Charles C. Smith - Others


  • Charles Lee Smith (1887–1964), American atheist activist
  • Charlie Smith (centenarian) (1842 or 1874–1979), claimed to be the oldest person in the United States
  • Charles Pressley Smith (1862–1935), Anglican priest
  • Charles John Smith (1803–1838), English engraver
  • Charles Rattray Smith (1859–1941), schoolteacher in Britain and New South Wales, Australia
  • Charles Smith (developer) (1901–1995), real estate developer and philanthropist in the Washington DC area
  • Charles Edward Smith (1835–?), American author and Baptist ecclesiologist and apologist
  • Charles R. Smith, head of the Menasha Wooden Ware Co., who named Ladysmith, Wisconsin after his wife

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