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Archibald McLean (1864 - 1881)

ARCHIBALD MCLEAN (OTHERWISE ARCHIE MCLEAN) Outlaw, Renegade, and one of the Wild McLean Boys: He was executed by hanging at New Westminster in British Columbia, Canada, on 31 January 1881 is the so...

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Charles McLean (1863 - 1881)

CHARLES MCLEAN (OTHERWISE CHARLIE MCLEAN) Outlaw, Renegade, and one of the Wild McLean Boys: He was executed by hanging at New Westminster in British Columbia, Canada, on 31 January 1881 is the son...

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Gavin Hamilton (1835 - 1909)

GAVIN HAMILTON (1835-1909) Commissioned Officer of the Hudson's Bay Company: A pioneer among pioneers, and one of the notable factors of the early Hudson Bay days of the province of British Columbia ...

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John Leonard, younger (1856 - d.)

JOHN LEONARD younger (OTHERWISE JOHNNY LAYNARD, JOHNNY LEONARD, OR LEONARD JOHNNY) is one of the people of the confluence: Tk’emlups te Secwepemc John Leonard, younger, is the eldest son o...

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Gabriel Joyal (1871 - 1935)

GABRIEL JOYAL (OTHERWISE GABRIEL JOYEL) is one of the people of the confluence: Tk’emlups te Secwepemc Death of his daughter Josephine Gabriel Joyal reported the death of his daughter Jose...

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Michael Falardeau (c.1805 - c.1851)

MICHAEL FALARDEAU (floruit c. 1805-51) Hudson's Bay Company Servant: Middleman at Fort Vancouver and the Thompson River Post, 1827-40, Boute at the Thompson River Post, 1840-45, Boute and Middleman a...

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Mathilde Kounkounamilrken (1851 - 1948)

MATHILDE KOUNKOUNAMILRKEN is one of the people of the confluence: Tk’emlups te Secwepemc Canadian Federal Census 1881 Mathildie Kounkounamilrken, and her husband, Louis Falardeau, together...

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Louis Falardeau (1836 - d.)

LOUIS FALARDEAU is one of the people of the confluence: Tk’emlups te Secwepemc Louis Falardeau is the son of Michael Falardeau, and his wife, Genie (Otherwise Jenny Lucy). He was born at Kam...

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Catherine Falardeau (1875 - 1937)

CATHERINE FALARDEAU (OTHERWISE CATHERINE KOUNKOUNAMILRKEN) is one of the people of the confluence: Tk’emlups te Secwepemc Catherine Falardeau (Otherwise Catherine KounKounamilrken) is the da...

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Chief Antoine Larue (1904 - 1939)

CHIEF ANTOINE LARUE (OTHERWISE ANTHONY LEREAU, OR ANTHONY LAREAU) Chief of the Kamloops Indian Band, 1932-39 is the son of Adam Larue, and his wife, Jennie Stewart. He was born at the Kamloops Indi...

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Chief Elie Larue (1872 - 1943)

CHIEF ELI LARUE (1872-1943) is one of the people of the confluence: Tk’emlups te Secwepemc Chief Eli Larue is the son of Abraham Larue (Otherwise Brem Larue) and his wife Marie [British Colu...

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Mary Jane Leonard (1845 - 1911)

MARY JANE LEONARD (1845-1911) is the daughter of an Orkneyman named John Leonard, and his First Nation Canadian wife, Alkoh. She was born at Fort George in British Columbia, Canada, on 16 Apr 1845 [B...

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Chief Robert Manuel (1947 - 1998)

CHIEF ROBERT MANUEL (1947-88) Chief of the Neskonlith Indian Band (1977-87); Member of the Executive Council of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs (1976-80); President of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs (19...

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Chief Arthur Manuel (deceased)

CHIEF ARTHUR MANUEL is one of the sons of George Manuel and his wife Marceline Paul [Wikipedia: Arthur Manuel] He is a former chief of the Neskonlith Band in British Columbia, and chairperson of th...

