JOHN GORDON SMITH
Parents Of John Gordon Smith
William Daniel Smith
Birth:     Mar. 18, 1801
North Carolina, USA
Death:     Nov. 1, 1860
Johnson County
Georgia, USA
William Daniel Smith married Ann "Nancy" Stewart in 1823 probably in Emanuel Co., GA. They had at least 7 children.
Ann "Nancy" Stewart 
Birth:     Mar. 15, 1802
North Carolina, USA
Death:     Oct. 1, 1884
Johnson County
Georgia, USA
Ann "Nancy" (Stewart) Smith's parents are John D. Stewart, Sr. and Mary (Unknown maiden name) Stewart. 
The Children
1.  John Gordon Smith  1824-1894 
2.  Davis Smith  1826-1842
3.  Mary Smith  1827-1852
4.  George Washington Smith 1830-     1862
5. William Kimball Smith 1832-1904
6.  Joseph Curtis Smith  1834-1900
1850 United States Federal Census

Name:    William Smith
Age:    50
Birth Year:    abt 1800
Birthplace:    Georgia
Home in 1850:    District 28, Emanuel, Georgia, USA
Gender:    Male
Family Number:    360
Household Members:    
Name    Age
William Smith    50
Nancy Smith    49
William Smith    17
Joseph Smith    15
Mary Parson    13
Elizabeth Smith    18
The Smith-Lampp Cemetery is located on lands originally owned by William Daniel Smith- an early settler. He designated the cemetery plot as a
final resting place for him and his wife and children and their children.
 
He also had a number of slaves at the time and he reserved a place in his family cemetery as a burial plot for the slaves and their children. There are no markers for the slaves but their graves lie in the corner inside the family cemetery. 
 
The cemetery is located in the Mount Olive Section. Take Highway 15
South to the Mount Olive Road and turn right. Just before you get to
Mount Olive Church turn left on a dirt road. On the curve of the road
is the old Jud Lammp house.
JOHN GORDON SMITH
Mary Tison
John Gordon Smith
Georgia, Marriage Records From Select Counties, 1828-1978
 
1860 United States Federal Census

Name:    J G Smith
Age:    35
Birth Year:    abt 1825
Gender:    Male
Birth Place:    Georgia
Home in 1860:    District 395, Emanuel, Georgia
Post Office:    Swainsboro
Family Number:    121
Value of Real Estate:    View image
Household Members:    
Name    Age
J G Smith    35
Mary Smith    41
William D Smith    14
George W C Smith    12
Ruthey J Smith    10
Joseph N Smith    8
Mary D Smith    6
Margaret F Smith    3
Georgeann M Smith    1

 
DAVID SMITH

DAVID SMITH

 

Birth:     Apr. 2, 1826
Emanuel County
Georgia, USA
Death:     Sep. 7, 1842
Emanuel County
Georgia, USA

David Smith died at 16 years of age. 

MARY SMITH

Redding Beasley

Birth:     Aug. 10, 1823
Darlington County
South Carolina, USA
Death:     Jun. 11, 1901
Johnson County
Georgia, USA

David Redding (spelled "Redden" on 1st wife's gravestone) Beasley is the son of James Beasley and Lucinda (Meeks) Beasley. He 1st married Mary Smith on 10 May 1846 and 2nd married Mary Hart on 12 Apr 1853. Mary Smith, 1st wife, is buried at Smith-Lampp Cemetery, Scott, Johnson Co., GA. Redding is buried next to 2nd wife, Mary Hart.

REDDING BEASLEY
David Redding Beasley & his 2nd wife, Mary (Hart) Beasley & one of their daughters, Sophronia.
U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865

Name:    Redding Beasley
Rank at enlistment:    Private
State Served:    Georgia
Service Record:    Enlisted in Company H, Georgia 1st Infantry Regiment.
GEORGE WASHINGTON SMITH
George Washington Smith    1830–1862
BIRTH 1830 • Emanuel County Georgia, USA
DEATH 27 JUN 1862 • Cold Harbor, Hanover, Virginia, USA
George W.(?Washington) Smith who was born c1830, Emanuel Co., GA; served in the C. S. A.; and died on 27 Jun 1862 in Cold Harbor, Hanover Co., VA.
WILLIAM KIMBALL SMITH
CSA soldier from Laurens Co., GA - Co. C, 57th GA Infantry. He was captured at Vicksburg, Miss. on 04 Jul 1863. Exchanged in Aug 1863. Surrendered at Greensboro, NC on 26 Apr 1865. Listed in "Roster of Confederate Soldiers, Vol. 5", p. 950.

William Kimball Smith

 

Birth:     Oct. 25, 1832
Laurens County
Georgia, USA
Death:     Aug. 30, 1904
Johnson County
Georgia, USA

William Kimball Smith married Nancy Sarah Elizabeth Flanders on 08 May 1862 in Laurens Co., GA. They had at least 8 children:

- Mary Ann E. Smith (1853-1936) md. William F. Dowd
- Martha Jane Smith (1856-aft 1930) md. Alan Thompson
- Georgia Ann Smith (1859-) md. Sam Howell
- Sarah Frances "Fannie" Smith (1861-1922) md. Edward Booker Veal
- John James Smith (1862/63-1937) md. Sally Carter
- Christian Smith (1867-1907) md. Elijah/Eligah William "Scrap" Carter
- William Crawford(?Kimball) Smith (1869-1939/40) md. Rittie Walker
- Charlie Jordan Smith (1877-1962) md. 1) Anna Belle Stewart, 2) Deana Coxwell, and 3) Octavia Douglas. 

 

JOSEPH CURTIS SMITH
He enlisted in the C.S.A. - Private, Co. C, 2nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry at Wrightsville, Johnson County, Georgia.

Joseph Curtis Smith

 

Birth:     Nov. 25, 1834
Emanuel County
Georgia, USA
Death:     Nov. 26, 1900
Johnson County
Georgia, USA

 

JOSEPH CURTIS SMITH was born 25 Nov 1834 in Emanuel County, Georgia; the son of William Daniel Smith and Ann "Nancy" (Stewart) Smith. He married Elizabeth Amanda "Lizzie" Mason (19 Apr 1839 - 27 Feb 1922) on 15 Jan 1857 in Emanuel County, Georgia and they had at least seven children between 1857 and 1870:

 

- William Henry "Sawmill" SMITH (1857-1938)
- Mary J. SMITH (c1859-)
- John R. SMITH (1860-)
- Joseph Madison SMITH (1862-1917)
- Martha Ellen SMITH (1867-1929)
- "Lizzie" SMITH (1869-) Probably died in 1st yr. of life.
- Nancy Elizabeth SMITH (1870-1951)

 

It is said that he was "small of statue" and "always well dressed". He was a Farmer and on 05 May 1859, he was installed as Judge of the Inferior Court, Wrightsville, Johnson County, Georgia. He was also the Postmaster at Regent, Georgia, not far from Scott, where the Pony Express mail was dropped off.

He enlisted in the C.S.A. - Private, Co. C, 2nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry at Wrightsville, Johnson County, Georgia.

 

On 26 Nov 1900, he died in Johnson County, Georgia at the age of 66 from the flu after chopping a large amount of wood and is buried next to his wife in the Smith-Lampp Cemetery, Scott, Johnson County, Georgia. 

Smith homeplace in Scott, Johnson Co., GA. Left to right: Joseph Curtis Smith, his wife Elizabeth Amanda "Lizzie" (Mason) Smith, and her sister Liza (Mason) Crawford.
Georgia, Marriage Records From Select Counties, 1828-1978
John Gordon Smith Family Bible