|Note*|| ||Note(s): http://www.gencircles.com/users/jls1149/1/data/20286|
One of the notes on another person's GenCircles entry on Elisha says that Elisha settled the Connolly farm, on Leatherbarke, where he and his wife and several children, all died near the same time of fever. Elisha, his eldest son, who was married, died at this time; and Levi, of Hardman chapel; and Gilbert, of Long Run; and Mrs. Lydia Ann Goff, wife of the late M. A. Goff, of Hazelgreen; & mother of L. C. Goff, of Juna, have since passed on, leaving families; and James T. Smith, of Burnt House; and Mrs. Sarah Jane (John) Goff, of Gilmer county are the surviving members of the family - Ritchie County, West Virginia
Another person has as a source: The Ancestors and Descendants of Absalom Wamsley Smith, Pioneer to Utah 1852, by Maud B. Allen, January, 1962 Page: pg 9,15.
|Census1850*||1850 ||Elisha Smith appeared on the 1850 census as the head of household, Ritchie Co., West Virginia, along with Martha Stewart, Gilbert Perry Smith, Roana Smith, James Smith, Isaac Smith, Levi Smith, V Elias Smith, Elijah Smith, Robert Smith, Sarah Smith, William Smith and Phebe A Smith . His info on the census included Smith, Elisha 48 b.VA farmer. |