Aaron Smith born (1720 – 1776) and his brother, Captain John Carraway Smith fought in the American Revolution and were captured and held at Haddrell’s Point at Charleston, South Carolina. They were later freed. Both were Whigs. Aaron married Elizabeth Carraway. In 1776, Aaron’s family was attacked by Cherokee Indians; he and his wife and other members of his family were massacred.
Some Alabama Descendants of Aaron Smith Revolutionary War Soldier (1720-1776) is a compilation of some of his descendants in Alabama.
Descendant surnames of Aaron and Elizabeth (Carraway) Smith included in this book are: ABERCROMBIE, ANDREWS, ANGELL, BALDWIN, BELCHER, BURKE, CAFFEE, CARRAWAY, CAWTHORN, CLARK, COOK, COUVOISIER, DAVIDSON, DAVIS, FANCHER, FITCH, ARRINGTON, FELPS, GOODE, GREEN, HARRIS, HILL, LATIMER, MARDIS, MATTHIS, MCDUFFIE, MCGEHEE, MEDLOCK, MILLER, MOSS, NABORS, PARKER, PHELPS, PORTER, TIMBERLAKE, TURK, WALKER, WHITFIELD, WOODRUFF, WOODS, WOODWARD, WORTHINGTON
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