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C. Aubrey Smith
C. Aubrey Smith
21 July 1863 - 20 December 1948
Sir Charles Aubrey Smith, character actor and one-time test cricketer for England. A graduate of Cambridge University in 1885, Smith was thirty when he took to acting, and over fifty before he entered film.
With the advent of sound, Smith began a successful career playing military officers, successful business men, ministers of the cloth and ministers of government. He received the Order of the British Empire in 1938 and was knighted in 1944. He continued to work up to the time of his death.
Worshipful Master 1891
Hova Ecclesia Lodge No. 1466, Brighton, England

William R. Denslow, Ten Thousand Famous Freemasons. 4 vols. 1979. Repr. (ISBN 0-88053-072-3, M664). Macoy Publishing & Masonic Supply Company, Incorporated.

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