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Albert County, New Brunswick

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WALLACE - I am looking for more information of the Wallace family.  George Wallace b: 1877 Albert County New Brunswick married Ethel Steeves 24 Dec 1900 Albert Co, NB.  they had Robert, Philip, Clark, Cerdic, Agnes, Charles, George, Marion, Nellie, and Bernice.  I would greatly appreciate help finding my ancestors.  Thank you
Tammy Wallace West

My email is  nightmarishly@itlnet.net  (10/12/2005)


WALTON - W. George Walton, m. France Caroline Hazen,

Their children were: Edwin Hazen, Jacob Walton, Alvin S., Jennett, Charles B., Gordon G., Harry.
Edwin Hazen Walton
son of W. George Walton, born 1858 died 1913 m. Mary Elizabeth Cairns born 1868, died July 04, 1927 married Nov 01, 1890.
Children: Bertha A., b. Sept 25th 1899 / Joseph Harding, b. April 23, 1893 / Jasper Harding b. April 23, 1893.

They were all from Hopewell Cape, Riverside and Alma areas.
My email is 
Bill Walton (6/9/2000)


WILBUR I have written a book called Ye Wilboures All.  This book is for sale. Please follow the email below to contact me.  Essentially, Benjamin Wilbur (1705) of Portsmouth, RI and Swansea, MA established the Wilbur family in New Brunswick - Albert County and then Westmorland and Kent Counties. .Benjamin was instrumental in establishing  Rhode Island as a separate colony from still puritan Massachussetts. Since Hezekiah Marks who came to Albert County from New England about 1830 married Hannah Marks, I also have most of these Marks descendants as well.
My email is Max McDonald (24/11/02)

WILLIAMS. Seeking information on my gggrandfather: John Williams, b. abt. 1818 Hampshire, England.  m. Milcah Hawkes 1854  Albert, County N.B. 

They had four children, 
Margaret b.1855 m.17 Aug. 1878  Charles Benjamin
Martha b.1856. 
Robert b.1858 m.21 Nov.1883 Ruth Cleveland
William S. b. 28 Aug.1863.  William moved to Portland, Maine abt. 1884-85  m. Janette Keirstead 1885.  Janette was the daughter of Thomas and Ellen (Rice) Keirstead.  My email is
Mildred Fitzsimmons. (10/03/02)


WILLIAMS.  Barbara Williams. b.? ( New Brunswick.)  I am seeking the son of Barbara Williams.  John was born Sept 11,1888 in Moncton. His father was not noted in birth records. His name was changed to John White. He  married  Clara Bishop June17, 1913 Westmorland Co. NB.
Children : Earl, George, Jack (John) June 10,1920 and Maudie.
Two of these children were registered as Leblanc by the government changing their names to the french version.

I'm tracing my g-grandmother, if indeed she was Barbara Williams at the time of giving birth to my grandfather (John Williams/ John White). His name was
changed to White some time later by his adoptive(?) parents/guardians. The family who raised my grandfather were actually named Landry ,and I suspect that he was raised in Moncton (as my father, John/Jack grew up there too). It is a bit of a mystery here.

If you have any connections , please contact. (29/5/03)

John White
720 College Mall Rd. Apt. #E8
Bloomington, Indiana. 47401 USA

I have two email addresses where I can be reached.

My emails are...  jon.white@insightbb.com    and ausjwhite@hotmail.com  (08/04/03)


WILMOT. Looking for children of Victoria Ann Stockton m Edward Allen Wilmot 12 July 1889.Children Minnie Arvilla (8 Oct 1889) Gertrude Clementine (3 Sep 1891)  Pearl (25 May 1899)  Charles , and Curtis  (22 Aug 1895)

My email is Stan Gray (17/7/00)


WOODWORTH. I am looking to discover information on the parentage of Charles Edgar WOODWORTH, b. 16 Sep 1877.  He stated his parents as Joseph W.
Woodworth and Ann(e) Clark (Clerke).  Charles married Nina Florence McFarlane in 1899 in Moncton, but both were shown as being from Hillsborough.  I need to find some way to confirm who Charles' parents were. PANB does not have birth record, nor does the Baptist archives or the Methodist archives.  Any help would be appreciated!
Kathy Evanson

My e-mail is
acorn@milwpc.com
(8/9/03)


WOODWORTH. Looking for cousins of Herbert Levi Woodworth (b. Jan 26, 1900/Hopewell Hill/Woodworth Settlement) He was the son of Amos Enos Woodworth (b. 1860) and Aleda Jane Downey (b. April 1872)

My email is Scott Woodworth-Kletke (9/9/02)


WOODWORTH. I am looking for the parents of Mary Woodworth b abt 1807, Albert  Mines, Albert, NB.
She married John Smith on 24 Dec 1833.  One known child of theirs was James W. Smith b. 18 Apr 1834 Coverdale, Albert, NB.  James married Charlotte Steeves in
1866, Albert Mines, NB. Any information on the Woodworth or Smith family would be greatly appreciated.

Look forward to hearing from you. Shirley Coneen Olfert
My email is coneen428@hotmail.com (29/5/03)


WOODWORTH. I am a descendant of the New Brunswick Woodworths who settled on the Nashwaak River valley which is only a few miles from Fredericton. My lineage is from a Joseph N Woodworth (b. 5 Oct 1797), who, I believe was the son of Leonard (b. 4 Feb 1763) who obtained a 300 acre grant in the Wakefield
Parish (around Woodstock, on the St. John River) about 60 miles above Fredericton. I currently live in the small Northern BC village of Chetwynd and don't
have access to the local NB records that I would like. I think I am related to the William (b. 1731) who went to NS, if Leonard was his son.
   My question  is: Who is the William Woodworth mentioned in the Studholme Report of July 1783 living in Newtown, NB? He stated that he had
been there for a couple of years but before that, lived at Cornwallis. He was married with 3 children and lived in a "poor log house". Is this the William
who was born in Rhode Island (or Mass.) in 1731, or was this his son William who would have been a brother to Leonard. It just so happens that Newtown
(now Fredericton North) is handy where my Joseph N raised his family. I wonder what happened to this "William" ! There was a land grant applied for, by a Giles Woodworth in 1786 for some land around Maquopit (sp?) Lake,NB. which is only about 20 miles from Fredericton. I was wondering where he fits into the picture!!!
I hope that you don't mind that I have taken the liberty to post this, and ask a few questions!

I would appreciate any info that you may offer,
My email is rwoodwth@pris.bc.ca (21/03/03)


WRIGHT, Henry married to Wilhelmina Steeves prior to 1852 had son named GAUIS or GANIO who married Etta May Crossman abt 1889. They had Gertrude, Dorothy, William, Gladys, Morrison, John. All born between 1890 and 1905.

My email is  John Lord. (21/11/00)


WRIGHT, Hello, I am looking for info. on Abraham and Mary Wright of Elgin Corner, New Brunswick. They had a daughter Susan (or Susssannah) Wright b. March 16, 1862. Sussannah moved to Sterling, Massachusetts in about 1880 where in 1888 she married Calvin Stockwell.
Thank you, Douglas

My email is  Douglas. (9/1/03)


WILSON. I am researching my GGG-father's Wilson Line from Little River, Albert County. My information has him as Levi Wilson married to Augusta Berry. They had at least 2 sons, George b.1870 (Married Addie Ross) and Herbert Glen (married Mary Elizabeth Gould).  Any information on this Wilson line would be appreciated. Cheers,  Mark Smith  (5/12/02)


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