Davies, Frederick

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Davies, Frederick

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1876 -1966

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Born Nov. 27, 1876 in England, Frederick Davies moved to British Columbia in 1913. He was a construction contractor who built in Vancouver during the 1920s to the 1950s. His larger building projects included some of Vancouver's more significant churches, e.g., Ryerson United Church, Canadian Memorial Chapel, St. Andrew's Wesley United Church, an addition to Christ Church Cathedral, West Point Grey United Church, St. Mary's Church, and St. John's Shaughnessy. Davies died Mar. 2, 1966.

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British Columbia Registration of Death, Registration # 66-09-003945. Registration was signed by his daughter, Lucy G. Davies, whose estate was the donor of the Frederick Davies fonds.

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