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Saskatchewan Homestead Index (Canada). The Saskatchewan Homestead Index is a file locator database to the homestead files at the Saskatchewan Archives. It contains 360,000 references to those men and women who, from 1872 to 1930, under the terms of the Dominion Lands Act, took part in the homestead process in the area now known as Saskatchewan. Also included are those who bought or sold North West Métis or South African scrip or received soldier grants after World War One.

1906 Census of the Northwest Provinces (Canada) : In order to track the high rates of population growth in western Canada, the Canadian government called for a special census of the prairie provinces (Manitoba, and the two newly created provinces of Saskatchewan, and Alberta). Through this research tool you can access digitized images of original census returns, which recorded the names of family members, their sex, marital status, year of immigration to Canada, post office address, etc. As this is not a nominally-indexed database, it is not searchable by family name. This search tool allows researchers to search by Province, District Name, District Number, and Sub-district Number.

Index to the 1906 Census of the Northwest Provinces (Canada.) An ongoing transcription project.

1906 Census Saskatchewan North District 17 (Canada)

Index to the 1911 Census of Canada : Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Surnames. Submitted surnames to get in touch with others working on the same genealogy.

Saskatchewan Cemeteries Project. Hundreds of cemetery transcriptions currently online.

Canadian Prairie Provinces Historical Newspaper Search. Search English and French historical newspapers from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

Report of Admissions at the Port of Gretna, Manitoba for the Months of April, 1910 to February, 1911. Almost all of the people were arriving from various midwestern US states, and on their way to several places in Saskatchewan. A very few actually stayed in Manitoba. A few were arriving directly from Europe. Almost all were travelling by rail.

Saskatchewan Mennonite Cemetery Finding Aid. A free database of rural Mennonite cemeteries located in the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada.

Saskatchewan And Its People (Canada). Free online edition of this book in three volumes by John Hawkes, Legislative Librarian, published in 1924.

Pioneers & Prominent People of Saskatchewan, Canada

McPhillips' alphabetical and business directory of the district of Saskatchewan 1888

10th Canadian Mounted Rifles, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Reinforcing Drafts, Nominall Roll 1917 : The 10th Regiment, Canadian Mounted Rifles were raised 15 March 1915 in Regina and Portage La Prairie, SK from the 22nd Saskatchewan Light Horse.

Canada's South Saskatchewan Regiment - Nominal Roll - March 1942 (archived Web page).

Canada's South Saskatchewan Regiment - Nominal Roll - Members who moved from Toronto on 13 Dec 1940 and set sail from Halifax on the Penland on 16 Dec. landing in Gourock scotland on 25 Dec 1940 (archived Web page).

Casualty List, South Saskatchewan Regiment, 1939-45 (archived Web page).

Midwife-Assisted Births, Alberta & Saskatchewan, 1903-15. A list of births taken from the diary of a midwife, Susanna Giesbrecht (nee Goertzen). The entries were translated from their original German into English.

Misc. Northwest Territories Deaths 1878-1886. Abstracted from The Dominion Annual Register and Review (includes Saskatchewan and Alberta).

Métis National Council Historical Online Database. Includes census records 1881, 1891 and 1901; Northwest Scrip; and Manitoba Affidavit. The database covers what is now Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

Notable Saskatchewan women 1905-1980 (Free digitized book) : Published by Saskatchewan Labour, Women's Division, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1980.

Known and Suspected Zichydorfers in Saskatchewan, Canada. Zichydorf is an Hungarian village where about 85% to 90% of the population were German Catholics : Surnames A-K, Surnames L-Z

Known and suspected Zichydorfers in the 1901 Census of Canada - Southern Saskatchewan.

Western Canada Baseball Players 1949-1961

Misc. St. Joseph's Colony Records. St. Joseph's Colony is located in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada on the border of the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. It was settled by German Catholic immigrants who left the USA and headed for Canada.

CAN-SK-CEMETERIES Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information, location, and other matters directly related to cemeteries in Saskatchewan, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Abernethy (Rural Municpality No. 186)

    Dance on the Bridge : A History of Abernethy and Area (Saskatchewan, Canada). Free online edition of this book by the Abernethy Heritage Association. Includes a 275 page family histories section.


  • Alford (Village)

    As We Remember Alford (Saskatchewan, Canada). Free online edition of this book published by the Alford Community Club in 1965.


  • Archerwill (Village)

    Lakeside Cemetery, Archerwill, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Asquith (Town)

    The Asquith record (Saskatchewan). Free images online of this book published by the Asquith and District Historical Society in 1982. Includes a section on family histories.


