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Memorable Manitobans: Elizabeth Helen Jundt Gillespie (1907-?)


Born at Winnipeg on 21 June 1907, daughter of Phillip Jundt (1875-1956) and Lina A. A. Feist (1880-1957), she became a teacher and resided at 4-24-6W in the Rural Municipality of Woodlea (1926). She was the Principal of Ashern School (1926-1927) and spent several terms teaching in the Swan River Valley. On 24 February 1934, she married Roy E. Gillespie (?-?, son of William J. Gillespie of Durban) at Buffalo, New York. Her later whereabouts are unknown.


Birth and marriage [Philipp Jundt and Lina A. A. Frist] registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

1926 Canada census, Library and Archives Canada.

School division half-yearly attendance reports (E0757), Archives of Manitoba.

“Marriages during July [By Rev. A. Heinmann ... Philip Jundt to Lina A. Feist],” Winnipeg Tribune, 1 August 1906, page 3.

“Gillespie - Jundt,” Swan Valley Star and Times, 22 March 1934, page 4.

Death notice [Phillip Jundt], Winnipeg Free Press, 16 November 1956, page 27.

Burial transcriptions, Manitoba Genealogical Society.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 2 March 2019

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