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Rural Municipalities
First Nations Bands
Sagehill

Section 15 Tsp 38 - Rge 27 - W 2
Previous name RCAF Station Dana
  • To the east was Dana

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Saint Benedict
Pop ~ 130
R.M. #401 of Hoodoo

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Saint Brieux
R.M. #399 of Lake Lenore
A community for all Ages

Pop ~455

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Saint Denis
Rural Municipality Number 372 - GRANT

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Saint Gregor
Pop. ~141
Rural Municipality Number 369 - ST. PETER

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Saint Isidore de Bellevue

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Saint Isidore de Bellevue (2)

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Saint Julien

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Saint Laurent - Grandin Saint Laurent de Grandin

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Saint Meinrad
Section 15 Tsp 41- Rge 26 - W 2

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Saint Peters Monastery
Muenster Later Name

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Saskatchewan, NWT
East Section 35 Tsp 38 - Rge 4 W 3
  • Saskatchewan, NWT and Llewellyn (1), NWT both were on the east bank of the South Saskatchewan River. Saskatchewan, NWT was just a scant measurement of approximately 1/2 mile west of where Clarkboro was later situated on the junction of the South Saskatchewan River and the CNR

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Saskatoon
Pop. ~ 200,000
Rural Municipality #344 of Corman Park

Was Rural Municipality Number 344 - CORY

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Saskatoon RCAF

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Saxby
Section 10 Tsp 36 - Rge 26 - W 2

  • Running on the Railine were Meacham to the west and Peterson to the north were the closest placenames to Saxby

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Schmidtsburg

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Schoenweise
R.M.: Rosthern No.: 403
Section 19 - Tsp 40 - Rge 4 - W 3

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Sclanders
Rural Municipality Number 341 - VISCOUNT
  • Book Title Footprints of time : Viscount and district, 1905-1985
    Published Viscount, Sask. : Viscount & Area History Book Committee, 1985
  • Book Title Through the fields of time : Plunkett and district
    Published Plunkett, Sask. : Plunkett History Committee, 1982
  • Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Historic Maps
  • Sclanders was located West - East between Viscount, and Plunkett, Saskatchewan

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Shady Grove
Sec.32, Twp.35, R.21, W2
Mulvihill previous name

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Shields Resort Village
Pop 142

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Silver Park

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Sinnett (1)
1907-1908 Named Sinnett (1)
1908-1912 Named McGuire
Last Name for this location is Manresa 1912-1924

Tsp 35 - Rge 21 - W 2

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Sinnett (2)
Tsp 34 - Rge 21 - W 2
  • Book Title The Irish colony of Saskatchewan
    Author Coughlin, Jack, 1926-
    Look Up Volunteer
  • Book Title Rescue the perishing : St. Patrick's Orphanage, a home for Britain's homeless ; Sinnett : the Irish colony : biography of a missionary /
    Author Coughlin, Jack
  • At the location 2-35-21-W2 the placename was Sinnett from 1907-1908
    This placename then changed names to McGuire from 1908-1912
    Finally ending up with the placename Manresa from 1912-1924
    2-35-21-W2 location was not using the name Sinnet after 1908 so was adopted at the following location
    Sinnett in 1908 named after (John C. Sinnett); RE-used name Sinnett at the location 34-21-W2
  • St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Cemetery
  • WDM Prairie Gamble - Family History Album - The Rural Municipality (R.M.) of LeRoy #339

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Smithburg
Section 18 Tsp 29 - Rge 28 - W 2
Later name Lothian
Snohomish
Section 28 Tsp 43 - Rge 9 - W 3
  • Redberry (1) at 43-9-W3 was established in almost exactly the same area after Snohomish closed
  • During the two years Snohomish was in existence, Redberry (2)at 34-43-10-W3 had previously changed names to Luxemburg , and before Snohomish closed, Luxemburg changed names to Hafford.
Smuts
R.M. of Grant #372

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Sokal
Tsp 43 - Rge 27-W2

Rural Municipality Number 402 - FISH CREEK
  • Sokal Cemetery
  • Sokal was located near St. Julien and Wakaw, Saskatchewan

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Sonningdale
Sunningdale
R.M. #376 of Eagle Creek

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South Allan

SW 1/4 Section 28 Tsp 32 Rge 1 W 3
  • South Allan was east of Bradwell, and it was in fact south of Allan

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South Saskatoon

  • 1924 Rand McNally Map
  • South Saskatoon was south east of Nutana. Nutana was on the south east side of the South Saskatchewan River, the Village of Saskatoon in 1924 was on the north west side, so South Saskatoon was also south of Saskatoon

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Sovereign
R.M. #287 of St. Andrews
Pop ~ 62
Haddington Previous Name
  • Book Title Mileposts to memories
    Published Sovereign, Sask. : Sovereign Historical Group, 1981
  • CN Place Names
  • Mourre, Helen from Sovereign, Sk. Author of Landlocked
  • Sovereign Cemetery
  • Sovereign Hutterite Cemetery
  • R.M. of St. Andrews #287

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Spalding
Rural Municipality of Spalding #368
Pop ~ 287

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Speers
Rural Muncipality of Douglas #436
Pop. ~ 88
New Ottawa Previous Name

