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NADEAU: Jean Nadeau m. Marie Michaud: probably had a son, Alexis Nadeau who was probably born in Kamouraski, QC. Sources: MC80/2283 L. Carl Nadeau's Prince Telemakhos in Madawaska: Louis XVII: Firmin Nadeau and Rose Cyr had a son Alexis Nadeau born 11 Aug 1824 at Saint-Basile, Madawaska County, NB: see also MC80/2331 L. Carl Nadeau's Prince Telemakhos (Louis XVII): facts and legends in Madawaska.

NAGLE: Richard Nagle born 1820 at Newfoundland s/o Sir Edmond Nagle, married 15 Nov 1840 Lydia O'Donnell b. 1826 at Newfoundland, d. 30 Aug 1918, d/o Patrick O'Donnell and Lydia Susannah Woods Price: this family settled at New Bandon, Ludlow Parish, Northumberland County: the only child mentioned was, George Allan Nagle b. 29 Mar 1848, died 7 Jun 1920, m. Nov 1870 Ludlow, NB, Helen McLaughlin Hovey b. 1848 at Ludlow, died 19 Aug 1920, d/o James Hovey and Charlotte Elizabeth O'Donnell. Source: MC1/Nagle, 7 pages.

NAPIER: Robert Napier: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Saint John and Kingston Parish, Kings County: the name of his wife is not provided: Possible children: 1) Margaret Napier b. - , m. 1819 at Saint John, Asa Upton: 2) John Napier b. - , m. 1823 in Kingston Parish, Mary Scribner. Source: MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NASE: Henry Nase born 28 Jun 1752 in Dover, Dutchess County, NY, d. 20 May 1836 s/o Philip Nase and Rachel Dutcher: he came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled at mouth of the Nerepis River in Westfield Parish, Kings County: m. 13 Mar 1788 Jane Quinton b. 27 Jan 1767, d. 29 May 1852, third child of Hugh and Elizabeth Quinton: Children: 1) Elizabeth Nase born 1789, d. 8 Dec 1791: 2) Philip Nase b. 23 Oct 1791, died Jun 1870, married (1st) 18 Feb 1816 Amy Haviland born 6 Dec 1790, d. 16 Aug 1831: had five children: m. (2nd) 6 Feb 1835

Margaret Parks born 2 Jun 1800, d. Dec 1874: they had nine children: 3) Maria Nase b. - , m. 1813 Silvanus Haviland: 4) William H. Nase b. 19 Jun 1793 at Nerepis, d. 6 Jun 1880, m. 21 Oct 1817 Charlotte Harding born 4 Jul 1794, d. 9 May 1870: had three sons and seven daughters: 5) John Quinton Nase b. 1795, d. 1841, m. 1822 Rowena Haviland b. 1796, died 30 Jan 1867: had seven children: 6) Henry Nase m. Miss Fuller of NY: 7) Amelia Nase: 8) Rebecca Nase born 16 May 1809, died unmarried 18 Jun 1884: 9) Elizabeth/Betsey Nase b. - , m. 1919 Isaac Haviland. Sources: MC80/346 Edith R. Nase's Westfield: an historical sketch, pages 11-21: see MC80/338 Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 9-10, 224 which says Rachel Dutcher b. 1724 was d/o John Dutcher of Holland and Dutchess County, NY: see also MC1/Nase, 3 pgs: see also MC80/1315 Sheila E. Nase's Nase family tree: see also MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection MS15/9, page 137; see entry for Sargt. John Dutcher: see also MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 23, No. 1, Spring 2001, Linda Aiton et. al. Up County Memories, page 13: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NASH: George Nash b. 1791 in NB, d. 1862, m. Mary Ann - born 1798 in NB, d. 1872: the family settled in Sheffield Parish, Sunbury County: Children mentioned: 1) Juliet B. Nash born 1825, died 1919, m. John Day b. - , died 8 Jan 1894 in Malden, MA, s/o Abraham Day and Catherine Allen: 2) Elizabeth Nash born 1825: 3) Rachel Nash born 1828: 4) Catherine Nash born 1830: 5) Mary Nash b. 1832: 6) Charity Nash born 1835. Source: MC80/1903 Donald D. Day's The Day Genealogy, pages 14-18, 24.

NASH: Joseph Nash b. - , died before 17 Aug 1790, m. (1st) c1770 Sarah - who probably died shortly after 1783: m. (2nd) Alice - probably widow of Moses Burns: family came to NB and first settled at Letang in Saint George Parish, then at St. Andrews in Charlotte County: Children: 1) Elizabeth Nash b. before 1773: 2) Mary Ann Nash b. c1775, died after 21 Feb 1846, married 15 Dec 1796 in Charlotte County, Dominicus Milliken born 15 Jun 1777 at Union River, ME, died 22 Dec 1838, s/o Benjamin Milliken and Phebe Jordan: settled in St. George and had five children: 3) Nancy Nash b. before 1783, d. after 21 Feb 1846: 4) Joseph Nash b. before 1783 5) Son Nash b. 1788: 6) Margaret Nash b. after 1784.

