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Aitken, Mark

  • E0078
  • Person

Mark Aitken is an Esquimalt resident with a strong interest in heritage issues. His home was the first heritage home to receive municipal designation. Mr. Aitken has served on the Esquimalt Heritage Advisory Committee, Hallmark Society Board, etc.

Allen, Margaret

  • E0048
  • Person
  • 1927-2020

Margaret Allen (McCulloch) was born on Mar. 20, 1927 in Saskatoon. Married June 26, 1947 to William S. Allen and had 3 children. Mrs. Alllen volunteered for many causes. These included serving in the Tuck Shop at Sunset Lodge, canvassing for the Salvation Army, working with the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary - first at the Esquimalt Branch #172 and later at Trafalgar/Pro Pats Branch #292, regularly helping in the Tuck Shop at Broadmead Lodge and at the veterans' birthday parties at Broadmead.

Antonsen, Mike

  • E0110
  • Person

Mike Antonsen is an electrician who grew up and continued to reside in Esquimalt.

Argyle, Frances Hodgson

  • E0079
  • Person
  • 1914-[?]

Frances Argyle was born in Esquimalt and married George Argyle in 1942. They had three sons. Frances Argyle worked at David Spencers and Eatons and her husband owned a garage in Esquimalt.

Bailey family

  • E0025
  • Family

Thomas Bailey and his wife, Isabella Dougla Bailey (nee Appleton), lived in Esquimalt. Thomas was chartered accountant and Isabella was a Sunday school teacher at Esquimalt United church. Thomas's father, Fred Bailey, worked as a timekeeper in the Dockyards. Thomas and Isabella's daughter, D.J. Bailey, married into the Munro family. Her husband was an electrician and she became a teacher at Bank St. Elementary. They had 4 children: Lynne, Bruce, Robert, John.

Banfield, Ida

  • E0018
  • Person
  • 1907-

Ida Banfield (nee McAllister) was born in Seattle, Washington, and came to Victoria in 1919, settling in Esquimalt in 1922 where her father operated a confectionery. Ida McAllister married George Banfield of the Royal Canadian Navy in 1934 and they had four children. Ida Banfield was a life member of the Kiwaniannes. Lived at 474 Crittle St., 611 Pioneer St. & many rented homes. Now at 847 Carrie Rd.

Baugh-Allen, Gwylm

  • E0178
  • Person

Gwylm Baugh-Allen was born in Chilliwack, B.C., in 1890 and moved to Victoria in 1908 when his father, the Rev. Wilmot Baugh-Allen, was called to serve Christ Church Cathedral, and then St. Paul's Naval Church in Esquimalt, B.C. Gwylm Baugh-Allen was educated in Victoria and was called to the bar in 1917. He eventually became senior partner in the law firm of Jackson, Baugh-Allen and Ross. Gwilym Baugh-Allen died in 1980.

Beckett, Betty

  • E0103
  • Person

Betty Beckett was a resident of Victoria, B.C. Her grandparents, William and Annie Monteith, lived at 712 Lampson St. Her father, Roger, was also raised here.

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