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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. 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 Pam Beveridge on February 26, 2012 at 12:24am

My great great great great grandfather was John Clark Hanson of St. Patrick Parish, Charlotte Cty

Comment by Robert Boyle on February 25, 2012 at 9:57pm

Well I know where some Haleys went.  My line goes something like:  Thomas Haley 1741-1793 b. Halifax, James Haley 1782-1852, Dorcas Haley 1815-1902.  Dorcas was born in Bocabec. Around 1840, Vardons, Haleys, Hansons, Clark, Millikens migrated to Pickering, Markham area.  Around 1860 they then immigrated to California.  Robert Haley, Thomas Haley and Dorcas Haley all lived in SF Bay area.  Ann August Haley married Joseph Jeffery of London.




Comment by Karen on February 25, 2012 at 7:19pm

 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 Karen on March 7, 2010 at 8:48pm
I'll take a look at it. Thanks
Comment by Helen Archer on March 7, 2010 at 8:46pm
I beleive its the history of Lincoln, Me.
Comment by Karen on March 7, 2010 at 8:44pm
Do you know the name of the book?
Comment by Helen Archer on March 7, 2010 at 8:37pm
there is a book on Lincoln that gives a lot of the families. I got it through inter library loan from the Bangor library. You might try that.
Comment by Karen on March 7, 2010 at 6:45am
I know that after the death of Elizabeth, Allen Jones moved to the southern Maine area and it doesn't look like he ever remarried. That I can find anyways. That's as much as I can tell you about the Jones's.

Thank you for looking.
Comment by Helen Archer on March 6, 2010 at 8:39pm
My husband has a Sadie Jones in his family. She was born in Burham, Me. and died in Lincoln in 1957 I have looked but find no Allen Jones. I have traced her line back to the Mayflower.
Comment by Helen Archer on March 6, 2010 at 8:33pm
I will see what else I can find.

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