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:*'''1876–1971 '''Deaths of Royal Canadian Mounted Police killed while on duty, taken from  S.W. Horrell's ''The Pictoral History of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police ''(Toronto, Ontario: McGraw–Hill Ryerson, 1973).  
 
:*'''1876–1971 '''Deaths of Royal Canadian Mounted Police killed while on duty, taken from  S.W. Horrell's ''The Pictoral History of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police ''(Toronto, Ontario: McGraw–Hill Ryerson, 1973).  
 
:*'''1919–1997''' Scarlet and Gold (Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans' Association, )publication including an historical honor roll of officers killed while on duty and more current obituaries. Honor roll contains deaths prior to 1919.  
 
:*'''1919–1997''' Scarlet and Gold (Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans' Association, )publication including an historical honor roll of officers killed while on duty and more current obituaries. Honor roll contains deaths prior to 1919.  
:*'''1933–2007''' Digital images of an obituary card index for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the obiturary sections of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police publications the index refers to.  
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:*'''1933–2007''' Digital images of an obituary card index for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and digital images of the obituary sections of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police publications the index refers to.  
 
:*'''1976–1994'''  ''Pony Express''': '''Staff Relations Branch Newsletter''.
 
:*'''1976–1994'''  ''Pony Express''': '''Staff Relations Branch Newsletter''.
  

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Collection Time Period

Most records are between 1876 and 2007.

Record Description

A collection of Royal Canadian Mounted Police death records found in Royal Canadian Mounted Police publications, including an index to some of the obituaries.

Record Content

  • 1876–1971 Deaths of Royal Canadian Mounted Police killed while on duty, taken from  S.W. Horrell's The Pictoral History of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Toronto, Ontario: McGraw–Hill Ryerson, 1973).
  • 1919–1997 Scarlet and Gold (Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans' Association, )publication including an historical honor roll of officers killed while on duty and more current obituaries. Honor roll contains deaths prior to 1919.
  • 1933–2007 Digital images of an obituary card index for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and digital images of the obituary sections of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police publications the index refers to.
  • 1976–1994  Pony Express: Staff Relations Branch Newsletter.

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Saskatchewan Genealogical Society This society has a copy of the obituaries on file and an explanation about how the file index was created.
Library Canada Archives describes this collection and other places where more information about Royal Canadian Mounted Police may be found.


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