Posted June 18, 2002
Wilkins: George Freeman Wilkins
with his family from Amity, Maine to Canterbury, New Brunswick circa
Who were his parents?
-Betty Fredericks, 4 Mt. Pleasant St., (308) No. Billerica, MA, USA, 01862. E-mail to email@example.com.
Hardy - Cole: Searching for Henry
and or his ancestors. Henry was born in New Brunswick - possibly
- and married Jane Cole, believed to be from Nipisquit. Henry died in
in New Richmond, Quebec.
-Brenda (Hardy) Hamilton, 3395 Bodard Road, Nelson, BC, Canada, V1L 6T3. E-mail to Brenda_Hamilton@telus.net.
Hunt: I am seeking information on the
of Hibbard(t) Hunt, early settler of Campobello Island (preceded
Owen). Relocated to Lubec. Father may have been John Hunt, who may have
been associated with Simonds, Hazen and White.
-Steve Gabany, 585 Woodbine, Terre Haute, IN, 47803, U.S. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Darling - Craft: I am looking for
on the Darling family of Pleasant Ridge, New Brunswick. Bliss Darling
married to Vera Craft. His father was John Darling and this is where I
run into a brick wall.
-Joy Biggley, 851 Lawrence Rd., Apt. 903, Hamilton,Ontario, Canada, L8K 6B9. E-mail to email@example.com.
Scribner - Clark: Does anyone have
on Ezra Scribner, who was born in Saint John on 12 Feb. 1807 and was
on 10 Mar. 1831 in Queens County to Priscilla Clark, who was born 1 May
1812 in New Canaan.
-Sara A, Scribner, 10028 Mandus Olson Rd. NE, Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110, USA. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cathline - Dunham: I am trying to
the burial sites of Mary Ann (Cathline) Dunham, who died 03 Oct. 1851
David Alston Dunham of 18 Mar. 1845.
-Ralph B. Cathline, 20 Brooks St. Apt 518, Barrie, Ontario, Canada, L4N 7X2. E-mail
Osborne: Robert and Honora Osborne
in Saint John, New Brunswick. Robert died sometime before 1896 while
died in 1912. They lived on Sheriff Street and Hilyard Street. Their
may have included Robert, Frederick James, Jeremiah and John Thomas.
were of Irish, Roman Catholic origin. Can anyone provide any
-Mary Austin, 814 Mill Street, Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada, N0H 2C4. E-mail email@example.com.
Austin: Who were the ancestors of
Austin, born in the late 1700s? His wife was Elizabeth / Elinor
All of his children were born in New Brunswick. He died after 1860 in
Aroostook County, Maine. Children include Margaret (Austin) Chase Lee,
Elizabeth, Catherine, William, Moses, Charles Augustus, Ruth (Austin)
and Lydia. His grandchildren Charlotte, Hiram, and Isaac Chase
Robert Austin, son of Elizabeth, also lived with him until their
-Kerry Sullivan, 7 Lakeshore Drive, Sudbury, MA, USA, 01776. E-mail kerry_L_sullivan@hotmail.com.
Malloy - Gorey: Elizabeth Ann Malloy
born in 1900 in Bath, New Brunswick to John Malloy and Elizabeth Gorey.
I am seeking information on these families.
-Cheryl Ferrante, PO Box 244, Orrs Island, Maine, USA, 04066. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
McMillan - Fenton: Archibald McMillan
a boat and shipbuilder. He supervised the building of a ship for James
Couper at the yard of Owens and Lawton of Saint John in 1824. He
went to Australia in 1833 with his wife Janet Fenton. Seeking
on the family and shipbuilding in this time period.
-Cecil Rae, 3/184 Weatherall Road, Beaumaris,3193, Victoria, Australia. Email email@example.com.
Arbo: The first Arbo settled in
County in 1780. Many of his descendants live today in Blackville and
parishes. I would like to hear from anyone doing research on this
-Laurette (Arbeau) Gulvin, 4102 Buttenut Court, Vineland, ON, Canada, L0R 2C0. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kernin -(Spelling is very
I am seeking information on the family of Edward J. Kernin who was born
about 1841. He was a Civil War Veteran -1st Maine Heavy Artillery. He
23 Feb 1898 in Milwaukee, WI. Father's name unknown. Mother was
but family name unknown - she was born in Aug 1812 in New
and died after 1900 in Eastport, Maine. Siblings (US 1860 census):
(b, 1832, New Brunswick, boat builder); Sarah J. (b. about 1839, New
Robert S. (b. about 1846); plus 2 other children who died before
Family immigrated from New Brunswick to
Eastport, ME in 1840s.
-Kenneth G. Neuman, 1717 N. Bayshore Drive, #2231 Miami, FL, USA 33132. E-mal email@example.com
Hersey: I am working on a Hersey
One of my interests is Samuel who was supposed to have had seven sons
lived on a small farm in Springfield (Lower Hainesville) in New
Any information on Canadian Herseys is desired
-Elliott Hersey, 259 Summit Hill Rd., Harrison, ME., USA, 04040 E Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Daly - Sproul - Belding: I am
in any Daly, Sproul, or Belding in New Brunswick. I have placed
on these families on my website at
-Emery C. Daly, 90 Derek Drive, Tolland, CT, USA, 06084. E-mail to email@example.com or telephone (860) 870-8823.
