Smith, Hester

Identity area

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Person

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Smith, Hester

Parallel form(s) of name

  • Berry, Hester

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Dates of existence

1762 - 1832

History

Hester was born in 1762, the eldest surviving child of Thomas and Frances Berry of Eglish. In 1787 she married William Smith, a lawyer a member of the Irish Parliament. She was fifteen years older than Robert Fleetwood Berry, her brother. She had two daughters and two sons, lived in Hume Street, of St. Stephens Green in Dublin and died in 1832.

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Hester Smith lived in Eglish, King's County and Dublin city.

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Related entity

Berry, Thomas (1737 - 1815)

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family

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Berry, Thomas

is the parent of

Smith, Hester

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Berry, Frances (1743 - 1807)

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family

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Berry, Frances

is the parent of

Smith, Hester

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Berry, Robert Fleetwood (1777 - 1822)

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family

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Berry, Robert Fleetwood

is the sibling of

Smith, Hester

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Berry, John (1770 - 1834)

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family

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Berry, John

is the sibling of

Smith, Hester

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Berry, Sterling (1771 - 1828)

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family

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Berry, Sterling

is the sibling of

Smith, Hester

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Description of relationship

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Rules and/or conventions used

ISAAR (CPF): International Standard Archival Authority Record for Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families, 2nd edition (2011)

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

September 2019, Ciara O'Brien.

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