Smith Sisters


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Gertrude "Girtie" (Smith) Hartin (b. 1882 - d. 1961) was born on February 4, 1882. She was married to Henry Hartin. Her parents were William H. and Elizabeth (Barnhardt) Smith. She was raised at the Dumbbell Ranch. At the time of her death on October 27, 1961, she had two surviving sons: Henry (Pete) and Charles (Tony) both of Prescott, Arizona, two sisters, Mrs. W. B. Sullivan of Los Angeles, California, and Mrs. Nita Kohl, of San Francisco, California, one brother, Charles W. Smith of Phoenix, Arizona; four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. No additional information was found for her sister, Anita "Nita" (Smith) Kohl (seated).


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