Robert Wilson and Ann Sinclair Barlow; Ancestry.ca.
Henderson’s BC Gazetteer and Directory, 1901, page 807.
I added a new page on Robert Wilson. He was an architect and building contractor who lived at 1869 Georgia Street in 1901 and 1902.
Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1915, page 941 [edited image]. Middle name spelled Kingdom.
I added a new page on Eric Kingdon Rowe
. He was an architect who lived at 1919 Beach Avenue
I updated the page on William Tinniswood Dalton, who was an architect and mountain-climbing enthusiast. He lived at 1911 Nelson Street in 1903 and at 1972 Robson Street from 1904 to 1919.
I added a new page on Edward Stanley Mitton. He was an architect who lived at 1224 Denman Street in 1909.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver and North Vancouver Directory, 1909, page 910
According to the 1914 Vancouver Social Register, he was living at Sylvia Court, 1154 Gilford Street in 1914.
I updated the page on John Shaw Helyer, an architect who lived at 944 Denman Street from 1917 to 1919. His most well-known building in Vancouver is the Dominion Trust Building. His other buildings in Vancouver included the Stock Exchange Building and the Metropolitan Building.
John Helyer’s wife, Mary Jane Helyer (née Young) (1866-1937) lived at 944 Denman Street in 1920.
The updated material relates to Mr. Helyer’s work for the yacht-building firm of Field and Company in Southampton. In particular, the sources section now includes links to selected information on Mr. Helyer’s yacht designs, including some illustrations.
Thanks to Leonardo García de Vincentiis for providing the primary source of this material, which is Henry Coleman Folkard’s book called The Sailing Boat, a Treatise on Sailing Boats and Small Yachts.
Thomas Arthur Fee, Who’s Who in Canada, 1928-1929, page 1504.
I added a new page on Thomas Arthur Fee, who was an architect, contractor, and real estate developer. He lived at 1025 Gilford Street from 1908 to 1929.
A Arthur Cox – Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory – 1911 – page 589.
I added a new page on Alfred Arthur Cleaver Cox (often called “Arthur”). He was an architect who lived at 1934 Haro Street in 1919 and 1920.