[[sask:towns:estevan:streets:1st:1100blk]]



First St. / 1 St.
Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada

Note- Lot, is Legal Lot Number, for Tax and Registration Purposes, used in Conjunction with the Legal Block Number
# is the Civic Mailing Address of each lot, or combination of Lots, in some cases.

I will be adding historical photos and descriptions of Residences on this block, if applicable.

North Side, East to West- (Odd Numbered Lots)

Block 60A, Lot 23 and 24.

Lot 23- Part of #1118 2nd St address- School Playground.
Lot 24- #109 12th Ave.- St. John the Baptist Catholic Church

South Side, West to East-(Even Numbered Lots)

Block 68, Lot 1-10, #1138-#1102, 1st st.

Lot 1- #1138
Lot 2- #1134
Lot 3- #1130
Lot 4- #1126
Lot 5- #1122 1st st.- Arthur George Garrish family lived here in 1921, Chartered Accountant, b-Jan 19,1879 in Edgbaston, King's Norton Reg. Dist. Worcestershire, England, d-Sept 20, 1963 in Vancouver BC, age 84. He immigrated in spring of 1902 to Saskatoon first. wife- Violet Hilda Lancaster Garrish, nee Ross, b-1884 in England, d- July 9, 1976 in Vancouver, age 92. She Immigrated in 1907, daughter of John Thomas Ross, an Engineer, They married June 17, 1907, St Barnabas, Dulwich, England, He was living in Lloydminster SK, when he married. They had 5 children, Irene Constance Garrish, Harold George Garrish, Violet Gertrude Garrish, Evelyn Mary Garrish, and son Arthur Ross Garrish, all born in SK., Served as City Councillor, Arthur George Garrish became Mayor of Estevan 1924-1925 . Parents- John Thomas Garrish and Rosa Jane Butler. His father was a Journalist when Arthur was born. Arthur served in the East Surrey Regiment, Regimental Number 211. He served in the South African, 2nd Boer War, discharged in June 1901. Garrish Place in Estevan named after him. He was a member of the Rev. Barr Colonists with his brother Julian. Came to Estevan in 1914. Became Sec-Treasurer of the Sask., Coal, Brick, and Power Co., Sec. of RM of Estevan #5, ca 1922. Stock Holder in the Estevan Progress Newspaper, until it was sold. He owned shares in a Shipyard in Vancouver, and was the reason he went there. He was actually Post Master at Shand SK., in May-Oct 1916.
Lot 6- #1118
Lot 7- #1114
Lot 8- #1110
Lot 9- #1106
Lot 10-#1102

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