Last Updated May 2005
These people have kindly volunteered to do "lookups" from material they have gathered over time. Please e-mail them if you are looking for information on a SPECIFIC individual or family name and remember to SPECIFY THE BOOK you want them to do a lookup in. DO NOT ask for information on the entire family! Kindly remember that they are volunteers and make only reasonable requests for information. And above all, don't forget to say "thank you" to them!
Random Acts of Kindness Oct 2004 Other Lookups in Canada Not Listed Here Genealogy Help List Oct 2004 Pennfield Parish Lookups Oct 2004 1. "Calais Maine Families: They Came and They Went" Thelma Eye Brooks, Heritage Books, 2002.
2. "Surplus People: The Fitzwilliam Clearance 1847-1856" Jim Rees, Collin Press, 2000. This book gives a detailed listing of Irish Immigrants who sailed on "The Star" and landed in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB in May 1848. Detailed Index, gives the Townland and the Civil Parish in Ireland for each family.
3."Mayflower Ancestral Index: Volume 1: 1981: Descendants of the Families: Brewster, Chilton, Eaton, Samuel Fuller, More, Rogers, Soule, White."Compiled by Milton E. Terry, PH. D. and Anne Borden Harding, General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1981
4. "Early New Brunswick Probate Records: 1785-1835" By R. Wallace Hale; Heritage Books, Maryland, 1989.
5. "Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867 : Volume II" by Leonard H. Smith and Norma H. Smith : Baltimore, Maryland: 1994.
6. Newgate of Connecticut: its origin and Early History" by Richard H. Phelps, Picton Press; Camden, ME ; 1996. [Barb's notice: My ancestor was a convicted Tory & Newgate is a prison. Later this ancestor came to New Brunswick as a Loyalist).
Barbara Intondi May 2005 1) St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, St. Stephen, NB: Tombstone Inscriptions of Charlotte County, N.B.,Canada,Vol. 1
2) Land grants
3) List of Inhabitants at Penobscot claiming to be Loyalists, another of those wishing to remove to the District of Passamaquoddy", and a third roll of the Penobscot Loyalists who actually did relocate to "the District of Passamaquoddy". I also have two rolls that specifically list Loyalists who have removed to the "District of Passamaquoddy" (or at least what would become Charlotte County where their individual military regiment association has been noted, the largest being those Men, Women, and Children of the Disbanded 74th Regiment .I don't have any military muster rolls for any Regular British Army or "Continental" (Loyalist) regiments.
Bruce Towers 1) Calais Advertiser
2) Calais Vital Records (Book 1-3)
3) Calais Cemetery Records
4) Calais Gravestones Inscriptions
5) Funeral Home Records
6) First Congregational Church of Calais, ME Records
"I also have a lot of info concerning the towns around Calais."
Sharon Howland 1) Vitals from Eastport Sentinel by Ken Wiley
2) The First History of New Brunswick by Peter Fisher
3) Gubbins New Brunswick Journals 1811-1813
4) Marriage Index for Charlotte County
Karen Small 20 Jan 2000 1) The Annals of Calais, Maine and St. Stephen, New Brunswick, by Rev. I.C. Knowlton - 1875
2) St. Stephen and Charlotte County Directory - 1908 - 9
3) McAlpines Charlotte County Directory 1886 - 87 (This also includes an alphabetical directory of Calais Me.)
4) 1861 Census for Charlotte County NB, Canada Published in 1999 by the New Brunswick Genealogy Society - Charlotte Branch
Ken Downey 1 May 2002 Early New Brunswick Probate Records 1785-1835 by R. Wallace Hale Caren Secord 19 Jul 2002 1) Loyalists to Canada (The 1783 Settlement of Quakers and Others At Passamaquoddy), by
Theodore C. Holmes, Picton Press, 1992
2) Passamaquoddy (Genealogies of West Isles Families), by Martha Ford Barto, Lingley Printing Co., Ltd., 1975 (Click here for Surnames before asking for a lookup.)