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Families covered: Smith of Cressing Temple, Smith (Bromley) of East Stoke, Smith of Foelalt, Smith of Gaddesby, Smith of Nottingham, Smith of Selsdon, Smith (Lord Carrington) of Upton, Smith of Woodhall Park
[Most of this page was previously within Smith04. It was moved here to reduce that page & faciliate clarification of its sources as much as to facilitate further expansion.]

William Smith of Cressing Temple, Essex
m. Grace Cooke (dau of Robert Cook of Bocking)
1. William Smith of Cressing Temple (d 1622)
A. John Smith of Cropwell Boteler, Nottinghamshire (d by 05.1642) the first mentioned by BP1934
  m1. (by 12.1630) Elizabeth Garton (dau of Thomas Garton of Cropwell)
  i. Thomas Smith of Nottingham & Gaddesby (bpt 01.11.1631, d 14.07.1699)
  The following is partly supported by 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 3, part 2, 1804, 'Pedigree of Smith of Gaddesby', p971).
  m1. Mary Hooper (dau of John Hooper)
  a. Mary Smith (d 03.05.1720)
  m. John Eggleton
  b. Fortune Smith (b 1669, d unm 1691)
m2. (27.02.1681) Fortune Collin (d 03.1716, dau of Lawrence Collin of Nottingham, sister of Abel of Nottingham)
  c. Thomas Smith of Broxtowe (Broxton), Nottingham & Gaddesby, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (d 08.01.1727-8)
  The following comes is supported by Commoners (vol 1, 'Smith of Ashlyns Hall', p98).
  m. Mary Manley (dau of Thomas Manley (Manly) of Thornyhills)
  (1) Mary Smith (b c1711, d 17.03.1748-9)
  m. (14.02.1737/8) Thomas Tenison or Tennison (not Tomson)
  (2) Elizabeth Smith
  m. Giles Eyre of Box
  (3) Catherine Smith
  m. William Ring of Bath
  (4) Anne Smith
m. Henry Walters of Bath Easton
  (5) Harriet Smith (d unm)
  d. Samuel Smith of London (d 1751)
  The following is partly supported by Commoners (vol 1, 'Smith of Ashlyns Hall', p98+).
  m. Elizabeth Cartilich (dau of John Cartilich of London)
  (1) Thomas Smith of Keyworth (2nd or 3rd son)
  m. Dorothy Lyster (dau of John Lyster of Sysonby)
  (A) Elizabeth Smith (d 12.04.1824)
  m. (1795) Sir Philip Hales (not Males), 5th Bart of Beaksbourne
  (2) Samuel Smith of London (b 27.09.1722, d 04.12.1789, 3rd or 2nd son))
m. Elizabeth Watson (d 12.02.1782, dau of Thomas Watson)
  (A) Samuel Smith (b 19.03.1755, bur 29.06.1793, MP)
  m. Mary Locker (dau of George Locker of Mappleton)
  (i)+ 2 or 3 daughters
  (B) Thomas Smith (b 19.03.1755, d 12.1799)
  m. (21.06.1791) Mary Hely-Hutchinson (d 30.10.1820, dau of John Hely-Hutchinson, aunt of Earl of Donoughmore)
  (i) Hely Hutchinson Smith (b 23.10.1796, d 30.09.1829) had issue
m. (25.04.1827) Kate Williams (dau of John Williams)
  (ii) daughter
  (iii) C(harlotte) Jocelyn Mary Smith (d 03.08.1830)
  m. Rev. H.B. Tristram
  (C) Charles Smith (b 06.10.1757, d 08.1802, rector of Southrepps)
  m. (09.07.1792) Anne Sawyer (d 09.10.1839, dau of Anthony Sawyer of Heywood)
  (i) Charles Smith of Upton Lodge, Slouth (b 12.11.1795, d 18.03.1873) had issue
  m. (25.04.1821) Caroline Nancella Shadwell (sister of Sir Lancelot Shadwell)
  (ii) Rev. Robert Smith (b 10.02.1799, d 30.06.1829) had issue
  m. (23.11.1824) Jane Bovill Chapman (dau of Robert Chapman of Rosherville)
(iii) Rev. Herbert Smith (b 20.07.1800, d 02.06.1876) had issue
  m. (08.05.1828) Cassandra Cecil Chamberlayne (dau of Admiral Charles Chamberlayne)
  (iv) daughter
