Lewis A. Smith, 6 North 52 West


In 1900 Fremont County, Colorado, there's a Lewis A. Smith, a bricklayer, born March 1876 in Colorado, with mother Maude Smith Dec 1846 Iowa. They're living with Maude's borther Phillip Keitts July 1833 Missouri.
Philip is living alone in 1910 Fremont County, and in 1920 is at the Poor Farm, age 83.
Phillip Kitts 1838-1921 is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Canon City # 35705338.

Lewis claimed two quarter in sections 19 and 30, 6N 52W in 1917.



He owned that tract in 1917, neighbor on the west Morton C. Cowee, on the north Fred John Sanders (also in 1917), John Hafeman and Louis Freimuth on the east, and Frank Propst on the south.



"Children of CYNTHIA TUCKER and JASPER SMITH are: i. JOHN W.5 SMITH, b. Abt. 1869, Barry County, Missouri. ii. JAMES SMITH, b. Abt. 1868, Barry County, Missouri. iii. FRANK JOESPH SMITH, b. Abt. 1874, Barry County, Missouri; m. DOVE EASLEY. iv. CHARILE SMITH, b. 1877, Barry County, Missouri. v. LEWIS A. SMITH, b. April 1880, Barry County, Missouri; m. JULIA LARECY. "

Barry County, Missouri "She is buried next to Fred Sanders. Her name is given as Williams on Fred's death record that Culver's reported. .... SSW: Lena M. - Research Note: His parents are given as Lewis Smith and Drusilla Perryman on his death certificate. His wife was given as Lena Towe Smith. He served in WWI and Mrs. Lena ..."

In 1910 Barry County, Lewis is a farm laborer, 38, living with mother Cyntha J. Smith, 62.

Lewis was in Barry County in 1920, 39, with Julia 37, Lucie 7, Evert 5, and Sinthy J. 4, all born in Missouri. If this is the same one, he might have claimed the Logan County land, leaving Julia in Missouri.

Charley Larcy, 16, Julia's son, is with them.

Julia Larecy 26, and Charley 6, are living with Frank Larecy 72 and Margrett 62 in 1910 Barry County.

This Lewis is buried in Barry Count 1880-1964 # 12877200, with Julia 1883-1961.

Louis A. Smith married Nora M. Horton in Logan County on April 21, 1935.
This one was probably born 1914, so too young to be the homesteader.

THIS IS LEONARD A. SMITH

May 6, 1910 Littleton, Colorado " Died, at her home in Denning, Arkansas, April 28th, Mrs. Grant Stearn-Smith, formerly known in Littleton as Nina Bernheim. While here she made her home with her uncle, L. A. Smith. She leaves an infant daughter of one month."

1919 "Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith spent from Friday to Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs. L. A. Smith. Lester has been in Old Mexico and is on his way to Montana."

May 28, 1915 Littleton

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