1559: Lewes Rape, Sussex: The names of thable men apointyd to Srue the queene’s Highnes and to be in a redynes apon one hours warnynge wth the names of their Capitaynes: Archers: John Smith; Bill Men: John Smith, William Smith
1559: Chichester & Arundel Rapes, Sussex: The names of thable men apointyd to Srue the queene’s Highnes and to be in a redynes apon one hours warnynge wth the names of their Capitaynes: Archer: John Smith; Bill Men: John Smith
25 December 1686: James Fletcher [signs] and Hobson Partington [signs] churchwardens of Mobberley in the county of Chester yeomen, to John Smith and Edward Adkinson overseers of the poor of Over Alderley in the county of Chester aforesaid yeomen: bond in £50. Whereas John Johnson of Over Alderley in the County of Chester husbandman for & in Consideration of Seven pounds of good Money to him in hand already payd, by Thomas Davenport of Ashley in the said County of Chester shomaker, hath vndertaken to educate bring vp and maintaine, with meat drink all sorts of Apparrell, washinge Lodginge & Learneinge for the space of Seven yeares, to Comence December the 10th day 1685 a female Bastard Child begotten vpon the body of Mary Davenport of Mobberley spinster, Called by name Rebecka, which said Child did Lately Resyde within Mobberley & doth now Inhabite & dwell within Over Alderley afores’d att the house of the said John Johnson, which may become Chargable (if Care be not taken) vnto the Towneship of over Alderley afores’d If therefore the aboue bounden James Fletcher and Hobson Partington and their successors. in office for the time beinge & every of them, doe and shall from time to time & att all times, dureinge the s’d terme of Seven yeares, fully freely Clearely & absoelutely acquitt discharge saue and keep harmlesse & Indempnifyed, the within named John Smith and Edward Adkinson and their successors., & all & every the officers and Inhabitants within the pish of Alderley & every of them (John Johnson afores’d his Exers. Admrs. or Assignes only excepted) off & from all Costs Charges damages hinderances and expences that may any way happen come grow or be Imposed vpon them, or any of them, for or by any reason of the said Child beinge come to Liue in Over Alderley afores’d, And att the end of the s’d seven yeares, vpon Request then to be made, doe Remoue & keep the s’d Child forth of the s’d Township & pish. Witnesses: Thomas Partington [marks], Jos: Strethill [signs], John Heyes [signs]
28 November 1752: Joshua Henshaw [signs] overseer of the poor of the township of Over Alderley: settlement certificate of John Barret, Sarah his wife and Samuel their child. Witnesses: James Hulme [signs], William Smith [signs]. Edw Stanley [signs] and J. Baskervyle [signs] Justices of the Peace and Quorum for the county of Chester certify attestation of William Smith the witness
28 November 1752: Edward Handford [signs] overseer of the poor of the township of Charingham in the county of Chester: settlement certificate of James Dean, Elizabeth his wife, Samuel, Sarah, Jude, Elizabeth, Thomas, James, Hannah and John their children. Witnesses: William Smith [signs], Joshua Henshaw [signs]. Edw Stanley [signs] and J. Baskervyle [signs] Justices of the Peace and Quorum for the county of Chester certify attestation of William Smith the witness
28 November 1752: John Barlow [signs] sole overseer of the poor of the township of Over Whitley in the county of Chester: settlement certificate of George Warbutton, Margaret his wife, John, James and George their children. Witnesses: William Smith [signs] Randle Judson [signs]. Edw Stanley [signs] and J. Baskervyle [signs] Justices of the Peace and Quorum for the county of Chester certify attestation of William Smith the witness
28 November 1752: Jonathan Taylor [signs] sole overseer of the poor of the township of Chelford: settlement certificate of John Goostrey, Elizabeth his wife and Pheby, Moreton, Ellin, Charles, Daniel and Elizabeth their children. Witnesses: Wm. Dean [signs], William Smith. Edw Stanley [signs] and J. Baskervyle [signs] Justices of the Peace and Quorum for the county of Chester certify attestation of William Smith the witness
28 November 1752: Joshua Henshaw [signs] overseer of the poor of the township of Over Alderley: settlement certificate of John Barret, Sarah his wife and Samuel their child. Witnesses: James Hulme [signs], William Smith [signs]. Edw Stanley [signs] and J. Baskervyle [signs] Justices of the Peace and Quorum for the county of Chester certify attestation of William Smith the witness
28 November 1752: Joshua Henshaw [signs] sole overseer of the poor of the township of Over Alderley: settlement certificate of Joseph Scragg, Ann his wife, Margaret and William their children. Witnesses: James Hulme [signs], William Smith [signs]. Edwd Stanley [signs] and J. Baskervyle [signs] Justices of the Peace and Quorum for the county of Chester certify attestation of William Smith the witness
27 August 1823: Bond by George Smith [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, writer, and Samuel Rowbotham [signs] of Macclesfield gentleman, to David Browne of Macclesfield gentleman, clerk of the court of the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £41: to appear at the next court at Macclesfield Forest on Monday 8 September 1823, to prosecute Joseph Hayman and John Waters, for taking six pictures, six chairs, two elbow chairs, one mahogany card table, one mahogany stand, fender and fire irons, bellows, knife box, knives, forks and spoons, two tea trays, two flat irons, toaster, bonnet, chimney ornaments, one Italian iron, two brushes, two caddies, a pair of tent bedsteads, two feather beds, bolsters, pillows, blankets and sheets, two bed covers, two silver cups, six copper kettles, six barrels, five saucepans, one copper jug, coal box and shovel, frying pan and earthenware (worth £20 10s). Witness: John Hammersley [signs]. 27 August 1823 Jonathan Davenport [signs] testifies to the value of the goods, before David Browne [signs], clerk of the court. Inventory enclosed.
19 April 1826: Bond by William Green [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, ironfounder, Gawin Herdman [signs] of Macclesfield ironmonger and James Swinnerton [signs] of Macclesfield stationer, to David Browne of Macclesfield gentleman, clerk of the court of the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £36: for Green to appear 15 May 1826 at the next court, to prosecute Thomas Malkin for taking one cow (worth £18). Witness: John Hammersley [signs]. 19 April 1826 Timothy Warhurst [marks] testifies to the value of the cow before George Smith [signs] deputy clerk of the court.
14 January 1832: Died: On the 7th instant, in Euston Square, London, the Reverend G. Smith, B.D., aged 72, vicar of Evanley, in this county, and late fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford;
Thrapston, Northamptonshire. Valuable freehold estate, and desirable situation for trade, to be sold by auction, by William Smith, at the Swan Inn, Thrapston, on Tuesday 31 January instant, at 6 o’clock in the evening, by order of the trustees for sale and assignees of Edward Hodson, a bankrupt (subject to such conditions as will then be produced): All that capital stone-built and slated messuage or dwelling-house, situate near the Market Place, in Thrapston; comprising a roomy and convenient shop, with double-sashed front, spacious and lofty parlour, and drawing-room; comfortable bed rooms and attics; with yard, garden, barn, stable and requisite out-buildings adjoining thereto; and a right of road to the backway in Thrapston aforesaid, late in the occupation of Edward Hodson, draper. The property is freehold, and is desirable either for investment, or as a situation for trade. Immediate possession may be had. For further particulars, apply to Messrs Hardwicke & Guest, solicitors; to the assignees, Lawrence Lane, London; Mr Sanders, solicitor, Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, London; or to Mr Archbould, solicitor, Thrapston. Thrapston, 11 January 1832
May 1835: Directory of Alfreton, with the hamlet of Swanwick, the chapelry of Riddings, Shirland with Higham and Neighbourhoods. Boot and Shoe Makers: Charles Smith, Summercoates. Tailors: George Smith, Alfreton.
