New Brunswick Goals:  1: Research and Records   2: Archives and Libraries   3: Vital and Census Records   4: Church and Cemetery Records   5: Emigration and Immigration   6: Probate, Land and Court   7: Maps and Gazetteers   8: Newspapers   9: Websites   10: Search Records   11: Get Help  






Canada—New Brunswick

Explore research in New Brunswick.


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Goal 1: Learn about New Brunswick research and records.


Choices:

A. Get started with research for your New Brunswick ancestors.

  1. Learn about finding your ancestors in New Brunswick.
    FS Wiki:—New Brunswick—Finding Your Ancestors
  2. Explore resources for New Brunswick research on Ancestry.
    AC—New Brunswick Resources
  3. Use the New Brunswick Record Selection Table to decide on records to search.
    FS—New Brunswick Record Selection Table





Goal 2: Learn about New Brunswick archives and libraries.


Choices:

A. Learn about New Brunswick archives and libraries.

  1. Learn about New Brunswick archives and libraries in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
    FS—Wiki: New Brunswick Archives and Libraries
  2. Explore additional links for New Brunswick archives and New Brunswick libraries.


B. Learn about New Brunswick city directories.

  1. Learn about New Brunswick city directories in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
    FS—Wiki: New Brunswick Directories


Goal 3: Learn about New Brunswick vital and census records.


Choices:

A. Learn about New Brunswick vital and birth records.

  1. Learn about New Brunswick vital records in this article.
    FS—Wiki: New Brunswick Vital Records
  2. Learn more about New Brunswick vital records in this article from FamilyHistoryAlive.
    New Brunswick Vital Records: Births, Marriages, and Deaths
  3. Search for vital records on the New Brunswick Government Archives site.
  4. Explore additional links for New Brunswick birth, marriage, and death records.
  5. Learn about adoption records on the OriginsCanada site.

B. Explore New Brunswick death records.

  1. Explore death record resources on the Death Indexes site.
  2. Explore New Brunswick obituaries on the In Memoriam site.

C. Explore New Brunswick census records.

  1. Get an overview of New Brunswick censuses in this article.
    FS—New Brunswick Census
  2. Explore the MyFreeCensus site for New Brunswick state and county census records.
  3. Explore additional links for New Brunswick census records.


Goal 4: Learn about New Brunswick church and cemetery records.


Choices:

A. Learn about New Brunswick church records.

  1. Get an overview of New Brunswick church records in this article.
    FS—New Brunswick Church Records
  2. Explore additional links for New Brunswick church records.

B. Explore New Brunswick cemetery records.

  1. Explore New Brunswick cemetery records in this article.
    FS—New Brunswick Cemetery Records
  2. Browse the Interment.net site for New Brunswick cemetery records.
  3. Browse the I Dream of Genealogy site for New Brunswick cemetery records.
  4. Explore additional links for New Brunswick cemetery records.
  5. Search the FindaGrave site for cemetery records.
  6. Search the BillionGraves site for cemetery records.


Goal 5: Learn about New Brunswick emigration and immigration.


Choices:

A. Learn about New Brunswick emigration and immigration.

  1. Learn about New Brunswick emigration and immigration in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
    FS—Wiki: New Brunswick Emigration and Immigration
  2. Explore additional links for New Brunswick immigration.


Goal 6: Learn about New Brunswick probate and land records.


Choices:

A. Learn about New Brunswick probate and land records.

  1. Learn about New Brunswick probate records in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
    FS—Wiki: New Brunswick Probate Records
  2. Learn about New Brunswick land and property records.
    FS—New Brunswick Land and property Records
  3. Learn about New Brunswick land grants.
    New Brunswick Land Grants
  4. Explore additional links for New Brunswick land records.


Goal 7: Learn about New Brunswick maps and gazetteers.


Choices:

A. Explore New Brunswick maps and gazetteers.

  1. Explore the David Rumsey collection of New Brunswick maps.
  2. Explore the Perry-Castaneda site for maps of New Brunswick (search for New Brunswick on the page).
  3. Explore historical New Brunswick maps on the Historic Map Works site. Select North America, Canada, and New Brunswick in the drop-down menus.







Goal 8: Learn about New Brunswick newspapers.


Choices:

A. Learn about New Brunswick newspapers.

  1. Learn about New Brunswick newspapers in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
    FS—Wiki: New Brunswick Newspapers

B. Explore New Brunswick newspapers.

  1. Search New Brunswick newspapers in the onlinenewspapers.com site.
  2. Search New Brunswick newspapers in the world-newspapers.com site.
  3. Search New Brunswick newspapers in the ABYZ News Link site.
  4. Explore New Brunswick newspaper resources on the Ancestor Hunt site.


Goal 9: Explore additional websites for research.


Choices:

A. There are a number of websites with valuable resources for New Brunswick research.

  1. Explore links on the CanGenealogy site.
  2. Explore links in Cyndi's List.
  3. Explore links in Kindred Trails.
  4. Explore links in GenealogyLinks.net.


Goal 10: Search records from New Brunswick.


Choices:

A. Use the QUIKLinks (top of page) to quickly search record collections and website links for New Brunswick.

Note: To search records on these sites, you must be registered or be at a FamilySearch Center.

B. Explore additional record collections.

  1. Explore the FamilySearch page for online genealogy records.
  2. Explore additional record collections in Ancestry.
  3. Explore additional record collections in Findmypast.
  4. Explore additional record collections in MyHeritage.


Goal 11: Get help with your New Brunswick research.


Choices:

A. Use Facebook pages to get answers to your questions.

  1. Visit the New Brunswick Genealogy page on Facebook.
  2. Visit the Bathurst New Brunswick Genealogy page on Facebook.
  3. Find additional Facebook pages for New Brunswick genealogy on the Genealogy on Facebook site.

B. Join a mailing list or message board for New Brunswick research.

  1. Join the RootsChat forum and post questions about New Brunswick research.
  2. Search the RootsWeb site for New Brunswick research mailing lists.
  3. Explore the New Brunswick research mailing lists on Cyndi's List.

C. Learn about New Brunswick genealogy societies.

  1. Learn about genealogy societies in New Brunswick in this FamilySearch Wiki article.
    FS—Wiki: New Brunswick Societies
  2. Explore New Brunswick genealogy society sites on Cyndi's list.