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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Seventh Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1888-1892)

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Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

28 August 1888

16 October 1888

 

2

8 November 1888

5 March 1889

 

3

30 January 1890

31 March 1890

 

4

26 February 1891

28 April 1891

 

5

10 March 1892

20 April 1892

27 June 1892

 

Thomas Greenway
Thomas Greenway

(Premier)

William Winram
William Winram

(Speaker, 1888-1891)

Samuel Jacob Jackson
Samuel Jacob Jackson

(Speaker, 1891-1892)

Charles A. Sadleir
Charles A. Sadleir

(Clerk, 1888-1890)

Elias George Conklin
Elias George Conklin

(Clerk, 1890-1892)

John McDougall
John McDougall

(Sergeant-at-Arms)

 

 


John Donald Cameron
John Donald Cameron

(Winnipeg South, byelection January 1892)

Archibald McIntyre Campbell
Archibald McIntyre Campbell

(Souris)

Isaac Campbell
Isaac Campbell

(Winnipeg South)

Frederick William Colcleugh
Frederick William Colcleugh

(St. Andrews)

John Crawford
John Crawford

(Beautiful Plains)

Edward Dickson
Edward Dickson

(Lansdowne)

James Fisher
James Fisher

(Russell)

Thomas Fraser Gelley
Thomas Fraser Gelley

(Cartier)

John Daniel Gillies
John Daniel Gillies

(Minnedosa)

Herbert Clement Graham
Herbert Clement Graham

(Brandon South)

Thomas Greenway
Thomas Greenway

(Mountain)

James Harrower
James Harrower

(Shoal Lake)

John Hettle
John Hettle

(Turtle Mountain)

James Huston
James Huston

(Manitou, byelection January 1892)

Samuel Jacob Jackson
Samuel Jacob Jackson

(Rockwood)

Martin Jerome
Martin Jerome

(Carillon)

Lyman M. Jones
Lyman M. Jones

(Winnipeg North)

William Lagimodiere
William Lagimodiere

(La Verendrye)

Alexander Lawrence
Alexander Lawrence

(Morden)

Roger Marion
Roger Marion

(St. Boniface)

Alphonse Fortunat Martin
Alphonse Fortunat Martin

(Morris)

Joseph Martin
Joseph Martin

(Portage la Prairie)

Kenneth McKenzie
Kenneth McKenzie

(Lakeside)

Daniel McLean
Daniel McLean

(Dennis)

Daniel Hunter McMillan
Daniel Hunter McMillan

(Winnipeg Centre)

Charles Julius Mickle
Charles Julius Mickle

(Birtle)

Thomas Lewis Morton
Thomas Lewis Morton

(Westbourne)

John Norquay
John Norquay

(Kildonan)

Thomas Norquay
Thomas Norquay

(Kildonan, byelection February 1890)

Robert George O'Malley
Robert George O'Malley

(Lorne)

James Emile Pierre Prendergast
James Emile Pierre Prendergast

(Woodlands)

Rodmond Palen Roblin
Rodmond Palen Roblin

(Dufferin)

Clifford Sifton
Clifford Sifton

(Brandon North)

James Allan Smart
James Allan Smart

(Brandon City)

Thomas Henry Smith
Thomas Henry Smith

(Springfield)

James Thomson
James Thomson

(Emerson)

Samuel Jacob Thompson
Samuel Jacob Thompson

(Norfolk)

Enoch Winkler
Enoch Winkler

(Rosenfeldt)

William Winram
William Winram

(Manitou)

Ernest Jameson Wood
Ernest Jameson Wood

(Cypress)

Finlay McNaughton Young
Finlay McMaughton Young

(Killarney)

 

 

 

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1888)

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 3 October 2018

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