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What's New Online for St. Andrews Parish

DATE DESCRIPTION
2009 Census - Off-site Link to Images of 1891 census
Church/Cemeteries: Off-site Link for History of Greenock Church and includes a list of Surnames mentioned in the book; 1 new interment in St. Andrews RC Cemetery;5 interments at St. John's Chapel of Ease Cemetery; 5 interments St. Andrews Rural Cemetery
Vitals: 33 Obits
Aug 2008 35 obits
General Housekeeping
Jan 2008 PAGAN Surname -courtesy of Cleadie Barnett
Roy Fraser ARMSTRONG & Dennis DAWSON - off site link to biography
Minister's Island - off site link
James McDowell
50 obits
New Interments: 2 interments in Catholic Cemetery; 1 interment Chapel of Ease Cemetery; 12 interments in St. Andrews Rural Cemetery
Off-site links to St. Andrews municipal websites
Off-site links to Charlotte County Archives, NB Genealogical Society, Passamaquoddy Region Bibliography
Off-site link to Census Images
Jan 2007 Old Loyalist Burying Ground, Section B Photo #89 link-courtesy of Carl Stymiest
Off-site link to
STYMIEST genealogy -courtesy of Carl Stymiest
New Photos in All Saint Anglican Church --courtesy of Carl Stymiest
Irish Immigrants to St. Andrews 1818 - courtesy of Bill Tufts
Pastors of St. Andrews Catholic Church - courtesy of Tracey Lewis
Plat of St. Anrews -courtesy of Tom Moffatt
44 Obituaries and new interments in St. Andrews Rural, St. Andrews New Catholic & St. John's Chapel of Ease
MAY 2006 1911 Census, Surnames listing
MAY 2005 Major housekeeping on site
Babcocks of St. Andrews - courtesy of Heather Chevalier
Johnston & Craig Family Genealogy - External Link courtesy of Craig Johnston
Fort Tipperary, Ministers Island update -a brief history
Archive Hours for the Summer of 2005
Grist Mills of Charlotte County - External site link courtesy of Charlene Beney
7 photos of the Old Gaol
Cemeteries: St. Andrews Rural Cemetery:13 tombstone photos and 4 obits in Sections C1, A & A1 & GPS Coordinates- courtesy of Dorene Bartlett & Marilyn Strout
St. Andrews New Catholic Cemetery: Layout & 209 photos & 3 obits to & GPS Coordinates- courtesy of Dorene Bartlett & Marilyn Strout
St. John's Chapel of Ease Cemetery: GPS Coordinates & 142 tombstone photos, layout & 4 new interments + 4 plaques on Memorial Wall added - courtesy of Marilyn Strout
15 deaths
Images: 8 new photos added (old postcards)
1871 Census Division 2 (Page 6 missing)
OCT 2004 Housekeeping being done.....some links/images may not work
1 Oct 2002 Marilyn Strout took over as Parish Coordinator - Thanks Cleadie!
Historic Houses in St. Andrews, The Tides Institute External Link
Edward Mitchell Bannister | External Links to his art & biography - courtesy of Craig Walsh
Cato Street Conspirator Springate and his connection to St. Andrews - courtesy of Dan Johnson
Kilmarnock Head - description of area - courtesy of Dan Johnson
Jan-Feb 2002 Added scanned census records for 1901 St Andrews Div. I & II
Rest just housekeeping - corrected two church photos that were reversed (Anglican & Baptist) and added "targets" to church photo links so pictures would show in a separate window without the frame at top. Also corrected broken links and donors name for cemeteries.
7-9 Oct 2001 New Coordinator took over this site (Cleadie B. Barnett, replacing Marilyn Strout)
Added church photos & tombstone photo from Anglican Church, St Andrews (combined a couple already on site)
Moved church photo from Images to the Church Page
Began a cosmetic update of all pages
Added NB Counties & Parishes map
23 Jul 2001 1799 newspaper article about a boat accident    - courtesy of Betty
Images from Church of England Burying Ground - courtesy of Jo-Ann Croft
New Search Engine and searching hints
New Web Ring - Discover New Brunswick Genealogy
New Counter
Corrected broken links
23 Mar 2001 Off site Link under Family Genealogies:  Babcock Family 
19 Jan 2001 New Search Engine
1871 Census -courtesy of NB Genealogical Society, Charlotte Branch
8 Sept 2000 Photo of Greenock Church 
1 Aug 2000 Photo & History of Chapel of Ease in Chamcook, NB (under Churches)
New Category . . . Images
1881 Division 2 Census Transcription  (under Census)
Population of St. Andrews Parish for the period 1824-1941 (under Census)
* * * Off-site links corrected to reflect new site. . .  (See * * * on 10 May Update
10 May 2000 We moved to our own space on RootsWeb Server 
Added Description of Charlotte County Parishes with links
St. George Anglican Church Baptisms of St. Andrews residents 
More details on the Catholic Church in St. Andrews
Added a What's New (This!) Page
* * * Links to the Following Data off site......
Passamaquoddy Loyalists, Cape Ann's Association 1785
Royal Fencible American Regiment List - July 1784
Return of Persons who have Lands located to them on Schodiack River above the Glebe, 10 May 1785
Scotch Emigrants - 1804 Account of Money paid by John Campbell to 25 Families of Scotch Emigrants who arrived at St Andrews and settled in Charlotte County. November 1804.
English Immigrants to the St. Andrews Road 1837 
Emigrant Poor - St Andrews 1842
Emigrant Poor - St Andrews 1841
Brigg "William Henry" to St Andrews 1827 SICK EMIGRANTS from the Brig WILLIAM HENRY To the Parish of Saint Andrews, DRS
Passengers Aboard "Robert Watt" to St Andrews 1837
Post War Settlement Settlers at Passamaquoddy 1784
15 Mar 2000 Link to St. Andrews Block House
16 Dec 1999 Robert Pagan, Industrialist of St. Andrews -courtesy of Mitch Bigger
4 Dec 1999 Parish Map Added   -courtesy of Arnie Krause
List of Villages in St.Andrews Parish
 2 Dec 1999 74th Regiment present at St. Andrews, Nova Scotia (not a misprint!) May 24, 1784 - courtesy of R.Wallace Hale
Greenoch Presbyterian Cemetery
Old Anglican Cemetery
Old Roman Catholic Graveyard
1 Nov 1999 Created these pages!

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