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Manitoba Municipalities: St. Andrews

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

Link to nearby municipalities:
Armstrong | East St. Paul | Gimli | Rockwood | St. Clements | West St. Paul

St. Andrews was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 14 February 1880.

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1880-1887

?

1888-1889

Thomas Norquay (1843-1892)

1890

E. B. Kett

1891

?

1892

John James Bird (1844-1933)

1893-1894

Charles Johnston

1895

E. B. Kett

1896-1898

Charles Johnston

1899-1901

E. B. Kett

1902-1903

Charles Johnston

1904

?

1905-1906

G. T. Sutherland

1907-1908

Charles Johnston

1909-1914

Richard Sanders

1915

Isaac Cook

1916

F. J. Chapple

1917-1936

Free Larter

1937-1945

C. E. Fillmore

1946-1947

Thomas Praznik

1948-1951

Ernest Setter

1952-1957

John Donohoe

1958-1975

John Zelych

1976-1989

Peter Duchek

1990-1992

Albert Ostermann

1993-1998

Martin Zelych

1999-2009?

Don Forfar

Historic Sites:

Anderson Church and Cemetery

Clandeboye United Church

Indian Treaty No. 1 Plaque

Captain William Kennedy House

Clandeboye School No. 47

Cloverdale School No. 577

Dunara United Cemetery

Earl Grey School No. 1527

Firth House (546 River Road)

Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Cemetery

Little Britain United Church

Lockport School No. 6

Lower Fort Garry

Mapleton St. Clement’s Anglican Cemetery

Norwood School No. 642

Overwater Barn

Parkdale School No. 1927

Petersfield School No. 533

Prout School No. 1821

St. Andrew’s Anglican Church

St. Andrews Camere Curtain Dam

St. Andrew’s Rectory

St. Clement’s Anglican Church

St. George’s Wakefield Anglican Church and Cemetery

St. Louis Cabin

St. Matthew’s Anglican Church and Cemetery

St. Peter’s Dynevor Anglican Church Rectory

St. William’s Cemetery

Selkirk War Memorial

Summerscales House (1168 River Road North)

Twin Oaks (Miss Davis’ School Residence)

Wildlife Biologists Commemorative Cairn

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 21 November 2013

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