1910 History

Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada

Old Estevan Sept 1910 Phone Directory below courtesy Barry Dies 2021
Issue number 3

Note- Researching names as I find time. Mar 21, 2021

Department of Railways and Telephones

A-J- Listings in Estevan

Ernest F. Pierce- Estevan Agent, Saskatchewan Government Telephones Co.
Ernest Frederick Pierce
b- Jan 28, 1886 in Spiritwood, Stutsman County, ND, USA
d- June 27, 1948 in Swift Current, SK
Father- Amos Franklin Pierce
Mother- Bessie Emeline Tarbell




Bank of British North America, corner 5th st and 12th Ave.
Bank of Hamilton, 5th st.
See my Estevan Bank pages for these

George Alexander Bell
Shown as MLA in 1911 census
wife- Elizabeth Bell, nee Smith

Brandon & Kincade, Flour and Feed, 5th st.
James Alexander Brandon a probable match for this company name
his son Albert James Harris Brandon is buried in Estevan
note Kincade's wife's maiden name was Brandon, her father was James alexander Brandon.
George Edward Kincade- Real estate in 1911 census, Livery and feed in 1921
b- Aug 1875 in Ontario
d- 1949 buried in Estevan City Cemetery
wife Mary Adelaide Kincade, nee Brandon, b- Apr 1876 in ON, d- 1950


Canadian Investment Co. Ltd., Lumber yard, 5th st.

Walter Scott Coffin, residence 1st st and 12th ave.
Bailiff in Estevan in 1911
b- Aug 17, 1881 Vernon River, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada
d- Apr 15, 1941 Los Angeles, California, USA
wife- Dora O'Grady married June 25, 1908 in Winnipeg, MB
father- James Coffin
mother- Mary Ellen Scott

Coffin & Mohr, Real Estate, 12th ave.

CPR Freight Office and Despatch Office

Dr. Creighton, Office, 12th Ave.
Dr. James (Jim) Forbes Creighton, BA, MD
see my Doctor page


Dr. Davies, residence, 4th st.
Dr. Davies, Drug Store, 12th Ave.
Dr. Daniel Ross Davies L.M.C.C
see my Pharmacist page

Edward Raymond Davis, Drug Store, 4th st.
see my Pharmacist page

Dominion Lands Office, 12th Ave.

D. C. Dunbar, residence, 12th ave.
Donald Culloden Dunbar, Editor of the Estevan Mercury Newspaper

Duncan, Moulton Co. Ltd., General Store, 4th st.
Peter Cuthbert Duncan, aka: P. C. Duncan
Moulton- This is a mystery name to me in Estevan, never seen this before


Easterbrook Meat Market, 4th st.
George Easterbrook, Butcher
b- Apr 1887 (use search bar for more)

Estevan Meat Market, 12th ave.

Estevan Milling Co., 5th st

Estevan Brick & Coal Co., Office, 12th ave.
Estevan Brick & Coal Co., Boarding House


George Faulkner, Planing Mill, 5th st.
George Faulkner, Residence, 3rd st.
George Thomas Faulkner
1911 census shows name as Falkner, shown as a contractor
George Thomas Falkner
b- Jan 2, 1872 in Portage Wisconsin, USA (Feb 25, 1872 in WI per naturalization papers)
d- Jan 6, 1950, age 77, at his home 1332 Jenifer St. Madison WI, USA.
Committed suicide with a revolver
Buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
George Thomas Falkner was the Carpenter/Contractor, who built the First City Hall
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Madison

Fire Hall, 4th St. (in rear of City Hall)


L. A. Gold, Restaurant, 12th Ave.
Lillian (Lilian) (Annie) Annette Gold, nee Judge
b- Nov 11, 1877 in London, England
d- Aug 29, 1959 in Saskatoon, SK., Canada
wife of Lazarus Hyams (Hyman) (Harry) Gold
b- bet Apr-June 1880 in Spitalfields, Whitechapel Reg dist., London, England
d- ?
Both came to Canada May 10, 1905 leaving Liverpool, arriving in Montreal Quebec.
both in Estevan in 1906 census
Hyman son of Moses Aaron Gold, shown in records as a Russian Jew, born at Karlish, Poland
Moses was son of Levi and Augusta Gold

Dr. Graham, Dentist, 4th st.
Dr. Frederick (Fred) R. Graham
see my Doctor, Dentist page

