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Subject: [Cherokee Genealogy only] McCoy Smith
Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001 11:54:39 EDT
In the book, "Our People And Where They Rest" Volume 3. McCoy Smith
1846-1913, Hammer Cemetery, Sec. 12, R19E, T14N, Muskogee County. Others in
same cemetery; Baby of Cap Smith; Ned Smith, no dates given.
There is a lone grave in a pasture in Wagoner County, Sec. 33, R17E, T17N.
The inscription reads,
June 25, 1913
In the Emmet Star book, it appears that there was a McCoy Smith who married
Elizabeth Riley with no apparent children born to this union. A McCoy Smith
is listed as having a brother, Cabin Smith, parents unknown. Another marriage
for McCoy Smith was to Elizabeth Butler. Their children were; Edward Butler;
Jennie May, Juliette Elizabeth. Elizabeth Butler's parents were Edward Butler
and Elizabeth Jane Nivens nee Keys. (Elizabeth named her son after her
father.) Edward Butler Smith graduated from the male seminary on June 24,
McCoy Smith served with an artillery company in the Cherokee Mounted
Volunteers under Capt. Lee. He was a Councilor from the Canadian District in
1898 and Sheriff of the Canadian District in 1879.
Cabin Smith was Counselor for the Canadian District in 1859.
Hope this helps you out.