2 edition of short history of Carleton County New Brunswick. found in the catalog.
short history of Carleton County New Brunswick.
T. C. L. Ketchum
|Statement||By T. C. L. Ketchum.|
|LC Classifications||F1044.C3 K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||22007130|
Fact: Burial Orser Cemetery, Hartland, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada Sources ↑ A Short History of the Orser Family Samuel G Barter, ; William Orser () on Find A Grave: Memorial # retrieved 22 July Descendants of Jan Orser by Wayne DeLong The Book', The life And Times Of John Giberson : Mary (Craig) Orser, Mary Anna (Blake) Orser.
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A Short History of Carleton County: New Brunswick (Classic Reprint) T. Ketchum No preview available - A Short History of Carleton County, New Brunswick. InT. Ketchum compiled A Short History of Carleton County, New Brunswick “undertaking to place before the public some impressions and facts of Carleton County and, incidentally of Victoria and Madawaska to establish a guide post here and there, which, with the copious matter already published might aid someone in the future with.
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Carleton-York is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, was contested for the first time in the general was created in the redistribution of electoral boundaries. The district draws its population from the northwestern parts of York County and southern parts of Carleton County, the boundaries commission proposed it be Coordinates: 45°54′47″N 67°17′35″W /.
* The Loyalists and their First New Brunswick Winter - contributed by John J. Noble * The Birth of Carleton County * Place Names of Carleton County * Seventy Years of New Brunswick Life * Short History of the Orser Family * Mayors of Woodstock, present * Carleton County Family Trees * Obituaries * Census of Madawaska.
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book By the sound of the mill whistle: sawmilling in Stickney, New Brunswick/ by Dawn Bell Logan. by Logan, Dawn Bell. -- Carleton County Historical Society. Material type: Book; Format: print Publisher: (Woodstock, N.B.): Carleton County Historical Society, (c) Availability: Items available for reference: [ L] (1).
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A Short History of Carleton County, New Brunswick by T.C.L. Ketchum: Allan J. Tompkins "Vital Statistics From New Brunswick Newspapers" by Daniel F. Johnson: NB Provincial Archives in Fredericton: Grant Reference Plan.
No biological data but gives an. Carleton County, New Brunswick. likes were here. Carleton County is located in west-central New Brunswick, Canada/5(26). Carleton Co., New Brunswick [Bookmark This Page] [Link To This Page] State New Brunswick: County Albert (2) Carleton (40) Charlotte Dominion Census: Dominion Census - Aberdeen Located at Carleton County GenWeb [Report Broken Link] Dominion Census - Brighton Located at Carleton County GenWeb [Report Broken Link] Dominion.
The colony of New Brunswick was created in summer ; Sir Thomas Carleton was appointed as Lieutenant-Governor on 3 Augustand in a new legislative assembly was established with the first elections. The new colony was almost called New Ireland after a failed attempt to establish a colony of that name in Maine during the war.
carleton county historical society history Officially, the Carleton County Historical Society was duly incorporated, under the laws of the Province of New Brunswick, on the 9th day of May,after application made on May 4th by Jock Fraser, Kenneth MacLauchlan and Laura MacLauchlan, as provisional directors, on behalf of the Society.
A Short History of Carleton County, New Brunswick Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork/5(4).
Mount Carleton, highest point (2, feet [ m]) in the Maritime Provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island) of Canada, 70 miles ( km) east of Edmundston, N.B., near Nictau and Nepisiguit lakes.
Structurally it is a monadnock, or erosional remnant, rising above the. A history of the schools of Carleton County / by the Carleton County Retired Teachers' Association; consulting editor, George Peabody by -- Retired Teachers' Association of Carleton County (N.B.).
Material type: Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: [S.l.]: The Association, Availability: Items available for reference: [ R c.1] (2). The three images of Millard wtih people in them were taken at Campburn Farm in Harvey with his Grandma Robison (nee Eleanor "Jane" Herbert).