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Spring Grove
Tsp 44 Rge 25 W 2

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Springbourne
Section 24 Tsp 44 Rge 10 W 3
  • To the South of Springbourne is Hafford 34-43-10-W3 (which started out as Redberry (2) then Luxemburg then Hafford), and to the west Keatley which also had naming changes fluctuating between the name Keatley and Peacedale.
  • 1924 Rand McNally Map

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St. Benedict
Pop ~ 130
Rural Municipality Number 400 - THREE LAKES
  • Trinity Lutheran Cemetery
  • Gospel Assembly Cemetery
  • St. Benedict (old) Roman Catholic Cemetery
  • St. Andrew's/Benedict Roman Catholic Cemetery
  • Wapiti Branch Library Directory

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St. Brieux
R.M. #399 of Lake Lenore
Rural Municipality Number 400 - THREE LAKES
Pop ~450
A community for all Ages
  • Book Title History of St. Brieux, 1904-1979 /
    Author Gallais, Maurice, 1920-
    Published St. Brieux, Sask. : St. Brieux Diamond Jubilee Steering Committee, c1979
  • Title Réminiscences d'un pionnier : Jubilé d'argent, St. Brieux, 1904-1929
    Author Bergot, Denys, 1863-1933
    Published Cudworth, Sask. : Progress Printing & Publishing, 1929
  • Gerwing Family Tree - Anthony Buttinger : Janice Gerwing
  • Kermaria R.C. Cemetery : Indexed at FHL
  • Lake Lenore Community Cemetery : Indexed at FHL
  • Old St. Brieux Roman Catholic Cemetery : Indexed at FHL
  • Private Beck Private Cemetery
  • Private Benington Private Cemetery
  • St. Brieux Roman Catholic Cemetery : Indexed at FHL
  • St. Philips Roman Catholic Cemetery : Indexed at FHL
  • Welcome to the Village of St. Brieux, Saskatchewan!

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St Denis
Rural Municipality Number 372 - GRANT

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St. Gregor
Pop. ~141
Rural Municipality Number 369 - ST. PETER

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St. Isidore de Bellevue
1927 on
Section 12 -Tsp 44 -Rge 28 -W 2
Previous name Garonne
Rural Municipality Number 431 - ST. LOUIS

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St. Isidore de Bellevue
1904-1927
Section 2 -Tsp 44 -Rge 28 -W 2
Later name Garonne
then Middleton Hill
Rural Municipality Number 431 - ST. LOUIS

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St. Julien
Rural Municipality Number 402 - FISH CREEK

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St. Laurent de Grandin
St. Laurent - Grandin

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St. Meinrad
Section 15 Tsp 41- Rge 26 - W 2
  • St. Meinrad was to the west of Hoo Doo .. St. Meinrad closed the P.O. before Hoo Doo changed names to Marne .
  • The north - south CNR was to the west of St. Meinrad connecting Wakaw and Cudworth . Leofnard did not open till after St. Meinrad closed.

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St Peters Monastery
Muenster Later Name

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Stanleyville
rural Municipality Number 461 - PRINCE ALBERT
  • Cemetery: Stanleyville - Holy Trinity Anglican

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Stevens
Section 16 Tsp 30 - Rge 9 - W 3
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  • The CNR rail was to the west of Stevens. It connected Conquest (South to North), Ardath and Swanson.
  • Rudy was to the east of Stevens, and Fertile Valley was to the west and the far side of the CNR, Lorimerville was south

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Stobart
Duck Lake Later Name

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Stoney Creek
Rural Municipality Number 428 - STAR CITY
  • Book Title Voices of the past : a history of Melfort and district
    Author Ryan, Timothy
    Published Melfort : Melfort and District Golden Jubliee Committee, 1955
  • Stoney Creek was a settlement of 1892 which was 1 1/2 miles south of Melfort

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Stoneyroyd
Section 2 Tsp 37 Rge 12 - W 3

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Strehlow
Rural Municipality Number 314 - DUNDURN
Tsp 34 - Rge 4 - W3

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Stobart
Rural Municipality Number 463 - DUCK LAKE

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Strong
Tsp 30- Rge 3- W3
  • Book Title Ripples and reflections : Hanley
    Published [Hanley, Sask.] : Hanley History Book Society, 1982
  • Book Title Kith 'n kin : the history of Kenaston and district
    Published Kenaston, Sask. : Kenaston History Committee, 1980
  • Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Historic Maps
  • Strong was located North South between Hanley and Kenaston

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Struan
R.M. #376 of Eagle Creek
  • Beaver Creek Seventh Day Adventist Cemetery
  • Book Title Reflections : a history of Arelee and the districts of Balmae, Dreyer, Golden Valley, Light, Petroffsk, Raspberry Creek, Sunnyridge and Swastika / compiled by the Arelee and District Historical Association
    Published Arelee, Sask. : The Association, 1982
    Look Up Volunteer
  • Crocus Vale Community Cemetery
  • PETROFFSK Cemetery
  • Sunnydale Hutterite Cemetery

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Sunny Plain

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Sutherland
1910 - Amalgamated into Saskatoon in 1956

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Swanson
R.M. #315 of Montrose
Twp.31, R.8, W3

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