American Civil War Veterans: I am a
of 20th Maine Company I, American Civil War re-enactors group. We are
in locating as many American Civil War Veterans graves in the Maritimes
as possible. Most are marked with a GAR marker, which is usually a
or steel star with letters "GAR" on it.
-Terry Middleton. 3 Prince Road, Quispamsis, New Brunswick, E2E1L3. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org..
McLean: I am trying to locate and
the spouses of McLean from Queens County, New Brunswick in the
from 1800 to 1900 who were of the Branscombe, Reese, Wasson, Burk,
and Earle families. I am especially interested in locating the grave of
Wellington Sobieski McLean who died February 4, 1914 and his
Mary Earle McLean, whose date of death is unknown.
-Rev. Peter D MacLean, POB 848, Colchester, Vermont, 05446, USA. E-mail to email@example.com.
Washburn - Mercer: I am looking for
about Ebeneezer Washburn and his wife, Marie Mercer. According to
history Ebeneezer immigrated to the Canadian Maritimes about 1640, from
Rhode Island. Ebeneezer and Marie are reported to be parents of Able
Sr. Did Ebeneezer have other children? Did he have siblings
living in the Maritimes?
-Lucille Dykes, 7275 Twin Branch Rd., Atlanta, Ga, 30328, USA. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Elkins - Bateman - Maher: John
born in Ireland and he married Sarah Bateman on February 16, 1847 in
Brunswick with witnesses Edward and Leddy Bateman. This Roman
marriage was performed by Fr. Andrew Barron and was registered in Holy
Family Church in Bathurst where three (Mary Anne, Elizabeth, and
of their 8 daughters also had their Baptisms registered. Margaret
Elkins married Dennis Maher on February 28, 1870 and Margaret's Father,
John Elkins, lived with Dennis & Margaret after his wife's death
occurred between the 1891 census and the 1901 census. On November 23,
John Elkins died tragically in Norton. I'd like to find out where Sarah
(Bateman) and John Elkins are buried. Both John and Sarah were converts
to the Catholic Faith.
-Sharon Pledge, 141 Pugsley Ave., Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, E2K 2X3. Telephone (506)652-5027 or e-mail to email@example.com.
Posted May 21, 2002
Flanagan - Aylward: John Flanagan's sonís death certificate
that John Flanagan was born in New Brunswick in 1814. I also know that
John Flanagan married Bridget Aylward and that they had a number of
all of whom were born in Quebec. Can someone provide me with
as to the Flanagan and Aylward parents and siblings?
-Dan Flanagan, 1608 Garnaas Drive, Austin, Texas, 78758-2222, USA. E-mail to
Wiggins - Briggs - Slocum: I am researching the following
and would like to exchange information with anyone concerning these
Jacob Wiggins was born April 28, 1797 at Waterborough, New Brunswick.
died August 18, 1859 at Grand Lake, New Brunswick. He married Permassa
Briggs on January 4, 1815 at Waterborough. His parents were Jacob
and Elizabeth Ruth Slocum.
-Ralph Buzzell at 4124 N. Noble Pl., Oak Harbor, WA, USA, 98277. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
McRae - OíConnell - Tippett: I'm looking for any
on the McRae family from Campbellton. Specifically, William Lyon McRae,
a shoemaker who was born circa 1835 and died March 29,1899. His
wife was Sarah, 1847-1870?, and they had 3 boys, James
David Ritchie,1866 -June 29,1960, and William, 1871-?. His second
on December 12,1874 was to Mary O'Connell. They had at least 8
one of whom, Frederick John, was my grandfather. Fred married Pauline
of Saint John on October 17,1916.
-Peter McRae, 19 Roxborough Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R1T9. E-mail to email@example.com.
DeMerchant: We are searching for connections on the surname
The name is a English translation of the German surname
and has only been in existence since 1805. We are currently looking for
information on John Coffman / DeMerchant's whereabouts prior to
when he was a soldier in the Loyalist Prince of Wales American
The possibility exists of ties in Pennslyvania or perhaps a displaced
soldier. Also searching for his wifeís Maryís maiden name. According to
pension records for Widows of Revolutionary War Soldiers in 1840,
and John DeMerchant were married in Fredericton in 1792. No records to
date have been found to support this. For a more complete history
or ties to the surname DeMerchant, please visit www.DeMerchant.com
or e-mail Norm DeMerchant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Norm DeMerchant,1807 Lincoln Rd., Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, E3B 8P4
Sweet - Lachye - McLeod: Charles Sweet (37), widower,
Mary Ann McLeod (24) at St. Martins, New Brunswick on July 2, 1896.
was born in Saint John and was the son of Jarvis Sweet and Elizabeth
Mary Ann was born at Little Beech and was the daughter of David
Sarah McLeod. They had at least two children - Ida Bell
and an unnamed son (1897-?). They lived in St. Martins until at least
Mary Ann died in January of 1920 while living at 127 Duke St., Saint
Charles moved to Nauwigewauk by 1930. I am seeking any information on
-Bob Sweet, 35 Country Lane, Island View, New Brunswick, Canada E3E 1A2. E-mail to email@example.com.
