, 1972, p. 1]; 2md. March 9, 1765 Hunterdon County, NJ, ABIGAIL MOORE, b. May 17, 1717, d.1798, daughter of NATHANIEL MOORE and JOANNA PRUDDEN, and the widow of SACKETT MOORE [per George W. Hart, The Descendants of Andrew Smith, 1972, p. 3; Rev. George Hale, A History of the First Presbyterian Church of Hopewell at Pennington, New Jersey,, 1876, pp. 31-33].</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>GEORGE SMITH, b. February 20, 1712/13 Hopewell Township, Burlington (Mercer) County, NJ, d. 1799 Montgomery Township, Philadelphia County, PA; md. November 28, 1737, CHRISTIANA JOHNSON, b. February 14, 1717, d. January 20, 1766; daughter of WILLIAM JOHNSON [per Krefeld Immigrants, Volume 13, p. 72].</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>CHARLES SMITH, b. November 30, 1714 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 12, 1718 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>ANNA SMITH, b. January 28, 1716/17 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 27, 1777 probably Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ; md. JOHN TITUS, JR., b. about 1715-20 HopewellTownship, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. between April 2, 1784-April 6, 1785 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ [Hunterdon County, NJ will devised April 2, 1784, proven April 6, 1785; Recorded Copy, New Jersey Wills, Liber 27, p. 94], son of JOHN TITUS and wife REBECCA.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>CHARLES SMITH, b. December 30, 1718 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 8, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ; md. _____. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>MARY SMITH, b. September 14, 1720 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. March 23, 1757 probably Rowan (Davidson) County, NC; md. JONATHAN HUNT, b. October 12, 1715 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. September 5, 1782 Rowan (Davie) County, NC, son of JOHN HUNT and MARGARET MOORE. Jonathan Hunt is buried at Eaton Baptist Church Cemetery, Davie County, NC.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>JOSEPH SMITH, b. July 24, 1722 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ, d. August 19, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is probably buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>JOHN SMITH, b. July 14, 1724 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ , d. September 7, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p>THOMAS SMITH, b. November 7 1727 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ , d. September 3, 1744 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ. He is buried at the Hunt Farm Burial Ground, Harbourton-Woodsville Road, Hopewell Township, Mercer County, NJ.</p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p><p></p></p><p>TIMOTHY SMITH, b. November 20, 1730 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer) County, NJ , d. February 19, 1796 Hopewell Township, Hunterdon (Mercer)County, NJ (Hunterdon County, NJ will devised March 3, 1787, proven March 11, 1796; File 1770J, New Jersey Wills, Liber 36, 1796-1797, p. 290); md. March 27, 175[0], JANE LOTT.

GEDCOM Note

ANDREW born 8 Dec 1689 Hopewell Twp. West Jersey; died before 24 Apr 1767 at Hopewell; married about 1708 SARAH STOUT Hopewell Twp West Jersey born 10 Sep 1689; probably died before 2 Nov 1763 as sheis not mentioned in will of Andrew Smith; daughter of Jonathan Stout and Anna Bollen. Left will dated 2 Nov 1763; executor appointed 24 Apr 1767. Recorded in No. 13; fol 220 Hunterdon County. Sarah is probably one buried in Hunt Family Burying Ground and stone is badly eroded but probably death date reads July 176_.

GEDCOM Note

Andrew was surveyor in Hopewell. His will: Lib,13, p 220, Hunterdon Co., N.J. Wills (Stout & Allied Families p 7).

GEDCOM Note

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

GEDCOM Note

<p>Name Suffix: Jr.</p><p><p>The wife of Andrew Smith was Sarah, daughter of Jonathan St</p></p><p>out, the pioneer of northeastern Hopewell.</p>

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Andrew Smith, II's Timeline

1689
February 8, 1689
Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey, USA
1709
September 4, 1709
Hopewell, Mercer County, New Jersey
1711
April 30, 1711
1713
February 20, 1713
Hessen, Germany
1715
1715
Hopewell, Mercer County, New Jersey, United States
1716
January 28, 1716
Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey, USA
January 28, 1716
Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey, USA
1718
1718