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  Carleton County GenWeb
Carleton County is located in western New Brunswick adjoining the State of Maine and is partitioned by the Saint John River.
on the Counties and Parishes of New Brunswick
Carleton County Ancestors that migrated to Aroostook County
www.rootsweb.com /~nbcarlet   (859 words)

  Encyclopedia: New Brunswick
New Brunswick is bounded on the north by Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula and Chaleur Bay and on the east by the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and Northumberland Strait.
Sunbury County was a county in the crown colony of Nova Scotia from 1765 to 1784.
Following Confederation, New Brunswick suffered the effects of an economic downturn precipitated by the Great Fire of 1877 in Saint John and the decline of the sailing shipbuilding industry, and compounded by the global recession sparked by the Panic of 1893.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/New-Brunswick   (10563 words)

 List of New Brunswick counties - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Albert County, New Brunswick, formed in 1845 from part of Westmorland County (Hopewell Cape) and a small part of Saint John County
Carleton County, New Brunswick, formed in 1833 from part of York County (Woodstock)
Charlotte County, New Brunswick, one of the original 8 counties (St.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_New_Brunswick_counties   (240 words)

 Florenceville, New Brunswick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The village of Florenceville is located on the banks of the St.
John River, in Carleton County in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
The village has a population of less than 800 people, but is the world headquarters for McCain Foods Limited, the largest producer of French fries in the world.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Florenceville,_New_Brunswick   (192 words)

 Birth of Carleton County, New Brunswick
The Carleton County act of 1831 was printed along with the regular acts of 1833.
John Wentworth Winslow, Esquire, to be Sheriff of the County of Carleton.
to be Surrogate and Judge of Probate in the County of Carleton.
webhome.idirect.com /~cpwalsh/nb/municipal/carletonbirth.htm   (501 words)

 Gregg Martin WAGER
Thomas Woolverton was born in Hunterdon County, NJ cir 1737 and in 1750, at the age of 13, moved with his parents to Sussex County, NJ.
Since he had a brother, John, who lived in Washington/Greene County, PA, it is highly possible that Thomas and Mary Wolverton and their children lived there during that period.
In the summer of that year, Major B. Griffith with other Loyalists and their families (accompanied by a number of soldiers) were promised grants of land, provided with boats, and three years provisions by the Government.
www.angelfire.com /music2/greggwager/wager380.html   (935 words)

 Canadian Genealogy and History Links - New Brunswick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Grantbook Database This searchable database consists of records of land settlement in New Brunswick in the period 1765-1800.
Barters of Carleton County The Barters were the first landowners in Avondale NB and their story, beginning about 1750 in England, is lengthy but quite fascinating.
Hickie Genealogy by Ruth Murgatroyd Hickey(ie) genealogy from Restigouche County in northern New Brunswick.
www.islandnet.com /~jveinot/cghl/new-brunswick.html   (1759 words)

 Welcome to the Carleton Model Railroad Webpages
The Carleton Railway is a freelanced HO scale double-deck model railway based on railway operations "as they could have been" in Carleton County, New Brunswick, in the mid-1960's.
The unmodelled section of the railway that runs from Montreal, through the State of Maine, and into western New Brunwsick at Avondale is the "International Division." The modelled section from Avondale (including Waterville, Rosedale, Silverdale, Pembroke, Wakefield, South Newbridge, Clarkville, and Nortondale) to hidden staging in Millville is the River Valley Division.
The Carleton Railway inter-changes with the CNR (Centreville Subd.) at Avondale, the CPR (Gibson Subd.) at Millville, and (off layout) the BAR at Montecello and Squa Pan, Maine.
www.geocities.com /carletonrr   (268 words)

 Cemeteries of Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada - Cemetery Records - Genealogy
Cemeteries of Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada - Cemetery Records - Genealogy
A free online library of burial records from thousands of cemeteries across the world, for historical and genealogy research.
New Cemeteries - a newsfeed of all new cemetery transcriptions published on Interment (daily)
www.interment.net /can/nb/carleton/index.htm   (55 words)

 Connell Memorial Herbarium
The mission of the Connell Memorial Herbarium is to house correctly identified representative scientific specimens of the New Brunswick Flora, which includes mainly vascular plants (ferns and their relatives, conifers, and flowering plants), and a small collection of algae.
The herbarium is a research and teaching facility and serves as the official repository for specimens of endangered and threatened New Brunswick plants.
Curation, including care of existing scientific plant specimens and incorporation of new specimens, is essential to the quality and usefulness of herbaria.
www.unb.ca /web/biology/Herb.html   (673 words)