Dykeman -Hatfield: The Loyalist Garret Dykeman, was born
and died in1813. He was married to Eunice Hatfield, who was born in1746
and died in1808. They had four sons Jacob (Statira Camp), Gilbert
Manzer), Moses (Eunice Currie) and Joseph (Hannah Flagor). Two girls
(William Colwell) and Rebecca (Richard Currey/Currie). Garret settled
Queens County, New Brunswick. During the last eight years I have been
to gather all the descendants (male and female lines) of Garret Dykeman
under one cover. If you can help please contact Brian Ballard, 66
Dr., Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, E2K 4T5. Telephone (506) 658
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sanderson: Desire any information on George Sanderson,
in Moncton in 1885. I seek the names of his parents, his dates of birth
and death. Was he from Ayrshire, Scotland? What exactly did an Elector
-David N. Strickland, 14533 Hague Drive, Farmers Branch, TX, USA, 75234. E-mail to email@example.com.
O'Dea - Dea - Dundon: I am very interested in any
on the exact date and the ship that enabled my Irish O'Dea - Dea
to arrive in Lower Canada. Michael O'Dea (born 1750) was married
to Margaret Dundon, who lived in Bruff Parish, Limerick, Ireland.
Three of their sons James, John & Denis came to Lower Canada - New
Brunswick - Gaspe Coast, Quebec around 1816/1825. James is my
great-grandfather. He married Ann (Nancy) Enright in Ireland and
had children born in both Ireland and the Gaspe coast.
- Brian Dea - O'Dea, 22 Eastview Ave., North Ryde, Sydney, Australia, 2113. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Worden - Anderson: I'm working on the grandchildren of
Worden and wife Sarah Anderson. The family names are, Sniffen,
Flewelling, Northrup, Glazier, Smith, Emmic, Glazier, Vanhorn, Hammon,
Merrit, Jenkins, Case, Orser, Garrity, Fowler, Barnes and
- Debby Worden, 3417 West Drive, Port Huron, MI., USA, 48049. E-mail to email@example.com.
Hennigar: I would like to hear from descendants of Adam
and sons, Michael and Christopher, of New York City and Saint John, New
Brunswick, Loyalists during the American Revolution.
-John Hennigar. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hersey: I am working on a Hersey Genealogy. One of my
is Samuel who was supposed to have had seven sons and lived on a small
farm in Springfield (Lower Hainesville) in New Brunswick. Any
on Canadian Herseys is desired
-Elliott Hersey, 259 Summit Hill Rd., Harrison, ME., USA, 04040 E Mail email@example.com
Daly - Sproul - Belding: I am interested in any Daly,
or Belding in New Brunswick. I have placed information on these
on my website at http://home.earthlink.net/~emerydaly/.
-Emery C. Daly, 90 Derek Drive, Tolland, CT, USA, 06084. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (860) 870-8823. Website is http://home.earthlink.net/~emerydaly/
Hartt: I am looking for the names of the New Brunswick
the following Hartt ladies taught at. They lived near Jacksontown, New
Brunswick when growing up. Caroline Hartt was born in 1873 and
west to teach in 1903. Phoebe was born in 1877. Florence was born
in 1872, and went to India as a missionary in 1900. Pearl
born in1885 and came to Alberta to teach in 1914 and died in child
in 1915. All these Hartt ladies taught school in New Brunswick before
left the area. Any help in finding their schools would be most
-Carole J. Dick, . E-mail to email@example.com
Somers - Stiles - Kilborn: Sophia Somers was born about
and was the daughter of Matthias Somers. She married Josiah
who was born in 1766 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He was a son of
Nathan Stiles and Kesiah Kilborn. I would like to find the names
of Sophia's and Josiah's children.
-Shirley Somers Lillo, 5112 Eagle Lake Road, Duluth, Minnesota, USA, 55803. E-mail to SLillo8858@aol.com.
American Civil War Veterans: I am a member of 20th Maine
I, American Civil War re-enactors group . Our membership consists of
from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. We are interested in locating as
American Civil War Veterans graves in the Maritimes as possible. Most
marked with a GAR marker, which is usually a brass, or steel star with
letters "GAR" on it . We are looking to locate these men so that we can
properly honor them with a fitting ceremony. As many as 50,000
fought in the Civil War from 1861 to 1865, with many of them returning
to their homes after it ended. If you can help us with a location for
of these brave souls, please contact:
--Terry Middleton. 3 Prince Road, Quispamsis, New Brunswick, E2E1L3. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org..
Sutherland - Sawyer: Andrew Sutherland was born October of
somewhere in New Brunswick.. I am seeking the town of his birth and the
names of his parents. He married Lydia Sawyer of New Hampshire about
in Maine. Their seven children were born from 1846 through 1880 in
Maine. The family moved to Silver Creek, Minnesota about 1868.
-Warren H. Hasty, 4632 Zenith Ave. So., Minneapolis, MN, USA. 55410-1870. Or E-mail WHasty@aol.com.
McLean: I am trying to locate and identify the spouses
McLean / MacLean from Queens County, New Brunswick in the
from 1800 to 1900 who were of the Branscombe, Reese or Rees, Wasson,
Ferris or Farris, and Earle families. I am especially interested in
the grave of Wellington Sobieski McLean who died February 4, 1914
and his mother Mary Earle McLean, whose date of death is unknown.
-Rev. Peter D MacLean, POB 848, Colchester, Vermont, 05446, USA. E-mail to email@example.com.
