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date: 21 August 2019

Smith, Sir Sydney Alfredlocked

(1883–1969)
  • Francis Camps
  • , revised by Brenda M. White

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Smith, Sir Sydney Alfred (1883–1969), forensic scientist, was born at Roxburgh, in the goldfields of Otago, in New Zealand, on 4 August 1883, the youngest child of James Jackson Smith, contractor to the municipality, making and repairing roads. His father was a Londoner who had emigrated to ...

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