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Henderson, Stanley

  • 1295
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Stanley Henderson was born in Kingston and worked on a sealing schooner in 1891.

Henderson, William, 1837-1931

  • 1297
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William Henderson was the Dominion Government Resident Architect for B.C. and the Yukon Territories.

Hendry, Kate

  • 1298
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Kate Hendry travelled from Omaha to Bella Coola where she lived for two years in the 1880s.

Henly, David

  • 1299
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David Henly was a collector from Nelson, B.C.

Henry, Arthur, 1876-1946

  • 1300
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Arthur Henry emigrated to B.C. in 1911 and from 1913 to 1914 he worked as a carpenter at South Wellington Mine. In 1914 he preempted a lot in the Sayward district. He served in the army from 1915-1917, partly in England, returning with his family to Sayward in 1920.

Henry, Eagle Lake, 1886-1968

  • 1301
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Eagle Lake Henry was a cattle rancher at Tatlayoko Lake, B.C, who was also a guide and a miner.

Herne, Thomas Webster

  • 1306
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Thomas Webster Herne was government agent at Prince George (1911-1923) and at Prince Rupert (1923-1924).

Hesse, Jurgen Joachim

  • 1308
  • Person

Jurgen Hesse is a radio broadcaster based in Vancouver. He died on 2008-07-30.

Hetherington, Mary

  • 1309
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Mary Hetherington was a fundraiser and amateur actress.

Hicks, Roger

  • 1311
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Roger Hicks was a doctor who worked as a labourer and practiced medicine.

Bennett, Ron

  • 13117
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Ron Bennett was an amateur film enthusiast in Victoria during the 1950s and 1960s.

Orchard, Imbert, 1909-1991

  • 13135
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Imbert Orchard was born Robert Henslow Orchard and was educated in England. He pursued a career in theatre in Ontario and later taught drama at the University of Alberta. In 1955, he came to B.C., where he was hired by CBC Vancouver as a regional script editor for television. He also began producing documentary history programs for CBC Radio. His first series, "Living Memory", aired from 1961 to 1964. It was followed by the Centennial series "From the Mountains to the Sea" (1967) and the long-running "People in Landscape' (1968-1972). In 1972, Orchard left the CBC to join the Communications Studies Department at Simon Fraser University. In the 1970s and early 1980s, he was closely associated with the Aural History Programme (later the Sound and Moving Image Division) at the Provincial Archives of British Columbia. He researched and wrote three books, and produced four sound programs, for the archives' Sound Heritage Series.

Hilton, Arthur M., b. 1872

  • 1314
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Arthur Hilton was the office manager for the Comox Logging and Railway Company.

Chapman, Chuck

  • 13167
  • Person
  • 1911-2002

Charles Winston Chapman, usually known as “Chuck” Chapman, was a Victoria-born athlete. He played with the Victoria Dominoes and with the Canadian basketball team at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, which won the silver medal in that event.

Chapman, Art

  • 13168
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  • 1912-1986

Arthur St. Clair Chapman, usually known as “Art” Chapman, was a Victoria-born athlete. He played with the Victoria Dominoes and with the Canadian basketball team at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, which won the silver medal in that event.

Hobson, H.B.

  • 1318
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H.B. Hobson worked at the Cariboo Hydraulic Mine.

Hodgson, Kenneth A., 1922-

  • 1319
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Kenneth A. Hodgson worked for the B.C. Electric Railway Company and B.C. Transit in the Maintenance Department at Oakridge Transit Depot, from 1944 to 1973. He was also a railroading enthusiast and amateur filmmaker.

Hodson, D.W., b. 1879

  • 1320
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D.W. Hodson was a logger and farmer near Brentwood, B.C.

Hodson, Ivy, b. 1885

  • 1322
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Frederick and Ivy Hodson were orchardists in the Shuswap district of B.C.

Holland, A.H.

  • 1324
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A.H. Holland was a land surveyor based in Vancouver.

Holmes, A.T.

  • 1326
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A.T. Holmes was a midshipman on the HMS Victory, Cameleon, Himalaya and Duke of Wellington.

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