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From New Brunswick to Massachusetts : Misc. Marriages 1841-1850

New Brunswick Census Central Access. Links to all known online census information for New Brunswick, its lands prior to formation of the Province & its once-disputed border areas.

1851 Census of New Brunswick Index

Index to the 1911 Census of Canada : New Brunswick. Partial, work in progress.

Vital Statistics Search Engine of the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

Report of Admissions at the Port of Grand Falls, New Brunswick for the Month of August 1913

New Brunswick Cemeteries On-line Research.

1752 Acadian Census

Loyalist Descendants of New Brunswick and Maine Plus Others. GEDCOM database, over 97500 entries.

Irish New Brunswick Genealogies. This on-line listing contains information on over 1,500 of the first Irish families to arrive in New Brunswick (Canada).

Voices, Vessels and Vellum: Digital images and text transcriptions of one hundred 18th century documents from the Saint John, New Brunswick Free Public Library Primary Source Documents Collection.

Black Watch (42nd Regiment) Veterans to New Brunswick (Canada) in 1783

Index to Marriage Bonds, 1810-1932, New Brunswick, Canada

Passenger Lists, 1816-1838, New Brunswick, Canada

Index to Registers of Letters Patent and Supplementary Letters Patent Issued, 1885-1976, New Brunswick, Canada

Lovell Directory 1871, New Brunswick, Canada

McAlpine's Maritime Provinces Directory for 1870-71. Covers Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island.

Grantbook Database, New Brunswick, Canada. This database consists of records of land settlement in New Brunswick in the period 1765-1900. County or place of settlement can be searched, as can be primary grant holder names.

Old Soldiers Records : New Brunswick, Canada Records of Old Revolutionary Soldiers and Their Widows.

Biographical Review : biographical sketches of leading citizens of the province of New Brunswick. Free online edition of this 600 page issue of Biographical Review published in Boston in 1900.

Subscriptions to the fund for relief of the sufferers by the great fire in New Brunswick (Canada), 7th October, 1825. Report of the New Brunswick Commission of Enquiry (scroll down the page for the list of subcribers)

Brenan's Funeral Homes Obituaries, New Brunswick, Canada. Browse current obituaries or search old obituaries from 11 funeral homes in various New Brunswick locations.

Index to Justice of the Peace Appointment Register, 1863-1963, New Brunswick, Canada

Guide to Family Histories, New Brunswick, Canada. The Guide to Family Histories at the Provincial Archives was created to enhance access to the many family histories found in a multitude of sources at the Archives. References in this volume are to books, files or microfilm and the information can vary in volume from a couple of lines to many pages.

Acadian Cemeteries of New Brunswick, Canada : Tombstone photographs for nearly 50 cemeteries.

Recent New Brunswick, Canada Obituaries. Online searchable obituary listing back to 2002 of The Times & Transcript, The Telegraph-Journal, The Daily Gleaner, and l'Étoile.

Guide to Biographies, New Brunswick, Canada. The Guide to Biographies at the Provincial Archives was created to enhance access to the many biographies found in a multitude of sources at the Archives.

Ward Chipman, Muster Master's Office 1777-1785. Ward Chipman the Elder, (1754-1824), a Massachusetts lawyer, was also an army administrator in the State of New York between 1777 and 1783. In 1784, he settled in New Brunswick, where he served as solicitor general until 1808. The Ward Chipman Papers contain muster rolls of Loyalists, and their families, who were members of demobilized regiments and who settled in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. This research tool provides access to nearly 19,000 references to Loyalist families.

The King's New Brunswick Regiment 1793-1802. Free online edition of a book by by Jonas Howe in Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society, Volume I, Saint John, N.B., The Daily Telegraph Steam Book and Job Print, 1894. Includes roster.

Index to Land Petitions: Original Series 1783-1918, New Brunswick, Canada

Directories for 1865 - 1868, New Brunswick, Canada. Published by Thomas Hutchinson.

1783 Studholm Report : French inhabitants. Covers the state of land grants in the St. Johns River area of New Brunswick.

New Brunswick, Canada natives who died in Washington County, Minnesota.

