Robert Smith

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Rob Smith - Arts and Entertainment - Others
... Bob Smith (doctor) (1879–1950), founder of Alcoholics Anonymous Robert Smith (bishop) (1732–1801), American bishop Robert Barr Smith (1824–1915), Australian businessman and. 1963), American editorial cartoonist and caricaturist Robert Smith (priest) (1932–2010), American Catholic priest, author, and educator Robert Hall Smith (1888–1960), President of the Norfolk and Western ... Smith, financial pioneer, philanthropist and author Robert Payne Smith (1818–1895), Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford and Dean of Canterbury Robert ...
Colonel Robert A. Smith Monument
... The Colonel Robert A ... Smith Monument, located in Hart County, Kentucky, is a monument related to the American Civil War, listed on the National Register of Historic Places ... It was built in the memory of Colonel Robert A ...
Robert Smith, 1st Baron Carrington
... Robert Smith, 1st Baron Carrington FRS (22 January 1752 – 18 September 1838) was a British Member of Parliament and banker ... Smith was the third son of Abel Smith and his wife Mary (née Bird) ... His grandfather Abel Smith was the third son of Thomas Smith, the founder of Smith's Bank of Nottingham ...
Colonel Robert A. Smith Monument - History
... On September 14, 1862, Scottish-born Colonel Smith was ordered to capture a vital bridge during the Battle of Munfordville ... Smith himself was mortally wounded and in great pain until he died several days later ... Members of the Smith family long believed that Smith was ordered to lead the charge by his superior, Brigadier General James R ...
Rob Smith - Arts and Entertainment - Sports - Cricket
... Robert Smith (cricketer) (1848–1899), English cricketer Robert Smith (cricketer, born 1982) (born 1982), cricketer Robert Smith (Nottingham cricketer) (fl ...

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    A man gazing on the stars is proverbially at the mercy of the puddles in the road.
    —Alexander Smith (1830–1867)