Robert and Henry Pratt
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Robert Pratt (1870–1935) settled in Barnhartvale in 1890; in 1894 his brother (1863–1943) acquired adjoining crown land south of Robert.
Robert married Helena Todd, daughter of James Todd.
By the early 1900s Robert Pratt had a highly successful farm with a large apple orchard. Pratt was among the first in the Interior of British Columbia to sell apples commercially, winning a gold medal in 1911 at the International Agricultural Fair in England.
- Balf, Mary, "Kamloops: A History of the District Up To 1914, Kamloops Museum Archives, Kamloops, 1969, pp. 123–127
-  N379, The Todds and Pratts of Barnhartvale
- Stewart, John, Robert Pratt and Family, The Kamloops Daily News, Friday, December 18, 1987
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