8 May 1839: List of Passengers by the Honble Companys Steam Ship Berenice from Bombay: Lieutenant Colonel Smith, cavalry, Madras Presidency
15 June 1840: H C S V Berenice, Suez Roads: ‘List of Passengers embarked on board the H C Steam Vessel Berenice on her voyage to Suez during the months of May and June 1840′: Mr. R. Smith, merchant; one Eur. Servant of Messrs. Dallas & Smith
17 January 1845: English barque Treasurer, captain Smith, at Antwerp, from Odessa;
19 January 1845: English barque Treasurer, captain Smith, at Antwerp, from Odessa, with linseed and wool;
1 April 1845: English barque Treasurer, captain Smith, at Antwerp, for London, with cargo;
4 June 1845: English brig Adah, captain Smit [sic], at Antwerp, from Aux Cayes;
5 June 1845: English brig Adah, captain Smeth [sic], at Antwerp, from Santo Domingo, with coffee;
26 June 1845: English galliot Venus, captain Smith, at Antwerp, from London;
29 June 1845: English galliot Venus, captain Smith, at Antwerp, from London, with wheat;
2 July 1845: English brig Adab, captain Smith, at Antwerp, for Dundee;
19 July 1845: English galliot Venus, captain Smith, at Antwerp, for Hull, with cargo;
28 September 1845: English galliot Venus, captain Smith, at Antwerp, from London, with coffee and rice;
28 October 1845: English galliot Venus, captain Smith, at Antwerp, for Dundee, with cargo;
31 October 1845: English galliot Ann Coppens, captain Smith, at Antwerp, from Londonderry, with potatoes
27 August 1848: Barbados: Departure of the cutter Valiant, captain Smith, for St Lucia;
3 September 1848: Barbados: Arrival of the cutter Valiant, captain Smith, from St Lucia, 6 days out
1 September 1848: Barbados: Passengers per R. M. C. steamer Eagle — Mr. Dowse, 3 W I. & Mr. Smith, for Demerary, Mr. Maturin, for Trinidad, Mr. Dawes, for Trinidad, Major Shaw, 3 W I & family, for St. Vincent
12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Avening Polling District: Parish of Avening: Abode: Forest Green, Avening: William Barter Smith. Parish of Horsley: Abode: Nailsworth, Horsley: William Smith; Abode: High Beeches, Nailsworth: William Smith; Abode: Nailsworth: William Smith junior; Abode: Soilwell House, Lydney: Peter Smith; Abode: Horsley: Solomon Smith; Abode: Tresham: Jonathan Smith; Abode: 24 Victoria Street, Bristol: John Gillman Smith. Parish of Tetbury: Abode: Tetbury: Samuel Smith, Daniel Smith and Daniel Webb Smith. Bisley Polling District: Parish of Bisley: Abode: Nailsworth: William Smith (duplicate); Abode: Ebley: Joseph Smith; Abode: Holbrook: William Smith; Abode: Chalford: Benjamin Smith, Henry Smith and William Smith; Abode: Blackheath, Kent: Benjamin Smith; Abode: France Lynch: John Smith; Abode: Tankard’s Spring, Chalford: Thomas Smith. Parish of Miserdine: Abode: Miserdine: Richard Smith. Parish of Chipping Campden: Abode: Batsford: William Smith. Parish of Childswickham: Abode: Murcott: John Smith. Parish of Clifford Chambers: Abode: Ailstone: George Smith; Abode: Clifford Chambers: John Smith (duplicate), Seth Smith. Parish of Ebrington: Abode: Hoarstone, Charringworth: Thomas Smith. Parish of Marston Sicca: Abode: Clifford Chambers: John Smith (duplicate); Abode: Villington, Warwickshire: John Smith. Parish of Mickleton: Abode: Mickleton: Henry Beesley Smith. Parish of Pebworth: Abode: 123 High Holborn, London: Charles Smith; Abode: Pebworth: William Smith, Samuel Smith, Daniel Smith; Abode: Stratford Heath Farm: William Smith. Parish of Saintbury: Abode: Saintbury: William Smith. Parish of Weston Subedge: Abode: North Littleton, Worcestershire: George Smith; Abode: Weston Subedge: William Russell Smith; Abode: Honeybourne Bridge: Robert Smith. Parish of Willersey: Abode: Willersey: Charles Smith. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Badgworth: Abode: Little Witcomb: William Smith (2). Township of Bishop’s Cleeve: Abode: Shortpore, Newport, Essex: William Charles Smith. Hamlet of Woodmancote in Bishop’s Cleeve: Abode: Woodmancote: William Smith. Parish of Boddington: Abode: Boddington: Malantchan Smith. Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Sudeley Villa Cheltenham: William Smith (2) (duplicates); Abode: Stroud: Thomas Wade Smith (duplicate); Abode: Little Comfield Rectory, Essex: Charles Lessingham Smith; Abode: Bath Road, Cheltenham: John Smith; Abode: Cheltenham: Edmund Carrington Smith; Abode: Great Norwood Street, Cheltenham: Jonathan Smith; Abode: 373 High Street, Cheltenham: Nathaniel Smith.
27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. The List of Freemen entitled to vote in the election of members to serve in Parliament for the City of Gloucester: Daniel Smith, Westgate Street; Daniel Smith, Barton Street; Robert Smith, Wotton; Thomas Smith, Montpellier Place, Spa; Thomas Smith, Ryecroft. Occupiers: Parish of St Aldate: Thomas Smith, house and shop, St Aldate Street. Occupiers: Hamlet of Barton St Mary: William Smith, house, Prince Street. Occupiers of houses in Holy Trinity parish: Thomas Smith of Spa, for a counting house in Berkeley Street. Occupiers of houses in the hamlet of Littleworth: Thomas Smith for a house near the Tram Road. Occupiers of houses in the parish of St Mary de Crypt: David Smith for a house in Longsmith Street; James Smith for a house in Southgate Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St John the Baptist: Joseph Smith, for a house in Hare Lane; Thomas Hallem Smith of London Road, for houses in London Road and Brunswick Square; William Henry Smith, for a house in Worcester Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Michael: John Smith, for a house 14 Eastgate Street; John Paxford Smith, for a house in Eastgate Street; Richard Tew Smith of Wotton, for a counting house, warehouse, &c., in Market Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Nicholas: Daniel Smith, for a house 60 Westgate Street; Sylvanus Smith, for a house 122 Westgate Street. Occupiers of property in South Hamlet: Thomas Smith, for a house in Montpellier Place; William Smith, for a house in High Orchard.
5 April 1879: John Smith discharged as objectionable from Royal Marine depôt, Walmer; [born:] Denmore, Durham; [trade:] groom; [age:] 23¾; [size:] 5[ft] 8½[in]; [hair:] dark brown; [eyes:] dark brown; [face:] fresh; [marks and remarks:] discharged as utterly worthless
7 April 1879: Deserters from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of James Smith, [Reg. No:] 1096, 32nd Foot; [born:] St Pancras, Middlesex; [trade] gilder; [age] 19½; [size:] 5[ft] 4½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 1 March 1879 [at] Devonport; [marks & remarks:] lost left little finger; off pass to London;
Harry Smith, [Reg. No:] 1908, 5th Dragoon Guards; [born:] Sevenoaks, Kent; [trade] groom; [age] 19½; [size:] 5[ft] 8½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 7 March 1879 [at] Manchester; [marks & remarks:]; broke out of barracks
John Smith, [Reg. No:] 1466, Grenadier Guards; [born:] Pointington, Somerset; [trade] carpenter; [age] 34; [size:] 5[ft] 10[in]; [hair:] dark; [eyes:] light brown; [face:] fair; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 6 March 1879 [at] London; [marks & remarks: blank];
Patrick Smith, [Reg. No:] 1722, 50th Foot; [born:] Newbridge, Kildare; [trade] collier; [age] 24¼; [size:] 5[ft] 7¾[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 11 March 1879 [at] Edinburgh; [marks & remarks: blank];
Harry Smith, [Reg. No:] 804, 50th Foot; [born:] St Mary’s, Middlesex; [trade] clerk; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 6¼[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fair; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 10 March 1879 [at] Edinburgh; [marks & remarks: blank];
James Smith, [Reg. No:] 1689, 55th Foot; [born:] London; [trade] clerk; [age] 24¾; [size:] 5[ft] 8¼[in]; [hair:] sandy; [eyes:] brown; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] plain; [date of desertion:] 15 March 1879 [at] Portsmouth; [marks & remarks:]; officer’s servant;
Lawrence Smith, [Reg. No:] 6115, Royal Artillery; [born:] Beverley; [trade] labourer; [age] 21⅓; [size:] 5[ft] 7[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 28 February 1879 [at] Weedon; [marks & remarks:]; off furlough;
George Smith, [Reg. No:] 1767, 3rd Brig. Dep; [born:] Redcar; [trade] labourer; [age] 25; [size:] 5[ft] 6½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 12 March 1879 [at] Sunderland; [marks & remarks:]; ship on left arm
Thomas Smith, [Reg. No:] 1342, 37th Foot; [born:] London; [trade] labourer; [age] 19; [size:] 5[ft] 6½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] brown; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] tweed; [date of desertion:] 24 March 1879 [at] Devonport; [marks & remarks: blank];
Charles Smith, [Reg. No:] 4316, Royal Artillery; [born:] Devon; [trade] labourer; [age] 19¾; [size:] 5[ft] 9¼[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] black, check; [date of desertion:] 7 March 1879 [at] Birmingham; [marks & remarks:] officer’s servant;
John Smith, [Reg. No:] —, 31st Brig. Dep; [born:] Edinburgh; [trade] brickmaker; [age] 20; [size:] 5[ft] 9[in]; [hair:] dark brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] black; [date of desertion:] 22 March 1879 [at] Glasgow; [marks & remarks:] recruit, surgically inspected;
Deserters from the Lancashire Militia — absent from training: Charles Smith, [Reg. No:] 2511, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] groom; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] tattooed on chest;
John Smith, [Reg. No:] 2737, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Bolton; [trade] labourer; [age] 23; [size:] 5[ft] 7¼[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks: blank];
John Smith, [Reg. No:] 2605, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 19; [size:] 5[ft] 8[in]; [hair:] black; [eyes:] blue; [face:] sallow; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks: blank];
James Smith, [Reg. No:] 2602, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 18; [size:] 5[ft] 8½[in]; [hair:] black; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] broken nose
John Smith, [Reg. No:] 2707, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 18; [size:] 5[ft] 5½[in]; [hair:] dark brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks: blank]
Richard Smith, [Reg. No:] 2445, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] dyer; [age] 21; [size:] 5[ft] 7[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] dark; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks: blank]
