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Where is it?
And why is there a Web Page for it?
2 Good Questions.
The reason there is a web page for it,
is the same reason I have web pages
for other small Hamlets or Villages.
To preserve the name and heritage
of this area.
In Patrick Saskatchewan's case
all I have is a picture of the Railway Siding
taken by my Aunt Rose Gesell
She is long gone, and why she took this picture
is a good question too, but I can't answer that one.
It was on the Rail line west of Neudorf
heading to Regina, so assume she was taking the train
from Regina to Neudorf when this picture was taken.
Anyway here goes what I found on Patrick.
It is an Unincorporated area in Saskatchewan,
Located at Sec 11-Tsp 22-Rge 13, W2
Half way between Balcarres
and Lipton Saskatchewan
on the CPR
Located in what today is RM# 217, Lipton
Federal Electoral District- Melville (Saskatchewan)
Lipton is a Village, corner of Hwy 22, and 35
Lipton was a Jewish Colony,
started over100 years ago, in 1901.
I don't think Patrick is a Jewish name,
so no idea where the name came from.
Looks to me like Patrick would be
just north of Highway 10
between Fort Qu'Appelle
if this building or any part of it still exists today.
Lat- 50° 52' North
Long- 103° 42' West
District # 2931
Patrick Saskatchewan Railroad Siding
Patrick was an area big enough to have a Post
The Post Office opened Feb 15, 1928
closed Aug 31, 1965
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NOT represented as an official
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nor as having been made, in affiliation with,
||Date of Vacancy
||Cause of Vacancy
Albert E. Brown
b- Nov, 1875
buried in Fort Qu'Appelle
Section: E Row: 17 Plot:
in 1931 he taught school near Neudorf
in the Baber School District
Mrs. Irene Ast
Mrs. Rosalie A.
Mrs. Rosalie A.
or with the endorsement of the National Archives of Canada.
The source of this material is the National Archives
Can't locate Census records in 1906 for Tsp 22, Rge 13,
so can't link to them, sorry.
No Cemetery records found
No History Book Reference Found
This map shows location of Patrick SK.
Received an email Apr 16, 2005, from Jim
who farms NE 15 22 13 2, near Patrick,
which was bought by his father, Fred Hartman,
He tells me the rail line was still there,
but no more trains, so he expected
rails would be removed shortly.
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