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Village of ElkhornManitoba Municipalities: Elkhorn

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Mayors/Reeves | Secretary-Treasurers | Councillors | Historic Sites | Sources

Links to nearby municipalities: Virden | Wallace

Elkhorn was incorporated as a Village on 6 September 1905. In 2015, it was amalgamated with Wallace and Woodworth to form the Rural Municipality of Wallace-Woodworth.

Mayors:

Term

Mayor

1906-1907

William Mair Cushing (1853-1925)

1908-1909

Charles R. Duxbury (?-1949)

1910-1911

James Smith McLeod (1868-?)

1912

Herbert J. Jones (1871-1966)

1913

John Harvey Miller (1851-1922)

1914-1916

Herbert J. Jones (1871-1966)

1917-1918

John Mooney (1871-1963)

1919

Rowland Henderson Brotherhood (1871-1952)

1920-1921

Charles Gardiner Webster (1879-1965)

1922

Wellington John Thompson (1870-1937)

1923-1924

G. T. Earle

1925-1926

Webster Talcott Clarke (1867-?)

1927-1929

Walter Davey (1870-1955)

1930-1935

Herbert J. Jones (1871-1966)

1936-1937

John Matheson McCorkindale (1879-1961)

1938-1947

Clarence Woods Johnston (1888-1949)

1948-1953

John William McLeod Thompson (1908-1986)

1954-1957

James Wallace Clarke (?-1966)

1958-1964

John J. Norris

1965-1968

J. H. Hennan (?-1975)

1968-1969

Frederick Joseph Simpson (1913-1969)

1970-1971

John L. Canart

1972-1979

William R. Bartley

1980

Ron Heritage

1981-1983

Ron R. Lund

1984-1986

Ron Heritage

1987-1995

Kenneth L. Rowan

1996-2001

Keith Orr

2002-2014

Roland Gagnon

2015

See Wallace-Woodworth

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Elkhorn.

Sources:

Steel and Grass Roots, 1882-1982: History of Elkhorn by Elkhorn and District Historical Society, 1982, pages 141-142.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 August 2016

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