Arthur Henry Bradbury (about 1873-1940)

I updated the page on Arthur Henry Bradbury. He was a baker and a grocer who was at 1208 Denman Street from 1905 to 1912.

From 1917 to 1919 he operated the English Bay Tea Rooms at  1200 Denman Street.

He operated the English Bay Bakery, which was at 1204 Denman Street from about 1920 to 1928.

I added illustrations, along with information on his daughter.

George Guy Burton (1857-after 1911)

The Register of Tonbridge School, from 1820 to 1886; edited by W.O. Hughes-Hughes, 1886, page 151 [selected portions], https://archive.org/details/registeroftonbri00tonb/page/151/mode/1up.

 

I updated the page on George Guy Burton. He was a clerk with the Vancouver Gas Company and the proprietor of the Morton Rooms (sometimes called “Morton Lodge”). He lived at 1813 Morton Avenue in 1910 and at 1086 Denman Street in 1911.

I added illustrations and information about members of his family.

Arthur Skelhorne (1885-1949)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1914, Part 2, page 1231.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1914, Part 2, page 1231.

 

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1916, page 900.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1916, page 900.

 

I updated the page on Arthur Skelhorne, who was a mining broker and realtor. He lived at 1920 Pendrell Street in 1914 and at 1919 Beach Avenue from 1916 to 1919.

I updated some of the information on his descendants. Thanks to a relative of the family for pointing out the additional information.

Andrew Garland Lytle (1883-1959)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 651.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 651.

 

I updated the page on Andrew Garland Lytle. He was a merchant and newspaper writer who lived at 1048 Denman Street from 1918 to 1923.

I included a note that his granddaughter, the journalist Christie Blatchford, died in Toronto, Ontario, on February 12, 2020. [See “Dead at 68: Christie Blatchford was a tenacious voice for victims, a thorn to the smug,” National Post, February 12, 2020; https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/rip-christie-blatchford.]