Sources: MC80/2488 Mary D. Adams' The Davidsons and related families of Charlotte County, New Brunswick, pages 55, 61: see also MC80/2811 Calvin Lee Craig's Early families of "The Mackadavy", pages 267-271.

NASH: Samuel Nash: came from Connecticut: m. 14 Jul 1799 at Smithtown, Long Island, NY, Martha Place: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: first settled at Beaver Harbour, Pennfield Harbour: the only child mentioned was, Martha Nash: family later moved to Ontario. Source: MC2657 NBGS Newsletter Issue #13, September 1982: Sharon M. Debeau's Charlotte County Loyalists, page 11.

NASON: John Nason born c1766 at Saint John, NB, d. 12 Feb 1864, s/o John Nason and Sarah Jenkins of Newburyport, MA who came to Saint John 1764, m. (1st) Ann Morgan, m. (2nd) Mary Putnam Jones b. c1776, d. 21 Dec 1864: this family settled on Rusagonis Stream at Nasonworth, New Maryland Parish, York County: Children by first wife: 1) Annie Nason b. 1798, m. Thomas Phillips: 2) Hannah Nason b. 1800, married her first cousin, Thomas Nason b. 1802, died 1891, s/o Lemuel Nason and Mary Tracy: 3) Betsy Nason born 1804, m. c1825 William Crabb: Children of second wife: 4) Maria Nason b. 1806, m. 10 Oct 1820 her first cousin, John Nason born 1797: 5) Francis Putman Nason born 1808, d. 31 Mar 1864 at New Maryland, NB, married Susan Kimball born 1815, d. 1893 at Rusagonis: 6) Basha Nason m. James Breen: 7) John Nason b. 1810, married Betsy Sinclair and possibly Elizabeth Clay b. 1814, d. 1904: 8) Jane Nason b. 1812, m. David Scott: 9) Thomas Nason b. 2 Mar 1813, d. 1889, m. Margaret Sinclair: to USA: 10) Abigail Nason b. 1814, m. James Belson: 11) Lemuel Nason b. 1818, m. Phoebe Sinclair: 12) David Nason b. 1820, d. 1907, married Betsy McNeill b. 1823, d/o John or Edward McNeill and Jane or Elizabeth Mersereau: settled in Sunbury County and had issue. Sources: MC1/Nason #1,2,3, 70 pages: file # 3 states that John Nason was b. in 1777; the order of the children differs from data in other files: the widow Susan (Kimball) Nason m. Thomas Nason: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 267-269.

NASON: Lemuel Nason b. 1 Oct 1764 at Newburyport, MA, d. 18 Aug 1844 s/o John Nason and Sarah Jenkins: m. Mary Tracy b. 1774, d. 15 Jul 1838, d/o Jeremiah Tracy and Sarah Leighton: family settled at Tracy, Gladstone Parish, Sunbury County:

Children: 1) Elizabeth Nason born 6 Feb 1790, m. Alex Haycock: 2) Sarah Nason b. 12 Apr 1791, m. Everett Boone: 3) John Nason b. 6 Jan 1793, m. 8 Aug 1813 Martha DeWitt b. 20 Jan 1791, died Aug 1877, d/o Jacob DeWitt and Salome Tucker: 4) Abigail Nason born 14 Sep 1794, married Daniel Leighton: 5) Polly Nason b. 19 Dec 1795, m. Everett or Robert Herald: 6) Lemuel Nason Jr. b. 13 Sep 1797, married Annie Dunlap: 7) Jeremiah Nason born 13 May 1799, died 22 Jul 1880, married (1st) Nancy Lounsbury, (2nd) Jane Conley: 8) Mary Nason born 4 Feb 1801, married Mr. Beckwith: 9) Thomas Nason b. 16 Sep 1803, m. (1st) 1822 Hannah Nason, m. (2nd) Susan Kimball: 10) Israel Nason born 16 May 1804, married Annie Ketch: 11) Hannah Nason b. 13 Jul 1806, married Charles DeWitt: 12) Prudence Nason b. 2 Mar 1808, m. Alexander Haycock: 13) Asa Nason b. 2 Mar 1810, d. unmarried: 14) Samuel Nason b. 9 Dec 1812, m. Betsy Grass: 15) Lydia Nason b. 19 Aug 1814, married Jeremiah Whitney. Sources: MC1/Nason #1,2,3, 70 pages: John Nason born 1735 South Berwick, ME s/o John Nason and Margaret Lord: married on 20 Nov 1763 Newbury, MA, Sarah Jenkins bp. 30 Oct 1748: John and Sarah came to NB in 1764 and settled at Saint John: John was drowned in 1787 on the Belleisle: sons Lemuel Nason settled at Tracy, NB, Thomas Nason and John Nason Jr. settled on the Rusagonis Stream, Nasonworth, New Maryland Parish, York County: see also MC80/601 John C. Tracy book: Fredericton Junction, Vol. I, pages 30 to 36: see MC80/1286 Miriam L. Phillips' Facts and folklore: Tracy and Little Lake areas, pgs. 139-140: see also MC80/1373 Alton L. Harris' Harris genealogy, pages 245-290.

