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Allison (family)

  • 374
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The Allison family were pioneer ranchers in the Similkameen Valley of B.C.

Anderson (family)

  • 389
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The Anderson family lived in Sandon, B.C.

Annandale (family)

  • 403
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The Annandale family, whose descendants lived in Victoria, were paper manufacturers in England.

Baird (family)

  • 432
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The Baird family lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Ball (family)

  • 436
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The Ball family ran the Diamond B Guest Ranch at Telegraph Creek, B.C. George and his daughter Georgiana were also involved in mining and business activities.

Barkley (family)

  • 448
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The Barkley family were farmers in the Westholme and Chemainus area of Vancouver Island.

Barnard (family)

  • 451
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Francis Jones Barnard (1829-1889) arrived in B.C. in 1859 and established the Barnard Express transportation company. His son, Francis Stillman Barnard (1856-1936), worked in the family business and expanded his business interests to lumber, brewing and electrical utilities. He served as Lieutenant-Governor of B.C. from 1914 to 1918 and died in Victoria.

Bayliff (family)

  • 460
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The Bayliff family owned the Chilancoh Ranch near Redstone in the Chilcotin. The ranch was started by Hugh Peel Lane Bayliff who began the ranch in 1888. The ranch passed to his son and then to his grandson.

Beanlands (family)

  • 464
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Canon A.J. Beanlands and family lived in Victoria, B.C.

Beeman (family)

  • 476
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Samuel Beeman was a Hudson's Bay Company clerk based in Victoria, B.C.

Bilow (family)

  • 499
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The Bilow family were residents of North Bend, B.C. R.J. Bilow was Justice of the Peace and served as Secretary of the North Bend School Board.

Birch (family)

  • 502
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The Birch family was based in England. In 1864 Arthur Nonus Birch accepted the post as colonial secretary to British Columbia, which he held until 1866. He married Josephine Watt-Russell in 1873, after he had left British Columbia.

Bishop (family)

  • 505
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R.G. Bishop worked for the federal and provincial governments on telegraph systems.

Borradaile (family)

  • 534
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The Borradaile family lived on Mayne Island and in Victoria, B.C.

Boyd (family)

  • 546
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The Boyd family owned Cottonwood House and Cold Spring House, roadside hotels along the Cariboo Wagon Road.

Brandvold (family)

  • 550
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Emil and Ottar Brandvold and Joan Gambioli (nee Mathews) were Vancouver residents who developed Diamond Head Chalet, the first ski lodge in Garibaldi Park.

Browning (family)

  • 633
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The Browning family lived at Britannia Beach, B.C.

Burr (family)

  • 651
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The Burr family were farmers in Ladner (now Delta, B.C.).

Burrell (family)

  • 653
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The Burrell family were residents of Victoria. Frank Burrell was a manager for Pemberton and Sons, a local real estate firm.

Calder (family)

  • 667
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The Calder family lived in Victoria, B.C.

Cambie (family)

  • 671
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The Cambie family lived on Vancouver Island.

Cameron (family)

  • 672
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The Cameron family were residents of Victoria, B.C.

Chamberlain (family)

  • 741
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The Chamberlain family lived in Nova Scotia in the 1780s, and descendants moved to Victoria, B.C.

Chambers (family)

  • 745
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Theodore Gervase Sandeman Chambers (1897-1989) was married to Lilian Therese Victoria Chambers (1897-1986). They were proprietors of the Forbidden Plateau Lodge, near Courtenay, B.C., in the 1940s and 1950s.

Church (family)

  • 768
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H.E. Church emigrated from England to Canada in 1886. He and his family homesteaded on Sheep Creek, farmed at Comox, and ranched at Church Ranch, Big Creek, B.C.

Claudet (family)

  • 784
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Francis George Claudet was born in London in 1837, the son of early daguerreotypist Antoine Claudet. After receiving his education in metallurgy, Claudet moved to New Westminster in 1860 to become a government assayer. He married Frances Fleury in 1863, and remained in New Westminster until 1873. Returning to England, he worked with various chemical and metallurgical firms until his death in 1906. One of Claudet's sons, Frederick George Claudet (1866-1946) was a miner in Australia and British Columbia and another, Henry Hayman Claudet (1874-1954) was the family historian.

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