The Early Families of Liberty

For Information about this area see Municipal District of Liberty

This is the beginning of a list of early Families in the Municipal District of Liberty.

(Last name in bold, First Names, Arrival Date, From Where, Source)

Alpaugh, 1896 from South Edmonton (1)
Anderson, L.O, 1904 from Minnesota(1)
Armstrong from Ireland (1)
Barker from Michigan (1)
Bennett from Britain (1)
Bigus, Fred and Mary, 1901 from Poland (1)
Blomquist, Carl J., 1895 from South Dakota (1)
Blondheim from Michigan (1)
Bostrom (1)
Buckell, March 1895 from Kansas (1)
Burns, John, 1896 from Kansas (1)
Coates from Ireland (1)
Chren (1)
Clifford from Britain (1)
Dahlquist, Pete and Anna, 1895 from North Dakota  (1)
Demuynck, Emil, 1914 from Flanders, Belgium (1)
DeRosie from Ontario (1)
Dilly from Michigan (1)
Dixon, Ole and Andrew, 1903 (1)
Dunbar, David, 1911 (1)
Duncan, 1896 from Kansas (1)
Dobko, Dmytro, 1918 from Leduc (1)
Earl, Pat, 1898 from Ontario (1)
Ekstromn, Olaf, 1904 from Minnesota (1)
Engberg (1)
English, John and Bridget, 1896 from Kansas (1)
Erickson, Andrew, prior to 1902 (1)
Erickson, Eric and Pauline from South Dakota (1)
Evenson (1)
Falk, Adolph, 1899 from North Dakota (1)
Faulkner, Alfred Ensley, after 1902 from Nova Scotia (1)
Ferris, Irving, 1899 from Michigan (1)
Fetherston from Montreal (1)
Forbes, Hugh and parents, 1903 from Harrison, Ontario (1)
Fraser, 1896 from Kansas (1)
Fredrickson, from North Dakota (1)
Frensen (1)
Griffith from Kansas, who lost their home and all their belongings in a fire in the winter of 1895-96 (1)
Grant, Fred, 1903 from Ontario (1)
Halwa, Frank and Rose, 1897 from Poland (1)
Hanas, Stephen, in 1925 from Austria (1)
Hamilton, Hiram & Elmira, from Michigan (1)
Harrish, Nick, 1908 from Poland (1)
Hoffman, Joe, after 1912, from Edmonton (ran a store in Calmar) (1)
Howard from Illinois (1)
Humble from Michigan (1)
Imray from Britain (1)
Iwanika, John, 1910 from Austria (1)
Kuta, Tom, 1902 from Poland (1)
Hamilton, Hiram, 1899 from Michigan (1)
Kennedy, William, 1899 from Michigan (1)
Kirkpatrick from Michigan (1)
Kvarnberg, Andrew, Eric, Emil etc, 1905 from Sweden (1)
Lambert, Jack (1)
Lindberg, Andrew 1898 from Hoffman, Minnesota (1)
Lindstrom (1)
MacDonald, Tom, 1907 (1)
McEwen, John from Kansas (1)
Melin (1)
Moberg (1)
Mollison, Pete, 1908 from Ontario (1)
Moulson from Michigan (1)
Mundy, Jim (1)
Ohrn, Eric 1900 from South Dakota (1)
Olson (1)
Piggot, Ben, 1904 from Seattle (1)
Popowich, Egnat (elder step-brother to Fred) (1)
Popowich, Fred, 1910 from Jaroslaw, Poland (1)
Popowich, Nick, 1911 from Poland (brother to Fred) (1)
Popowich, Steve (nephew to Fred) (1)
Pearson, Augusta, 1899 from South Dakota (1)
Pederson from Michigan (1)
Phillips, George and Alex, 1899 from Minnesota (1)
Pinkoski, John, 1905 from Jaruslaw, Poland (1)
Postle, March 1895 from Kansas (1)
Quick from Michigan (1)
Rapp, 1903 from Nebraska (1)
Rath from Michigan (1)
Richmond from Michigan (1)
Rogers, Milo (1)
Ronn (1)
Rosebush from Michigan (1)
Ross, Harold and Fred from England (1)
Rowell from Michigan (1)
Reed, March 1895 from Kansas (1)
Richards from Britain (1)
Samuel (1)
Sandstrom, O., 1899 from North Dakota (1)
Sank, Michael Alexander and his father, 1902 from Pryemysl, Poland (1)
Sangster, Jack A., 1899 from Michigan. First Post Office west of Leduc in 1900 (1)
Saunders from Missouri (1)
Schantz from Ontario (1)
Schomberg from Minnesota on 12-49-27 W4 (1)
Simonton, James and Mary from Kansas (1)
Spaulding from Michigan (1)
Sparrowhawk, 1896 from Kansas (1)
Stout, Clarence from Kansas (son of Mary Simonton) (1)
Sych, Gabriel and Kate, 1905 from Austria (1)
Sych, John, 1889 from Austria (1)
Sych, Mike, 1905 from Austria (1)
Swart from Kansas (1)
Thompson, 1896 from Kansas (1)
Trumpour from Michigan (1)
Van Alstyne, Jim and Mary, 1898 from Ontario
Walton from Michigan (1)
Westermark (Vestermark) Maurits, Nora, Almar, 1927 from Sweden
Westlin, William and parents, 1900 from North Dakota (1)
Westlund, Eric, 1899 from Minnesota. (1)
Westlund, Andrew, 1898 from Rutland, North Dakota (1)
Wickstrom, Sigismund and Hulda, after 1901 from Sorsele, Vaserboten, Sweden (1)
Wilkerson, March 1895 from Kansas (1)
Woitas, Harry, 1908 from the Ukraine (1)
Workun, John J., 1906 from Austria (1)
Wood from Ireland (1)
Wyss, 1896 from Kansas (1)
Youman from Michigan (1)

Sources: (1) Pioneer Reflections

More information about these families can be found at:

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