was established in 1784, it was divided into eight counties. As the population grew the original counties were divided and new counties set up; the final complement is 15. These counties are subdivided into civil parishes similar to American townships. New Brunswick
is located in southeastern Albert County . It is bounded by New Brunswick , Kings and St. John and the Westmorland Counties Bay of Fundy.
Albert County was separated from Westmorland County in 1845 and includes the parishes of Hopewell and Hillsborough, (created in 1786); part of the parish of Salisbury, (created in 1787); Coverdale, (separated from Hillsborough in 1828); and Harvey, (separated from Hopewell) and a small part of St. John County in 1838. When
was formed, Albert County was erected from Elgin . Salisbury separated from Alma in 1855. Harvey
History of Albert Co. as taken from Marriage Register Albert Co. 1846-1887 by Ken Kanner and V. "Bing" Geldart.
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