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New Brunswick Genealogy - Free Online Records & Databases

Search for your New Brunswick ancestors in these free online records, indexes, cemetery transcriptions, and other online databases with genealogical information pertaining to New Brunswick, Canada.

Genealogical Projects Registry: New Brunswick Births
A central registry, maintained by the Alberta Family Histories Society, which provides a bibliography of genealogy projects and sources which contain New Brunswick birth information. 

Genealogical Projects Registry: New Brunswick Census
A central registry, maintained by the Alberta Family Histories Society, which provides a bibliography of genealogy projects and sources which contain New Brunswick census information. 

Genealogical Projects Registry: New Brunswick Marriages
A central registry, maintained by the Alberta Family Histories Society, which provides a bibliography of genealogy projects and sources which contain New Brunswick marriage information. 

Genealogical Projects Registry: New Brunswick Deaths
A central registry, maintained by the Alberta Family Histories Society, which provides a bibliography of genealogy projects and sources which contain New Brunswick death information (primarily cemetery transcriptions). 

Hutchinson's Directories of New Brunswick
Two directories containing a listing of the inhabitants of the province of New Brunswick.  The first covers the years 1865-1866, and the second 1867-1868.

Index to Late Registration of Births, 1810-1904
A fully searchable online index of over 56,000 births which were registered in New Brunswick years after the original birth took place. 

Index to County Birth Registers, 1801-1899
Legislation was first passed requiring the civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths in New Brunswick on April 5, 1887.  This free, searchable database is made up of all such New Brunswick registrations found to date.

Index to Death Registration of Soldiers, 1941-1947
A searchable database of records of the deaths of New Brunswick-born World War II soldiers.  They are not complete, but are still a valuable resource with information such as date of birth, father’s name and birthplace, mother’s maiden name and birthplace, cause of death, etc.

Index to New Brunswick Death Certificates, 1920-1951
These indexes include the name of the deceased, the date of death, the county where the death occurred, the registration number of the certificate, and the microfilm F-number where you can view the original certificate.

Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926
Registration of marriages in New Brunswick began in 1887.  This is a fully searchable, online index to the marriage registrations on microfilm.

Index to Saint John Burial Permits, 1889-1919
Burial permits were issued under an order of the Board of Health for the City of Saint John to enable the Board to determine the cause of death and the possible presence of contagious diseases.

Irish Famine Migration to New Brunswick
A database of 23,318 individual records of emigrants into Saint John, New Brunswick from 1845-1852.

Land Grants of New Brunswick
Database of records of land settlement in New Brunswick for the period 1765-1900 can be searched by county or place of settlement, or the name of the primary grant holder.

Lovell's Directory 1871 - New Brunswick 
A searchable database of the New Brunswick portion of Lovell's Canadian Directory for 1871 containing the names of professional and business men and other inhabitants of the province.

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