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Changes to this Site
20-AUG-2017: Please note a new site is in progress.
It is a more modern and mobile friendly site and all new updates will be posted there only.
Eventually this web address will point there as well, but until the transfer is complete this site will remain accessible
You can view the site here: New Site
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on ANY, and ALL of my Pages,
Including Text and Pictures,
May be made, without the express Written Permission
Web Editor, Doug Gent
Want to add a link to my
for the only Authorized Picture Link allowed.
All Pictures on all my web pages, are now Visibly Watermarked,
All my pages are now Right Click, (copy and paste), disabled.
I ask everyone that enjoys free history sites,
to start policing these violations.
If we don't stop this, no one will donate pictures to me, or anyone,
and we all loose.
If you see one of my pictures on Facebook, etc.
tell them to remove it.
Unincorporated Railway Point (Siding, Loading Platform)
NW Section 11, Township 8, Range 5, W2
Longitude- 102º 35' W
Located on the
Canadian Pacific Railroad, CPR, in 1927
between Kisbey and Arcola
founded in 1903 on the Souris Arcola
southern branch line of the CPR,
so assume Armilla was from the same era.
part of 1927 map of this area.
No Post Office
am an Amateur Historian, and Genealogist.
I use every source I can find, old newspapers, census, archives,
I do a quick search for the names on these pages.
Therefore I do NOT profess to have 100% accurate information.
Use my info as a clue to do your own research.
I am not related to these folks, nor do I have hidden info.
I encourage everyone to visit their local Museum,
or buy a local history book for more info.
I attempt to connect people with their ancestor in these places.
If it works on just one person, per page, it is worth the time it
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I do not have any Ads on my pages.
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from Facebook, Blogs, etc.
Please do Not copy the pictures, or text on any page.
Please do Not ask to use pictures etc. on Facebook.
A "Link" to my pages, does the same thing.
Just copy the hyper link, URL, shown in your browser above,
and paste that into facebook etc.,
or copy the links I have on the left side.
That is the honest and proper way to do it!