Roy Smith, son of Henry Nelson Smith and Mabel Idelle (Irish) was born in West Brookfield on July 5, 1890 according to his World War I and World War II Draft Registration Cards found at Ancestry.com, and also the record of his marriage to Annie Eliza Dickinson. The record of his birth does not appear in West Brookfield vital records available at Americanancestors.org, but perhaps there is an amended record. His marriage to Annie Eliza Dickinson in Putnam, CT on June 1, 1910 was recorded in Worcester where they both lived and worked. (Worcester Vital records Vol. 596: Page 515) Two children were born of this union - a daughter Arline born March 7, 1911, and a son LeRoy P.,born in March 16, 1915. Roy and Annie divorced probably by 1920, and Roy married Florence (Anger) Holden sometime between 1930 and 1942.
Roy worked in the food and beverage business for many years, managing diners in Worcester, and North Attleboro. He owned the City Line Diner in Worcester in 1942 at the time of his World War II Draft Registration. He died Dec. 13, 1961 in Attleboro, MA and was buried in Hope Cemetery in Worcester.
I would be interested in hearing from anyone who knew Roy, or who might have family photos, or photos of the diners where he worked.