David Tresselt Sandison (1867-1948)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 806.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1918, page 806.

I added a new page on David Tresselt Sandison, who was a cannery manager. He lived at 885 Chilco Street in 1918.

Thomas Adam Sandison was David’s brother. Thomas was an assistant cannery manager from 1919 until he died in 1939. From 1918 to 1939, he lived at the same addresses as David.

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Richard Bell-Irving (1888-1962)

Richard Bell-Irving, detail from Officers of the 29th Battalion C.E.F. on the steps of the Industrial Building at Hastings Park, Vancouver City Archives, AM336-S3-2-: CVA 677-898; http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/officers-of-29th-battalion-c-e-f-on-steps-of-industrial-building-at-hastings-park

Richard Bell-Irving, detail from Officers of the 29th Battalion C.E.F. on the steps of the Industrial Building at Hastings Park, Vancouver City Archives, AM336-S3-2-: CVA 677-898; http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/officers-of-29th-battalion-c-e-f-on-steps-of-industrial-building-at-hastings-park

I updated the page on Richard Bell-Irving. He was the sales manager for the Anglo-British Columbia Packing Company, and later the president of H. Bell-Irving and Company Ltd. He lived at 1847 Barclay Street from 1920 to 1938.

Frank Burnett (1852-1930)

Frank Burnett, detail from Commissioners and Pilots of Vancouver Pilotage District 1879 – 1916, Vancouver City Archives, LP 348, http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/commissioners-and-pilots-of-vancouver-pilotage-district-1879-1916

Frank Burnett, detail from Commissioners and Pilots of Vancouver Pilotage District 1879 – 1916, Vancouver City Archives, LP 348, http://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/commissioners-and-pilots-of-vancouver-pilotage-district-1879-1916

I added a new page on Frank Burnett, Senior (1852-1930). He was a businessman, explorer, and author.

Frank Burnett (Senior) lived at 1846 Haro Street from 1903 to 1907, and in 1909.

Frank Burnett (Junior) lived at 1877 Comox Street from 1911 to 1913.