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Tobias L. Smyth

Also Known As: "Smith"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Fort Christina, New Castle County, Lower Counties on the Delaware
Death: November 21, 1781 (56)
Glade Springs, Washington County, Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Glade Spring Presbyerian Church Cemetery (Old), Glade Spring, Washington, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Hans Jurgen "George" Smith and Maria Elisabetha Smidt
Husband of Mary Ann Scott
Father of Jonas Smyth; George Washington Smyth; Nancy Catherine Smyth; Elizabeth Elizabeth Kelly; John Smyth and 3 others
Brother of Johann George Smith (Schmidt); Peter Smith; John Smith; Frederic Smith; Andreas (Andrew) Smith and 5 others
Half brother of Catharine Vandever

Occupation: Hatter, Plantation owner, Hatter by trade
Managed by: Nathaniel Clay Smyth
Last Updated:

About Tobias L. Smyth

One source says that this Tobias was the son of Ericus Smyth... This Tobias Smyth died in Washington Co. Va. His Estate was appraised 2-18-1783, and settled on 3-21-1784. He married in Augusta Co. Va. and moved to Washington Co. Va. Tobias Smyth & Mary McDonald Tobias Smyth was born March 16, 1725 in New Castle, New Castle County, Delaware, the third son of Hans Jurgen Smidt and Maria Stalcop. In 1748 (age 23), he married Mary McDonald (age 18). Mary was born January 19, 1730 in Augusta County, Virginia, daughter of Bryan McDonald (of Ireland) and Catherine Robinson. Tobias and Mary had eight children, all but two born in Augusta and Washington County, Virginia: Tobias once was a hatter and owned a plantation in the Greenfield-Amsterdam community in New Castle, Delaware. Tobias died in November 1781 (age 56) in Washington County, Virginia, and Mary died there after 1808 (age 78). Court minutes on motion of Mary Smith and Jonas Smith state that administration was granted them on the Estate of Tobias Smith, deceased, giving Bond and Security. Whereupon they, together with James Dysart and Edward Smith, their securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the sum of 500 pounds Specie for the faithful administration of said descendants' Estate.


ID: I222 Name: Tobias Smith Given Name: Tobias Surname: Smith Sex: M Birth: 16 Mar 1724 in , New Castle, Delaware Christening: 21 Mar 1724 Old Swedes Church, Wilmington, New Castle, DE Death: Bef 21 Nov 1781 in , Washington, Virginia Note:

TAX LIST: NORTH CAROLINA TAXPAYERS, 1679-1790, VOL. 2; Ratcliff, Clarence E.; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.; Baltimore; 1987; p.4.

  Note: Orange Co. tax list of 1779 (only one used in this book) is found in
  full in the JOURNAL OF NORTH CAROLINA GENEALOGY 15:2349-65,2411 or at the
  North Carolina State Archives, microfilm reel S.50.10
  Andersons in Orange Co, NC, on the 1779 tax list--abstracted
    Andrew Anderson
    Arrcuk Anderson
    David Anderson
    Isaac Anderson
    James Anderson
    John Anderson
    Peter Anderson
    Peter Anderson Sr.
    Richard Anderson
    Robert Anderson
    Wm. Anderson
    Tobias Smith

UNPUBLISHED FAMILY HISTORY MSS: Tuttle, Dorothy G.; 344 Saunders St.; Murray, UT 84107; SMIDT/SMITT/SMITH/SMYTH FAMILY OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, DELAWARE AND WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA; p. 4-5.

   "3.  TOBIAS SMITH/SMYTH born 16 Mar 1724 and Bapt 21 Mar 1724.  Parents: Hans George Smith & Maria.  Sponsors:  Johan Martin, Jonas Jonasson Walraven, Philip Wanvever's wife, Elizibeth; Annika Peter's daughter Caupony. (pg 19, Vol 3 Delaware Genealogical Society Journal)  Johan Martin or John Mortonmarried Maria's sister Margareta.  Annika Peterson Caupany was a daughter of Peter Peterson Caupany and his wife Helena.  She was a granddaughter of Samuel & Brita Peterson.  He probably was named after Ericus Tobias Bjork who was the beloved pastor of Old Swedes Church and married Christina Stalcop, his aunt. In the translation of the Old Swedes Church records from Swedish to English by Horace Burr, errors were made.  These errors are recorded and on Pg 160 it shows that on pg 294 Line 5 Child Johan (Smith) born 10 May should be Child Tobias born 16 Mar and baptized 21 Mar.  Parents Mans Smith and wife Maria. (Mans should be Hans.)  The sponsor's names were not recorded but were sent by Pat Griffith, Houston, TX, who is a descendant of Tobias through his son George.  Pat originally supplied information and suggested a research of the records of New Castle Co, DE, might reveal the parentage of Tobias Smith/Smyth. Tobias Smith/Smyth md. Mary McDonald daughter of Bryan McDonald (SEE FAMILYHISTORY)
   "Tobias & Mary (McDonald) Smith had 8 children:  (SEE FAMILY HISTORY)"

Birth: Old Swedes Church Pg 294 #908217 & Pg 160 Errors Pg 49 280,284,305-6 Chronicles of Scotch Irish Settlement of Va. Pg 104,105,106 Kegley's Va. Frontier Deed Book 8 pg 362,368 Augusta Co., Va. Plantation Map of Greenfield Amsterdam Pg 39,41,51 Early South West Va. Families by Elizabeth Allison; Pg 266 Southwest Va Families by David B. Trimble #975.5D2td pg 300 Early Settlers of Lee Co., Va. Pg 974,1091,1130,1175 Annals of South West Virginia by Lewis Preston Summers Court Minutes Washington Co., Va -Estate pg 93, 232, 394, 231 Land Survey Book 1 Washington Co Va 34377; Family Ancestral File 958N-JO; A Little History of the Smyths by Mrs. P.A. Scott (1919) & James K. Smyth (1891)

Record of Birth & Christening Old Swedes Church Newcastle Co. Del Sponsors: Johan Marten (his aunt,Margareta Stalcop md John Morton) Jonas Walraven, Philip Wandever Wife Elizabeth, Annika Petersen Caupony. pg 162 FHL Film 6693 Pg. 294 GS#908217 (translated from Swedish to English by Horace Burr. Errors were made in the translation and these errors are recorded also Pg 160 shows that on pg 294 line 6 Child Johan (Smith) born 10 May should be Child Tobias born 16 Mar and baptized 21 Mar. Parents Mans Smith and wife Maria No sponsors are shown-Sponsor names from Pat Griffith, Houston,Tex. (Believe this Tobias is the same as one appearing below as the Robinsons & McDonalds are here on the Old Swedes Church records also. He married Mary McDonald in 1748-9 perhaps in New Castle Co. or in Augusta Co. Va. Mary McDonald was daughter of Bryan McDonald and Catherine Robinson of New Castle, Del. Bryan McDonald died in Augusta Co., Va about 1757) He was probably named after the Pastor of the Old Swedes Church, Ericus Tobias Bjork who married his aunt, Christina Stallcop 28 Feb 1749 Teste to land sold by Ephraim Vause on So. Branch Roanoke (Pg 280 Chronicles of S-I Settlement of Va.)

 23 May 1750 Teste to land sold by John Collier on Buffalo Creek (pg 284)
 30 Nov 1751 James Montgomery, Joseph Robinson & Tobias Smith, same 2

tracts 400 A and 260A on Possimmon Run (Pg 49)

 31 Jan 1752 David Cloids 2 tracts were valued on Pessimon Run by Joseph

Robinson & Tobias Smith. Pg 24

 Pg. 450-14 Apr 1752, James Cole of Lunenburgh County, planter, to George

Robinson, 400 acres joining Mark Coles, patented to James, 20th Sept 1745. Teste: Tobias Smith, Frederick Smith, John Marcs (?) Livery by a branch of ahiccory. Proved by Fred. Smith, 1766.-Pg 305-6 Scotch-Irish Settlement in Va by Lyman Chalkley Vol 3 (Believe Tobias & Frederick Smith are brothers and sons of Hans George Smith & Maria Stallcop of New Castle, Del)

