Fonds 1988.01 - STEEN FAMILY fonds

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CA CPA 1988.01

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  • 1903-1926 (Creation)

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5 pp. of textual records

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Milton Edward Steen (1893-1977) was a farmer in the Stinson district of Manitoba. He was born near Gregg, Manitoba and died in Carberry. His parents were Annie Jane Irwin ([1860]-1929) and William Steen and he had a sister Matilda and two others. He married Mary Eva Cowell (1897-1969) in 1919. He was Chair for the Gregg Rink, Pathmaster for the Rural Municipality of North Cypress for sixteen years, and was on the Fair Board, Carberry Plains Cemetery Board, and Gregg Cemetery. Further biographical information is unknown. Matilda Jane Steen (1894-1963) was a nurse in Manitoba. She was born in Gregg, Manitoba and died in [Carberry]. Her parents were Annie Jane Irwin ([1860]-1929) and William Steen and she had a brother Milton and two other sisters. She was educated at Stinson School, and graduated from the St. Boniface Hospital School of Nursing in 1919. She married James L. Lawson in 1924. Further biographical information is unknown. Annie Jane (Irwin) Steen ([1860]-1929) was a farmer in the Gregg district of Manitoba. She was born in [Toronto] and died in [Carberry]. She was active in the Methodist Church, Ladies Aid, and Women's Missionary Society. Mary Eva (Cowell) Steen (1897-1969) was a farmer in the Stinson district of Manitoba. She was born in Petrel, Manitoba and died in [Carberry]. She married Milton E. Steen in 1919. She was active in the Kerfoot and Carberry churches.

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Records have been transferred to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1988 by the Carberry Plains Museum.

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Fonds consists of five certificates: Manitoba Sunday School Association Certificates of Merit from Kerfoot Methodist Church (1904) for Milton and Matilda, Roll of Honor Certificates of Kerfoot Methodist Sunday School (1903) for Milton and Annie Jane, Kerfoot Sunday School Attendance Diploma (1926) for Mary Eva.

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