NAVES: Samuel Naves or Neaves b. 1801 in Bristol, England, d. 1884: came to NB in 1834 and settled in Saint John: married (1st) Ann - b. 1802, m. (2nd) 7 Jul 1846 in Saint John, Annie Slack b. 1828 Saint John, d. 22 Jun 1905, d/o William and Mary Slack: the only child mentioned was child of the first wife, Joseph Henry Naves b. 5 Nov 1826 in NB, d. 16 Mar 1905 in Saint John, m. 10 Dec 1849 in Saint John, Mary Jane Slack born 15 Jan 1830 in NB, died 20 Feb 1916 in Saint John. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 200.

NEALIS: Patrick Nealis b. c1801 County Donegal, Ireland, d. 28 Oct 1874, s/o John Nealis who came to NB in 1826: married 9 Jun 1829 at Fredericton Bridget McGrath born c1809 in County Clare, Ireland, died before 1891, d/o Matthew and Catherine McGrath who came to NB in 1822: family settled on Royal Road, Douglas Parish, York County: Children born on Royal Road: 1) John Nealis b. c1830:

2) Mattias Nealis born c1832, d. 29 Jan 1855 at Nashwaaksis, Douglas Parish: 3) Patrick Nealis b. 8 Jul 1839, d. 20 Feb 1931, m. Julia Brown b. - , died 30 Apr 1909: settled on Royal Road: 4) James Nealis b. c1840, d. 1863: 5) Francis Nealis b. 9 Apr 1843: 6) William Nealis b. 9 Aug 1845 in Douglas Parish, died 18 Oct 1923 at Royal Road, married 22 Feb 1876 at Fredericton, Mary McGinn born 4 Apr 1852 at Kingsley, Douglas Parish, d. 18 Jul 1909, d/o Michael McGinn and Roseanne McCann: settled at Royal Road and had twelve children: 7) Catherine Nealis born 7 May 1848, d. 1 Feb 1938 at Lynn, MA, m. 15 Nov 1875 Moses J. Brown of Fredericton, born in Ireland, s/o Moses Brown who came to NB in 1847: had five children in NB: in 1893 moved to Lynn, MA: 8) Henry Nealis b. 14 Jul 1850, m. Rebecca - b. c1850, d. 6 Jul 1881: had issue: settled on Royal Road: following wife's death Henry moved to USA: 9) Elizabeth Nealis b. 13 Jul 1852, d. 22 Oct 1859: 10) Mary Nealis b. 1854, d. 1865. Source: MC80/2758 Frances R. McGinn's The story of Michael McGinn (18131904) and Patrick McGinn (1831-1920) York County, New Brunswick, Canada and connected families, pages 86-119.

NEALON: James Nealon born in 1780, died 31 Oct 1818, s/o Capt. Nealon, m. Maria Ann Smart b. 1789, d. 23 Jul 1846, d/o John Smart and Elizabeth Saugee: they settled in Portland, Saint John County: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) James Nealon born 1802, d. 25 May 1827, m. 18 Mar 1827 in Saint John, Susan H. Wright: 2) Margaret Jane Nealon m. 1839 Samuel Bustin: 3) Elizabeth Isabella Nealon married 13 Dec 1832 Francis Jordan: settled in Saint John: 4) Mary Caroline Nealon, third daughter, born 1809, d. 18 May 1827: 5) Catherine A. Nealon b. 1812, d. 30 Aug 1880: 6) Frances Maria Nealon born 1814, d. 20 Dec 1877, married 1839 Samuel Wellington Babbitt: settled in Fredericton, York County: 7) Charlotte Smart Nealon married 14 Aug 1847 Thomas Jordan: settled in Saint John: 8) Sarah Nealon b. 1819, d. 10 Mar 1894: settled in Saint John. Sources: MC80/16 Michael W. Jones' Smart and Watts families, 35 pages: widow Susan Nealon married 1 May 1830 Henry Austin of Saint John: see also MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 179.

NEEDHAM: Mark Needham born 21 Apr 1778 at Yorkshire, England, died 31 Jan 1863, son of a Loyalist father who died during the Revolutionary War: Mark married Isabel Fraser b. 25 Nov 1785 at Inverness, Scotland, d. 25 May 1862, d/o Robert Fraser and Anna Calder of Morayshire, Scotland: settled in Fredericton, York County:

Children mentioned: 1) William Hazen Needham b. 9 Dec 1810 at Fredericton, died 29 Sep 1874 at Woodstock, NB, m. 21 Oct 1838 Mary Ann Gale b. c1818, d. 17 Jul 1888 at Halifax, NS, d/o Benjamin Gale of Saint John, NB: had nine children: 2) Marianna Needham b. 24 Aug 1812, d. 8 Feb 1893, m. Dr. W.H. Fraser from Edinburgh, Scotland: settled at Fredericton and had three children: 3) Isabella Fraser Needham b. 26 Jul 1814, d. 13 Feb 1891, m. (1st) 21 Dec 1833 Isaac Woodward Jouett born 12 Oct 1806, died 31 Jan 1838: m. (2nd) Benjamin Yerxa: 4) Jane Eliza Needham bp. 10 Mar 1816, d. unmarried 25 Sep 1901: 5) Mark Roberts Needham b. 12 Dec 1818, d. 4 Apr 1819. Sources: MC1156 Graves Papers: William Hazen Needham, 1 page: see also MC80/132 Lillian M.B. Maxwell's The old grave-yard, pages 116-117: after his fathers death Mark supported his mother and three siblings: see MC300 YorkSunbury Historical Society Collection, MS3/221, 2 pages, and MS15/9, pages 32-34: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Fraser family: Mark Needham: microfilm F11083, 3 pages.

