Do you have Canadian ancestors’ from Saskatchewan? Explore this collection of death records. These records may reveal their date and place of death.
Each record includes a transcript of the original record. The amount of information in a record can vary, you may be able to find a combination of the following about your ancestor:
Father's first name(s)
Father's last name
Mother's first name(s)
Mother's last name
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The Saskatchewan death index has been compiled by the eHealth Saskatchewan.
Over the years, the data collected on registration forms have changed. The older records have less information available for example, many of the death records do not contain the parent’s name.
The province of Saskatchewan is one of only two Canadian provinces without a saltwater coast, and it is the only province whose boundaries that have not been formed by natural features.
The population has changed markedly during the area’s history, the period of heaviest immigration was in the early 20th century. The province was originally exclusively American Indian, French and British elements were added during the 18th and early 19th centuries, as well as a large population of mixed Indian and European ancestry, whom the Canadian government granted legal recognition as a native group at the beginning of the 21st century.
Following the construction of a transcontinental railway in the early 1880s, further settlement spread across the plains. In addition to British and eastern Canadian settlers, other Europeans—notably Germans, Austrians, Ukrainians, Scandinavians, Russians, and Poles—came to the area. Some were attracted by generous homestead grants; others came to escape religious and political persecution in their own countries.
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