'Smith25'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Smyth of Carnarvon, Smith of Exeter, Smith of Gibliston

John Bangor (Captain)
We suspect that John was 'of Bangor' rather than have Bangor as a family name. It is possible (is it?) that this was the same person as Ieuan shown on Wales 68 (## see here ##) as father of Dafydd Bangor (a 1399, Dean of Bangor).
1. David (Bangor)
  A. Ieuan (Bangor)
  i. William Bangor possibly the William ap Ieuan ap Dafydd Bangor who married ...
  m. Annes (dau of Owen Tudur Vychan of Penmynydd)
  ii. Nicholas (Bangor)
a. Nicholas Smyth of Carnarvon
  (1) John Smyth 'of Carnarvon'
  m. Annes Marsh (dau of John Marsh of Aberconway)
  (A) Randle (Smyth)
  (i) Ann (Smyth)
m. John Smyth of Carnarvon @@ below
  (B) John Smyth
  m. Jonet (dau/heir of Hugh ap Madog Goch of Lleyn)
  (i) John Smyth of Carnarvon (a 1600)
  m1. Ann (dau of William Griffith of Carnarvon)
  (a) Tryphena Smyth
  m1. William Roberts of Llystyn
  m2. Robert Ellis ("a younger son of Ystumllyn")
(b) Margaret Smyth
  m. Thomas Wynn of Glascoed
  (c)+ other issue - Abraham (dsp), John, Alice, Mary, Ellen
  m2. Ann (dau of Randle) @@ above
  (h) John Smyth
  m. ?? (dau of Lewis ap Dafydd)
  ((1)) Thomas Smyth
  ((2)) John Smyth
  ((A)) Owen Smyth
  ((i)) Thomas Smyth
  m. Margaret Daniel
  ((a))+ issue - John (a 1725), Jane
  ((ii))+ other issue - Richard, Edmund
  ((B)) Jane Smyth
  m. Robert Evans of Carnarvon
  (i) Owen Smyth of Abergele (a 1640)
  m. Jane Price (dau of Edward Price of Celynin (drover))
  ((1)) Godfrey Smyth (dsp)
  ((2)) Susannah Smyth
  m. John Clough of Denbigh
((A))+ issue - Ellis, Mary
  (j) John Smyth of Chester (pewterer)
  m. Jane Simson (dau of Edward Simson of Bowden)
  ((1))+ issue - Charles, John, Sarah, Mary
  (k)+ other issue (dsp) - Randle, William
  (C) Elizabeth Smyth possibly of this generation
  Visitation (London, 1634, 'Martin') shows Elizabeth, dau of John Smith of Carnarvon son of Nicholas Smith son of Nicholas Smith alias Bangor son of David Bangor son of Sir Griffith Lloyd, as grandmother of William Martin et al (a 1634) by ...
  m. William Martyn of Bangor
  B.+ other issue



George Smith of Anstruther, Fife (burgess) possibly father of ...
1. Robert Smith, later of Gibliston, Fife (a 1690, clerk of the burgh of Pittenweem)
  m. Marjory Airth (d 1651, probably dau of James Airth (clerk of Pittenweem))
  A. George Smith of Gibliston (a 1690)
  i. Robert Smith of Gibliston
  m. (1730) Isabel Craigie (dau of John Craigie of Dumbarnie)
  a. ?? son (dvp 1759)
  b. ?? Smith of Gibliston (daughter) (d before 1803)
  Wood reports that Miss Smith left Gibliston "to a lady who have been engaged to her brother, but had in the meantime married Principal Smith" whose son Robert took the name of Smith and (in 1806) married Amelia, dau of Sir Robert Murray Keith.
  B. Robert Smith
  m. (before 1670) Sophia Hamilton



John Smith of Borage, Sheriff then Mayor of Exeter (a 1567, d before 1581)
m. Alice Muttleberrie (dau of Alexander Muttleberrie by Katherine Bevin)
1. Sir George Smith 'of Matford' of Sheriff then Mayor of Exeter (d 21.03.1619, MP)
  m1. (30.09.1572) Joan Walker (a 1587, dau of James Walker of Exeter, "descended of the Mathewes of Wales, who were descended of Flewillins & Herberts")
  A. Sir Nicholas Smith of Exeter, late of Larkbeare, Devon (bpt 31.07.1575, d 05.11.1622, MP)
  m. (c1604) Dorothea Horsey (a 1630, dau of Sir Raphe Horsey of Dorset, m2. Sir George Parry)
  i. Nicholas Smith (b c1606, d 20.12.1630)
  m. Rose Lambert (a 1630, sister of Charles, Lord Lambert)
  a. George Smith (b c09.1627, a 12.1630)
  ii. John Smith (b c1610, a 1630, 3rd son)
  We assume that this was the John Thomas Smith who is mentioned in Wikipedia ("Thomas Smith (governor of South Carolina)", 23.02.24) as father of Governor Thomas who is identified as grandson of Sir Nicholas Smith MP & great-grandson of Sir George Smith MP.
  m. Joan Atkins
a. Thomas Smith, Governor of South Carolina (b 1614, d 16.11.1694) 
  m1. Barbara Atkins
  (1) Thomas Smith (a 1684) possibly the father of the following grandson of Governor Thomas ...
  (A) Josiah Smith in South Carolina (b 1704, d 10.1781, cleric)
  (2) George Smith (a 1684)
  TCB (vol 5, 'Wright', p163) identifies the following Mary as "da. of John Smith, sometime Governor of South Carolina". It appears that no such Governor around this time was named John Smith. We speculate that Mary's father John should have been described as "son of Thomas Smith, Governor of South Carolina" so show ...
  (3) John Smith (Captain) possibly fits here
  m. Elizabeth Williamson
  (A) Mary Smith
  m. Sir James Wright, 2nd Bart (b c1747, dsp 16.09.1816)
  m2. Sabrina de Vignon
iii. Edith Smith (b c1608)
  m. (27.03.1627) William Bruton
  iv. other issue (a 1620) - George (b c1609, a 1630, Edward (b c1615), Raphe (b c1617, a 1630), Lettice (b c1613)
  B. Elizabeth Smith
  m. Sir Thomas Monke of Poweridg
  C. Jane Smith
  m. Richard Hening of Dorset
  D.+ other issue (dsp) including Thomas (a 1598)
  m2. (1598) Grace Viell d 1645, dau/coheir of William Viell by Jane, dau of Sir John Arundell of Trerize, widow of Peter Bevill of Killygarth)
  F. Grace Smith (bur 08.06.1647)
  m. Bevill Grenfield (son/heir of Sir Barnard Grenfield or Granville)
2. Robert Smith
  A. Robert Smith of Ilminster, Somerset
3. Julian Smith
  m. Thomas Hele of Exeter

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 29.06.17) : Griffith's Pedigrees (Carnarvon, p294)
(2) For middle section (uploaded 09.08.17) : 'East Neuk of Fife' (Walter Wood, 1887, p270)
(3) For lower section (uploaded 21.05.18, reviewed 23.02.24 using Wikipedia & HoP) : Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Smyth of Exeter', p691+), Wikipedia ("George Smith (MP for Exeter)" and connected pages, 23.02.24)
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