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Vera Ruth Manuel (1950 - 2010)

VERA RUTH MANUEL "Kulilu" (1948-2010) Vancouver-based Secwepemc-Ktunaxa playwright, poet, and storyteller is te daughter of Grand Chief George Manuel, and his wife, Marceline Paul [In Memoriam] T...

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Chief Louis Clexlixqen (c.1834 - 1915)

LOUIS CLEXLIXQEN Otherwise known as Petite Louis, Little Louis, Louis Hi Kleh Kan, Louis Ha-tan-kun, Louis Klick-tick-tun, Louis TlihTlih-en, Louis Gleghleghken (xlexxle'yken) Louis XlExlexkEn, Louis...

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Antoine Lampreau, elder (1823 - 1909)

ANTOINE LAMPREAU elder (OTHERWISE ANTOINE LAMPREAN, ANTOINE LAMPSON, OR ANTOINE LAMPRON) Hudson's Bay Company Employee: Interpreter & Fur Buyer at Kamloops, 1840-70 Antoine Lampreau gave up his p...

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Grand Chief Nicola (1780 - 1865)

NICOLA (OTHERWISE HWISTESMETXE'QEN, OR WALKING GRIZZLY BEAR) Grand Chief of the Okanagan people and Chief of the Nicola Valley peoples, an alliance of Nlaka'pamux and Okanagans and the surviving Nico...

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Antoine Allan (1855 - 1936)

ANTOINE ALLAN (OTHERWISE ANTOINO ALLEN, OR ANTOINE ALLEN) Cowboy is the son of Thomas Allan (Otherwise Thomas Allen). In the Canadian Federal Census of 1881 he is reported to have been of ethnic Fr...

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Anne Saint Paul (1844 - 1914)

ANNE SAINT PAUL (OTHERWISE ANNIE SAINT PAUL) First Nation Woman is the daughter of Saint Paul (Otherwise Jean Baptiste Lolo, or Chief Lolo) She was born in British Columbia in 1844 [British Columbi...

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Alexander Kalelest (1884 - 1964)

ALEXANDER KALELEST (OTHERWISE ALEC KALALIST, ALSO KNOWN AS OLD ANYHOW) Secwepemc Rancher is the son of a cowboy named Antoine Allan, who was employed on the Gang Ranch in British Columbia, Canada...

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Mary Anne Warpotksva (1811 - 1922)

MARY ANNE WARPOTKSVA (OTHERWISE MARY ANN SCHETGUN, MARY ANN SCHELAIN, OR INDIAN MARY) is the daughter of Souvouekett. An obituary published in the Kamloops Standard-Sentinel shortly after her death...

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George McLean, DCM (1875 - 1934)

PRIVATE GEORGE MCLEAN, DCM A Rancher who belonged to the Head of the Lake Indian Band in the Okanagan district of British Columbia. A Canadian WWI War Hero. He was the recipient of the Distinguished ...

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Sir Francis Stillman Barnard, KCMG (1856 - d.)

SIR FRANCIS STILLMAN BARNARD, KCMG Canadian parliamentarian and the tenth Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia is the son of Francis Jones Barnard, and his wife, Ellen Stillman. He was born at T...

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Donald McLean (deceased)

DONALD MCLEAN Hudson's Bay Company Employee, 1833-59, Chief Trader at Kamloops, 1855-59, and Rancher at Hat Creek: He was shot and killed in the Chilcotin Indian Uprising of 1864 is the son of Alex...

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Allan McLean (1855 - 1881)

ALLAN MCLEAN (1855-81) Canadian Outlaw, Renegade, and Leader of the Wild McLean Boys: He was executed by hanging at New Westminster in British Columbia, Canada, on 31 Jauary 1881 Allan McLean is th...

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John McIvor (1832 - 1913)

JOHN MCIVOR Hudson's Bay Company Employee, 1850-60, farmer at Port Hammond, 1860-1913 is not the same person as John McIver although both men appear to have spent some time at Cherry Creek in Briti...