CAN-CHALEUR-BAY-IRISH Mailing List. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the Irish Protestants from southwest Cork who settled in the Bay Chaleur area of New Brunswick and Quebec, Canada in the early 1800s. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

CAN-NB-MIRAMICHI Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interrest in the pioneer families who settled along the Miramichi River, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

CAN-NB-OBITS Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for the posting of obituaries and requests for obituary lookups pertaining to individuals of or from New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

CAN-NB-CEMETERIES Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in cemeteries located in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Albert County

    Albert County, New Brunswick Cemeteries

    CAN-NB-ALBERT Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Carleton County

    The Deane and Kavanagh Report, July-August 1831: Survey of the Madawaska Settlement. Penobscot and Washington Counties (now Aroostook County), Maine and Carleton County (now Madawaska Co.), New Brunswick.

    1833 New Brunswick Special Census of the Madawaska Settlement. Carleton County, New Brunswick and Penobscot County, Maine (includes communities on both banks of the Upper St.John River valley in what are now Madawaska Co., New Brunswick, and Aroostook Co., Maine)

    Aroostook County, Maine, 1840 US Census, including communities on the north bank of the upper St.John River in Carleton -- now Madawaska -- County, New Brunswick, Canada.

    The Deane and Cavanaugh report of 1831 (Maine and New Brunswick). John G Deane and Edward Kavanaugh were mandated by the government of the state of Maine by a decree dated 31 march 1831, to inquire as to the number of "squatters" that were illegally established on yet to be granted lands in the Madawaska and Aroostook valley region. Their report is in fact a census of some of the earliest inhabitants of the region.

    Name Index to The Woodstock Press Newspaper, Carleton County, New Brunswick : 1883 - 1885 - 1886 - 1888 - 1889 - 1890 - 1904 - 1905 - 1906 - 1907 - 1908 - 1914 - 1918 - 1920 - 1921 - 1923 - 1924 - 1926

    Index to the Carleton Sentinel Newspaper 1867 to 1870 (Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada)

    Carleton County, New Brunswick Probate Record Book Index : 1833-1873, 1873-1887

    Carleton and Victoria's County Men in the 1st. World War (New Brunswick, Canada)

    Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada Census Records 1871, 1891, 1901

    Cloverdale Cemetery, Parish of Brighton, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Carleton County, New Brunswick Obituaries

    Vital Statistics From New Brunswick Newspapers : Carleton County Extracts

    Woodstock War Memorial, Carleton County, New Brunswick : World War 1 and World War 2

    Wakefield Baptist Cemetery, Carleton County, New Brunswick

    Methodist Cemetery, Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick

    Upper Woodstock Cemetery, Carleton County, New Brunswick

    St. Bonaventure Church Cemetery, Lakeville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada


  • Charlotte County

    Muster Roll of the 74th Regiment Argyle Highlanders Disbanded at Passamaquoddy at the close of the Revolution. The muster listed all the men, women, and children, present at St. Andrews, Passamaquoddy Bay, Nova Scotia, May 24th 1784 (Today in Charlotte County, New Brunswick)

    Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada Marriage Records 1789-1920

    Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada Census Records

    Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Cemetery Records

    St. George, Charlotte County, New Brunswick Church & Cemetery Records

    Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada Census Records 1851-1911

    Misc. Church and Cemetery Records, Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Misc. Obituaries, Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Campobello Island Marriages 1888-1919, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada in Lovell's 1871 Directory

    1811 Militia, Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Campobello, New Brunswick Cemeteries and Churches : Several transcripts and scanned documents.

    Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada Marriages 1789-1870

    Presbyterian Records (Baptisms, 1823-1863 and Marriages, 1839-1854) for Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Saint Croix Courier Deaths, New Brunswick, Canada. information pertaining to Campobello, Charlotte County, only : 1865-1885, 1886-1905, 1906-1925

    1867 Voters List, Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Bocabec Methodist Circuit Records, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada. Marriages 1912-1915, Deaths 1886-1923, Baptisms 1877-1923, Membership List 1905,1908 & 1909.

    Bocabec Presbyterian Cemetery, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Bocabec Community Cemetery, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Bocabec Baptist Cemetery, in Bocabec, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Annals of Calais, Maine and St. Stephen, New Brunswick. Free online edition of a book published in 1875.

    Charlotte County, New Brunswick Surnames : Surnames of interest to genealogical researchers.

    Charlotte County, New Brunswick Strays.

    Misc. Charlotte County, New Brunswick Deaths : 1888-1919 - 2002 - 2003

    Charlotte County, New Brunswick Militia 1805.

