Lloyd V. Smith is well known in Columbiana County as a progressive young business man. He is engaged in the
automobile business at Homeworth. He was born at New Alexander, Columbiana County, March 10, 1892, the son of Marcellus
and Martha (Hively) Smith.
Marcellus Smith was born at New Alexander, West Township, Columbiana County, in 1869. For a number of years he
was successfully engaged in general farming and now lives retired. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have three children: Earl,
lives at Minerva, Ohio; Olive, lives at Minerva; and Lloyd V., the subject of this sketch.
Lloyd V. Smith attended the public schools of New Alexander after which he engaged in general farming with his
father for several years. He then engaged in the automobile business at Rochester, Ohio, in partnership with his
brother in law, William Wickersham. In 1920 they established their present business at Homeworth, where they are
local agents for the Chevrolet automobile. They do general repair work and have a modern, well equipped garage.
On Aug. 5, 1918, Mr. Smith was united in marriage with Miss Helen Miller, of East Rochester, Ohio, the daughter
of John and Laura Miller, residents of East Rochester, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have a daughter, Elaine, born Aug.
Mr. Smith is a Republican and a member of the Presbyterian Church. He ranks as one of the dependable citizens of
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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