|Village of Kisbey|
|Post office Founded||N/A|
|• Mayor||John Houston|
|• Administrator||Judy Graham|
|• Governing body||Kisbey Village Council|
|• Total||2.77 km2 (1.07 sq mi)|
|• Density||78.3/km2 (203/sq mi)|
|Postal code||S0C 1L0|
The village took its name from Richard Claude Kisbey (d. 1941), an Irish immigrant who settled in Estevan.
Last modified on 9 May 2013, at 09:51
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- "Richard C. Kisbey dies at Estevan", Regina Leader Post (Dec. 1941). "Estevan, Sask., Dec. 9 - A well known figure in south Saskatchewan, Richard Claude Kisbey, dies Sunday morning at his home in Estevan. He had been in ailing health for some months. Mr. Kisbey came from Ireland as a young man, and took up land near the town of Kisbey which bears his name."
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