McMennamin - Sullivan - McSheffrey - Crotty: I am
the family of Philip Sullivan and Ann(e) McMennamin from Stanley, Cross
Creek, or of Saint John County. They are the parents of Dora Mae
who was born in Cross Creek on April 12, 1885 and Baptized at St.
on May 14, 1885. Philip married a second time to Elizabeth McSheffrey
had a daughter, Phyllis Sullivan, who married Denis Crotty. There were
two other daughters, Marie and Ida. If anyone has any information I
be pleased to hear from them.
-Beth Haskell , P.O. Box 532, Lebanon, TN., 37087, USA. E-mail to BugButtsMom@aol.com.
Amos - Phinney: I would like to know any information on
Amos who was born in Scotland in 1846 and died in New Brunswick in
He married Melvinia Phinney who was born in 1863.
-Linda Schamerhorn, 1500 Tansley Drive, Unit A14, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, L6L 5K3. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washburn - Mercer: I am looking for information about
Washburn and his wife, Marie Mercer. According to family history
immigrated to the Canadian Maritimes about 1640, from Rhode Island.
and Marie are reported to be parents of Able Washburn, Sr. Did
have other children? Did he have siblings living in the
-Lucille Dykes, 7275 Twin Branch Rd., Atlanta, Ga, 30328, USA. E-mail email@example.com or telephone  396 4365.
Elkins - Bateman - Maher: John Elkins was born in Ireland
he married Sarah Bateman on February 16, 1847 in New Brunswick with
Edward and Leddy Bateman. This Roman Catholic marriage was
by Fr. Andrew Barron and was registered in Holy Family Church in
where three (Mary Anne, Elizabeth, and Margaret) of their 8 daughters
had their Baptisms registered. Margaret Bateman married Dennis Maher on
February 28, 1870 and Margaret's Father, John Elkins, lived with Dennis
& Margaret after his wife's death which occurred between the 1891
and the 1901 census. On November 23, 1907, John Elkins died tragically
in Norton. I'd like to find out where Sarah (Bateman) and John Elkins
buried. Both John and Sarah were converts to the Catholic Faith.
-Sharon Pledge, 141 Pugsley Ave., Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, E2K 2X3. Telephone (506)652-5027 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bissett - Carvell: Annie Adelaide Bissett Carvell was born
in New Brunswick, Canada and died January 15, 1946 in Kings
She married William Carvell. When the Bissett family property in
New Hampshire was sold in 1935 or 1936, she was living in Clifton
Kings Co., New Brunswick and her signing was witnessed by Perley
and Frank Carvell. In 1903 her residence was Boston, Massachusetts and
William E. Carvellís residence was given as Kingston, New
I am looking for descendants and burial site.
-Beverly H. Barney, P O Box 956, Grantham, NH, USA, 03753. E-mail to
Wilson - Logan: Thomas Wilson, born June 27, 1859
Catherine Logan who died on Mar. 10, 1909. Their children were
L. - Lucy Etta Dingee, Walter D. - Jennie May Downey,
Robert Francis - Pearl O. Allingham, Bertha R. died at age
17, Annie and Nellie May Wilson.
Please contact Ann Waddell and Paul Wilson at 506-763-2257 or email to email@example.com. Postal address Ann Waddell & Paul Wilson, 1077 Route 845, Kingston, NB, Canada, E5N 1K7.
Gillies - Clark - Preston - Graves: I am looking for anyone
has any information on John Gillies (Gillis) and Margaret Cameron
who were married in Cape Breton and had children: Margaret Emily,
J., John Cameron, and possibly Mary Ann. They all left Cape
and moved to Moncton. Margaret Emily married Isaac Bonnell Clark. John
Cameron married Emma Preston and secondly Blanche Graves. These
took placel in Moncton.
-Anne Geall, 5278 Tobin St., Apt 11; Halifax, NS, Canada, B3H1S2. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perry: I am trying to find the parents of William
born in 1812 or 1813. In the 1851 Kings County Census, he is listed as
age 38 his wife Lydia is age 30. Is he related to George Perry and
Dunham Smith Perry, who resided in New Canaan, Queens County or to
and Priscillia Walker Perry?.
-E-mail Barb at email@example.com.
Mountain: I am trying to locate the cemetery where James
Mountain is buried. He died in Saint John on December 11, 1947.
-E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Musquash Island: I am interested in finding the names of
people who lived on Lower Musquash Island, Saint John River in
era of 1750 to 1850. Does anyone have information or pictures of James
-Bazil Nash, 48 Upper Hampstead Rd.,Gagetown, NB, Canada, E5M-1W2. E-mail to
Kearns - Keefe: Thomas Kearns was born in the 1830s in
and was living in the Seeley's Mill area (Waterford) in 1871 and
listed as age 32 with Blacksmith being his trade. His father Patrick
and stepmother Catherine were living with their son Timothy age 25 in
same area. His mother Margaret Kief or Keefe was deceased by 1840.
were more children to this family so if any thing fits please get in
-Betty Millett Ellis , P.O. Box 234 , Readfield, Maine, USA, 04355. E-mail to Bellis6@aol.com.
