Sir Harry Smith

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Sir Harry Smith, 1st Baronet - Bibliography
... Smith, Harry (1903) ... The Autobiography of Lieutenant-General Sir Harry Smith Baronet of Aliwal on the Sutlej G.C.B ... tp//digital.library.upenn.edu/women/hsmith/autobiography/harry.html ...
List Of Places Named After People - Towns and Cities - South Africa
... lieutenant-governor of Cape Colony Durbanville – Sir Benjamin d'Urban George – King George III of the United Kingdom Gordon's Bay – Robert Jacob Gordon Hermanus ... Thomas Maclear Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality – Nelson Mandela Philipstown - Sir Philip Wodehouse, governor of Cape Colony Port Alfred – Prince Alfred,son of Queen Victoria ... Thomas Upington Victoria West – Queen Victoria Warrenton - Sir Charles Warren Williston - Colonel Willis Free State Allanridge - Allan Roberts ...
Whittlesey - Famous Residents - Sir Harry Smith
... Sir Harry George Waklyn Smith (1788–1860), whose life has been the subject of several books, and is best known for his role in the Battle of Aliwal (Ind ... Sir Harry is commemorated throughout the Whittlesey area, giving his name to a local school and community centre, among others, and with a bust in St ...
Sir Harry Smith Community College
... Sir Harry Smith Community College is a secondary school in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire ... site of the Whittlesey Workhouse, the College is named after 19th Century English Army General Sir Harry Smith who was born in Whittlesey, and whose grave is situated in the ... On 1 April 2012, Sir Harry Smith Community College officially gained Academy status, enabling the school to operate more independently through a new charitable company, the Sir Harry Smith Academy Trust ...

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