Office closed- Mar 23, 1957
|Name of Postmaster||Date of Appointment||Date of Vacancy||Cause of Vacancy|
|Mrs Henrietta Prins||1943-07-12||Acting||-|
|Mrs Henrietta Prins||1943-07-28||1957-01-22||Resignation, closed|
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b- Aug 30, 1866 in Minety Wiltshire, England
d- Oct 16, 1946 Bulkey Valley District Hospital, Smithers BC, age 80
buried in Smithers Cemetery
Immigrated in 1886 (1896?)
He was in BC for 50 years before he died
1901 shown as a Packer, age 34
1911 shown in Pleasant Valley, South Bulkley, Farmer, age 45
son of Richard Barrett, b- in England (first name John?)
and Rose Pitt
Charles married age 46
Charles married Helen Lehrman, Mar 3, 1919 in Vancouver BC
b- Woodstock ON
she was living in Chilliwack when they married
daughter of Charles Lehrman and Louise Bolse
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