Macdonald Dictionary Record: Thomas Jasper Smyth
George Ranald Macdonald
One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Thomas Jasper Smyth. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: Rev. F J. Smyth. S. 5788 to look after church needs. He was a famous joker and numerous of his stories remain. He was presented with a purse of so0vs when he left Fendalton by H.J. Twenty man, churchwarden Jan. 84. He wrote to the Lylt. Times on the subject of sending butter to the London market and seemed to know all about it. He gave detailed directions . He said he used to send butter to London From Ireland He d. 1932 bur. Papanui Cem. son Henry Montague educ. X.'s Coll 85-92 : B.I. N.Z. '96 : M.P. '98 : M.M.F. 191 Parto , Grade 14 Bd. of Theological studies ; AmateuR.ang. + Fern side '98 ; Sydenham 99-02 : Vicar f Dargaville ; Vicar St. Peters Outing a 1921 ; Anning engineer ; ret. to Auck. born at Kaunda S. Aust. ordained '97 marr. 1'99. a dau . of G. Mayo of Addn. (Gibberish May0?) Papanui Cem. M.I. : X's Coll Sch. hist.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
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