 24 Nov 1753 The extension of the road from Wm. Carvin's to Charles Milligan's at the head of Looney's Mill Creek called in the men of the upper branches of Buffalo Creek (Orders of Court, Chalkley I,61) William Ralston and his sons, Charles Milligan, James McDonald, Joseph McDonald, Edward McDonald, Joseph Robinson, David Robinson, James Gatlive, Archibald Graham, David Miller, Daniel McCormick, Joshua McCormick, Tobias Smith & others Pg 104 Kegley's Va Frontier.
 Oct 30, 1754 Tobias Smith Surveys, 254 acres on a small branch of Roanoke joining William Snodgrass and his own land. Pg 105 Kegley's Va. Frontier
 23 Dec 1754, John McClenachan-Survey, 100 acres on Buffalo Creek of Roanoke joining Tobias Smith, Reeves, and Snodgrass. Pg 105 Kegley's Va. Frontier
 Mar. 2, 1755 Joseph McDonald--Deed 245 acres on a branch of Buffalo, line of Tobias Smith and Rentfroe, from George Robinson. Pg 106 Kegley's Va Frontier
 1755. Tobias Smith-Grant 330 acres on branch of Buffalo Creek; Stephen Renfrew-Grant, 44 acres adjoining his own land. pg 106 Kegleys. Va Frontier
 10 Mar 1756 330A Buffalo (Tinker) Ck. from new grant K-107 Early Settlers of Botetourt Co. Va. (Richmond State Library)
 13 May 1760 330A sold to William Preston Buffalo (Tinker) Crk. A DB8-364 (DB 8 p 362 dated 12 May 1760 between Tobias Smyth and Wm. Preston both of Augusta Co. for 5 shillings current money of Va. lease for one year one ce certain tract or parcel of land containing 330 A, being in Augusta Co. on the waters of Roanoke and all houses, buildings, orchards, ways, waters, watercourses, profits, commodities.  Sealed and delivered at a court continued and held for Augusta Co. May 23, 1760.  At a court held for Augusta Co 19 Aug 1760 this lease indented from Tobias Smyth was further proved and admitted to record. Signed by J. (ohn) Madison (Clerk of Court. In DB 8 p 364 there is a release Indenture made 13 May 1760 between Tobias Smyth and Wm. Preston both of Augusta County for and in consideration of the sum of 60 pounds current money of Va. to the said Tobias Smyth in hand paid, sold the same land as above.)
  "  "    "  254A sold to William Preston Waters Roanoke R. K 507

On a Plantation Map of the Greenfield-Amsterdam Community Tobias Smith is shown by Geo. Robinson, James Robinson, Bryan McDonald, Sr. Bryan McDonald Jr.

 The Houston Place is in Botetourt Co., Va. where the house burned a decade or so ago.  This land was once a part of the Greenfield Plantation.  It is interesting to find that part of the Houston land, including the site of the home place was part of the Tobias Smyth grant of 1755. (Near Robinson's Branch or waters of Tinker Creek-Source: Anne Smith, Petersburg, Va))
 Pgs 39,41-51 Early SW Va Families by Elizabeth Allison-Aracus or Aric Smyth came to America from Sweden in early colonial days; date not know. Family tradition says he was a priest.  His prayer book descended to his grandson Jonas Smyth. (The Swedish Church is Episcopal in its order of Christian ministry and holds to a liturgical service.) His surname written in the book was spelled with a "Y" "Smyth" which has been carried down by some branches of the family.  He had several sons; however, the name of only one has been preserved for us, which was Tobias. One of the children George was married and located near Mountain City, Tenn.( Believe George married 2nd Sarah Halfacre and lived and died in Washington Co., Va. Also believe this Ericus was a brother to Tobias & not his father-his father being Hans George Smith of New Castle Co. Del. Children birth & christening records in Old Swedes Church-Hans George Smith's wife was Maria Stalcop-Ericus, Tobias, Jonas were three of the children's names.  The parish priest on page 424 Records of Old Swedes Church wrote "I have bought a number of Swedish psalm books in the same style with the approval of the Archbishop, and as they seem to be in demand on account of the style, I have written for more, and also humbly requested that the books be sent hereafter may be of the same sort, thus making the instruction of the youth more easy.  My successors who will reap the harvest of this, I hope will never deviate from this, and also will earnestly endeavor to keep up the knowledge of the Swedish language, their mother tongue, which is now much declined."  Believe the book that was signed by Ericus Smyth was one of these Swedish psalm books that was handed down to family members of the Smyth family)
 (Mrs. Allison probably got her information from a little history of the Smyth family from a record written by James K. Smyth 6 Jul 1891 for his daughter Rachel Ann Scott.  He received the information from his father, Tobias Smyth. In this record he stated Tobias, Sr. was a hatter by trade.  James Smyth had seen quite a number of beaver skins, from which he had cut the fur, at his grandfather's.  Tobias Smyth's father Hans George Smith was a hatter also.)
 In Washington Co. Va. there is a survey for John Stalcope for 50A of land which proves the Smith, Stalcops were neighbors. John Stalcop's land was on land Peter Anderson's old corner in 1800 and George Smith's land was adjoining the land Peter Anderson Lives on in 1802. (Ericus Smith,George Smith & Jonas Smith were on the same tax lists in Washington Co., Va.

