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  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Aug. 13,1917
        *Note the different spelling of the name. McLellan' MacCLellan...
      *Note the different spelling of the name. McLellan' MacCLellan...
  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Saturday, March 12, 1927, page 1
        Expect the Smith Photographs to Reach Belleville on Monday Secretary George Dulmage Believes Dead Man was former Bellevillian The photography of the late captain John Smith are not yet in Belleville but should be on Monday. A long distance call to Horrah Oklahoma yesterday ...
      Expect the Smith Photographs to Reach Belleville on Monday Secretary George Dulmage ...
  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Thursday, March 10, 1927, page 1
        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, ...
      Smith Doubtful Now of Identity Horace Smith left for Toronto last evening ...
  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 15, 1927
        Saw Capt. Smith after The Wreck Mrs. Luscomb Recognized Him in Toronto But He Avoided Her "It is the most ridiculous thing I ever heard and it is easy to ...
      Saw Capt. Smith after The Wreck Mrs. Luscomb Recognized Him in Toronto ...
  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 15, 1927
        Saw Capt. Smith after The Wreck Mrs. Luscomb Recognized Him in Toronto But He Avoided Her "It is the most ridiculous thing I ever heard and it is easy to understand that it came from some one not responsible." Mrs. Keegan, 29 Wharf Street, a ...
      Saw Capt. Smith after The Wreck Mrs. Luscomb Recognized Him in Toronto ...
  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 8, 1927
        Identification of Capt. Smith Is Not Certain Apparently Dead Man Lived in Oklahoma town Since 1915 BEFORE WRECK Son Still Thinks The Remains Are Those of His Father <name type="place" reg="Harrah, ...
      Identification of Capt. Smith Is Not Certain Apparently Dead Man Lived in ...
  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Tues., March 8, 1927
        Identification of Capt. Smith Is Not Certain Apparently Dead Man Lived in Oklahoma town Since 1915 BEFORE WRECK Son Still Thinks The Remains Are Those of His Father Harrah, Okla. March 8. - Death's seal today ...
      Identification of Capt. Smith Is Not Certain Apparently Dead Man Lived in ...
  • Daily Intelligencer (Belleville, ON), Wednesday, March 9, 1927, page 1
        Young Smith is Now Doubtful Recent developments in the attempt to prove the John Smith of Horrah, Oklahoma, tend to the shaking of Mr Horace Smith's theory that the dead man is identical with the Captain Smith of the George E. Marsh. Mr George Dulmage, secretary of the Moira ...
      Young Smith is Now Doubtful Recent developments in the attempt to prove ...
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