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- Date: 05 SEP 1941
- Place: St. Peters, Charlottetown, PE
- Religious Confirmation:
- Date: 06 MAR 1953
- Place: St. Peters, Charlottetown, PE
- Education: Ronald attended grades 1 to 7 at West Kent School from Sept. 1947 to 1954; grades 8 to 10 at Queen Charlotte High from 1954 to 1957; and Prince of Wales College from 1957 to 1963.
- Date: BET 1947 AND 1963
- Place: Charlottetown, P.E.I.
- Note: #N1
- Education: MSc in Rural Sociology (Granted May 1975) Ronald entered the PhD program at Penn State in 1977 and completed the required coursework and passed the comprehensive exam but did not complete the required thesis.
- Date: BET SEP 1973 AND MAY 1975
- Place: Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
- Education: Bachelor of Arts (Granted May 1974)
- Date: BET MAY 1972 AND MAY 1973
- Place: University of PEI
- EMPLOY Accepted a post with Manpower and Immigration.
- Date: NOV 1966
- Place: Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
- Residence: The first residence of Ronald was 63 Cedar Street in Halifax. He lived there for about 4 years while his father was posted in Halifax in the Canadian Army.
- Date: 16 FEB 1941
- Place: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
- WikiTree profile Smith-34011 created through the import of Smith - Aitken_2012-11-05.ged on Nov 6, 2012 by Ron Smith. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Ron and others.
- Note N1Attended West Kent (Grades 1 to 7); Queen Charlotte Jurior High (Grades 8 to 10); and Prince of Wales College (Grades 11 and 12). Also completed 1st and 2nd year university at Prince of Wales College.
- Note N2Father, Walter Smith, served with the Canadian Army during 2nd World War and was based in Halifax, NS, therefore Ronald was born in Halifax.
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On 15 Jun 2016 at 18:32 GMT Sharon Smith wrote:
Hi you may have this information on the history of Taunton MA
still trying to see if Smith family related
On 2 Jul 2014 at 16:59 GMT Leanne Cooper wrote:
On 18 Feb 2014 at 19:27 GMT Paula J wrote:
On 12 Feb 2014 at 18:15 GMT Ron Smith wrote:
On 12 Feb 2014 at 17:59 GMT Sharon Smith wrote:
On 12 Feb 2014 at 17:57 GMT Sharon Smith wrote:
"Probably the early settlers of this region came largely from the southwest of England, for we there find the familiar names of Norton, Dorchester, Weymouth, Wareham, Bridgewater, Plymouth, Barnstable, Somerset, Dartmouth, Berkley, Tiverton, surrounding the English Taunton, much as do their namesakes our own city ; and the settlers of Cohannet on March 3, 1639, (O. S.) procured the name to be changed to Taunton, as they themselves say, 'in honor and love to our dear and native country.'"
On 12 Feb 2014 at 17:55 GMT Sharon Smith wrote:
According to Samuel Hopkins Emery (1853), The relation of the two early settlers, Mr. Richard Smith and John Smith is not known. If John was the son of Richard, as is not improbable,* the following names copied from the Proprietors' Records, may be those of his children, otherwise his grand-children. "The names of the children of John Smith, Sen.: (1) Elizabeth, born Sept. 7, 1663. (2) Henry, born May 27, 1666. John Smith, Senior, mar. Jael Parker of Bridgewater, Nov. 15, 1672. (3) Deborah, born March 7, 1676. (4) Homer, born March 22, 1678. (5) John, born Dec. 6, 1680.
Richard Smith, Jr. came with his father, Richard Smith, Sr. [Is this correct??] in 1630, from Gloucestershire, England, to Boston where he married. The young man settled with his father at Taunton, Massachuse
On 19 Jul 2013 at 13:58 GMT Michelle (Gerard) Hartley wrote:
On 11 Jul 2013 at 16:48 GMT Sharon Smith wrote: