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The Kindersley Gen Web Region is located along the Alberta Saskatchewan border, between highways #7 and #1. The South Saskatchewan River runs through the center of this area.
The mandate of Kindersley Regional Gen Web is to provide access to genealogical transcripts relating to this South Western portion of Saskatchewan.Kindersley Gen Web provides an international internet forum via surname pages, look up volunteers,I remember when reminiscences, History, mailing groups ,biographies, web links and databases to make valuable local research material available or known to the public. Without publicity, source material remains obscure. Research enquiries are drawn to regional collections if awareness increases that this information exists, and knowing where, and how, to access such documents.
Step into a new era with us, where your backing, in any form, is a precious contribution to the shared history that binds us all. An appeal is made to preserve invaluable documents like old telephone books, Henderson's directories, city directories, pioneer photos, letters, books, town directories, co-op membership books, credit union and elevator books, grain company records, church books, cattle brand books, school records, church lists, homestead maps, and more. These documents list names of community residents and should be preserved. Placing them online or duplicating them will help prevent the loss of primary source documents for family genealogists.
The province's centennial (1905-2005) year drew to a close, and set in its stead a legacy of Centennial Projects which are now online, some examples are:
BAKER, Charles and Bill Biography
MURCHISON, Gordon Memoirs
1881, 1901, 1906 and Census
One Room School House Project
The Saskatchewan Homestead Index Project (SHIP)
Vital Statistics Genealogy Search Page
We will also provide web space here on Kindersley Gen Web in the Databases category e-mail.
Good Luck with your research.
Julia Kindersley Gen Web Project
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|Welcome, Dear Guests!
Step into the reimagined Kindersley Region Gen Web Project, preserving family legacies, community stories, one-room schoolhouses, sacred cemeteries, historical maps, and vanished placenames. Though we've relocated, our dedication to cataloging Kindersley's essence remains unwavering.
In this passionate pursuit, now part of Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/SaskGenWeb), we invite you to join us in sustaining this venture. Explore our pages at https://saskgenweb.ca/kinder/ and witness the evolution of the Kindersley Region Gen Web Project.
Support on Patreon ensures our beacon endures for historians, genealogists, and all captivated by the past. Gratitude to Ancestry.com and Rootsweb.com for past hosting. Today, we call upon our community, old and new, to unite in preserving this invaluable resource.
Welcome to a new chapter! If you possess cherished memories of one-room schoolhouses, photographs of cemetery headstones, transcriptions, yearbooks, directories, or historical letters related to this area, your sharing would be immensely valuable. Together, let's build a repository that aids ancestors in their family tree searches. Your support, in any form, is a cherished gift to the history that unites us all.
The Kindersley Region Gen Web Project Volunteer Team
It is the intention of this site to make this information available to persons with a personal historical or genealogical interest in this area. Any further use of this in other publications online or in print would require permission from Julia Adamson, Kindersely Gen Webmaster as per copyright laws in Canada.