Looshtauk - Bracken: I am seeking passenger lists, stories
pictures of the Looshtauk. My mother's grandfather Sylvester Bracken
on that ship as a small boy and was the longest living passenger from
ship. His father James died and his mother landed with two boys on
Island. The ship was built in Tynemouth, St. Martins area of Saint John
-Bill Flynn, 1810 Rutledge Road, Sydenham, Ontario, Canada, K0H 2T0. E-mail to
Royal West India Rangers - Bowmaster - Everett: I am
in locating the records of the disbandment of a Regiment of the Royal
India Rangers in Saint John in the early 1800s. Sargeant Henry
was one of them and his wife was possibly Sarah Everett from England.
came from St. Kitts in the West Indies. Any information on this
and a verification of his wife's name would be appreciated.
-Bill Flynn, 1810 Rutledge Road, Sydenham, Ontario, Canada, K0H 2T0. E-mail to email@example.com.
Pierce: George and Mary Pierce of Ireland and their nine
emigrated from Ireland to Saint John, NB. Their children were: Henry
Owens); Alexander (Sarah McLaughlin); Hugh (Margaret McCafferty); John
(Margaret McDevitt, Melissa Kenny); Catherine (Edward McCarron), Mary
(James Roper); Margaret (Edward Johnston); George (Frances Semple, Mary
Jane Fegan); and Robert. Any information in regards to any of these
would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
-Patricia Pierce Underhill, 11 Mercer Lane, Lower Woodstock, NB, Canada, E7M 4H3. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hannay - Hannah: My genealogy has led me to Weldford Parish
Kent County. William Hannay and his wife Mary Murray with 6 of their
spring left Kirdudbrightshire, Scotland and settled on a farm in
Parish. One of their sons William C. married Elizabeth Richard around
and their son John C. M. born in 1841 is my great grandfather. I would
like to find information on any of the children of William Hannay /
and his second wife Mary Mundle to whom he was wed in 1852.. I am also
interested in finding the cemeteries where the members of the family
-Bruce Hannah, 1384 Rock Springs Rd., San Marcos, CA, USA, 92069. E-mail to email@example.com.
Nevers - McCann: The 1910 census of Moose Lake, Minnesota,
the age of George Edward Nevers as 48. Other surces indicate he was
in Fredericton, New Brunswick and was married to Mary McCann of
Scotia. If any one has any information or any leads on the parents and
siblings of George Edward Nevers, I would be very grateful.
-Patrick Doherty, 2703 Mayfair Avenue North, Seattle, WA, 98109, USA. E-mail to Chivi@aol.com.
Jackson - Fleming - Sinstead - Springer - Fraser - Hopp: I
seeking information on the family of John Jackson who was born c1856 in
England and died 13 Feb 1929 in Saint John. He married Margaret Mary
on 31 Dec 1877 in Saint John. She died 26 Jun 1919. They had 5
William John (1878), Mary Edith (1880) - Roy Clarence Fraser,
Padley (1886) - Helena Jane Sinstead, Harry Fleming (1887)
- Nellie Muriel Springer and Alfred James (1890) - Jessie Evelyn Hopp.
-Cindy Kiefer, P.O. Box 4844, Mesa, AZ, 85211, USA. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trecartin: I am a descendant of Martin Trecartin 1745-1817,
supposedly is buried at Oak Point. Any information on him,or his
will be much appreciated.
-June McCullough, 870 Route 1, Oak Bay, NB, E3L4A6. E-mail email@example.com.
Goss- Turner - Sylvester: I am seeking information on the
of Peter Goss, who was born in 1794 at Second Falls, New Brunswick. On
20 October 1816 in St. Andrews, he married Nancy Turner, the daughter
James Turner and Rachel Sylvester.
-E-mail to C. D. Akerley, DaleA84027@aol.com.
Paine - Wetmore - Organ Builders: I would like information
Paine and Wetmore, who were Church Organ Builders at the corner of
Street and Wentworth Street in Saint John in the era of 1870 to 1890.
-Daniel Hopkins, P.O. Box 176, Lockeport, NS, Canada, B0T 1L0. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walsh - Holder: I am searching for information concerning
grandmother, Violet Walsh, who spent summers in the1890s or
at the home of Gilbert Walsh at or near Long Reach. She was also
with Mr. Ed Holder of that area. Any help would be greatly appreciated
-David Graham, 1343 Broadway, South Portland, Maine, USA, 04106. E-mail to email@example.com.
Ballanger - Estey - Seven Mile House: I am searching for
on a farm in Island View, just 7 miles north of Fredericton.
and Gertrude Ballanger received this property sometime after 1908. It
previously owned by the Estey family. At one time this was a thriving
called "The Seven Mile House".
-Debbie Greer, 408-18th Street, High River, AB, Canada, T1V 1W3. E-mail
Dalzell - Galbraith - Baird: I am searching for information
the siblings and parents of George Young Dalzell 1853-1921 who was born
in Lorneville. He married Susie Galbraith 1856-1923. George was keeper
of Swallow Tail Light, Grand Manan from 1893 - 1912. His death
shows states his father was William Dalzell, born in Ireland and his
as Margaret Baird, born in Ireland.
-Denise Reynolds, 1322 Roseberry Cresc., Oakville, ON, Canada, L6M 1W1. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flanagan - McDonough. Christopher Flanagan (1765) and
McDonough (1786) came from Ireland to Saint John, New Brunswick about
with three children. Their son Thomas was baptized at St. Malachyís
in 1825. In 1830 the family moved to Stoneham, Quebec. I am interested
in locating information on this family during their time spent in New
-Don Michaud, 361 Armstrong Street, Rosemere, Quebec, Canada, J7A 1V8. E-mail to HALFHOT@webtv.net.
