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New Brunswick (or in French, Nouveau-Brunswick), is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces, and the only officially bilingual province (French and English). Its capital is Fredericton, and its population is about 758,000. It was one of the four original provinces in Canada.

See also New Brunswick newspapers | New Brunswick directories

Census records

1833 New Brunswick Special Census of the Madawaska Settlement
Includes communities on both banks of the Upper St.John River valley in what are now Madawaska Co., New Brunswick, and Aroostook Co., Maine. About 400 households in total.

1851/2: Library and Archives Canada | FamilySearch
Automated Genealogy | Ancestry.ca | FindMyPast | MyHeritage

1861: Library and Archives Canada | FamilySearch
Ancestry.ca | FindMyPast | MyHeritage

1871: Library and Archives Canada | FamilySearch
Mortality schedules | Ancestry.ca | FindMyPast | MyHeritage

1881: Library and Archives Canada | FamilySearch
Ancestry.ca | FindMyPast | MyHeritage

1891: Library and Archives Canada | FamilySearch
Ancestry.ca | FindMyPast | MyHeritage

1901: Library and Archives Canada | FamilySearch
Automated Genealogy | Ancestry.ca | FindMyPast | MyHeritage

1911: Library and Archives Canada | FamilySearch
Automated Genealogy | Ancestry.ca | FindMyPast | MyHeritage

1921: Library and Archives Canada | Ancestry.ca | MyHeritage

Birth, marriage and death records

Births: Provincial Archives 1800-1924 | FamilySearch 1810-1906

Marriages: Provincial Archives 1847-1969 | FamilySearch 1789-1889
FamilySearch 1887-1919 | FamilySearch 1920-1950

Deaths: Provincial Archives 1815-1969 | FamilySearch 1815-1938
FamilySearch 1815-1919 | FamilySearch 1920-1934
FamilySearch 1935-1938

New Brunswick Cemetery Project
Part of Canada GenWeb. With 1,056 New Brunswick cemeteries.

Cemeteries: Provincial Archives database | Saint John 1889-1919

Find a Grave New Brunswick cemeteries
A great finding aid by Bruce Gordon makes searching for burials much easier.

Billion Graves
International cemetery site includes New Brunswick.

Canadian Headstones
A national cemetery site.

Other sites for genealogy

List of digitized newspapers
Includes newspapers from a variety of sources.

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
The main Provincial Archives site, with a vast amount of information beyond the vital stats mentioned above. Land records, death records of soldiers, port records, a database of more than 215,000 burials, and more.
Including:
Births to 1922, marriages to 1967, and deaths to 1967
Cemetery database (218,271 records)
Saint John burial permits 1889-1919 (33,283 records)
Canadian Forces Base Gagetown cemeteries (1,943 records)
Index to death registration of soldiers, 1941-1947 (1,295 records)
Index to marriage bonds 1810-1932 (41,425 records)
Index to land petitions: original series 1783-1918 (67,535 records)
Index to land grants 1784-1997 (54,017 records)
Index to registers of letters patent and supplementary letters patent issued 1885-1976
New Brunswick Irish Portal
Lovell Directory 1871 (35,829 records)
Hutchinson Directories 1865-1868 (85,362 records)
Records of old Revolutionary soldiers and their widows (3,000 images)
Index to Justice of the Peace appointment register, 1863-1963 (11,438 records)
Newspaper directory 1783-1996 (697 entries)
Historical images (2,274 images)
Index to petitions for teachers' licences and payment 1812-1882 (6,645 records)
Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick Newspaper Vital Statistics

New Brunswick GenWeb
The provincial page of the New Brunswick GenWeb project, including a wide variety of resources such as census indexes.

NB Family Research
NBFR is a community of novice genealogists dedicated to NB Research and helping fellow genealogists. It offers a surname database, information about the region and what's available, links, and a genealogy group.

New Brunswick Gen Links
Thousands of links to more than two million online records, pimarily on the GenWeb or provincial archives sites.

Ruby M. Cusack Genealogical Site
Beginners Guide, Index to the St John Globe Death Roll, and the Good Life Genealogical Queries Column.

Miramichi Genealogy
Search your Miramichi River Roots from this database of tombstone inscriptions from the cemeteries in Northumberland. Provided by the Miramichi branch of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society.

Keillor House 1813
For the Dorchester area. Archival holdings containing census, marriage. cemetery records as well as family genealogy.

Chignecto Isthmus and its First Settlers
This book is an account of the settlement of the NS/NB border area known as the Chignecto Isthmus, which separates the Bay of Fundy from the Cumberland Strait.

Upper St. John River Valley
Transcriptions of early censuses, surveys, land grants and maps. Early censuses annotated with genealogical information on almost every family in the valley.

Grand Manan Island Genealogies
Census records, marriage records, researcher email list, family data files and other site links.

Archives and libraries in New Brunswick

Loyalist Collection
Search the Loyalist Collection at the Harriet Irving Library at the University of New Brunswick.

Kings County Museum
With links to the historical society in Hampton, New Brunswick.

Genealogical societies in New Brunswick

New Brunswick Genealogical Society
Newsletter, research, addresses, executive and branch contacts and membership fees.
Miramichi branch

Grand Falls Genealogy Club
Society information, links to related sites and cemetery transcriptions.

United Empire Loyalists' Association - New Brunswick
Information on the society.

Nation-wide sites worth checking

Library and Archives Canada (Free)
A huge amount of information, including census, immigration and military information. A key resource for all Canadian genealogists.

FamilySearch (Free)
From the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Includes an index to several censuses, civil registration extracts, a guide to the library catalog, submitted and extracted records, and more.

Canadiana (Free)
Quick access to about millions of documents held in Canada’s libraries, museums and archives, compiled into one resource for convenient searching. This site has many resources not found elsewhwere.

Ancestry.ca (Commercial)
Ancestry has an extensive collection drawn from census indexes, immigration sources, and other material from different provinces.

FindMyPast (Commercial)
A collection of sources that is still being developed. FindMyPast includes census indexes, birth indexes, and many scanned books, as well as newspapers.

MyHeritage (Commercial)
The Canadian arm of a site known for its strong European material. It includes the major resources found on other sites.

Automated Genealogy (Free)
Includes free indexes to the 1851/2, 1901, 1906 and 1911 censuses.

Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online (Free)
Notable people who died before 1930.


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