Manitoba Historical Society
Search
MHS website:
 


Past Lane
News


Upcoming
Events


LG Award
Nominations


War
Memorials
in Manitoba


Manitoba
History

No. 76


Digitized
Local History
Books


Memorable
Manitobans


Historic Sites
of Manitoba


Questions on
Manitoba
History

Memorable Manitobans: Barry Peill Strickland (1923-1968)

Real estate and insurance agent, MLA (1958-1959), MLA (1959-1962), MLA (1963-1966).

Born on 20 October 1923 at Hamiota, Manitoba, son of Peill Strickland and Myrtle M. Hanna, he was educated at Hamiota. On 4 October 1947 he married Irene R. Purdy, daughter of Harry P. Purdy of Shoal Lake, Manitoba. They had two children: Thomas Charles and Muriel Ruth. He was a Director of the Hamiota Community Development Corporation, a Flying officer with the R.C.A.F. during Second World War., a member of the Hamiota Golf Club, Hamiota Curling Club, Canadian Legion B.E.S.L., and Hamiota Flying Farmers. He was first elected to the Manitoba Legislature at the 1958 general election, re-elected in 1959 and 1962. Progressive Conservative. United Church. Address: Box 180, Hamiota, Manitoba.

Sources:

The Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1960.

Members of the Legislative Assembly (Deceased), Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.

Page revised: 13 December 2008

Memorable Manitobans Memorable Manitobans

A collection of noteworthy Manitobans from the past, compiled by the Manitoba Historical Society.

Search the collection by word or phrase, name, place, occupation or other text:

Custom Search

Browse surnames beginning with:
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z | 2013


Send corrections and additions to the Memorable Manitobans Administrator at biographies@mhs.mb.ca

Suggest a Memorable Manitoban  |  Sources  |  Acknowledgements

Support the MHS and

Back to top of page

   
 

 
To report an error on the above page,
please contact the MHS Webmaster.

Home | Terms & Conditions | FAQ | Contact Us
Privacy Policy | Donations Policy
Website © 1998-2014 Manitoba Historical Society. All rights reserved.