Grange Bakery, 4th st.
Bakery was established in 1906.
Adam Finlayson Milne was the owner operator

b- Apr 8, 1881 at 187 Montrose St., Brechin, Forfarshire, Scotland
d- Aug 15, 1946 in Victoria BC
He was married in 1906 then came to Estevan to open this bakery.
He sold the Grange Bakery in 1944
His first wife Georgina Brown Neilson died Apr 6, 1923 in Estevan
He remarried a widow, Devina Purvis Lonie, nee Tripp Sept 9, 1935 in Winnipeg
In 1901 Scotland census age 19 he was shown as a baker
He was Worshipful Master of the Estevan Masonic Lodge in 1924 and in 1932
Mayor of Estevan in 1918
He had 4 sons, all deceased now, and a daughter that died in infancy in 1917


Rev. Harton, residence 3rd st.
Rev. Samuel Lyster Wallis Harton, Methodist Minister in Estevan in 1911 Census
b- May 9, 1874, York, Haldimand County, Ontario, Canada
d- Mar 18, 1950 in Toronto, Ontario
buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Father- Andrew Harton
Mother- Sarah Elizabeth Dunn
wife- Eliza Jane Carson

J. G. Hastings, residence, 4th st.
John George Hastings
lived on 3rd st in 1916 in Estevan, age 63 born in Scotland
Post Master in Estevan
His son Charles Hastings was Assistant Post Master in 1916

Thomas Hate, residence, 3rd st.
Thomas Halliway Hite? mispelling in directory I think
Well Driller in 1911 and 1921 census, living in Estevan
b- May 13, 1878 in USA
d- Sep 3, 1957

Dr. Henry, residence, 12th ave.
Dr. Andrew Edmund Henry, M.D. C.M.
see my Doctor page

Empire Hotel- 5th st
Grand Union Hotel, 5th st.
International Hotel, 5th st.
Talbot Hotel, 5th st.
See my Hotel Page



A. Jaknbeck, Office
Anton Jacubec, Antoni Jakubec/Jacubik/Jakubek/Jacoubek
b- June 1870 Hungary
d- ?
Immigrated in 1901 per 1911 census, living in Estevan
Left Hamburg Nov 1, 1901 on the SS Silvia for London, age 31
Shown as a Drayman in 1911 in Estevan

Kelly-Skinner Listings



Arthur Kelly, General Store, 4th st., Residence 2nd st.- see my Estevan Hotel page

Marshall Henry King, General Store, 4th st., residence 3rd st.
b- Jun 1858 Downie, Perth, Ontario, Canada
d- 1912 in Estevan

Kinna Bros. Lumber yard on 5th st.
1921- Kinna Lumber Yard
Lumber and Builders Supplies
William Kinna, Proprietor, 1106 5th st, res 2nd st
b- Scotland
William Kinna Jr. , Clerk, res 2nd st

J. Kinna residence
John Edward Kinna
b- May 30, 1892 in Langdon, North Dakota, USA
d- Oct 23, 1956 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, USA
son of William Kinna Sr. and Sarah M. Lindsay
buried in Mission Burial Park, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Richard Claudius Kisbey residence 3rd st.
see Kisbey page

Jacob “Jake” Krivel Livery, 5th st.
b- Mar 2, 1884 in Elizabeth, New Jersey
d- Feb 9, 1948 in his New Clarendon Hotel in Estevan
buried in Winnipeg MB
wife, Flora Krivel, nee Cohen, born in Kiev, Russia.
Jake Krivel came to Dominion City MB in 1906, then 1909, to Estevan, via McTaggart.
Jake operated a livery stable and then a hotel in Estevan.
In 1914 he bought the Clarendon Hotel and Cafe
Jake at one time was Welterweight Champion of New Jersey.
He taught all his boys, Barney, Mickey, and Saul how to defend themselves.
Jake brought the first pro baseball team to Estevan in the 1920's. It was part of the Border League.
Krivel Cres. in Regina named after this family.
Mother- Rose Krivel died Nov 1938
His father Jacob Bear Krivel died May 9, 1909, after which the family left Dominion City MB


C. E. Labranche, residence 2nd st.
Charles Edward LaBranche
Bank Manager in 1911
b- July 1883 in Quebec

J. E. Laughlin & Co., General Store, 3rd st., and residence
James Edwin Loughlin
b- Sept 4, 1871 (on Headstone, and per baptism record) at Kemptville, Ontario
baptized James Edward Loughlin Sept 23, 1871 at Kemptville, ON
d- Aug 22, 1956 at Haileybury, Timiskaming, Ontario
buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Kemptville, Ontario

Ling Lee, restaurant, 5th st.
age 50 in 1911 census, born Aug 1861, in Canton, Kwong Tung, China immigrated in 1906

A. Lenard, Drayman, 5th st.
Arthur Lenard- Lived at 1310 6th st in 1921
b- abt 1881 in Ireland

N. J. Lockhart, Law Office, 12th ave.
N. J. Lockhart, residence, 1st st.
Nathan Joseph Lockhart, Barrister and Solicitor, office at 510 12th ave
b- Feb 16, 1875 at Aylesford, Kings, Nova Scotia, Canada
d- May 20, 1954 at Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada
Buried in Estevan City Cemetery


