Henderson’s City of Vancouver Directory, 1905, page 355.
I updated the page on David MacKay, who was a conductor for the Canadian Pacific Railway. He lived at 1888 Georgia Street in 1905.
I added illustrations and information on members of his family
Vancouver Sun, February 12, 1952, page 7, column 3.
I updated the page on Grace Viola Lewis, who was the widow of Arthur Henry Lewis.
She lived at 1800 Nelson Street in 1914 and 1915 and at 1034 Denman Street from 1916 to 1919.
I added illustrations, along with information on members of her family.
I updated the page on Duncan Robert Campbell. He was an assistant general manager and general superintendent of Canadian Northern Railways.
From 1917 to 1919, he lived at 1958 Barclay Street.
I added information on his later life and on his death in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1952.
I updated the page on Albert Joseph Cerles, who lived at 996 Denman Street in 1914.
He was a clerk for the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1914, but more often he was a proprietor of a series of hotels in Vancouver.
I added brief information on his later life in Victoria, British Columbia.
I updated the page on Charles Edward Buckley, who was the chief accountant for Mackenzie Mann and Company, a firm of railway builders in western Canada.
He also worked as an accountant for other railway companies.
He lived at 1985 Beach Avenue in 1914.
I added illustrations and information on his daughter, Evelyn Hood Buckley, who was married to the well-known film producer, Lew Parry.
I updated the page on Elizabeth (“Lilly”) W. Duchesnay. She was the widow of Charles-Edmond Juchereau Duchesnay (1854-1901), who was an engineer and assistant general superintendent for the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia. Lilly lived at 1973 Haro Street from 1906 to 1916.
I added newspaper extracts and other information relating to her move to England in 1930 and her death in London, England in 1935.
Henderson’s City of Vancouver Directory, 1907, page 641.
I added a new page on Alfred Thomas Mitchell, who was a clerk with the Canadian Pacific Railway. He lived at 1878 Alberni Street in 1907.