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Smith is the fifth most common surname in Ireland. The Irish Smith clan originated during the Norman Saxon period so it was adopted very early in Ireland. Smith is also the most common surname in the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States, representing more than 1 out of every 100 persons in each of these countries.
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    Hi, I'm Sue from NY, USA.  My 4x great grandmother is  Elizabeth Smyth b.c.1750 County Meath m. James Farmer, parents of Nicholas Farmer & Honor Farmer m. James Battersby.  Nicholas Farmer may have been well-known in the Killallon/Oldcastle area of County Meath, or there may have been more than one Nicholas Farmer, possibly a relative, also Nicholas Smyth in the area. On Find-A-Grave I have found Farmer gravestones in a Clonabreany Cemetery which is on Battersby property, leading me to believe they are related.  Smyth, Farmer, Battersby, Hassett is my mtDNA line.  I'm on GEDmatch, Ancestry, FTDNA, & 23&me.  

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    Agnes Smith, b. 1738 Antrim. Married William McCreight b 1735. Married 12/4/1759 Had 5 children in Ireland before passage to America 1772
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    Raymond Smyth

    sadly i have to go away for awhile but will gather as much history as i can all i can recall is that my fathers family came from Glennavey Co. Antrim excuse the spelling mistakes
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