Robert Smith, [Reg. No:] 2514, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] shoemaker; [age] 25; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] light brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] sallow; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] scar on right eyebrow
18 March 1880: Bills of sale by Christopher Jeakins, Little Staughton, Bedfordshire, blacksmith, in favour of Susan Smith; by John Walker Smith, 4 Stanley Grove, School Road, Sale, Cheshire, gentleman, in favour of National Mercantile Bank; by William Smith, 34 Leopold Street, Liscard, Cheshire, milkman, in favour of Isidor Stern
25 March 1880: James Carter, Durrow, Queen’s County, farmer, v. Thomas Smith, Booleybawn, Queen’s County, farmer
25 March 1880: County court judgment against William Sydney Smith, Road, Somerset, farmer
25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Victor Haime, Fern House, Newmarket, trainer of horses, in favour of William Smith; and a bill of sale by Edward Smith, 146 Market Street, Crewe, woodturner, in favour of Robert Procter; and a bill of sale by Robert Smith, Snitterton, near Matlock, Derbyshire, timekeeper, in favour of George Payne; and a bill of sale by William Smith, 1 Brook Street, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, roller, in favour of Harris M. Beirnstein; and a bill of sale by John Smith, Old Sampford, Essex, farmer, in favour of Joseph Smith; and a bill of sale by Fullarton Durham, 37 West Clowes Street, Eccles New Road, Salford, agent, in favour of William H. Smith; and a bill of sale by Samuel Fielden, Rhodes Mill, Middleton, Lancashire, cotton doubler, in favour of Robert Smith; and a bill of sale by John Smith, 15 Partington Street, Monton, Eccles, coal dealer, in favour of Robert Ridyard; and a bill of sale by Mary Smith, 1 Sutcliffe Street, Burnley (property also at Market Hall, Burnley), confectioner, in favour of James Hartley; and a bill of sale by Robert Smith, 105 Great Jackson Street, Hulme, assistant, in favour of Thomas Taylor; and a bill of sale by Cornelius Enoch Smith, 33 Varley Street, Miles Platting, and 108 High Street, Manchester, printer, in favour of Samuel A. Smith; and a bill of sale by Thomas Smith, 120 Hertford Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, skipmaker, in favour of Samuel Taylor; and a bill of sale by William Walsh, 35 Bridge Street, Ramsbottom, greengrocer, in favour of William H. Smith; and a bill of sale by George Smith, New Market Hotel, Great Grimsby (property also at Sheffield), beerhouse keeper, in favour of Markham Cook; and a bill of sale by George Chapman, 9 New Street, Dorset Square, Middlesex, cheesefactor, in favour of Ann A. Smith; and a bill of sale by James Dunn Parsons, 142 Brompton Road, Brompton, agent and picture restorer, in favour of William Smith; and a bill of sale by Henry Treherne, Myrtle Cottage, Bath Road, Hounslow, agent, in favour of William Smith; and a bill of sale by James Smith, Lowdham Lane, Lowdham, Nottinghamshire, plasterer, in favour of James Carlin; and a bill of sale by Joseph Hobson, 15 High Street, Hanley, engineer, in favour of Thomas Smith; and a bill of sale by Charles Alfred Wicks, Three King’s Inn, Bury St Edmunds, innkeeper, in favour of Frederick M. Smith; and a bill of sale by Edward Smith, Baldwin House, Lloyd Street, Llandudno, Carnarvonshire, farmer, in favour of Nathan S. Hart; and a bill of sale by Henry Smith, The Fruiterers’ Arms, Ombersley, Worcestershire, victualler, in favour of Moses Cole; and a bill of sale by Henry Smith, Grove House, Shelf, near Halifax, medical doctor, in favour of Ephraim Harris: ‘Lancashire – Note – John Gilbody and Alfred Smith to Robey & Co., bill of sale filed January 14. – We are informed that this refers to John Gilbody junior’
25 March 1880: Holder: William Smith & Co., commission agents, Aberdeen. Acceptor or Promiser: George Bennett, grocer, 19 Henry Street, Aberdeen
18 August 1880: Taunton: ‘A fife and drum band has just been started on Temperance principles by Mr Poole, of North Town, who has for several weeks been giving instructions to about thirty young men and lands. This attempt to establish a band, the success of which will be entirely dependent on subscriptions, will, we hope, meet the approval of the inhabitants of Taunton. Several leading townsmen and other gentlemen have already given instruments and promised support. Those desirous of furthering the movement may do so by sending subscriptions to Mr C. Smith, East Street.’
28 August 1891: For sale: 1 goldfinch cock and buff plainhead hen, warranted breeders, 20/-, or exchange Irish terrier bitch. Address Charles Smith, 28 Pex Wood near Todmorden.
For sale: Aquarium, new, handsomely finished black and gold, 20in. by 12 in. by 12in, slate bottom, improved outlet, watertight. Price 25/-. Approval; satisfaction. Smith, 72 Halliwell Road, Bolton, Lancashire
15 June 1894: Local Yachting News, Dartmouth. The paddle steamer which has just been built at Messrs Philip & Son’s yard, was successfully launched last week. She was christened Totnes Castle, by Miss Smith, daughter of the Mayor of Dartmouth. East Coast. Amongst the yachts which have been fitting out recemtly at Wivenhoe are Pilgrim, belonging to Mr Van Raalte; Harelda, 79-ton yawl, Mr Benskin; Firefly, s.s., Mr G. Pratt; Iris; and Shearwater, Mr Barton. A great many yachts have left the place for Harwich Regatta. Messrs Madder & Co., of Wivenhoe, are still busy, and have in hand orders for sails for Patience, belonging to Mr Hasluck, and Xanthe, owned by Mr Channell, Q.C.; also twelve suits for various yachts, viz., two being for Mr Parsons, of Athlone, Ireland, three for Messrs Forrestt and Son, of Wivenhoe, one for Mr Mollett, of Brundall, one suit for Halogen, belonging to Mr H. H. Cousins, of Oxford; one for the noted yacht Challenge, belonging to Mr Walter Stuart; one for Mr Vogen, of Surbiton; one for a boat building for Mr H. C. Smith of Oxford; another for one building by the Thames Yacht Co., for Mr Gould; a suit also for the una boat Rhona belonging to Mr Penraven, of Ipswich. Condor, 157 tons, yawl, has left Mr J. A. Houston’s yard at Rowhedge and gone to Wivenhoe, where she is fitting out. Dotterel is undergoing repairs at Mr Houston’s yard, and will proceed to Wivenhoe to fit out, Gipsy, belonging to Mr A. G. Mumford, of Colchester, was launched from Mr Houston’s yard on Thursday, and has left for Harwich – East Anglian Times.
Gosport: Vessels fitting out and on the station for the past week are: – Zala, schooner, Mrs Ernald Smith … Viking, schooner, Captain J. Woolmore Smith; Duchess, schooner; Froggie, s.s. Captain J. Woolmore Smith
Castle Yacht Club: This club had fine weather, with a hard south-westerly breeze, for their matches in the Solent classes on Monday. There was a large attendance of the members of the club and friends at the club-house to witness them. Luna proved that she is a good hard-weather boat, and she fairly beat all in her class, while Inyoni again showed signs of tenderness, as did Asphodel, in which her owner sailed. The 20-raters were much better represented than the other classes, but the sport was poor. Match for yachts over 18 and not over 20-rating. The entries were: – Deirdré, 20, Earl of Lonsdale; Asphodel, 20, Prince Henry of Battenberg; Luna, 20, Nr. L. B. Jameson; Dragon, 20, Earl of Dunraven; Inyoni, 20, Earl of Dudley; Thelma, 20, Mr A. B. Walker. These six started with housed topmasts and reefed mainsails. They had a run to the first mark, which they rounded in close order, Inyoni leading, with Luna next, then Asphodel, Thelma, Deirdré and Dragon. Leaving the mark it was a beat to windward, and in the second tack Thelma had to give up, owing to carrying away her bobstay plate. After Cowes harbour had been past it was a reach, and then Luna went with the lead, and Asphodel was left last. In the run from the western mark, Asphodel headed Deirdré in the broad reach, but before they had hauled round the Calshot Spit lightship Prince Henry’s boat was again last. In the second round the wind was somewhat lessened, and all sported gaff topsails save Asphodel and Inyoni, which sailed without them. Dragon gave up in the beat to Lepe, and went into Cowes Roads. The others completed the race as follows:- Luna, winner, 3h 24m 4s; Inyoni, second prize, 3h 29m 18s; Deirdré, 3h 31m 5s; Asphodel, 3h 32m 18s. In the 5-rating race the starters were:- Pente, Lieut.-Col. Bucknill; Fleur-de-Lis, Mr S. H. Montgomery; Red Lancer, Captain John Orr-Ewing. The times at the finish were:- Fleur-de-Lis, winner, 3h 19m 5s; Pente, second prize, 3h 25m 38s. Meneen, Mr A. Hardie Jackson; Mystery, Hon. H. L. Mulholland, M.P.; and Kismet, Miss Cox, were the starters in the 2½-rating class, and they finished as follows, Mystery and Kismet making a close race towards the end of the match:- Meneen (winner), 3h 12m 44s; Kismet (second prize), 3h 14m 59s; Mystery, 3h 15m 2s. Meneen was steered by Captain St John Hughes (South Wales Borderers), who has only just returned from Egypt. Fay, Mr T. M. Lord, sailed over in the 1-rating class. There were only two starters in the ½-rating class, viz Coquette, Lieutenants Vandeleur and Churchill; and Spruce, Mr J. A. Brand. The latter gave up, and Coquette finished alone. Among the company at the clubhouse were Count Metternich, Hon. Constance Waldegrave, Countess of Scarborough, Marchioness of Zetland, Lady Maud Dundas, Major the Hon. C. Colville, Colonel Dugmore, Captain G. Spencer Smith, Captain Haynes, R.E., Major Parry, Captain Cecil Drummond, Hon. W. Ruthven, Captain J. Orr-Ewing, Miss Hughes, Mr and Mrs Lord, &c.
Royal Portsmouth Corinthian Yacht Club. Dull, heavy clouds were hanging in the sky, and there was but little wind at the commencement of the fourth regatta of the season, held by the Royal Portsmouth Corinthian Yacht Club on Saturday, off Southern Beach. However, although the start in the various events of the programme was rather slow, yet as the day grew older the bright sun peeped between the murky veil and the wind blew in a capital breeze from the south-west, gladdening the hearts of the large number of sportsmen gathered to view the races at the club’s signal station on the beach, and sending the boats along merrily. The various races were ably managed by Mr H. Crampton and Colonel F. J. Smith, with the assistance of the genial Secretary, Mr J. Main.
