Wollaston, F.H., b. 1858

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Wollaston, F.H., b. 1858

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Born in England, F.H. Wollaston was a prospector resident in Victoria, B.C. Together with his partner, C.H. Arundel, Wollaston conducted mining exploration in southern British Columbia and the Nootka region of northern Vancouver Island between 1897 and 1899. They staked numerous claims, the most productive of which was the Nickel Plate Mine at Hedley, B.C. Wollaston later began a holly and bulb farm in Victoria.

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