Millard's nephew Al Robison vividly remembers "Uncle Albert -- our Grandpa Robison's younger brother -- telling me when I met him in Harvey on my first visit there about the joyful celebration they all had down at the train station when Norman and Millard.
New Brunswick, Canada History and Genealogy. New Brunswick is one of 3 provinces collectively known as the "Maritimes." Joined to Nova Scotia by the narrow Chignecto Isthmus and separated from Prince Edward Island by the Northumberland Strait. History of New Brunswick Volume I Chapter XIII: Governor Carleton wrote to Sir Guy Carleton in the latter part of the year, that the settlers in the upper part of the river were alarmed by the menaces of the Indians in that district, and to quiet their fears he had established a temporary depot of provisions and arms among them, so that in.
H Educational Progress in New Brunswick, by Dr. Inch, LL.D., Superintendent of Education; About the author: James Hannay became the most influential New Brunswick historian of the lateth and earlyth century.
He wrote several books and articles on the early history and settlement of New Brunswick, the most influential being this, The. The content of this book was originally published in as part of the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Carleton by H.
Beldon & Company. The pages of Historical Sketch of the County of Carleton contains all of the narrative history that was printed in that original historical atlas, reconfigured to book form.
This new edition has a new nominal index, and new Table of. Lakeville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. 12 likes were here. Lakeville is a community in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
This small /5(). New Brunswick Census ofCarleton County. George H. Hayward. G.H. Hayward, - Canada - pages. 0 Reviews "The census data in this volume was transcribed from a microfilmed copy of the original census register, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B., microfilm reels F, F & F, Library and Archives Canada.
Explore Carleton County in Google Earth: use the regional directory or search form above to find your Google Earth location in Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada.
We do not provide Google Earth links at the country or regional level, however each populated place page (at the last level of above directory) links directly to Google Earth. A collection of true tales by a veteran story teller who came to Canada from Scotland with his parents in and made his home in Carleton County, New Brunswick.
Author of two successful earlier books: Aberdeen It Was Not () and Her Last Wee Treasure (). Carleton County Colloquialisms - Dictionary of the vernacular from Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada.
Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester, KB (3 September – 10 November ), known between and as Sir Guy Carleton, was an Anglo-Irish soldier and administrator. He twice served as Governor of the Province of Quebec, from toconcurrently serving as Governor General of British North America in that time, and again from to Battles/wars: War of the Austrian Succession, Seven.
More than two dozen Carleton County residents spent the Friday before New Brunswick Day hiking through deep woods to a piece of the province’s history that few people have ever seen.
On 1 July New Brunswick entered the Canadian Confederation along with Nova Scotia, Quebec and Ontario. At the end of the Great Depression the New Brunswick standard of living was much below the Canadian average.
Timeline [edit | edit source] Some key dates and events in the history of Canada and New Brunswick are. Books set in New Brunswick: [Mercy Among the Children, The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor, Finn, The Town That Drowned, Nights Below Station Str.
New Brunswick, Canadian province located on the eastern seaboard of the North American is Canada’s only officially bilingual province, French and English having equal status. It was one of the four original provinces making up the national confederation in Together with Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, it forms the regional grouping known as the Maritime.
A short work by the Rev. B. M. Broderick in two parts: A five-page sketch of the history of the Catholic church in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island from the fall of Louisbourg in untiland a page section on the history of the diocese of Chatham, New Brunswick, from its erection in until the Episcopal See.Historical discourse delivered at the celebration of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the First Reformed Dutch Church, New Brunswick, N.J., October 1, / (New-Brunswick, N.J.: Published by the Consistory, ), by Richard H.
Steele (page images at HathiTrust).One of New Brunswick's finest authors – B.J. Grant – wrote When Rum Was King, published in by Gooselane. The book is now out-of-print and the author, deceased but his book remains a superb reference text into the rum-running trade of the early 20th century.
He makes particular mention of the "exporters" of Carleton County.