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  Alphabetical List of Women's History Records held by the New York State Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Lists of New York State women who were discharged or deceased at the close of World War I. The records list the duty to which each woman was assigned, the country of assignment, dates of service and home address.
Letter of Eunice Ford of Elmira, Chemung County, New York, to her elderly brother, expressing sympathy on his grave illness, and stating her "pleasing anticipation that we shall soon meet on the other side of the Jordan".
Of particular interest is a lengthy letter to the [?] County Superintendent of schools, in which Willard relates in detail her vision of the ideal educational plan for common schools, and advocates the use of women to serve under the Superintendent or on committees that oversee the schools.
www.nysl.nysed.gov /msscfa/women.htm   (13375 words)

  
 Early New Jersey Printers: Introduction
He was also New York's public printer from 1744-1752, which gave him all the government publications printing jobs.
Kollock was originally from Lewes, Delaware, but he ended up stationed in New Jersey while serving as a lieutenant in the New York Militia and later the Continental Artillery Regiment (Anderson.) His brother decided to serve in the British forces, and they nearly came face to face in battle in Elizabeth(town).
New Jersey historian Joseph Felcone relates that Walker was only in New Brunswick for three years, and then relocated to Philadelphia.
www.constantreader.org /printers/intro.html   (2399 words)

  
 Washington County, Maine at AllExperts
Washington County is a county located in the U.S. state of Maine.
In the county the population was spread out with 22.90% under the age of 18, 8.00% from 18 to 24, 26.30% from 25 to 44, 25.60% from 45 to 64, and 17.30% who were 65 years of age or older.
The median income for a household in the county was $25,869, and the median income for a family was $31,657.
en.allexperts.com /e/w/wa/washington_county,_maine.htm   (495 words)

  
 York Weekly: Student sails aboard tall ship
YORK - John O’Sullivan, a junior at York High School, and a good Irish boy at heart, was one of five area students who had the opportunity to sail into the sunset on the Jeanie Johnston, an Irish tall ship replica, which left Portsmouth Harbor on Aug. 11.
The Jeanie Johnston made 16 voyages in the seven years after her maiden voyage on April 24, 1848, and during that time, not a single crew member or passenger was lost.
From New Brunswick, the crew planned to sail the waters of Canada, stop at Quebec, and head back to Ireland.
www.seacoastonline.com /2003news/yorkweekly/08272003/news/47103.htm   (691 words)

  
 Family Heritage.ca - New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Genealogy - New Maryland Census of 1881 (York County, New Brunswick, ...
New Maryland, York County, New Brunswick: Census of 1881
Introduction to the New Maryland Census of 1881
New Maryland is situated south of Fredericton, the capital of the province of New Brunswick, Canada.
www.familyheritage.ca /newmary1881.html   (488 words)

  
 York County, New Brunswick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
York County (2001 population 87,212) is located in west-central New Brunswick, Canada.
Outside the city, farming and forestry are two major industries in the county, which is bisected by the Saint John River.
Meductic is New Brunswick's smallest municipality by population.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/York_County,_New_Brunswick   (203 words)

  
 BRUNSWICK RENSSELAER COUNTY NEW YORK 1855 CENSUS
The town of Brunswick was formed from Troy March 20 1807.
In 1855 consisted of the villages of Brunswick Center, East Brunswick, Millville and Cropseyville.
Noted were years of residence in Brunswick, occupation and whether native, naturalized or alien.
members.tripod.com /~DERBYSHIRE_2/BRUNSWICK1855-2.html   (1105 words)

  
 Free Surname Search - New Brunswick
This database consists of records of land settlement in New Brunswick in the period 1765-1900.
Assembled in 1776, the Prince of Wales American Volunteers departed New York, in September 1783 at the demise of the war, their destination being the Saint John River.
They were disbanded in October 1783 and set out to begin their lives a new in the wilds of Nova Scotia (modern New Brunswick).
www.freesurnamesearch.com /search/canada/nben.html   (1170 words)

  
 Rensselaer County, New York Genealogical Records Information
In 1850, new laws favoring the tenants over the patrons were enacted, putting an end to the bloodshed.
Rensselaer County played a crucial role in the Civil War, providing the Union Army with machine made horseshoes made at the Burden Iron Works, which was powered by the largest waterwheel in the world.
The descendants of Timothy Carpenter of Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., New York
www.mynewyorkgenealogy.com /ny_county/re.htm   (1751 words)

