John Smith

John Smith may refer to:

  • John Smith (name), a name often regarded as the archetype of a common personal name in most English-speaking countries, a generic name sometimes representing "everyman" or "the average person"

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Buckinghamshire (UK Parliament Constituency) - Elections - Elections in The 1820-30s
... Robert John Smith Unopposed N/A N/A Tory Earl Temple Unopposed N/A N/A From 1822 Temple was known by the courtesy title of Marquess of Chandos, as his ... Robert John Smith Unopposed N/A N/A General Election 1830 Buckinghamshire (2 seats) Party Candidate Votes % ±% Tory Marquess of Chandos Unopposed N/A ... Robert John Smith Unopposed N/A N/A General Election 9 May 1831 Buckinghamshire (2 seats) Party Candidate Votes % ±% Tory Marquess of Chandos 1,594 ...
Labour Party (UK) Leadership Election, 1992
... only two candidates in the election, with John Smith always the clear favourite to win ... but didn't stand Candidate Affiliated Constituency Parliamentary Total John Smith 38.5 29.3 23.2 91.0 Bryan Gould 1.5 0.7 6.8 9.0 Shortly after Black Wednesday in September ... With a clear majority John Smith was elected leader of the Labour Party ...
List Of This American Life (TV Series) Episodes - Season Two (2008)
... basic marital questions into the open what do I need? And what can I put up with? 206 "John Smith" June 8, 2008 (2008-06-08) The story of one life, told through the lives of people from all over the country, all ... Baby John Smith is 11 weeks old, in South Carolina, and his parents are still reeling from the sonograms that predicted he would be a girl ... By the time he's 23, John Smith in Laramie, Wyoming, has made some mistakes and is appearing in front of a judge ...
Craigend Castle
... but the estate was sold in the mid-17th century to the Smith family ... John Smith (1724–1812) was born at Craigend and became a merchant and the founder, in 1751, of booksellers John Smith Son ... John Smith built a plain house on the estate, but after his death, in 1816, his son, James Smith, incorporated that house in a much more ornate mansion ...
John Smith, Baron Kirkhill
... John Farquharson Smith, Baron Kirkhill (born 7 May 1930) is a life peer in the House of Lords of the United Kingdom where he takes the Labour whip ...

Famous quotes containing the word smith:

    Those who talk on the razor-edge of double-meanings pluck the rarest blooms from the precipice on either side.
    —Logan Pearsall Smith (1865–1946)