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Bon Homme, a [[Hutterian Brethren (Hutterische Brüder)|Hutterite]] [[Bruderhof|Bruderhof]] five miles (eight km) southwest of Benard, [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], founded in 1918 by Preacher Joseph Waldner and 14 families from the [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Tabor, South Dakota, USA)|Bon Homme Bruderhof]] near Tabor, [[South Dakota (USA)|South Dakota]]. The move to [[Canada|Canada]] was made because Canada promised freedom from military service to [[Conscientious Objection|conscientious objectors]]. Joseph Waldner died in 1934. In 1929 Michael Waldner and in 1934 Joseph Wollmann were chosen to the ministry. In 1947 this colony had a total of 180 souls, 72 being baptized members.
 
Bon Homme, a [[Hutterian Brethren (Hutterische Brüder)|Hutterite]] [[Bruderhof|Bruderhof]] five miles (eight km) southwest of Benard, [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], founded in 1918 by Preacher Joseph Waldner and 14 families from the [[Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Tabor, South Dakota, USA)|Bon Homme Bruderhof]] near Tabor, [[South Dakota (USA)|South Dakota]]. The move to [[Canada|Canada]] was made because Canada promised freedom from military service to [[Conscientious Objection|conscientious objectors]]. Joseph Waldner died in 1934. In 1929 Michael Waldner and in 1934 Joseph Wollmann were chosen to the ministry. In 1947 this colony had a total of 180 souls, 72 being baptized members.
  
In 2012 Bon Homme Colony was a Schmiedeleut Group 2 colony. The leading minister was Clifford Waldner and the manager was Albert Waldner.
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In 2012 Bon Homme Colony was a Schmiedeleut Group 2 colony.  
  
 
Daughter colonies of Bon Homme Colony include [[Cascade Hutterite Colony (MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada)|Cascade Hutterite Colony]] (MacGregor, Manitoba), [[Glendale Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota, USA)|Glendale Hutterite Colony]] (Frankfort, South Dakota), [[Grand Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Grand Hutterite Colony]] (Oakville, Manitoba), [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Hayfield, Manitoba, Canada)|Newdale Hutterite Colony]] (Brandon, Manitoba), and [[Waldheim Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Waldheim Hutterite Colony]] (Elie, Manitoba).
 
Daughter colonies of Bon Homme Colony include [[Cascade Hutterite Colony (MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada)|Cascade Hutterite Colony]] (MacGregor, Manitoba), [[Glendale Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota, USA)|Glendale Hutterite Colony]] (Frankfort, South Dakota), [[Grand Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba, Canada)|Grand Hutterite Colony]] (Oakville, Manitoba), [[Newdale Hutterite Colony (Hayfield, Manitoba, Canada)|Newdale Hutterite Colony]] (Brandon, Manitoba), and [[Waldheim Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)|Waldheim Hutterite Colony]] (Elie, Manitoba).
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'''Address''': Box 10, Elie, MB R0H 0H0
 
'''Address''': Box 10, Elie, MB R0H 0H0
 
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'''Phone''': 204-267-2259
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'''Switchboard Phone''': 204-267-2659
 
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== Managers and Ministers ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Manager !! Minister !! Years
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| Peter Stahl || Sam Stahl || 2006
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| Albert Waldner || Clifford Waldner || 2015
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| Albert Waldner || Clifford Waldner || 2017
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= Maps =
 
= Maps =
 
[[Map:Bon Homme Hutterite Colony, Elie, Manitoba|Map:Bon Homme Hutterite Colony, Elie, Manitoba]]
 
[[Map:Bon Homme Hutterite Colony, Elie, Manitoba|Map:Bon Homme Hutterite Colony, Elie, Manitoba]]
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[[Category:Hutterite Colonies]]
 
[[Category:Hutterite Colonies]]
 
[[Category:Manitoba Hutterite Colonies]]
 
[[Category:Manitoba Hutterite Colonies]]
 
[[Category:Canadian Hutterite Colonies]]
 
[[Category:Canadian Hutterite Colonies]]

Revision as of 23:19, 11 September 2017

Bon Homme, a Hutterite Bruderhof five miles (eight km) southwest of Benard, Manitoba, founded in 1918 by Preacher Joseph Waldner and 14 families from the Bon Homme Bruderhof near Tabor, South Dakota. The move to Canada was made because Canada promised freedom from military service to conscientious objectors. Joseph Waldner died in 1934. In 1929 Michael Waldner and in 1934 Joseph Wollmann were chosen to the ministry. In 1947 this colony had a total of 180 souls, 72 being baptized members.

In 2012 Bon Homme Colony was a Schmiedeleut Group 2 colony.

Daughter colonies of Bon Homme Colony include Cascade Hutterite Colony (MacGregor, Manitoba), Glendale Hutterite Colony (Frankfort, South Dakota), Grand Hutterite Colony (Oakville, Manitoba), Newdale Hutterite Colony (Brandon, Manitoba), and Waldheim Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba).

Additional Information

Location: Elie, Manitoba (coordinates: 49.8719, -97.8886 [49˚ 52′ 18″ N, 97˚ 53′ 18″ W])

Address: Box 10, Elie, MB R0H 0H0 March 2013 Switchboard Phone: 204-267-2659

Managers and Ministers

Manager Minister Years
Peter Stahl Sam Stahl 2006
Albert Waldner Clifford Waldner 2015
Albert Waldner Clifford Waldner 2017

Maps

Map:Bon Homme Hutterite Colony, Elie, Manitoba


Author(s) David Decker
Richard D. Thiessen
Date Published September 2017


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Decker, David and Richard D. Thiessen. "Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. September 2017. Web. 19 Oct 2017. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bon_Homme_Hutterite_Colony_(Elie,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=154272.

APA style

Decker, David and Richard D. Thiessen. (September 2017). Bon Homme Hutterite Colony (Elie, Manitoba, Canada). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 19 October 2017, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Bon_Homme_Hutterite_Colony_(Elie,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=154272.




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