 Dow Settlement - Carleton Co. NB Canada
As indicated on the page up one level, when those of the bbbfaa line, our direct family, who remained in New Brunswick (many returned to the United States) left the Oromoncto/Burton areas of Sunbury County and the Kingsclear area of York County, they moved further up the St.
Like the Dow Settlement in York County, this was not a town but a specific area of farms and houses and a school clustered together at a crossroads in Brighton Parish of Carleton County, New Brunswick, east of the St. John River and the town of Lower Brighton where later generations of our family lived.
In summary, then, we know that Dow Settlement in Brighton Parish of Carleton County NB was first settled by John Sweeney (from Ireland) and William Dow [RN 620] bbbfaab, my great great grandfather, and Vardus Shaw [RN3181] (both natives of NB) in the year 1848.
www.dowlink.net /dow_settlement_carleton_co.htm   (1506 words)

 Email from Wiley Waugh
For the FINNAMOREs descended from Isaac and Susan of New Brunswick circa 1830-1901
The following is the full text of an email from Wiley F. Waugh, a volunteer genealogy researcher in Carleton County, NB, who has compiled data on many families in the area.
I contacted him through his entries on the Carleton County, New Brunswick Lookups page of rootsweb.com.
www.elvenminstrel.com /family/genealogy/waughfiles.htm   (511 words)

 UNBF Libraries - Subject Guides and Tutorials - Genealogy
You may also wish to contact the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, a "non-profit organization founded in 1978 to encourage and facilitate family historical research in New Brunswick".
Fredericton: Associates of the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.
The original documents are held by the New Brunswick Provincial Archives.
www.lib.unb.ca /subject_guides/Genealogy.html   (1584 words)

Counties of England, Wales and Scotland prior to the 1974 boundary changes.
The Harriet Irving Library The Harriet Irving Library at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, N.B. is a repository of Loyalist resources which is unique in Canada.
The County Atlas Digital Project is a searchable database of the property owners' names which appear on the township maps in the county atlases.
www.bifhsgo.ca /links.htm   (4035 words)

 Cyndi's List - Canada - New Brunswick
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.
Dedicated to James Alexander McKinney and his wife, Mary Ann (Murphy) McKinney who immigrated from County Tyrone, Northern Ireland in 1825 and their neighbors, pioneers, who cleared the forest land and established the communities of Summer Hill, Dunns Corner and Headline.
Index to the 1901 Census of New Brunswick 
www.cyndislist.com /newbruns.htm   (2425 words)

 Remote Sensing in Canada, Newsletter of the Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, Vol. 19 No. 2: Using SAR and MEIS in the ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1989 the New Brunswick Soil Survey Unit of the Land Resource Research Centre (LRRC) of Agriculture Canada initiated a project with the Canada Centre for Remote Sensing and the Department of Surveying Engineering of the University of New Brunswick.
The study area is located in the potato belt of Carleton County, New Brunswick.
The MEIS, MSSMSS and SAR remote sensing data is currently being analyzed for geometric and radiometric corrections and registration.
www.ccrs.nrcan.gc.ca /ccrs/com/rsnewsltr/1902/1902ra2_e.html   (523 words)

 Land Resources for Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada
Period covered appears by the Carleton County maps seems to be the mid-1800s but probably drawn much later, based on the land grants up to an unknown cutoff date.
The Land Registration office was created to handle all subsequent transfers of land and this was at the County Record Office at the courthouse at each county seat.
is the searchable cadastral database for land settlement in New Brunswick for the period 1765 to 1800 from the PANB/UNB.
www.rootsweb.com /~nbcarlet/land.htm   (645 words)

 Carleton County, New Brunswick
The Parish of Wicklow, Wilmot, Peel and Aberdeen is located in the central western part of New Brunswick, bordering Maine and extending as far East as the village of Juniper.
This area, known as Northern Carlton County, is made famous by the McCain headquarters.
At this time a new rectory was purchased in Centreville.
www.pastorpainter.com /wwpa.htm   (694 words)

 1833 New Brunswick Census of Madawaska - Main Page
The 1833 New Brunswick Special Census of Madawaska on both sides of the St.John River, Carleton County, New Brunswick (now Madawaska Co., New Brunswick and Aroostook Co., Maine)
This is a transcription of a special census of the Madawaska Settlement undertaken by the Province of New Brunswick in late 1833.
See a report in a New Brunswick newspaper from July 1829 on the bad harvests in Madawaska.
www.upperstjohn.com /1833   (1182 words)

 New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The New Brunswick Genealogical Society website has moved.
Please reset your bookmarks to reflect the new location.
You should be automatically re-directed to the new site within 20 seconds.
www.bitheads.com /nbgs   (39 words)

