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  Encyclopedia: New Brunswick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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.
New Brunswick was one of the four original provinces of Canada formed with Confederation in 1867.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/New-Brunswick   (10544 words)

  
 Ruby M Cusack New Brunswick Kings County Schools
In 1983, the Kings County Retired Teachers' Association decided to undertake the writing of a history of the rural schools.
When James Brown, a member of a commission appointed by the government to look into the state of education in New Brunswick, visited the Tennant's Cove school in 1844, Thomas Davis of Earle's Wharf was in charge.
He was married to Anna Lawrence (1762-1824) Anna was born in Flushing, New York, and died in Grande Pointe, Queens County, New Brunswick.
www.rubycusack.com /issue179.html   (879 words)

  
 Kings County GenWeb
Kings County is located in Southern New Brunswick and is surrounded by Saint John, Queens and Albert Counties.
Kings County has rolling hills and is ideal for farming (in most places).
When New Brunswick was still part of Nova Scotia (in the pre Loyalist era) the lands that were set apart as the Township of Conway extended up the Saint John River to encompas part of the land now within Kings County.
www.rootsweb.com /~nbkings   (527 words)

  
 Robert Moore Descendents
Asa CRONK was born in 1795 in King's County N.B..
Margaret Eleanor CRONK was born in 1850 in Kings Cty N.B..
She was born in Long Reach Kings County N.B. She was married to Cabel Davis CRAWFORD on 2 Dec 1845 in lik Kings Cty N.B..
www.travelback.com /moore   (5059 words)

  
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These brave souls remained loyal to King and Crown through great animosity and at the close of the war started their lives over in a new and wild land.
Many New Brunswickers can trace their family tree back to a Loyalist descendant; Loyalist Simeon Mallery is where the Kings County Mallery's/Mallory's begins.
Simeon Mallery served as a private in this regiment until it was disbanded at Saint John, New Brunswick in October 1783.
www.geocities.com /private_pwar   (715 words)

  
 Henry Pearce of Norton in Kings County NB   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pearce [677], born 1840 in New Brunswick; died 1842 in New Brunswick.
Pearce [659], born 1842 in New Brunswick; died 1894 in New Brunswick.
Pearce [906], born <1868> in Studholm, Kings County, New Brunswick.
www.genealogycanada.ca /norton/henry0.htm   (8251 words)

  
 Canadian Genealogy and History Links - New Brunswick
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)

  
 Descendants of Elizabeth Ann Gamblin Born 1844   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
She was born 1869 in Queensbury, York County, New Brunswick, Canada, and died November 17, 1893 in Case Settlement, New Brunswick, Canada.
She was born January 08, 1879 in Collina, New Brunswick, Canada, and died December 15, 1966 in Sussex, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada.
She was born August 19, 1907 in Goshen, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada, and died July 02, 1983 in Sussex, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada.
www.gamblinfamily.org /html/elizabeth_ann_gamblin.html   (9166 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Kings County Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Kings County is the name of several counties aorund the world: Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada Kings County, California, United States of America King's County, I...
King's County, Ireland is the former name of County Offaly.
Kings County, New York, United States of America (the county coterminous with the borough of Brooklyn in New York, New York)
www.ipedia.com /kings_county.html   (152 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Piers [60], born <1823> in New Brunswick; died in Kingston, Kings County, New Brunswick.
She married on 28 Nov 1844 in Kingston, Kings County New Brunswick Samuel Ganong [61], born 29 May 1820 in Kingston, New Brunswick; died 28 Jun 1874 in Woodstock, New Brunswick, son of Thomas Carlton Ganong [154] and Elizabeth Cox [155].
Ganong [63], born 5 Jun 1847 in Woodstock, New Brunswick.
www.genealogycanada.ca /kingston/sam.htm   (5389 words)

  
 Descendants of Johanna Gamblin Born 1847   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
She was born 1866 in Keirstead Mountain, New Brunswick, Canada, and died October 20, 1939 in Keirstead Mountain, New Brunswick, Canada.
She was born 1869 in Keirstead Mountain, New Brunswick, Canada, and died October 09, 1928 in Lakeside, New Brunswick, Canada.
She was born December 10, 1895 in Collina, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada, and died January 13, 1983 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
www.gamblinfamily.org /html/joanna_gamblin.html   (10350 words)

