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Manitoba History No. 89
Manitoba
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No. 89

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Manitoba Communities: Glenella (Unincorporated Rural Municipality)

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This municipality was named for Miss Ella Williams, sister-in-law of Canadian National Railway Vice-President Sir Donald Mann.

Present Status

Municipality of Glenella-Lansdowne (1 January 2015)

Incorporation History

Rural Municipality of Glenella (10 April 1920)
Amalgamated
with Lansdowne (1 January 2015)

Adjoining Municipalities

Alonsa, Lakeview, Lansdowne, McCreary, Rosedale, Westbourne

Constituent Communities

Glenella, Grass River, Waldersee

Land Area (square km)

497.14

Population

Year

Total

1891

200

1901

759

1911

1652

1921

2501

1931

1758

1941

1401

1951

1295

1956

1285

1961

1048

1966

986

1971

823

1976

788

1981

741

1986

951

1991

928

1996

555

2001

518

2006

517

2011

522

Reeves

Term

Reeve

1921

Isaac Allan

1922-1924

James W. Lukin

1925-1928

D. McMartin

1929-1931

James W. Lukin

1932-1935

Charles Merrick

1936

Walter Addis

1937-1975

Jacob Single

1976-1995

Kurt W. Schmidt

1996-1998

Fred Juskowiak

1999-?

Tony Kushner

?-2014

Derek Klassen

Memorable Manitobans

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Historic Sites

Go here for a list of historic sites in Glenella.

History Books

Go here for a list of history books for Glenella.

Maps

Glenella (2002)
Source:
Manitoba Land Initiative

Sources

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 26 March 2017

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