Strong - Bell: I am looking for any informationon the
of Adam Robert Strong, born in Salmon Creek and Harriet Maud Bell, born
in Waterford who were married 11 October 1906 in Sussex, New Brunswick.
They had four boys, George, Cyril, Cecil and Ralph. During World War I,
Adam Robert Strong married while in England. If there is any family
in New Brunswick, we would love to hear from you.
-Donna Carter, 119 Woodside Crescent, Winnipeg, Manitoba. E-mail to email@example.com.
Caie - Trider: William Shand Caie was born in1814 in
and was married to Isabella Trider. The Caie family moved to Canada
1820. Wm Cai was a member of the House of Assembly, Kent County, New
1865-1873. I am seeking the names of William's parents, siblings and
Christensen - Garnett - Connors - Watson: I am trying to
information on the ancestors and relatives of Genevieve Christensen who
was the wife of Matthew Garnett, and the daughter of Elizabeth J.
and Carl Christensen and the granddaughter of George Connors and
-Ann M Arsenault, 84 Cheyne Settlement Rd., Public Landing, NB, Canada, E5K 4M4. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barrat: Richard Whiteside Barrat was born in Saint John,
Brunswick. In 1842 he was awarded his sea captains certificate
CCOL. He married Mary H Barratt and died in England in the early 1900s.
-Gill Doughty, Woodlands - Norden - Corfe Castle, Nr Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5DT England. E-mail to email@example.com
Ahern - Heron - King: David Heron was born in Ireland
He lived at Lyons Brook, Kings County with wife Ellen (King) and
John 1861, David 1863, William1865, Richard 1866, Mary 1867, Robert
Margaret 1871 and Sarah born1873. Any information would be appreciated.
-Kimberly Hurst,1217 Westcott Rd, Windsor,Ontario, Canada, N8Y 4B9. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tabor: I am interested in making contact with anyone who is
the James, Jesses, Noah and Tucker Tabor of the Hampton and Hammond
of Kings County, New Brunswick.
-Christopher T. Hall, 10895 Grandview Ave., Corporate Woods Building 24, Suite 200,
Overland Park, Kansas, USA, 66210. E-mail to email@example.com. Fax 913.451.1087
Finlay - Patrick - Foley: Walter Finlay married Matilda
in 1809 and moved from Scotland to Saint John, New Brunswick in 1835.
children were Walter, Robert, Ann, Hugh, Charles, Thomas and Matilda.
married Margaret Foley in 1865 and their children are Hugh, Mary
Thomas Walter, Robert James, Harry Hutton, Charles McKay, Albert,
Barbara Maud, Albert Crabb, Frank Stanley. Other surames in the family
are Enslow, McAndrey, Moore and Brooks. If anyone has information
-Heather Finlay, 1501 15th Ave, San Francisco, CA, 94122, USA E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coulter - Randal: Dr.William Coulter came to Canada in 1818
settled in St. Stephen where he practised medicine for many years. He
Eleanor Ann Randal in1819 and they had four childern, (1) Eleanor Ann
who became my great grand mother (2) Isabella Coulter (3) Jane Coulter
(4) James Coulter who perished at sea on a ship owned by a Mr. Eaton.
information would be appreciated.
-Howard T Wright, 308 - 8412 Jubilee Road, RR1 Summerland, BC, Canada, V0H 1Z0. E-mail to email@example.com. Telephone 250- 494-9478.
Bournel - Plumer: Sylvanus Plumer was supposedly married in
John in 1774 to a Bournel lady. Does anyone have information a Bournel
family being in New Brunswick?
-D. Plummer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wheaton - Riecker - Morrison: I am searching for my roots
the Kings County area in the families of Wheaton, Morrell, Riecker and
Morrison. Any information you can share would be helpful.
-Jeff Legere, 27 Vernon Avenue, Hampton, NB, Canada, E5N 5N1. E-mail to email@example.com.
Noddin: Where did Michael Noddin, the 1774 Yorkshire
come from in Yorkshire?
-John Noddin, 809 Manawagonish Raod, Saint John, NB, Canada. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duplisea - Currie Cemetery: I am trying to find the
on the tombstone of my Great-grandfather, Joseph Duplisea, who is
in Currie Cemetery, Tilley, Victoria County, New Brunswick. I believe
was born about 1854 in N.B. and died about 1912 in N.B.
-Joe Baker, 35 via Amistosa #A, Rancho Santa Margarita, California, USA, 92688-1914. E-mail to Joebaker831@aol.com.
Wesley - Miller: Written in the Wesley Family Bible is:
- Theon Alfred Zino Wesley - born in Mill Village, Western part of Nova
Scotia on the 12th day of October, 1838. Mother: Mary Matilda Miller -
born in Cocaigne, Province of New Brunswick, on the 25th day of April
They were married in Trinity Church, Saint John by the Rev. Dr. Gray,
Minister, on the 21st day of May, A.D. 1861. I am seeking information
-John L. Shrum, 2680 Wildhorse Lane, Minden, NV, USA, 89423. E-mail to Joebaker831@aol.com.
Tisdale: Does anyone have a photo of Thomas E. Gilbert
who was the Dutch vice-consul 1872-1875 and was also consul for Panama.
