The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Thursday, March 10, 1927, page 1

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Smith Doubtful Now of Identity

Horace Smith left for Toronto last evening in company with his sister, Mrs Neil McClennan, where he will spend a couple of days at McClennan's home. He is becoming more doubtful as to the identity of the man John Smith, who died in Harrah, Oklahoma. According to messages from that city, the body was interred yesterday and there is little chance that should the man prove to be Captain Smith of the George E. Marsh, that the body will be exhumed.

It is possible that Horace Smith may leave for Oklahoma himself and his presence there would clear the mystery immediately. He was undecided as to his course upon leaving Belleville yesterday.

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Richard Palmer
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Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Thursday, March 10, 1927, page 1