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Manitoba Municipalities: South Norfolk

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Links to nearby municipalities: Dufferin | Grey | Lorne | North Norfolk | Portage la Prairie | Treherne | Victoria

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

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1883-1885

John Moir (1848-?)

1886-1888

William Cooper

1889-1891

Robert James Warren (1853-1922)

1892-1893

J. K. Robson

1894-1896

Thomas C. Forbes

1897-1899

D. F. Williams

1900

James Stanton

1901

William J. Venner (1848-1947)

1902-1903

William Davey Staples (1868-1929)

1904-1907

Adam Forbes

1908-1920

William Hooey Spinks (1873-1949)

1921-1937

John D. Scott

1938-1941

Joseph Laurie Lamont (1891-1955)

1942-1949

John D. Scott

1950-1953

Joseph Deroche

1954-1957

Marcel Boulic (1916-1959)

1958-1963

Leslie Frank Gates (1917-1979)

1964-1992

Robert Frank Culbert

1993-1998

Joseph Davy

1999-2010

Thomas Roy “Tom” Kelly (1940-2010)

2011-2014

Craig Spencer

2015

See Norfolk-Treherne

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in South Norfolk.

Sources:

Tiger Hills to the Assiniboine: A History of Treherne and Surrounding District by Treherne Area History Committee, 1976.

Warren Family Connections by Arthur W. Warren, privately published, 2008.

We thank Bev Botkin for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 24 October 2014

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