Welcome to the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Inc.
NBGS is a non-profit organization founded in 1978 to encourage and facilitate family historical
research in New Brunswick, Canada.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the history of New Brunswick and its people. Membership plans range from $40 to $65 per year.
For access to:
- Members-only resources
- A branch in your area of interest
- Generations, our journal, 4x per year
|13 Mar 2023:
Explore our new Family Registers
page. Thanks to everyone who subitted a register. Do you have one to submit?
9 Mar 2023: Generations
tables of contents and listings of issues are all updated with the most recent data at the tops of the lists.
8 Mar 2023: The Provincial Archives is adding the images for birth records up to 1927.
7 Mar 2023:
The Spring issue of Generations
is now on the website.
18 Feb 2023:
New photo album added to the Charlotte Branch photo gallery
. Can you help us ID some people?
7 Feb 2023:
We have a new Facebook Group
. Join now and be part of the conversation.
To submit feedback, use our Support
page. Learn about our resources using the Knowledge Base
Follow us on Facebook
. Use our convenient LINKS
page for other research resources.
BITS 'N PIECES:
Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, is excited to announce their next online series, which will focus on Black history in Ontario
. If you’re interested in learning more about this topic you’ll want to join them on April 13, 20 and 27 at 7:30 pm EDT. They’re offering this new series free of charge. Click here
for more information.
29 Mar 2023
Do you have your family research on your own website? We can add it on our links page
if you'd like.
28 Mar 2023
We need your help! We have a new collection on our website of family registers
. Do you have a family bible register you'd like to share with the members of NBGS? Qualifying registers would have birth dates prior to 1929 and marriage and death dates prior to 1974 (we can redact few dates for you if necessary), and at least some of the family must have lived in New Brunswick during the time frame of the register. We need your register scanned or photographed in either JPEG or PDF format. We’d like you to include a brief explanation about the family in the register and/or a transcription of the names and dates. Thank you for any assistance you can provide for this new project. You can send your register to firstname.lastname@example.org
7 Mar 2023
Are you having trouble logging in to the Anglican Registers Project? Check out our Knowledge Base
articles to help guide you through the process of logging in and changing your password. There are also articles to guide you through the search processes, plus information on the project background and privacy regulations. Reminder to new members that the process of setting up your account is done by volunteers and may take a week or so to be completed.
6 Mar 2023
Images: Big Nictau Lake, taken from Mount Carleton Provincial Park; and Head Harbour (East Quoddy) Lighthouse, Campobello Island.
updated Mar 2023