GENEALOGIES & FAMILY HISTORIES
This part of our website contains genealogies and family histories submitted by NBGS members. A number of these have already been submitted and are described below.
The submitters of the material shown below wish to share the results of their work with NBGS members and other persons who are interested in New Brunswick's history and the genealogies of its people. Readers are free to use this material in their own research and to quote the material in their own written works provided that the sources are cited completely and the authors or transcribers are given due credit.
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The London Family’s MAQUAPIT LAKE DIARY 1876-1894 concentrates on the Parishes of Sheffield, Sunbury County; Canning and Gagetown, Queens County. Entries include weather, farming, lumbering, teaching, river steamers, trade, social, church and political events, births, deaths and marriages from Grand Lake and along the St John River from Saint John to Woodstock and beyond. Over 230 surnames and 85 place names are discussed at varying levels of details. Also included are an Index and Glossary.
This section also includes Duncan London’s 1916-1917 Diary
All material in this section was transcribed by Pamela J. Fulton
This section contains THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ARTHUR SPURGEON CARPENTER OF OAKVILLE, NEW BRUNSWICK 1870 to 1948, written by his grandson, Miles Ludlow Carpenter, and is concerned with the information that the author was able to gather about his grandparents, Lena and Spurgeon Carpenter.
The author's intention is to treat each family as a separate entity. His first goal is to do this for as many as possible of Spurgeon Carpenter’s brothers and sisters and for his parents. When this task is completed he plans to move backward in time doing the same for earlier ancestors. This work is not just intended to be a chronological record of the members of the Carpenter family. Rather, it describes what life was like for each generation being documented.
This is the original compilation of the history and genealogy of the Cassidys of Cassidy Lake. It was compiled in conjunction with the rededication of the church at Cassidy Lake in 1949. For more information about the Cassidys of Cassidy Lake (Kings County, NB), please visit the family website at www.cassidys.ca.
This book tells the story of the family from the beginning in Ireland, to the homestead at Cassidy Lake, to the far corners of Canada and the United States. New in this book is information on our ancient ancestors in the 1300 AD timeframe. Of more recent times, we chronicle the assembly and divesture of the homestead properaty at Cassidy Lake from 1823 to today. The book is essentially a print version of what's in these web pages without subsequent updates. For more information about the Cassidys of Cassidy Lake (Kings County, NB), please visit the family website at www.cassidys.ca.