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John Smith (c. 1735 – July 30, 1824) was one of the first two U.S. Senators from the state of Ohio. He reluctantly resigned from the Senate under charges of alleged complicity in the Burr conspiracy. Little is known of his early life. There are conflicting reports on the location of his birth, with some sources saying he was born in Virginia, and others saying Hamilton County, Ohio (which did not exist until 1803); the identity of his parents are unknown. He prepared for the ministry, and was pastor of the Baptist Church at Columbia, Miami Purchase, Northwest Territory, during the 1790s and then began a profitable business supplying military posts near Cincinnati, Ohio.

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  • John Smith (* um 1735 in Virginia; † 30. Juli 1824 in St. Francisville, Louisiana) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker der Demokratisch-Republikanischen Partei. Von 1803 bis 1808 saß er für den Bundesstaat Ohio im US-Senat.
  • John Smith (c. 1735 – July 30, 1824) was one of the first two U.S. Senators from the state of Ohio. He reluctantly resigned from the Senate under charges of alleged complicity in the Burr conspiracy. Little is known of his early life. There are conflicting reports on the location of his birth, with some sources saying he was born in Virginia, and others saying Hamilton County, Ohio (which did not exist until 1803); the identity of his parents are unknown. He prepared for the ministry, and was pastor of the Baptist Church at Columbia, Miami Purchase, Northwest Territory, during the 1790s and then began a profitable business supplying military posts near Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Ami proche du président américain Thomas Jefferson, John Smith (1735 – 1824) fut l'un des deux premiers sénateurs, au début du XIXe siècle de l'état de l'Ohio, poste dont il dut démissionner après avoir été accusé de complicité dans un complot. Le 31 décembre 1807, un comité sénatorial présidé par l'ex-président américain John Quincy Adams recommande son éviction du Sénat et il n'échappe à ce sort que par une voix lors du vote, puis démissionne le 25 avril, fait faillite et s'installe à St. Francisville (Louisiane), où il décèdera en 1824.
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