  
 McLeod Family's Home Page
This page is about my McLeod family's roots which run from New Brunswick, Canada in the 1700s to Maine and Massachusetts, U.S.A. in the 1800s and back to Canada in the 1900s.
Over the course of their lives, John and Abbie lived in different parts of New Brunswick and travelled to Maine (ME) where John was the Canadian Pacific Railroad station agent at Seboeis (1895 photo of station).
According to John's declaration, he was enrolled in the Militia Regiment of Kings County and served with it at Fox Hill under the command of Captain D.M. Campbell.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~dimcl   (1132 words)

  
 Harrington Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
WILLIAM ALBERT HARRINGTON (JAMES) was born 1854 in Havelock, New Brunswick, Canada, and died 25 December 1919 in Hayden Ridge, New Brunswick, Canada.
PEARL RALPH HARRINGTON (WILLIAM ALBERT) (JAMES) was born 27 December 1880 in Hayden Ridge, New Brunswick, Canada, and died 30 October 1935 in Ware, Mass..
Arnold Ralph HARRINGTON (PEARL RALPH, WILLIAM ALBERT, JAMES) was born 23 April 1907 in Biggar Ridge, New Brunswick, and died 15 October 1979 in Whitby, Ontario, Canada.
members.aol.com /Joylana/index.harrington.html   (494 words)

  
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She died on 26 Dec 1851 in Kings County, Mary Ann was the daughter of Stephen Cronk and Rebecca Parker and was a first cousin of Henry.
She died 12 Oct 1901 Kings Cty N.B. Hannah was a daughter of Walter Moore #4 and as Henry Cronk was a son of Walter's sister Eleanor Moore Cronk #7, this was also a marriage of first cousins.
Given the honour of laying the cornerstone for the new County Court house in 1939 Both bur Highland Cemetery Gladwin.
travelback.com /moore/partb.htm   (4301 words)

  
 Descendants of Caleb Spragg
CALEB SPRAGG was born on DEC 11 1766 in FISHKILL, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
EDITH JANE SPRAGG was born on JUN 16 1837 in NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA.
She married Samuel Asa Mckenzie from New Brunswick, Canada and died on January 17, 1919.
home.att.net /~rspragg/calebdecendents.htm   (1175 words)

  
 Capt. Caleb CARVER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Many towns and counties and locations in Maine are apparently named for people listed in the Massachusetts Banishment Act of 1778, since many seem to have gone to Maine when they were proscribed and banished.)
Bell's 'Early Loyalist Saint John,' indicates his family at New York consisted of a wife and eight children, all over ten years of age; arrived on the transport vessel 'Amity's Production,' without family.
However, I believe this is new information to U.S. researchers because I've yet to find any data online indicating anyone else has this information, and I've so far not found any information on any published Carver genealogies available to me that has published this data.
www.brainerd.net /~bevgand/ps01_467.htm   (541 words)

  
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This New Photo is of the Rockville, Waterford parish, Kings County, NB School.
As soon as a new home can be found, I will be moving parishes info their.
If anyone has photo's of tombstones in Kings Co. I would love a copy to add to this project contact me at njadams@nbnet.nb.ca
www.geocities.com /Athens/Oracle/5285   (388 words)

  
 Philip Keithland
It was not an easy life in the new Colony, as it was just a wilderness, except for a few Acadian settlers.
It has been said that he received a Grant of land From King George 3rd in the vacinity (sic) of what is now Market Slip but no record could be found to substantiate this.
They had given up their homes, businesses and many loved ones to settle in a new land, as told by Ester Clark Wright in her book "The Loyalists of New Brunswick." A book by Stuart Truman, "The Ultimate History of New Brunswick," also tells of the hardships endured by the Loyalists.
www.kichline.com /genealogy/kichphil.htm   (1842 words)

  
 Loyalist Institute: Family Genealogy Links
A collection of information and links related to the Davis/McDowell and Smith/Glidden families of Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, England, North Ireland and Wales from the 1500s to the present.
Devoted to the Lawrence, McNally, Gordon, Pond, Jewett, Boone, Hovey, Fraser, and Allen families of York County, New Brunswick.
An overview of Loyalist Simeon Mallery and the roots of the Mallery family tree in Kings County New Brunswick.
www.royalprovincial.com /etc/links/families.htm   (369 words)

