Andimaul Station

Andimaul, British Columbia, Canada

Andimaul Station

A Flag Station on the GTPR
158 mi from Rupert

Latitude- 55º 6' N,
Longitude- 127º 57' W

Elevation- 659 ft above sea level

1588.1 miles from Winnipeg

Located at the entrance to Kitwancool Valley,
Telegraph Station,
18 mi west of Hazelton.
5 miles from Kitwanga, the nearest Post office

Native reserve at this location, pop 75 in 1916.
Native Village located 1 mile from station

1915

D. Rankin was at Andimaul, agent for BC Nurseries Co Ltd.
He was manager of the sawmill at Andimaul, ca Oct 1913

1916

M. E. Smith- GTP Section Foreman
D. Rankin - Operated a fairly large sawmill here.
Miss J. Halpenny- Salvation Army Officer
Miss V. Leake
M. Paulsen- fisherman

1921

- 2 families shown here:

-Emil Michael Smith
b- ca 1886, age 35 in 1921 in Galicia
CNR Section Foreman
Immigrated in 1907
Kathleen Pearl Smith
b- ca 1897, age 24, in 1921 in Galicia
Immigrated in 1907
Mary Smith
b- ca 1914, age 7 in 1921 in AB
Helen Smith
b- ca 1915, age 6, in 1921, in BC
son- Francis Smith
b-ca 1919, age 2 in 1921 in BC
James Hilary Smith
b- ca 1920, age 1 in 1921 in BC

-Arthur Wilkinson
b- ca 1873, age 48 in 1921, in England
Immigrated in 1908
CNR Section Hand

1926

Mrs. C. H. Mould was at Andimaul

1927

Jan 22, 1927- Henry Frank and Mrs Mary Rae Hatten were married in Hazelton, both residents of Andimaul

NOT my web pages Links may or may not work in the future

Andimaul Forestry Lookout
http://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/view-from-andimaul-forest-lookout-n-shot-3



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