Smith, Thomas Brenton, 1893-1955

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Smith, Thomas Brenton, 1893-1955

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Thomas Brenton Smith was born in 1893 in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, the son of William Henry Smith and Francinia Lavinia (Hicks). He served as a Staff Sergeant with Liverpool’s No. 2 Clearing Hospital, a Canadian Militia Unit that merged with a Toronto-based unit to become the No. 1 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station during World War I. After returning from overseas he worked as an accountant with the Mersey Paper Company.

Smith was active in the Canadian Legion and as an amateur genealogist, compiling information about the families of Queens County. He died in 1955.

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