John Smith

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John Smith is a common personal name. It is also commonly used as a placeholder name and pseudonym, and is sometimes used in the United States and the United Kingdom as a term for an average person. It may refer to:

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In chronological order.

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Crime[edit]

  • John Smith (housebreaker) (1661–after 1727), London housebreaker who evaded hanging thrice and was eventually transported to Virginia
  • John Smith (died 1835) (1795–1835), one of the last two Englishmen who were hanged for sodomy in 1835
  • John Eldon Smith (1930–1983), convicted of the murders of Ronald and Juanita Akins
  • John Smith (murderer) (born 1951), American convicted murderer who killed his first and second wives

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