Smyth, Pepper John


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  • Gender  Male 
    _UID  AF53ABBBB30643E888254EFBC9CFCA41E576 
    • “From a family Bible in Heath Smith’s safe, I found this information. It said that Wyatt’s father was “Pepper” John Smyth who was a ‘soldier in the war of George Washington’s day’. I have not been able to establish much about John Smyth. There are so many of that name who served in the Revolutionary War. I did find a will of one John Smith who died in 1820 leaving many children, among them one named Wyatt. If this our Wyatt, the only John Smith who was in the war and died in 1820 was a John Smith who was born in 1764 and died in 1820. He was a private in the Virginia division and tradition says he was a cook thus the name ‘Pepper;” [1]
    Person ID  I7161  Keith and Kay's
    Last Modified  9 Feb 2013 

    Family 1  English, Mary 
    _UID  256EA6E1487842A3B32066F35E0AFDD5251A 
    >1. Smyth, Wyatt Tansel,   b. Abt 1788, North Carolina, United States Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F5033  Group Sheet

    Family 2  Ann 
    _UID  6F7783A988AD4B69A81DB5A6D9363BE247FB 
    Family ID  F5034  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S476] Letter to Leonard Lineberry, Connie Smyth.

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