Hilliard Fort Smith
Full Name: Hilliard Fort Smith, Sr.
Date of birth: March 7, 1853
Date of death: December 31, 1940
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||Dates of Service
||Counties in District
Jan 8, 1895 - Jan 12, 1897
Cameron / Milam
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Obituary, "H.F. Smith Dies at Cameron Tuesday," The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger, 1/2/1941, p. 1, crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library. Born 3/7/1853 in Bastrop County; died 12/31/1940 in Cameron. "After moving to Cameron he was elected to the Texas Legislature in 1895 and served one term."
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
- Hillard Fort Smith, Sr., death date 12/31/1940 in Milam County.
FamilySearch Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.
- Hillard Fort Smith, Sr., birth date 3/7/1853 in Bastrop County, death date 12/31/1940 in Cameron, Milam County, retired banker.
FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
- Hilliard Fort Smith (1853-1940), burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Cameron, Milam County. Includes reprint of obituary in Dallas Morning News, 1/1/1941. Hilliard Fort Smith, Jr. (1888-1959), burial in Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple, Bell County.
Find a Grave. Hilliard Fort Smith
Hilliard Fort Smith, Jr.
- Obituary, Hilliard F. Smith, Jr., 6/14/1959, p. 1. "He [Hilliard F. Smith, Jr.] was the son of Milam County pioneers, Hilliard F. Smith and Viola Oxsheer Smith, a banking family with extensive land holdings dating back before the Texas Republic. He was a grandson of W.W. Oxsheer, a state representative of Milam County during reconstruction days." Relatives - William Wilson Oxsheer, father-in-law; Hilliard Fort Smith, Sr., son-in-law.
H.F. Smith, 24th Legislature, State Preservation Board
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