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- copied ca. 2012 [originally created 1884-2012]
Genealogical information relating to George Fortune Motion, who was born in Scotland in 1866 and died in Nelson, British Columbia in 1931. Motion participated in the 1885 Riel Rebellion as a driver in the civilian transport that was organized to o...
Records of the Municipality of South Qu'Appelle as follows: List of active and proposed new by-laws of the Municipality of South Qu'Appelle, ca. 1910; By-law numbers 66 to 406 (not inclusive) dated prior to 1910; list of lands in the Mun...
Records created, accumulated and used by Douglas H. Bocking of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan as follows:1) 1980 correspondence between Bocking and Dr. Carlyle King relating to an article on W.G. Brown and the United Reform Movement in Saskatoon in 1938-...
Records created, accumulated and used by Mabel McTaggart, daughter of John McTaggart, the first mayor of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Her married name was Mabel Fox.1) Publication entitled The Nursery "Alice", containing twenty coloured enlarg...
Records relating to Isaac (John) Reynolds, who homesteaded in the Young, Saskatchewan district and later resided in Saskatoon, where he died on February 16, 1980.Records include birth certificate; immigration inspection card; Canadian national reg...
(1) Newspaper clipping consisting of 1908 photograph of the Adolphe Lemay family standing in front of the New Home Post Office, in the Alida, Saskatchewan district. Clipping is from The August 13, 1980 issue of The Redvers Optimist.(2) Postcard da...
Records created, accumulated and used by the secretary-treasurer of Ash Grove School District No. 406 including minutes of meetings, 1912-1968; assessment and tax rolls, 1906-1910; Saskatchewan Department of Education publication entitled Element...
1): Handwritten recipe book of John Oswell Lewis.2): Biographical information on the Lewis and Grieve families compiled by Bey Grieve, grandson of John Oswell Lewis, in July 2017. Includes information on the career of John O. Lewis, who worked as ...