  
 New Brunswick Visitor Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The city serves as the County Seat for Middlesex County and is situated directly on the Raritan River.
Newark International Airport is only 20 minutes to the north, and New York City less than an hour by car, bus or train.
When your plans bring you to New Brunswick for an afternoon of shopping or an evening of theater and dining, or a visit to one of our outstanding health care facilities or to Rutgers, you'll find the links below helpful as you plan your trip.
www.newbrunswick.com /visitorinfo.asp   (95 words)

  
 Radio Listeners in Panic, Taking War Drama as Fact
From one New York theatre a manager reported that a throng of playgoers had rushed from his theatre as a result of the broadcast.
Meanwhile the New York telephone operators of the company found their switchboards swamped with incoming demands for information, although the NBC system had no part in the program.
In Baltimore a woman engaged passage on an airliner for New York, where her daughter is in school.
www.war-of-the-worlds.org /Radio/Newspapers/Oct31/NYT.html   (3841 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)

  
 York County, New Brunswick, Canada - General Index
PARISHES: York County was one of the eight original Counties formed when New Brunswick became a separate Province.
There were seven original parishes, however they included only a small portion of the lands assigned to the County, which extended from its present southern line, and took in all the lands now in York, Carleton, Victoria and Madawaska Counties.
Parishes that were in York County at one time, but have been reassigned over the years to Carleton County, and eventually Victoria County or beyond.
homepages.rootsweb.com /~nbpast/YO/yo.html   (1060 words)

  
 Family Group 17
He settled in the parish of Queensbury, York County, not far from the provincial capital of Fredericton.
She died in 1859 and is buried in the Boundary Creek Cemetery near Moncton, Westmorland County, N.B. James and Mary are known to have had five children, James L., Elizabeth, Mary Jane, William E. and Deborah.
Deborah married William KINNEY or KIRON in York County, N.B., in 1827.
www.penningtonresearch.org /family_groups/fg2000-17.htm   (791 words)

  
 Crume Genealogy
of Colesville and Windsor, Broome County, New York.
Their descendants lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa, South Dakota and North Dakota.
They emigrated to New York in 1804 and probably settled at Middleburgh, Schoharie County.
www.onelibrary.com /Genealogy/default.htm   (745 words)

  
 Fredericton Real Estate::Fredericton Real Estate Listings::New Brunswick Real Estate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Population 47,560 (greater Fredericton 81,346, both per 2001 census), is the capital of the province of New Brunswick, Canada.
A street plan was laid out to the west of the original townsite, King's College (now the University of New Brunswick) was founded, and the locale was renamed "Frederick's Town", in honour of the second son of King George III of the United Kingdom, Prince Frederick Augustus, Duke of York.
The New Brunswick Community College maintains a campus in Fredericton, and the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design is also located in the city.
www.frankiegillespie.com   (1930 words)

  
 New Brunswick, New Jersey
New Brunswick, New Jersey is the County Seat of Middlesex County.
The "Hub" of central New Jersey, it is 35 miles south of New York City, and 45 miles north of Philadelphia.
Drive, walk, taxi, public buses are all viable options in New Brunswick.
www.icity.net /cityguide/NewBrunswick.html   (462 words)

  
 New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Inc.
The New Brunswick Genealogical Society Inc. (NBGS, Inc.) is a non-profit organization founded in 1978 to encourage and facilitate family historical research in New Brunswick, Canada.
In late summer 2007 a reunion is planned to celebrate the 170th anniversary of the founding of Harvey Settlement, York County, New Brunswick, by New Brunswick Land Company settlers principally from the Wooler area of Northumberland, U.K. This reunion is novel in that it will be held in the area from which the settlers originated.
The New Brunswick Genealogical Society is pleased to offer its First Families genealogical compilations in digital format.
www.nbgs.ca   (2071 words)

  
 Dow Settlement - York Co. NB Canada
As indicated on the page up one level, when those of the bcdg line who remained in New Brunswick (many returned to the United States) left the Maugerville area, they moved further up the St. John River and settled, at least initially, in the area of Canterbury, York County, NB.
This was not a town, per se, in the modern sense, but a specific area of farms and houses clustered together in Canterbury Parish of York County, New Brunswick, between the St. John River and the town of Canterbury.
An enlarged portion of the above map, in the immediate area of Dow Settlement in York County is shown below.
www.dowlink.net /dow_settlement_york_co.htm   (767 words)