Junior Thames Yacht Club. June 11th: Racing on Monday at Greenhithe was fraught with danger and mishap, the two races contested by the club ending in “sails over.” There were two classes, 2½-raters and under and ½-raters. In the former, Sorceress, Mr Linton Hope, and Harrier, Mr C. E. Liles, only appeared at the station, Dona, Mr Frost Smith, and Eva, Mr W. J. Wyllie, being absentees; while the ½-raters were represented by Taffy, Mr J. Powell, and Eileen, Mr E. J. Goldsmith. The course was from the club to Broadness, up round a boat off Stoneness and back to club, three times round for the 2½-raters, and two rounds for the others. The wind blew stiffly from the north-west, when Mr Marcatt, the Vice-commodore, gave the signal for the big ‘uns at 4.15 …
14 June 1903: Death, at the Workhouse, Taunton, Elizabeth Jane Smith, aged 46
29 January 1904: If the Next-of-Kin to Miss Sarah Smith, who died on the 28th day of December, 1903 (a native of Windsor, aged 60 or more), will apply to W. Green, 15 Alma Terrace, Arthur Road, Windsor, they may hear of something to their advantage. If not claimed before the end of February things will be sold to defray expenses;
Reports from Slough Petty Sessions: the license of the Wellington Arms, Slough, transferred from Charles Isbell to Charles Smith;
‘The Annual Meeting of the Windsor and Eton Royal Albert Institute was held in the large hall on Monday evening [25 January 1904] … ‘Eighteen lectures were delivered during the past year, all of which were gratuitous. Those by the Rev. A. T. C. Cowie, Mr H. Snowdon Ward, Rev. C. N. Nagel, Mr A. A. Somerville, Rev. W. Spiers, Mr J. G. Everett, Mr D. S. Holderness, Mr T. Dunhill, Canon W. Page Roberts, and Mr G. Parratt were given in the spring, and those by Bishop Barry, Rev. J. H. Ellison, Rev. Albert Lee, Mr H. F. Traylen, Mr Frank Stevens, Mr Hugh de Havilland, Rev. S. A. Donaldson, and Canon Clement Smith, were delivered in the autumn season. Your best thanks are due to these gentlemen for their valuable services. The management of the entertainments was undertaken by the Rev. S. K. Tahourdin and Mr W. Fairbank, Mr A. H. Cowley and Mr W. B. Kempton. Your hearty thanks are due to these gentlemen for the great trouble they have taken in providing this recreation, and to the friends who so kindly assisted, thereby adding a substantial sum to the funds.’
‘Clewer Amateur Gun Club. On Wednesday the members of the above club held their second annual meeting at Lawrence’s Farm, Clewer. Mr W. Hearn, sen., officiated as referee, and the arrangements, thanks to the hard-working hon. sec. (Mr Goodyear), were all that could be desired. The chief event of the day was the competition for the Challenge Cup. The conditions were twelve birds each, five traps, 80 yards boundary, at 21 to 28 yards rise. The cup was won by Mr Smith (26 yds rise), who grassed 9 birds out of 12. Mr Harris, who killed 8, took second prize. Messrs Nettlebead, Brickwood and Goodyear tied for third honours, each killing 7 birds, and in the shoot-off finished in the above order. Mr Painter won sixth prize with six kills. After the shoot the members and friends dined togetheer at the Duke of Edinburgh, Clewer.’
‘The annual meeting of the members of the Windsor and District Liberal Club was held at the Gladstone Hall on Friday evening, when there was a large attendance. Mr Watson, the secretary, presented a very satisfactory report. … The balance sheet, which was audited by Messrs M. R. Blackford and F. W. Whittington, was together with the report, unanimously adopted. The President (Sir A. D. Hayter), Hon. Treasurer (Mr W. R. Smith), the Secretary (Mr W. Watson), and the Auditors (Messrs Blackford and Whittington) were re-elected, whilst the following vice-presidents were elected by ballot: Mr A. W. Milner-Gibson, Councillor F. T. Ryland, Councillor Sir J. T. Soundy, J.P., Sir W. C. Bruce, Bart., Mr G. Wargent, Alderman E. Bampfylde, J.P., Mr T. D. Bolton, M.P., Mr J. Taylor, Mr W. G. Stoneham, Councillor J. E. Mitchell, J.P., Mr F. J. Patton, J.P., and Mr C. Pearce. The contest for the General Committee resulted as follows:- C. Mulford 132, W. Walter 123, P. Dolan 122, E. Shrimpton 105, W. R. Smith 101, H. R. Taylor 95, G. D. Williams 95, A. New 90, W. E. Moore 85,W. J. Hearne 77, G. Stinton 73, R. Float 73, W. G. King 66, E. Quelch 65, W. Miles 65. During the evening a splendid full length engraving of the late W. E. Gladstone was presented to the club by Mr E. Hopper, of Alma Road, who was heartily thanked by the members.’
Sunday Services: St George’s Chapel – Holy Communion, 8 30; Matins and Sermon, 11; Evensong, 5. Canon in residence, Rev. Clement Smith
‘Mr W. J. Crane has decided to finish the season as hon. secretary of the Wednesday team in conjunction with Mr P. Pettitt. The Wednesday team have a special attraction for February 10th (Wedding Day). They will entertain the champions of the Reading Wednesday League at the Rec. The kick-off will be at 3.30, for the convenience of those who wish to see the sights and then have a “look in” at the League match. Next Wednesday they play the third game with the 1st Life Guards at the Rec. at 2.45. Each side have won a game by the odd goal and this third meeting should provide a very interesting match. Windsor and Eton Wednesday team will be selected from F. J. Husted, A. Rowland, E. Stanford, E. C. Russell, G. H. Hobbs, C. E. Ewins, E. Skinner, W. H. Wilkins, C. Hyde, Smith, C. Barker, R. L. Rodman and C. Hawkesworth.’
26 May 1904: Miss Lily Brayton, photographed by Lizzie Caswall Smith
23 September 1904: Miss Margaret Fraser photographed by Lizzie Caswall Smith
16 March 1905: Postcard to Mrs R. Smith, near Blacksmiths Shop, Kessingland, Lowestoft: ‘Dear Aunt, Hoping you are all keeping well as it leaves us at present. We have just come home from Sunday School With love to all from Harold Cane’
1 June 1905: Postcard to Miss Smith, 31 Hillgrove Hill, Stokes Croft, Bristol: ‘Thanks for your letter of tonight, am sorry you cannot come up for Whitsun, but glad trade is so good for you, here it is dreadful, do hope you will enjoy yourself at The holidays Perhaps another time you can come to see me love from Maidie’
8 August 1905: Postcard to Miss Ethel Smith, Ryburn Buildings, Sowerby Bridge: ‘Dear Ethel, I wish you had come with us, it’s real fine here. I was rather surprised at your letter I think I never read a colder. Love from all. Kate’
31 August 1905: Postcard to Miss Pridmore, 43 Lowndes Square, London S.W.: ‘We are having a lovely day at Ilfracombe hope you are all quite well We are going to stay here until 6 oclock this is a swell place such toffs I havent seen Miss Smith here yet I must send Goose one later this way up’
23 December 1905: Postcard to Miss S. Pridmore, 43 Lownds Square, London, S W: ‘Dear S Wishing you a Merry Xmas & a Happy New year we heard Suey is a bit better on the 19th not heard since the Girls that was queen & Maids of Honnor are to be at S Smiths wedden on the 2d of Jan I think I told you she was to be Married Charley is comeing home for Xmas no one hels with love to you B this is Mr F Fowler at the gate’
27 July 1906: Miss Daisy Cordell photographed by Lizzie Caswall Smith
15 December 1906: Birth of Violet Beatrice Smith, Higham Ferrers Sub-District, Wellingborough District
14 June 1907: Postcard to Miss E. Smith, 17 Harrington Road, Leytonstone: ‘Dear E. Many thanks for letter. The wishes amused me much: its very sweet of you. but hat or no hat I quite hope to turn up to the T. outing. Am having a lovely time. Have been fishing for tad-poles in a pond on the hills today. Don’t laugh. The bairnes nearly wept when I said I’d rather go out with Mrs P. as I fielded and enjoyed it. Fancy getting home at midnight. Don’t do it again. Will send letter next week. Yours with love M…. Edie’
September 1909: Subscriptions for the Sunday School Treat: Collected by Miss Lane – Mrs Richards 3d, Mrs Clissold 3d, Mrs Stanton 3d, Mrs Knight 3d, Mrs Bullock 3d, Mrs Woodward 2d, Mrs Cook 3d, A Friend 1½d, Mr R. Smith 10d, Mrs Lane 3d, Miss B. Lane 6d, Mrs Foster 3d, Mr Wheeler 3d, Mrs Matthews 3d, Mrs Jowett 3d, Mr Hopton 6d, Miss Price 6d, Mrs Gammon 3d, Mrs Morriss 3d, Mrs Mundy 6d, Friend 3d, Mrs Palmer 6d, Friend 2d, – ½d, Mr V. Frost 6d, – 2d, Mt Wherat 1d, Mr Hartwright 6d, – 3d, – 2d. Total 9/-
Advertisement: W. R. Smith, baker, grocer &c., Millbrook Bakery
c1910: Photograph of Miss Pauline Chase, by Lizzie Caswell Smith
31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Albion Hotel: Mr and Mrs J. W. Waller, Mr J. M. Crawford, Dr and Mrs Smith, Mr and Mrs J. W. Thompson, Mr Conway Scott, Mr J. J. Paxton, Mr and Mrs P. N. Hooper and party, Mrs Nicholl, Miss Nicholl, Mr E. R. Care, Mr F. D. Harwood, Mrs E. C. Morgan, Mr H. H. Handcock, Mr James Forbes;
Falmouth Visitors List: staying with Mrs Williams at Maenheere: Mrs Kirk, Miss Kirk, Mrs Bell, Miss Nellie Bell, Miss Craven, Miss E. Bell, Miss Simmonds, Mr and Mrs E. Howell, Mrs and Mr Croucher, Mr and Mrs Bennett, Mr and Mrs Elliott, Miss Elliott, Mrs Colemutt, Mr W. T. Smith, Mrs Newman, Master Newman, Miss Newman, Miss Bagnall, Mr and Mrs Kidman, Mr Nevill Shute, Mr Murdoch, Mr Hunter, Mr Clarke, Mr Dibb, Mr Rendle.