He was a well known merchant in Saint John and was also involved with
and was for some time Deputy Water Sheriff and Secretary of the Saint
-Karen Green., Box 361, 1917 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6J 1M7. E-mail to email@example.com.
Mitton - Beaman: I am seeking information on William Ezra
who was listed in the 1871 Elgin, Albert County census as a 15 year old
farm laborer living with the Beaman family.
-Gary R. Mitton, RR#2 Harriston, Ontario, Canada, N0G 1Z0. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fraser - Aubin: John Fraser was born circa 1822 in East
Pictou County, Nova Scotia. His parents were from Scotland. He married
Josephine Aubin in Grand Falls, New Brunswick on May 12, 1879. He may
been a Reverend with the Episcopalian - Anglican Church. He died
in Grand Falls on Nov. 16, 1894. Iam searching for any information on
and his parents.
-Lily Fraser, 42 Glen Eyre Court, Fredericton, NB, Canada, E3C 2P7. E-mail to email@example.com.
Kievenaar - Wedderurn - Allan: Henry A. Kievenaar was born
23, 1826 in Holland and died February 8, 1869. He was supposedly
the Dutch Consul to the Maritime Provinces. His wife Ellen J. Sullivan
was born 1824 died 1882. His son, Henry, who died in 1899 is buried in
Boston, Massachusetts and is listed in the Saint John Globe as a former
prominant citizen of Saint John. His daughter Barbara married Mitchell
Allan, the son of Allan and Dorothy Wedderburn.
-M. A. Ames Fox, P.O. Box 187, Decherd, TN, 37324 U.S.A. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gilliespie - McCluskey: Nathaniel Gilliespie married Annie
in 1870. Their three daughters were Eleanor, Emma and
In Lovell's 1871 directory he was listed as a millwright in
Any leads would be wonderful.
-Marion (Eccles) Ricker. Unit 10, 680 Commissioner's Rd.W., London, ON, Canada, N6K 4T8. E-mail to email@example.com.
Pendleton: I am seeking information on Sylvanus Roscoe
siblings as well as information on The Pendleton Panacea Co. at 145
Street in Saint John that was owned by William Roscoe Pendleton and his
son Sylvanus. Any information on this family would be greatly
-Marlee Willis, 3716 Logan Cr. SW, Calgary, AB, Canada, T3E5Z5. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Towle - Collier: I am seeking information on Francis P.
who gave his birth place as Maine. He was married in 1839 to Jane
whose family migrated to Maine from the Miramichi area of New
They lived in Orient and Amity and moved to Wisconsin in the mid 1850s,
then to South Dakota in 1870s where they died.
-Judy Huskey, Florida. E-mail to email@example.com.
George: Peter George and his wife - first name unknown -
drowned in 1813 somewhere in the Maritime Provinces. They had four
- two of them being James and Peter. My interest lies in Peter who
on the Saint John River. Any help would be most welcome.
-Moira Lawrence, 169 Sussex Ave, Riverview, NB, Canada, E1B 3A8. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthews: The first child of John Matthews was William, who
born 16 June 1825 in Portland, New Brunswick. Three other children were
Matilda, Nathaniel and John. All 4 were baptized 30 July 1830 at
Anglican Church in Saint John. Does anyone have information on the
of John or where he was living before coming to Portland?
-Norma Flude, 1843 Windswept Oak Lane, Fernandina Beach, FL, USA, 32034-8996. E-mail to NLFlude@aol.com.
Husson: I am looking for information on Jacob and Jane
Husson and their daughter Harriet Jane, who was born circa 1809, Kings
County, New Brnswick. She married Patrick Doherty son of Patrick and
Meehan Doherty of County Donegal, Ireland who came to Saint John in
-Nancy Doherty-Perry, RD # 3 Box118-C, Lewis Road, Woming, PA, USA,18644. E-mail to NncyJnn@aol.com.
Leonard - Johnville. Dennis Leonard was born in1881. His
William and grandfather Dennis arrived from Ireland in about 1832. I am
llLooking for family records prior to 1851, or 1832 Irish passenger
in Saint John or any living Leonard descendants.
-P.L. Markson, 4 Heritage Lane, Freeport, ME, 04032, USA. E-mail to email@example.com.
McCabe - Gibson - Cummings: Elizabeth Catherine
was born in the late 1840s in Ireland, being the daughter of Frank
and Catherine Gibson. After arriving in New Brunswick, she married
Cummings who was born in Prince Edwards Island. The family went to
a year after they were married. Some of their children were born in New
Brunswick and others in Boston. Please contact me if you have any
of this family.
-P. Desilets, POBox 206, Sewell, NJ, 08080, USA. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flagg - Hunt: I am looking for information on Josiah Flagg
Sarah Hunt who were married on Campobello Island. I know that their
were very early settlers on the island. Any help would be greatly
-Paula Flagg, 2425 Garin Road, Watsonville, CA., 95076, USA. E-mail to
Getchell - Stinson: Seeking any knowledge of Abigail -
E. Gatchell (1850-1935), the wife of William H. Stinson eventually of
Plantation or Springfield, Maine, where they are buried. Anything
to the Gatchell name will be most appreciated, especially
-Patricia Smith Ranzoni, HC 78 Box 173, Bucksport, Maine, USA. E-mail to email@example.com.
Clarke - Cahill: I am trying to find the birth date of
Henry Clarke born circa 1858 to Henry Herbert Clarke and Mary Cahill
as well as their marriage record. Possibly lived in Shediac. Thank you
for any help you can offer.
