Charlotte Augusta 8 BIGELOW
15326.391 Charlotte Augusta 8
BIGELOW, dau of John Boynton 7
( Silas 6 , Solomon 5 , Samuel 4, Samuel 3, Samuel 2, John 1) and Charlotte
BIGELOW, was born at Brooklyn, NY on 06 February 1838. On 15
1857 in Brooklyn, she married William Peck Smith, born 14 December
in Norwalk, CT. No data on deaths or burial. The first 2 children were
at "254 Navy St." Brooklyn, NY; the third at "200 Raymond St."
the last 4 at "149 Warren St." Brooklyn.
Children of William and Charlotte (Bigelow) SMITH:
15326.3911 William Henry SMITH, b 16 Mar
NY; d _____ ;
15326.3912 Charlotte Elisabeth SMITH, b 09
Oct 1860 Brooklyn, NY; d 02 Feb 1876 Brooklyn, NY;
15326.3913 Lyndon Peck SMITH, b 23 Aug
Brooklyn, NY; d _____ ;
15326.3914 Estella Francis SMITH, b 27
1869 Brooklyn, NY; d _____ ;
15326.3915 Lilla Bigelow SMITH, b 12
Jan 1872 Brooklyn, NY; d 24 Jan 1872;
15326.3916 Alvin Rutherford SMITH, b
1876 Brooklyn, NY; d _____ ;
15326.3917 Herbert Leland SMITH, b 11
1880 Brooklyn, NY; d _____ ;
Carton Smith, b _____ ; d ______ ; m (see below)
Bigelow Family Genealogy Vol II , p 72;
Howe, Bigelow Family of America.; p 318;
records of Bigelow Society historian/genealogist.
Correspondence with Lois Crew, descendant, sent information
from John Boynton Biglow's Bible 12 July 2000.
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
correction to a Biglow family page: Sydney Carton Smith
Martha Garvey < email@example.com >
My name is Martha Garvey, and my dad, John A. Garvey, was the son of Charlotte Rutherford
Smith Garvey, whose father, Sydney Carton Smith, is actually part of the family described
Though he doesn't seem to be included.
According to my grandmother Charlotte and her sister Josephine, Sydney was actually named
after Sydney Carton, one of the tragic characters in "A Tale of Two Cities."
Unfortunately, I don't think I can readily provide a date of birth for him at the moment.
I suspect my mother may have some records we took possession of when my grandmother died
in 1983. I can also tell you that at least two of the children were buried in Green-Wood
cemetery in Brooklyn; I actually have a map of the burial plot, and visited the graves
many years ago.
Lyndon Peck Smith, who is listed in the family tree, was an architect and publisher who
lived in New York City and the Palisades in New York. He was the managing architect on
the only building architect Louis Sullivan designed and built in New York City. (Sullivan
would go on to design many buildings in Chicago, and mentor Frank Lloyd Wright. Smith
published several articles by Sullivan. )If you search his name on the Brooklyn Eagle
data base, you'll get various odd bits of information, including his wedding
Sydney, my great-grandfather, had three children--my grandmother, Charlotte Rutherford
Smith Garvey(deceased), Josephine Smith (deceased), and Sydney Smith (deceased).
Hope some of this helps. I realized you need documentation for the existence of my
great-grandfather...when I have time, I'll see where it's ended up. :)
Modified - 09/01/2010
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