    Charlotte County, New Brunswick Soldiers Who Died in WW2.

    Revolutionary War Pensioners & Widows in Charlotte County, New Brunswick in 1843.

    1845 Muster Roll of the 7th Company, 2nd Battalion of the Charlotte County Militia.

    Elmsville Cemetery Settlement, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    CAN-NB-CHARLOTTE Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

    Clarendon Settlement, Charlotte County, New Brunswick in John Lovell's 1871 Directory

    Clarendon Parish, New Brunswick, Canada 1881 Census

    Clarendon, Charlotte County, New Brunswick 1911 Census

    South Branch Lake Cemetery, Clarendon Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick

    Presbyterian Records, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada : Baptisms 1823-1863, Marriages 1839-1854.

    Digdeguash/Elmsville United Church Cemetery, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada Crown Land Returns 1827-1854

    Clarendon, New Brunswick, Canada 1901 Census

    Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada Cemeteries

    Misc. Records, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada. Anglican Church Records 1793-1803, Kirk McColl Church Records 1794-1830, Old Oak Bay (Anglican) Cemetery.

    St. David Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick Records


  • Gloucester County

    Marriages of Restigouche Co. performed in Gloucester Co. from 1826-1841, and some marriages in Gloucester Co. from 1841-1860

    Some Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials for Restigouche and Other Parishes in Baie des Chaleurs (Quebec and New Brunswick) 1759-1795

    Bathurst, Gloucester County, New Brunswick 1861 Census

    Bathurst, Gloucester County, New Brunswick 1871 Census

    Beresford, Gloucester County, New Brunswick 1871 Census

    Beresford, Gloucester County, New Brunswick 1881 Census

    CAN-NB-GLOUCESTER Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Gloucester County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Kent County

    First Settlers of Bouctouche, New Brunswick

    Wellington Parish, Kent County, New Brunswick 1861 Census

    CAN-NB-KENT Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Kings County

    CAN-NB-KINGS Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

    Raymond Paddock Gorham Collection (Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada). A collection of historical data, and brief accounts of Loyalist settlers in the area of Kingston Parish.


  • Madawaska County

    Early Land Grants in Madawaska - 1787, 1790 & 1794 (Maine and New Brunswick)

    The 1820 US Census of Matawascah (Madawaska) Parish, Penobscot County, Maine and York County, New Brunswick. Since the US claimed Madawaska on both sides of the St. John River, this census of Madawaska includes communities in today's New Brunswick.

    Madawaska Settlement, Upper St.John River Penobscot County, Maine and York County, New Brunswick 1830 U.S. Census. In 1830 the US still claimed the area north of the St. John, in what is today New Brunswick. So the census taker included those communities in his returns.

    The Deane and Kavanagh Report, July-August 1831: Survey of the Madawaska Settlement. Penobscot and Washington Counties (now Aroostook County), Maine and Carleton County (now Madawaska Co.), New Brunswick.

    The Deane and Cavanaugh report of 1831 (Maine and New Brunswick). John G Deane and Edward Kavanaugh were mandated by the government of the state of Maine by a decree dated 31 march 1831, to inquire as to the number of "squatters" that were illegally established on yet to be granted lands in the Madawaska and Aroostook valley region. Their report is in fact a census of some of the earliest inhabitants of the region.

    1833 New Brunswick Special Census of the Madawaska Settlement. Carleton County, New Brunswick and Penobscot County, Maine (includes communities on both banks of the Upper St.John River valley in what are now Madawaska Co., New Brunswick, and Aroostook Co., Maine)

    Aroostook County, Maine, 1840 US Census, including communities on the north bank of the upper St.John River in Carleton -- now Madawaska -- County, New Brunswick, Canada.

    Joint Report on Lands Held by Settlers in T.18, Ranges 3-5, 1845. Land holdings in early 1845 in what are today Frenchville, Ste-Agathe, Madawaska, and Grand Isle, Aroostook County, Maine: Names, amount of land held, location, and other information.

    CAN-NB-MADAWASKA Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

    St. Jacques, Madawaska County, New Brunswick : Headstone transcriptions and photos.


  • Northumberland County

    Deaths in Anoka, Minnesota : People born in Northumberland County, New Brunswick.

