Written as, Hjalmar Dalgren on the death certificate, but I think that possibly his real name would be Hjalmar Dahlgren.
Born on the 23rd of April 1880 in Sweden; he died at Essondale, on the 5th of July 1917 home there would have been in the West Lawn building The certificate states that he was married, worked as an engineer, and lived in Vancouver, and that he was in the hospital since the 14th of August 1913
Cause of death: general paresis and a cerebral haemorrhage signed off by Dr. A.L. Crease
Final resting place is in a cemetery in New Westminster, probably Fraser cemetery.
This fellow has proved elusive cannot find a definitive reference to him anywhere, or his wife, whom I assume later remarried, and his family name is frequently misspelled or has many variations in spelling applied to it.
Here is a small sample of the Dahlgr*/ Dalgr* found in the 1912 Directory
North Vancouver: Helmer Dahlgreen, laborer ( probably the best fit to Hjalmar )
Vancouver: John Dahlgren, laborer 1810 Powell
Knut Dahlgreen, blacksmith room at 745 Dunsmuir
Possibly a close relative : August Dahlgren ( 1874 – 1947 ) numerous references to this fellow in the Chilliwack newspaper
NOTE: This is a classic example of the death certificates not providing much information, and the records office at the hospital doing a poor job of documenting the information, and in turn the Births, Deaths, Marriages department of the Province, not asking for more information.