 Ruby M Cusack - Queries - 1998 - New Brunswick - GENEALOGY
Stewart ­ - Baird: William Stewart was born in 1830 in New Brunswick and married Mary Jane Baird in Chipman, N.B., in 1854.
All of the children were born in New Brunswick between 1853 and 1864.
Conradt was a captain of the New Jersey Volunteers for the Loyalist cause and was forced to flee to Canada in 1783.
www.rubycusack.com /Queries-1998.html   (15350 words)

 Florenceville -- New Brunswick -- Canada
The village of Florenceville is located in picturesque Carleton County in New Brunswick Canada.
The scenic St. John River and its tributaries embrace a number of communities in Carleton County.
The province of New Brunswick is called the PICTURE PROVINCE.
www.our.homewithgod.com /florenceville   (443 words)

In early '79 bassist Kevin Maddox returned to the County to work on his farm, and was replaced by Peter Sisk, a student from Moncton NB who was just finishing up at UNB.
Rehearsals were intense with attention paid to the most minute details of arrangement, timing, who would be soloing when and where, etc. The hard work and persistence paid off as it caught the ears of Andrew McCain, currently the president of Loggerhead Records.
Andrew took over management and suggested that the band should make a record, and the result was an LP called "Howard She Goin'", a collection of folk-flavoured tunes mostly focusing on the theme of trials and tribulations of growing up in Carleton County and other parts of Maritime Canada.
www.creativeradiocentral.com /howardbrookband.html   (737 words)

 New Brunswick, Canada Genealogy Forum
Re: LeBlanc and Bourque of Westmorland County - Lill MacDougall 9/14/05
Re: Selwyn Williston, buried in Chatham, New Brunswick - Cathy Kirby 7/17/05
Brower's from HOLLAND, to USA,to NEW BRUNSWICK, CDA.
genforum.genealogy.com /canada/newbrunswick   (853 words)

 Ruby Cusack - Books - New Brunswick - Genealogical and Historical
The city of Saint John, New Brunswick has suffered from many fires but the Great Fire of June 20, 1877 was the most destructive of all.
An autobiography of the Rev Basil J Buckland, who was a rural minister in New Brunswick from 1938 to 1979.
Following the Fowlers from Ireland to New Brunswick and their scattering to many parts of Canada, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, the Virgin Island, Cyprus and England is a most interesting reading journey.
www.rubycusack.com /Bookshelf.html   (6714 words)

 River du Chute New Brunswick now and then
in 1966 made to the community of River de Chute New Brunswick.
In some cases the new right of way is built to one side of
new stone and concrete bridge was built to the side.
summerville-novascotia.com /CoveredBridges/RiverDeChute.html   (708 words)

 Listings New Brunswick
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Local Florist delivery in New Brunswick of flowers for the New Baby.
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 Carleton County, New Brunswick Wedding Photographers, Carleton County, New Brunswick Wedding Dresses, Carleton County, ...
Carleton County, New Brunswick Wedding Photographers, Carleton County, New Brunswick Wedding Dresses, Carleton County, New Brunswick Wedding Invitations
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www.mycanadianwedding.com /New-Brunswick/All-of-New-Brunswick/Carleton-County   (258 words)

 Etta Haywood Faulkner History Genealogy Woodstock Carleton County New Brunswick
Ever since I was a child, I have been interested in family connections.
Flood on Meduxnekeag River 1952 Woodstock New Brunswick
GO PLACIDLY amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence.
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 CANADIAN REAL ESTATE LINKS - Canada Wide Preferred Realtors including Vancouver and Okanagan Real Estate, Ontario and ...
Mark Gauley, St. Andrew's Real Estate Mark's professionalism has earned him the honor of Number 1 Realtor in St. Andrews and Charlotte County, The New Brunswick Real Estate Association's highest award.
Prudential Summit Realty Inc., Saint John Real Estate When buying or selling property in Saint John, Kings County, Sussex, Charlotte County or Grand Manan you can count on Prudential Summit Real Estate Inc. for professional service and Rock Solid® advice.
We have the most experienced and knowledgeable real estate sales team in southern New Brunswick.
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 R. Wallace Hale - Home Page - from the depths of Fort Havoc
Some genealogical material relating to persons and families of New Brunswick, Canada, is included in the mixture.
Sources and availability of new and previous publications are detailed, and periodically, works in progress will be announced.
Dust bunnies are not members of the genus Lepus, and the proposal to classify them as Capillaris lutum is without merit.
personal.nbnet.nb.ca /halew   (215 words)

 Genealogy Resources on the Internet - WWW/Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Contains Marriages, Deaths, Ship News (primarily Port of Halifax), and other clips of interest.
It is somewhat more difficult to tell at a glance what entries are in the same district.
The York Region Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS) encourages, assists, and brings together all those interested in the pursuit of family history in York Region, formerly part of York County, Ontario.
www-personal.umich.edu /~cgaunt/canada.html   (1642 words)

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