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Below, you will find a number of Campobello Families Genealogies by fellow Cyber-genealogists who have graciously agreed to share their work with us. Click on there names if you wish to contact them, have any questions, OR possibly have information that contradicts your own. Perhaps you can add to their information or let them know of any errors or omissions. Enjoy!! If YOU have a family genealogy that you would like to share, please drop me a note!
I would like to try and develope a data base of as many Island families as possible for the site. In order to do this I need YOUR help. If you have a information that I could use, please contact me. If privacy is a concern, I will not post any dates for those born after 1925 unless they are deceased. If you care not comfortable with this I will not put on any individual's name per your request.
The Babcock's of Campobello. This family resided on the island as early as the mid 1851. Submitted by Heather Chevalier This link is to the Heather's main page. Check out the area "Related Files" for a direct link to the information on the Campobello Families. Also under photo's there are a few tomb stones located at Wilson's Beach for family members. She also has information on the Grand Manan Babcock's who's roots go back to Campobello.
BROWN, James & Susannah Submitted by Heather Waddingham Surnames Include: Babcock, Bassett, Brown, Bourdreau, Bowden, Calder, Carter, Cassidy, Cline, Cline, Doone, Fickett, Garrity, Grass, Guptill, Henderson, Johnston, Langmaid, Lank, Ludlow, Matthews, McCulley, Mitchell, Newman, Phinney, Porter, Searles, Seeley, Spear, Small, Thurber, Tinker, Wilson Young (among others). Report includes 4 generations of descendants of 5 children of this couple. Heather welcomes any errors or ommissions you may be able to point out to her. Report updated April 2007 (Report is over 140 pages in length)
BROWN, James Burden & Thankful Submitted by Heather Waddingham Surnames Include: Babcock, Bassett, Brown, Bourdreau, Bowden, Calder, Carter, Cassidy, Cline, Cline, Doone, Fickett, Garrity, Grass, Guptill, Henderson, Johnston, Langmaid, Lank, Ludlow, Matthews, McCulley, Mitchell, Newman, Phinney, Porter, Searles, Seeley, Spear, Small, Thurber, Tinker, Wilson Young, among others. James was one of the children of James and Thankful listed above and this report is included above as well. Heather welcomes any errors or ommissions you may be able to point out to her. Please view the report on James and Susannah Brown if you are looking for more recent information on this family. James Burden was their son.
CALDER, Robert & Ann. Married a second time to Agnes. Submitted by Karen Small Surnames Include: Andrews, Anthony, Batson, Baxter, Brown, Case, Chambers, Chute, Clark, Coffin, Dewolfe, Flagg, Gilland, Gilligan, Graham, Hickey, Justason, Langmaid, Lank, Malloch, MacDonald, McGowan, McKenna, McLellan, Mitchell, Morgan, Newman, Patch, Patterson, Parker, Phinney, Porter, Prescott, Searles, Small, Thurber, Townsend, Trecartin, Venell, Wilson, Wormell, among others. Karen welcomes any errors or ommissions you may be able to point out to her.
The Revolutionary War Widow's Information database provided on the NB Archives Site clearly indicated that Robert's wife was Anne. It is now believed that the name "Agnes" was a nickname or second name that his wife Anne was also known as. The Records show Robert's wife is referred to as "Agnes, Nancy and Anne". One piece of information indicates they were married in Glasgow, England. Based on the year of the marriage 1777, and the year of this record 1840, it is assumed that Robert was married only the one time. Please see this document as taken from the database.
GALLAGHER, Mary. The descendants of Mary Gallagher who immigrated from Ireland. Submitted by Karen Small Surnames Include: Blackwood, Gallagher, Newman, McGibbon, McGilvary. Karen writes "Please bear in mind and make it known that this is a work in progress.Not much after 1901 census as there are not too many records available to me.
LAWLESS, John & Catherine CAMPOBELLO Parish and their descendants. (Original passengers on the Ship Owen in 1770)
LLOYD, Andrew CAMPOBELLO Parish and his descendants (includes William Lloyd Garrison the famous Slavery Abolitionist)
The MALLOCH Family Resource Page Submitted by Scott Malloch . Scott has a variety of vital records including births, marriages and deaths among others pertaining to the MALLOCH family. He has also developed a yahoo group for this surname .
