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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Holy Trinity Anglican Parsonage (319 William Avenue, Killarney, RM of Killarney-Turtle Mountain)

The two-storey residence on William Avenue in Killarney was built in 1900 by the Holy Trinity Anglican Church as a parsonage for Reverend Walter Robert Johnson. It boasts a complex roofline, dormers, and stained glass windows.

Former Anglican Parsonage in Killarney

Former Anglican Parsonage in Killarney (September 2019)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.18143, W99.66726
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Holy Trinity Anglican Church (204 Fletcher Street, Killarney, RM of Killarney-Turtle Mountain)

Memorable Manitobans: Walter Robert Johnson (1858-1949)


Reflections, 1882-1982: A Community History of the Rural Municipality of Turtle Mountain and the Town of Killarney by the J. A. Victor David Museum and New Horizons, 1982, page 95.

Special Places in Killarney, Killarney Special Places Project, Virtual Manitoba.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Anne Brazeau.

Page revised: 4 September 2022

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