NEILL: John Neill b. c1820 in Ayrshire, Scotland, d. 19 Feb 1893, s/o John Neill and Mary Stewart: came to NB in 1839 and settled in Fredericton, York County where he worked with his uncle Thomas Stewart: John married Jane MacPherson born c1829 Tay Creek, NB of Scottish ancestry, d. 3 May 1912: they had thirteen children: Only children mentioned: 1) James Stewart Neill born 10 Oct 1849, married 1870 Eliza D. Barrett d/o John Barrett of Fredericton: they had two children: m. (2nd) Mary Todd Hill eldest d/o Charles E. Hill of Nashwaaksis, NB: had five children: 2) Ann Neill b. 1851: 3) John E. Neill b. c1852, d. 29 May 1873: 4) Albert Neill: 5) Thomas A. Neill b. Jul 1859, d. 1859: 6) Robert Neill b. 1860, died 19 Jun 1892: 7) Charles W. Neill born in 1862, d. 16 Jul 1870. Sources: MC80/132 Lillian M.B. Maxwell's The old grave-yard, pg. 117: see also MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 196-199: see also the York County census returns.

NEILSON: James Neilson b. 16 Apr 1817 at Glasgow, Scotland, died 12 Dec 1911 at Belmont, MA, s/o William Neilson and Marion Ferguson: married in 1841 at Glasgow, Margaret Morgan b. - , d. 1869: they came to Nova Scotia in 1847, then to NB in 1847: they settled at Chatham, Northumberland County: had nine children: Only children mentioned: 1) James F. Neilson: went to BC: 2) Ellen Neilson m. John J. Harrington and settled in Bathurst, Gloucester County, NB.

Source: MC80/2184 W.D. Hamilton's Dictionary of Miramichi Biography.

NELSON: David Nelson b. 1806, d. 1881, m. Sarah Jane Bond born 1819, died 1896: they settled in Restigouche County, NB: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) Isabella Nelson m. Robert Miller: 2) Benjamin Nelson m. Miss McLeod: 3) David H. Nelson b. 1847, d. 1887, m. Flora C. McBeath b. 1853, d. 1910: 4) Barbara Nelson m. J. Porter Mowat: 5) Sarah Nelson married Richard Parker: 6) Elizabeth Nelson m. William Parker: 7) Lucy Nelson married Abselem Glover: 8) Robert Nelson b. 1840, d. 1908, m. Marjorie Mowat. Source: MC1/Nelson #1, 1 page: although it is titled The Nelson connection: Restigouche County, the family is not listed in the 1851 or 1861 NB census records for that county.

NELSON: Robert Nelson born 1800 in Ballybay, County Monaghan, Ireland, d. 20 Aug 1872: came to NB in 1823: settled in Portland, Saint John: married 20 Aug 1823 at Saint John, Eliza Tait: was survived by nieces and nephews. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 180.

NELSON: Thomas Nelson b. in England: came to NB and settled at Waterloo Corner, Johnston Parish, Queens County: wife's name is not provided: the only child mentioned was, John Nelson b. 1815, died 1860, married Mary Bedford b. 1825 at Guysboro, NS, d. c1870, d/o William and Mary Bedford: settled in Kings County and had issue. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pgs 21-22.

NELSON: William Nelson b. c1795 in Ireland: came to NB in 1819: settled in Wakefield Parish, Carleton County: m. 4 Dec 1824 Ann Burt or Ann Pratt born 1803: Children: 1) Thomas Nelson born c1827, married 29 Nov 1855 Emily S. Hannah: 2) Elijah Nelson b. 8 Aug 1829 at Jacksontown, NB, died 11 Apr 1904 at Oakfield, ME, m. 23 Jan 1858 Mary A. Prior: 3) William Nelson b. c1833, d. 5 May 1897 at Bridgewater, ME, m. 15 Oct 1859 Martha Ann Grant: 4) Elizabeth Nelson born c1836: 5) Darius Nelson born c1839, married Damaris - :

6) Frederick Nelson born c1841: 7) Isaac Nelson born about 1844, died 1927, married Elizabeth - . Source: MC1/Whiting, 2 pages. NESBET and NESBIT are interfiled

