See also

Daniel SMITH (1720-1797)

1. Daniel SMITH (also known as Daniel Lea SMITH), son of Daniel SMITH (1676-1758) and Mary WENTWORTH (c. 1690-1761), was born in [Julian] 1720. He married Susanna INGHAM in 1769. He died on [Julian] 25 April 1797.


Susanna INGHAM and Daniel SMITH had the following children:


Susanna SMITH ( - )

Second Generation

2. Daniel SMITH, son of Christopher SMITH and Elizabeth SAYLE, was born in 1676 in Paget, Bermuda. He married Mary WENTWORTH before 1716. He died in 1758 in Bermuda.


3. Mary WENTWORTH, daughter of John WENTWORTH and Susannah LEA, was born circa 1690 in Bermuda. She died in [Julian] January 1761 in Bermuda. She and Daniel SMITH had the following children:


Christopher SMITH (c. 1714-c. 1760). Christopher was born circa [Julian] 1714 in Bermuda. He was lost at sea, en route to Bermuda or Turks Islands.

John SMITH (1716-aft1716). John was born in [Julian] 1716. He died after [Julian] 1716.

William John SMITH (c. 1718- ). William was born circa [Julian] 1718.


Daniel SMITH (1720-1797)

Third Generation

4. Christopher SMITH, son of Thomas SMITH and Fridesweed HARVEY, was born circa 1653 in Bermuda. He died in 1715 in Bermuda. He married Elizabeth SAYLE.


5. Elizabeth SAYLE was born in Bermuda. She died in Bermuda. She and Christopher SMITH had the following children:



Daniel SMITH (1676-1758)


6. John WENTWORTH, son of Hugh WENTWORTH and Mary UNK, was born before 1637 in Smiths, Bermuda. He married Susannah LEA before December 1683 in Bermuda. He died after 7 October 1716 in Warwiick, Bermuda.


7. Susannah LEA, daughter of Philip LEA and Mary COPLAND, was born on 8 March 1658 in Bermuda. She died after 21 October 1691 in Bermuda. She and John WENTWORTH had the following children:



Mary WENTWORTH (c. 1690-1761)

Hugh WENTWORTH (aft1691- ). Hugh was born after [Julian] August 1691 in Warwick, Bermuda (Probably).

Philip WENTWORTH (aft1691- ). Philip was born after [Julian] 24 August 1691 in Warwick.

John WENTWORTH (aft1722- ). John was born after [Julian] 5 July 1722.