Margaret Smith

Margaret Smith may refer to:

  • Margaret Smith Court, known as Margaret Court (born 1942), Australian tennis player
  • Margaret Chase Smith (1897–1995), United States Senator from Maine
  • Margaret Smith (politician) (born 1961), Liberal Democrat Member of the Scottish Parliament for Edinburgh West
  • Margaret Smith (poet) (born 1958), American poet and artist
  • Margaret Smith (comedian), standup comic, actor, writer and producer
  • Margaret Smith (author) (1884–1970), wrote Muslim Women Mystics
  • Margaret Bayard Smith (1778–1844), American author
  • Margaret Taylor Smith, American author and social activist
  • Maggie Smith (born 1934), British actress
  • MV Margaret Smith, a coaster

Other articles related to "margaret smith":

1965 French Championships – Women's Singles - Draw - Finals
... Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals 1 Margaret Smith 9 ... Norma Baylon 1 ... Margaret Smith 4 ... Nancy Richey 4 ... Nancy Richey 5 ... Françoise Durr 1 ... Margaret Smith 4. 3 ...
Sufi Studies - Margaret Smith
... Special note could be taken of the little cited but brilliant academic Margaret Smith who wrote (1925–1935) on the history of mysticism in the Near and Middle East from a woman's ...
Judy Tegart - Grand Slam Finals - Women's Doubles: 11 Finals (8 Titles, 3 Runner-ups)
... in Final Score in Final Winner 1964 Australian Championships Lesley Turner Robyn Ebbern Margaret Smith 6–4, 6–4 Winner 1966 French Championships Margaret Smith Jill Blackman ...
Marty Riessen - Grand Slam Finals, 15 (9–6) - Mixed Doubles 9 (7–2)
... Championship Partner Opponents in the final Score in the final Winner 1969 Australian Open Margaret Smith Court Fred Stolle Ann Haydon Jones Shared ... Open Margaret Smith Court Dennis Ralston Françoise Durr 7–5, 6–3 Winner 1970 U.S ... Open Margaret Smith Court Frew McMillan Judy Tegart Dalton 6–4, 6–4 Runner-up 1971 Wimbledon Margaret Smith Court Owen Davidson Billie Jean King ...

Famous quotes containing the word smith:

    Why does my Muse only speak when she is unhappy?
    She does not, I only listen when I am unhappy
    When I am happy I live and despise writing
    For my Muse this cannot but be dispiriting.
    —Stevie Smith (1902–1971)