NESBIT: George Nesbit or Nesbitt born 1816 in England, d. before 1891, s/o James and Elsbeth Nesbit: m. (1st) 4 Feb 1841 Elizabeth Embleton b. 1819 in England, died 3 Sep 1852, d/o George Embleton and Margaret Davidson or d/o William Embleton and Jane Runchman: married (2nd) 23 Mar 1859 Matilda Campbell, a widow, born c1816 in Scotland, died 16 Oct 1879, d/o William Campbell: they came to NB in 1837 and settled in Harvey, Manners Sutton Parish, York County: Children are listed in an approximate order: 1) Elizabeth Nesbit b. - , died 3 Oct 1852: 2) George Nesbit born 1844: 3) Margaret Nesbit b. 1846: 4) Thomas Nesbit born 1848, d. 9 Sep 1919, married Janet Little born c1851, died 22 Jan 1937, d/o James Little and Isabella Herbert: had issue: 5) William Nesbit b. - , d. 13 Sep 1852 as infant: 6) Agnes Nesbit born in 1860. Sources: MC80/818 Rev. William Randall's History of Harvey Settlement, pages 24, 148-149: Matilda Campbell's son David Campbell b. 1852 in NB, and her father-inlaw, William Campbell born 1779 in Scotland were living with George Nesbit in 1861: George's brother Thomas Nesbit also settled in Harvey: see MC80/2504 Jocelean S. Hall et. al. Harvey Settlement Cemetery 1837-1999, pages 53, 108.

NISBET: James Nisbet b. 1802 in Scotland, d. 27 Sep 1877: he came to NB in 1825 and settled in or near Fredericton, York County: m. (1st) Jane Aitken, (2nd) Janet b. 1801 in Scotland, d. 15 Jun 1855: she came to NB in 1819: Children mentioned: 1) William Nisbet born in 1835: 2) James Nisbet m. Elizabeth - : they settled in Fredericton and had children. Sources: MC80/132 Lillian M.B. Maxwell's The old grave-yard, page 100: see also MC80/145 Louise Hill's Fredericton, New Brunswick, British North America, page 325: see MC80/2334 Isabel L. Hill's The old burying ground Fredericton, NB, Vol. III, pages 250-251: also see the York County census.

NESBIT: John Nesbit b. 1790 in Northumberland, England, d. 11 Apr 1850, married Ann - b. - , died 25 Feb 1864: they came to NB 1837 and settled at Harvey, Manners Sutton Parish, York County: Children born in England:

1) Susanna Nesbit born 1816, d. 20 May 1897, m. Alexander Hay born 1819, died 10 May 1887, s/o Alexander Hay and Jane Robinson: settled in Harvey and two children: 2) Thomas Nesbit b. 1819, d. 20 May 1882, m. 27 Apr 1839 Isabella Coburn born 1813, d. 15 May 1884, d/o John Coburn and Elizabeth Lesley: settled in Harvey: had at least six children: 3) John B. Nesbit born 1821, d. 1898, married Elizabeth Chambers b. 1829, died 1913, d/o Matthew Chambers and Ellen Heughan: settled in Harvey: 4) George Nesbit settled in Harvey: 5) Elizabeth Nesbit b. 1825, died 13 Feb 1903, m. (1st) Mr. Berkeley, m. (2nd) as his second wife, Isaac Burrell b. 1829 in England, d. 3 May 1913: settled in Harvey and had children: 6) James Nesbit b. 1827, d. 30 Nov 1882, m. Mary Carmichael b. 1845, died 1927, d/o John Carmichael and Margaret Hume: lived in Harvey: had issue: 7) Robert Nesbit b. - , died before 1871, m. 27 Oct 1857 Isabella Smith d/o John Smith of Sydney Mines, Cape Breton, NS: settled in Harvey: had five children: 8) Jane Nesbit b. 1830 in England, m. George Grieve born 1828 in England: went to BC: had children. Sources: MC80/818 Rev. William Randall's History of Harvey Settlement, pg 147148: see MC80/2504 Jocelean S. Hall et. al. Harvey Settlement Cemetery 1837-1999, pages 18, 26, 28, 30, 33, 42 50, 108, 109.

NESBITT: John Nesbitt b. 1799 in England, married Elizabeth - b. 1801 in England: came to NB in 1817 and settled in Saint David Parish in Charlotte County: only child listed was, Margaret Alice Nesbitt born 1827 in Charlotte County, d. 1902, m. George Stillman Smith b. 1817 in Charlotte County, s/o Adam Smith and Thankful Scott: settled in Saint David Parish and had issue. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 169-170: also see the Charlotte County census returns.

NESBIT: John Nesbit b. 1824 in England, m. Elizabeth Chambers b. 1831 in Scotland d/o Matthew Chambers and Nellie Hughan: came to NB before 1850 and settled in Harvey, Manners Sutton Parish, York County: Children: 1) Margaret Ann Nesbit b. 1850 in NB: 2) John Henry Nesbit b. 1853 in NB: 3) Ellen Norah Nesbit b. 1855: 4) Jennet Nesbit b. 1858: 5) William Preston Nesbit b. 1860. Sources: MC80/818 Rev. William Randall's History of Harvey Settlement, page 148: also see the York County census returns.

NESBIT: Robert Nesbit born 1833 in England: he came to NB and settled in Manners Sutton Parish, York County: married Isabella Ann Smith born 1836 in

Scotland d/o a clergyman: only child mentioned was, John Nesbit b. 1860 in NB. Source: MC80/818 Rev. William Randall's History of Harvey Settlement, page 148: Robert's brother James Nesbit born 1831 in England was living with the family in 1861: also see the York County census returns.

