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Cateville Saskatchewan

Hamlet of CATEVILLE, not shown on my 1927 map,
NE Section 32, Twp 4, Rge 4, W2


Had a Post Office, first Post Master, Charlie C. Cate
No school symbol near this location, on this map,
but per Frobishire history book there was a school there
opened in 1908, Cateville School District #1531.
A Mrs Emma Clark, nee Goudy, taught school here
prior to her marriage in Feb 1910.
She died Aug 17, 1952.
The school district is described
in the Lampman History book, Poet's Corner
another teacher here was Blanche Schiestel, nee Knibbs
she taught approx 15 students. grades 1-9.


Post Office History

Cateville

Federal Electoral District: Assiniboia (SK)

Office Opened May 1, 1904
Section 32, Township 4, Range 4, W2 - 1904-05-01

Office closed Apr 30, 1921

Postmaster Information:

Name of Postmaster Date of Appointment Date of Vacancy Cause of Vacancy

Charles "Charlie" C. Cate
(see below)

1904-05-01

1908-05-20

Resignation

Archibald Buchanan
(see below)

1908-12-15

1921-04-30

Closed

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Charles "Charlie" C. Cate
took out western land grant on

Section 32, Township 4, Range 4, W2
Post Office named after him
Shown as Carly Cate in 1906 census
b- ca1877, USA, age 29 in 1906

shown immigrated in 1902

wife- Edel Cate
b- ON, age 28 in 1906

son- Petrus "Peter" Cate
b- ca 1902, USA, age 4 in 1906

Albert Cate age 55 lived next to Carly in Cateville in 1906
shown immigrating in 1903

wife- Alblet? Cate, b- US, age 55 in 1906


Archibald Buchanan
b- Aug 1858 in ON

wife- Barbara Louise Buchanan, nee McLeish
b- Jan 1874 in Scotland

son- Henry Buchanan
b- Aug 1894 in USA

daughter- Daisy Buchanan
b- Dec 1896 in USA

son- Bertrand Alexander "Bertram" Buchanan
b- Dec 17, 1902 on Sec 4, Tsp 5, Rge 4, W2, Sask

daughter- Marjorie Isabel Scott "Marjory" Buchanan
b- Oct 22, 1906 on Sec 4, Tsp 5, Rge 4, W2, Sask

daughter- Inez Buchanan
b- Jan 1909 in Sask

1911 census says Buchanan family
were living on Township 5, Range 4, W2

He took out western land grant
SW Section 4, Township 5, Range 4, W2
which is just kitty corner to Cates land.


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