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1901 Census

Census 1901 Placename Index

NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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Placename NWT Provisional District Sec Twp Rge W Meridian
Kamsack lists on schedule 2 Kadronooka 29-31-W1
Kamsack lists on schedule 1 Kamenka
Kamsack Assiniboia East/Est 14 29 32 W 1
1881 Location. (Present location 34-29-32-W1) Schedule 2 includes Tsp 28-Rge 30,31,32-W1, Tsp 27-Rge 30,31,32-W1, Tsp 29-Rge 30, 31, 32-W1 as well as many Doukhobor Villages - Part of Gicholioka 28-31-W1, Kovafredroka 27-32-W1, Vossinia 28-31-W1, Terfrenia 27-32-W1, Kadronooka 29-31-W1, Voskriseziovka 29-32-W1, Smirinovka 29-30-W1, Voskriseziovka 29-32-W1, Tamboka 29-30-W1, Erfokremovka 29-32-W1. Schedule 1 of enumerated names lists more Doukhobor Villages: Kamenka, Nikalaiofka, New Petroska (New Pedroka), Vedroka, Pedroka, No. 1 Colony, No. 2 colony, No. 2 Colony. [spelling]
Kaposvar Assiniboia East/Est 4 19 1 W 2
1891 Location. Esterhazy close present name location at 28-19-1-W2.
14-39-8-W3 Karrillofka, an unincorporated village is located on 1901 census at placename Osler On schedule 1, at 39-8-3 Kerrillovokla, Karrillofka, Kerrllovka is spelled out on p 6,7,8 differently.
Katepwa Assiniboia East/Est 34 19 12 W 2
1884 Location. (Present day location of Katepwa Beach 9-20-12-W2)
See 1901 place name of Foster the census area is closest to present day Kedleston at 34-21-23-W2
Present day Keeler at 7-20-28-W2 is closest to the 1901 census place name of Buffalo Lake which does not exist anymore.
The 1901 census placename of Fairmede does not exist anymore. The location is N of present day Kelso 32-11-33-W1 in the Moosomin area. Kelso is not on the 1901 census.
The 1901 census area of Riga does not exist anymore. The location is North of present day Kelso 32-11-33-W1.
Kenlis Assiniboia East/Est 34 19 11 W 2
1890 and present day location. 1884-1887 Kenlis name was used at 2-19-11-W2, then the name was changed to Blackwood. The name Kenlis was RE-used at 34-19-11-W2 starting in 1890. The 1901 census covers Kenlis Village, Tsp 19,20-Rge 11-W2 as well as Saltown Hamlet.
Kennell Assiniboia West/Ouest 20 21 19 W 2
Present day location is 30-20-19-W2. 1893 Location.
Fairville Previous Name 1899-1913. See Fairville on 1901 census. Present location is 36-17-23-W2
Kinbrae Assiniboia East/Est 20 21 1 W 2
1884 location. Later location 14-21-1-W2 Kinbrae does not exist anymore. The location is N of present day Zeneta at 22-20-1-W2 and North East of Atwater at 4-21-2-W2
Kinistino Saskatchewan 16 45 21 W 2
Present location. 17-45-21-W2. 1883 location.
Kirkpatrick Saskatchewan 22 47 27 W 2
1884 Location. SW of Prince Albert. Clouston at 13-47-27-W2 is east of the 1901 census placename location of Kirkpatrick which does not exist anymore. Kirkpatrick is West of Holmes 20-47-26-W2.
The 1901 placename of Percy does not exist anymore. The Percy area is North of Kisbey 18-8-5-W2, Nw of Arcola 9-8-4-W2 and N of Armilla 11-8-5-W2.
Kitche Sagihk
See Lake La Ronge which should be Lac La Ronge. Kitche Sagihk included on f(1)-1
Kamsack lists on schedule 2 Kovafredoka 27-32-W1
Kranzberg Assiniboia East/Est
The 1901 census includes the area of Tsp21-Rge 15, Tsp 20-Rge 14, and Tsp21-Rge 16 west of the 2nd meridian. On the census is mentioned an alt spelling Kronsberg. Parkland is also mentioned. (See Parklands) Neither placename exist anymore. This location is west of present day Fort Qu'Appelle. The location is closest to present day Muscow at 32-20-14-W2.
Kronau P.O. name from 1895-1900. Kronau mentioned on 1901 census under placename St Mary. Kronau P.O. at 33-15-17-W2. Kronau is a present day location which happens to also be S. of the 1901 census placename of Hicksvale which does not exist anymore.

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NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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