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Dufferin Parish in Charlotte County, New Brunswick

Dufferin Parish GenWeb was created in November 1999 as part of the CanadaGenWeb Project. This is a NOT a research service. Volunteers and hosts are here to provide information on the web to help you help yourself trace your family tree.

Dufferin Parish is located in the southwestern part of Charlotte County, east of St. Stephen Parish, south of St. David Parish and is separated by Oak Bay from St. Croix Parish and from the State of Maine by the St. Croix River. (See #6 on map below). Dufferin was created in 1873 from St. Stephen Parish, so please be sure to check out St. Stephen Parish for information prior to 1873.

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