Thursday, January 28, 2016

Smalley Lineage

While searching the book collection at FamilySearch, I came across the book "Our Smalley Lineage" by Viola Smalley Miller, which contains information regarding Francis Smalley, the Patriot ancestor which mom is using to apply for membership in the DAR.

Francis' Revolutionary War service was mentioned : "He was a soldier of the Revolution.  From the Vermont Revolutionary Rolls we learn that he was a member of Captain Bush's and Boardman's Co. in 1777, 'to assist the Shatford people in the retreat', a member of Captain Bush's Co. 'when the enemy came to Royalton' in 1780, of Captain Bush's Co. 'in guarding and scouting at Stratford at times of alarm at Newbury' in 1780; a member of Captain Joshua Hazen's Co. in 1781 and a member of Captain Timothy Brush's Co. 'at the time the enemy came to Peacham'.

The author, Viola Smalley Miller, was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.  I have begun scouring through this work, adding bits of facts that I can use to update my database and verify through later research.

Descriptive Information

TitleOur Smalley lineage
AuthorMiller, Viola Smalley
DescriptionJohn Smalley (d. 1692) immigrated from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1632, and married Ann Walden in 1638. They moved to Middlesex Co., New Jersey.
Physical Description145 p.
Patron Usage Instructions
Copyright Status/OwnerRefer to document for copyright information
Access RightsPublic
System RequirementsInternet Connectivity. Worldwide Web browser. Adobe Acrobat reader.
Title Number196765
LanguageEnglish; eng; en
SubjectSmalley family; Livingston family; Page family;
CollectionFamily History Archive
Metadata Entrycodepending
Publisher Digital is:Genealogical Society of Utah d.b.a FamilySearch
File Size is:22025 KB
Page Count is:158
Family History Call Number929.273 Sm18a
Owning InstitutionGenealogical Society of Utah d.b.a FamilySearch;

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