Falmouth Visitors List: Gwendra, Cliff Road: Mr and Mrs J. G. Wicks, daughter and nurse, Stone; Mrs Fitzwilliam Richards, Redruth; Miss M. R. M. Smith, Canada; Mr and Mrs T. L. Cunningham, New York; Mrs Slade, the Misses Doris and Hilda Slade, Broadstairs; Mr and Mrs J. I. Reece, Westgate-on-Sea; Miss Dare, Mrs Symons, Croydon; Mr Leonard Symons, Camborne.
January 1915: Bruce Smith, entertainer, ‘Beverley’, 61 Queen’s Road, Wimbledon; Mr Bruce Smith, vice-president
December 1916: Advertisement: R. W. Smith, undertaker and complete funeral furnisher, Commerce Avenue and 12 Hillshott. With a recent testimonial from a customer from Silver Street, Edmonton:
June 1917: ‘The news comes that Harold Smith is in hospital, and has had his left foot amputated. We are sorry to hear it. He was such a useful young man during the time he lived here.’
20 November 1918: Baptism of Sadie Smith
1920?: Postcard to Mr Mac Capon, 10 Jepshon Road, Upton Park, London: ‘Albert Smith Chez Sourdel Hotel du Canard Stanfort sur Somme Dear Old Mac, Excuse not writing before I am driving all over France during the week with my boss. I am a Chauffeur Companion to him & his Wife & little girl aged 10 years; He is a big contractor over here; We put up at Hotels when away from Paris; I earn £3 5 0 & all found, not bad Eh? best of food too Yours always A Smith’
28 March 1920: Dorothy Smith baptised, 15 Abbotsford Avenue, Harpurhey;
April 1920: May Smith confirmed
24 August 1922: Baptism at Seaton Hirst: Elsie daughter of Joseph Watson and Florence Caroline Smith
17 September 1922: Baptism at Ashington: Jane Lee daughter of Matthew and Mary Ann Smith
17 September 1922: Baptism at Ulgham: George son of Mr and Mrs George Smith, Stobswood;
October 1922: Advertisement: Thomas J. Smith, undertaker and complete funeral furnisher and director. Interments arranged on the shortest notice. Motor funerals arranged. Cremations arranged. Proprietor of high-class modern hearses and carriage provider. Residence: 4 Hood Street. Works: 36a Bridge Street, Morpeth. Telephone 90
1923: Leaving Certificates: From Upper VI: Marjorie Baird, Muriel Barratt, Violet M. Livesey, Ina Pickles, Zillah Taylor. From Lower VI: Jean McNichol, Phyllis Nutter, Marion Raw, Mercedes Shirra. From Form V: Dorothy Babbage, Phyllis Booth, Phyllis M. Bourne, Rosalie E. Ince, Marjorie Smith, Freda M. Sower, Muriel C. Stacey, Margaret M. Stampe, Hilda M. Walker
November 1923: News of Old Girls: Lilian Smith (1923) has obtained a situation with Boots, Cash Chemists
Alder House. News of Old Girls (leaving from Alder House): ‘Constance and Barbara Smith (1922) went to the Old Trafford High School until it was temporarily closed, and then moved to Southolme High School.’
1924: A. W. Smith and W. H. Smith, footballers, Huddersfield Town, referred to in 1976 in a review of the club’s performance in the 1924/5 season
5 July 1924: Postcard to Mr M. Capon, 70 Jepshon Road, Upton Park, London: ‘Same address as letters are sent on to me: 5-7-24 France Dear Mac, Not yet heard from you; have parcel arrived yet. Hoping both your Wife and yourself a Happy New Year Yours truly Smithy’
August 1924: ‘The Annual Meeting of Trustees, Committee and Visitors was held on June 27th. All the retiring officials were thanked for their services, and as a reward re-elected for another year’s work. The two vacancies on the Committee, caused by the deaths of Messrs Joseph Blackshaw and John Smith, were filled by the election, by ballot, of Mr James Gifford of the First Class, and Mr Thomas Smith, and the latter gentleman was elected an auditor in the place of his late father.’
Primary & Junior Departments: Beginners Department ‘B’: The birthday children for June and July were Kathleen Twyford, Marion Smith, Joan Banks, Ivy Pedder and Edith A. Walley
Primary Department ‘C’ will celebrate the following Cradle Roll Birthdays – Margaret Jean Almond, Harold Shaw, Mary Jones and Edith Agnes Walley; and also the following scholars’ birthdays – Elsie Fosbrooke and Margaret Smith
3 January 1928: At the Portsmouth General Quarter Sessions before John Henry Harris, esquire, Recorder, holden at the Guildhall, Portsmouth. Councillor Frank J. Privett, J.P., Mayor, Fred G. Allen, esquire, Clerk of the Peace: E. Winter, governor, His Majesty’s Prison, Portsmouth. Prisoner: Frederick Julius Hallpike, aged 42, fish caterer. Committed from Portsmouth, 14 December 1927. Bailed at court, 14 December 1927. Offence: On 24 November 1927, did attempt to obtain by false pretences, to obtain from Ernest Greek Smith, the sum of £2/10/0. 2nd Charge: On 6 December 1927, obtaining by false pretences from Alice Sedgall the sum of £12/10/0. Tried before The Recorder, 3 January 1928. Verdict: Not Guilty. Order of the Court: Discharged.
Prisoner: Claude Henry Smith. Committed from Portsmouth 20 December 1927. Offence – Between 11 and 20 December 1927, being entrusted by Euphemia Parvin with the sum of £150, fraudulently converted the said sum to his own use and benefit. 2nd Charge: On 23 July 1927, by Archibald Fidler, with £75. 3rd Charge: On 25 June 1927, by Frederick James Knapp, with £25. 4th Charge: On 7 November 1927, by false pretences obtain from Douglas Thomas Headley Dean, the sum of £2. 5th Charge: On 4 November 1927, by false pretences obtain from Lily Bezzina the sum of £2. 6th Charge: On 22 November 1927, by false pretences obtain from William Henry Waters the sum of £5. 7th Charge: On 31 May 1927, by false pretences obtain from Mary Doust the sum of £50, 8th Charge: On 8 November 1927, being the bailee of £5/11/0, the monies of Mary Doust, fraudulently converted the same to his own use and benefit. 9th Charge: Between 1 April and 4 July 1927, being entrusted by Arthur John Pepper with £25 fraudulently converted the same to his own use and benefit. Tried before The Recorder, 3 January 1928. Plea: Not Guilty. Order of the Court: Trial adjourned and transferred to next Winchester Assizes on application of prisoner.
9 January 1928: County of Southampton: At the General Quarter Sessions before Sir Francis Charles Gore, K.C.B. chairman, and others, justices of the peace for the said county, holden at the Castle of Winchester. Sir Gilbert Redvers Heathcote, baronet, high sheriff; Reginald J. Harris, gentleman, under sheriff; Frederic Viccars Barber, esquire, clerk of the peace; E. Winter, governor, His Majesty’s Prison, Portsmouth. Prisoner: William Jackson, 49, labourer. Previous convictions. – 21 days and Reformatory School, West Bromwich Petty Sessions, 28 May 1890 (stealing cigarette cases, &c.), as Joseph Duffield; 21 days, Birmingham Petty Sessions, 13 June 1894 (stealing trousers &c.), as Joseph Duffield; 6 months, Lichfield Court Martial, 15 June 1895 (deserter, &c.), as John Smith; 3 months and 1 month, consecutive, Bilston Petty Sessions, 10 April 1896 (stealing tools and assault on police), as Joseph Duffield; 20 days, Perth Petty Sessions, 20 November 1896 (theft), as John Smith; 6 months, Glasgow Sheriff’s Court, 12 July 1897 (housebreaking), as John Smith; 9 months, Glasgow Sheriff’s Court, 31 January 1898 (theft), as John Smith; 14 days East Glasgow Petty Sessions, 28 November 1898 (theft), as James Murphy; 15 and 15 months, concurrent, Maidstone Assizes, 25 February 1901 (stealing cash box and wounding), as William O’Brien; 40 days, Dundee Petty Sessions, 26 June 1902 (assault on police), as James Blather; 4 months, Dundee Sheriff’s Court, 11 August 1902 (theft and malicious damage), as James Blather; 18 months, Haddington Sheriff’s Court, 15 January 1903 (housebreaking), as William Plummer; 12 months, Brighton Sessions, 9 January 1905 (malicious damage); 3 months, Beverley Petty Sessions, 27 March 1906 (assault on police), as Albert Tysall; 3 months, Middleton Petty Sessions, 12 July 1906 (loitering); 5 years penal servitude, Derby Sessions, 7 January 1907 (burglary), as William Duffield; 3 and 3 months, concurrent, Cumberland Assizes, 31 May 1912 (burglary and larceny), as James Smith; 18 months, Glasgow Sheriff’s Court, 26 September 1912 (housebreaking, 5 cases), as William Jones; 14 and 14 days, consecutive, Newcastle County Petty Sessions, 15 April 1914 (assault on police and damage), as Thomas Pepper; 6 months, Bedford Petty Sessions, 20 May 1914 (stealing boots), as Thomas Pepper; 1 month, Wokingham Petty Sessions, 7 April 1915 (rogue and vagabond, damage in Union), as George Chapman; 3 months, Coventry Petty Sessions, 8 December 1920 (rogue and vagabond, begging), as William Jones; 6 months, Lichfield City Petty Sessions, 20 September 1921 (aggravated assault), as William Jones; 3 months, Aldershot Petty Sessions, 10 July 1922 (on enclosed premises), as William Jones; 12 months, Hertford Sessions, 9 April 1923 (grievous bodily harm), as William Jones; 3 years penal servitude, Gloucester County Sessions, 9 April 1924 (stealing from post office till), as George Silvester; 6 months, Ipswich Borough Petty Sessions, 30 May 1927 (begging and threats to kill), as Michael O’Hara; twice summary for drunk, and suspected person, in 1906. Committed from Basingstoke, 30 November 1927. Received in prison, 30 November 1927. Offence – On 27 November 1927, breaking and entering the dwelling house of C. W. Simkins, and therein stealing 2 earrings, 1 silver bag, a quantity of foreign coins, and 6 French banknotes, his property. 2nd Count – Receiving. Tried before Sir Francis C. Gore, 10 January 1928. Plea – Guilty. Sentence – 5 years penal servitude.
