Last Updated 3 Sep 2001
The following villages, areas and geographic features are located in Saint Patrick Parish. If you see one missing, please drop me a note. The links on this page are limited to information on placenames and entries from gazetteers. For information on the actual history of these places, see the History page. The Boundaries page describes the legal boundaries of Saint Patrick and discusses its islands.
Charlotte County Geographical
There is a master list of Charlotte County place names on the central Charlotte County GenWeb site.
Canadian Geographical Names:
The Geographical Names Board of Canada maintains a database of officially approved Canadian place names. The Board falls under Natural Resources Canada.(1).
The Canadian government produces an excellent series of high quality topographic maps at a scale of 1:50 000 with 10 metre contour intervals. Individual houses, churches, schools and cemeteries are also marked in rural areas (which is all of Saint Patrick Parish), although some do get missed. For more information, see the Centre for Topographic Information, which is part of Natural Resources Canada.(1)
Saint Patrick Parish is unfortunately situated
right on one of the grid intersections, so four maps are needed
for full coverage. The map numbers and names are:
|NTS Maps Covering Saint Patrick Parish|
|Other Areas Covered|
George, Blacks Harbour, Pennfield, Lepreau
Saint Andrews, Saint Stephen
much of Saint David, Saint James and Dumbarton parishes
northern parts of Saint George, Pennfield, Clarendon
1. Note: The links
to these government websites are provided for convenience only.
The departments have no financial association with this site or
the Canada GenWeb Project.
Modified on 21 Oct 2000:
Clarified Big Bay, Bocabec Bay, and Bocabec Cove.
Removed on 21 Oct 2000:
Bonny River (is part of Saint George Parish).
Lang Island (was typo for Long Island).
Kilmarnock Head (is part of Saint Andrews Parish).