McDonald, John M.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 662.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 662.

John McDonald lived at 2029 Pendrell Street in 1918.

In 1917, a “J.M. McDonald,” who was living at 2029 Pendrell Street, received a new license numbered 12952. The license was for a King automobile.

 

“New Motor Car Licenses Issued,” Vancouver Sun, December 2, 1917, page 18, column 4.

 

B.C. Motors Ltd. [Granville and 15th], dealers for Premier, Lexington and King 8 cars and Federal and Denby Trucks, February 1918; Vancouver City Archives CVA 99-5159; https://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/b-c-motors-ltd-granville-and-15th.

In 1918, he transferred the license to Robert J. McLean, a miner who lived at 1220 East 13th Avenue.

 

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1919, page 690.

 

A History of British Columbia License Plates; http://www.bcpl8s.ca/; British Columbia Vehicle Registration Information Nos. 12,794 – 15,243 (1917 to 1920); BC Archives File No. GR-0665 / Volume 24; page 23; http://www.bcpl8s.ca/PDFs/GR0665/Volume-24/12948-12954.pdf.

 

No further information is available for John McDonald.