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Charlotte County, New Brunswick Genealogy


Charlotte County, New Brunswick Genealogy

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Cook family

Started by Kathryn Anne Lewis. Last reply by Karen Elizabeth Terrill McGuirk Feb 14, 2018. 8 Replies

Looking for ancestors of George Cook, b @1850, possibly in Back Bay NB. Married May Rappley @1869. They lived North Head, Grand Manan. She died @1898 of an absessed tooth (no doctor available.…Continue

Missing Robertsons

Started by Jeremy Robertson. Last reply by Jeremy Robertson Feb 23, 2015. 2 Replies

Hello,I've been searching for information on a Donald Robertson b. Scotland and wife Elise (Manderson or Anderson or Henderson) both of whom, at one point, lived in New Brunswick.  I'm not sure if it…Continue

Tags: Anderson, Henderson, Elsie, Manderson, Robertson

Peter Hooper of St. George

Started by James Derek Johnston. Last reply by MHooper Feb 22, 2015. 7 Replies

My Great Grandfather is Peter Hooper.   Using census information,  he was probably born between 1845 and 1850 to William Hooper and Susan Cooke.   He married Phebe Esther Kinney around 1874 and had 3…Continue

Smith Family in Charlotte, ME

Started by mary-lee gilliland May 22, 2014. 0 Replies

In the 1870 Census (I think) my GGGParents, Ebenezer Swan, jr and wife, Martha Ann (Lee) Swan had a 5 year old boy named PERLY SMITH living with them.  Hoping that Perley's identity might lead me to…Continue

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Comment by Carol B. Smith Fisher on February 1, 2017 at 10:41am

Dear All, I have done a lot of research on the Hayman family (descending from Martin Hayman). Martin and his brother Nehemiah were from Somerset County, MD and are descended from Henry Hayman from Devin, England. Many descendants believe Martin Was Swedish. Even my grandmother, Margaret Hayman said that it had been passed down that they were Swedish. Anyone interested in learning about the Hayman ancestry, I will gladly share my findings.  

Comment by Beverley Davis Robertson on February 21, 2015 at 8:21pm
Thank you Pam. Good tips about county seat. Looking forward to more responses.
Comment by Pam Beveridge on February 21, 2015 at 5:20pm

Hope someone responds to you, Beverley!  There's even a town on Deer Island called Lambertville.  If you've never been there before, prepare to be awed.  The ocean is always lovely but when your view is studded by spruce covered islands, it's breathtaking.  You will probably want to visit St. George, NB, St. Andrews NB (county seat - ask for Shirley O'Neill), Calais ME, Eastport ME and Machias ME (county seat).  Eastport had a doctor so many women from the West Isles went there to deliver babies.  There's a private car ferry between Deer Island and Eastport.

Comment by Beverley Davis Robertson on February 21, 2015 at 4:28pm
Looking for information on the Lamberts of Deer Island. My gg grandmother was Josephine lambert, daughter of James. I see there are still lots of references to Lamberts on the Island. I am curious to know where James came from and if his family were Loyalists. I am currently in Tucson, AZ, but will visit Deer Island in May.
Comment by Pamela J. Gilpin - Stowe on September 25, 2013 at 3:25pm

I have been doing research on my families of Charlotte County for several years and find everything which I have learned to leave me with even greater curiosity!  L'Etete and Back Bay of the two main areas.  Is there anyone else who might know about these ancestors of mine....  Jane Holmes d/o Stephen and Elizabeth and great grand dau of Joseph Holmes and Silence Brown.  Are the Brown's on Campobello related to Silence Brown.  I'll back-up.  Silence is from Scarborough Maine area and her husband Joseph Holmes was from there also.  They first moved to Machias for only a few years and then by 1770 Joseph and Silence and family settled at Campobello Island.  Their dau. Dolly b. 1770 married Robert Wilson.  I do understand that most of my ancestors of Charlotte Co. were loyalist, but a few were immigrants from Ireland, like the McAleese family aka McLeese.  

Comment by Pam Beveridge on June 22, 2013 at 6:51pm

Just emailed the Hessian expert and gave her the name Spates, Spech, Specht, etc.  I had initially contacted her to tell her that a researcher in Germany had stolen 15000 Hessian-related books from libraries and archives, though most have been retrieved, but not re-distributed as there are no obvious markings of ownership.  She is headed to Germany tomorrow for 3 weeks of research.  It would be wonderful to hear that she recognizes the name and has some info!

Comment by Pam Beveridge on June 22, 2013 at 12:47pm

Another thing - you might want to check Eastport for Lucy's birth record, as some women who lived on the West Isles or perhaps even St. George would go to Eastport to deliver because there was a doctor there.  The records could be in either place.  And the notices could be in those Eastport Sentinels, too.

Comment by Pam Beveridge on June 22, 2013 at 12:38pm

Thought of something - in case you're interested in the Hessian aspect, there is a German lady living at Bangor who is an authority on the subject.  I've heard a couple of her presentations - she goes to Germany at least once a year to research.  This doesn't answer your Hanscom question but might give you some insight on the Spates line, in case she has something relevant to - was it? - Specht? 

Comment by Gale Spates on June 22, 2013 at 12:29pm

Looking for birth record for: Lucy A Hanscom b.1821 (St George) daughter of Dependence and Jane (Low) Hanscom.  Also her marriage (not sure of location) about 1845 to James W. Spates.  Archives etc thus far no results

Comment by GEORGE HERSEY on February 14, 2013 at 11:31am



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