The Ancestors and Descendants of Henry D Lendermon including Aunt Jim—James Frances Lendermon Love Smith: A 2022 Update

Justus Lindermann left his home in Bavaria, Germany in 1740 aboard the ship Loyal Judith for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he was a farmer and a linen weaver. His descendants participated in the Revolutionary War in North Carolina and helped to establish Greenville, South Carolina. They spent time in Maury and Caroll Counties, Tennessee, then moved south to Marshall County, Mississippi. The Lendermon family ended up in Prairie County, Arkansas where his four times great-granddaughter, James Frances Lendermon Love Smith (Aunt Jim) raised her family and where generations of descendants still live.

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The Descendants of Stephen C. Smith and Samantha Jane Bilbrey of Tennessee and Arkansas

Stephen C. Smith and Samantha Jane Bilbrey were married in Carroll County, Tennessee in 1854. They had eight children, most of whom had children of their own. Some time after 1870, they moved to Prairie County, Arkansas and then across the White River to White County where they built a home and ran a farm in the Garner Township in a little place called Vinity Corner. Many of their descendants still live in the area. This book is dedicated to the descendants of this large Smith family.

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Stonnie Smith: His Service in the 84th Infantry Division during WWII. For more information, click here.