Kamsack Gen Web:

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The mandate of the Kamsack Regional Gen Web Project is to provide information via various online forums such as look up volunteers, web site links, archived mailing lists, and genealogical online records for the West Central region of Saskatchewan. The Surname Web Page is a new addition for researchers in the area of Kamsack, Sk. Kamsack Gen Web Project provides local information for the international genealogical researcher.

Please e-mail with links, addresses or projects you would like to see added. If you have a database with genealogical, geological or historical information or have done family research for the Kamsack area which you would like to see online, we can provide the HTML programming and a web space for it here.

The Kamsack Gen Web region was located in the 'Saskatchewan' provisional district of the North West Territories until the province formed in 1905. 2005 marked the province of Saskatchewan's 100th Anniversary. There were many celebrations and events planned for the communities of Saskatchewan. Check out the Centennial Projects which came online to celebrate the centennial, some examples are:
1881, 1901, 1906 and 1911 Census
One Room School House Project
The Saskatchewan Homestead Index Project (SHIP)
Vital Statistics Genealogy Search Page

If you need assistance with where to find basic genealogy resources common to the province of Saskatchewan please Start here or investigate this Provincial Resource Index

Check the Kamsack Gen Web Project Database Project Submissions look up, surname, and history - reminiscences pages for cemetery transcriptions and submissions from many kind folks helping genealogists in this East-Central region of Saskatchewan!

Good Luck with your research.

Kamsack Gen Web Project Webmaster

Look Ups


Saskatchewan 2005!

Sask Gen Web Resources

SURNAME/S Kamsack Gen Web


Lloydminster region 10Prince Albert region 11Battleford region 7Saskatoon Region 8Kamsack Region 9Kindersley Region 4Regina Region 5Swift Current Region 1Moose Jaw Region 2Weyburn Region 3Yorkton Region 6

Kamsack, Saskatchewan
Region #9 Web Page

Saskatchewan Regional Legend:

  1. Swift Current
  2. Moose Jaw
  3. Weyburn
  4. Kindersley
  5. Regina
  6. Yorkton
  7. Battleford
    St. Joseph's Colony
  8. Saskatoon
  9. Kamsack
  10. Lloydminster
  11. Prince Albert

Towns in the area of Kamsack, Saskatchewan

Akosane, Algrove, Amberley, Ambles,Amsterdam,Angove, Annette,Arabella , Archerwill, Ardsley, Armit, Arran, Asgood , Ashdown , Astwood , Barford, Barrier Ford, Barrier Lake, Barrier RiverBarrows, Bear Stream, Beauchamp, Beaver Plains, Beaver Bluff, Belleau Brook, Bertdale, Benito, Bertwell, Big Quill, Bijaduca Village, Birch Creek,Bjorkdale (1),Bjorkdale (2), Blakasklououka Village , Bond, Border Road, Brunendahl, Buchanan, Burgis, Burgis Beach, Burnmore, Candahar,Canora, Carragana, Cazalet, Chagoness, Chelan, Clair , Clemenceau, Clemens, , Clemens Siding, Cluffield, Cokato, Copeau, Copeland,Cot? (1), Cot? (2), Craigie (2), Crooked Lakes, Crowstand, Crystal Lake, Cuvier, Crowtherview,Dahlton Danbury, Dannock, Dernic, Devil Lake, Devil's Lake Colony, Dillabough, Dniester, Dobrowdy, Doncrest, Dunlop, Durban,Echo Lake, Eddleston, Eden Valley, Edfield, Edmo, Edmore 1, Edmore 2,Elfros, Endeavour, Erwood, Etoimami, Etomami, Fairland, Farmingdale, Festubert, Fishing Lake, Fitzmaurice, Foam Lake, Folgoet, Fosston, Fountain, Glenwood, Greenbush, Harold, Hassan, Hazel Dell, Hendon, Hinchcliffe, Hinchley, Hudson Bay,Hudson Bay Junction, Hyas, Invermay, Kamsack, Kandahar, Kelliher Kelvington, Ketchen, Kuroki, Kylemore, Lac Vert, Lady Lake, Layco, Leslie, Lintlaw, Margo, McKague, Mikado, Mistatim, Mozart, Muphys , Nora, Norquay, Nut Lake, Nut Mountain , Okla, Paswegin, Peesane, Pelly, Perigord, Porcupine Plain, Powell, Prairie River, Preeceville, Quill Lake, Quill Plain,Rama, Reserve, Resource, Roscoe, Rose Valley , Ross Junction, Ruby Beach, Sheho, Sluggett,Somme, Steen, Stenen, St. Front, St. Philips, Sturgis, Swan Plain, Sylvania, Tadmore,Tilly, Tiny, Tuffnell, Usherville, Veregin, Wadena, Wallwort, Weekes, Westasta Valley, Westgate, White Hawk, Whitebeech, Willoughby,Willow Hill, Windgap, Winthorpe Woodlight, Woodrock, Wynyard, Ypres, Zorra

