The first settlers of New Brunswick by William H. Benedict

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Price New from Used from Leather Bound "Please retry" $ $ — Leather Bound $Author: William H Benedict. With Axe and Bible - The Scottish Pioneers of New Brunswick, New Brunswick’s enormous timber trade attracted the first wave of Scots in the late 18th century.

This book is the first fully documented account of Scottish emigration to New Brunswick ever to be written. Shawn Graham, Premier of New Brunswick, kindly commented "You. The principal document in this series is a general 'Return of all the disbanded troops and other Loyalists, who lately became settlers in the Province of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick,' dated the 4th November,and made up from the Muster Rolls taken from the several Muster Masters.

The first "partial listing" was produced in ; currently, the sixth edition, released in January () has been prepared to assist the family historian identify and locate genealogical data in the files, books, manuscripts, records and resources found in the collections at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick situated in Fredericton.

Between New Brunswick recei immigrants, between38, arrived. In these years much of the trans-Atlantic migration to New Brunswick was into the port of Saint John, and much of it was from Ireland, though many Irish also.

From ‘Pioneer Settlers of the Bay Chaleur', I learned many interesting things about necessity being the mother of invention for the early settlers and how everyday tasks were performed before everything needed could be purchased at the local malls. Ruby M. Cusack is a genealogy buff living in New Brunswick, Canada.

Heather Long’s Good Green Hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, page provided the details for Michael Quigley who settled on the New Ireland Road in Alma Parish, Albert County. He married 6 Dec at Saint John to Catherine Harding. 23 November We have just added Aiton Families in New Brunswick: The Scottish Immigrant Hugh Aiton () and His Descendants and Relatives in Canada to the website.

From the pen of researcher and historian Thomas Paterson, this document tells the stories of Hugh Aiton (), his influential Presbyterian minister Andrew Donald (), Andrew Aiton (), Andrew. BOOK - History of New Brunswick. Two Volumes in One By: James Hannay Originally published by John A.

Bowes, St. John, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton (CD ) History of New Brunswick is the definitive book on the early history and settlement of the Canadian province of New Brunswick up to Hannay deals.

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The first book covers the Irish pioneers of Atlantic Canada (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland), the second deals with the Irish who settled in Ontario and Quebec and the third gives an overview for the whole of Canada, including the Prairies and British Columbia.

For further details follow the link to The Books. New Brunswick - New Brunswick - Settlement patterns: Settlement began on the coastline and rivers, where early settlers followed fishing and agricultural pursuits. Small towns tended to spring up along the river systems, which supported sawmills and general stores.

Saint John, an all-season ocean port situated at the mouth of the St. John River, has been the largest city from earliest times.

Pioneer profiles of New Brunswick settlers. [Charlotte Gourlay Robinson] Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: Add tags for "Pioneer profiles of New Brunswick settlers".

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The history of New Brunswick covers the period from the arrival of the Paleo-Indians thousands of years ago to the present day. Prior to European colonization, the lands encompassing present-day New Brunswick were inhabited for millenia by the several First Nations groups, most notably the Maliseet, Mi'kmaq, and the Passamaquoddy.

French explorers first arrived to the area during the 16th. Main Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers of Quebec. Early French Canadian Pioneers of Quebec is a series of micro-posts listing many of the founding pioneer couples of Quebec – also known as the Habitants of Nouvelle list began with ancestors in my own family tree and then was further developed in response to requests from others I have worked with.

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New Brunswick Museum - Archives & Research Library. Automated Genealogy -& Census Online. The CFS sent parties to both New Brunswick and the Canadas, though much of its work - and attendant controversy - centred on the much greater numbers it sent to South Africa. There the end of slavery had been forced on the Boers by the British administration, and some of the Dutch settlers treated the CFS children as "nothing more than English.

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The Chignecto Isthmus and It's First Settlers (Nova Scotia & New Brunswick)Author: Howard Trueman, New Index by Ann Ward, Originally published by William Briggs, Toronto Perhaps unknown to many is the fact that among the first establishments in Acadia, the French had also settled where we know today as New Brunswick.

Claude de Latour, the father of Charles, was well installed at the mouth of the St. John River before de Razilly and d’Aulnay arrived at Port-Royal in The largest number of Black people ever to come to New Brunswick arrived in the years with the United Empire Loyalists.

