|H. F. Hosteler
(see correction below)
|Miss Mary G.
|George Alfred Slade||OAS||1895-02||1927-08-31||1957-09-31||Retirement|
|Miss Eva Caroline Law||-||1900-08-15||1957-10-01||1968-03-31||Retirement|
|Arthur Joseph Wright||-||-||1968-04-01||1976-12-31||Retirement|
|Mrs. Ethel P. Shanks||-||-||1976-12-31||Temporary||-|
|W. Starie Cannon||-||-||1977-04-30||1979-07-28||Promotion|
|Mrs. Ethel P. Shanks||-||-||1979-07-27||Temporary||-|
|Mrs. Ethel P. Shanks||-||-||1979-11-05||-||-|
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The source of this material is the National Archives of Canada
official record (above) says H. F. Hosteler
but I am pretty sure that is wrong,
I believe Jake Hostetter was the First Post Master at Antler.
Jacob W. Hostetter
b- Mar 24, 1861, or 1856? in ON
One of 4 brothers who came to the Antler area
Jake and Charles came in 1892, Joe and Albert in 1893
b- Mar 15, 1860 in Mariposa Township, Victoria Co, Lindsay, ON
d- Aug 21, (Aug 20?), 1927 in Gainsborough SK
Married Ida Jane Burke, nee Shatford, 1884 in
b- Aug 1871, in ON
7 children I know of:
son- William Richard Burke
b- Dec 8, 1885, on Sec 28, Tsp 1, Rge 31, W1
daughter- Nettie Burke
b- Apr 19, 1887 at Gainsborough SK
daughter- Mildred Burke
b- July 18, 1889, at Gainsborough SK
daughter- Myrtle Burke (twin)
b- Jan 21, 1895 in SK
daughter- Eva Pearl Burke (twin)
b- Jan 21, 1895
daughter- Edna E. Burke
b- Oct 13, 1896 in SK
daughter- Lavina Evelyn Burke
b- Apr 1, 1899 in SK
7 Burke Brothers came in 1883 to the Elmore District,
south of Gainsborough, and was called the Burke Settlement
b- Sept 24, 1869 in ON
wife- Annie Elliott, nee Kinnear
b- Dec 16, 1869 in ON
Jean A. Elliott
b- Sept 15, 1895 in Assa (SK)
Helen E. Elliott
b- Mar 8, 1897 in Assa (SK)
Phyllis Marian Elliott
b- Oct 25, 1898 in Gainsborough, Assa (SK)
Miss Mary G.
b- Aug 1864, ON
b- Feb 16, 1895, in Wallingford, England
son of J. T. Slade, Wokingham, Berkshire,
Single, Store Clerk when he enlisted in Aug 1915 in WWI
79th Overseas Batt., reg #151924
16 bed Gainsborough Union Hospital
Christ Anglican Church
ca 1921 there was a Boozorium in Gainsborough
Feb 22, 1921, 4 Omaha Nebraska men were charged
with fraud, robbery and burglary charges.
Tom Kelly, J. F. Burns, Art Henshaw, and a J. B. Shelton
had warrants issued in Omaha.
They had bought booze many times with no problem,
then purchased $60,000.00 worth, their biggest purchase,
and used a forged certified cheque to pay for it.
Found Winnipeg Wine & Spirits
Co. operating here ca Feb 1927
A RCMP Corporal F. W. J. Barker was investigating the Export House business,
and reported the Dominion Distributors, the Yorkton Distributors,
and the Regina Wine & Spirits Co all in one building,
with the sign Dominion Distributors displayed.
These 3 were all Bronfman companies.
Funny thing he was called off the investigation
by the Customs Dept in Ottawa.
A famous Dr. Bill Hobbs painting, is the famous "40
which shows cars parked diagonally
outside the local cafe in Gainsborough, Saskatchewan.
It beat out over 2,000 other entries to win a national contest in 1978.
9 miles east of Carievale
Telephone, CP Telegraph, and Dominion Express
Beaver Lumber Co. Ltd.
