Elizabeth Smith1,2

F, b. circa 1816, d. 4 February 1892
FatherJames Smith1 b. 3 May 1772, d. Mar 1841
MotherMargaret Beardsworth b. 30 Dec 1764, d. Dec 1837
Relationship4th great-grandaunt of Taryn Lynn Phelan
           Elizabeth Smith was born circa 1816 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England..3,4,5
     Elizabeth Smith, age 25, appears as head of household in the census of 1841 in Leyland, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with Ann Smith, Ellen Smith, John Smith and Mary Smith.1 Elizabeth Smith resided in 1841 at Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with sisters Ann and Ellen, brother John, and Mary Smith (daughter of sister Ann). Her neighbors, both farmers, were the families of Henry Bamford (who was her brother-in-law) and Robert Smith (who may have been her uncle.)1
     Elizabeth Smith appears as Betty Smith, age 34, in the census of 1851 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.2 Elizabeth Smith resided in 1851 at 24 Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister, Jane and her husband, Henry Bamford and their chidren: Margaret, Robert, Henry, and Elizabeth. She also lived with her sister, Ann Smith, and a nephew and niece to the head of the household, John and Mary Smith, (who may have been Ann's ill. children.)2
     Elizabeth Smith, age 47, appears in the census of 1861 in 4 Jordan Street, Preston, England, in the household of Harriet Oakley, a school mistress, as her house servant.6
     Elizabeth Smith, age 59, appears in the census of 1871 in 4 Jordan Street, Preston, England, in the household of Harriet Oakley, a school mistress, as her house servant.7
     Elizabeth Smith, age 60, appears in the census of 1881 in 12 Jordan Street, Preston, England, with Harriet Oakley, a national school mistress, as her general servant (domestic).8
     Elizabeth Smith, age 70, appears in the census of 1891 in 12 Jordan Street, Preston, England, with Harriet Oakley as her domestic servant.9
     Elizabeth Smith died on 4 February 1892 at Lancashire, England.10 She was buried on 4 February 1892 at St. Mary's Church, Penwortham, Lancashire, England.10

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Census Records

DateLocationMemo
1841Leyland, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandElizabeth Smith, age 25, appears as head of household in the census of 1841 in Leyland, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with Ann Smith, Ellen Smith, John Smith and Mary Smith.1
1851Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandElizabeth Smith appears as Betty Smith, age 34, in the census of 1851 at Penwortham, Lancashire, England,in the household of Henry Bamford as his sister-in-law.2
18614 Jordan Street, Preston, EnglandElizabeth Smith, age 47, appears in the census of 1861 in 4 Jordan Street, Preston, England, in the household of Harriet Oakley, a school mistress, as her house servant.6
18714 Jordan Street, Preston, EnglandElizabeth Smith, age 59, appears in the census of 1871 in 4 Jordan Street, Preston, England, in the household of Harriet Oakley, a school mistress, as her house servant.7
188112 Jordan Street, Preston, EnglandElizabeth Smith, age 60, appears in the census of 1881 in 12 Jordan Street, Preston, England, with Harriet Oakley, a national school mistress, as her general servant (domestic).8
189112 Jordan Street, Preston, EnglandElizabeth Smith, age 70, appears in the census of 1891 in 12 Jordan Street, Preston, England, with Harriet Oakley as her domestic servant.9

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
1841Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandElizabeth Smith resided in 1841 at Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with sisters Ann and Ellen, brother John, and Mary Smith (daughter of sister Ann). Her neighbors, both farmers, were the families of Henry Bamford (who was her brother-in-law) and Robert Smith (who may have been her uncle.)1
185124 Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, EnglandShe resided in 1851 at 24 Backlane, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, with her sister, Jane and her husband, Henry Bamford and their chidren: Margaret, Robert, Henry, and Elizabeth. She also lived with her sister, Ann Smith, and a nephew and niece to the head of the household, John and Mary Smith, (who may have been Ann's ill. children.)2

Citations

  1. [S489] 1841 England Census, Lancashire, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 20, 306913.
  2. [S485] 1851 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 87289.
  3. [S489] 1841 England Census, Lancashire, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 20, 306913.
  4. [S485] 1851 England Census, Lancashire County, Penwortham, England, GSU Roll 87289, shows age 34 and Penwortham as birthplace.
  5. [S471] 1871 England Census, Lancashire County, Preston, England, GSU Roll 846952, shows age 56 and birthplace as Penwortham.
  6. [S494] 1861 England Census, Lancashire County, Preston, England, GSU Roll unknown cd7.
  7. [S471] 1871 England Census, Lancashire County, Preston, England, GSU Roll 846952.
  8. [S477] 1881 England Census, Lancashire County, Preston, England, GSU Roll 1342014.
  9. [S387] 1891 England Census, Lancashire County, Preston, England, GSU Roll 6098551.
  10. [S1116] Mary Welch Bamford Gravestone Inscription, St. Mary's Cemetery, St. Mary's Church, Penwortham, Lancashire, England, shows Elizabeth Smith, died 4 February 1892, aged 78 years.
  11. [S1121] Parish Clerks, Burials at St. Mary's of Penwortham 1857-1900, James Smith; 12 March 1836; shows "Ilegitimate son of Elizabeth Smith."