Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada - General Index
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|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
Alma Parish - Set off in 1855 from Harvey.
Coverdale Parish - Set off from Hillsborough in 1828,
extended west to County line in 1845.
Elgin Parish - Set off in 1847 from Salisbury.
Harvey Parish - Set off in 1838 from Hopewell, with
additions from Saint John County, and included Alma.
Hillsborough Parish - (Erected in Westmorland County.)
Included Coverdale until 1828.
Hopewell Parish - (erected in Westmorland County)
Part of it was cut off into Saint John County by line changes, but it was
restored in 1837. That section is part of Alma Parish. Harvey was included
Some Albert County History
| by W. C. Milner
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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