|Horace Bolton Smith was born in 1914 to Herbert and Eileen Smith.
Horace succeeded ownership of his fatherís farm.
Along with his wife, Grace (Arthurs) Smith,. Horace became interested in
municipal politics and was chosen by vote to represent
the Parish of Blissville from 1940-1955. Then he was
elected to the N.B. Legislature as a Conservative where
he served from 1970-1987 and for the greater part of
that time was Minister of Municipal Affairs.
The Honorable Horace was a people person and was
interested in all parts of N.B. He also knew about the
house in Farmerston, N. B., once occupied by Dr.
Elizabeth (Smith) Secord (1841-1916) -- the first lady
doctor in New Brunswick
The old Curry House was built in 1900 in Fredericton
Junction, N.B. Later, with the aid of a grant from the
New Brunswick government, arranged by Horace
Smith, the house was bought by the Sunbury West
Horace died in 2001 and his wife, Grace, died about a
year later. They had no children. They are both buried
at St. Lukeís Cemetery, Hoyt, N.B..