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Turtleford Cemetery
RM of Mervin # 499

Turtleford Cemetery RM of Mervin # 499 Turtleford Cemetery photographs online. Cemetery located at legal land description SE 13-51-21 W3 RM of Mervin # 499. Images submitted by Ruth Painter.

Jean Baptiste De La Salle Cemetery, Delmas, SK

'Jean Baptiste De La Salle Cemetery' photographs online. Legal land location NE 31-45-18-W3 Delmas, Rural municipality of Battle River No. 438, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Howard and Kiemele Family Tree

'Howard Howard and Kiemele Family Tree' submitted by Carol Vulliamy.

Howard Family Tree
Autobiography of Ralph John Wesley Howard

The Howard Clan were some of the original homesteaders of the North Bend District (in the Frenchman Butte area), which is just northeast of Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is hoped that you and many more people enjoy this history that this clan went through everyday to strive to live and provide a great part in making the history of Saskatchewan come alive. Howard Family Tree and Autobiography of Ralph John Wesley Howard submitted by Patrick K. Best.

Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Krydor, SK

A compilation and transcription of the people buried at Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Krydor, SK submitted by Carrie Stevenson .

North Makwa Cemetery

North Makwa, Saskatchewan Cemetery Transcriptions Submitted by Sandra Williams

Descendants of Nellie and William Bill Brown : Eric and Helene Hohne

Nellie and William Bill Brown from L-Curve north of Lloydminster. Grandpa Bill Brown ran the ferry across the river. Jim Hohne ran the Bowling Alley in Lloydminster and won the Canadian Bowling Title for many years. Descendants of Nellie and William Bill Brown : Eric and Helene Hohne. Submitted by Diana Hohne-Sinclair

Richard Berghammer

Richard Berghammer b 1940 was born in Lloydminster Alberta and raised just north of the city. Mr. Berghammer is one of Canada's most accomplished realist painters. Please visit his online gallery at www.richardberghammer.com Submitted by Richard Berghammer

Pioneers and Prominent People of Saskatchewan

Biographies of Pioneers and Prominent People of Saskatchewan Lloyd, Rt. Rev. George Exton. , and NOYES: The Venerable Archdeacon Robert John, B.A., B.D.

1906 Census Saskatchewan North: District 17 sub-districts 1 and 2

A compilation and transcription of the people enumerated in 1906 in Northern Saskatchewan District 17 sub-districts 1 and 2 1906 Census Saskatchewan North District 17 submitted by Lloydminster Gen Web Master: Julia Adamson .

Trinity Cemetery near Blaine Lake, Sk

A compilation and transcription of the people buried at Trinity Cemetery near Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan submitted by Carrie Stevenson .

Heritage Memories Book Index

Index of the book, Heritage Memories : A History of Meadow Lake and Surrounding Districts: Bear Creek, Beaverdale, Blue Bell, Braeval, Briar Dale, Bridge Creek, Cabana, Champion, Clover Bar, Cock O' The North, Dunfield, Island Hill, Matchee, Meadow River, Neeb, Prendergast, Radiance, Rapid View, Resby, Rialto, Rollo Park, Rush Lake, Spruce Lodge, St. Cyr lakeBook Index, was published by Meadow Lake Diamond Jubilee Heritage Group 1981
Permission to publish the book index online was granted by The Meadow Lake and District Museum and Historical Society Box 1028 Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan S0M 1V0. Heritage Memories book Index submitted for online publication by Darlene LaFlamme.

St. Cyprien Cemetery, Meadow Lake

Cemetery listings submitted by Darlene LaFlamme. Listings are given by date and alphabetically by surname for ST. CYPRIEN CEMETERY, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.

RURAL MUNICIPALITY of TURTLE RIVER No. 469
Original Homesteads Map

A map with a SURNAME Database listing of all the original homesteaders of the Rural Municipality of Turtle River No. 469 with links to their homestead location by section and by township is now online at https://saskgenweb.ca/sklloydm/469/rm-turtleriver.html RURAL MUNICIPALITY of TURTLE RIVER No. 469 Original Homesteads Map . Includes the towns of Edam, Vawn and St. Hippolyte.

Lloydminster Public Library Databases/ City of Lloydminster

Lloydminster Public Library Databases: Lloydminster Community Organizations, Lloydminster Business Directory and Lloydminster Cemetery Index This is a valuable resource for genealogists in this area. It was not put online by Gen Web Project.

Lloydminster Gen Web CompuMentor

Information for participation as a Compu Mentor in the field of genealogy and particularly in the Lloydminster Gen Web Region. Here is an opportunity for actively facilitating the sharing of information and expertise through the use of technology -- especially the Internet and the World Wide Web. Being a Lloydminster Gen Web Compu Mentor will help to improve the information system and all volunteer contributions are recognized. Opportunities of assisting the long-distance researcher helping them to know the genealogical records and the rich and varied history of the Lloydminster Gen Web Region.

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Step into the renewed home of the Lloydminster Gen Web Project, where history breathes, and legacies are etched in family tales and community heritage.

Explore us at our new domain: https://saskgenweb.ca/sklloydm/. Yes, we've moved, but rest assured, our commitment to capturing Lloydminster's essence stands firm.

Embark on a journey through one-room schoolhouses, cemetery sanctuaries, and historical landscapes adorned with diverse placenames and fading maps. History, more than events, unfolds as a tapestry of stories.

As part of the Patreon community (https://www.patreon.com/SaskGenWeb), we invite you to sustain this passion-infused venture for the years ahead. Visit our new pages at https://saskgenweb.ca/sklloydm/ and witness the Lloydminster Gen Web Project's evolution.

Your support ensures this beacon endures for historians, genealogists, and all captivated by the past. A heartfelt thanks to Ancestry.com and Rootsweb.com. Now, let our community, old and new, join hands in preserving this invaluable resource.

Welcome to a new chapter! Your support, in any form, is a cherished gift to the history uniting us all.

With gratitude,

The Lloydminster Gen Web Project Volunteer Team


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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.

With gratitude,

The Kindersley Region Gen Web Project Volunteer Team





Greetings, Valued Visitors!

Step into the renewed home of the Lloydminster Gen Web Project, where history breathes, and legacies are etched in family tales and community heritage.

Embark on a journey through one-room schoolhouses, cemetery sanctuaries, and historical landscapes adorned with diverse placenames and fading maps. History, more than events, unfolds as a tapestry of stories.

As part of the Patreon community (https://www.patreon.com/SaskGenWeb), we invite you to sustain this passion-infused venture for the years ahead. Visit our new pages at https://saskgenweb.ca/sklloydm/ and witness the Lloydminster Gen Web Project's evolution.

A heartfelt thanks to Ancestry.com and Rootsweb.com. Now, let our community, old and new, join hands 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 Lloydminster Gen Web Project Volunteer Team



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