6 May 1928: John William Smith baptised; 15 May 1928: Jack Victor Smith married Annie Bearman
1st April 1931: Smith to play for Nottingham Forest on Friday;
D. G. Smith marksman for Edinburgh University in the Inter-Varsity League Small Bore Shooting contest;
‘About 800 dancers attended a complimentary ‘benefit night’ to Mr S. J. Fallon, the popular manager, at the Nottingham Palais de Danse last night.’ ‘Tommy Lowe, the Nottingham eccentric dancer, and Victor Leopold, another local vocalist and dancer, also contributed, and Mr. Fallon and his partner, Miss Cissie Smith, gave an exhibition of the latest ballroom dances.’;
‘Gipsy Smith the evangelist, was 71 yesterday’;
‘An accident in which a Nottingham man was involved had a sequel at Melton Mowbray Petty Sessions, yesterday, when Edward Bunning, motor driver, Asfordby, was summoned for driving, without due care, and also with failing to stop after an accident on March 17th. Arthur Parker, cattle food salesman, 2 Huntingdon-drive, The Park, Nottingham, said he was leaving Melton for home when Bunning tried to cut in between his car and a two-seater. Although witness had pulled on to the footpath, defendant’s car struck his, buckling the rear mudguard. Supt. Smith said defendant had been driving for 27 years, and this was the first occasion he had been in trouble. In view of his good record Bunning was fined 10s. in each case, and ordered to pay £1 12s. 6d. costs.’;
Members and officers mentioned in report of the annual general meeting of the Nottingham Shakespeare Society: Miss N. Smith, committee member; also Mr A. Smith makes comments;
Urban council elections: Coalville: Coalville Ward: candidates: Jas. Smith, E. R. Smith, A. H. Cockerill; Hugglescote Ward: candidates: R. Blower, J. W. Smith.; Shepshed: candidates: C. H. Nelson, H. Burton, J. A. Grant, H. E. Atkin, A. C. Bradbury, A. King, W. Martin, T. W. Peat, J. Lacey, J. H. Peberdy, G. Jordan, J. W. Smith, J. A. Harley, Miss P. M. Wade, W. F. Jones, P. J. Gough.
Rural council elections: Skegby: Stanton Hill Ward: candidates: G. H. Barker, E. Smith; Melton Mowbray: Asfordby: candidates: Thomas Sarson, Ernest Scott, Frank Sarson, George Ernest Dixon, Tom Cowman, Arthur Thompson, Sidney Archibald Draycott, Frederick George Smith, George William Whitlock, William Henry Houghton; Clowne: Whitwell: candidates: W. H. Jackson, H. Coulson, G. Burton, S. Smith, T. Wordley, G. Green; Ashby-de-la-Zouch: Bardon Hill: candidates: Rev. A. N. Crane; C. F. K. Smith;
The report on the last meeting of the season of the Nottinghamshire Amateur and Professional Golfers’ Alliance held over the Chilwell Manor course mentions the following speakers and entertainers: Mr A. V. Campbell, Mr G. Smith, Mr A. Parker, Mr W. W. Campbell, Mr G. Skellington, Mr Thornton Clarke, Mr J. Baguley, Messrs Norton and Reavill, Mr Tom Williamson.
January 1932: Candidates for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: Miss W. Smith, 25 St Anthonys Place, Blackpool; J. B. Smith, 68 Oxford Road, W.5; Miss E. M. L. Smith, 48 Longstone Road, Eastbourne; E. Smith, 34 Lady Grey Walk, Wollaston; Mrs C. B. Smith (family membership), Summer Vale, Great North Road, Catterick; T. Smith, 10 Forbes Street, Edinburgh
18 February 1932: Doris Smith, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
May 1933: Messrs. R. H. Cook, F. J. Hancock, G. Hind, R. Hopkin, G. Pallant, C. Poole, T. Robinson, W. Shaw, J. H. Smith (Diocesan Lay Reader), G. Starr, G. Vickers, W. Walker, T. Walters, F. Woodhead, L. F. Woodhead, C. Woodhead, E. W. Lane, A. Kirk, J. Shore, sidesmen of Cinder Hill parish church
July 1933: The Prefects’ Election: Foote, Paul, J. Gray and Tuckwell took office as a result of the election for School Prefects held last month. As vacancies occur, they will be filled by Currie, Bond, D. Smith, Allen, Thrift, Butcher and Felstead;
Senior Cricket: The Senior Team has so far won 5 matches out of a possible 8. This includes the two Gill Cup matches. We qualified for the third round by beating Southwark but unfortunately we lost to South Lambeth in the third round by 9 runs. In our league matches we have won 4 matches out of 6. We beat Earlsfield, Haselrigge Road, Hackford Road and Huntingfield Road, but we lost against West Hill and Southwark Central. The century mark has been passed twice, once against Hackford Road with a total of 113 runs for 6 wickets, and also against Haselrigge Road, the total being 102 runs for 7 wickets; both innings were declared. The best scores have been made by Smith with 43 runs and 21 not out. Edwards with 32 and 23, and Bastin with 24 not out. Our bowlers are Mitchell, Edwards, Bastin, Jarvis and Taylor. Mitchell heads the bowling with some very fine averages, including 5 wickets for 0 runs, 7 for 4 runs and 6 fir 8 runs. Cockfield is a very useful bat and wicket-keeper, having stumped 11 players, and Seabrook and Edwards have also made some very fine catches. The boys who have played for the Seniors are Taylor, Edwards, Cockfield, Mitchell, Smith, Bastin, Jarvis, Seabrook, Lambert, Cook, Brewer, Dorsett, Kelsall, Delaney and Hutton. N. HUTTON. Hutton is too modest to mention his own performances. He has been a regular scorer, a splendid field, and has captained his side splendidly;
Junior Cricket: The Juniors this year are a very good side. … We have a fairly strong side at batting, the boys’ total scores being as follows – Fiorini 154, Hatfield 147, Waymouth 110, Robinson 102, Brown 71, Capron 59, Smith (D) 74, Combes 51, Gilbert (W) 39, Johnson 37, Gilbert (G) 32 and Peirce 21. … We have many bowlers, Brown, Hatfield, Fiorini, Smith (D) and Capron … The best fielders are Combes, Waymouth, Smith (D) and Fiorini. The wicket-keepers who have played are Johnston, Gilbert (G) and Robinson. … These boys have also played in matches: Beveridge, Avis, Smith (W) and Hearndon.
Athletic Sports – Results. Individual Events. Hurdles – Girls (senior). Time 13 1/2. 1. J. Johnson (Th); 2. E. Smith (Wn); 3. S. Thompson (H).
July 1934: Report (with group photograph) on the Mundella Old Boys’ dinner held at the Reform Club on 23 March. There were present: Mr R. B. Wight; Dr Cecil Roberts (guest of honour, ‘as usual, in sparkling mood. His speech, though provocative in parts was a piece of sheer virtuosity in after-dinner speaking’); L. J. Levin (councillor, chairman of the Finance Committee); C. A. Ross; A. D. Smith; R. G. Vernon; C. Goldsworth; L. G. Gibson; P. T. Distin; D. Smith; J. Bartlett; B. Smith; B. E. Dean; H. B. Bishop; J. Westmoreland; K. Woollatt; Mr H. W. Jones; Mr L. Brettle (Headmaster of the Queen Elizabeth School, Mansfield); H. B. Holbrook; J. Robinson; Mr Stace; Mr Kendall; W. C. Thomson; Mr Winfield; Mr Baynes-Smith; R. Burton; A. A. Shipside; P. G. Strouther; Bagguley; J. Daykin; A. R. Stone; C. D. Dickenson; Mr Austin; L. J. Widdowson; Ron Hadrill and Noel England (providing musical entertainment); Mr Thomas; T. E. Hall; A. J. Bates; A. C. A. Chisholm; H. B. Briggs; P. E. Hall; J. G. Hall; R. Lipman; Mr Jackson; Mr Broadburn; F. Hopewell; J. C. Steward; J. W. Perkins; F. Bee; K. Stocker; Mr Broomfield; Mr Storey; J. W. Adkin; J. Mackay; G. Atkinson; F. H. Anthony; F. G. Cox; S. A. Coleman.
Mundella Secondary School: Form Notes: VI L. We are sorry that G. Clark, E. M. Smith and Booker are leaving. Good luck go with them.
Athletic Sports – Results. Individual Events. 100 yards – Skipping (senior). 1. J. Johnson (Th); 2. E. Smith (Wn); 3. K. Shaw (Wn).
80 yards – Girls (senior). 1. J. Johnson (Th); 2. K. Shaw (Wn); 3. E. Smith (Wn).
Dual Events. High Jump – Girls’ (senior). Heigh 4 ft 5 in. 1. E. Smith (Wn) and J. Johnson (Th) tie; 3. S Thompson (H)
Cricket Club (Girls). Captain: G. Mawer. Vice-Captain: K. Shaw. Secretary: E. Smith. The team has been selected from the following: – G. Mawer, K. Shaw, E. Smith, V. Parkin, D. Powell, D. Gray, S. Thompson, L. Leafe, E. Kilner, E. Yorke, J. Denman, J. Chilten, C. Currie, M. Summerfield.