  (D) George Smith (b 06.03.1764, d 25.01.1811) had issue
  m. (12.06.1797) Frances Sawyer (d 15.04.1841, dau of Anthony Sawyer of Heywood)
  (i) Frances Mary Smith (d 1851) possibly of this generation
  m. (1829) Herbert Sawyer (b 1803, nephew of Frances)
  (E) James Smith of Ashlyns Hall, Sheriff of Hertfordsdhire (b 03.09.1768, d 16.02.1843) had issue
m1. (04.07.1799, sps) Frances Arbuthnot (d 30.04.1800, dau of John Arbuthnot, sister of Rt. Hon. Charles)
  m2. (23.12.1803) Mary Isabella Pechell (d 14.02.1823, dau of Augustus Pechel of Berkhamsted)
  (F)+ other issue (d young) - William, William
  (3)+ other issue - John (d unm), William, Charles, Anne, Elizabeth, Mary
  e. Abel Smith of Nottingham & East Stoke (d 12.1756)
  Apart from the line of Abel's eldest son, which comes mainly from BP1934 ('Bromley-Wilson'), and as otherwise reported below, the following comes from BLG1952 ('Smith formerly of Edwalton and Foelalt') with some input/support from Nichols.
  m. (11.05.1713) Jane Beaumont (d 1743, dau of George Beaumont of Chapelthorpe)
  (1) Sir George Smith, later Bromley, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, 1st Bart of East Stoke (d 05.09.1760)
  m1. (18.08.1747) Mary Howe (b 03.11.1725, d 18.05.1761, dau of Major William Howe)
  (A) Sir George Smith, later Bromley, later Pauncefote, 2nd Bart of East Stoke (b 18.08.1753, d 17.08.1808, 2nd son)
  m. (08.01.1778) Esther Curzon (d 07.11.1839, dau of Assheton Curzon, Viscount of Penn)
  (i) Sir Robert Howe Bromley, 3rd Bart of East Stoke (b 28.11.1778, d 08.07.1857, Admiral) had issue
  m. (08.06.1812) Anne Wilson (d 06.03.1873, dau of Daniel Wilson of Dallam Tower)
  (B)+ other issue - Howe (b 1749, d young), Mary, Jane
  m2. (23.02.1768) Catherine Vyse (dsp 21.02.1786, dau of William Vyse, archdeacon of Lichfield)
  (2) John Smith of London (bpt 05.05.1716)
  m. Elizabeth Greenland of Chelsea
  (A) Thomas Smith of Gedling House and Foelalt, Sheriff of Cardiganshire (d 1817)
  m. Mary Bigsby (dau of James Bigsby)
  (i) Thomas Smith of Nottingham and Llanddewi Brefi (b 1772, d 1844) had issue
  m. (05.12.1805) Anna Spurgin of Southminster (d 1808)
  (ii) George Smith of Edwalton and Foelalt (b 1774, d 1843) had issue
m. (1800) Eliza Margaret Davis (dau of William Davis)
  (iii) Robert Smith, later Pauncefote of Preston Court (b 1788, d 1843) had issue
  m. Emma (d 28.06.1853)
  (iv) Mary Smith (d unm)
  (3) Abel Smith of Nottingham (bpt 14.03.1717, d 12.07.1788)
m. (05.09.1745) Mary Bird (d 04.04.1780, dau of Thomas Bird of Barton)
  (A) Thomas Smith (b 1746, d unm 1769)
  (B) Abel Smith of Welford (b 29.06.1748, d 22.01.1779)
  m. (22.09.1777) Elizabeth Uppleby (dau of John Uppleby of Wootton)
  (i) Mary Smith
  m. (29.11.1804) John Sargent (d 03.05.1833, rector of Lavington)
  (a) Emily Sargent (d 10.03.1841) apparently of this generation
  m. (11.06.1828) Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford then Winchester (b 07.09.1805, d 19.07.1873)
(b) Mary Sargent (d 27.01.1878) apparently of this generation
  m. (24.07.1834) Henry William Wilberforce
  (c) Sophia Lucy Sargent (b 09.1814, d 21.03.1850) kindly brought to our attention by a contributor (FB, 30.11.11)
  m. (05.05.1834) George Dudley Ryder (b 11.04.1810, d 10.06.1880)
  (C) Robert Smith, 1st Lord Carrington of Upton (b 22.01.1752, d 18.09.1838)
  The following comes mainly from BP1934 ('Carringto'n).
m1. (06.07.1780) Anne Barnard (d 09.02.1827, dau of Lewyns Boldero Barnard of South Cave)
  (i) Robert John Smith, later Carrington, 2nd Lord Carrington of Upton (b 16.01.1796, d 17.03.1868) had issue
  m1. (17.06.1822) Elizabeth Katherine Weld-Forester (d 23.07.1882, dau of Cecil Weld-Forester, 1st Lord Forrester)
  m2. (10.08.1840) Charlotte Augusta Annabella Drummond-Burrell (b 03.11.1815, d 26.07.1879, dau of Peter Robert Drummond-Burrell, Lord Willoughby de Eresby)
  (ii) Harriet Smith (d 27.04.1856)
  m. (28.06.1819) John Frederick Crewe (d 10.11.1840, Colonel)
  (iii) Catharine Lucy Smith (d 01.10.1843)
  m. (19.11.1803) Philip Henry Stanhope, 4th Earl Stanhope (b 04.12.1781, d 24.12.1875)
  (iv) Charlotte Elizabeth Smith (d 27.03.1811)
  m. (10.04.1809) Alan Gardner, 2nd Lord (b 05.02.1771, d 22.12.1815)
(v) Hester Frances Smith (d 05.03.1854)
  m. (30.09.1813) Henry Watkin Williams-Wynn (b 16.03.1783, d 28.03.1856)
  (vi) Emily Smith (d 04.01.1869)
  m. (27.07.1822) Granville Somerset (d 23.02.1848, son of 6th Duke of Beaufort)
  (vii)+ other issue (d unm) - Jane (d 07.10.1837), Louisa Mary (d 06.04.1830), Georgiana (d 10.03.1875)
  m2. (19.01.1836) Charlotte Hudson (d 22.04.1849, dau of John Hudson)
  (D) Samuel Smith ofWelford, Nottingham & Woodhall Park (b 14.04.1744, d 12.03.1834, MP)
  The following comes from BLG1952 ('Smith of Woodhall Park').
  m. (02.12.1783) Elizabeth Frances Turnor (d 27.04.1835, dau of Edmund Turnor of Stoke Rochford & Panton Hall)
  (i) Abel Smith of Woodhall Park (b 17.07.1788, d d 23.02.1859) had issue
m1. Marianne Leslie-Melville (b 30.11.1797, dsp 22.03.1823, dau of Alexander Leslie-Melville, Earl of Leven and Melville)
  m2. (12.07.1826) Frances Anne Calvert (d 18.11.1885, dau of Gen. Sir Henry Calvert, 1st Bart of Claydon)
  (ii) Samuel George Smith of Sacombe Park (b 19.07.1789, d 04.10.1863) had issue
  m. (04.07.1821) Eugenia Chatfield (d 05.01.1838, dau of Rev. Robert Chatfield)
  (ii) Henry Smith of Wilford House (b 12.12.1794, d 07.02.1874) had issue
m. (14.07.1824) Lucy Leslie-Melville (d 23.12.1865, dau of Alexander Leslie-Melville, Earl of Earl of Leven and Melville)
  (iv) Sophia Smith (d 02.04.1844)
  m. (19.07.1803) Wiliam Dickinson of Kingweston (d 19.01.1837)
  (v) Frances Anne Smith (d 20.02.1862)
  m. (18.04.1806) Claude George Thornton of Marden Hall (d 04.08.1866)
  (vi) Mary Smith (d 08.05.1846)
m. (25.01.1811) Thomas Daniel of Aldridge Lodge (d 22.01.1838)
  (vii) Caroline Smith (d 17.02.1816)
  m. (1814) Thomas Cary (d 09.11.1824, Maj. General)
  (viii) Lucy Smith (d unm 1820)
  (ix) Charlotte Smith (d 26.04.1874)
  m. (19.10.1825) Alexander Leslie-Melville of Branston Hall (b 18.06.1800, d 19.11.1881)
  (E) George Smith of Selsdon (b 30.04.1765, d 26.12.1836, 7th son?)
