Welcome to Sunbury County
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Sunbury County is located along the Saint John
River and was created in 1786
Here are some of the its Parishes and the year they were established
Gladstone 1874 Northfield 1857
This page was last updated October 2007
Can you help Identify this photo?
Can you help Identify this photo?
|These two photos were sent in by Debra Carson. Info re the photos: The first one I believe may be Margaret Morrison and Fr. J. MacCarthy, but I am not sure. The second one may, in fact be the same lady as in the first photo, but unfortunately all relatives have long passed on, so I have nobody to verify with. It was taken in 1911 by Schlesinger Bros. Photography in New York. They sent them to Mrs. Ward in Saint John. ( actually I have 2 , 11 x 14 inch framed in gold gilt frames). Mrs. Ward 148 Mill St. Saint John N. B. The family of Peter Ward was listed in the Directory of Saint John in 1923 . This street was removed when the Viaduct in Saint John was built. Their neighbors were the James Quinn Family. The lady is dressed in Costume Native Attire, and she did several shots for Schlesinger Bro. Photography in New York, for a series of postcards. We were told she was a singer, but have now idea who she is other than a distant relative. Mrs. Ward gave them to my grandmother Mary Mahoney, of Rothesay, Kings County N.B. My fathers aunts were” Minni and Mammy”, the Quinn sisters from Saint John. Any help would be greatly appreciated. firstname.lastname@example.org|
Welcome to the Sunbury County web site, a site dedicated to aiding people in researching their family tree. This site is part of GenWeb, an international volunteer organization, whose goal is to aid genealogical researchers in finding resources, help, and community.
My name is Lezlie Wade Carson, and I'm the new Co-ordinator of this website. I am looking forward to adding to the information presently here and I have a few new ideas for the site. If anyone has any suggestions, please do not hesitate to email me. I am very interested in compiling as much information as possible about Sunbury County so, if you have ANY information, research, or links you are willing to share, please Contact Me!!
Note from Co-ordinator - If you notice any broken links PLEASE email me so I can fix them. Thanks!
I am very interested in compiling as much information as possible about Sunbury County so, if you have ANY information, research, or links you are willing to share, please Contact Me!!
The more people involved in making this site better, the better this site will become.
New Additions to the Sunbury County Site
Peter Patterson Family File - added November 27, 2006
Joshua Currey information - added October 29, 2006
Descendants of Mary Hackett - February 19, 2006
John Seeley Family File - August 17, 2005
Hazen Houses- August 19, 2005
Charles Hazen - Will - August 19, 2005
Estabook Family - November 20, 2005
Williams Family - November 20, 2005
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Silvanus Plumer's sawmill lease 1788 contributed by Donald C. Plummer
|Old Photos of Sunbury County||Bible Records|
|Probate and Wills||History||Misc. Records||Contact Web Coordiantor|
|Resources||Sunbury County Queries||Internet Resources for Sunbury County Researchers|
|Look Ups - If you own any Sunbury related references and willing to do lookups please let me know.||Wills||Church|
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March 10, 2007
This is a web page dedicated to the Provincial Regiment called the Prince of Wales American Volunteers who participated in the American Revolution. Some of the men who were in this regiment settled in Sunbury County.
|Updated !||James Hannay's History of New Brunswick Chapter 7 which talks a lot about Sunbury County at the time of the American Revolution - contributed by John J. Noble|
Daniel Smith Loyalist Family -
Contributed by John J. Noble
|Mystery Photos - do you have any photos that you are not sure who they are? Send the photos to me and I will post them. Many photos have been identified using this method.||Sketch of how Tories were treated in Connecticut|
Cemetery Information and Records
|Pine Grove Cemetery||Rusagonis Baptist|
|Burton Court House Cemetery||Chase Cemetery||Oromocto By-Pass Cemetery|
|Rusagonis Station Cemetery||Swan Creek Cemetery||Woodside Cemetery|