Smith, Robert Clark

Birth Name Smith, Robert Clark
Gender male
Age at Death 60 years, 9 months, 8 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth September 29, 1793 Prince Edward Island, Canada    
Death July 7, 1854 Montreal, Quebec    

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Smith, JosephAugust 11, 17611843
Mother Anderson, CatherineMarch 7, 17621852
    Sister     Smith, Sarah January 22, 1791 July 19, 1868
         Smith, Robert Clark September 29, 1793 July 7, 1854
    Sister     Smith, Ann October 31, 1798 1870
    Brother     Smith, John April 7, 1801 November 10, 1888
    Sister     Smith, Catherine Matilda March 22, 1804
    Brother     Smith, Charles March 19, 1809

Families

    Family of Smith, Robert Clark and Prendergast, Margaret
Married Wife Prendergast, Margaret ( * + ... )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage January 31, 1815 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Records of St. Paul's Church of England on familysearch  

Narrative

Robert Clark, son of Joseph Smith and Catherine Anderson his wife, baptized 1793 St. Paul's Church of England Charlottetown PEI. He was named after Robert Clark, a London Quaker who founded the first settlement named New London on Prince Edward Island. The Smiths were not Quakers, but were part of this early village.

Possible he was the Robert Clark Smith who married Margaret Prendergast and had a daughter Margaret on 28 May 1817, in Lot 49.

Name Margaret Prendergast Smith
Date of Burial 5 June 1819
Source pre-1906 Death Index. Charlotte Parish, St. Paul's records
Notes Wife of Robert Smith

The Islander – Oct 27, 1854
Died.
Suddenly, of Cholera, the 7th July last, in Montreal, C.E., Mr. Robert Smith, late of Lot 48, P.E. Island.

 

 

Pedigree

  1. Smith, Joseph
    1. Anderson, Catherine
      1. Smith, Sarah
      2. Smith, Robert Clark
        1. Prendergast, Margaret
      3. Smith, Ann
      4. Smith, John
      5. Smith, Catherine Matilda
      6. Smith, Charles

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