-Also on pg iv-Vol I History of the Stalcup Family by Earl Jones-Pattern of Migration-Peter Stalcop (125) Migrated from New Castle Co. Del. to Va by 1779. Later in Washington Co., Va. and died Smyth Co. in 1827. Peter & John Stalcop must be related)

 Ericus Smyth was the first known member of this family.  His grandson Jonas, son of Tobias, passed on the information. "That his grandfather Ericus Smyth owned a Swedish Bible, in which his name was written SMYTH. He supposed he was a Priest." (Early Settlers of Lee Co. Va. Vol 1-pg 300)

Tobias Smith owned land in the same locality as the McDonalds-in the George Robinson settlement, Augusta County, later Botetourt Co, Va. "1755 Tobias Smyth grant 330A on a branch of Buffalo Creek" 30 Oct 1754 TobiasSmyth surveys 254 A on a small branch of Roanoke joining William Snodgrass and his own land." The land was sold to William Preston as follows, "In 1760, William Preston purchased from Tobias Smyth, 330A and 254A also adjoining on Robinson's Branch near present Greenfield, Botetourt Co., Va. (Pg 39 Early S.W. Va. Families by Elizabeth Allison)

 At Washington Court House on Tues. 25 Nov 1777-A Grand Jury of Inquist for the Body of this County, Viz Tobias Smith and others. pg 974 Annals of SW Va. by Lewis Preston Summers.
 His son Jonas Smith was granted 400 acres of land on Little Holston and 400 acres on south side of Walker's Mountain in 1781 and 1783; actual settlement in 1772.
 Washington County, formed 1777 from Fincastle Cty., was conterminous with the Parish of Washington, also est. 1777.  The parish was later divided into Holston & Goodson Parishes.

Tobias Smyth was living in Washington County, Va, at the time of this death. His estate was appraised Feb. 18, 1783 and was ordered settled Apr 21, 1784 Washington County, Va. Court 21 Nov 1781, minutes-On motion of Mary Smith and Jonas Smith administration was granted them on the Estate of Tobias Smith deceased, giving Bond and Security. Whereupon they together with James Dysart and Edward Smith their securities entered into and acknowledged their bond in the sum of 500 pounds Specie for the faithful administration of said descendants Estate. 1 Dec 1781 Inventory & Appraisement of the Estate of Tobias Smith dec. by Frances Beatty, Andrew Kincannon, Samuel Robinson. Listed among the items was:

    one wavers loom & Tackling (pg 56 WB 1 Washington Co., Va)

Ordered that Samuel Robinson, Francis Beaty, James Kincannon & Andrew Kincannon or any three of them being first sworn appraise the Estate of Tobias Smith Deceased and make Return to next Court- pg 1091 Annals of SW Va by Summers.