NISBET: Thomas Nisbet born c1777 in Duns, Scotland, died 28 Dec 1850, m. 28 Mar 1803 in Glasgow, Margaret Graham and had three sons and four daughters: came to NB in 1812 and settled in Saint John: Children mentioned: 1) Thomas Nisbet Jr. b. - , d. 1845: cabinet maker in Saint John: 2) Robert Nisbet. Source: MC1286 Volume VII Dictionary of Canadian Biography, pgs. 653-5: see RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Artists of NB: Thomas Nisbet: microfilm F11077, 2 pages.

NISBET: William Nisbet born 1772 at Dunse, Berwickshire, Scotland, d. 13 Aug 1841, m. Margaret - b. 1775, d. 24 May 1833: came to NB and settled in Saint John: only child mentioned was, Mary Nisbet m. 2 Feb 1838 at Saint John, William Nisbet born 1807 at Caithness, Scotland, d. 1 May 1859: settled in Saint John and had two children. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 181.

NESMITH: John Nesmith was born c1791 in Scotland, died 1 Apr 1858, s/o James and Jean Nesmith: he came to NB in June 1817: settled at Newcastle, Northumberland County: married 1820 at Halifax, NS, Catherine Dawson of Pictou County, NS, b. c1800: she came to NB in Apr 1820: Children mentioned: 1) John D. Nesmith b. c1825: 2) Richard Nesmith b. c1827: settled in Newcastle: 3) Catherine Nesmith born c1838: 4) Agnes Nesmith b. c1839: 5) Louisa Nesmith born c1841, m. Dr. John S. Benson. Source: MC80/2184 W.D. Hamilton's Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: John's parents, James Nesmith c1769 and Jean - b. c1773: they came to NB in 1836 to reside with their son John.

NESS: John Ness born 15 Sep 1741 in Pickering Parish, Yorkshire, England, d. 27 Dec 1799 in Saint John: came to Saint John in 1783 as Loyalists: wife's name is not stated: only child mentioned was, Ann Ness born 31 Mar 1775 at Needham, MA, d. 8

Nov 1850, m. 1798 Lieutenant John Simonson of King's New Brunswick Regiment: family settled at Maugerville, Sunbury County. Sources: MC1/Ness-Simonson, 2 pages: John Ness was an Ensign in Prince of Wales Regiment: in 1793 was appointed lieutenant in King's New Brunswick Regiment: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NEVERS: Elisha Nevers born c1701 Woburn, MA, s/o Richard and Martha Nevers: m. c1725 in Leicester, MA, Bathsheba or Bershabe Green b. 1705 d/o Samuel Green and Elizabeth Upham: Elisha and his three sons came to NB in 1765 and settled at Maugerville, Sunbury County: Children were born in Leicester, Worcester County, MA: 1) Phineas Nevers (Dr) born 19 Jun 1726, d. Oct 1785, married 18 Aug 1731 at Leicester, Mercy Green d/o William Green and Sarah Sprague: settled in Maugerville, married and had issue: 2) Nathan Nevers b. 17 Dec 1728: 3) Martha Nevers bp. 28 May 1731, m. James Woodman: 4) Samuel Nevers born 27 Feb 1736, died 5 Aug 1808, married 2 Apr 1763 at Brunswick, ME, Ann Burwell born 24 Oct 1743 probably at Abington, MA, d. 29 Jan 1830 in Sunbury County, d/o John Burwell and Ann Vinton: had ten children: 5) Jabez Nevers born 14 Jun 1738, m. 1760 probably at Brunswick, Maine, Hannah Thompson born at New Meadows, ME, d/o Alexander Thompson and Sarah Grover. Sources: MC1/Nevers # 1,2, 100 pgs: see also MC80/984 The Nevers Family by George Hayward: see also MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 25, No. 2, Summer 2003, George Hayward's Ernie Nevers, Football Hall of Famer, roots in Sunbury Co., NB, pages 7-9: see also MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 25, No. 4, Winter 2003, William Price's Elisha Nevers and Bershabe Green, page 8: see also MC1396 George Hayward genealogical fonds, MS1B The Hayward collection, A308, 4 pages.

NEVERS: Phineas Nevers (Dr) b. 19 Jun 1726 Leicester, Worcester County, MA, d. Oct 1785 at Bangor, ME, s/o Elisha Nevers and Bathsheba Green: m. 18 Aug 1731 at Leicester, Mercy Green b. 18 Aug 1731 probably at Malden, MA, d/o William Green and Sarah Sprague: came to NB in 1765 and settled at Maugerville in Sunbury County: Children born in Brunswick, ME: 1) Jonathan Nevers born 7 Aug 1755: 2) Martha Nevers b. 5 Jul 1756, d. 6 Nov 1757: 3) Elisha Nevers b. c1757, m. 24 Sep 1797 Catherine Wheeler d/o Benjamin Wheeler and Elizabeth Burnham: 4) Sarah Nevers born 3 May 1758, m. c1778 William Davidson (aka) John Godsman: 5) Bathsheba Nevers b. 23 May 1759, married c1785 Ebenezer Crosby: they settled first at Miramichi, NB, then went to Hampden, ME: 6) Samuel Nevers born c1761, died 1827, married Isabella Howard: settled in Maugerville and had nine children:

