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Woodlawn Cemetery
Sasktatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

woodlawn cemetery
Woodlawn Cemetery

GPS: 52.150330, -106.655319

1502 2 Ave N.
Saskatoon, SK S7K 2G1, Canada

Published: October 19, 2016
Total records: 57,875

Woodlawn Cemetery is owned and operated by the City of Saskatoon.

History

Woodlawn Cemetery was established in 1905, though records show burials going back to 1884. It sits on 94 acres of landscape and is maintained by the City of Saskatoon and is part of the Western Cemetery Association.

Prior to 1905, Saskatoon residents buried their dead at Nutana Pioneer Cemetery and Summerdale Cemetery in Smithville. In 1905, St. Paul's Catholic Church opened up a cemetery inside the city limits of Saskatoon. However, city residents felt that a non-sectarian cemetery was needed for the greater population. In 1906, the city obtained land adjacent to St. Paul's Catholic Cemetery and opened up Woodlawn Cemetery. In the years following, the city took over administration of St. Paul's Catholic Cemetery, and both cemeteries were merged into Woodlawn.

Note: The city has no burial records for St. Paul's Catholic Cemetery prior to 1918.

Cemetery Records

Records published here were acquired from the City of Saskatoon on October 18, 2016. They were last updated by the City on July 31, 2016, and covers dates of burial from 1884 to 2016.


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