James Smith (c1831-1877)

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History

James Smith was born about 1831 in Melrose (Roxburgh, Scotland) to Thomas Smith (1785-1857) and Jean nee Turnbull.


James Smith was co-proprietor of a timber yard and Ballarat Saw Mills, with his brother Adam Smith (c1825-1888).


James Smith was a shareholder and director of the Phoenix Foundry.


James Smith died 24 September 1877 at 17 Lyons Street, Ballarat (Victoria, Australia). He is buried in the Ballarat Old Cemetery (Area BN, Section 15, Grave 1).

Legacy

Family

John Smith (c1748-1815) married Mary Williamson

--+ Elizabeth Smith (1775-?)

--+ Agnes Smith (1777-?)

--+ James Smith (1779-1862)

--+ Agnes Smith (1781-1796)

--+ John Smith (1783-1864) married Alison Purves

--.--+ Jane Smith (1819-1911)

--.--+ John Smith (1821-?)

--.--+ Charles Smith (1822-1862)

--.--+ Mary Smith (1824-1825)

--.--+ John Smith (1827-1869) married Violet Smith

--.--.--+ Jane Turnbull Smith (1863-?)

--.--.--+ Charles Melbourne Smith (1865-?)

--.--.--+ John Purves Smith (1867-?)

--.--+ James Smith (1829-1887)

--.--+ Thomas Smith (1831-1887)

--.--+ William Smith (1834-1900)

--.--+ Robert Smith (?-1904) married Jane Priscilla Macpherson

--.--.--+ Helen Macpherson Smith

--.--+ Alice Smith (1836-?)

--.--+ Andrew Smith (1838-?)

--.--+ George Smith (1839-?)

--.--+ Andrew Smith (1840-?)

--.--+ Elizabeth Mary Smith (1842-?)

--.--+ Adam Smith

--.--+ Agnes Smith

--+ Thomas Smith (1785-1857) married Jean Turnbull

--.--+ Adam Smith (c1825-1888) married Eliza Bruce Cameron

--.--.--+ Margaret Agnes Ursula Smith (1863-?)

--.--.--+ Jane Turnbull Smith (1865-1866)

--.--.--+ Charles Lonsdale Smith (1870-?)

--.--.--+ Violet May Smith (1871-?)

--.--+ James Smith (c1831-1877) married Grace Horsburgh

--.--.--+ Thomas Smith (1868-1868)

--.--.--+ DAUGHTER Smith (1871-1871)

--+ Andrew Smith (1787-?)

--+ Mary Smith (1789-?)

--+ Violet Smith (1793-?)

See also

Ballarat Gas Company

Ballarat Saw Mills

Phoenix Foundry

Notes


References


Further Reading

External links


--Beth Kicinski 13:25, 7 April 2016 (AEST)

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