Tennis Club. Captain: E. Smith, Vice-Captain: M. Dowell. The team has usually been:- E. Smith, M. Dowell, M. Derry, M. Tunaley, D. Critchley, J. Derry. The following have also played:- M. Dodd, R. Downs.
30 November 1935: Marriage of Henry James Bick and Dora Ethel Smith
January 1936: Valete: V B: A. E. Smith; L V.: R. Horswell and M. Smith are artificer apprentices;
Examination Successes: Oxford School Certificate Examination Results 1935: Certificate with Honours and Matriculation Exemption: A. B. Banks, A. L. Barlow, K. F. J. Belt, R. A. Coleman, C. D. Coomey, A. Cope, K. Farrell, R. F. Hammond, H. Littlefield, M. G. Lovell, E. Newbery, W. L. Oakshatt, E. E. H. Osgood, R. Reeds, R. L. Vaughan, D. J. Wilkes, E. Wilkinson, K. F. Wood, G. B. D. Wroe. Certificate with Honours: W. P. Padbury. Certificate with Matriculation Exemption: R. E. Connor, F. H. Elsey, R. James, R. Lacey, V. Lillie, F. W. Newman, D. Vick. Certificate: E. K. Barnfield, J. E. Boxall, B. Chamberlin, F. L. G. Dickson, B. E. Dyer, G. S. Englefield, H. R. Evans, A. Flower, R. W. Godfrey, J. Grace, B. E. Hébert, J. M. Holder, T. Ireton, L. Jeffries, J. J. R. Kelsey, H. W. Laishley, H. Morrow, N. Norris, E. H. Peters, A. E. Smith, E. H. Sutton, R. Tallack, L. Wilman. Distinctions: English – G. B. D. Wroe; Mathematics – C. D. Cooney, A. Cope, K. Farrell, H. W. Laishley, W. L. Oakshatt, R. L. Vaughan, G. B. D. Wroe; Latin – G. B. D. Wroe; Physics – K. Farrell; Geography – G. B. D. Wroe; Additional Mathematics – K. Baisbrown, J. H. C. Nightingall, S. E. Prior. The following Special Candidates passed in Additional Mathematics: K. Baisbrown, L. J. Evans, L. C. Ley, E. R. Nicholas, J. H. C. Nightingall, B. A. Page, S. E. Prior, G. W. Rose;
Examination Successes: Dockyard & Artificer Apprentices Examination, 1935: D. W. Devonshire, K. P. Farrell, E. S. Homyer, R. S. Blanchard, E. R. Nicholas, P. T. King, L. J. Evans, R. Connor *, A. J. Cope, R, C, Horswell *, E. E. H. Osgood, E. R. Wilkinson, G. F. Kidd, K. S. C. Hancock, C. A. Little, V. O. Lillie, R. S. Paradise, J. A. Grace, D. L. A. Vick, W. J. Cochran, M. B. G. Flack, W. L. Oakshatt *, W. P. Padbury, W. T. A. Greer, R. T. James *, W. H. Childs *, J. E. Raggett *, R. J. Lacey, K. G. Franklin, W. L. Prangnell, W. K. Richards, J. James, H. Colyer, M. Sweetman, S. H. New *, A. E. Catmore *, R. A. Morris *, C. A. T. Russell *, R. Farmer, M. Smith *;
Prize List, 1934-5: 1st Year – E. R. Metcalf, P. J. Raggett, R. C. Pain, W. Dee, A. W. Rolfe, D. A. Barrett, K. Clark, R. A. Smith, C. D. Colley, D. F. Wood (Geography), B. W. Thompson (French), L. E Paradise (Progress)
Football: Notes on the school first eleven: Smith (Vice-Captain). ‘Formerly outside-right, but is now playing left-half, in which position he has become a valuable addition to the defence. Is fast and quick at recovery.’ Wallington House captain – E. Smith. ‘Among the Seniors, Smith, the House Captain, Bruton, Jelley, Jefferies, Seymour and Olding have played regularly for the School elevens. In the House matches that we have been able to play, notable form has been shown by Kent in goal, as well as by Fudge, Fowler and Hébert (House Vice-Captain). We were sorry to lose Sweetman and Henley, but pleased to have the active support of Wood.’
23 March 1938: Yvonne Smith, aged 12, 32 Haywood Avenue, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
17 May 1938: Mr Arthur Bedward Spencer of Blidworth Dale, managing director of the firm of George Spencer, Ltd, Vedonia hosiery works, Basford, and also managing director of the subsidiary firm of W. E. Saxby, Ltd, bleachers and dyers, of Bar Lane, Basford, who died in a Nottingham nursing home on Thursday, in his 48th year, was cremated at Wilford Hill yesterday. A service was held at Mansfield Road Baptist Church, Nottingham, after which the ashes were scattered over the park at Blidworth Dale. The services at Wilford Hill, Mansfield Road church, and at Blidworth Dale, were conducted by the Reverence James Amos, M.A., minister of Moseley Baptist Church, Birmingham, formerly of the Mansfield Road church. … The mourners were: Mrs A. B. Spencer (widow), Mr George Spencer (father), Mr H. B. Spencer and Mr G. H. Spencer (brothers), Mr John Spencer (uncle), Mr A. I. Spencer and Mr Vernon Spencer (cousins), Mr D. G. Hopewell and Mr D. H. Jackson (brothers-in-law), Mr F. Ballam (Belfast), Mr James Barlass (Manchester), Mr F. Cox (Market Harborough, Mr Geoffrey Dawson (Bury St Edmunds), Mr J. C. Edwards (Manchester), Mr A. C. Farrow (London), Mr Eric Forth (Nottingham), Dr Adam Fulton (Harrogate), Mr S. Grain (Old Basford), Mr W. Holmes (Old Basford), Mr Allen Lovell (Leicester), Mr Douglas Main (Glasgow), Mr R. Mallett (Nottingham), Mr S. Morrison (Hucknall), Mr A. Newell (Old Basford), Mr A. Robinson (Lutterworth), Mr Herbert Sands (Nottingham), Mr R. A. Shipstone (Nottingham), Mr R. B. Spencer (Nottingham), Mr Edward Stibbe (Leicester), Dr R. H. Vartan (Hucknall), and Mr W. Wallace (London). Representing Mansfield Road Baptist Church were Messrs A. M. Edward (secretary), T. Cave (treasurer), W. H. Webster, Rev. T. Adamson, T. S. Adamson, W. Goodliffe, W. T. Westby, A. H. Cullen, A. Walters, W. W. Wood and Mrs A. W. Staveley. Mr H. R. Lindley represented Nottingham and Notts County Boy Scouts’ Association, Mr W. O. Burrows (Nottingham Chamber of Commerce), Mr E. B. Hancock (Shepshed Lace Co.), Mr Frank Bradwell (also representing Lieut.-Col. H. Bradwell), Mr C. G. Tuthill (Mansfield Conservative Association), Mr D. W. Harrison (L.N.E.R., Nottingham), Mr J. E. Widall (representing Mr F. M. Geeson, passenger and parcel agent, L.N.E.R., Nottingham), Lieut.-Col. A. A. Walton, Principal H. A. S. Wortley (University College), Dr and Mrs T. L. T. Knox, Dr and Mrs Lakin (representing Mr and Mrs J. Beales), Mr E. Bignall (chairman) and Mr S. E. Ward (director) of J. B. Lewis and Sons, Ltd. Rev. J. Lowndes, Old Basford, Mr O. L. Bell (Westminster Bank), Mr S. Blythen, Mr and Mrs R. Hunterburom, Mr A. C. P. Hughes (Nottingham Y.M.C.A.), Mr H. Morley (Hucknall), Mr J. Hinchliffe (Hucknall), Captain L. L. Cooper, Miss Hope Cooper, Miss Anthea Cooper, Miss Ethel M. Smith (Nuthall), Mr E. A. Silverberg, Mr G. F. Godson, Messrs H. Bingham, T. Turner, F. G. Peach, C. H. Turner (Bradford), J. J. Spencer, H. W. Saunderson, W. G. Jacobson, E. J. Icke, J. F. Young, A. E. Short, Eric Potter, A. F. Roberts, S. W. D. Roberts, F. E. Bruckshaw (Leicester), G. Hind, Mr and Mrs F. G. Cox, Mr A. A. Aitken (representing Alex A. Aitken Ltd, and also the Egyptian Spinners Ltd, Bury), Mr A. A. Haley (Wakefield), Mr E. J. Allsop (Dobson and Allsop Ltd, Sutton-in-Ashfield), Mr J. Murray (Murray Bros and Co. Ltd, Bulwell), Mr A. H. Perkins and Mr A. E. Hudspeth (representing Holland and Webb Ltd), Mr F. L. Gell (G. Hopewell and Son Ltd). In addition there were representatives of the staffs and workpeople of the Old Basford, Hucknall and Lutterworth factories of George Spencer and Co. Ltd, and of W. E. Saxby Ltd, as well as Messrs H. Gulson, J. Gulson and W. Gulson of Blidworth Dale and Mr George Nicholson (Arkholme).