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Constable Charles William Eagle, SAC (1867 - 1908)

CHARLES WILLIAM EAGLE (1867-1908) Trooper in the Canadian Mounted Rifles, and afterwards a Constable in the South African Police Force. He is the son of an English Rancher in British Columbia and a S...

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James Todd (Canadian Settler) (1832 - 1925)

JAMES TOD (CANADIAN SETTLER) (1832-1925) Sometime packer for the Hudson's Bay Company in British Columbia and his family established a ranch south-east of Kamloops, British Columbia. He and Lewis C...

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Forbes George Vernon (1843 - 1911)

FORBES GEORGE VERNON (1843-1911) Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Canadian province of British Columbia 1875-82, and 1886-94, representing the riding of Yale The short biographical account...

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Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie MP (1819 - 1894)

SIR MATTHEW BAILLIE BEGBIE (1819-94) Chief Justice of British Columbia is the son of Major Thomas Stirling Begbie, and his wife, Mary Hamilton. He is reported to have been born on 9 May 1819 [Wikip...

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Lewis Campbell, Pioneer Rancher in British Columbia (1831 - 1910)

LEWIS CAMPBELL (1831-1910) Pioneer Rancher and Settler in British Columbia was a pioneer rancher in the Kamloops, area of western Canada. He and James Todd were the first settlers in what is now Ba...

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John Leonard, elder (1811 - 1868)

JOHN LEONARD elder (OTHERWISE JOHN LENNARD, JOHN LINNIARD, JOHN LINNART, JOHN LINNEARD, JOHN LENNIARD, OR J. BAPTISTE LANOR) Hudson's Bay Company Servant, 1834-59, Settler at Kamloops in British Co...

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Myrven John Spearman MP (1914 - 1954)

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William Frederick Foster MP (1925 - 1980)

parents William Foster and Mary Elizabeth Casbott were adoptive parents. Biological parentage remains unknown (altho it is under investigation).

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Adam Pinkney Heffley (1830 - 1872)

ADAM PINKNEY HEFFLEY (1830-72) was an American gold prospector, packer, pioneer rancher, and horse breeder, in British Columbia, during the third quarter of the nineteeth century. It was the Cariboo ...

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Sarah Ann Jackman (1839 - 1917)

Sarah Ann Jackman (Lovegrove) Sarah Ann Lovegrove was born in Gray's Inn Road, St. Pancras, Camden Town,London on 16th December 1839. Her parents were John Lovegrove and Mary nee Beard. Sarah left ...

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Amelia Sara Murchison (1870 - 1956)

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Anne Ellen Jackman (1872 - c.1872)

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Joseph Henry Curtis (1876 - d.)

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Benjamin Daniel Switzer (c.1880 - c.1966)

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Louisa Caroline Curtis "Aunt Lou"(Switzer) (c.1879 - c.1950)

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Ruth MacDonald (c.1919 - c.1962)

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Gilbert "Dick" Richard Philip Lawrence (1887 - d.)

According to 1930 census he was a dairy truck driver and had a son John R Lawrance with wife Helen Lawrance. Also living with them was his mother in law Della Mendoca 51, (colour me) Div. born Californ...

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Harry Gordon Gerrard (1887 - 1964)

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Emily "Jen" Jane Gerrard (1890 - 1981)

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Edith Amelia Switzer (1895 - 1944)

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Philip Jackman (1864 - 1922)

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John Richard Jackman (1867 - 1949)

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Alexander Murchison (1863 - 1944)

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Cecil Ione Lloyd (c.1894 - 1981)

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Evelyn Jean Lloyd (1920 - 1971)

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George Stanley Lloyd MP (1892 - 1981)

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Philip Jackman, "The Last Engineer" MP (1835 - 1927)

Sappers Philip Jackman Park, Langley Article plus pictures of Alexander Bridge 1958 Article

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Roland Arthur Chute (1877 - 1959)

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