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Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [roberts.GED] [adgedge.ged] ! (1) 1860 Census, Bristol, RI, p.72. Household of Richard D. Smith. LDS film #22,262. (2) Application for passport, National Archives: (a) No. 3813, 14 Nov 1861, Vol. 220 (appli cation by Charles H.R. Doringh). (b) No. 15920a, 27 Oct 1864, Vol. 267. (3) Bristol, RI Marriages, 1866, p.66. LDS film #917,788. (4) Album compiled by Nell and Nora Turnbull of Selma, CA (grandnieces). (5) Will & Codicil of Hannah B. Smith, Bristol Co., RI Probate Court, Vol. 5, p.507. FHL fi lm #912,776. ! Birth: (1) Age 18 in 1860 (b. 1842), b. in Cuba. (2a) Age 19 in 1861 (b. 1842). (2b) Age 2 1 in 1864 (b. 1843). (3) Age 24 in 1866 (b. 1842). Born in Ytabo/Ytaro(?), Cuba. (NOTE: Ther e is a Yara in the state of Granma, Cuba, and an Itabo in the state of Matanzas.) Marriage to Josiah Caldwell: (3) 2 Oct 1866, Bristol, RI, by Thomas M. Clarke, Bishop of Rh ode Island. 1st marriage for both. (1) 1860: Was a student, living with her mother. (2a) 1861, 12 Nov: Her brother-in-law, Charles H.R. Doringh, applied for a passport for him self, her mother Hannah, Anita, and her sister Leonora. Passport was issued 14 Nov. (2b) 25 Oct 1864: Applied for a passport in Bristol, RI, which was issued 27 Oct. Describe d as of middling stature, blue eyes, light brown hair. (3) 1866, Oct: Residence was Ytabo, Guamutas, Cuba. (These are 2 separate towns in the stat e of Matanzas.) (5) 1876, 4 May: Codicil to will of Hannah B. Smith leaves some chairs, $4,000 and (?) to d aughter Anita S.(?) Caldwell. (4) She and her husband lived in Tunbridge Wells, England. Had 2 daughters. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.