3 edition of Early marriage records of New Brunswick found in the catalog.
|Statement||introductory note and edited by B. Wood-Holt.|
|LC Classifications||CS88.N43 W66 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 359 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||86205636|
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*** Early Marriage Records of New Brunswick: Saint John City and County from the British Conquest toIntroductory Note and edited by Sociologist, B. Wood-Holt (Saint John: Holland House Inc., ), a somewhat curious compilation from many sources that probably includes almost all marriages in the Saint John region prior to Her.
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Wood-Holt,Holland House edition, in EnglishPages: This collection contains marriage records from New Brunswick, Canada, that took place between the years of and There are many different forms that can be found, including: Marriage Registers (), Marriage Certificates (), Delayed Registration of Marriages (), and Returns of Marriages ().
The item Early marriage records of New Brunswick: Saint John city and county from the British conquest tointroductory note and edited by B.
Wood-Holt. --represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Calgary Public Library. New Brunswick Marriage Records provide information about marriage licenses, certificates, and registries in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Official Marriage Records provide information about whether a marriage is legally valid, the names of both parties to the marriage, and when the wedding took place.
For New Brunswick birth and death records prior tothe only real source of information, other than archived newspapers, is the parish church records, although there do appear to have been a few births recorded in the County registers from on.
Some of the church records are at the Provincial Archives. If so, they are on microfilm, and. The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick collects, preserves, and makes available for research, documents and records bearing upon the history of New Brunswick.
Search 3, names from 37 databases in one place. At the Archives Associates web site you will find membership information, and a wealth of helpful publications and merchandise for. In New Brunswick, marriage and death records up to and birth records up to are in the custody of the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.
Most of the records are searchable in their online database: Vital Statistics from Government Records (RS). Marriage Records Of Brunswick on Sale. The best quality custom Marriage Records Of Brunswick at the best low cost. Deal on Marriage Records Of Brunswick that is coordinated agreeable to you from Ebay.
Free sending on certain Marriage Records Of Brunswick. County land records are not included in this database. Note that there are a small numbers of non-land records included, such as bills of sale for slaves (e.g., George, Negro, Book H-West Jersey, folio ) and lists of new arrivals to the colony (e.g., Governor Gawen Lawrie, Book A, folio ).
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Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. Early marriage records of New Brunswick by B. Wood-Holt; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy, Marriage records, United Empire loyalists; Places: New Brunswick.
The early marriage laws of New Jersey, by W. NelsonIndex to marriage bonds and records in the office of the secretary of state at TrentonMarriage records of the following churches and county clerks: Hackensack Reformed [Dutch] church.
Schraalenburgh Reformed [Dutch] church, Paramus Reformded [Dutch] church, Interest in centralizing birth, marriage, and death records led to various Bills being submitted to the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, but remained the responsibility of the County Council untilwhen the Vital Statistics Act, Victoria, Chapter 5 was passed, which required that all marriages be registered with the registrar and/or.
Secretary of State - Genealogical and Colonial Records (including state censuses) Department of Health - Bureau of Vital Statistics (Birth, Marriage and Death Records) Atlantic County. Marriage Books, and Indexes, c.f. (1 vol.); 1 reel (mm) By date of filing.
Book A is still held by the Atlantic Co. Clerk's Office. The early marriage laws of New Jersey, by W. NelsonIndex to marriage bonds and records in the office of the secretary of state at TrentonMarriage records of the following churches and county clerks: Hackensack Reformed [Dutch] church.
Schraalenburgh Reformed [Dutch] church, Paramus Reformded [Dutch] church. Older Birth, Marriage and Death Records. The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick is the repository for: Civil and church registries pre-dating Birth records covering the to period Marriage records dating from to Records of death occurring between and Early marriage records of New Brunswick: Saint John City and County from the British conquest tointroductory note and edited by B.
Wood-Holt., Toronto Public Library.New Jersey marriage records have been kept since the very start of the beginning of the nation. Many communities have marriage records that date back hundreds of years.
Communities needed to know that people were getting married in order to keep track of specific issues such as the number of married people and the need for housing.