New Brunswick Genealogical Society
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We assembled the following links to help those interested in their New Brunswick ancestors to quickly find websites of interest. Many of the people who first settled in New Brunswick had family that left for other parts of North America and the world. As a consequence, you will find the links are not limited to New Brunswick alone. Many come from members who have found them to be helpful in their quest for their own ancestors. Your contributions are welcome – please submit them by email to webmanager@nbgs.ca
 
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Search the catalogue for books in NB libraries.
[Located in Category: Library]
The physical and online location of databases and archives useful to those researching New Brunswick.
[Located in Category: Library]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites]
MC223 at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. The Parish Registers are available on the NBGS website under the Anglican Registers Project, subject to restrictions of the Vital Statistics Act. The Anglican Church has had a presence in New Brunswick since 1768.
[Located in Category: Religious Archives]
Archive is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
[Located in Category: Religious Archives]
[Located in Category: Maps]
[Located in Category: Maps]
University of PEI, Island Archive.
[Located in Category: Maps]
[Located in Category: Maps]
If your deceased relative was a Barnardos boy or girl, whether in the UK or as part of migrations to Australia or Canada, we could help you trace information about them and their life in Barnardos.
[Located in Category: Home Children]
FamilySearch.org
[Located in Category: Starting A Family History]
This is a listing of records of children's homes administered by Birmingham City Council. Middlemore Childrens home records are included in this collection.
[Located in Category: Home Children]
[Located in Category: United Empire Loyalist ]
[Located in Category: United Empire Loyalist ]
[Located in Category: Home Children]
[Located in Category: Home Children]
If you have interest in hiring a researcher please send a summary of the work you have already completed and what your goals are. I have eleven years of research experience with the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick and with the Loyalist Collection at the University of New Brunswick Library.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Services]
[Located in Category: Military]
[Located in Category: Military]
The South African War (1899-1902) or, as it is also known, the Boer War, marked Canada's first official dispatch of troops to an overseas war.
[Located in Category: Military]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites]
Baptist Archives are located in the Vaughan Memorial Library at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
[Located in Category: Religious Archives]
Note: This website has not been updated since 2011.
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites]
Includes history of the Archdiocese plus listings of current, retired and deceased priests.
[Located in Category: Religious Archives]
[Located in Category: Religious Archives]
[Located in Category: Religious Archives]
[Located in Category: Religious Archives]
Transcriptions of census records.
[Located in Category: Other Resources]
indexed and searchable
[Located in Category: Archives ]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites]
Housed in the Historic Jail, The Charlotte County Archives’ rich and varied collection reflects the diversity, experience, and achievement of Charlotte County people. The collections date to the 18th century and include thousands of original documents reflecting various individuals, groups, and businesses, who have contributed to our social, cultural, economic, and political life.
[Located in Category: Archives ]
The Child Migrants Trust was established in 1987 by Margaret Humphreys CBE, OAM; a Nottinghamshire Social Worker. It addresses the issues surrounding the deportation of children from Britain. In the post-war period, child migrants as young as three were shipped to Canada, New Zealand, the former Rhodesia and Australia, a practice that continued as late as 1970.
[Located in Category: Home Children]
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.
[Located in Category: Military]
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission ensures that 1.7 million people who died in the two world wars will never be forgotten.
[Located in Category: Military]
New Brunswick maps collection.
[Located in Category: Maps]
Genealogy in Bathurst, New Brunswick
[Located in Category: Family Websites]
Library and Archives Canada
[Located in Category: Starting A Family History]
The free genealogical website/of the Latter Day Saints. The site includes records from countries other than Canada (primarily the United States and Europe.)
[Located in Category: Other Resources]
For those who wish to use the Family Search site to research records relevant to New Brunswick rather than for purposes of familial genealogical research.
[Located in Category: Other Resources]
A collection of online resources pertaining to NB genealogical research.
[Located in Category: Other Resources]
Library and Archives Canada
[Located in Category: Maps]
This site is devoted to the history of Lewis Fisher and Mary Barbara Till of Fredericton and their descendants.
[Located in Category: Family Websites]
Daphne Wetmore, BHS, PLCGS, holds a Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies: Canadian Records (2017) and an Advanced Level Professional Development Certificate (2021) from the National Institute for Genealogical Studies, Toronto, Ontario. Located in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, Daphne has many years of experience as a genealogy researcher, and has deep ancestral roots in the province. These roots include Loyalist and Irish immigrants; Premiers and paupers; shipbuilders and woodsmen; doctors, lawyers, engineers and many others who helped build the province of New Brunswick.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Services]
The Genealogical Institute of the Maritimes, a non-profit organization, was established in 1983 under the auspices of the Council of Maritime Premiers. The Institute arose in response to a felt need noted by leading genealogists, genealogical societies of the Maritime provinces, and archivists, for certification and registration of persons undertaking genealogical research for the public.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Services]
The General Register Office holds records of births, deaths, marriages, civil partnerships, stillbirths and adoptions in England and Wales.
[Located in Category: Archives ]
The General Register Office for Northern Ireland (GRONI) is located within the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency and is responsible for: * the administration of marriage and civil partnership law * the registration of births, deaths, marriages, civil partnerships and adoptions * the maintenance of registration records * the production of birth, deaths, marriage, civil partnership and adoption certificates when you ask
[Located in Category: Archives ]
Ancestry.com
[Located in Category: Starting A Family History]
This website has been designed and published by John Munro, for the benefit of others who are trying to trace their American GI fathers or family.
[Located in Category: Military]
Note: This website has not been updated since 2014.
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites]
[Located in Category: Historical Societies & Museums]