As a result of the loss of the American colon to 35, people, who remained loyal to Britain, carne to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Although there had been a few small settlements established in New Brunswick prior tothe main influx of settlers were Loyalists who chose to remove to the area from the United States following the American Revolution.

First Page: HISTORY. NEW BRUNSWICK. By Peter Fisher. AS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN (With a few additional. Pioneers of Canada - New Brunswick Exploration.

When the French attempted settlement, first at the mouth of the St Croix River in and later at Port-Royal, they were welcomed by the Micmac, who taught them how to survive. Books shelved as pioneer-early-settlers: Pioneer Forts Of The West by Random House, Locust: The Devastating Rise and Mysterious Disappearance of the Inse.

Now, for the first time in 25 years, it is available for a limited time to the entire genealogical community. Planters & Pioneers represents years of research by the renowned Dr.

Esther Clark Wright to compile a comprehensive list of pre Loyalist New England and European settlers to Nova Scotia and what is now referred to as New Brunswick. The. Focusing on the Connecticut River Valley—New England's longest river and largest watershed— Strother Roberts traces the local, regional, and transatlantic markets in colonial commodities that shaped an ecological transformation in one corner of the rapidly globalizing early modern world.

This database indexes warrants and surveys of the Proprietors of the provinces of East and West New Jersey, in the years Based on the joint rights granted by the Duke of York to Sir George Carteret and John, Lord Berkeley, New Jersey became a proprietary colony divided into two provinces, east and west.

East Jersey’s development was tied to New York, New England, and the former. The New Brunswick Genealogical Society facilitates genealogical research. The Micmac & Malecite peoples were followed by the Acadians, New England Planters, the Loyalists, the Irish and the Scots. The Vestry Book of the Parish of Saint Andrew, however, does not itself contain any reference to dissatisfaction with his conduct, and he served as rector until his death sometime between July 3,and July 22 of that year.

The early years of the Presbyterian Church in Brunswick County are also associated with great names. 2nd () reprint of Dr W. Milner's short but highly authoritative book on the Dorchester area of New Brunswick.

First published in Sections on the first Acadian settlements, the first English settlers, the churches, merchants, militia, sailing vessels. The First Settlers Philip and David Schuyler, were more commonly called Philip and David Pieterse, being sons of Pieter Schuyler.

Occasionally two patronymics were used, as Samuel Arentse Samuelse Bratt; i.e., Samual Bratt son of Arent, who was the son of Samuel. Byso many refugees had landed and settled at the mouth of the St.

John River that the King granted a charter to the new City of Saint John, the first incorporated city in Canada.

The capital was established at Fredericton, km up the St. John River. Scottish and Irish settlers began to settle in New Brunswick in the early s. Chapter X. The First Settlers of Cumberland; Pages " X " Index [new Index added ] Originally published by William Briggs, Toronto, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, (CD ) ISBN10 ; ISBN13 (Hardcover) Names included in the new Index.

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The first settlers began early to look after the education of the boys and girls. There are entries in showing that a school house was then erected at Hopewell. Dickson charges Mr. James McElmon in June with three days' work on the school house, 15 shillings.

Inthe name of Mr. Cochran appears as school master. New Brunswick Genealogy (in Middlesex County, NJ) USA (1,) > New Jersey (15,) > Middlesex County (1,) > New Brunswick ().

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These books are comprised of articles that originally appeared in the periodical Early Settlers of New York State — Their Ancestors and Descendants. Edited by New York genealogist Janet Foley, its purpose was to collect, publish, and preserve church records, tombstone inscriptions, and family records, first from western New York, then from.

"Loyalists of New Brunswick (United Empire Loyalists) Over the Portage - Early History of the Upper Miramichi, Revised Edition." William MacKinnon; New Ireland Press: Fredericton, New Brunswick; This study includes an overview of the region from and describes the lives of the settlers and their living conditions.

eastern New Brunswick. There are many tales of the hardships faced by New Brunswick Loyalists. After that first hard winter ofhowever, most New Brunswick Loyalists probably took the attitude expressed by Edward Winslow, just being pleased not to be " in danger of starving, freezing, or being blown into the Bay of Fundy.” (Maritime 27).

The book is the first fully documented account of Scottish emigration to New Brunswick ever to be written. Most Scots came in small groups but there were also great contingents such as the Arran emigrants who settled in Restigouche and the Kincardine emigrants who settled in Reviews: 4.

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