Her mother, Avarilla Winn, lived with her in 1880, as did her nieces, Mary and Rilla Winn, daughters of her brother, William M. Winn. Sophronia Smith lived with her brother, William M. Winn, in Dallas County, in 1900. She was a teacher in the public schools. Sophronia Smith lived alone on Maple Avenue in Dallas, Texas, in 1910.
In July 1886 in Dallas County, A. H. Winn sold to W. R. and S. J. Smith, 100 acres out of the F. A. Winn Survey, for $2,500. And, F. A. Winn and his wife, sold to W. R. and S. J. Smith, the north ½ of 200 acres out of the F. A. Winn Survey, for $2,500. In September 1888, W. M. Winn sold to S. J. Smith, 70 acres of the F. A. Survey, for 104 ½ acres and $100. In February 1891, Mrs. S. J. Smith sold to T. A. Work, lots 3 and 4 in Block 12, in the North Dallas Improvement Company Addition, for $2,000. In September 1892, John Jeffries, et al vs. Winn Smith, et al. W. Spence is appointed guardian ad litem for minors of W. R. Smith and Fayette Smith. In October 1892, H. L. McGregor vs. Winn Smith, et al.
Children of William Robert Smith and Sophronia Jane Winn:
326. i. Martha Frances Smith, born 14 May 1859, died 22 February 1860, buried Pioneer Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.
327. ii. James A. Smith, born 9 June 1863, died 24 December 1889, buried Pioneer Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.
328. iii. Winn Smith, born circa 1866
329. iv. Annie Jerome Smith, born 10 April 1868, died 26 May 1871, buried Pioneer Cemetery, Dallas, Texas.
330. v. Willie F. Smith, born circa 1874, female
331. vi. William Robert Smith, born circa 1876