Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada



 

Notizen: Wikipedia 2015:
Irvine is a hamlet in Alberta, Canada within Cypress County. It is located approximately 35 kilometres (22 mi) east of Medicine Hat on Highway 1 and has an elevation of 763 metres (2,503 ft). The hamlet is located in census division No. 1 and in the federal riding of Medicine Hat.
History:
The vast prairies were home to the Cree and other indigenous groups who traversed the area in and around the nearby Cypress Hills, following the routes of the bison. By 1870, the bison were all but gone. The Palliser Expedition passed through the region in 1859. Métis settled in the hills during the mid-1860s, and the Cypress Hills Massacre occurred in 1873.
A settlement developed around a trading post, and became known as 20 Mile Post - 20 miles from the next trading post at Medicine Hat. It later was renamed Irvine in honour of Colonel A. Irvine, a commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police who served with General F.D. Middleton during the North-West Rebellion of 1885.
In early May 1883, the push was on to complete the Canadian Pacific Railway line from just east of Walsh to Medicine Hat. Crews of gandy dancers worked hard, building the rail line through 20 Mile Post, and reaching Medicine Hat on May 31. Trains brought Europeans with high hopes for their futures to the area. Today, lengthy freight trains roll through Irvine in the blink of an eye.
Many German-Russian settlers homesteaded in the area and some of their descendants remain in and around Irvine to this day. The century-old St. George's Parish Cemetery bares evidence of this history.
Prior to September 1, 1905, the community was within the jurisdiction of the Assiniboia District of the Northwest Territories. It then became part of the Province of Alberta.
Irvine was once a thriving community, complete with an elected mayor and town council, several churches, businesses, etc. Several grain elevators once thrust their lofty towers to the sky. Blacksmith shops were kept busy making and repairing equipment for local ranchers and farmers. Agriculture is the mainstay of the district's economy. Over the decades, however, the demographic changed and the town dissolved into a hamlet within Cypress County. The old town office building is on the main street.

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Geburt

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   Nachname, Taufnamen    Geburt    Personen-Kennung 
1 Deibert, Benjamin  1910Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I170051
2 Derheim, Albert  8 Jan 1911Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140872
3 Derheim, Bertha  12 Apr 1913Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I170789
4 Derheim, Emil  25 Aug 1908Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I170787
5 Derheim, Reuben  7 Nov 1914Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I170790
6 Jans, Martha  18 Jul 1919Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140892
7 Kalmbach, Hilda Pearl  28 Jul 1909Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I179342
8 Kalmbach, Ida Marie  2 Jan 1903Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I179326
9 Kalmbach, Mathilda  2 Sep 1904Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I179331
10 Kalmbach, Olinda  9 Jul 1906Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I179339
11 Knodel, Esther  20 Sep 1923Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I138827
12 Lehr, Bertha  17 Mrz 1904Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I19164
13 Lehr, Emil S.  11 Mrz 1908Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I19167
14 Lehr, Gideon  15 Mrz 1906Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I19165
15 Leno, Theodore  20 Mrz 1906Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I169713
16 Pahl, Clarence  21 Feb 1925Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I134427
17 Patzer, Remona Joy  15 Apr 1931Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I169755
18 Quenzer, Clara  28 Nov 1905Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I8622
19 Schneider, Edwin  6 Nov 1908Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I138780
20 Sept, Emma  27 Mrz 1906Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I89731
21 Sulz, Emil  14 Nov 1910Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140891
22 Sulz, John George  3 Okt 1914Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140894
23 Sulz, Karl Jr.  28 Apr 1919Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140896
24 Vossler, Elsie  1920Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140804
25 Vossler, Emma  1912Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140801
26 Vossler, Fred  19 Okt 1905Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140793
27 Vossler, Frederick  26 Dez 1926Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140828
28 Vossler, Hannah  3 Sep 1904Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140842
29 Vossler, Jacob  17 Nov 1907Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I140795
30 Weiss, William Alfred  11 Feb 1914Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I203016

Gestorben

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   Nachname, Taufnamen    Gestorben    Personen-Kennung 
1 Amann, Philipp  23 Dez 1917Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I84529
2 Bollinger, Friedrich  16 Jun 1941Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I89632
3 Broneske, Theresa  6 Mai 1926Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I179312
4 Deibert, Benjamin  1910Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I170051
5 Dörr, Karl  Nov 1929Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I56847
6 Kalmbach, Samuel  29 Aug 1922Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I179325
7 Schlaht, Friedrich  4 Apr 1905Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada I44661

Verheiratet

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   Familie    Verheiratet    Familien-Kennung 
1 Brandt / Bohnet  Jan 1898Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada F38032
2 Hildebrandt / Kalmbach  15 Feb 1923Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada F59592
3 Rath / Vossler  3 Dez 1925Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada F46079
4 Schneider / Vossler  1916Irvine, Division No.1, Alberta, Canada F45445