Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada - General Index
Albert Co., New Brunswick, Canada

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  • Beginnings | A collection of gathered materials on individuals and families. Unproven - a place to start.
LOCAL HISTORIES: - See the Albert County GenWeb site for Cemetery, Church and Marriage Records, as well as numerous other Albert County items.
PARISHES: Albert County was erected out of Westmorland County in 1845. Two of the original parishes of Westmorland County fell within its lines. Salisbury - 1787 erected in Westmorland County and extended into what is now Albert County, included Elgin and part of Alma. Salisbury is not now in Albert. Hopewell was also erected as part of Westmorland Co.
PHOTOS:camera.gifThose linked with this camera must be contacted before use, as photos are copyrighted to the photographer(s) and cannot be used without persmission. All others may be freely used with credit to the photographer.
  • Church Photos - see separate listing The listings on that page will try and identify all churches in this county. It will then list links to photos of the churches, either as new photos, or as links to photos on another site. For records for some of the Churches listed - see the County Guides from the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

  • Began: July  2000
    Updated: Friday, 29-Nov-2002 12:26:14 MST