Carleton County Lookups


Marriage Index Maine 1892 to 1966 

Search Maine Death Index  Maine 1960 -1996

When requesting lookups, please put the name of the book from which you are requesting a lookup in the first line of the message as many of these wonderful people have volunteered to be a resource for several counties.   Limit your requests and don't forget to thank your volunteer for their time and effort.  Lookup requests should be limited to one name, or perhaps two if it is a married couple.   Information given will be minimal, for example if it is a cemetery lookup, the information will be the name of the cemetery and the dates on the headstone.

Reference Books & Resources

Volunteer email Address

The Loyalists of New Brunswick (E C Wright)
Northern Carleton County Cemeteries (Hayward)
York County Marriage Records 1812-1837(includes Carleton Co when it was part of York Co)
Carleton Co Marriage Records 1832-1887 (Hayward)
Israel Kenny, his children and their families (E W Bell)
The Tompkins Roots 1783-1996 (Fisher and Tompkins)
The census of Carleton County 1851
(Lower) Carleton County Gravestones (Hale)
An Honourable Independence (Johnville), Kilfoil
Carleton's Loyalist Index
Steamboat Days on the St John 1816-1946(MacBeath & Taylor)
Railways of New Brunswick (Nason)

Bob Davis

Several pictures from the old NB Micmaq Newspaper.
Will check pictures by your surname or by a Reserve.

Char Paul

Marriage records up to 1901 for NB and all registered NB birth records up to 1899.
Wiley F. Waugh, Sr.
A Short History of Carleton County, New Brunswick by T.C.L. Ketchum Allan J. Tompkins
Carleton County Census 1851, 1871, & 1901
St. Gertrude's Catholic Church Records, Woodstock, Catholic Graveyard records
Jane Everett
Census records for Victoria and Madawaska Co., NB. From the first in 1851 to 1901. In 1844, Victoria Co. was created from parts of northern Carleton  Co.  Hugo Larsson
Researching numerous families living in NB, especially those in Carleton and Victoria Co. and northern Maine and have a large genealogy library in my home. Willing to search data I have on the computer, which is considerable. Currently working on the Giberson family genealogy.
Wiley F. Waugh, Sr. Bristol, Carleton Co., NB

The Annals of Calais, Maine and St. Stephen, New Brunswick
by Rev. I.C. Knowlton  - 1875
St. Stephen and Charlotte County Directory - 1908 -9
McAlpines Charlotte County Directory 1886 - 87
(This also includes an alphabetical directory of Calais Me.)
St. Stephen Rural Cemetery , St. Stephen, NB
Tombstone Inscriptions published in 1996
New Brunswick
Census of 1861 Charlotte County NB, Canada
Published in 1999 by the New Brunswick Genealogy Society - Charlotte Branch

St. Stephen, Charlotte County,
N. B.

Ken Downey

A look-up for your Carleton County ancestors who moved to St. Stephen, N.B.

I have a book on the Glassville Settlement from 1860 with lots of school list information with names. The founding families etc.

Keith Jones

If you own any Carleton County related references and are willing to do lookups please email Lezlie Carson.

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