New Brunswick Genealogical Society
RESEARCH RESOURCES - Saint John Branch

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Saint John Branch - Research Resources
 
Cemetery Resources: Other Resources:
Cemetery Maps:
(public access)
Catholic Diocese of Saint John
(members only)
(members only)
Records of the temporary asylum Saint John 1840
(members only)
Kingston Peninsula Cemetery transcriptions
(public access)
The search for
American Civil War Veterans in Atlantic Canada
(members only)
by the NB Historical Society
(members only)
The family of James Smith, builder and first owner of the Marco Polo
(members only)
by Marion Dunphy
(members only)
Family registers for three Wetmore families
(members only)
(1837-1923) by Lennox Bagnell 
(members only)
 
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Catalogue of Vessels arrived at Saint John with Immigrant Passengers Year 1842
(public access)
First Common Council of Saint John, 1785
(public access)
Find where someone is buried in Fernhill using their Gravesite Search (public access)
Links for WW1 Research
(public access)
 
(public access)
 
 
Websites for Saint John and Kings County resources
 
Catholic Diocese of Saint John
Saint John, NB
City of Saint John
Saint John, NB
Kings County Museum
Hampton, NB
Loyalist House
New Brunswick Black History Society
Saint John, NB
New Brunswick Museum 
Peninsula Heritage Inc
John Fisher Memorial Museum
Kingston, NB
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Quaco Historical and Library Society
St Martins, NB
Rothesay, NB
Saint John Free Public Library
Saint John Jewish Historical Museum
Saint John, NB
 
The 1851 census of Saint John
 
 
 
 
updated Jun 2022