SAMUEL SMITH, a son of the late Uriah Smith, was born in Francestown, N. H., August 12. 1807. He was prepared for college at the academy in Francestown. After graduating, he studied law, one year with Hon. Titus Brown, at Francestown, and two years, at the Law School, in New Haven, Ct.
He commenced practice in Chester, Vt., in 1830; remained there one year; practised in Francestown, about a year; and then removed to Henniker, N. H., where he continued business, until a few months previous to his death; which occurred in Henniker, from consumption, August 18, 1837.
Mr. Smith continued, till his last sickness, a close student in his profession, and was much esteemed, wherever known, for his sterling integrity of character. He was much interested in the cause of general education, and gave his influence and efforts in favor of every cause which he deemed calculated to promote the happiness and well-being of
Class of 1827, of Dartmouth College; Proceedings at their meeting
in July, 1852; and Brief Notices of the Members. Lynn: W. W.
Kellogg, Printer Over the Depot, Typographic Hall, 1853.
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