  The following comes from BLG1952 ('Smith of Shottesbrooke Park').
  m. (12.05.1792) Frances Mary Mosley (d 05.07.1844, dau of Sir John Parker Mosley, 1st Bart of Ancoats)
  (i) George Robert Smith of Selsdon House, Sheriff of Surrey (b 02.05.1793, d 22.02.1869) had issue
  m. (04.05.1818) Jane Maberly (d 10.10.1879, dau of John Maberly)
  (ii) Oswald Smith of Blendon Hall (b 07.07.1794, d 18.06.1863) had issue§R§
  m. (18.03.1824) Henrietta Mildred Hodgson (dau of Robert Hodgson, Dean of Carlisle)
(iii) Edward Peploe Smith (b 01.02.1803, d 06.04.1847, 5th son) had issue
  m1. (23.03.1824) Henrietta Frances Bailey (d 18.12.1824, dau of Charles Bailey)
  m2. (17.01.1831) Harriet Chester (dau of George Chester)
  (iv) Edmund Smith of Ferriby (b 16.05.1809, d 16.08.1873, 7th son) had issue
  m. (02.1836) Hester Lushington (d 1888, dau of Charles May Lushington)
  (v) Alfred Smith (b 05.01.1815, d 1886, 9th son)
  m. (03.08.1847) Mary Wigram (d 23.11.1869, dau of Rev. William Pitt Wigram)
(vi) Frances Mary Smith (d 11.08.1867)
  m. (30.04.1822) Robert Mosley Master (d 01.07.1867, archdeacon of Manchester)
  (vii) Georgiana Elizabeth Smith (d 10.12.1828)
  m. (30.10.1824) Rev. Edward Serocold Pearce-Serocold of Cherryhinton
  (viii) Emily Smith (d 1879)
  m. (05.08.1833) Charles Otway Manye (d 28.04.1867, prebendary of Wells)
  (ix) Catherine Smith (d 02.12.1870)
  m. (10.08.1830) Edward Wigram (d 03.12.1870, son of Sir Robert, Bart)
(x) Sophia Sarah Smith (d 1883)
  m. (13.11.1837) Rev. William Pitt Wigram (d 18.09.1870, son of Sir Robert, Bart)
  (xi) Augusta Mary Smith
  m. (04.10.1838) Lewis Deedes (d 11.1888, rector of Bramfield, son of William of Sandling)
  (xii)+ other issue - John Henry (b 30.10.1795, d unm 1887), Thomas Charles (b 19.03.1797, d 03.1876), Arthur (b 22.06.1804, d 01.07.1831), Mosley (b 31.10.1810, d 29.05.1869)
  (F) John Smith of Dale Park (b 06.09.1767, d 20.01.1842) had issue
  The following comes from BLG1952 ('Smith formerly of Midhurst').
  m1. (01.12.1793) Sarah Boone (dsp 23.09.1794, dau of Thomas Boone)
  m2. (06.01.1800) Elizabeth Tucker (d 09.04.1809, dau of Lt.Col. _ Tucker)
  m3. 01.05.1811) Emma Leigh (d 15.03.1851, dau of Egerton Leigh of West Hall in High Leigh)
  (G) Elizabeth Smith (d 29.03.1789)
  m. William Manning
  (H)+ other issue - William of Welford, Henry (b 1762, d 1764), Lucy (d unm 05.07.1835) 
  (4) Jane Smith
  m. Francis Wheeler of Coventry
  m2. Frances Willcocks (d c06.1643, sister of William Willcocks of Cropwell)
  ii. John Smith (bpt 28.03.1641)
2. Thomas Smith of Cropwell Boteler, Nottinghamshire

Main source(s): BLG1952 ('Smith-Dorien-Smith of Tresco Abbey'), BP1934 ('Carrington'), BP1934 ('Bromley-Wilson') with input/support as reported above
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