 14 June 1781 Pg 394 Robert Williams assignee of Tobias Smith 150A settlement was made in 1772 under Walkers Mountain adjoining John Yancy, Tobias Smith,   On 15 August 1781, Commissioners for the District of Washington & Montgomery Counties certified that Tobias Smith was entitled to 200 acres of land lying in Washington Co on waters of No. Fk of Holston, on south side of Walker's Mountain adjoining James Glynn below, Jonas Smith above, ninety acres of which were surveyed for Benjamin Maiden the 14th of Jan. 1774, by virture of an order of Council passed 16 Dec. 1773, to include his improvements, he having proved to the Court that he was entitled to same by actual settlement made in the year 1772-Washington Co. Va. Land Survey Book 1 P 232 (Ltr. Dorothy D. Knierim
 Feb. 18, 1783 At a Court-An Inventory & Appraisement of the Estate of Tobias Smith Deceased Exhibited in Court and ordered to be recorded. Pg 1130 Annals of Southwest Va. by Summers.
 30 Oct 1783 Survey for Tobias Smith 346 A waters of Middle fork of Holston beginning Jonas Smith line corner James Glen Survey.
 30 Oct 1783 Survey for Tobias Smith 200 A waters Middle fork of Holston by Jonas Smith assignee of George Cook who was assignee of Benjamin Maiden waters of north fok of Holston So side of Walkers Mountain adjoining James Glynn (These three surveys must have been made for the estate of Tobias Smith by the family after Tobias Smith deceased)
 10 Oct 1784 Survey for Tobias Smith 146 A waters of Middle fork of Holston corner James Glynn survey.
 21 Apr 1784-A settlement of the Estate of Tobias Smith dec'd was exhibited in court & ordered to be recorded pg 251 Court Minutes Film #34382

Tobias Smyth married in 1748-49 Mary McDonald of Augusta County, and moved to Washington County. Both he and his wife, Mary were buried at Glade Springs, Va. Among the children of Tobias and Mary Smyth were: 1. Jonas, b April 11 1750 2. Catherine, m. Elisha McNew; 3 Rebecca, m Job Crabtree; 4. Edward m Hannah Crabtree; 5 George, m Sarah C. Huffaker; 6. Elizabeth m Ezekial Kelly (Pg 300 Early Settlers of Lee Co. Va Vol 1 8/10/87) 30 Oct 1783 - Surveyed for Tobias Smith 346A in Washington Co. on waters of Middle fork of Holsten Certificate from Commissioners for District of Washington Montgomery Counties Beginning Jonas Smith line, corner of James Glen's survey assignee of Benjamin Maiden Pg 93 Surveyor Records GS#34377 10 Apr 1784 Surveyed for Tobias Smith 146A waters of Middle Fork of Holston Land Office treasury warrant corner to James Glynn survey pg 231 Surveyor Record GS#34377 - also Pg 232 200 A waters of Middle fork of Holston Certificate from Commissioners for Washington & Montgomery Co by Jonas Smith 30 Oct 1783 assignee of George Clark who was assignee of Benjamin Maiden on waters of North fork of Holston South side of Walkers Mountain adjoining James Glynn below Jonas Smith above 90 A was surveyed for Benjamin Maiden 14 Jan 1774.

 At a Court held for Washington Co Apr 21 1784 - A Settlement of the Estate Tobias Smith deceased was Exhibited in Court and ordered to be Recorded-Pg 1175 Annals of Southwest Va by Lewis P. Summers-Jonas Smith, Adm. (pg 90 WB 1)

_UID: 2F9E563F6984475C9694AB3D99F9062ECA2B Change Date: 3 Jul 2013 at 16:53

Father: Hans Jurgen Smith b: 3 Nov 1696 in Falun, Dalarna, Kopparberg, Sweden Mother: Maria Stalcop b: 15 Mar 1697 in , New Castle, Delaware

