Mary Smith1

#10127, (before 9 October 1628 - circa 1671)
Relationship8th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*Lieut. Samuel Smith2 (c 1602 - b 1680/81)
Mother*Elizabeth Smith3 (c 1602 - 1685)

Family

John Graves b. s 1628, d. 1677
Children 1.John Graves Jr.+1 (c 1653 - 1730)
 2. Mary Graves+10 (c 1654 - 1727)
 3.Isaac Graves11 (c 1655 - )
 4.Samuel Graves11 (c 1657 - )
 5.Sarah Graves11 (c 1659 - 1700)
 6.Elizabeth Graves11 (1662 - )
 7.Daniel Graves11 (1664 - )
 8.Ebenezer Graves11 (1666 - )
 9.Bethia Graves11 (1668 - 1668)
 10.Nathaniel Graves+12 (1671 - c 1757)
Birth*before 9 October 1628She was born before 9 October 1628 at Suffolk, EnglandB.3,1,4 
Baptism9 October 1628She was baptized on 9 October 1628 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Hadleigh, Suffolk, EnglandB.3 
30 April 1634She accompanied Lieut. Samuel Smith and Elizabeth Smith on 30 April 1634 from Ipswich, England, on the Elizabeth to Watertown, Massachusetts, age 4.3,5,6 
1635She removed with Lieut. Samuel Smith and Elizabeth Smith to Wethersfield, Connecticut, in 1635.7 
Marriage*circa 1652She married John Graves, son of Thomas Graves and Sarah _____, circa 1652 at Connecticut.1,8 
circa 1652 As of circa 1652,her married name was Graves.1 
Death*circa 1671She died circa 1671 at Hatfield, Massachusetts.1,9 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis

Citations

  1. [S738] James M. Crafts, History of the Town of Whately, Mass. 1661-1899 (Whately, MA: Town of Whately, 1899), 474. Hereinafter cited as History of Whately (Crafts).
  2. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995-2011), VI:400–01.
  3. [S944] Paul W. Prindle, "The Wife of Lt. Samuel Smith of Wethersfield", The American Genealogist 32 (Oct. 1956).
  4. [S165] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, four volumes (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), IV:131, citing the custom house record of their voyage on the Elizabeth in 1634 (age 4) which does not agree with the baptism record. Hereinafter cited as First Settlers of New England.
  5. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, VI:396, citing Hotten 280, 282; Elizabeth as "his wife, aged 32."
  6. [S165] James Savage, First Settlers of New England, IV:131, citing the custom house record of their voyage on the Elizabeth in 1634.
  7. [S166] Robert Charles Anderson, Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, VI:396.
  8. [S1220] Torrey's New England Marriages Prior to 1700, online AmericanAncestors.org, no. 13848. John Graves (ca 1622-1677) & 1/wf Mary [SMITH] (?1630-1660, 1668?); by 1653; Wethersfield/Hadley/Hatfield/Deerfield. Originally published as New England Marriages Prior to 1700. CD-ROM. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society. Hereinafter cited as New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (AA).
  9. [S165] James Savage, First Settlers of New England, II:295, and speculating that John's youngest child, Nathaniel, may have been the child of his second wife. If so, that would move her death to at least one year earlier.
  10. [S1222] Ralph Stebbins Greenlee and Robert Lemuel Greenlee, The Stebbins Genealogy, two volumes (Chicago: privately published, 1904), I:61.
  11. [S744] Daniel White Wells and Reuben Field Wells, History of Hatfield Massachusetts 1690-1910 (Springfield, Mass.: F.C.H. Gibbons, 1910), 405, giving names and dates but not specifying whether the mother was John's first or second wife (both named Mary). Savage does not name the first wife but speculates that the second Mary may have been the mother of the youngest, Nathaniel.
  12. [S744] Daniel White Wells and Reuben Field Wells, History of Hatfield 1690-1910, 476.