Smith Family Reunion...Do you Known any of these people? Huntingdon or Blair Counties Pennsylvania

Smith Family Reunion...Do you Known any of these people? Huntingdon or Blair Counties Pennsylvania

The is a family reunion photo of the Smith family...We cannot identify some of the people in the photo. Anyone who knows the Smith Family of Huntingdon Borough or Newry please help us. John Smith born 1771 father of James Smith born 1803 father of Maxwell Smith born 1833 children of Maxwell Smith and Anna Mary Newton are: William Grant married Laura Bell Eckard, James Newton died in 1906 ferry accident in WA, Blanche Mabel married Harry Milton Johnson, Elise M. married James DeHaven, Clyde Nelson married Anna Zewe, Edgar Port, Martha married George DeLozier Helen Mary and Frank Lawerence died a month apart in April/May of 1908. John, James and Maxwell Smith were all Blacksmith in Newry/Blair Township. John first showing he bought property in Newry from Patrick Cassidy in 1813 then Huntingdon Co. Believe John Smith born in 1771 Maryland and James Smith born 1803 Maryland. Any information on this family or those in the photo would be so help. The photo was believed to be taken around the turn of the century 1900-1910 maybe a little earlier than that. James other children were Rebecca Smith who married John M. Stroup parents of Eliza Jane Stroup who married George Port of Huntingdon Borough, Sarah Jane Smith who married David R. Hamilton Williamsburg/Huston and William R. Smith who served in the Civil War. Family papers state Samuel Francis Smith writer of "America" is called an Uncle trying to connect the families...any help on this would be very much appreciated. Family history also has papers identify James Smith Deleclartion of Independence signer and William Smith provost of University also family members searching for more evidence than family letters.


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Smith Family Reunion

Hello! I came across this photo while searching for family pictures.

My cousin showed me a picture of our grandfather in his youth. I beleive that the man in the front row, bent down, with a toddler of 1-2 beside him is my great grandfather. His name is Richard Neugebauer, he married Manie Ewing. Manie's brother, Alonzo, had a daughter, Hannah, that married Harry Smith. Hannah's grandmother in-law (Harry's grandmother) was Alice Smith.

If that man in the front is my great grandfather (and I believe that he is my great grandfather), and if the toddler is one, then my great grandfather would be about 37 and the picture would have been taken around 1914. If the woman behind him is Manie, that would place her at the age of 26.

Do you have ANY names or relationships for this photo? I would be vey interested in knowing.

Thanks so much for sharing this!

Smith Family

The Smith's are my family. Maxwell Smith born 1833 was my great-great grandfather. He and his wife Anna M. Newton Smith were the parents of William Grant, Frank Lawerence, Blanche Mable, Martha E., Elise, Clyde Nelson, Edgar Port and Helen Mary. They were born and raised in Newry, Blair County, PA although most of them moved away. I have heard the name Alice not sure what relation. I would love to share and identify who is in the pictre. Look forward to hearing from you.

Patricia Smith Henson

Smith family Blanche Mabel

The Smith's relocated to Altoona. Blanche was my maternal grandmother. As a child knew my Aunts Elsie, Martha well. Have most of the Maxwell Smith family obits, plus photos of family at their last reunion. I'm just a beginner with Computerworld, so will attempt to check back with you and transfer what I have.

Smith Family

Thank you so much. It appears we are cousins. I would love any information you could share. I too have some to share with you. My email is [email protected]

Looking forward to hearing from you.