New Brunswick Genealogical Society
 
Welcome to the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Inc.
 
NBGS is a non-profit organization founded in 1978 to encourage and facilitate family historical
research in New Brunswick, Canada.
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the history of New Brunswick and its people. Membership plans range from $40 to $65 per year.
 
For access to:
  • Members-only resources
  • A branch in your area of interest
  • Generations, our journal, 4x per year
 
 

 
 
Click here to view our upcoming meetings, which are held in person and on Zoom. 
 

 
 
Click here to search our collections of unique research material.
 

 
 
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5 Apr 2024: The slides from the SJ branch presentation, "How to use DNA" are now in the Knowledge Base.
 
11 Mar 2024: NBGS announces the start of a new project to index the NB Probate Records. Document scanning followed by the indexing process will begin soon. The records will be available to our members on our website once they are ready later this year. Pictured are representatives from NBGS, PANB and UNB who are working together on this project.
 
3 Mar 2024: The Spring issue of Generations is now on the website.
 
1 Mar 2024: New Knowledge Base article on genealogy resources in the State of Maine.
 
27 Jan 2024: New queries posted.
 
26 Jan 2024: Check out our scans of the SJ Branch Genealogy material at the Saint John Public Library. Find the files here.
 
1 Dec 2023: Quote from PostMedia Digital Services about the Telegraph Journal newspaper archives:  "We are working on an alternate means of hosting the digital archive and will communicate with subscribers as soon as it is ready. Rest assured; the New Brunswick archives will not be lost."
 
 
 

 
BITS 'N PIECES:
28 Feb 2024

 
Join the conversation in our Facebook Group. See what questions people are asking. View suggested resources and upcoming events. There is something for everyone.
29 Jan 2024

 
As we begin the process of moving to our new website, the Obituaries Project database will have no further updates on this site. The database will undergo a data conversion process to configure it to the new website. Transcribers are now working in a new format, but the newly entered data will not be available until the new website goes live.
13 Oct 2023

 

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Images: Big Nictau Lake, taken from Mount Carleton Provincial Park; and Head Harbour (East Quoddy) Lighthouse, Campobello Island.
 
updated Dec 2023