  • Battleford (Town)

    Battleford Region, Saskatchewan, Canada Obituaries


  • Benson (Rural Municpality No. 35)

    Rural Municpality of Benson #35 Saskatchewan, Canada : Landau district, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church Cemetery


  • Biggar (Town)

    Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada : Biggar's First Citizens Biographies. From Biggar World Volume 1, No. 1, August 19th, 1909.

    The Independent, Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada Alphabetical Obituary Index 2000


  • Big Stick (Rural Municpality No. 141)

    Misc. Cemetery Transcriptions, Rural Municipality of Big Stick #141, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Blaine Lake (Town)

    Bridging the years : era of Blaine Lake and district, 1790-1980 (Saskatchewan, Canada). Free online edition of this book published by the Blaine Lake & District History Book Committee in 1984. Contains several family histories.


  • Bulyea (Village in the Rural Municipality of McKillop No. 220)

    Obituaries of residents & former residents of Bulyea, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Craik (Rural Municpality No. 222)

    Craik : friendliest place by a dam site (Saskatchewan, Canada). Free online edition of this book published in 1985 containing a 560 page family history section.


  • Craven

    Obituaries of residents & former residents of Craven, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Deer Forks (Rural Municpality No. 232)

    Misc Cemetery Transcriptions, Rural Municipality of Deer Forks #232, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Drake (Village)

    Misc. Drake, Saskatchewan Obituaries & Death Notices


  • Duck Lake (Rural Municipality No. 463)

    Claims to land in St. Louis de Langevin, St. Laurent or Batoche, and Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada (1885). Detailed report upon all claims to land and right to participate in the North-West Half-Breed Grant by settlers along the South Saskatchewan and vicinity, west of Range 26, W. 2nd Meridian, being the settlements commonly known as St. Louis de Langevin, St. Laurent or Batoche, and Duck Lake.

    Saint-Michel de Duck-Lake: épreuves et progrès d'une école indienne durant un demi-siècle, 1894-1944. A history of the Indian school of Duck Lake, Saskatchewan. The appendix lists the religious personnel of the school since its foundation, the first pupils of the school, and former students who enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force.


  • Dundurn (Rural Municipality No. 314)

    Métis Round Prairie Cemetery, Rural Municipality of Dundurn Number 314


  • Emerald (City, Rural Municipality No. 277)

    Stone Church Cemetery, Rural Municipality of Emerald, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Enterprise (City, Rural Municipality No. 142)

    Misc. Cemetery Transcriptions, Rural Municipality of Enterprise #142, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Estevan (City, Rural Municipality No. 5)

    City Cemetery and Souris Valley Memorial Gardens, Estevan and vicinity, Saskatchewan.


  • Eyebrow (Rural Municipality No. 193)

    Brownlee reflections, 1908-1983 (Saskatchewan, Canada). Free online edition of this book published in 1983. Includes family histories.


  • Fort Qu'Appelle (Town, not to be confused with the nearby town of Qu'Appelle)

    Lakeview Cemetery Listing, Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Fox Valley (Rural Municipality No. 171)

    Misc Cemetery Transcriptions, Rural Municipality of Fox Valley #171, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Good Lake (Rural Municipality No. 274)

    Cemeteries Recorded 1996 in Good Lake Municipality No 274, Saskatchewan, Canada (archived pdf document - not always available)

    Death Certificates in the Rural Municipality of Good Lake No 274, Saskatchewan, Canada (archived pdf document - not always available)


  • Grant (Rural Municipality No. 372)

    Pryma (St. John the Baptist) Cemetery near Smuts, Saskatchewan, Canada (Rural Municipality of Grant)


  • Guernsey (Village)

    Misc. Obituaries, Guernsey, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Happyland (Rural Municipality No. 231)

    Misc Cemetery Transcriptions, Rural Municipality of Happy Land #231, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Humboldt (City)

    Name index to the book The Best of Humboldt. Edited and published in 1982 by The Humboldt Journal (Saskatchewan, Canada.)


  • Lloydminster (City)

    Lloydminster, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Canada Cemetery Database


  • Mankota (Rural Municipality No. 45)

    Misc. Saskatchewan, Canada Cemetery Transcriptions. Mainly from the Mankota area.


  • Maple Creek (Rural Municipality No. 111)

    Rural Municipality of Maple Creek #111 Saskatchewan : Misc. Cemetery Transcriptions


  • McCraney (Rural Municipality No. 282)

    Bladworth and district memories (Saskatchewan, Canada). Free online edition of this book published in 1978. Includes a 200 page family history section. Search or browse.


