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We assembled the following links to help those interested in their New Brunswick ancestors to quickly find websites of interest. Many of the people who first settled in New Brunswick had family that left for other parts of North America and the world. As a consequence, you will find the links are not limited to New Brunswick alone. Many come from members who have found them to be helpful in their quest for their own ancestors. Your contributions are welcome – please submit them by email to webmanager@nbgs.ca
 
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[Located in Category: Military]
The War of 1812 was a seminal event in the making of the great country of Canada. Events surrounding the 1812-15 armed conflict laid the foundation for Confederation and established the cornerstones of many of our political institutions. In short, the Canada we know today would not exist had the invasions of 1812-15 not been repelled.
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The goal of this database is to list, in one location, the names of the soldiers in British Regiments of Foot that were Killed, Died or Deserted during the War of 1812.
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The winter march of New Brunswick’s 104th Regiment of Foot The St. John River Society and its many partners along the St. John River comemorate the epic winter march of New Brunswick’s 104th Regiment of Foot and the story of the 600 men who marched from Fredericton, New Brunswick to Kingston, Ontario in the winter of 1813.
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This website attempts to identify the dates and deployments of various British military units prior to 1870 within Canada and elsewhere in the western hemisphere.
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The War of 1812 Privateers Website The goal of this site is to provide research sources for the study of privateering during the War of 1812.
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Papers of the Department of State, 1789-1815 [microform] (1964) Reel 1. Letters received concerning letters of marque, 1812-14. Letters received regarding enemy aliens, 1812-14 – Reel 2. U.S. Marshals' returns of enemy aliens and prisoners of war, 1812-15 (Part I) – Reel 3. U.S. Marshals' returns of enemy aliens and prisoners of war, 1812-15 (Part II) – Reel 4. Requests for permission to sail from the United States, 1812-14. Passenger lists of outgoing vessels, 1812-14
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Seamen's Protection Certificate Register Database. A database of over 31,000 certificates granted to US sailors in Massachusetts and Connecticut between 1796 and 1871. The purpose of these Certificates were to prevent impressment of American citizens into the British Navy. Many of these sailors were born in British Colonies but had taken out U.S. citizenship.
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National Society United States Daughters of 1812 The United States Daughters of 1812 is a non-profit women's service organization for descendants of patriots who aided the American cause in the War of 1812.
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Military Resources: War of 1812 Resources at National Archives Records Administration (United States) Genealogical records of the War of 1812 War of 1812 Discharge Certificates Genealogical Fallout of the War of 1812 Records of impressed seaman 1793-1814
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The South African War (1899-1902) or, as it is also known, the Boer War, marked Canada's first official dispatch of troops to an overseas war.
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Over 600,000 men and women enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) during the First World War (1914-1918) as soldiers, nurses and chaplains. The CEF database is an index to those service files, which are held by Library and Archives Canada.
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This database contains the digitised War Diaries of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) units.
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The Commonwealth War Graves Commission ensures that 1.7 million people who died in the two world wars will never be forgotten.
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The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.
[Located in Category: Military]
Library and Archives Canada’s mandate is to To preserve the documentary heritage of Canada for the benefit of present and future generations;
[Located in Category: Archives ]
The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick collects, preserves, and makes available for research, documents and records bearing upon the history of New Brunswick.
[Located in Category: Archives ]
The Nova Scotia Archives (NSA) acquires, preserves and makes available the province's documentary heritage
[Located in Category: Archives ]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites for New Brunswick]
[Located in Category: Genweb Sites for Canada]
The Provincial Archives of Alberta (PAA) preserves the collective memory of Alberta, and contributes to the protection of Albertans' rights and the sense of the Alberta identity.
[Located in Category: Archives ]
All Area Codes is your resource for looking up information about area codes and phone numbers in the white pages.
[Located in Category: Maps]
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If your deceased relative was a Barnardo’s boy or girl, whether in the UK or as part of migrations to Australia or Canada, we could help you trace information about them and their life in Barnardo’s.
[Located in Category: Home Children]
This is a listing of records of children's homes administered by Birmingham City Council. Middlemore Children’s home records are included in this collection.
[Located in Category: Home Children]
[Located in Category: United Empire Loyalist ]
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The BC Archives is the archives of the Government of British Columbia, and provides research access to records of enduring value to the province for both the provincial government and public researchers.
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[Located in Category: Genweb Sites for Canada]
[Located in Category: Home Children]
[Located in Category: Home Children]
[Located in Category: Genweb Sites for Canada]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites for New Brunswick]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites for New Brunswick]
The Child Migrants Trust was established in 1987 by Margaret Humphreys CBE, OAM; a Nottinghamshire Social Worker. It addresses the issues surrounding the deportation of children from Britain. In the post-war period, child migrants as young as three were shipped to Canada, New Zealand, the former Rhodesia and Australia, a practice that continued as late as 1970.
[Located in Category: Home Children]
This historical map collection has over 33,000 maps and images online. The collection focuses on rare 18th and 19th century North American and South American maps and othe cartographic materials. Historic maps of the World, Europe, Asia and Africa are also represented.
[Located in Category: Maps]
Genealogy in the Bathurst New Brunswick
[Located in Category: Family Websites]
[Located in Category: Family Websites]
[Located in Category: Military]
This website has been designed and published by John Munro, for the benefit of others who are trying to trace their American GI fathers or family.
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[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites for New Brunswick]
[Located in Category: Historical Societies & Museums]
A list by state of historical United States newspapers available online at no cost
[Located in Category: Newspapers]
[Located in Category: Starting A Family History]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites for New Brunswick]
[Located in Category: GenWeb Sites for New Brunswick]
Library and Archives Canada holds multiple records in different series regarding the Home Children who were sent to Canada from Britain between 1869-1930.
[Located in Category: Home Children]
We research local records and records at other New Brunswick repositories. For research in Nova Scotia and in Prince Edward Island we use the services of private researchers who are certified and experienced. For more than twenty years LIFELINES Genealogy Research has served in multiple research areas.
[Located in Category: Genealogy Research Services]