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  1. Smith (known to his friends as Robin, and more widely as “RA”) was born in Kelso on 14 May 1909, the elder of two sons of George J T Smith, a tailor, and his wife, Elisabeth (née Allan), a ladies’ dressmaker. His education was initially at local village schools, followed by Kelso High School.

    • 16 May 1909
    • 16 May 1980 (aged 71)
  2. Robert James Smith (born 21 April 1959) is an English singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. He is best known as the lead singer, guitarist, primary songwriter, and only continuous member of the rock band The Cure, which he co-founded in 1978.

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    Acting

    1. Robert Wilton Smith (1881–1957), known as Robb Wilton, English comedian and comic actor 2. Robert Smith (American actor)(1912–2001), American actor 3. Robert Grant Smith (1914–2001), actor after whom the R.G. Smith Awardis named 4. Robert O. Smith(1942–2010), American voice actor 5. Robert Smith (Canadian actor)(1966–2020), Canadian actor and voice actor

    Music

    1. Robert Archibald Smith(1780–1829), Scottish composer, wrote arrangement for "A Red, Red Rose" 2. Robert Bache Smith(1875–1951), American librettist and lyricist 3. Robert Curtis Smith(1930–2010), Piedmont blues singer, guitarist and songwriter 4. Bobby Smith (rhythm and blues singer)(1936–2013), lead singer of the (Detroit) Spinners 5. Robert Weston Smith(1938–1995), American disc jockey, better known as Wolfman Jack 6. Bob Smith (1942–1991), founder, singer, keyboards and drums for Cat Mo...

    Writing

    1. Robert Paul Smith(1915–1977), American writer 2. Robert W. Smith (writer)(1926–2011), American martial artist and historian 3. Robert Kimmel Smith(1930–2020), American children's author 4. Bob Smith (born 1941), American author (Hamlet's Dresser) 5. Robert Rowland Smith(born 1965), British lecturer and writer on philosophy, literature, and psychoanalysis 6. Rob Magnuson Smith, British-American novelist, short story writer, and university lecturer

    Australia

    1. Robert Murray Smith(1831–1921), politician in colonial Victoria and Agent-General for Victoria (Australia) 2. Robert Burdett Smith(1837–1895), solicitor and politician in colonial New South Wales 3. Robert Harrison Smith(1848–1911), member of both the Queensland Legislative Council and the Queensland Legislative Assembly 4. Bob Rowland Smith(1925–2012), National member of the New South Wales Legislative Council 5. Bob Smith (Australian politician)(born 1948), Labor member of the Victorian...

    Canada

    1. Robert Smith (Ontario politician)(1819–1900), Canadian Member of Parliament for Peel, Ontario 2. Robert Smith (judge)(1858–1942), Canadian Member of Parliament for Stormont, Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada 3. Robert Smith (Newfoundland politician)(1879–1972), Newfoundland politician and merchant 4. Robert Smith (British Columbia politician), Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Canadian province of British Columbia, 1871–1878 5. Robert Knowlton Smith(1887–1973), Canadian Member...

    United Kingdom

    1. Robert Smith (MP for Wycombe), Member of Parliament (MP) for Wycombe 2. Robert Smith (MP for Derby) in 1420 and 1421, MP for Derby 3. Robert Smith (MP for Devizes)(fl. 1414–1421), English politician 4. Robert Smith (fl. 1545), MP for Carlisle 5. Robert Smith, 1st Baron Carrington(1752–1838), British Member of Parliament 6. Robert Percy Smith(1770–1845), British lawyer and Member of Parliament 7. Robert Vernon, 1st Baron Lyveden(1800–1873), known as Robert Vernon Smith until 1859, British L...

    American football

    1. Bob Smith (defensive back, born 1925)(1925–2002), American football defensive back 2. Bob Smith (fullback)(1929–2005), American football fullback 3. Bob Smith (halfback)(born 1933), American football halfback 4. Bobby Smith (safety)(born 1938), American football defensive back 5. Bob Smith (American football coach)(born 1940), college football coach 6. Bobby Smith (running back)(born 1942), American football running back 7. Bob Smith (defensive back, born 1945), American football defensive...

    Association football

    1. Robert Smith (footballer, born 1848)(1848–1914), Scottish international footballer 2. Robert Smith (Darwen footballer), English footballer for Darwen in the 1890s 3. Bobby Smith (footballer, born 1870), played one game for Stoke 4. Bobby Smith (footballer, born 1900s), Scottish footballer 5. Robert Smith (footballer, born 1912), English football player and manager of Ajax Amsterdam 6. Bob Smith (footballer)(born 1923), English professional footballer 7. Bobby Smith (footballer, born 1933)(...

    Australian rules football

    1. Bob Smith (Australian footballer, born 1877)(1877–1939), Australian rules footballer for Fitzroy 2. Bob Smith (Australian footballer, born 1906)(1906–1987), Australian rules footballer for North Melbourne 3. Rob Smith (Australian footballer)(1951–2013), Australian rules footballer for North Melbourne

  6. Jan 29, 1998 · Robert Smith was serving a 38 year sentence for Battery at the Wabash Correctional Institution in Sullivan County, Indiana. Smith and fellow inmate, Lunsford, stabbed to death another inmate, Michael Wedmore. Wedmore was serving a 60 year sentence for murdering his girlfriends 2 year old child. Smith had stabbed...

    • Michigan City, Indiana
    • 3 Mar 1950Indiana, USA
    • Indiana, USA
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  7. At the time of his death Robert Alan Authur was married to Jane Wetherell Aurthur, a former television producer; they had one daughter, Kate Aurthur, who as of 2020 was an editor at Variety. Death. Aurthur died of lung cancer in New York City, aged 56, in 1978. In 2009, his former wife, Bea Arthur, would die of the same disease, aged 86.

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