From the NB GenWeb Provincial Co-ordinator
THIS SITE IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!!!
Bob Sweet has decided it is time for him to step aside to devote his time to
other projects. Many thanks go out to him from all Albert County researchers
for his maintaining of this site.
If you want to become a part of the NB GenWeb team, I urge you to
Type at ya later.
Todd Gilbert :^)
- Important Notice
wish to inform visitors that I have decided to not accept any further
Albert County queries. It has come to my attention that the
Rootsweb organization has started a similar service - one that will
provide a Board for every county in New Brunswick including Albert
County. Other NB GenWeb hosts are doing the
same so I would encourage you to please post your queries at the following
- For the time being,
I will leave your old queries posted here but encourage you to please
consider placing them on the Rootsweb site. Once that is done,
please let me know so that I can delete your queries from my pages.
view queries placed by other researchers,
on the first letter of your surname interest from the hyper-linked letters below:
- Family Reunions
- Updated Announcements of upcoming
of reunions already held:
Homepages with Albert Co.
Roots See if you have common
ancestors with these family web page owners. Find
such names as Akerley, Cairns, Steeves, McKinley,
Rossiter, Beck, Douthrite, Jonah, King, Leaman,
Lutz, Mitton, Smith, Snowdon, Sweet, Wilbur and
New Entry - Cemetery
Resource Lookup service now
available. These kind people have
offered to do name lookups in books and material
they own. Do you own a book(s) that you would be
willing to help researchers with by doing lookups
for them? Check out this link.
Links to Interesting Sites (not associated with this
Albert Co. GenWeb page)
A great place
to find NB and Albert Co. resources NB Gen Links -
Researching New Brunswick... start here!
Village of Alma,
New Brunswick, Canada
Heritage Resources A terrific site under the
heading Heritage Resouces, Saint John. Learn about the infamous
mineral "Albertite", the battle for its
mining rights, and its use leading to the
invention of kerosene. The story includes
scandal, name calling, and a host of colorful
characters, including the world renown geologist
Canada has a database of unclaimed bank
account balances from Canadian banks. Did you
forget to close out your accounts when you moved?
Find out how to claim that balance!
Remembrance contain the names of
Canadians who fought in wars and died either
during or after them.
BostonStatesindex The Boston States
Migration Page. Resources to track families
migrating between the Canadian Eastern Provinces,
New England and New York through the centuries.
Commonwealth War Graves
Commission This commerative site
contains the names of those who died in WWI and
WWII while a member of the armed forces of a
British Commonwealth country. A wonderful piece
of work and one truly worth visiting.
If you think
of a friend who could benefit from the Albert County GenWeb
"PASS-IT-ON" button and send them this page's URL.
take a minute to view our
others know you are researching someone in Albert County.
This page last
updated 16 March, 2002
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