Here are the entries you requested from the 1909 Argosy Directory. I have transcribed them exactly as they appear. Hopefully, some of this information helps! Best Rgds, Donna
CONYERS, Dr. James H: Resident Surgeon, Public Hospital, New Amsterdam; ed. Queen's College; first Guiana Scholar 1882; champion lawn tennis player in the colony.
CONYERS, Frank Albuoys: Manager, British Guiana Bank (Robb Street, Robbstown), born Georgetown, ed. Queen's College, entered BG Bank as junior clerk; appointed Manager in 1904; used to be one of the best rifle shots in the colony.
CRAIGEN, William: Retired planter; formerly Superintendent, Orphan Asylum; at one time was largely interested in sugar in connection with Plns. Cornelia Ida, Vergenoegen, Philadelphia, Henrietta, Aurora, and Hoff-van-Aurich; was a member of the Court of Policy.
DAVSON, Edward Rae: Sugar Estate Proprietor; son of Sir Henry Katz Davson, Deputy Chairman, West India Committee; partner in London firm of H.K. Davson & Co., Director of S. Davson & Co., Ltd., Berbice, the Blairmont Sugar Plantation, Ltd., the Guiana Gold Co., Ltd., and the West Indian Produce Association, Ltd.; contributor to "Empire Review" and other publications more especially on Imperial questions; has visited the interior of the colony on several occasions, and keeps in close touch with the affairs of the colony which he visits often.
FOWLER, Frank: Commissioner of Lands and Mines; Assistant Clerk, P.W. Department, February 1878; 3rd clerk, January 1881; 2nd clerk, April 1884; 1st clerk and draughtsman, Government Lands Department, November 1884; 3rd Government Surveyor, May 1886; Senior Government Surveyor, April 1896; appointed J.P. November 1900; Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Mines, 1st April 1902; Commissioner of Lands and Mines, 1st April 1903.
GARNETT, Hon. George: Of Garnett & Co., Merchants; b. at Seaforth, Lancashire, February 2, 1859; ed. Wellington Col., Berks; was trained for five years in firm of Brown, Shipley & Co., Liverpool; later became partner in firms of Alex. Garnett & Co., Liverpool, and Garnett & Co., Georgetown; chairman of local Directorate of Demerara Railway; Chairman of B.G. Mutual; Deputy Chairman of Sproston's, Ltd.; 1891, F.R. for Demerara; 1901, M.C.P. for City of Georgetown; 1906, M.C.P., Senior member, ditto; oldest member of the Central Board of Health, now Local Government Board; very largely interested in the balata and rice industries.
GARNETT, George Russell: Representative of Messrs. Curtis, Campbell & Co., ed. at Marlborough, England; son of the late Henry Tinne Garnett; director B.G. Bank, and of the B.G. Mutual Fire Insurance Co.; sat on the Hospital Commission, 1907; honorary correspondent to "West India Committee Circular".
JARDINE, Douglas Kennedy: Manager, "The Daily Chronicle"; ed. Queen's College, B. Guiana, and at Owen's College, Manchester; trained as an Analytical Chemist, but on the death of his father, Mr. C.K. Jardine, he took over the management of the business of "The Daily Chronicle"in 1902, being one of the attorneys of the estate.
KING, Joseph Arthur: Crown Solicitor; Copyist, Registrar's Office, Jan. 1878; acting 3rd Assistant Sworn Clerk, March 1882; 4the Assistant Sworn Clerk, Oct. 1882; 2nd ditto, July 1883; passed examination for certificate as Sworn Clerk and Notary Public, June 1885; now Crown Solicitor.
McCOWAN, James Corner: Chief Clerk, New Colonial Company; b. St. Vincent, W.I. Dec. 22, 1863; ed. Queen's College, B. Guiana; 1878, junior clerk, Irving MacArthur & Co. (afterwards Bell Irving & Co.); October 1879, junior Clerk, New Colonial Company where he worked his way steadily up to his present position; Secretary, Planters' Association; corresponding member, "West India Committee Circular".
PAIRANDEAU, Jules: Representative of Messrs. Thom and Cameron, ed. Roman Catholic Grammar School, Queen's College and in Martinique; first entered business in office of the late Mr. H. Ledoux; Hon. Secretary of Georgetown Chamber of Commerce; director of G. Bettencourt & Co., Ltd.
QUICK, Rev. Frederick Louis: 1907, rector of S. Swithin's; S. Boniface Coll., and S. Augustine's Coll., Canterbury; 1884, deacon; 1885, priest; missionary curate, Pomeroon; 1886, missionary to the Potaro and contiguous rivers; 1891, curate of All Saints' New Amsterdam; 1892-4, Superintendent, Corentyne river missions; 1902, special mission to the Pomeroon; rector of S. John's Essequebo; 1904, special mission to the Rupununi savannah; 1905 special mission to Holmia, upper Potaro; 1908, priest in charge, S. Augustine's, Dora.
QUICK, Rev. Thomas Edwin: 1901, Incumbent of S. Joseph's, Port Mourant; S. Boniface Coll., and S. Augustine's Coll., 1890; deacon; priest; 1890, missionary, Potaro and interior; 1891-1901, first missionary at Morawhanna.
SLOMAN, Rev. Ernest Canon: B, Farnham, Surrey, 1854; ed. Epsom College, Surrey, St. Edward Hall, Oxford, Leeds Clergy School; 1870, 2nd Prefect of Epsom College, 1st Eleven, 1st Fifteen; 1875, Eight St. Edward's Hall, Honours in Moderations (Classics) and Finals (Theology); 1878, ordained at St. Paul's Cathedral; Curate of S. Hackney; 1878, ordained Priest; 1883, Curate of Christ Church, Georgetown; 1884, Principal of Belair Training School; 1889, Rector of St. Patrick's; 1889, Rural Dean of Berbice; 1906, Canon of Cathedral.
SPENCE, R.O.H.: Chief Clerk, Department of Lands and Mines; ed. Queen's College of B. Guiana; clerical assistant, Public Works Department, 16th August 1886; acting 2nd clerk, August 1889; acting 3rd class clerk, Treasury, January 1890; Government Officer, Land Department, April 1890; clerk, do. May 1890; Secretary Bartica Commissioners, June 1891 to May 1893; Warden, November 1896; obtained certificate as Sworn Land Surveyor, June 1898; chief clerk, Department of Lands and Mines.
WISHART, Dr. William DeWeever: Municipal Health Officer, ed. at Queen's College; Guiana Scholar; Edinburgh University; graduated M.B., C.M.