Canada in records from colonial missionaries, 1722-1952

USPG C series records relating to New Brunswick to c.1860

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These items cover the years 1783 to 1857, with the highest volume of correspondence written from St John, Fredericton, St Andrew's, and Sackville. The Scovil family and the Venerable George Coster recieve the most mentions in this correspondence; however, other noteworthy persons mentioned include Thomas Baillie, the Commissioner and Surveyor General of Crown Lands at Fredericton, and Captain W. F. W. Owen of the Royal Navy at Campobello. Further information about these documents is available via this link.

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C-Can-NB-1, 1783-1839

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C-Can-NB-2, 1818-1844

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C-Can-NB-3, 1788-1844

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C-Can-NB-4, 1821-1857

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C-Can-NB-5, 1821-1857

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C-Can-NB-6, 1830-1848

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