Online Genealogy Contacts

  • Have you received your ancestor homestead records from Saskatchewan Provincial Archives? Or, have your received your letter of patent for your ancestors from National Archives? If so, would you care to make an entry of the homestead location, and homesteader? The names and homestead locations of the two sworn witnesses could also be entered to help others in their search. Do you have access to a Cummins map for this area? Would you wish to post any original homesteaders online from this map?

    Do you know of anyone who has contributed to this area and there is a biographical write up about them either online or in some other source, a book etc.? Please honor them and submit an abstract of the article about this person, and the town or city from where they hail from. Please note the source as well.

    Would you want to place any obituary information online from the Kamsack Region?

  • Look up Database :
    Would you be able to provide a look up service to other researchers in the Kamsack Regional Gen Web project? Do you have a book or other reference resource invaluable to a genealogist ie it may provide: names, dates, history or location? Would you be able to provide photos of the area or of cemeteries? If you are available to be of assistance to those researching in this region Look Ups Kamsack Regional Gen Web Region

  • History Database :
    Do you remember any local history about this region? Would you care to share it online? For example: names or name changes for school districts or postal districts, memorable weather events, incorporation or changes of railway, Hudson Bay Company, Wheat Pool, etc. Reminscences

Thank you

Dear History Enthusiasts, Genealogists, and Kindred Spirits,

Exciting news! The legacy of Kamsack Gen Web lives on and is flourishing in a new digital haven. We've migrated to a new domain?https://saskgenweb.ca/skkamsac, and we can't wait to continue this journey with you.

Why the Move?

To ensure the perpetual flow of information, stories, and the rich tapestry of Kamsack's history, we've embraced change. Our new home is not just a destination; it's a celebration of the past and an invitation to the future.

Patreon: Building Together for Tomorrow:

The heartbeat of this endeavor is our growing Patreon community. Their support is not just for this year; it's a commitment to sustain this legacy for years to come. Your involvement, no matter how big or small, fuels the digital preservation of Kamsack's heritage.

What Awaits You:

Explore the new webpages at https://saskgenweb.ca/skkamsac. Immerse yourself in the stories of one-room schoolhouses, cemetery headstones, historical maps, and the kaleidoscope of placenames that whisper tales of bygone eras.

Join the Legacy:

Your participation is key to our shared journey. Visit our Patreon page and consider supporting the volunteers who tirelessly work to keep this historical haven alive. Every contribution is a nod to the generations that came before us and those yet to discover their roots.

Gratitude to Ancestry.com and Rootsweb.com:

We express heartfelt gratitude to Ancestry.com and Rootsweb.com for laying the foundation. As we transition, your support becomes a crucial element in finding paid web hosting for our continued service to historians, genealogists, and the public. Together, We Preserve and Unearth:

Saskatchewan GenWeb is more than a website; it's a collective effort to preserve and unearth the stories that shape our identity. Join us on this incredible journey.

Check Out the New Webpages:


Support on Patreon:

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Let's Build a Legacy Together!

Warm regards,

The Saskatchewan Volunteer GenWeb Team - Kamsack Region

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