Memorable Manitobans: Charles Joseph Salinos (1893-1957)
Educator, school trustee.
Born at Malta in 1893, son of Ennericus Henry “Enrico” Salinos (1857-1938) and Rosaria “Rosina” Assopardi (1871-1938), he immigrated to Canada in 1916 and settled in Manitoba. He taught in rural schools, included Overstone School (1919-1920) and Bukowina School / Lord Roberts School (1920-1923), before serving as the Secretary-Treasurer for the Bradley School District (c1929), after which he returned to the classroom as Principal of Lord Roberts School (1930-1931) and, in later years, as a teacher at Lukowce School (1938-1941), Tolstoi School No. 2 (1948-1949), and Glenmoor School (1949-1950). On 15 July 1922, he married Sophie “Soffie” Drewniak (1906-1976) in the Rural Municipality of Franklin and had a son, Albert Edward Salinos (1923-1972). He resided at 15-1-5E (1926) and later at nearby Tolstoi for many years before his death in 1957, with subsequent burial at the Tolstoi Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Cemetery.
Marriage registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.
1921 Canada census, Ancestry.
1926 Canada census, Library and Archives Canada.
“The Trustees of Bradley School require [...],” Manitoba Free Press, 3 August 1929, page 30.
Obituary [Albert Edward Salinos], Steinbach Carillon, 6 December 1972, page 20.
“Lukowce news,” Steinbach Carillon, 6 December 1972, page 29.
Obituary [Soffie Salinos], Winnipeg Free Press, 31 December 1976, page 39.
“Gardenton and Lukowce S.D.” Steinbach Carillon, 12 January 1977, page 11.
Obituary [Softa Salinos], Winnipeg Free Press, 20 October 2000, page C9.
Patrick family tree, Ancestry.
Burial transcriptions, Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery [Malta], FindAGrave.
Burial transcriptions, Manitoba Genealogical Society.
This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.
Page revised: 28 April 2019
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