    CAN-NB-NORTHUMBERLAND Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Northumberland County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Queens County

    Base Gagetown Cemeteries, Queens and Sunbury Counties, New Brunswick, Canada

    Surnames of Base Gagetown, Queens and Sunbury Counties, New Brunswick, Canada

    School Records of Base Gagetown, Queens and Sunbury Counties, New Brunswick, Canada

    Canadian Forces Base Gagetown Cemeteries, New Brunswick, Canada

    CAN-NB-QUEENS Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Restigouche County

    Some Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials for Restigouche and Other Parishes in Baie des Chaleurs (Quebec and New Brunswick) 1759-1795

    Marriages of Restigouche Co. performed in Gloucester Co. from 1826-1841, and some marriages in Gloucester Co. from 1841-1860

    Restigouche County, New Brunswick, Marriage Index of Registers

    Restigouche County, New Brunswick Death Records

    CAN-NB-RESTIGOUCHE Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Restigouche County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Saint John County

    Index to Saint John Burial Permits, 1889-1919, New Brunswick, Canada

    Index To Death Roll of the St. John Globe Newspaper 1897 - 1926 (New Brunswick, Canada)

    CAN-NB-STJOHN Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in county of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, including the city of St. John. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

    Brenan's Funeral Home Records, Saint John, New Brunswick, 1901-1959.


  • Sunbury County

    Base Gagetown Cemeteries, Queens and Sunbury Counties, New Brunswick, Canada

    Surnames of Base Gagetown, Queens and Sunbury Counties, New Brunswick, Canada

    School Records of Base Gagetown, Queens and Sunbury Counties, New Brunswick, Canada

    Canadian Forces Base Gagetown Cemeteries, New Brunswick, Canada

    CAN-NB-SUNBURY Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


  • Victoria County

    Carleton and Victoria's County Men in the 1st. World War (New Brunswick, Canada)

    CAN-NB-VICTORIA Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Victoria County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

    Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick Casualties of War WWI and WW2.

    Old Methodist Cemetery, Perth Andover, Victoria County, New Brunswick, Canada

    Village of Colebrooke (Grand Falls , Victoria County), New Brunswick 1851 Census

    Drummond Parish, Victoria County, New Brunswick 1901 Census

    Grand Falls Parish, Victoria County, New Brunswick 1901 Census

    Assumption Roman Catholic Church Cemetery, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick

    Old Assumption Roman Catholic Cemetery, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick : Headstone transcriptions and photos.

    Saint-Basile, Victoria County, New Brunswick 1861 Census (partial)


  • Westmorland County

    Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada: Extractions from Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist Church Records

    History of Sackville, New Brunswick (Canada). Free online edition of this book by Dr. William Cochran Milner, Historian, and Former Dominion Archivist (1846-1939). Originally published in 1934 by The Tribune Press, Ltd., Printers & Publishers, Sackville, New Brunswick. Several lists of names are included in this work.

    1885 Census of Sackville Parish : This census is a transcription of the original, which was included with the parish registers of Saint Vincent Ferrier Parish (Roman Catholic) of Sackville.

    Registres de la paroisse de Haute-Aboujagane 1878-1899. Haute Aboujagane, Westmorland County, New Brunswick Roman Catholic parish register index 1878-1899 (pdf document).

    CAN-NB-WESTMORLAND Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.

    Memramcook, Westmorland County, New Brunswick Roman Catholic parish register index 1806-1900 (pdf documents) : A to K - L to Z.

    Moncton, New Brunswick 1918 Directory (Images online)

    Shediac Parish, Westmorland County, New Brunswick 1861 Census (partial)


  • York County

    Original Settlers of Cork Settlement, York County, New Brunswick, Canada. Individuals who left Ireland and between 1841-1847 settled in Cork Settlement.

    The 1820 US Census of Matawascah (Madawaska) Parish, Penobscot County, Maine and York County, New Brunswick. Since the US claimed Madawaska on both sides of the St. John River, this census of Madawaska includes communities in today's New Brunswick.

    Madawaska Settlement, Upper St.John River Penobscot County, Maine and York County, New Brunswick 1830 U.S. Census. In 1830 the US still claimed the area north of the St. John, in what is today New Brunswick. So the census taker included those communities in his returns.

    Bounty for Raising Bread Corn 1817 - 1821, County of York, New Brunswick (Canada)

    List of Persons Who Have Forfeited Their Lands in York County, New Brunswick (1818)

    CAN-NB-YORK Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in York County, New Brunswick, Canada. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.



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