7) John Nevers b. c1763, died 10 Jan 1833, m. 15 Jun 1794 Phebe Perley d/o Israel Perley and Elizabeth Mooers: settled in Douglas Parish, York County: 8) Hannah Nevers born c1768 at Maugerville, died 1 Nov 1844, m. Timothy Crosby, brother of Ebenezer Crosby. Sources: MC1/Nevers #1,2, 100 pgs.: see also MC80/984 The Nevers Family by George Hayward: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #49, September 1991: George Hayward's Revolutionary War Rebel ­ Dr. Phinehas Nevers, pages 2-3: see also MC1396 George Hayward genealogical fonds, MS1B The Hayward collection, A310, 6 pages.

NEVERS: Samuel Nevers b. 27 Feb 1736, Leicester, Worcester County, MA, died 5 Aug 1808, s/o Elisha Nevers and Bathsheba Green: m. 2 Apr 1763 at Brunswick, ME, Ann Burrell or Burwell born 4 Oct 1744 Abington, MA, d. 29 Jan 1830, d/o John Burrell or Burwell and Anna Vinton: family came to NB about 1765: settled at Maugerville, Sunbury County: Children: 1) Lucy Nevers b. 15 Feb 1766, m. James York born 1760 in Rhode Island: 2) Elizabeth Nevers born 25 Nov 1767, died 7 Oct 1842, m. William Burke: 3) Anna Nevers b. 6 Jan 1770, d. 10 Apr 1858, married (1st) Jonathan Noble Mallory, m. (2nd) Hilkiah Kearney: 4) Jane Nevers b. 30 Mar 1772: 5) David Nevers born 11 Dec 1773, d. 1838, m. Elizabeth Parker, born 1778, died 1835: family eventually settled in the Jemseg area of Queens County: 6) Samuel Nevers Jr. born 7 Mar 1776, d. Dec 1871, married 25 Oct 1797 at Maugerville, NB, Elizabeth Palmer born 16 Dec 1776, died 26 Nov 1857, d/o Daniel Palmer and Sarah Whitmore: family went to Wentworth County, ON in 1824: 7) Nathaniel Nevers b. 24 May 1778, d. Jan 1842, m. Hannah - : settled in Lincoln Parish, Sunbury County: 8) Mary Nevers born 24 Apr 1780, m. 30 Aug 1800 at Maugerville, Samuel Kearney b. c1773 s/o Alexander Kearney and - Todd: 9) William Nevers b. 2 Mar 1783, d. 24 Oct 1857, married Mary - b. c1785: they first settled at Maugerville, then at Grand Lake, Queens County in 1816: 10) Rebecca Nevers born 18 Jan 1787, married Porter Ross. Sources: MC1/Nevers #1,2, 100 pages: see MC80/984 The Nevers Family by George Hayward: Ann Burrell's surname is also spelt Burrill and Burwell, her birth was given as 17 Mar 1743 and her marriage as 1 May 1763 at Abington, MA: there are differences in the children's birthdates: see MC1396 George Hayward genealogical fonds, MS1B The Hayward collection, A308, 4 pages.

NEVIN: Colin Nevin born c1781, d. 24 Jan 1869: he came from Stonehaven, Kincardinshire, Scotland to NB in 1839 with wife and children and first settled at Whitney and then at Newcastle, Northumberland County: had six children but the only one mentioned was, John Nevin. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, page 346.

NEVIN: William Nevin b. 1807 at Penport, Dumfrieeshire, Scotland, died 29 May 1865: came to NB and settled in Saint John: m. 5 Jul 1855 at Saint John, Mrs. Jane/Janet Clarke, a widow. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 180.

