According to information received at the New
Westminster Archives in June of 1991, by Dottie Karr, a descendent of
James Flux, Flux was married on the 10th of June, 1861 to a Miss Sarah
Gill of England. They were married at Holy Trinity Church, New Westminster
by Reverend Sheepshanks. The witnesses were Serjeant Osment RE and Bessie
There will eventually be 4 children from the
union: George John, Elizabeth Sarah, Rebecca, and Louisa.
Sapper Flux's "Final Description on Date of
Discharge" in October 1863, describes him as 5 foot 3 and 1/2 inches
in height; Fresh complexion; Grey eyes; Light Brown hair; with no "Marks
or Scar, whether on face or other parts of body".
When Flux receives his final Discharge, on
the 23rd of October, 1863, Colonel Moody describes his Character as
"Conduct, Very Good".
Flux remains in the Colony upon the disbandment
to Frances Woodward, Flux received Crown Grant, March 7, 1865, for Section
20, Block 5 North, Range 6 West, New Westminster District, 144-acre
Flux is listed as a "servant", 1876-1880.
On December 28th, 1881, Rebecca Flux is married
to David Carr of Rosedale, BC by Reverend Ebenezer Robson of the Methodist
Church, Mary St. They move to live in Rosedale, BC.
On February 13th, 1883,
Elizabeth Flux is married to James Munro of Chilliwack, BC, by reverend E.
Robson of the Methodist Church, Mary St. They move to live at Camp Slough,
George Flux never marries.
In 1887, James Flux is listed
as a bartender in New Westminster.