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Earl F. Smith

1895 – 1918

U. S. Census

Census AgeRaceGenderMaritalRelationAddressImmigratedBirthplaceFather'sMother'sAs transcribedNote
19005WhiteMaleSingleSon210 Elm Ter.PennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaEarl F Smith N. Essex
191014WhiteMaleSingleSon207 Elm Ter.PennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaPennsylvaniaEarl F Smith207 Elm

Census Households

Census Name Relation Age Own Race Marital Birthplace Business Trade Note
1900John F SmithHead42RentWhiteMarriedPennsylvaniaCarpenterAt 211?
Ella B SmithWife35WhiteMarriedPennsylvania
Mildred S SmithDaughter7WhiteSinglePennsylvaniaat school
Earl F SmithSon5WhiteSinglePennsylvania
1910John F SmithHead52OwnWhiteMarriedPennsylvaniaHouseCarpenter
Ella B SmithWife48WhiteMarriedPennsylvania
Mildred S SmithDaughter17WhiteSinglePennsylvania
Earl F SmithSon14WhiteSinglePennsylvania

Narberth Roll of Honor

Note: Earl Smith died of pneumonia (influenza?) at home in Narberth, while on furlough. Becasue he died while in military service during WWI, he was made an honorary member of the Narberth American Legion Post. See Our Town October 10, 1918

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