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Abner E. Smith Family

Abner E. Smith Family

Front row, left to right:
Frank Smith (aka Charles Frank) b. April 1886 in Illinois, d. after 1900 probably in Appanoose co., Iowa.

Nancy Jane Rutledge Smith, (aka Jane, Nannie), b. August 1860 in Vermilion co., Illinois, d. July 15, 1925 in Tama co., Iowa. Nancy is the daughter of John W. Rutledge and Susan H. Lyons.

Bert Smith (aka Andrew B.), b. September 1888 in Illinois, d. September 1979 in Tama co., Iowa.

Abner E. Smith, b. abt 1840 probably Indiana, (probably Fountain co.), d. January 1905, Appanoose co., Iowa. Abner is the son of John B. Smith and Susan Liggett Parker Smith Abner is holding his son:

Raymond Burr Smith, b. April 1895 in Illinois, d. unknown. in Tama co., Iowa. married. Elvira E. Weitzell

John William Smith (the submitter's grandfather) b. December 1884 in Vermilion co., Illinois, d. September 1977 in Tama co., Iowa. He married Ethel Ione Pulber.

Back row, left to right:
Elmer Smith (aka James Elmer) b. August 1880-81 in Illinois, d. April 1970 in Wapello co., Iowa. married first Eva Peek, second Nellie Harl

Effie Smith (aka Elizabeth Effie) b. December 1882, d. November 1909 in Harris co., Texas. married Jurden Peek

Other children born to Abner and Nancy Jane are:
Rolph, died young
Abby M. (aka Mae), d. Harris co., Texas, married Ronald Hempy
Eva, died in infancy
Clarence, died young
unknown Smith, died at birth?

Photo was taken in Moulton, Appanoose county, Iowa about 1895-96.

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