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Manitoba Municipalities: Neepawa

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Link to nearby municipalities:
Langford | Rosedale

Neepawa was incorporated as a Town on 23 November 1883.

Mayors:

Term

Mayor

1884-1887

Jonathan Joseph Hamilton (1850-1928)

1888-1891

B. R. Hamilton

1892

Jonathan Joseph Hamilton (1850-1928)

1893-1894

J. A. Clare

1895-1899

John Andrew Davidson (1852-1903)

1900-1903

James Henry Howden (1860-1938)

1904

John Brown

1905

E. J. Harrison

1906-1907

James Henry Howden (1860-1938)

1908

Jonathan Joseph Hamilton (1850-1928)

1909-1911

William H. Gossell

1912

Jonathan Joseph Hamilton (1850-1928)

1913

Robert Hezekiah Fusee (1864-1960)

1914-1916

John Brown

1917-1921

J. L. McKay

1922

John Hall (1862-1930)

1923

Jack A. Davidson

1923-1924

John Hall (1862-1930)

1925

Thomas Gerow Murphy (1883-1971)

1926-1927

George V. Stonehouse

1928

Thomas Gerow Murphy (1883-1971)

1929-1931

William G. Pollock

1932-1933

Robert Hezekiah Fusee (1864-1960)

1934-1947

William G. Pollock

1948-1952

Dr. Paul Cleave

1953

D. E. R. Ewer

1954-1959

William Whitmore (1908-1998)

1960-1967

George Rey

1968-1974

Harry B. Smith

1975-1977

Robert L. Hurrell

1978-1981

Gary R. McElmon

1982-1992

Homer Gill

1993-1998

Roy McGillivray

1999-2001

Ken Waddell

2002-2010

Robert Durston

2011

Ronald Forsman

2012-?

Ken Waddell

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Neepawa.

Sources:

“John Hall only nominee to Neepawa mayoralty,” Manitoba Free Press, 21 July 1923, page 30.

Neepawa: Land of Plenty, 1883-1983 by Neepawa History Book Committee, 1983.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 9 February 2014

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