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Smith, a long time resident of Williams, passed away peacefully from complications of pneumonia on November 1, 2011, at John Muir Medical Center in Concord, CA. He was born on February 4, 1924, to Nellie Shearer Smith and Frank Smith of Sites. He grew up, the youngest of four, on the family ranch in the Grapevine Canyon area of Colusa County. Hugh was the last student to attend Black Mountain School, and graduated from Maxwell High School in 1942. He was an avid reader, history buff, bird watcher, coin collector, and crossword player, who continued to educate himself throughout his entire life.
Hugh was a patriotic, decorated World War II veteran. Hugh ("H-U-G-H") was well known in the community for his ready smile, strength of character, and his ability to fix just about anything. He was married to his late wife, Alice Lee, for almost 65 years. Send Condolences to www.appealdemocrat.com. Hugh Benjamin Hilliard (1585 - 1637) - Genealogy. Hugh Benjamin McCord 1876-1937 - Ancestry.ca. Roll of Honour: Hugh Benjamin Inglis. The Rowers of Vanity Fair/Cotton HB. Cotton, Hugh Benjamin “Benjie” (Spy), March 15, 1894 The youngest son of the late Lord Justice Cotton, he was born two-and-twenty years ago, went to “Badger” Hale’s House at Eton, and began his aquatic career by steering an Eton Trial Eight to victory.
Then he got promoted to an oar, and rowed in a winning Trial; yet did not row in the Eton Eight. Three and a-half years ago he went to Magdalen, Oxford; and being an Eton boy who was found able to pull a lively oar, he became bow of the Dark Blue Eight two years ago. He kept that place last year, and he will again fill it on Saturday; having in the meantime been improved into the smallest President of a University Boat Club on record. He is a very muscular, good-looking little fellow of five and a-half feet in height, whose proper weight is ten stone.
They call him “Ben” and “Benjie”; and they say that he confidently expects to show Cambridge the way to Mortlake on Saturday. Though lost and dead, you die not here; But hush! ^ G. LONGWORTH, Hugh Benjamin « A Land Fit for Heroes? Hugh Longworth’s story was contributed by State Records Volunteer Arthur Mason.
Five Longworth brothers enlisted in World War One. The other four were George, Archibald, Francis and Walter – all survived the war. George was to become a soldier settler near his brother Hugh on Bulga Plateau Soldier Settlement. The two brothers decided their future on the turn of a penny. ‘Heads or Tails’ decided whether they would return to the John’s River, or take up land as soldier settlers. Hugh and his family did not have an easy time on the Bulga plateau and his situation gradually deteriorated until his arrears amounted to £808.8.3.  He transferred the block to John Christopher Geelan who was also a returned soldier. Hugh Longworth left the property and moved to Wingham to join his family who had been living there for some time.
Footnotes. Meet the Team - MK College. Fola Komolafe joined the Board in January 2011.
She is a currently a partner at Mazars and the Global Lead for International Development. Before joining Mazars, Fola was the Managing Director of Indisys Business Solutions, where she directed a multi-million pound portfolio of award winning programmes across Asia and Africa for the Open University; these programmes were predominantly in education, health, management and business training sectors, transforming the lives of teachers, health workers and children. Fola started Fresh Inspiration, a charity that focuses on empowering people through education and enterprise in developing countries, she is the chair of Into The Community - the charity that oversees the Milton Keynes Foodbank, a director with Milton Keynes Christian Centre and a Board Member of Milton Keynes Community Foundation.