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An article in British Columbia History notes "then in 1925 Lord and Lady Fawkes moved to Mayne Island buying a 35 acre waterfront property with a fine building built by Warburton Pike." They renamed the building Culzean, after Lady Fawkes' childhood home in Scotland.
He also exhibited with the Island Arts and Crafts Society between 1924 and 1931.
He died on Mayne Island in 1931 at the age of 82, according to B.C. Vital Statistics on-line.
|1928 September 3 - 8||Provincial Exhibition Eighth Annual Salon||Active Pass from Culzean, Mayne Island|
B.C. Vital Statistics on-line database
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"The Agricultural Hall on Mayne Island" by Jennifer Iredale
British Columbia History, Vol. 49 No. 1 Spring 2016 issue
Includes references to Fawkes.
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