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Rosenort is an unincorporated community recognized as a local urban district in Manitoba located about 17 kilometres from Morris and about 47 kilometres south of Winnipeg. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Morris which had a population of 3,047 inhabitants in 2016. The location is named after a Mennonite village in Imperial Russia. The name means "Village of Roses" or "Place of Roses" in German. A post office was located on 32-5-1E and was opened in 1899. Rosenort has a K-12 school that is a part of the Red River Valley School Division.

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  • Rosenort is an unincorporated community recognized as a local urban district in Manitoba located about 17 kilometres from Morris and about 47 kilometres south of Winnipeg. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Morris which had a population of 3,047 inhabitants in 2016. The location is named after a Mennonite village in Imperial Russia. The name means "Village of Roses" or "Place of Roses" in German. A post office was located on 32-5-1E and was opened in 1899. Rosenort has a K-12 school that is a part of the Red River Valley School Division.
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  • Rosenort is an unincorporated community recognized as a local urban district in Manitoba located about 17 kilometres from Morris and about 47 kilometres south of Winnipeg. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Morris which had a population of 3,047 inhabitants in 2016. The location is named after a Mennonite village in Imperial Russia. The name means "Village of Roses" or "Place of Roses" in German. A post office was located on 32-5-1E and was opened in 1899. Rosenort has a K-12 school that is a part of the Red River Valley School Division. Rosenort was established in 1874 after David Klassen, a Mennonite delegate and signer of the Privilegium decided to establish a settlement along what is now called the Morris River rather than settle in the nearby East Reserve. The area became known the Scratching River Settlement. The community was settled by 31 Plautdietsch-speaking families of Mennonites of Dutch descent, who came from Chortitza Colony in the Russian Empire. Until today Rosenort is inhabited by people with typical Mennonite names like Friesen, Loewen, Dueck/Dyck, Rempel, Kroeker, Siemens, Reimer, Klassen, Thiessen, Toews, Waldner etc.
  • Rosenort is an unincorporated community recognized as a local urban district in Manitoba located about 17 kilometres from Morris and about 47 kilometres south of Winnipeg. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Morris which had a population of 3,047 inhabitants in 2016. The location is named after a Mennonite village in Imperial Russia. The name means "Village of Roses" or "Place of Roses" in German. A post office was located on 32-5-1E and was opened in 1899. Rosenort has a K-12 school that is a part of the Red River Valley School Division. Rosenort was established in 1874 after David Klassen, a Mennonite delegate and signer of the Privilegium decided to establish a settlement along what is now called the Morris River rather than settle in the nearby East Reserve. The area became known the Scratching River Settlement. The community was settled by 31 Plautdietsch-speaking families of Mennonites of Dutch descent, who came from the in the Russian Empire. Rosenort still has families from original settlers with surnames such as Friesen, Loewen, Dueck, Rempel, Kroeker, Siemens, Thiessen, Klassen, Toews etc.
  • Rosenort is an unincorporated community recognized as a local urban district in Manitoba located about 17 kilometres from Morris and about 47 kilometres south of Winnipeg. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Morris which had a population of 3,047 inhabitants in 2016. The location is named after a Mennonite village in Imperial Russia. The name means "Village of Roses" or "Place of Roses" in German. A post office was located on 32-5-1E and was opened in 1899. Rosenort has a K-12 school that is a part of the Red River Valley School Division. Rosenort is the best town ever. There are lots of amazing people who live in Rosenort. Specifically, Kalia Siemens, Rachel Loewen and Ariana Kruse. We are the best.... :) Rosenort was established in 1874 after David Klassen, a Mennonite delegate and signer of the Privilegium decided to establish a settlement along what is now called the Morris River rather than settle in the nearby East Reserve. The area became known the Scratching River Settlement. The community was settled by 31 Plautdietsch-speaking families of Mennonites of Dutch descent, who came from the in the Russian Empire. Rosenort still has families from original settlers with surnames such as Friesen, Loewen, Dueck, Rempel, Kroeker, Siemens, Thiessen, Klassen, Toews etc.
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