Hyde, Saskatchewan, Canada

The Hamlet of Hyde Saskatchewan, was located on the North Side of the Qu'Appelle Valley,
originally in the North West Territories, In 1905 the area became Saskatchewan

Hyde was referred to originally as “Sleepy Hollow”

Named after the founder of the Hamlet,
George Audley Edward Hyde
b- June 8, 1856, at Sea, near Cape Horn
d- Dec 23, 1935, in Vancouver BC, age 79
See Hyde History for his Family History

Located on SE 1/4 OF Sec 21, Twp 19, Rge 7, W2

Hyde is in the RM of McLeod

Lat/Long= 50° 39' 00“ N - 102° 54' 00” W

Hyde Historical Sign
Photo courtesy Henry Middelhoek, taken 1996

Located 30KM, OR 19 Miles South of Melville SK. on Highway 47

Map above shows the Location of Hyde, In the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada

Map of Hyde and area
Map above shows Hyde in relation to Melville, Grenfell, and Neudorf, The Lake on the right by Hwy 247 sign, is Crooked Lake

Hyde Section Map
The Large Map above shows all the Sections in Township 19 and Range 7 area, around the Hamlet of Hyde
I am a little off on the Location of Hyde, it should be a little west of the point I show here pretty well in the middle of the section, but just north of the river.


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