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Carleton County, New Brunswick Genealogy

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Maxwell family search

Started by Jo-Ann Burley Mar 14, 2014. 0 Replies

I am searching for anyone researching William & Ellen (or Ellenor) Maxwell.They came from Ireland aboard the ship Mary Ann in 1853 with Catherine age 6, Alexander age 4 and James age 9 mos.  They…Continue

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Comment by Karen on January 19, 2013 at 10:40am

Every thing I find leads me to believe that it is. The cemetery there is known at the International Forest City Cemetery

 

Comment by Pam Beveridge on January 19, 2013 at 10:31am

Is Forest City across the border from the Maine Forest City?

Comment by Karen on January 19, 2013 at 9:31am

Hello Group

I'm hoping that someone can help me with a brickwall.

I'm tryig to find information on Helena "Lena" MacDonald Folster.

I have found that Lena and her husband John lived in Forest City New Brunswick.

John her husband died in 1939 and I know that she was still alived in 1962. I found an obit for her sister Alice that has her listed as still living.

If anyone can heip me please let me know.

Thanks

Karen

Comment by Donna Newman on October 11, 2012 at 6:37pm

I am trying to find out who the parents were of my ggg-grandfather, John Newman. He was born around 1774 in, I believe, Carleton County and married Sarah Ann Rockwell in 1810 in Woodstock.  John died before 1871 in Campobello, N.B.  John is my big brick wall.  If I could only find out the names of his parents.  Anyone else looking?  Had any luck?

Comment by Karen on February 26, 2012 at 10:52am

I'm looking for information on the Clark's from Carlton County.

My Clark's are Moses Clark & Nancy Jane (Haley) Clark

Nancy and Moses were some of the first settlers of what became Clarkville.

They had several children.

Alonzo Clark

           + Alberta McCorkindale

John Frances Clark

            + Bridget McCarty

Elizabeth Jane Clark

             + George MacDoanld

Mary Clark   born November 17, 1859 in Topsfield Maine area

Marsha Elizabeth Clark

              + Owen McCarty

Thomas Clark born 1863 in the Topsfield Maine area

Stephen Tracy Clark

               + Ethelinda Turner

I'm trying to find information on Mary and Thomas. If any of you know of these people I would love to talk with you.

Thanks

Karen

Comment by Karen on March 5, 2010 at 9:07am
I was hoping that someone could help me with this one. I'm researching the Haley family and I have come into several brickwalls. This one is one of the harder ones that I have found in awhile. I have been able to trace my family back to 1837 in the Topsfield Maine area to Thomas and Elizabeth Haley and thier three children. I can tell you that with the three children the family branches out and covers both sides of the Maine / New Brunswick border.

I'm looking for information on an Elizabeth A. Haley.

She was born in Topsfield Maine

Elizabeth A. Haley b.7/19/1869 d. 7/1/1895
+ 1. ???? ( Divorced )
+ 2. Allen N. Jones
Marriage date 2/21/1894 Lincoln Maine

I'm trying to find her first husband. She would have had to been married between 1880 and 1894.

If anyone has any ideas where to look please let me know.

Thanks
Karen
Comment by Pam Beveridge on February 15, 2010 at 9:54am
Lucilla Stickney, who married Daniel Goulding, and lived in Perry, was born in Londonderry, Colchester, NS. Her father Thomas Stickney was born in Calais, but I think his wife Nancy Crowell as born in NS, as they married at Londonderry. Then he must have brought her back to Maine. Thomas' father Jonathan was born in Tewksbury - at least this is what I hope is all true.
Comment by Helen Archer on February 15, 2010 at 8:58am
Hi Margaret,I would love to see how our lines connect. Eleanor Stickney is my connetion. She is my ggggrandmother. She marred Bela Loring of Perry.
Comment by Margaret (Stickney) Bienert on February 15, 2010 at 7:21am
Hi, Helen -- I have Stickneys from Perry in my mother's line --- connecting with your line as well I think somewhere! We need to find exactly how we are related through that line!
My father's side were the Stickneys who came first to Maugerville, New Brunswick and then settled in the area of Woodstock, Carleton County.
My parents were 10th or 11th cousins of the Stickney family.
Comment by Helen Archer on February 14, 2010 at 7:36pm
Where do your Stickneys come from. I have them in my line. From Perry Me.
 

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