Hi John,The subject couple appear to relate to a biographical sketch on Alonzo Hosmer in the "HISTORY OF GEAUGA COUNTY (OHIO) published abt. 1880, as follows: "In 1812 Alonzo Hosmer came to Parkman (Ohio) with his uncle, Lewis Smith, from Middlesex county, Connecticut, being at that time only fourteen years old, and began, at that early age, the labors of pioneer life. in 1819 he purchased a farm on the Mesopotamia road, and began the work of clearing it, and bringing it under cultivation.This was the first settlement in that part of the town, west of the State road.Some years later, he added to his first purchase, a lot adjoiningit on the west, and extended to the centre Middlefield road, and also a farm lying farther north on the same road, which was first settled by his youngest brother, William Hosmer, about 1830. (Having sold this land to his brother, william Hosmer, removed to Michigan, where he died in 1848.) In 1822 he married Miss Asenath Biddlecomb, (detail omitted), who died in 1863.Their first home was the log house and then a frame dwelling in which they reared a family of eleven children, all but one of whom lived to a mature age. in 1870 he married Mrs Elizabeth Cooper, who survives him.Mr. Hosmer died on the 28th day of December, 1876 at the age of 79. His family have settled in several of the western States, except two sons who remain in town. Two other sons, Perry and Alonzo, rendered faithful service to their country in the war of the Rebellion." 1.Is it possible that Lewis Smith is Elizabeth Smith's brother and Uncle to Alonzo? 2.Do you know the home state of Eliazbeth and Timothy?