Henry Kendall Smith (1811–1854) was Mayor of the City of Buffalo, New York, serving 1850– He was born on April 2, in St. Croix, Virgin Islands. In 1819, he was sent to Baltimore, Maryland for education and then moved to New York City in Shortly thereafter he moved to Johnstown, New York to study law, opening a practice in In 1833, he moved to Buffalo and began a legal partnership with Israel T. Hatch. He married Miss Voorhees of Johnstown in 1834; she died shortly thereafter and he remarried in June 1848, to Sally Ann Thompson, daughter of ex-Mayor Sheldon Thompson. He was appointed District Attorney for Erie County in December At the outbreak of the Patriot War he was made captain of one of the companies of citizen volunteers. In 1848, he was appointed Postmaster of Buffalo.
SP4 William Henry Smith native of Charlottte, North Carolina was a member of the Army Selective Service and a Draftee, 20 years old and was not married. It was reported that William died from small arms fire or grenade.
[Eagle FM WSCH] - Ison, a Fayette County resident, allegedly shot Roy Napier, his estranged wife Angela, their two grown children and family friend Henry Smith at two homes on Stipps Hill Road near Laurel on September 25. Ison's then girlfriend told police that Ison