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York County New Brunswick

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Location: Fredericton
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Brodie Family

Started by Leasa Garvin. Last reply by Leasa Garvin Feb 15. 2 Replies

Looking for info on the Brodie family from York County via Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.John Naismith Brodie and Jean or Mary Scott married 16 May 1846 Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. John…Continue

Tags: Brodie, Smith, Edward

Clarke

Started by Randall Stackhouse. Last reply by Leasa Garvin Jan 26, 2011. 1 Reply

I found in the Gagetown Anglican Church Records-Marriages (you can find this info on The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick - microfilm reel F1140. also listed in the Summer 1997 issue of…Continue

Harper Family

Started by Leasa Garvin. Last reply by Leasa Garvin Dec 29, 2009. 1 Reply

Looking for stories and photos of the family George Woodford Harper and Janie Louisa Carson married 12 September 1893 in the Exchange Hotel, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. George went by the…Continue

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Comment by Leasa Garvin on January 15, 2011 at 9:44am

I have a 5G Uncle Moses Clarke married in 1796 to Deborah Estabrooks. Daughter to my 5GGparents:

Estabrooks/Hackett Graves

 

I think East Newbridge is between Woodstock and Clarkville.

Comment by Karen on January 13, 2011 at 8:08pm

Hello Everyone.

I'm hoping that someone here can help me. I have just found out in what town my GG Grand Aunt was buried in but I don't know where in N. B. it is. I'm looking for East New Bridge N. B. I'm looking for information on the Temperance Vale burying grounds. I know from Nancy Clark's obit she was buried there and I'm hoping that her husband Moses Clark and Uncle Phineas Haley are also buried there. If anyone may have a number for someone that I can call about the records for this cemetery please let me know. I found a listing on the Temperance Vale cemetery on the Provincial Archive site but Nancy is not listed there.

Thanks

Karen

Comment by Rick Bain on January 25, 2010 at 12:38am
Forbes MacBean Born 1725 Inverness Wife Anne Tew
Son Alexander MacBean/Bain Born 1756 Woolwich England died 1840 in Nashwaak York New Brunswick
Son George MacBean/Bain born 1777 Inverness Scotland
Son John Todd Bain born 1803 York County New Brunswick
Comment by Lynn-Marie Hodges on January 4, 2010 at 12:13pm
I'm related to the BRODIES,HUTCHISON,CHARTERS,SALMONS to name a few.( and the above Leasa Garvin)
My line hales from Lesmahagow,Scotland. They all hale from Alexander and Susanna BRODIE. I hale from their daughter Elizabeth BRODIE who married William HUTCHISON. They only had one daughter that I know of, Susanna Charters HUTCHISON who went on the marry a Doctor and Minister the Rev James SALMON of Lanchestershire,England (this family also haled from Scotland.) The SALMON'S moved from York county to the town of Chipman, in Queens County in 1864, a few months after the birth of their first born son, Edward Charters SALMON, my great grandfather. Later after the death of their father, Edward & his brother James moved up to Montreal. They both married into the LANE family of Lenoxville,Quebec. Both Brothers worked as SilverSmiths for "Roden Brothers Plating Company". When the "Roden Brothers" opened a branch in Toronto, the SALMON brothers moved their families to Ontario. Edward Charters SALMON later bought a hotel in the West-end of Toronto which was run by his wife, his brother-in-law and other members of their family. Edward remained both a Silver Smith and a Hotel owner until he died in 1924.
 

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