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Manitoba Municipalities: Glenwood

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Links to nearby municipalities: Cameron | Cornwallis | Oakland | Sifton | Souris | Whitehead | Whitewater

Glenwood was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 22 December 1883. In 2015, it was amalgamated with Souris to form the Municipality of Souris-Glenwood.

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1884-1887

John Nesbitt Kirchhoffer (1848-1914)

1888

William Smith

1889

John Smith Hitchcock (1858-1938)

1890-1891

?

1892-1893

William Herriot (1843-1927)

1894

?

1895

Anthony James Hughes (1859-1937)

1896

Robert Isaac Crisp (1849-1927)

1897-1898

?

1899

Robert Isaac Crisp (1849-1927)

1900

?

1901-1902

Anthony James Hughes (1859-1937)

1903

Ainslie Lunham Young (1868-?)

1904

Andrew Wellington Gerow (1853-1923)

1905

George Kerr

1906-1910

John M. Perdue

1911-1920

Andrew Wellington Gerow (1853-1923)

1921-1925

John M. Perdue

1926-1931

George Brown

1932-1935

William McCulloch

1936-1945

Mark W. Janz

1946-1953

William J. Barclay

1954-1967

Llewelyn Brychan “Chappie” Powell

1968-1978

David L. Barclay

1979-1980

?

1981-1983

Mark E. Janz

1984-1989

A. Roy Lovatt

1990-2001

Douglas C. Denning

2002-2014

Malcolm E. “Sandy” Sanderson

2015

See Souris-Glenwood

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Glenwood.

Sources:

The People of Souris and Glenwood from the Earliest Beginnings to the Present by Souris and District Heritage Club Inc., 2006.

Manitoba Gazette, 1887-1959. Manitoba Legislative Library.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 24 October 2014

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