Monday, May 29, 2006


Saskatchewan BMD Index:
   Births more than 100 years ago; Deaths and Marriages more than 75 years ago soon

Saskatchewan Archives:

Saskatchewan Homestead Index - file locator database to the homestead files at the Saskatchewan Archives. 360,000 references, from 1872 to 1930:

Saskatchewan Genealogical Society:

Saskatchewan Genealogy and History Links:

Saskatchewan GenWeb:

Olive Tree Saskatchewan:

Saskatchewan Land Registry:,10,1,Documents

Need Help with finding a place in Saskatchewan?
Enter whatever you know - Section, Township, Range or Meridian, and place names & areas will come up for you! This will help with finding places in the 1901, 1906 and 1911 census of Canada. Scroll about half-way down:

Saskatchewan City & Town Maps - Directory:

Town, Village, Hamlet, Settlement & Rural Municipality addresses:

Cemeteries of Saskatoon:

Saskatoon Public Library:
Online questions (perhaps request an obit?):
311 23rd St E, Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 0J6; phone 306-975-8000

Suggested Saskatchewan Links:


Saskatchewan GenWeb Census Guide:

Saskatchewan telephone lookups:


Our Roots / Nos Racines: (digitized local histories)

Saskatchewan Family History Books:

Genealogy Helplist Canada:

Saskatchewan Town and RM (Rural Municipality) History Books:

Saskatoon Library Local History Room:

Church Archives
The Anglican Church
The Registrar, Saskatchewan Diocese
1308 - 5th Avenue South
Prince Albert SK S6V 2H7
Phone: 306-763-2455

United Church of Canada, Saskatchewan Conference
418A McDonald Street
Regina, SK S4N 6E1
Fax: 306-721-3171   Email:

Roman Catholic - Prince Albert Diocese, Chancery Office
1415 - 4th Avenue West
Prince Albert SK S6V 5H1
Phone: 306-922-4747   Email:

Deep in their roots, all flowers keep the light. - Theodore Roethke


At 2:28 PM, Blogger Gwen said...

Glad to see that you are finding some of the Saskatoon Public Library's genealogical resources helpful! Good luck with your research!


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