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Historical Markers in Rosthern No. 403, Saskatchewan

 
First Settlers in the Hague District Monument image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 19, 2022
First Settlers in the Hague District Monument
1 Saskatchewan, Rosthern No. 403, Hague — First Settlers in the Hague District
In commemoration of the first settlers who arrived in the Hague district on May 3, 1895 Village of Hague incorporated on August 25, 1903 with Klaas Dyck the first elected overseerMap (db m203736) HM
2 Saskatchewan, Rosthern No. 403, Rosthern — Dr. Seager Wheeler1868-1961
Five times World Wheat Champion of the Rosthern District He received his Doctors’ degree for his extension work with The Queens University on cereal grainsMap (db m203735) HM
3 Saskatchewan, Rosthern No. 403, Rosthern — Gerhard Ens1863-1952
Pioneer Rosthern businessman He built the first residence and store in Rosthern in 1892 Justice of the Peace and M.L.A. from 1905-1911Map (db m203747) HM
4 Saskatchewan, Rosthern No. 403, Rosthern — Rosenort Mennonite Church
Mennonite settlers who arrived in this area in 1892 held church services in private homes until 1896, when the first church of the conference of Mennonites in the North-West Territories was built on this site. The Mennonite community had organized . . . Map (db m8531) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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