Our Ancestors of Albert County
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Homepages Links with Albert County Roots
If you have a homepage which would be of interest to Albert County researchers,
please bring it to my attention and I will provide a link from this page to yours. Please mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org the details including the URL and a brief description of the page.
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Although I regularly test my hyperlinks, I may miss some. As a special favour to me and other readers, would you please notify me of any broken links on these pages.
"NEWLY" Added Feb. 8/10
(First Families) at the
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Link to Index of / firstfamilies
"NEW" Update March
28/09 (with new link)
Walter Woodworth: b. 1619- d. 1686 of
Scituate Mass. http://www.woodworth-ancestors.com
comments or information regarding the early Massechussetts Puritan settler Walter Woodworth, the ancestor of
all known Albert County Woodworths, contact Marvin "Woody" Woodworth at email@example.com and mention this web page with your message updated March 28/09
Genealogy.com: Babcock/Sears/Hillier/Casford/Bennett/Peardon/of Atl. Canada Heather, NB Canada Tested
"NEW" Updated March 28, 2009
Arthur Owen's Genealogy Site Arthur's family interest include the names Copp, Fillmore, Steeves and Tingley. Updated
"NEWLY' Added Feb. 8/10
The Donald MacDonald Family History 1764 – 2007
Hopewell Family Histories David Christopher's Homepages Concentrating
on families of the upper Bay of Fundy,in both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick namely: Albert Co., Westmorland Co., Kings Co.
in New Brunswick and Cumberland Co., Kings Co., Annapolis Co., and Digby Co., in Nova Scotia, with a special interest in the
families of Albert County, NB. Tested March 28/09
Leaman Family History. Dan Leaman's homepage includes
references made to surnames: Leming, Leman, Lemon, Leeman, Wilson, Dryden, Lutz, Hopper, Joney, Gardner, Wilson, Wheaton,
Duthwrite, Harmer, Briggs, Ricker, Goodall, O'Brien, Day, Johnson, Berry, Gray, Taylor, MaCully, Collier, Garland, Crossman,
Sweet, Driden, Lounsbury, Keith, Thomson, Clark, Hibbert, Blanchard, Speight,.McDonald.
Tested March 28/09
"NEW" update March 28/09
Calhouns Family I would, be happy
to offer assistance to any who might be interested in the Calhouns of Albert County.
Thomas Calhoun was born 1735 in Chester
County, Pennsylvania, the son of John Cohoon, an immigrant from County Donegal, Ireland about 1714.Thomas
Calhoun was a licensed Indian Trader on the western frontier in 1760 with a trading post near Tuscarawas in present day Ohio.
He was closely associated with Fort Pitt and the Army officers
who served in that region. In 1765, Thomas went to Cumberland County, Nova Scotia (New Brunswick) to manage a large land grant
along the south bank of the Petitcodiac River in what is now Albert County, New Brunswick. He married Rachael
Peck, daughter of Abiel Peck there in 1768. Thomas and Rachael are the progenitors of hundreds of Calhoun descendants, some of whom still reside
in Albert and Westmorland Counties. In 1772, Thomas, along with one of his brothers, one of his wife's brothers, and a
couple others were drowned while loading a boat with grindstones from Grindstone Island near the mouth of the Shepody River.
Thomas is buried in Riverside Cemetery, just north of Riverside-Albert
within view of Grindstone Island.
I wrote a book about the Ancestors and Descandants
of Thomas Calhoun in 1994 and have continued to compile information about this fascinating family. I would be happy to offer
assistance to anyone researching this Calhoun family.
My email is mailto:RobertEd7568@gmail.com updated
Mitton Family, which was created as a place for
researchers of the Mitton surname to share their family information online. The site includes the Mitton lines of Albert Co.
Randall Mitton - Littleton, NH - Mito@connriver.net Tested March 28/09
"NEW" to this site March 30, 2009
One Big Circle visit almost 40,000 names in my database. I
am a descendent of the following Albert County, NB families, Clark, Crossman, Gunning, Jonah, Hoar, Lutes/Lutz,
Leaman/Leeman, Rogers, Smith, Stiles, Steeves, Virgie, Wright, Woodworth plus connecting families.
By: Michele Daniels added March 30, 2009
SMITH - Robert Ross Robert Ross Smith's homepage at Broderbund Software including the surnames Smith, Steeves, Bannister, and Harrison.
Tested March 28/09
SNOWDON FAMILY RECORD Descendants of Pickering Snowdon (1750-1830) & Dorcas Easterbrooks (1753-1827) of Sackville, New Brunswick
Compiled by Jim Snowdon Tested March 28/09
STEEVES FAMILY PAGE John Steeves' homepage. John is descended from Heinrich and Rachel Steif who settled land in the 1760's near present day
Moncton, New Brunswick. Tested March 28/09
"SITE IS CLOSED" TESTED MARCH 28/09 and this has shut down.
Does anyone know of a new link.
STEEVES FAMILY DESCENDENTS Page was created so I (Adam L. Wheaton) could have a place to showcase the inforamation I have about my ancestors.
I have a great deal of information on the Steeves portion of my ancestors so I decided to create a page where others who are
looking for info on the Steeves family can go to learn about this great family. Note: Unfortunately, this link does not appear
to be accessible to those using Microsoft Explorer as an internet browser. It apparently works fine if you are using
WILBUR BOOK PUBLICATION. Max MacDonald has produced a fine solid book .This fine book Ye Wilbours all is well researched and well
documented. These old Albert County families have numerous links into many of our local families and his book is invaluable
for all of the side branches as opportunities for research that it satisfies and opens up. Tested March
COLPITTS. I have recently created a genealogy web site for Robert John Colpitts
and related families. Robert and Margaret settled in Albert County in 1783. Tested March
WORTMAN QUARTERLY The Wortman Quarterly - A Family Newsletter by Wayne Wortman with link to the Wortman
Family History from 1766. Tested March 28/09
"SITE IS CLOSED" TESTED MARCH 28/09 and this has shut down. Does
anyone know of a new link.
BYBERRY CANADIAN WALTONS, researching the Byberry Walton Family including W. George Walton, Edwin Hazen
Walton , Joseph Harding, Jasper Harding and Bertha A. Walton all of Hopewell Cape and Riverside. Bill Walton Tested
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