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Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada



 


Notes: Located at the mouth of the St. Croix River, on a peninsula projecting into Passamaquoddy Bay: Saint Andrews Parish, Charlotte County: formerly named Qunnnoskwamk'ook: William Francis Ganong identified this name as the Maliseet word for "long gravel bar": renamed by a French missionary who landed here on St. Andrews Day: settled by Penobscot Loyalists in 1783: PO St. Andrews from about 1829: in 1898 St. Andrews was a seaport and a port of entry, terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway and a farming and fishing community with 1 post office, 20 stores, 3 hotels, 2 fish curing establishments, 1 boat-building operation, 5 churches and a population of about 1,800: St. Andrews was a resort destination and was incorporated as a town in 1903.
City/Town : Latitude: 45.0738432, Longitude: -67.05308969999999


Birth

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 DIXON, John Weldon  12 Feb 1828Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada I31884
2 LANDRY, Hypolite  1856Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada I6772
3 MCSTAY, William Francis  28 Aug 1864Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada I70860

Died

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 GOUGH, Kathleen Lydia B.Sc.  27 Jul 2014Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada I72509
2 HOW, Douglas George  17 Jul 2001Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada I2582
3 SMITH, William Rev.  1862Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada I6406

Buried

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Buried    Person ID 
1 CHAPMAN, Edna Marion  Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada I15141

Married

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   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 DIXON / FRENCH  10 Apr 1850Saint Andrews, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada F11926