|27 March 1793 at Edinburgh, Scotland.|
|30 March 1793 St Cuthbert’s Edinburgh.|
|5 March 1854 at |
Birnam Wood, Singleton, NSW.
|10 March 1854 in Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Windsor Rd, Glenriding, NSW.|
|John Smith (1762-1846)|
|Mary Harley (1766-1835)|
|Emma Maria Doyle (1804-1868) (his neighbour) on 8 November 1819 at St. Matthew’s, Windsor, NSW.|
|Emma Maria Smith (1820-1854)|
|John Smith 3 (c1822-1866)|
|Andrew Smith (1824-1861)|
|Robert Alexander Smith (1826-1850)|
|William Frederick Smith (b. 1828 m. Sarah Anne Ralston of S Yarra, Vic. in 1855 d.1902, Narrabri)|
|Cyrus Edmund Smith (1830-1900)|
|Walter Smith (b. 1833 m. Elizabeth Chapman 1866 d. 1896 Warren)|
|Leslie Hunter Smith (1835-1891)|
|Edith Smith (1838-<1846)|
|[stillborn daughter] Smith (1842)|
|Clara Louisa Smith (1849-1850)|
John Smith was a fairly dour Scot who took to keeping a diary in the last eight years of his life. Life was difficult for him in these years — there was a bad drought, money was tight, there was a depression and the banks were foreclosing. John had gone guarantor for his brother-in-law, Andrew Lewis MacDougall, using his Bundarra property Torryburn as collateral. Andrew didn’t keep up the interest payments John tried unsuccessfully to persuade the Bank of New South Wales to compel Andrew to pay his debts. John found the only course left to him was to sell the Bundarra property in New England.
Site of Cockfighters’ Inn near Singleton.