Lampman, Saskatchewan, Canada

Founded as a Village, Sept. 13, 1910.
Incorporated as a Town, June 1st, 1963

Located at Section 16, Township 5, Range 6, W2

Latitude- 49º 22' 58“ N
Longitude- 102º 45' 28” W

Elevation 1947 ft

Located on the Canadian National Railroad in 1927

Part of My Dad's 1927 Map of this area

Elevator, Post Office, Telegraph Office, School, and Gas Station in 1927

Coal Mine, 8 miles North of Lampman
Farmer's Coal Mining Company

It was named for Canadian Poet Archibald Lampman,
b- Nov 17, 1861, Morpeth ON
d- Feb 10, 1899, Ottawa, ON
He was one of the Confederation Poets

Post Office History
S0C 1N0
Federal Electoral District: Moose Mountain (SK)
Office Opened May 1, 1910
Section 16, Township 5, Range 6, W2

Postmaster Information:

Name of Postmaster Military Status Date of Birth Date of
Date of
Cause of Vacancy
A. C. Williams 1910-05-01 1911-02 Non-residence of Postmaster
G. R. Uptigrove 1911-05-01 1912-06-25 Resignation
Ernest Leach Dec,1880 1912-08-02 1939-02 Death
Miss Dorothea Leach 1939-02-22 Acting
Miss Dorothea Leach 1939-05-01 1945-01-01
Miss Sybil Leach 1945-03-01 Acting
John Andrew Wingert OAS 1945-05-01 1948-08-26
James Henry Third OAS 1948-10-09 Acting
James Henry Third OAS 1948-12-29 1973-12-03 Retirement
Mrs. Marlene H. Ulrich 1973-10-12
G. A. Verbeke 1973-11-06 1977-04-01 Promoted
Mrs. Marlene H. Ulrich 1977-03-31

Disclaimer- this reproduction is NOT represented as an official version of the materials reproduced,
nor as having been made in affiliation with, or with the endorsement of the National Archives of Canada.
The source of this material is the National Archives of Canada

External Links
Please note- Not my sites
Links may or may not work

Town of Lampman - Facebook

Lampman Recreation

Lampman School

History Book
Poet's Corner.”
Lampman & District History Book Committee, Lampman, Sask. 1982.
Lampman and District and the RM of Browning
Including the hamlet of Browning, Steelman and the village of Willmar,
And the School Districts of Cateville, Cote, Crystal, Enniskillan, Erin, Glasston,
Idlewilde, Lampman, Morrisville, Rockland, Roseleigh, Sinclair, Weir Hill, Willmar and Yankee

History Book Lookups here
note- I DO NOT have this book!

Located on the Grand Trunk Railroad / CNR /

Regina-Boundary Branch Line

GTPR Regina Boundary Branch Line

And most important of all, the birth place of my favourite teacher, Mr. Douglas Third

Originally Created Sept 7, 2011**


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