Seven Persons is a hamlet in Alberta, Canada within Cypress County. It was founded by Cyril Ogston in the 19th century. It was part of the great migration of Mormons leaving the United States in an attempt for religious freedom as the United States created laws that did not let them practice polygamy, a part of their religion at the time.The hamlet is named after the Seven Persons Creek, a small creek which runs alongside it, northeast through Medicine Hat and into the South Saskatchewan River. According to local literature, the hamlet’s strange name was the butt of many good-natured jokes told by bus drivers and train conductors passing through the area. For example: “If you are from Seven Persons, where are the other six?” “I see two of you, so the place must be called Five Persons today.”
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