  
 Fogler Library: In-House Research Guide: Genealogy: Census Schedules, Canada
New Brunswick census of 1851 : Albert County GovDoc:open CanNB PA2-1/1851-AL New Brunswick census of 1851, Carleton County GovDoc:open CanNB PA2-1/1851-Ca   
New Brunswick census of 1851, Charlotte County GovDoc:open CanNB PA2-1/1851-Ch v.1-2
New Brunswick census of 1851 : Restigouche County GovDoc:open CanNB PA2-1/1851-Re New Brunswick census of 1851 : Saint John County GovDoc:open CanNB PA2-1/1851-Sj v.1-2
www.library.umaine.edu /general/censuscanada.htm   (511 words)

  
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is located in western New Brunswick sharing its western border with the State of Maine, USA as you can see in the map below.
You may find the neighboring counties in both countries useful in your research and by simply clicking on the neighboring county you will be taken there by cyber magic.
Saint John Branch of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society Inc. is holding a Genealogical Fair on Sept. 16, 2006 from 10 AM to 4 PM at Millidgeville North School, Boar's Head Road, Saint John, NB.
www.rootsweb.com /~nbyork   (453 words)

  
 York Weekly: Maine Public Radio reporter signs on for ‘MaineWatch’
Sometimes the topic will arise from the breaking news of the week, but she also hopes to spotlight a topic that might not otherwise catch media attention.
Renner is an award-winning journalist having received accolades from the Associated Press, Maine Association of Broadcasters and Public Radio News Directors.
Maine Public Broadcasting is the largest Maine-based, member supported organization in the state, providing public television, radio and education services to audiences in Maine, New Hampshire and New Brunswick through Maine PBS and Maine Public Radio.
www.seacoastonline.com /2004news/yorkweekly/03312004/news/8291.htm   (336 words)

  
 Family Heritage.ca - New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Genealogy - 1878 Atlas of York County - Maps of Fredericton and ...
This atlas of York county was first published in 1878 by H. Halfpenny.
It is an excellent record of the farmers and townspeople who lived in this large county and invaluable for finding their residences and places of business.
It can be used in conjunction with the censuses of 1871 and 1881 to situate families geographically and identify their neighbours and local relationships.
www.familyheritage.ca /atlas1.html   (191 words)

  
 Census Records for York County, New Brunswick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
New Maryland Parish 1871 census Records - by Rob Fisher
An 1878 map of New Maryland also included on the page, which is close to the time of this census record and should give a good indication of where your ancestor was living at that date.
New Maryland Parish 1881 census Records - by Rob Fisher
www.rootsweb.com /~nbyork/census.htm   (376 words)

  
 Brunswick Church of Troy, New York
How is it that we who live in the richest country with the most toys feel poor?
This winter Brunswick Church is going to take a hard look at money.
Brunswick Church / 42 White Church Lane / Troy, NY 12180
www.brunswickchurch.org   (162 words)

  
 Wired New York
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 AllRefer.com - York County , New Brunswick, Canada - (county) - Facts and Information
AllRefer.com - York County, New Brunswick, Canada - (county) - Facts and Information
York, county (3,545 sq mi/9,182 sq km; 1991 pop.
Fredericton; 44°00'N 79°30'W. Drained by St. John R. Capital city or county seat is shown by the symbol
reference.allrefer.com /gazetteer/Y/Y01277-york.html   (134 words)

  
 Aaron and Catherine Hartt
Aaron Samuel Hartt was a school teacher in a one-room schoolhouse near Woodstock, New Brunswick.
Samuel died on February 16, 1796 leaving his widow, Catherine, with two children: Catherine Dayton, never married, lived with her mother, taught school, and died in Fredericton, NB; and William, a farmer in Douglas, York County, NB.
Married James Watson McPhail, in Perth, New Brunswick, on April 28, 1891.
www.myhartt.com /families/aaron_and_catherine_hartt.htm   (362 words)

  
 1830 US Census, Madawaska Settlement, Penobscot Co. Maine & York Co. New Brunswick: Transcriptions
The Fifth Census of the United States, undertaken in 1830, was a head of household census; that is, it recorded the name only of the heads of families; the rest of the information was recorded in terms of numbers of people within households, without names.
Be sure to check the 1831 survey of the Madawaska Settlement, as well as the 1833 New Brunswick census of Madawaska.
It is also very useful in conjunction with the 1830 census to establish the geographical location of people in the census, to establish names (the 1831 survey was much more accurate in its spelling of French names), and approximate dates of settlement.
www.upperstjohn.com /1830   (1376 words)

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