W. McDonald, Bottling Works, 3rd st.
William McDonald
b- June 1874, Milan, Quebec
d- Nov 16, 1923 at home of Mr. amd Mrs. Dougherty at 921 Valley St in Estevan SK, where he lived from 1920 until he died
Owner of Estevan Bottling Works
He came west in 1901
Spent 2 years in BC before coming to Estevan
He held considerable property in Estevan, when he died, per death notice
Brother was CPR Conductor, Dan McDonald of Moose Jaw
Their parents were born in Scotland

Alexander E. McKay, residence, 3rd st.
Manager of Canadian Investment co. Ltd in 1920-21

A. L. McKay, residence, 5th st.
Alexander Edward? McKay, was a lumber merchant in 1911, agent for Canadian Investment Co. above

McKenzie & Prevost, architects, 4th st.
Harry Emerson McKenzie, many entries for him, use search bar above right
Edward Prevost was a contractor in 1911, see below
Prevost Brothers built International Hotel, they also had a Prevost block near the old Post Office on 4th st. (use search bar)


Mercury Printing, 4th st.
Estevan Mercury newspaper

Estevan Mercury Office on 4th st in 1911
Lot 36 to Lot 37- #1131- Originally built for the “Union Bank of Canada”. Per Historical Tours Booklet it housed the Royal Bank after this, then Bank of Montreal, then Royal Bank again.

J. S. Miller, residence, Main
Never seen Main St in Estevan, other than 4th St is considered Main St.
Joseph Spencer Miller
b- May 1882 in ON
wife- Jessie Miller, b- Jan 1883 in ON

H. A. Mohn, Tailor, 4th st.
Henry Mohr
Shown as Real Estate man in 1911
b- Mar 1863 in Galicia, Austria
wife- Annie Mohr b- Apr 1867 in Hungary per 1911 census

D. Murphy, Implements, 5th st.
Dennis Patrick Murphy, sold to M. L. Clendennan in Feb 1912, Mr Murphy was in business for 7 years
b- Mar 1886 in Ontario
d- Oct 27, 1912 in Estevan
buried in Estevan City Cemetery


W. F. Nichol, residence, 2nd st.
William F. Nichol
b- Mar 19, 1866 in Egremont Township, Grey Co., Ontario, Canada
d- Aug 16, 1947 in Vancouver BC
Buried in Mountain View Cemetery
1906 his family lived at Pinto SK
1911- Homestead Inspector living in Estevan
1916- Sheriff in Estevan
1921- Sherriff for Provincial Government, lived at 1322 2nd st. Estevan
retired as Sherriff ca 1930
Lived in Bienfait when he married Alice Waddington, Mar 2, 1904 at Michel BC
b- Cheshire England
daughter of Samuel Waddington and Anne Waddington, nee Mosely
William's father- Hugh Nichol, b- Scotland
mother- Margaret Fairbairn, b- Scotland

H. Nickleson, Coal Office, 4th st.
H. Nickleson, Mine Office
Henry “Harry” William Nicholson
b- Jan 15, 1887 in Cavalier, Pembina, ND, USA
d- Feb 13, 1982 in Estevan SK
Buried in Souris Valley Memorial Gardens
b- Jan 16, 1888, in Cavalier, Mclean County, ND
Took over the Nicholson Coal Mine, in the valley south of Estevan, started by his father Malcolm Nicholson
He married Laura Bertha McDonald in 1916
b- 1890
d- Mar 31, 1966
daughter of Peter McDonald
Harry was the long serving Mayor of Estevan



J. Partington, Meat Market, 4th st.
In 1906 the McLeod's rented their Meat Business to Joseph Davies (Joe) Partington at Lot 29- Lot 31- #1217 4th st.
Mr. Partington then moved to their new building (1955 map, lot 49) and was the butcher there as well. J. D. Partington
b- Jan 1874 , Reg Dist. Birkenhead, in England
d- Nov 15, 1955, age 81, in Vancouver B.C.
J.D. Partington was a member of the Masons.
and is buried in the Masonic Cemetery, Halifax St, Burnaby BC
He immigrated to Canada in 1887.

W. J. Perkins, Law Office, Main
William James Perkins QC
b- Feb 3, 1884 in Winnipeg Manitoba
d- Mar 12, 1982 in Victoria BC. age 98
Barrister & Solicitor, He was one of the Crown Prosecutors, at the trial of the 13 Miners, involved in the Estevan Riot in 1931.

T. M. Perry, Hardware, 4th st.
T. M. Perry, residence, 2nd st.
Truman Matthew Perry, (use search bar top right for his entries)

Royal Northwest Mounted Police- Barracks, 11th ave.

