|1882 in NSW|
|Lancelot Noel Smith (1845-1931)|
|Gertrude Jane Stuart MacHattie (1848-1889)|
BonnieMary Smith (m.1906 d. 1950)
|Pamela Cecil Smith (1908-1971)|
Mr. Cecil Machattie Smith, aged 44 years, met his death at the Cudal Show. He attended the showground to assist with the cattle pens, and was standing near the entrance of a pen containing three fat bullocks belonging to his brother, Mr. L. T. Smith, when one bullock, in an attempt to escape, rushed the railing. The centre rail bulged out of the socket and struck Mr. Smith on the left side of the face, breaking his jaw and fracturing the base of his skull. When examined by Dr. Edith Herman, of Cudal, he was found to be dead.