  
 Regional Web Portal - Home Page Kings County New Brunswick Canada and the Bay of Fundy Coast.
Regional Web Portal - Home Page Kings County New Brunswick Canada and the Bay of Fundy Coast.
Whether adding value to an existing business, or starting a new online venture, talk to us first for your ecommerce solutions.
kcnb.ca, Kings County New Brunswick Canada, Serving the Sussex Region to the Bay of Fundy Coast.
www.kcnb.ca   (156 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Kings County , New Brunswick, Canada - (county) - Facts and Information
AllRefer.com - Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada - (county) - Facts and Information
Kings, county (1,374 sq mi/3,559 sq km; 1991 pop.
Capital city or county seat is shown by the symbol
reference.allrefer.com /gazetteer/K/K04566-kings.html   (130 words)

  
 Isaac DUNHAM/Anne GACH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Born: ABT 1737 at: Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey Married: 22 AUG 1759 at: Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey Died: 1802 at: Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada Father:David DUNHAM, JR Mother:Mary FREEMAN Other Spouses:
Born: 1761 at: Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey Died: at: Kings County, NB Father: Mother: Other Spouses:
Name: David DUNHAM Born: JAN 1765 at: Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey Married: at: Died: 1850 at: Spouses: MARY
www.journeyback.com /DUNHAM/fam00573.htm   (140 words)

  
 Churches and Tombstones
Let me know if you have a website for this area in NB that you would like to share.
Funeral Homes for New Brunswick - Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island that are on-line, If anyone know of more online please contact me.
If you would like more information on Kings Co. You can go to the “GenWeb” site for this area.
ca.geocities.com /travelier_1999   (323 words)

  
 The Hall Family Genealogy Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
I am descended from the Hall family in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick,
Through this website, I have connected (on-line) with relatives I haven't heard from since I was a child and as well as those I never knew existed.
If you think you might have a connection to my Hall Family of Kings County, NB., I'd enjoy hearing from you.
members.shaw.ca /clanhall/main.htm   (190 words)

  
 Genealogy Data
Birth : 20 JUN 1746 STONINGTON, NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT
Birth : 5 MAR 1735/36 STONINGTON, NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT
Birth : 4 JUN 1756 STONINGTON, NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT
www.wou.edu /~cray/dat190.html   (3254 words)

  
 James KATHALINE, b: 1816 - Long Island, Canada
Born: 1816 - Long Island, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada Marr: - Died: - Father: Joseph KEITHLINE Mother: Agnes PRINCE Other Spouses:
Born: 1820 - Long Island, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada Marr: 3 JUL 1856 - Kingston Died: 28 APR 1891 - White Head, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada Father: Joseph KEITHLINE Mother: Agnes PRINCE Other Spouses:
Born: 1827 - Long Island, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada Marr: - Died: ABT.
www.kichline.com /genealogy/kichline/gp2460.htm   (272 words)

  
 Studholm Parish, King's Co. NB   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
I have gathered cemetery information concerning the surnames I am researching [Branscombe, Harrington, Jamieson, McAlister] in New Brunswick.
nondenominational cemetery in Smith Creek, Studholm Parish, Kings.
Kierstead Mountain, Studholm Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick
members.aol.com /Joylana/cemetery.html   (770 words)

  
 Titanic Instant Books
Another survey of trading activity in Titanic instant books on eBay, this time for a 2-week period in April 2000, giving prices realized and location of sellers.
A page of links used in the preparation of my article published in the Spring 1999 issue of Acadiensis, a regional history journal based at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada.
Marshall Everett's Story of the Wreck of the Titanic was given to my grandmother, Mary DeMille Dann of Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada on her 17th birthday, June 20th, 1912--two months after the disaster.
personal.nbnet.nb.ca /jay   (439 words)

  
 New Brunswick Covered bridges Page 3, Kings County, Saint John County, Queens County
New Brunswick Covered bridges Page 3, Kings County, Saint John County, Queens County
Click on the image to view the details of the bridge
If you have any questions or coments on this page please Click here to E Mail me.
summerville-novascotia.com /CoveredBridges/Bridges3.html   (62 words)

  
 Walkerite Mineral Data
Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (New Brunswick Division) mine at Penobsquis, near Sussex, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada.
Comments: Scanning electron micrograph of an acicular walkerite crystal.
Location: Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (New Brunswick Division) mine at Penobsquis, near Sussex, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada.
webmineral.com /data/Walkerite.shtml   (271 words)

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