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DeBeck family papers

The DeBeck family were residents of Victoria, B.C. Edwin Keary DeBeck was Clerk of the Legislative Assembly of B.C. (1949-1973).

The records consist of personal correspondence, notes, reminiscences by Edwin DeBeck and his relatives; essays on Indians of the British Columbia coast.

Photographs transferred to Visual Records, accession 198206-100. Published material transferred to BC Archives Library, see box 2, file 16.

Related records in 198202-19; 198202-42; 197909-10

DeBeck, Edwin Keary "Ned"

Register of births, deaths, and marriages

  • GR-2001
  • Series
  • 1872-1897

Register of births, deaths, and marriages.

British Columbia. Registrar General of Titles. District Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. Lillooet

Record book

  • GR-2896
  • Series
  • 1888 - 1894

Record book of cases heard at Lillooet, Soda Creek, Quesnel and Richfield, 1888-1894. The volume also contains Supreme Court cases, 1888-1892, and a case from the Kootenay County Court (Kimpton vs. Kirkpatrick), 1894.

British Columbia. County Court (Cariboo)

That They Might Have Life : an autobiography by the late Reverend Stanley E. Higgs / edited by G. Bramwell

The item consists of an edited typescript called "That They Might Have Life: an autobiography by the late Reverend Stanley E. Higgs". It contains an account of his life from his education at St. Augustine's College, Canterbury (1923-1927), his journey to, and missionary work at Lytton, (1928-1933) and his later postings at Clinton (1933- 1935), Quesnel (1935-1937) and Lytton (1937-1941), to when he joined the Canadian Army as chaplain in 1941.

Map of Pacific Great Eastern Railway : Fort George to Vancouver

Item consists of a published map and profile on a single sheet, mounted on linen and in a folio cover, showing the route of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway from Fort George to Vancouverr. The map and profile are revised to 1922. The verso bears the stamp of F.C. [Frederick Coate] Wade, who was appointed Agent General for British Columbia in London in 1918.

[Pacific Great Eastern Railway inaugural run, August 1956]

Special event coverage. Chronicles the August 28-30, 1956, inauguration of through-service on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway between North Vancouver and Prince George. Premier W.A.C. Bennett and other dignitaries ride the three inaugural trains, which are eagerly greeted by the residents of towns along the route. A rockslide at Mile 18 on Howe Sound delays the journey until a bulldozer clears the tracks. At Williams Lake station, a mock frontier lynching is staged for the entertainment of the premier and his party. Following footage of the arrival in Prince George, the film also shows progress on northward expansion of the PGE line (including bridge and grade construction), and ends with shots of oil rigs in the Peace River Region.


  • GR-1007
  • Series
  • 1955

This series contains petitions from land owners in Lillooet regarding the Lillooet Hospital Improvement District for incorporation under the Water Act [R.S.B.C., 1948, c.361, s.50], for the purpose of planning, constructing and operating a hospital. For additional correspondence, see files 0221083 and 0208807.

British Columbia. Water Rights Branch

Lillooet County Court plaint and procedure books

  • GR-0569
  • Series
  • 1861-1977

This series consists of plaint and procedure books for the County Court held at Lillooet, 1861-1977. Also includes record book from Magistrate's Court at Lillooet, 1893-1902; and proceedings of Small Debts Court, Lillooet, 1893-1902. The plaint and procedure books cover primarily civil cases, as well as naturalization records up to 1953, appeals, mechanic’s liens, woodmen's liens, and some criminal cases. The last two volumes include some probate/estate administration cases.

British Columbia. County Court (Lillooet)

Provincial Police charge book

  • GR-0422
  • Series
  • 1913-1914

This series consists a of Provincial Police charge book covering the Lillooet area, 1913-1914.

British Columbia. Provincial Police Force (Lillooet)

Lands records

  • GR-0767
  • Series
  • 1858-1863

This series consists of land records from the Colony of British Columbia Lands and Works Department, 1858-1863. Most records are related to the sale of town lots at Langley, 1858-1859, and New Westminster, 1860-1862, including records of exchanges of lots at Langley for lots at New Westminster. The series also include various other land records related to New Westminster, Douglas, Hope, Yale, Lytton and Lillooet, including pre-emptions, lot registers, accounts for sales of town and suburban lots, and lists of deeds issued.

British Columbia (Colony). Lands and Works Dept.

Clinton County Court Plaint and procedure books

  • GR-0568
  • Series
  • 1867-1913

Plaint and procedure books for County Court of Lillooet, 1867-1874, including cases heard at Clinton, 1867-1895. Also include one Registrar's record book for County Court of Lillooet at Clinton, 1895-1910.

British Columbia. County Court (Clinton)

Debt attachment book

  • GR-2839
  • Series
  • 1901-1917

Debt attachment book.

British Columbia. County Court (Lillooet)

Lillooet Provincial Police Court record books

  • GR-3949
  • Series
  • 1938-1951

This series consists of two volumes of Lillooet Provincial Police Court and Magistrate's Court record books. Volume 1 includes dates January 1938 to December 1947. Volume 2 includes January 1948 to September 1951. The books list date, prosecutor, defendant, charge, costs, fines, arresting office, presiding magistrate or judge, and remarks such as plea. Additional records may be pasted into the volume.

British Columbia. Provincial Court (Lillooet)

Lillooet Meteorological registers

  • GR-3961
  • Series
  • 1880-1883

This series consists of four volumes of Dominion of Canada registers of rain, snow, weather, miscellaneous phenomena and extreme temperature. Each volume covers a year from 1880 to 1883. The registers were created by the Meteorological Office of Canada and cover Lillooet.

Canada. Meteorological Office

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