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This is a family portrait of Julie's grandfather, his 2 brothers and parents, Judge Smith and his wife, Hattie. Standing (left to right): Harold [1893-1975], Charles [1899-1956]. Sitting (left to right): Hattie Collins Smith [1872-1941], Walter [1902-1974] and Judge David Francis Smith [1865-1916]. This picture was taken December 27, 1915.

This is Hattie (Julie's great-grandmother) and the Honorable David F. Smith (Julie's great-grandfather). Hattie's great-great-grandfather, Sergeant John Curtis, was a member of Captain Jacob Gould's Company - Samuel Johnson's Regiment which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775. [Lexington - Concord Alarm of April 19, 1775]. Hattie was a proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.)

Hattie and Judge Smith were married in 1892 in Boston. Afterwards they moved to Kalispell, Montana. Judge Smith served two terms as judge of the eleventh district and in 1904 was a strong candidate for the office of chief justice of Montana but was defeated by a narrow margin.

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