I say, Johnny, do you remember the names of the fellows who
assisted him (on the Thames City), thought they could act a bit?
I think some of the names were Sinnett, Turnbull, Benney,
Franklin, Derham, Eaton, Alliott, Hazel (Matilda), Launders, Mead,
and Dick Wolfenden. Dick sometimes used to take a lady's
yes, Hughie, fancy white-haired old Colonel Wolfenden, as we know
him now, acting the part of 'Lydia' in 'Done on Both Sides.'
But they say he was then a nice, slim, modest young fellow, and
that he was always a 'ladies' man. "
October 13th, 1909
government civil servants 1878
1 (ground), Elwyn, Farwell, Provost, Pooley, McKenzie, Young,
Row 2, Mason, Prior, Jessop, Williams, Swanson
3, Richards, Gore, Wolfenden, Berkley, Austin, Murry.
Call Number A-06531
- received Crown Grant, April
6, 1867 for Lot 39 group 2 New Westminster District, 150-acre
- Gardener for The Moody
Family in Camp.
- In charge of the RE printing
- 1863-1911, Superintendent,
Government printing Office New Westminster and later Victoria.
- 1864 - 1868 served in New
Westminster Volunteer Rifles
- 1874 - 1886 served in
British Columbia Brigade Garisson Artillery (later the 5th
- Retired as Lieutent-Colonel.
9 children by his first wife, Kate Cooley, who died 28 July 1878,
at the age of 39...
||and 3 by
second wife, Felicite Caroline Bayley, whom he married
Sept 12, 1879 in Nanaimo, British Columbia. She died May
31, 1943, in Victoria, BC.
Wolfenden died October 5, 1911, at age 75, in Victoria, British
daughter, Madge, retired as Assistant Provincial archivist, 1953.
Corporal, Wolfenden's Regimental Pay per Diem would have been 2s.
2 1/2d. plus Working Pay per Diem of 1s. to 4s.