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Manitoba Municipalities: Birtle (RM)

Link to:
Mayors/Reeves | Sec-Treasurers | Councillors | Historic Sites | Sources

Link to nearby municipalities:
Birtle (Town) | Foxwarren

Birtle was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 22 December 1883.

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1884-1886

James S. Crerar

1886-1888

John Dunlop

1889-1890

William Watt

1891-1894

Fred W. Huehnichen

1895

John Dunlop

1896-1900

Fred W. Huehnichen

1901-1902

George Porter

1903

Thomas Bowen

1904-1907

Fred W. Huehnichen

1908-1910

Edward Graham

1911-1927

Andrew Doig

1928

A. A. Saunders

1929-1935

Andrew Doig

1936-1965

Alfred O. Webb (?-?)

1966-1970

Richard P. Butler

1971-1986

J. Cromar Ashcroft

1987-1998

Jack F. Stewart

1999-2009?

Roger Wilson

Historic Sites:

Bayfield Cairn

Buckleyville School No. 1435

Burdette School No. 163

Dowsford School No. 190

Dunstan School No. 379

Ekford School No. 1135

Foxwarren Cemetery

Foxwarren Consolidated School No. 525

Foxwarren Museum (Foxwarren)

Foxwarren War Memorial (Foxwarren)

Lansburne School No. 806

Moresby School No. 910

Mount Joy School No. 378

Oxford School No. 257

Rothesay School No. 350

Rothesay School No. 350

Solsgirth Consolidated School No. 462

Solsgirth Pioneers Cairn (Solsgirth)

Sources:

A View of the Birdtail: A History of the Municipality of Birtle, the Town of Birtle, and the Villages of Foxwarren and Solsgirth 1878-1974. History Committee of the Municipality of Birtle, 1974. Manitoba Legislative Library, F5648.B57.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 26 August 2013

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