Cemetery Records

Provincial

Saskatchewan Cemetery Index
You can search this index of the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society to find out cemetery names and locations by: Public Cemetery Name; Private Cemetery Name; Rural Municipality Number; Rural Municipality Name; Rural Municipalities with unnamed cemeteries; or by Cemeteries with listings of interments.

Not sure of the places covered by the Prince Albert Region web site? Check them out here.



Saskatchewan's Transcribed Cemeteries on the Internet
This site lists all cemeteries that have been transcribed and have been posted on the Internet. You can search "by community" for cemeteries in the Prince Albert area.



Cemeteries on microfilm

Some of the cemeteries listed in the web site above have been microfilmed by the Mormons and can be ordered for viewing at your local Family History Centre. Once you have the name, then you can look it up in the CD-ROM index. Then you can order it at the FHC from Salt Lake City. It's always a good idea to call ahead to see when the FHC is open and staffed.

Regina Family History Centre
550 Sangster Boulevard
Regina, Saskatchewan
Phone: 306 543-2782

Saskatoon Family History Centre
1429 10th Street East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Phone: 306 343-6060

Addresses of Family History Centres
Check out this web site for them.



Local Cemetery Look ups

Dennis Lang - Inscriptions from Nipawin, Carrot River, and Aylsham Cemeteries.

Stacey Starkell is willing to look up information from headstones for the following cemeteries:

Elkhill Cemetery - west of Codette
Roman Catholic cemetery at Codette
Ravine Bank Cemetery - east of Nipawin, on Highway 55
Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery - east of Codette (best possible effort as Ukrainian is used on the headstones)



Local Cemetery Photos

Stacey Starkell - Photos from Elkhill Cemetery, Codette R.C. Cemetery, Ravine Bank Cemetery, and Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery can be produced on request for a fee.

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