MAY 16, 1890 NOVEMBER
John Thomas Funeral Chapel
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, V.I.
Wednesday, November 25, 1981
1:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M.
Western Cemetery #2
We are here today to say our last goodbye to our dearly
Randolph Bradfield, was born and raised on St. Thomas,
V.I., son of John Samuel and Mary Smith of Tortola, B.V.I.
He received his education on St. Thomas, and excelled in
the artistry of carpentry. On April 11, 1911 he enlisted in the
Navy, and sailed on the U.S.R.C. "Algonguin," until his
honorable discharge on May 9, 1914.
From June 1918 to April 1920, he was employed by the
U.S. Marine Corps, and received such commendations as
being a "1st class carpenter" and "his work and conduct
being beyond reproach".
Randolph has built several landmarks, among them are
his own stone houses and Crystal Castle.
He was also an avid cricketer. On Wednesday, November
18, 1981, he met with his untimely death, and now we say a
prayer that he will be in heaven with our Saviour.
RANDOLPH SMITH, JR.
RANDOLPH SMITH, III SHARLEEN SMITH
IRWIN SMITH, JR. LAUREN SMITH
PATRICK SMITH RUDOLPH SMITH
SHELTON SMITH LAVERNE SMITH
ANNIE SMITH RONALD SMITH
SHERILYN SMITH SHAUNA SMITH
FAYE SMITH RAYMOND SMITH
STEPHANIE SMITH JOYCELYN SMITH
CONRAD WARREN SMITH, M.D.
SMITH, COVEY AND PENN FAMILEIS
MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
MR. ARTURO WATLINGTON, SR.
C. WARREN SMITH, M.D., MPH
V.I. ARMY NATIONAL GUARD