Saint Patrick Parish GenWeb
Bibliography & References
Last Updated 25 Mar 2001

This page is a central list of references for the Saint Patrick Parish GenWeb site. Some of the items are hard to find, so I will try to name the archives or libraries that hold them. Off-site links will open in a new window.
  1. ---- The Ancestors and Some of the Descendants of John Hanson of Bocabec. Hanson Family Binder, Charlotte County Archives, St. Andrews, N. B.

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  3. Acheson, T. W. Denominationalism in a Loyalist County: A Social History of Charlotte. UNB MA Thesis.1964.

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  5. Atkinson, Rev. Christopher. The Emigrant's Guide to New Brunswick, British North America. (1st Ed.). Berwick-upon-Tweed. 1842. CIHM microfiche 28523

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  7. Berton, George F. S. The Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick from the Twenty Sixth Year of the Reign of King George the Third to the Sixth Year of the Reign of King William the Fourth. Revised and Corrected, with Notes and an Index. John Simpson, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. Fredericton, 1838. Available at the Bora Laskin Law Library, U of T.

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  9. Bird, J. A. T. (ed.) Hutchinson's New Brunswick Directory for 1867-68. (also 1865-66). J. A. T. Bird, St. John, N. B. and John Lovell, Printer, Montreal. CIHM microfiche A00713.

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  11. Brebner, J. B. Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia. Russel & Russel, NY. 1937, reprinted 1970. p 120

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  13. Burke, K. B. S. and Stringer, P. A search for neotectonic features in the Passamaquoddy Bay region, southwestern New Brunswick.  Geological Survey of Canada Paper 93-1D. Current Research Part D. Eastern Canada and National and General Programs. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada. Ottawa. 1993. pp 93-102.

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  15. Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (CIHM). The CIHM is a non-profit organization that has produced an amazing collection of microfiched Canadiana that is conveniently available at many libraries across Canada including U of T, UNB, Acadia and Dalhousie, just to name a few. An index is available through the University of New Brunswick.

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  17. Crossby, P. A. (ed.) Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America. Lovell Printing and Publishing Company. Montreal and Rouse's Point, N. Y. 1877. Available at the U of T Map Library.

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  19. Danby, Nancy Vardon. "Robert Vardon: Our First Canadian Ancestor." Generations: The journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society. Vol. 18, No. 3 (issue 69), Fall 1996, pp 47 - 49.

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  21. Davis, Harold A. An International Community on the St. Croix (1604-1930). University of Maine Studies, Second Series, No. 64. 1950, reprinted 1974. pp 34 - 35

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  23. Ganong, W. F. “A Dictionary of the Place-Names of New Brunswick” in “A Monograph of the Place-nomenclature of the Province of New Brunswick.” Proc. Trans. Roy. Soc. Can. 2nd Series, Vol II (1896), Sec II. p221

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  25. Ganong, W. F. “An Organization of the Scientific Investigation of the Indian Place-nomenclature of the Maritime Provinces of Canada (Third Paper).” Proc. Trans. Roy. Soc. Can. 3rd Series, Vol VII (1913), Sec II. pp 89-91

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  27. Hamilton, William B. The Macmillan Book of Canadian Place Names. Macmillan. Toronto. 1978. p84

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  29. Hamilton, William B. Place Names of Atlantic Canada. University of Toronto Press. Toronto. 1996. p53

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  31. Hanson, D. G. Scrapbook. PANB microfilm F69.

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  33. Holt, Annie M. The Memoirs of Annie M. Holt and the People of Bocabec, Past and Present. New Brunswick Historical Society. 1968

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  35. Howe, Jonas. Letters and Documents Relating to the History and Settlement of the Island of Grand Manan, Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society, Vol 1., No. 3 (1897), pp 356 - 358

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  37. Jones, Leonard C. The Atlantic Gazetteer and Industrial Directory of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. L. C. Jones. Moncton. 1939.

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  39. Kinnear, W. B. (ed.) The Local and Private Statutes of New Brunswick. (Vol. III of a series of consolidated statutes) J. Simpson, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. Fredericton. 1855.

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  41. Lovell, John. Lovell's Province of New Brunswick Directory for 1871. John Lovell. Montreal. 1871.

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  43. Matthew, G. F. "Discoveries at a Village of the Stone Age at Bocabec." Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick. No. III (1884). pp7-29. Republished in No. X (1892). pp 2-29. CIHM microfiche A00549.

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  45. McAlpine. McAlpine's Charlotte County Directory, 1886-87. G. W. Day. Saint John. c1887. CIHM microfiche A02204.

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  47. McAlpine. McAlpine's Gazetteer and Guide for the Maritime Provinces, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island. (McAlpine's Maritime Gazetteer). G. W. Day. Saint John, N.B. 1892. CIHM microfiche 29888.

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  49. McAlpine. McAlpine's Maritime and Newfoundland Gazetteer for Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and the Island of Newfoundland. McAlpine Directory Co. Saint John, N.B. 1898. CIHM microfiche A00533.

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  51. McAlpine. McAlpine's Gazetteer of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. (McAlpine's Atlantic Gazetteer). Royal Print & Litho Ltd. Halifax. 1919.

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  53. McCullough, Doris. “Father of Late British Premier was Ordained in Bocabec Church: Other Facts of Interest Revealed in History of Settlement . . .”Saint Croix Courier. St. Stephen, N. B. 29 May 1930. p. 1.

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  55. MacNutt, W. S. New Brunswick: A History, 1784 - 1867. Macmillan of Canada. Toronto.1963.

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  57. Medcof, J. C. "Woe Onto You Ye Bocabecers!". Collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society. No. 19 (1966). pp 94 - 104. Also Contributions from the Charlotte County Historical Society. No. 14 (1964).

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  59. Moore, John Bassett (ed.) International Adjudications. Modern Series, Vol 1 (Saint Croix River Arbitration, Vol 1).Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Oxford University Press, New York. 1929.

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  61. New Brunswick. Acts of the General Assembly of Her Majesty's Province of New Brunswick, Passed in the Months of March, April, and May, 1856. J. Simpson, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, Fredericton. 1856.

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  63. Rayburn, Alan. Geographical names of New Brunswick. Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names. Surveys and Mapping Branch. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources. Ottawa. 1975. p58

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  65. Raymond, W. O. (ed.) Winslow Papers: 1776 - 1826. New Brunswick Historical Society and the Sun Printing Company Ltd, Saint John, N. B. 1901. Should be available in any decent collection of New Brunswick material. Robarts Library at U of T has a copy.

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  67. Rees, Ronald. Some other place ... than here: St. Andrews and the Irish Emigrant. New Ireland Press. Fredericton. 2000.

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  69. Van Wagoner, N. A.  et. al. Physical volcanology, stratigraphy, and depositional setting of the Middle Paleozoic volcanic and sedimentary rocks of Passamquoddy Bay, southwestern New Brunswick. Geological Survey of Canada Paper 91-14. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada. Ottawa. 1994

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  71. Van Wagoner, N. A. and Fay, V. K. Stratigraphy and volcanology of a portion of the Lower Devonian volcanic rocks of southwestern New Brunswick. Geological Survey of Canada Paper 88-1B. Current Research Part B. Eastern and Atlantic Canada. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada. Ottawa. pp 69-78. 1988

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