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Manitoba Communities: St. Paul (Unincorporated Rural Municipality)

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This municipality was named for the parish church at Middlechurch.

Present Status

Dissolved (3 November 1915)

Incorporation History

Rural Municipality of St. Paul (?)
Subdivided into East St. Paul and West St. Paul (3 November 1915)

Population

Year

Total

1871

100

1881

360

1891

510

1901

519

1911

806

Reeves

Term

Reeve

1888-1892

Hugh Pritchard (1830-1912)

1893-1895

Richard Ratcliffe Taylor (1851-1912)

1896

Hugh Pritchard (1830-1912)

1897

William Simpson Lister (1866-1917)

1898

Richard Ratcliffe Taylor (1851-1912)

1899

William Simpson Lister (1866-1917)

1900-1902

Neil John McGillvray McGregor (1864-1938)

1903-1905

James M. McNaughton (1866-?)

1906

Alexander Beattie Black Garvin [Garven] (1839-1907)

1907-1908

James M. McNaughton (1866-?)

1909-1910

John McKenzie Smith (1839-1917)

1911-1912

Thomas Henry Emes (1852-1941)

1913-1914

Austin Edward Sperring (1868-1958)

1914-1915

Thomas Henry Emes (1852-1941)

Secretary-Treasurers

Term

Secretary-Treasurer

1911-1915

Walter Gorham (1868-1952)

Sources:

“Suburban points [East and West St. Paul],” Winnipeg Free Press, 8 December 1915, page 4.

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 22 June 2019

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