Oakley

Oakley, Saskatchewan, Canada

Located 11 miles North of Carnduff, on the CPR
Section 22, Township 4, Range 33, W1
1895- It contained one Post Office and 1 Store, population of 100

Oakley Post Office History

Office Name: Oakley
Electoral District: Assiniboia (Saskatchewan)

Established- May 1, 1893
Closed- Aug 31, 1917

Additional Information: Sec.22, Twp.4, R.33, W1 - 1893-05-01
Source: PSFDS03-(10682)
Item Number: 20135

Name of Postmaster Date of Appointment Date of Vacancy Cause of Vacancy
James C. Harding 1893-05-01 1897-06-16 Resignation
James Moreland Dill 1897-10-01 1917-08-31 Closed

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Postmaster Bios

James C. Harding
b- ?
d- ?
Between census so hard to track him down.

James Moreland Dill
b- May 1, 1857 age 49 in 1906 in Ireland
d- 1948 in Oxbow, SK
Immigrated in 1882
son of Rev Samuel Marcus Dill and Anna Harrison Moreland
married to Sarah Dill, nee Adams Aug 15, 1888, b- July 31, 1869, age 37 in 1906 in Peel, ON
d- July 14, 1959 North Cowichan, BC
her mother was M.A. Adams, age 62 in 1906, living with them in Oakley, shown as “mother”. son- James Dill
b- Jan 30, 1890 in SK (ON?)
d-
son- Samuel Dill
b- Nov 24, 1894 in SK (ON?)
d-
daughter- Lilian Victoria Dill
b- July 25, 1899 on Section 22, Township 4, Range 33, W1
d-

Misc

William Cowie- Apr 16, 1899- Appointed Commissioner for taking Affidavits, located in Oakley, Assiniboia


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