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Reverend Kenneth Walker Collection -- George Walker, Page 1

The Rev. Kenneth Walker's great-great-uncle, George Henry Walker, came from England via Australia in the early 1900s to settle at Wilson Creek where he was the postmaster from 1912 to 1928. He sold some of his land in 1927 to the Girl Guides of Canada and then helped the organization build and maintain some of Camp Olave's buildings, trails and the water supply. A portrait of George Walker hangs in the camp's main building. He also worked for a local logging company. He died in 1951 and is buried in St. Hilda's Anglican Church cemetery at Sechelt. His widow returned to Australia.

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date unknown -- Mr. and Mrs. Walker and friends at Wilson Creek

Photo courtesy Rev. Kenneth Walker


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date unknown -- Walker family and friends at Wilson Creek

Photo courtesy Rev. Kenneth Walker


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circa 1912 -- George Walker at Wilson Creek

Photo courtesy Rev. Kenneth Walker


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