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Samuel Smith, the father of general Andrew J. Smith, who distinguished himself in the late war. He fought at the battle of Trenton. At that time he was living at Robert Neely's, below New Hope, where James Madison, afterward President of the United States, who was wounded at Trenton, was taken and remained some time to recover of his wound.
History of the Hart Family
WWH Davis 1867
Anthony and Margaret (Simpson) Torbert, born March 27, 1802, was a civil engineer. He married January 9, 1836, Mary Ellen Coryell, daughter of Lewis and Mary Coryell, of New Hope, Bucks county, Pennsylvania, and went to Harrison county, Ohio, where he died February 25, 1838. His widow returned to Bucks county with her infant daughter and later married Dr. Samuel Lilly, of Lambertville, New Jersey, by whom she had one son, John Lilly, living in Lambertville. She was born at New Hope, December 4, 1817, and died at Lambertville, August 4, 1867.
CHAPTER XIV (Vol. II), 1905 ed.
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN (1864) 2nd Inaugural
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