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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Fifth Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1883-1886)

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Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

17 May 1883

7 July 1883

 

2

13 March 1884

3 June 1884

 

3

19 March 1885

2 May 1885

 

4

4 March 1886

28 May 1886

11 November 1886

 

John Norquay
John Norquay

(Premier)

Alexander Murray
Alexander Murray

(Speaker)

Thomas Spence
Thomas Spence

(Clerk)

Charles A. Sadleir
Charles A. Sadleir

(Clerk)

John McDougall
John McDougall

(Sergeant-at-Arms)

 

 

 


John Beresford Allan
John Beresford Allan

(St. Clements)

John Hedley Bell
John Hedley Bell

(Springfield)

Corydon Partlow Brown
Corydon Partlow Brown

(Westbourne)

Frederick Ernest Burnham
Frederick Ernest Burnham

(Emerson)

Elias George Conklin
Elias George Conklin

(Winnipeg North)

William Crawford
William Crawford

(High Bluff & Poplar Point)

Joseph Ernest Cyr
Joseph Ernest Cyr

(St. Agathe, byelection 1883)

John Andrew Davidson
John Andrew Davidson

(Dauphin)

Charles Stanford Douglas
Charles Stanford Douglas

(Emerson, byelection 1883)

Edward Lewis Fairbanks
Edward Lewis Fairbanks

(Baie St. Paul)

Edward Francis Gigot
Edward Francis Gigot

(St. Francois Xavier)

Maxime Goulet
Maxime Goulet

(LaVerendrye)

Thomas Greenway
Thomas Greenway

(Mountain)

Charles Edward Hamilton
Charles Edward Hamilton

(Winnipeg South)

Charles Hay
Charles Hay

(Norfolk)

Samuel Jacob Jackson
Samuel Jacob Jackson

(Rockwood)

Albert Clements Killam
Albert Clements Killam

(Winnipeg South)

Alexander Kittson
Alexander Kittson

(St. Agathe)

Alphonse Alfred Clement LaRiviere
Alphonse Alfred Clement LaRiviere

(St. Boniface)

Edward Phillip Leacock
Edward Phillip Leacock

(Birtle)

Joseph Lecomte
Joseph Lecomte

(Cartier)

John Macbeth
John Macbeth

(Kildonan, byelection 1884)

Joseph Martin
Joseph Martin

(Portage la Prairie)

Isaiah Mawhinney
Isaiah Mawhinney

(Burnside)

James Andrew Miller
James Andrew Miller

(Rat Portage, Varennes)

Alexander Murray
Alexander Murray

(Assiniboia)

John Norquay
John Norquay

(St. Andrews)

James Emile Pierre Prendergast
James Emile Pierre Prendergast

(LaVerendrye, byelection 1885)

Alexander MacBeth Sutherland
Alexander MacBeth Sutherland

(Kildonan)

Henry James Tennant
Henry James Tennant

(Morris)

William Wagner
William Wagner

(Woodlands)

David Henry Wilson
David Henry Wilson

(Dufferin North)

William Winram
William Winram

(Dufferin South)

Joseph Edward Woodworth
Joseph Edward Woodworth

(Brandon)

Finlay McNaughton Young
Finlay McNaughton Young

(Turtle Mountain)

 

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 September 2014

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