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Kindersley Regional
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Biography Project

Kindersley Region Placenames

Biographies and lifestyles of the settlers in this region. If know of any online biographies for anyone of the Kindersley Gen web region, or would like to contribute a biography for inclusion in this project,


Bill Baker, CFL All-Star with Saskatchewan. Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

BAKER, Charles

biography of Charles Baker and a history of the Settlement of Kindersley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

BALDWIN: His Honour Judge Joseph, B.C.L.

Pioneers and Prominent People of Saskatchewan: Judge of the Judicial district of Kindersley.


Proprieter of Gents' Furnishing Store, Rosetown, Sk.


A biography of two prominent dentists of early Rosetown, Sk.

MURCHISON, Gordon Memoirs

Homesteading in the Kindersley area prior to the First Great War. Gordon Murchison was also on staff of the Soldier Settlement Board and tells of the successes and failures of those involved in the early settlement in your provinces' farming communities.


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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 (, we invite you to join us in sustaining this venture. Explore our pages at 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 and 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.

With gratitude,

The Kindersley Region Gen Web Project Volunteer Team


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