-Barbara King, 1119 Periwinkle Way, Box 120 Sanibel, Florida, USA, 33957. E-mail to PTMMPKING@aol.com.
Flanders: John George Flanders and his two sons John
and William Pratt Flanders lived in Saint John circa 1860. The sons
in Plaster Rock. Where did their father die? The family may have
connections to Haymarket Square. Can anyone provide answers?
-Patricia Flanders. E-mail torob_f <firstname.lastname@example.org
White - Wilson: I am searching for the family of a John
who died in Kennebecais on March 14, 1862. I believe he died in a
accident. He had possibly three children, maybe one named John. Also
for any information on a John Wilson from Saint John who had a daughter
Caroline born there in 1845 and she married a John White of Prince
-Sandra Hume, PO Box 1109, Montague, Prince Edward Island, Canada, C0A 1R0. E-mail to email@example.com.
Cochran - McAllister: An immigration record shows a Robert
in 1833 leaving Londonderry, Ireland for Saint John, New Brunswick.
anyone know if this Robert married a Margaret Cochran and they moved to
Philadelphia where a daughter was born in 1840? By 1850, he has a
wife named Mary?
-Stephen R. Christides. E-mail to SChristide@aol.com.
Boyle - Kelly: I am seeking information on Margaret Boyle
Thomas W. Kelly who were married about 1857 in Saint John.
-Sheila Boylan Froese, 393 Borden Ave., Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, L3Y5C1. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mulholland - Kane - Parker: I am looking for information on
family of Frederick Mulholland of Campobello Island. He and his wife
Kane came from Ireland in 1839. His son Frederick married Ida Parker.
Stephen Metcalf, 214 Branford Ave., Groton, CT, 06340, USA. E-mail to email@example.com.
Bleakney - Anderson - Stone - Smith - Oulton: Frances
Bleakney, was born in l852 in Albert County, New Brunswick and was
in l872 to Charles Herbert Anderson of Sussex. They eventually
to Minnesota. Charles' parents were Charles Anderson (son of Thomas
and Jerusha Stone) and Nancy Smith (daughter of Nathaniel Smith and
Oulton). Who were the parents and siblings of Frances Bleakney?
-E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
McLaughlin: George and Mary Alice McLaughlin married
1884 and lived in St. David and Honeydale. They had seven
Joseph, Eva, Hardy, Inez (my grandmother), Allie and Myrtle. I am
searching for information on this family.
-E-mail to Thespisq@cs.com.
White - MacQueen: I am looking for any information on the
of Raymond Murray White, who was born in1866 at Kingston (Rexton)
and died at. Livermore Falls, Maine in 1914. His father, Capt. John
died at sea. His mother was Jane M. MacQueen from the Moncton area.
-John White, 5 Fairfield Drive, Kennebunk, ME, 04043, USA. E-mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pinkerton: My great-great-great-grandfather was John
born 1820 in Northern Ireland. He died Oct. 5, 1891. His wife was
Margaret, born in 1825 in Northern Ireland and died May 22, 1874.
They emigrated from County Antrim, Northern Ireland, to New Brunswick
the mid 1840s. They had three children: James William Pinkerton; John
Jr., who married Easter/Esther Hay; and Sarah Jane Pinkerton. All are
in the family plot, St. Stephen, Charlotte County, N.B. I am interested
in any Pinkerton
connections in New Brunswick.
- Geoff Pinkerton, 401 Fader St., New Westmister, B.C., V3L 3S9. Telephone
(604) 520-9594. Fax (604) 691-5950. Or E-mail to email@example.com. My
homepage is www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/6840/. The Pinkerton
resource page is at www.geocities. com/Heartland/Prairie/8980/. "
Goff: I am still searching for William Goff who may have
born in N.B. in 1782. This note is to let you know that my e-mail
address has changed and is now:
Wilkins: Searching for information on the extended family
George Freeman Wilkins who, with his family, migrated from Amity, ME,
Canterbury, New Brunswick, around 1850. George and Mary Ann
(Neal?) Wilkins possibly had 10 children. Their first-born was
Wilkins whose descendants remained in York County. George was born in
~1815, and we believe his parents were Samuel and Electa "Leeta"
who moved to Amity, ME, around 1830. Samuel Wilkins had been born in ME
in 1780. We continue to look for the names of his
... George Wilkins' daughter, Clarissa, married Joseph Kidder,
of George's sister, Mary Jane (Wilkins) Kidder.
-Betty Fredericks, 4 Mt. Pleasant St., (308) No. Billerica, MA, 01862, USA.
Hardy - Cole: Searching for Henry Hardy and or his
Henry was born in New Brunswick - possibly Miramichi - and married Jane
Cole, believed to be from Nipisquit. Henry died in 1844 in New
-Brenda (Hardy) Hamilton, 3395 Bodard Road, Nelson, BC, Canada, V1L 6T3. E-mail to Brenda_Hamilton@telus.net
Jack: My great-great-grandfather was John Christian Jack
may have been spelled differently), who arrived in Saint John in 1855.
He died in Elgin, N.B. His wife was Catherine Caroline and they had
named John Christian Jr., Albert Harry, Catherine Caroline, Fredrika
Rosie and Jacob Henry. I am interested in finding information on this
- Lil Cameron. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org