Fitzsimmons, Jimmy

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Fitzsimmons, Jimmy

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fl. 1916

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A prospector who use horses to carry dynamite and supplies up to his mining claims. The back of photograph P89_0982 Philip claims he was "son of mine owner", [Bob Fitzsimmons?].

[The following information may relate to Jimmy Fitzsimmons, but there is no proven link. In the 1891 census a James Fitzsimmons (b about 1864) was living in Naniamo with his wife Catherine (nee Norris) (b about 1872). He was born in the USA to Irish parents. She was born in Wales. They were married on the 2 April 1890. In the 1901 census they were living in Burrard and his occupation is listed as a minor. They have 3 children: Gladys N (b 10 Mar 1891 ), Arieta (b 1 Jul 1893) and James A (b 7 Jul 1897). In the Henderson's British Columbia Gazetteer and Directory and Mining Companies for 1900-1901 James is listed as attached to "Garrison & Fitzsimmons", presumably his mining company.] <sup>1</sup>

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Whistler Reflections, p. 10; P89_0982 Philip
<sup>1</sup>found on Ancestry.ca from census records, the marraige index and the Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s

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