Ed Prevost, residence, 3rd st.
Edward “Ed” Prevost
Shown as a contractor in 1911
b- July 1878 in Quebec


A. W. Rodgers, Music Store
Albert William Rodgers -use search bar above for more info

Rogers Lumber Co., 5th st

Rooks & Stokes, Jewellers, 4th st.
Lester Rooks, and Lawrence Blake Stokes
Later became “L. B. Stokes Jeweler”, Fine Watch Repairing, owned by Lawrence Blake Stokes

Ed. Rooney, residence, 3rd st.
Edward Rooney Jr.
b- Mar 3, 1878 (per birth registration) in Carelton, Ontario, Canada
d- Oct 10, 1958 in Estevan
Buried in Estevan City Cemetery
Machine Agent in 1911 in Estevan
1917 Rooneys sold Willys-Overland cars in Estevan

M. J. Rooney, Livery, 5th st.
Michael “Mike” John Rooney
b- June 11, 1872 (per birth registration) in Carelton, Ontario, Canada
d- Feb 25, 1949 in Estevan
buried in Estevan City Cemetery
He was shown as an Automobile Agent in 1916 in Estevan


H. N. Scott, Real Estate
Harold Nelson Scott son of Dr. Scott (see my doctor page)

Mrs. M. N. Scott, residence, 3rd st.
Mary Nelson Scott, nee Service, wife of Dr. Ernest Scott (see my doctor page)

W. H. Skinner, residence, 11th Ave.
William Henry Skinner, Town Electrician 1920-21,
(b- 1871- d- Aug 17, 1925)
married to Mary Collison

James Smith- Henry Yardley Listings in Terrace


S- Continued

James Alpin Smith (lots of info on him in the Estevan Section- Use search bar above)

William Percival (Percy) Sparling
Hardware Merchant in 1911 Estevan census
b- Oct 23, 1866 (1871 in attestation form?) in St. Marys, Huron, Ontario
d- Apr 6, 1952 in LA, USA
1st wife- Bertha Jane Shore
2nd wife Minnie Mae Sparling, nee Read, enlisted in WWI living in Carnduff at that time

William Warren Stokes
b- Mar 5, 1875 in Blenheim, Chatham-Kent Municipality, Ontario, Canada
d- Mar 9, 1960 in Marshall County, Indiana, USA
1908 he took out a homestead grant 308814, SE Sec:28, Township:28, Range:14, W3
1911 Census- Jeweller in Estevan
father- Joseph Stokes, mother- Eleanor Miller
wife- Lillian May Stokes nee Langston, in 1911, married Aug 27, 1900 in Chicago IL
wife- Koma Stokes when he died


Albert Milton Taisey (Info on him in the Estevan Section- Use search bar above)




C. West
Charles W. West
b- 1865, age 51 in 1916 in England
d- Jan 8, 1936 in Weyburn
buried in Hillcrest Cemetery, Weyburn
Mr. C. West was a brick manufacturer who was in charge of the brick plant of the Estevan Coal and Brick Co. ltd., for the 1910 year, had severed his connection with the company and moved to Weyburn doing the same job there.
1906 him and his wife in Winnipeg, immigrating in 1906
1916 shown as an accountant at a Law Office in Weyburn
1932 I show a C. West as town clerk in Weyburn
He was Town Clerk in Weyburn from 1920 until he died
He was the town clerk when he died
His wife Euphemia West, nee Walker, b- June 10, 1864 in Blackburn, England, survived him in Weyburn
Charles and his wife immigrated from England in 1905 per 1916 census
His wife died in Victoria BC Oct 3, 1955, where she spent 19 years.

Thomas Henry White
b- Mar 29, 1868 in Ontario, Canada
d- Nov 13, 1956 Vancouver BC, Canada
Miller at the flour mill in 1911 census


Henry Yardley (1st Estevan Mayor- info on him in the Estevan Section- Use search bar above)

Other Toll Offices

Also included on this page, Other Town Telephone Agents shown
Eyebrow- Toll Office- MacDonald Realty Co., Agent

Fillmore- Toll Office- W. M. Banner, Agent

Findlater- Toll Office- George Arnott Machan, Agent
b- ?
d- 1921 in Findlater

Fleming- Toll Office- H. H. Mitchell, Agent

Forget- Toll Office- Michael J. Flood, Agent
b- Aug 1884, Ontario, Butcher in 1911 in Forget

Francis- Toll Office- Donald Mitchell, Agent

Frobisher- Toll Office- John Samuel Riddell, Agent
b-Mar 19, 1864 Middlesex, Ontario, Canada
d- Dec 5, 1937 Frobisher, Saskatchewan, Canada

Froude- Toll Office- John James Kehoe, Agent
Post Master in Froude, 1911 see my Froude page


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