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Manitoba Organization: Granite Curling Club

The Granite Curling Club was established in 1881, named for the granite stone used in making its curling rocks. Its clubhouse built in 1913 was designed by architect James Chisholm.

Presidents

Period

President

1883

Thomas Renwick

1887

John B. Mather (c1846-1892)

?

Joseph Lemon (1862-1925)

?

David Wesley Griffith (1879-?)

?

Richard Deans Waugh (1868-1938)

?

Alexander Telford Liddle (1876-1956)

?

Andrew Boak Alexander (1872-1937)

?

Colin Campbell Chisholm (1883-?)

1910-1911

William Tier (1869-1939)

1911-1914

?

1914-1916

W. P. “Billy” McDougall

1916-?

?

?

Francis Lee “Frank” Kenny (1866-1925)

?-1930

?

1930-1931

Thomas Cull (1870-1942)

?

Harold Ffolliott Gyles (1927-2010)

?

William Reid Clubb (1884-1962)

?

Ross Manahan (c1888-1960)

?

Robert Alexander Gillespie (1881-1965)

?

Andrew Wilson (1863-1923)

?

David Bruce W. Forrester (1918-2001)

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Granite Curling Club (22 Granite Way, Winnipeg)

The Granite Curling Club, 22 Mostyn Place, Winnipeg by Sheila Grover
Manitoba History, Number 14, Autumn 1987

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 5 September 2020

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