G. H. Boland, Drugs and Stationary
George Harvey Boland
b- 1892, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
d- 1967 at Gainsborough SK
married Sarah Helen Jupp,in 1919
b- Feb 14, 1899
d- May 14, 1977
daughter of George James Burton Jupp and Anne Jane Falis
had 2 children
Robert George Boland
b- Apr 4, 1925
d- Nov 8, 1943
Mary Jane Boland
b- Dec 19, 1926
d- June 5, 1993
Burke & Co, Hardware and Grocer (Railway Ave.)
Benjamin Burke owner- see above
Robert Carr, Blacksmith and hardware
Thomas Coates, Implement Dealer
b- Aug 1875 in ON
shown as an Engineer in 1911 census
wife- Emma Jane Coates, nee Burrill
b- Feb 1880, in ON
son, Nelson James Coates
b- Nov 30, 1899, in RM of Arthur, MB
son, John Thomas Coates,
b- Apr 7, 1906 in Gainsborough, SK
daughter, Reva Margaret Coates
b- July 22, 1902 in RM of Edward, MB
John Dodd, Garage
Duncan & Robb, General Store
Miss Mary G. Fraser, Postmistress (see above)
Dr. John D. Fyfe, Physician
b- July, 1867, Harriston (Guelph?) ON
(age 33 when he married 2nd time, living in Cypress River, MB at the time)
d- Dec 2, 1927, at Kenaston SK, age 61, from Heart disease
buried in Gainsborough Cemetery.
Son of Peter Fyfe and Jean Todd.
John left Gainsborough, and moved back to Bladworth.
Graduated from the Winnipeg Medical School in 1889.
established a practice in Bladworth SK in 1907.
Moved to Gainsborough in 1915.
After about 10 years moved to Senlac.
when he got ill he moved to Winnipeg to live with his sister,
Mrs. J. Corbett. a few weeks before he died
he moved back to Bladworth.
John was a widower when he married the 2nd
May 8, 1901 in Petrolia, Lambton Co, ON
2nd Wife- Maud "Maude" Olive Fyfe, nee Simmons,
b- May 1873, Petrolia, ON (age 27 when she married)
d- shortly after a stroke Apr 22, 1921
at their home in Gainsborough.
Buried in Gainsborough, Cemetery
Family came from Petrolia ON, 19 years prior, to Bladworth.
They came to Gainsborough about 8 years before 1921.
She was daughter of Oliver Simmons MP for West Lambton
and Laura Fisher.
They had 6 children, 4 boys, 2 daughters.
married daughter, Jean Laura Fyfe, Mrs W. S. Howard, lived in Winnipeg.
b- June 9, 1902, in Gainsborough, SK
daughter- Mary Fyfe, teacher
b- June 16, 1907, Bladworth, SK
eldest son, John Todd Fyfe, attended Univ of SK
b- Jan 20, 1904, at Gainsborough, SK
son Oliver Simmons Fyfe, Druggist at Brock SK
b- June 5, 1905 at Gainsborough SK
son, Lockhart D. Fyfe, at Colonsay
b- July 1909
youngest son, Charlie Fyfe, at school in Winnipeg in 1927.
b- ? aft 1911
Gordon Houston, Barber & Billiards
b- June 1894, Scotland
Shown as a Barber in 1911 in Gainsborough
mother- Mrs Helen Houston
b- May 1858 in Scotland
brother to Gordon- Irvin L. Houston
b- July 1986, in Scotland
Irvin was an Elevator Man in 1911 in Gainsborough
sister- Peggy Houston
b- June 1889 in Scotland
Houston family immigrated in 1905
William Johnson, Butcher, Meat Market
Charlie Lee, Restaurant
Merchants Bank of Canada
Thomas Robson, Coal Dealer
J. J. Rusk, Implements and Grain Dealer
John James Rusk
b- 1878 in Gainsborough
son of Richard James Rusk and Margaret Ann Shaw
married Jean Eyres
O. A. Smith, Blacksmith
S. Sykes, Hotel
A Stewart A. Sykes was shown as a farmer in 1911
living in Carievale at that time.
Rachael Tanner, Boots and Shoes
T. Tanner, Harness, Boots, Shoes, and Auto Accessories
R. S. Warham, Grocer and Confectionary
Note- Not my Web Pages
Gainsborough Community Cemetery
NW Sec 2-Tsp 3-Range 30- W1
contact SK Genealogy Society in Regina