Smith-Appleby Marriages, Births, & Deaths

     From a Bible found at the Smith-Appleby House.

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Police Station Dedication, Smithfield, R. I. – 1973

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January, 1973

Frederick L. Austin Sr., – Smithfield, R. I.

     Items courtesy of Joe Johnston. 

Estate of Lydia Sayles, Smithfield, R. I. – 1848

     The following documents pertain to the estate of Lydia Sayles of Smithfield, Rhode Island.  They were donated in June of 2022 by Joseph Morneault.

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     Mary Sayles, Born Dec. 10, 1787 

     Lydia Sayles, Born October 30, 1789

     Adele Sayles, Born Dec. 15, 1791

     Amey Sayles, Born Sept. 19, 1793

     Levina Sayles, Born Aug. 19, 1795  

Sayles Dairy Farm – Smithfield, R. I.

Atwill E. Sayles, born Oct. 27, 1877, died May 6, 1962.  Buried in Smithfield Historic Cemetery #67 on Ridge Road.   Dairy Farm was on Douglas Pike.  

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Charles S. Tobey, Greenville, R. I.

Charles S. Tobey, Born January, 1866, Died November 29, 1887, at age 21. Buried in Harmony Cemetery in Glocester, R. I. 

Charles S. Tobey

The Olneyville Times

To see Mr. Tobey’s grave, click here:

Greenville, R. I. – January 9, 2022

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Looking south from Austin Ave.


Where the Greenville Grange Hall once stood.

Austin Ave and Rt. 44

Looking west on Rt. 44

Looking east on Rt. 44 towards St. Thomas Church

Greenville Baptist Church

Greenville Fire Station

St. Thomas Church

Winfield Funeral Home

Rt. 44 at Smith Ave.

Old Exchange Bank

Rt. 44 at Greenville Ave

Newport Creamery

Rt. 44 looking east.

Pleasant View Ave looking towards Rt. 44




Esmond, R. I. Postmark – 1915

Image courtesy of Dan Bethel.

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Vaughn Farm, Greenville, R. I. Ad – 1911

From The Olneyville Times, May 19, 1911.


A. T. Remington, Greenville, R. I. Trade Card

Image courtesy of Dan Bethel

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Remington Store Burglary – 1896 – click here

A. T. Remington lived on Greenville Ave. in Greenville. 

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