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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Hall House (516 Brown Avenue, Neepawa)

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This two-storey brick house on Brown Avenue in Neepawa was built in 1902 by John Hall. Under the ownership of Alfred and Edith Gwyer, this building acted as a boarding house and seniors rooming house.

The home is listed as historically significant by the Town of Neepawa and the Neepawa Heritage Committee.

Occupants

Period

Occupant

1902-?

John Hall (1862-1930)

c1914-1918

Dr. John Stelch Mack

?-1928

John Hall

1928-1942

John Gerow

1942-?

Frederick Donald MacKenzie (1882-1970)

1945-1948

Harold Cleland

1948-1952

John Maxwell “Jack” McGilvray (1908-1977)

1952-1976

Alfred Gwyer (1886-1963) and Edith Emily Jacobs Gwyer (1895-1976)

1976-?

Charles and Monica Gordon

Photos and Coordinates

Hall House

Freeman House (February 2020)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.22643, W99.46411
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Hall House (522 Stephen Street, Morden)

Sources:

We thank the Neepawa Heritage Advisory Committee for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by S. Goldsborough and George Penner.

Page revised: 1 July 2021

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