Saint John County Records

Saint John County GenWeb

NBGS - Saint John Branch

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Births & Baptisms
1826-1882 Baptisms (Carter/Lisson Family Page)
Baptisms for St. George's Anglican Church in Saint John (Carleton), St. John County, New Brunswick.



Cemeteries
Saint John County Cemeteries (NB Cemetery Project)
Comprehensive directory containing location info & links to online/offline data for all cemeteries in Saint John County, New Brunswick.
PANB Cemetery Database (Provincial Archives of NB)
Searchable database of cemetery transcriptions for Saint John County, New Brunswick.

Black River Cemeteries (Saint John County GenWeb)
Headstone transcriptions for St. Thomas Anglican, Black River United & St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemeteries in Black River, Saint John County, New Brunswick.
Dipper Harbour Anglican Church Cemetery (Saint John County GenWeb)
Greenwood Cemetery (Saint John County GenWeb)
Headstone transcriptions for Greenwood Cemetery in Saint John, St. John County, New Brunswick. Contains the records from 1869-1921 (missing 1897-1910).
Lorneville Cemeteries (Saint John County GenWeb)
Headstone transcriptions for Lorneville & Sea View Cemeteries in Lorneville, Saint John County, New Brunswick.
McCumber Hill Cemeteries (Saint John County GenWeb)
Headstone transcriptions for Cemetery in St. Martins, Saint John County, New Brunswick.
Mispec Cemeteries (Saint John County GenWeb)
Headstone transcriptions for Mispec & McKee Cemeteries in Mispec, Saint John County, New Brunswick.
South Musquash Baptist Church Cemetery (Saint John County GenWeb)
St. Ann's Aglican Church Cemetery (Saint John County GenWeb)
Headstone transcriptions for cemetery in Musquash, Saint John County, New Brunswick.

Census
New Brunswick Census: Central Access (NB GenWeb)
Comprehensive one-page approach to all census information for New Brunswick, its lands prior to formation of the Province & its once-disputed border areas.

Churches
Saint John County Churches (New Brunswick's Past)
Contains links to websites and online data for the churches of Saint John County, New Brunswick.

Deaths, Obituaries & Probates
Obituaries (Brenan`s [Bay View] Funeral Home)
Recent obituaries (search available for older ones) for Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick & surrounding area.
Obituaries (Brenan`s Select Funeral Home)
Recent obituaries (search available for older ones) for Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick & surrounding area.
Obituaries (Fitzpatrick Funeral Home)
Recent obituaries for Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick & surrounding area.
Saint John Burial Permits 1889-1919 (Provincial Archives of NB)
Contains data for all Saint John deaths in the given years. Index includes the name of the deceased, age, the date of death, place of birth, burial permit reference, and the microfilm F-number.

Deeds, Directories & Land Grants
1870-71 McAlpine's Maritime Provinces Directory - Saint John County (Our Roots)
List of names, professions and addresses of Saint John County, New Brunswick residents.
1870-71 McAlpine's Maritime Provinces Directory - Saint John City (Our Roots)
List of names, professions and addresses of Saint John County, New Brunswick residents.
1870-71 McAlpine's Maritime Provinces Directory - Saint John Business (Our Roots)
List of names, professions and addresses of Saint John County, New Brunswick residents.
1870-71 McAlpine's Maritime Provinces Directory - Portland (Our Roots)
List of names, professions and addresses of Saint John County, New Brunswick residents.
1783 Loyalist Settlers in Conway Township (I Dream of Genealogy)
List of Loyalist settlers in Conway Township.

Marriages
Saint John Marriages in 1845 (I dream of Genealogy)
Some marriages as found in the Saint John newspapers for Saint John County, New Brunswick.

Military Services

Tax, Voter & Misc Lists
1840 Acts of the General Assembly of New Brunswick: CAP LIX || CAP LX (Marlene's Heritage - People and Places)
An Act to appropriate a part of the public revenue for New Brunswick county services. Many names and locations listed.
Wiggins Male Orphans Institution/Stephen Wiggins Home for Boys: 1867-1982
The instituation was established in 1867 to care for male orphan and destitute male, fatherless children born in Saint John County, New Brunswick. It closed in 1982. The site contains a brief history, photos and a roll call of the many institution residents between 1876 and 1963.