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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Ninth Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1896-1899)

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The Assembly was elected on 15 January 1896.

Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

6 February 1896

16 April 1896

 

2

11 February 1897

16 April 1897

 

3

10 March 1898

27 April 1898

 

4

16 March 1899

21 July 1899

16 November 1899

The following persons were elected:

Thomas Greenway
Thomas Greenway

(Premier)

Finlay McNaughton Young
Finlay McNaughton Young

(Speaker)

Elias George Conklin
Elias George Conklin

(Clerk)

John McDougall
John McDougall

(Sergeant-at-Arms)


Charles Adams
Charles Adams

(Brandon City)

Theodore Arthur Burrows
Theodore Arthur Burrows

(Dauphin)

John Donald Cameron
John Donald Cameron

(Winnipeg South)

Archibald McIntyre Campbell
Archibald McIntyre Campbell

(Souris)

Watson Montgomery Crosby
Watson Montgomery Crosby

(Dennis)

Thomas Dickie
Thomas Dickie

(Avondale)

Alfred Doig
Alfred Doig

(Cypress)

Thomas Duncan
Thomas Duncan

(Morden)

James Fisher
James Fisher

(Russell)

Frank Oliver Fowler
Frank Oliver Fowler

(Brandon South)

Alexander Cumming Fraser
Alexander Cumming Fraser

(North Brandon, by-election December 1896)

Herbert Clement Graham
Herbert Clement Graham

(Brandon South)

Thomas Greenway
Thomas Greenway

(Mountain)

John Hettle
John Hettle

(Turtle Mountain)

Samuel Jacob Jackson
Samuel Jacob Jackson

(Rockwood)

James Johnson
James Johnson

(Turtle Mountain)

Sigtryggur Jónasson
Sigtryggur Jónasson

(St. Andrews)

William James Kennedy
William James Kennedy

(Dennis)

Jean Baptiste Lauzon
Jean Baptiste Lauzon

(St. Boniface, by-election February 1897)

Roger Marion
Roger Marion

(Carillon)

David Henry McFadden
David Henry McFadden

(Emerson)

John Donald McIntosh
John Donald McIntosh

(Manitou)

Peter Campbell McIntyre
Peter Campbell McIntyre

(Winnipeg North)

James McKenzie
James McKenzie

(Lakeside)

Daniel Hunter McMillan
Daniel Hunter McMillan

(Winnipeg Centre)

David McNaught
David McNaught

(Saskatchewan)

Charles Julius Mickle
Charles Julius Mickle

(Birtle)

Thomas Lewis Morton
Thomas Lewis Morton

(Westbourne)

Stewart Mulvey
Stewart Mulvey

(Morris)

Robert Hill Myers
Robert Hill Myers

(Minnedosa)

Tobias Crawford Norris
Tobias Crawford Norris

(Lansdowne)

Theophile Pare
Théophile Paré

(LaVerendrye)

James Riddell
James Riddell

(Lorne)

James Emile Pierre Prendergast
James Emile Pierre Prendergast

(St. Boniface)

Rodmond Palen Roblin
Rodmond Palen Roblin

(Woodlands)

George Rogers
George Rogers

(Norfolk)

William Flowers Sirett
William Flowers Sirett

(Beautiful Plains)

Clifford Sifton
Clifford Sifton

(North Brandon)

Thomas Henry Smith
Thomas Henry Smith

(Springfield)

Hector Sutherland
Hector Sutherland

(Kildonan)

Robert Watson
Robert Watson

(Portage la Prairie)

Enoch Winkler
Enoch Winkler

(Rosenfeldt)


Valentine Winkler

(Rhineland)

Charles Alexander Young
Charles Alexander Young

(Deloraine)

Finlay M. Young
Finlay M. Young

(Killarney)

 

 

 

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1896)

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 8 December 2018

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