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No. 86


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Manitoba Communities: Teulon (Town)

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The town within the Rural Municipality of Rockwood was given the maiden name of the wife of grain commissioner Charles C. Castle (1860-1943).

Present Status

Town of Teulon (10 October 1997)

Incorporation History

Village of Teulon (6 May 1919)

Adjoining Municipalities

Rockwood

Land Area (square km)

3.23

Population

Year

Total

1926

705

1931

680

1936

673

1941

578

1946

580

1951

645

1956

634

1961

749

1966

817

1971

828

1976

873

1981

925

1986

953

1991

1016

1996

1055

2001

1058

2006

1124

2011

1124

2016

1201

Mayors

Term

Mayor

1919-1921

Archibald Smart Wood (1850-1926)

1922-1923

George A. Elliott

1924-1927

Frank E. Carson

1928-1931

Harry F. Druitt

1932-1933

Angus Howard Campbell (1898-1985)

1934-1936

William V. Anderson

1937-1938

Angus Howard Campbell (1898-1985)

1939-1941

Michael Slobodianek

1942-1946

Archibald J. Hay

1947-1951

C. H. Cronmiller

1952-1965

Roy Ellison

1966-1967

A. D. Persoage

1968-1973

Rens Renooy (1930-2009)

1974-1980

Michael Maksymyk (1935-2005)

1981-1989

Edward Helwer

1989-1998

Michael Maksymyk (1935-2005)

1998-2002

Ted Hodgkinson

2002-?

Bert Campbell

Memorable Manitobans

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Historic Sites

Go here for a list of historic sites in Teulon.

History Books

Go here for a list of history books for Teulon.

Maps

Sources

“Anybody know where Castle Farm is?,” Stonewall Argus and Teulon Times, 10 July 1974, page 11.

They Came for the Future, Village of Teulon by the Teulon and District History Book Committee, 1983.

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: 1 July 2018

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