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Archives - Libraries - Museums
- Acadian Museum - University of Moncton Acadian historical and cultural museum on the University of Moncton campus.
- Genealogical and Historical Resources - Harriet Irving Library Guides, Books, Biographical Dictionaries, Periodicals, Newspapers, Census Returns, Finding Aids, and Historical Collections.
- Keillor House - 1813 Archival holdings containing census, marriage. cemetery records as well as family genealogy.
- Provincial Archives of New Brunswick Vital statistics finding aid, birth registers, marriages, death certificates, guide to family histories.
- St. Michael's Museum Association and Genealogical Centre List of records and services, family files, Miramichi names and Irish Communities.
Cemetery - Obituary
- Miramichi - New Brunswick - Genealogy Search your Miramichi River Roots from our database of tombstone inscriptions from all the cemeteries in the county of Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada
- New Brunswick Gravemarker Gallery This is the New Brunswick Provincial web page which is part of The Canadian Gravemarker Gallery. We accept all completely photographed cemeteries and give credit to photographers. Contact the webmaster for the "Tips and Hints" Brochure.
- New Brunswick Headstone Photo Project This project is archiving headstone photos for all cemeteries in New Brunswick.
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- Albert County, New Brunswick Genealogy A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Campobello, Charlotte County, New Brunswick A regional page of NB GenWeb.
- Carleton County New Brunswick GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Charlotte County A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Kent County, NB GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Kings County, NB GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Lepreau, Charlotte County, New Brunswick A regional page of NB GenWeb.
- Madawaska County, NB GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- New Brunswick GenWeb The provincial page of the New Brunswick GenWeb project.
- Pennfield, Charlotte County, New Brunswick A regional page of NB GenWeb.
- Queens County, NB GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Saint John County, NB GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- St. George, Charlotte County GenWeb Historical Notes, Family Genealogies, Muster Rolls, etc.
- Sunbury County GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Victoria County, New Brunswick GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Waterford Parish GenWeb A regional page of NB Genweb.
- Westmorland County GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- York County New Brunswick GenWeb A county page of the NB GenWeb Project.
- Grantbook Database This searchable database consists of records of land settlement in New Brunswick in the period 1765-1800. County or place of settlement can be searched, as can be primary grant holder names.
Organizations and Societies
- Nan's Jones Genealogy Page Group sheets and Pedigree charts for the Jones family who came to the Moncton area from Pennsylvania in 1766. Includes relationships to the other immigrating families and my Colpitts connection. Surname searchable.
- Arthur Stewart Family Home Page Arthur Williamson Stewart was born on April 10, 1890 in Newcastle, NB and died on April 11, 1968 in Bangor, Maine. He married Sarah Eunice McLeod who was born on May 3, 1895 in Prospect, Maine and died on January 29, 1981 in Bangor.
- Barrys of Saint John, New Brunswick The descendants of Michael D Barry who settled in Saint John ; the descendants of Patrick Kelly who settled in Saint John.
- 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. Links to family stories (tall tales?) going back to the early 1800's.
- Blackland, Restigouche County, New Brunswick, McCormack, MacCormack, McCormick, Genealogy Personal Website - McCormack - Isle of Arran to Restigouche, New Brunswick 1832.
- Carl W. W. Stymiest Home Page Twenty-five Stymiest generations with 112 different spellings of this surname.
- DeMerchant Family Website Dedicated to the distinctly New Brunswick surname and the Loyalist soldier who started a new family of hard working, loyal New Brunswickers.
- Down by the Old Mill Stream: The Stymiest Chronicle The results of over 40 years of research. Includes maps and photos, and a listing of the 111 different spellings of this surname.
- Evans Events Bickerton, Brewster, Erle, Evans, Gilchrist, Gillies, Greenslade, Griffiths, Henderson, Howe, Hubbard, Hunt, Long, MacFarland, Othen, Parlee, Patton, Peeters, Robichaud, Secord, Smith, Spragg, With most having roots in Atlantic Canada, and Ontario.
- Flowers, Chatterton, Thompson, and Related Families of Bonaventure Co., QC, and Restigouche Co., NB and Adjacent Areas Dedicated to promote solutions to the research problems and family history brick walls associated with a group of related families in Bonaventure County, Quebec; Restigouche County, New Brunswick and other adjacent areas on the Bay of Chaleur.
- Flynn Family of Miramichi Contains a 1000 plus member family tree tracing The descendents of Patrick Flynn and Bridget Sullivan. Patrick, who immigrated to Canada in 1834 is recognized among the founding families in the Saint Margaret's/Bay du Vin area.
- Hickie Genealogy by Ruth Murgatroyd Hickey(ie) genealogy from Restigouche County in northern New Brunswick.
- Irene's Genealogy Page Genealogy and history of Campbellton, Restigouch Co. Family history and Genealogy of Doyles, Godin, Donovan, Poirier, Bourque, Arbour, Dion, Family pictures.
- MAXWELL-STROUT Genealogy Tracing the Loyalist JAMES MAXWELL and his descendants. Surnames include MAXWELL, STROUT, GRIMMER, FITZMAURICE, JOHNSON, LORD, GILMAN, HASKINS, HOLMES, JENKINS, MALLORY, MCLAUGHLIN & MURCHIE.
- McKinneys Of Summer Hill And Their Neighbors This Page is dedicated to James Alexander McKinney and his wife, Mary Ann (Murphy) McKinney who immigrated from Northern Ireland in 1825 and their neighbors, pioneers, who established the communities of Summer Hill, Dunns Corner and Headline.
- McLeod Family Genealogy History of a McLeod family from Sussex Parish, Kings County, New Brunswick.
- New Brunswick Pioneers. History of our Coburn/Jewett and Related Families Local history, genealogy and family history of the Coburn/Jewett and related families of Maugerville, Sheffield, Fredericton and Keswick Ridge New Brunswick.
- Noddin Genealogy The family name NODDIN is of English descent but our tree has a rich mixture of Irish descendants as well. Original descendants were Yorkshire settlers looking to make a fresh start in the new world.
- Oxford: from Scotland to New Brunswick Descendants of James OXFORD, who arrived in New Brunswick about 1784, with his son Matthew. Some remained in NB, others moved to the US. Distaff lines include SWEEZY, MURPHY, MILLER, KING, BASSETT, ARCHIBALD, and others.
- Russell Family Research in Canada & Australia Desendanta of George Frederick Russell, b. 1827 Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. In about 1853 he arrived in Australia and our branch of the Russell line began.
- Steven P Stymiest Family Genealogy Page A web site for the Steynmets, Stymes, Stymest, Stymiest family, with a file of 3000 + individuals, from New Brunswick, New York, New Jersey, Illinois and South Dakota.
- The Cole/Cox Loyalist Home Page John Cole and Charles Cox (Cocks) were loyalists that were transported to St. John, New Brunswick, Canada in 1783.
- The Donald Family Home Page Joseph Donald immigrated to New Brunswick in 1826. His son Joseph Clifton Donald was born in Dufferin Parish, Charlotte, New Brunswick in 1876.
- TreadwellTredwell Family History Researching Treadwell, Sweet and Cameron in NB.
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