July 1939: Sidesmen: Messrs G. Booth, H. Brandon, E. K. Capon, W. N. Green, H. C. Henley, C. F. How, C. E. Howgego, P. C. Mitchell, C. P. B. Mudge, L. A. Napthine, W. J. Naunton, P. J. Postle, A. P. Scolding, H. C. Skerritt, F. Smith and P. M. Webb
Advertisement: W. Ingram Smith, builder and contractor, Woodbridge, undertaker. Decorating, plumbing, heating, drainage. Building trades’ requisites supplied. Estimates given. Phone 71.
c1940?: Postcard to Miss Kate Smith, c/o Mrs Stephenson, Chapel, Duns, Berwickshire: ‘Dear Kate, just a P C wondering why you have never written Third P.C. from C Mary Edinburgh wondering your address she did not know yours or them at home so she wrote to me for them you are to write her very soon as she is wearying to hear from you and she wants to write you very much. she said as be sure and write soon to her & reply you will be home on Sunday likely tell them to be sure & write soon love from Sean 5 Newhouse Terrace Dunbar’
December 1942: Lennensia: Congratulations to the following on obtaining the Cambridge School Certificate: E. W. Bates, C. J. S. Boon, M. F. Boulesteix, K. W. Chilvers, E. C. Cook, G. W. Dawes, N. Dennis, E. P. Dyer, P. D. Ellis, R. G. Ellis, S. A. Hands, G. K. Hern, T. B. Howling, D. W. Lawrence, I. E. Levey, P. A. Norton, R. F. Norton, A. A. Roy, A. H. Smith, D. A. Trimm, C. M. Trundle, A. K. Turner.
25 May 1944: Betty Smith, aged 10, 15 Danes Hill, Lound, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Terence Byron Ltd. Chesterfield Hippodrome – Raymond Smith, Jack Warman, Damzel and Partner, Priscilla Wise, Bill Brown and Dogs, Jack Lane, Saxon Sisters and Nan, etc.
December 1945: Candidates for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: L. C. Smith, 17 West Dock Street, Grimsby; R. J. Smith, 48 St Lukes Road, Bristol 3; Miss A. E. Smith (juvenile), 14 Fir Road, Sutton; C. L. Smith, 77 Hoylake Drive, Skegness (life)
7 June 1946: Shelia Smith, aged 10, 15 Danes Hill, Lound, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
1947: Ann Smith enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
28 January 1948: W. Smith, flute, Wilfred Smith, piccolo, London Philharmonic Orchestra
3 May 1948: Marjorie Anne Smith, Police House, Exchange Street, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
12 August 1948: Invitation to Mr & Mrs G. J. C. Polkinhorne to the marriage of Marion Scott Young Smith of Larkhall, Lanarkshire, to Captain Ronald Thornley Price, the East Lancashire Regiment at the Garrison Church, Cannaervon Barracks, Düsseldorf
1951: Thurlby High Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Sunday School: Boys First Class, teacher Mrs A. Sneath: pupil Hugh Smith, born 23 May 1935. Girls Third Class, teacher Mr I. Smith
2 June 1951: Principals in the Chinese play staged by High School pupils – A. Mortimer, Z. Paterson, P. Low, R. Davidson, E. Setten. The performance given last night in the Webster Hall will be repeated.
“Lady Precious Stream” – Courtiers and attendants. Back row: I. Smith, R. Reid, D. Davis, F. Black, I. Grant, D. Brown, K. Ferguson, R. Bowman. Seated: V. McColl, G. Booth, H. Stewart, D. Nairn, K. Forbes.
Prime Minister’s Household: – A. Stewart, K. B. Patterson, J. Sanderson and D. Peters.
Tribute to Late Deputy Chief Constable. – In St Vigeans Church on Sunday reference was made to the death of Mr William Smith, Cliffdene, Cliffburn Road, former deputy Chief Constable of Arbroath. “We have lost a member of the kirk session and a very dear friend,” said the Rev. Charles E. Duff. “I had known Mr Smith intimately for over 30 years, and I feel it to have been a great privilege to call him friend. Mr Smith was ordained an elder in St Vigeans in September 1936, and he fulfilled his duties with the utmost fidelity. He was a most regular attender at church, and he set an example to all of what an elder ought to be. His gentleness, his kindly smile, his untiring service and unfailing loyalty, and that greatest quality of all which we need not hesitate to call by its proper name, love, all make us realise acutely in this hour of sorrow that it will be very difficult to replace him. Few such men are given to the Church, and their loss is irreparable. We think of our friend to-day as not far away. We turn again to life and take up the tasks which he laid down.”
12 June 1951: Postcard to Mrs Alexander, 15 Carlisle Avenue, Swindon: ‘I am having a very nice holiday & beautiful weather time is going too quickly! shall be home again on Friday Helen is having a lovely time in Swanage. Shall come & see you & tell you all about my holiday. with love E. B. Smith‘
12 June 1951: C. F. H. Smith and D. Smith, tenors, and R. A. Smith, bass, The Alexandra Choir
2 June 1951: Tennis: Selected to play for the Midlands against North East in the women’s match at Morgan Courts today are Mrs I. Hunter, Arbroath, and Mrs C. Smith, Arbroath
1st Arbroath Ladies beat Kinnoull at Arbroath on Wednesday by 5 matches to 2, 12 sets to 6, and 98 games to 75 in a Midlands League match. Details – Mrs C. Smith and Mrs I. Hunter, Arbroath, drew with Mrs Lomas and Miss Voigt, 6-4, 4-6; beat Miss Bell and Mrs McKinlay, 6-2, 6-1; beat Mrs Alexander and Miss Stevenson, 7-5, 6-3. Mrs R. Skea and Mrs Shaw, Arbroath, drew 5-7, 6-2; lost 5-7, 4-6; won 6-2, 6-3. Mrs R. Knox and Mrs McEwan won 8-6, 6-4; lost 2-6, 3-6; won 6-4, 6-1.
1952: Thurlby High Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Sunday School: Boys First Class, pupil Hugh Smith, born 23 May 1935.
15 April 1953: County court judgments against George E. Smith, Tremenheere Guest House, Gyllyngvase Road, Falmouth; and against Herbert Smith, 4 Baden Powell Avenue, Boythorpe; and against Mr N. Smith, 52 Princess Street, Derby; and against Mr Smith, Betina, Newton Service Garage Caravan Estate, Lawes Bridge-Road, Torquay; and against Mr A. E. Smith, Colliers Court, Plymtree, grocer; and against Mrs L. W. E. Smith, Homestead, Yealm Road, Newton Ferrers; and against Ernest Smith, 1 North Lane, East Boldon, labourer; and against Mrs C. E. Smith, 23 Southchurch Avenue, Southend-on-Sea; and against Walter Smith, 38 Falcon Street, Plaistow; and against Mr Smith, Elmtree Nurseries, Tetbury; and against Reginald E. Smith, Reine Barnes Cottages, Woodmancote, Dursley, lorry driver; and against Mrs Rosina Smith, Knovill Close, Lawrence Weston, Bristol; and against Leonard Smith, 1 Dollis Place, Kender Street, New Cross; and against Mrs R. M. Smith, 4 Edmund Road, Welling; and against Mr Smith, Alice Street, Morecambe, joiner and builder; and against Mrs Martha Smith, widow, 39 Seymour Street, Radcliffe, snack bar attendant; and against William Smith, 33 Garibaldi Street, Ardwick, Manchester, coal filler; and against Mr M. A. T. Smith, c/o Wykham Farm, Spalding; and against Mr A. C. Smith, 81 Furness Road, Willesden; and against Denis Smith, The Boathouse, 3 Bundys Way, Chertsey Lane, Staines; and against Edward Smith and Ellen his wife, 82 Kendal House, Priory Green, Islington; and against Mr A. S. Smith, Grafton Underwood, taxi proprietor; and against Richard Smith, 14 George Street, North Shields, and Mrs Violet Reed, 68 Trinity Street, North Shields; and against John Smith, 68 Pelham Street, Worksop, firewood dealer; and against Mr Smith, Uplands, Porlock; and against Mr L. W. Smith, Olmase, Storrington Drive, Findon; and against Vincent E. L. Smith, Plas-y-don, Warren Drive, Deganwy, Caernarvon
15 April 1953: Bill of sale by Enid Robina Hardy Smith (described in the affidavit as Enid Robina Hardy-Smith), wife of Leonard Richard Hardy Smith (described in the affidavit as Leonard Richard Hardy-Smith) 3 Ormefield House, Craigside, Llandudno; in favour of Ceinwin P. Hughes
2 October 1960: Robert Antony Smith baptized at St Barnabas’, Heaton, Bradford
4 October 1963: Margaret Smith, soprano Covent Garden Opera Chorus; Morris Smith, orchestra director, Covent Garden Opera
7 October 1968: Thomas Smith, in a group photograph of the Liverpool Football Club team
6 November 1968: Bobby Smith, Brighton footballer: born in Prestbury, Cheshire; married to Jeanne. Also letter from G. Smith, Riverside House, Woolwich
1974: Members of Seaton Carew Golf Club: Gentlemen: Ronald Smith, 28 Wolviston Road, Billingham, Stockton Tel.: 554727; Dr J. T. Smith, Owton Manor South, Hartlepool Tel.: 4570; George C. Smith, c/o B. & W. Nuclear Power Station, Seaton Carew; Clifford Smith, 21 The Front, Seaton Carew Tel.: 66266
23 May 1976: English Chamber Orchestra: Cellos: Roger Smith
18 December 1976: Steve Smith, Huddersfield Town footballer
25 April 1979: Linesmen: K. C. Ferguson (Essington, Staffs.), Red Flag; James Smith (Liverpool), Yellow Flag.
25 May 1979: T. G. Smith, prizewinner, Sutton Valence School
16 March 1982: George Smith (pictured), trainer, Hartlepool United Football Club: also, 2 October 1982, The Evening Sentinel and Stuart Smith had been donors of the ball for the match between Crewe Alexandra and Port Vale
c1990: Ian & Sylvia Smith, 27 Lairds Hill Place, Kilsyth, Glasgow G65 9EX; Sylvia Preedy; Gordon & Irene Smith, 124 Riddlesdown Road, Purley CR8 2DD
1994: David Smith and Shirley Smith, clairvoyants; Hilary Smith, SRN, SCM lecturer, and member of the council of the Spiritualist Association of Great Britain
25 March 2009: Stewards signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Elizabeth Smith, Fay Smith, Joyce Smith, Michelle Smith, Sandra Smith