MALLOCH, Peter & Anne (Hannah) Submitted by Norma Brown Surnames Include: Albee, Anthony, Bates, Barnes, Benson, Brown, Bullen, Burr, Butler, Calder, Capen, Cassidy, Chute, Cook, Cropley, Daggett, Davis, Denbow, Fitzgerald, Goodell, Gordon, Green, Greenlaw, Harrison, Henderson, Hilyard, Hooper, Jacobus, Johnston, Kelsey, Lank, Lambert, Laughlin, Leslie, Lomond, Lord, Malloch, McLellan, Mitchell, Morrison, Newell, Newman, Norris, Patterson, Parker, Phinney, Phillips, Potter, Prevost, Rice, Ridgway, Rutherford, Roberts, Savage, Searles, Smith, Stuart, Thurber, Thompson, Tinker, Trecartin Townsend, Wilk, Wilson, Wright, Zwicker. Note: Norma also has information on the family of James MALLOCH, brother to Peter, who resided at Eastport Maine. You may wish to contact Norma regarding this family line.
MITCHELL, Noah and Hannah Submitted by Karen Small Surnames Include: Bagley, Barnes, Bates, Beatty, Belliveau, Berry, Bowden, Brown, Burt, Calder, Chute, Cossaboom, Cronk, Cullerton, Dobbins, Donovan, Doyle, Finch, Fiske, Fitzsimmons, Flagg, Fletcher, Green, Harris, Hazen, Henderson, Holland, Holmes, Hunt, Kelley, Kendrick, Knoble, Langmaid, Lank, Leighton, Lomax, Lord, Malloch, Matthews, McCready, McGregor, McGowan, McKay, McLeod, McLellan, Mitchell, Monahan, Morse, Moses, Myers, Newman, North, Parker, Patch, Porter, Pouria, Publicover, Rand, Ray, Rice, Sandell, Savage, Sawyer, Searles, Small, Stimpson, Stinson, Stuart, Thurber, Trecartin, Todd, Townsend, Urquhart, Wilson, Wright (among others). Karen welcomes any errors or ommissions you may be able to point out to her.
PARKER Families A excellent web page on the PARKER surname including those who were on Campobello. Click on "Volume 1" on the page to follow the Campobello Branch of this family.
RICE Families Submitted by Jeff Hazeltine . I have been outlining the Crous(s)e Family of Nova Scotia. According to the Edmund Rice Association, Nelson Rice is the son of John Rice and Leah Crousse. I have put togther a package of raw information about this family (much of it from this Campobello site). I realize this is probably peripherial to your main interests but I pass it along in case it might be of interest to someone. You can also view additional information on this family at this web page http://www.widomaker.com/~gwk/Planter/p80.htm#i261164 .
SEARLES, William & Elizabeth Submitted by Hazel Nolan Surnames Include: Barker, Batson, Brown, Calder, Edgecomb, Fletcher, Fitzsimmons, Full, Harmon, Johnson, Jones, Kelley, Mallock/Malloch, Matthews, McNevin, Mitchell, Newman, Olsen, O'Neal, Person, Porter, Ramsdell, Richardson, Robinson, Sargent, Seeley, Searles, Tinker, Tobin, Trecartin.
WILSON, James & Sarah Submitted by Heather Waddingham Surnames include: Bassett, Brown, Calder, Cook, Dumphy, Hilyard, Langmaid, Lank, Leonard, Ludlow, Matthews, McNeill, McLellan, Newman, Parker, Pineo, Stover, Tinker, Young
WILSON, Robert & Dolly Submitted by Heather Waddingham Surnames Include: Babcock, Bassett, Brown, Calder, Cassidy, Cross, Currier, Fitzgerald, Grass, Hilyard, Holmes, Lank, Matthews, McSherry, Nash, Newman, Parker, Phinney, Savage, Searles, Seeley, Small, Sprague, Tinker, Tyrah, Wentworth, Young
Campobello People and Newspaper Articles
Section added February 2008
This section will be used to post stories found in local newspapers pertaining to Campobello or people who may have had some kind of "connection" to the island.
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