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Manitoba Municipalities: East St. Paul

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This municipality was named for the parish church at Middlechurch.

Present Status

Rural Municipality of East St. Paul (3 November 1915)

Incorporation History

Subdivision of Rural Municipality of St. Paul

Adjoining Municipalities

St. Clements, Springfield, West St. Paul, Winnipeg

Land Area (square km)

42.10

Population

Year

Total

1921

667

1931

815

1941

1055

1951

1321

1956

1504

1961

1982

1966

2299

1971

2616

1976

3369

1981

3596

1986

4385

1991

5820

1996

6437

2001

7677

2006

8733

2011

9046

Reeves

Term

Reeve

1916-1917

Austin Edward Sperring (1868-1958)

1918-1925

William J. Dawson

1926

H. J. Pritchard

1927-1929

John Arthur Henderson

1929-1930

Sven Ivar Julias Klintberg (1889-1944)

1930

Ferdinand Frank Kroegel (1871-1947) - Acting

1930-1953

Austin Edward Sperring (1868-1958)

1954-1957

John A. Ormiston

1958-1961

S. Kaminski

1962-1963

W. Swistun

1964-1967

N. C. Jackson

1968-1975

Gordon Scott

1976-1986

Philip Rebeck

1987-1992

Donald J. Melnyk

1993-2005

Philip Rebeck

2006-2014

Lawrence Morris

2015-?

Shelley Hart

Memorable Manitobans

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Historic Sites

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History Books

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Maps

Sources

“Austin Sperring elected Reeve of East St. Paul,” Winnipeg Free Press, 1 March 1930, page 8.

“Austin Sperring elected Reeve of East St. Paul,” Winnipeg Tribune, 1 March 1930, page 16.

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 8 February 2015

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