Marriage 1 Mary McDonald b: 19 Jan 1730 in , New Castle, Delaware Married: Abt 1748-1749 in , Augusta, Virginia Change Date: 23 Jun 2012 Children Has Children Jonas Smith b: 11 Apr 1750 in , Augusta, Virginia Has Children George Smith b: 12 Nov 1754 in , Augusta, Virginia Has Children Cathrina Smith b: 12 Oct 1756 in Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware c: 14 Oct 1756 in Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware Has Children Elizabeth Smith b: 15 Dec 1757 in , Augusta, Virginia Has No Children John Smith b: Abt 1759 in , Augusta, Virginia Has Children Edward Edmmond Smith b: Abt 1761 in , Augusta, Virginia Has Children Catherine Smith b: Abt 1763 in , Botetourt, Virginia Has Children Rebecca Smith b: 25 Jun 1775 in , Washington, Virginia

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Tobias Smyth was the third son of Hans Jurgen and Maria Stalcop Smidt/Smyth, one of the first families of that area. It is stated he was born in New Castle Co, DE but New Castle Co, DE, was originallyin PA. Delaware was actually part of William Penn's PA Colony. Delaware did not become a state until Dec 7, 1787, making him born in Christina Hundred, William Penn's Colony of PA, Now Wilmington, New Castle Co, DE. He married Mary McDonald in 1748. He was a hatter and owned a plantation in the Greenfield-Amsterdam community in New Castle County. Tobias Smidt Family Info Mary McDonald (Tobias wife) was born in New Castle Co., Delaware,the records of New Castle Co.,were searched & it has been discovered that Tobias Smidt was born March 16,1724 and he was baptized March 21, 1724 in the Holy Trinity Church or more commonly known as the Old Swedes Church in Wilmington,New Castle,Delaware.His parents being Hans George (Jurgen) Smidt/Smitt & Maria Stalcop.He had a brother named Ericus who was born May 31,1734 & we believe this is the Ericus who signed his name in the prayer book.On page 424 of records of Old Swedes Church ,Rev. Israel Acrelius,the parish priestwrote in 1749 ,"I have bought a number of Swedish psalm books in the same style with the approval of the Archbishop,& as they seem to be in demand on account of the style,I have written for more,& also humbly requested that thebooks be sent here after May,this making the instruction of the youth more easy.My successors who will reap the harvest of this,I hope will never deviate from this,and also will earnestly endeavor tokeep up the knowledge of the Swedish Language,their mother tongue,which is now much declined." It is believed that Ericus had one of these Swedish psalm books and signed his name in it.Tobias & two of his brothers,Frederick & Ericus left New Castle Delaware and went to Augusta County,Virginia.Tobias was in Augusta County as early as 1749: Frederick was there in 1752: and Ericus was there in 1770.Tobias Smidt was born March 16,1724 in New Castle Co.,Delaware. He died after 1785 in Va. He Married: Mary McDonald about 1748 There Children were: 1. Rebecca Smyth,Was born June 25,1775 in Washington Co.,Va.She died Apr. 19,1864 in Lee Co.,Va. 2. Cathrine Smyth,Was born Oct. 12,1756 in New Castle,De. She died Oct. 1841 3. Jonas Smyth,Was born Apr. 4,1750 in Augusta Co.,Va.He died July 6,1839in Emory,Va. 4. John Smyth,Was born 1759.He died as a young man. 5. Elizabeth Smyth,Was born Dec. 15,1757 in Augusta Co.,Va. She died Nov. 23,1846 in Lee Co.,Va. 6. Mary Smyth,Was born 1760 in Washington Co.,Va. 7. George Smyth,Was born Nov. 12,1754 in Augusta Co.,Va. He died March 6,1809 in Washington Co.,Va. 8. Edward Smyth.Was born May 10,1762 in Pa. He died Dec. 6,1852 in Lee Co.,Va.

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Tobias L. Smyth's Timeline

1725
March 16, 1725
Fort Christina, New Castle County, Lower Counties on the Delaware
March 21, 1725
Old Swedes Church, Holy Trinity Church, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware, United States
1725
Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware, United States
1750
April 11, 1750
Augusta County, Virginia Colony
1754
November 12, 1754
Augusta County, Virginia Colony
1756
October 12, 1756
Wilmington, New Castle County, Lower Counties of the Delaware
1757
December 15, 1757
Augusta County,Virgina,,,,
1759
1759
Augusta County,Virgina,,,,
1760
1760
Washington Co., VA