Reginald Symes (1881-1948)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1912, Part 2, page 1236.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, 1912, Part 2, page 1236.

I added a new page on Reginald Symes. He was a lawyer who lived at 1950 Haro Street in 1913 and 1914.

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Robert Reid Maitland (1855-1921)

R.R. Maitland, Vancouver Sun, April 12, 1921, page 5, column 2.

R.R. Maitland, Vancouver Sun, April 12, 1921, page 5, column 2.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, Part 1, 1911, page 915.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver Directory, Part 1, 1911, page 915.

I added a new page on Robert Reid Maitland. He was a clergyman, real estate broker and lawyer who lived at 2030 Haro Street from 1911 to 1921.

His son, Royal Lethington (“Pat”) Maitland, was a lawyer who lived at 2042 Pendrell Street from 1915 to 1917 and at 2036 Haro Street from 1919 to 1923.

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1915, page 826 [edited image].

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1915, page 826 [edited image].

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1919, page 703 [edited image].

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1919, page 703 [edited image].

Donald Greenfield Macdonell (1849-1916)

Henderson’s City of Vancouver Directory, 1907, page 614.

Henderson’s City of Vancouver Directory, 1907, page 614.

I added a new page on Donald Greenfield Macdonell. He was a lawyer who lived at 1906 Nelson Street from 1907 to 1916.

He was also a breeder of dogs.

D.G. Macdonell and Spot’s [sic] Rip Rap, The Field Trials of 1908-1909, by A. F. Hochwalt, The Amateur Sportsman, July 1909, page 13; http://strideaway.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Hochwalt_Field-Trials-1908-09.pdf. [Note: the article refers to D.G. Macdonell as “the judge,” although Donald was not actually a judge.]

D.G. Macdonell and Spot’s [sic] Rip Rap, The Field Trials of 1908-1909, by A. F. Hochwalt, The Amateur Sportsman, July 1909, page 13; http://strideaway.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Hochwalt_Field-Trials-1908-09.pdf. [Note: the article refers to D.G. Macdonell as “the judge,” although Donald was not actually a judge.]