Living with his brother William’s family in the 1921 census for Armstrong, British Columbia.
At the time he married Isabella, he was listed as a farmer living in Armstrong, British Columbia. Witnesses were Emma Hendrickson and Katherine A. Stott, both of Enderby. They were married at the Reverend John W. Stott’s residence.
At the time of his wife’s death (1932), he was a “labourer - odd jobs”.
By the time of his own death in 1951, he waw a Fuel dealer, which he had been doing since around 1944, and he was living in White Rock (for 2 years) at the time. He commited suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning in his car, in a gravel pit near Surrey.