  • Meadow Lake (Town)

    St. Cyprien Cemetery, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Miry Creek (Rural Municipality No. 229)

    Bridging the centuries : Shackleton, Abbey, Lancer, Portreeve (Saskatchewan, Canada). History of these four villages in the Rural Municipality of Miry Creek No. 229 in Saskatchewan, Canada. Includes family histories : Volume 1 - Volume 2


  • Melville (City)

    St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Mitchellton (Locality in the Weyburn Region)

    Mitchellton, Saskatchewan, Canada Cemetery Transcriptions


  • Montrose (Rural Municipality No. 315)

    St. Ambrose Cemetery, Montrose, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Donavon Cemetery, Rural Municipality of Montrose, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Moose Jaw (City)

    Moose Jaw City Cemetery Index, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Alphabetical and business directory of the town and district of Moose Jaw 1890 (Saskatchewan, Canada)


  • Neudorf (Village)

    1901 Census for Neudorf, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Nipawin (Town)

    Bridging the years : Nipawin, Saskatchewan (Canada). Free online edition of this book published by the Nipawin Historical Society in 1988. Contains several family histories.


  • Nokomis (Town)

    Nokomis Cemetery, Nokomis, Saskatchewan. Tombstone transcriptions.

    Obituaries of residents & former residents of Nokomis, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Prud'homme (Village)

    Borshchiw Cemetery near Prud'homme, Saskatchewan


  • Punnichy (Village)

    Between the Touchwoods : a history of Punnichy and districts (Saskatchewan, Canada). Online edition of this local history book published in 1983. Includes family histories, anniversaries and memorials.


  • Ravenscrag (Hamlet in the Rural Municipality of Reno No. 51)

    Between and beyond the benches : Ravenscrag (Saskatchewan, Canada). Online edition of this local history book published in 1982. Includes family histories.


  • Regina

    Henderson's city of Regina directory 1919 (Saskatchewan, Canada)

    Archdiocese of Regina : a history. Free online edition of this book published in 1988 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.


  • Rosedale (Rural Municipality No. 283)

    Hanley, Rural Municipality of Rosedale, Saskatchewan Cemeteries


  • Rosthern (Town)

    St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Rosthern, Saskatchewan

    Adimiwka (Holy Ghost) Cemetery, southeast of Rosthern, Saskatchewan


  • Rudy (Rural Municipality No. 284)

    Hanley Spring Creek Cemetery, Rural Municipality of Rudy Number 284, Saskatchewan


  • Saint Louis (Rural Municipality No. 431)

    Claims to land in St. Louis de Langevin, St. Laurent or Batoche, and Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada (1885). Detailed report upon all claims to land and right to participate in the North-West Half-Breed Grant by settlers along the South Saskatchewan and vicinity, west of Range 26, W. 2nd Meridian, being the settlements commonly known as St. Louis de Langevin, St. Laurent or Batoche, and Duck Lake.


  • Saskatoon (City)

    Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada : Alphabetical Listings. Saskatoon's Woodlawn Cemetery has seen approximately 55,000 burials since it was first opened.

    Nutana Pioneer Cemetery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada : Alphabetical Burial List

    Smithville Cemetery, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Special Newspapers and Clippings Binders Database, Local History Room, Frances Morrison Library, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Obituary Index. Maintained by Information Services, Frances Morrison Branch Library

    Obituary and Memoriam Index transcribed from the Saskatoon Star Phoenix

    The Columbarium at St John's Cathedral, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada : List of Inurnments as of October 29, 2004 (archived Web page).


  • Turtle River (Rural Municipality No. 469)

    Rural Municipality of Turtle River No. 469, Saskatchewan, Canada : Original Homesteader Map and Index


  • Unity (Town)

    Old Section of Pleasant View Cemetery, Unity, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Usborne (Rural Municipality No. 310)

    Drake Cemetery, Rural Municipality of Usborne, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Venn Cemetery, Venn, Rural Municipality of Usborne, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Lockwood Cemetery, Lockwood, Rural Municipality of Usborne, Saskatchewan, Canada

    North Star Mennonite Cemetery, Rural Municipality of Usborne #310, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Called to a Place : the story of Guernsey and surrounding school districts (Saskatchewan, Canada). Online edition of this book published in 1980. Over 60 biographical sketches are included in the chapter intitled 'Families who Made it Happen.'


  • Viscount (Rural Municipality No. 341)

    Viscount, Saskatchewan Area Cemeteries (Canada)


  • Wilkie (Town)

    Wilkie Municipal Cemetery Register, Saskatchewan, Canada


  • Wise Creek (Rural Municpality No. 77)

    Cadillac : Prairie Heritage (Saskatchewan, Canada). Online edition of this book published by the Cadillac and District History Book Association in 1987. Numerous biographies are included. See Family Index at the end of the volume.


  • Wolseley (Town)

    Wolseley & District, Saskatchewan, Canada : Bridging the past : These two local history books of contain multiple family histories. Volume 1 (1981) - Volume 2 (1998)



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