Note H1398 Index
Note found in genealogy file, Family History Library, submitted b y Charles
Fenwick (FHL 985191):
March 21, 1725
The Rev. Mr. Robt. Scott doth assigne over his part of a pew
in All Faith's Church belonging to him and Mr. Randolph Morris
and himself and the heirs of Mr. Will Smith to Mrs Priscilla Spa lding
and to the heirs of Chas. Smith to them and their heirs forever.
Church Record 1725 St. Mary's County, All Faiths Episcopal Church, St . Marys
Note H1399 Index
DEATH REGISTER, Cherokee Co.; Bk 1, p 4, line 6, no. 45, Rose Smit h,
27 January 1881, age 10 y, 8 mo, 15 d (indicating birth May 12, 1870);
(cause of death) Quinzy (quinsy i.e. tonsillitis); buried at Pitches
(cemetery?), Cherokee. This may be at or near Maryhill Cemetery near
Note H1400 Index
Information concerning the children of this unkown Snow appears i n a lengthly article about Thomas Gerard and his wife Susannah Snow i n the Chronicles of St. Mary's, July 1959, Vol 7, No. 7, pg 336.
Note H1401 Index
See SQ 382-400 and 1831 for further information on this family.
Note H1402 Index
SQ pg 2456 says he is son of Marlin Southard.
Note H1403 Index
See THOMAS JENKINS OF MARYLAND 1670 by Edward Felix Jenkins O.S.A . pg
40 "Alethea, born Feb 1, 1793; married Francis Simms."
See THE SPALDING FAMILY OF MARYLAND, KENTUCKY AND GEORGIA by Hughes
Spalding,pg 22: "Alethaire, the eleventh child of of Alethaire and
Benedict, was the first to die in the summer of 1833 during the chole ra
epidemic which swept through Washington and Marion Counties, Kentucky,
during that year."
On page 24: "Alethaire Spalding Simms- (1793-1833). She was the
eleventh child and sixth daughter of Benedict Spalding, Jr. and his
wife Alethaire Abell Spalding. Of the six daughters she was the onl y one
born in Kentucky. The others were born in St. Mary's County, Marylan d.
She married Francis Simms on November 7, 1810. She died July 14, 1833
in the great cholera epidemic in Central Kentucky in that year. On
February 7, 1834, her husband was married for the second time to Eliz abeth
Martin. Alethaire and her husband had nine children. They lived in
Washington County, Kentucky, on a farm near Springfield."
I assume that Father Felix Jenkins is in error in the spelling of
Alethaire since several sources use the alternate spelling and we ass ume
that she was named after her mother.
Note H1404 Index
Check 1880 Census of Kentucky for 2 listings for Alex Spalding, Ma rion
County, 069, Lebanan Precinct and 072, Lebanan Precinct. Marion Coun ty is
just southeast of Nelson County.
Note H1405 Index
Taken from a genealogy file at the Family History Library, Salt La ke,
(FHL 985191): "Doctor A. Jackson Spalding, 9-10-1826, 10-5-1897
(This is Andrew Jackson Spalding "Doctor Jack" son of Benedict Spaldi ng
and Alethea Greenwell. He married Margaret Ann Greenwell, dau. of
William F. Greenwell and Julianna Floyd --C. E. Fenwick)
Tombstone, 1897, St. Mary's--St. John's, Hollywood, Maryland."
Note H1406 Index
See THOMAS JENKINS OF MARYLAND 1670 by Edward Felix Jenkins O.S.A . at
pg 40: "Ann born February 8, 1771; married Clement Hamilton."
See THE SPALDING FAMILY by Hughes Spalding, FHL 929.273 Sp18sg; p g 23:
"Ann Spalding Hamilton--(1771:1863):
"She was the oldest child of Benedict and Alethaire Abel Spalding . She
was born February 8, 1771 in St. Mary's County, Maryland, and died Ja nu-
ary 26, 1863, near Lebanon, Kentucky. On August 7, 1792, she marrie d Clement
Hamilton at Bardstown, Kentucky. The Hamiltons spent their lives o n a farm
near Lebanon and are both buried in Calvary Cemetary. They had eigh t child-