In the fall of 1893, Dr. Henry Searle Gaye (1828-1896) was travelling with his brother-in-law, Willoughby Charles Furnivall, a railway civil engineer and representative of Lord Brassey. During their trip Furnivall was inspecting the condition of various Canadian and American land holdings for Lord Brassey. While In Canada, they stopped off at Indian Head to inspect the Sunbeam and Canadian Alliance Farms.
Although they were in the Bell Farm area, to date there has been no indication that they visited with Major Bell.
Dr Henry Searle Gaye of Newton Abbott photo - The South Devon Hunt: a history of the hunt from its foundation, covering a period of over a hundred years, with incidental reference to neighboring packs : Tozer, Edward J. F.: Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming: Internet Archive
“Winnipeg Daily Tribune” - Oct. 7, 1893 / arrived in town yesterday
SS Germanic passenger list - Sept. 29, 1893 Henry S. Gaye / doctor and Willoughby C. Furnivall / civil engineer
Death of H.S. Gaye - “London Gazette” - Nov. 17, 1896 / H.S. Gaye / Furnivall
Michelle Cabana, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.