NEWCOMB: Andrew Newcomb b. 15 Apr 1747 at Lebanon, CT, d. 12 Jan 1828, s/o Eddy Newcomb and Abigail English who moved to Nova Scotia in 1760: Andrew m. 4 Dec 1766 Jerusha Bigelow b. 8 Mar 1749 at Colchester, CT d/o Isaac Bigelow and Abigail Skinner: family moved to NB in 1796 and eventually settled at Kingsclear in York County: Children: 1) Andrew Newcomb born 22 Dec 1768, died 25 Oct 1797, married on 8 Apr 1789 Mary Lord born 3 Jul 1769, d. 19 Jun 1790, d/o B.T. Lord and Martha Beckwith: m. (2nd) 22 Dec 1791 Sarah Chase b. 15 Jun 1766 d/o Asa Chase: 2) Ruby Newcomb born 15 Feb 1770, d. 28 Mar 1845, m. 9 Oct 1787 Marvin Tuthill born 18 Sep 1767 s/o Barnabas Tuthill and Martha Beckwith: 3) Timothy Newcomb b. 18 Sep 1772, d. after 1820 at Windsor, NS, married Margaret Smith d/o Nathaniel Smith: 4) Jerusha Newcomb born 15 Nov 1774, died 26 Oct 1858 at Harvey, NB: m. 1791 Ezra Bishop b. 20 Mar 1770, s/o Timothy Bishop and Mercy Harding: 5) John Newcomb b. 31 Dec 1776, d. 1840, married c1801 at Hopewell, NB, Esther Bishop: 6) Samuel Newcomb b. 10 May 1779, d. 17 Jun 1854 Harwich, Kent County, ON: m. at Hopewell, NB, Mary Fletcher born 2 Jun 1783 at Cumberland, NS, died 24 Aug 1867 at Harwich, ON, d/o Daniel Fletcher and Mary Phinney: 7) Elijah Newcomb b. 9 Apr 1781, d. unmarried c1862 at Jacksontown, NB: 8) Eliakim Newcomb born 16 Mar 1783, married Sarah Calkins born c1784, d. 26 Apr 1879, d/o James Calkins and Elizabeth Wickwire: moved to Clear Creek, Howard, ON about 1830: had issue: 9) Daniel Webster Newcomb born 29 Jan 1785, d. 23 Feb 1871 at Yarmouth, Elgin, ON: m. (1st) 9 Aug 1810 Nancy Fletcher of Hopewell, NB, born 15 Jan 1790, died Dec 1821 at Queensbury, NB: m. (2nd) Aug 1822 Catherine Young b. - , d. Jul 1830. Sources: MC80/920 William R. Marsh The ancestors and descendants of F.A. Marsh and Ivy Crites, pages 118 to 119: see also MC80/2072 William S. Hoar's By way of New England: Hoar and Newcomb pioneers in America: see also MC80/2714 Paul D. Kilburn's Fathers and Mothers: history and genealogy of Kilburn and Graham, pages 136-147: see also MC2051 Andrew Newcomb and his descendants by Bethuel M. Newcomb, 1923, on microfilm reel F14074; see especially pages 106-107, 208-211: see also MC80/2899 Viettia Newcomb's Some descendants of James and Olive Hartt and William and Miranda (Hartt) Newcomb, 50 pages.

NEWCOMB: Andrew Newcomb b. 1800 in Nova Scotia: he came to NB in 1821 and settled in Hopewell Parish, Albert County: m. Elizabeth - b. 1808 in NB: Children mentioned:

1) Robert Newcomb b. 1821: 2) Caroline Newcomb b. 1830: 3) Gilbert Newcomb born 1833: 4) Elizabeth Newcomb b. 1835: 5) Clarissa Newcomb born 1836: 6) Emelie Newcomb born 1838: 7) Charles Newcomb born 1840: 8) Deborah Newcomb b. 1842: 9) Charlotte Newcomb b. 1845: 10) William Newcomb b. 1850. Source: MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20988: see sheet for Andrew Newcomb.

NEWCOMB: Barnaby Holmes Newcomb b. 4 Nov 1806 at Cornwallis, NS, d. 4 Oct 1884: he came to NB and settled in Harvey Parish, Albert County: m. (1st) 10 Jan 1828 Lavinia Freelove Calhoun b. 27 Feb 1809 at Hopewell, NB, d. 24 Oct 1861 d/o John Calhoun and Rebecca Rand: m. (2nd) 29 Oct 1862 Mary Brewster b. c1810, the widow of John Calhoun Jr.: Children: 1) James Newcomb born 3 May 1830, married 10 Jun 1856 Sarah Elizabeth Marshall d/o Rev. Levi Marshall: 2) Ruth Newcomb born 6 Apr 1832, m. 17 Jun 1854 John Wood born c1824, died 17 Jan 1872: settled at Hopewell Corner, NB: 3) Lavinia Newcomb b. 15 Aug 1834, m. (1st) 23 Feb 1868 John P. Brewster b. - , died 21 Sep 1868, m. (2nd) 12 Mar 1872 George Wood: 4) Mary Ann Newcomb born 24 Nov 1836, d. 1 Jun 1871, married 9 Jan 1855 George Wood born 1806: settled at Hopewell Corner: 5) Joseph Newcomb b. 20 Aug 1835, married 6 Feb 1866 Sarah Jane Taylor b. 1835, d. 1891: settled Rockland and Dorchester, NB: 6) John B. Newcomb born 1 Mar 1841, m. 13 Jul 1878 Elma Eliza Taylor b. 1854, d. 20 Jun 1913: settled at Taylor Village, NB: 7) Alice Jane Newcomb born 24 Apr 1844, d. 1929, m. (1st) 21 Jan 1865 Capt. George Wesley Taylor born 1840, d. 8 Aug 1865, m. (2nd) 1872 Stanley W. Taylor born 1845, d. 1927: 8) Rachel R. Newcomb b. 10 Jan 1848, d. 19 Jan 1859: 9) Angeline S. Newcomb born 7 Jul 1851, d. 7 Feb 1859: 10) William Holmes Newcomb b. 24 Feb 1854. Source: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 213.

NEWCOMB: Daniel Newcomb b. 3 May 1863 Weymouth, NS s/o Charlton Newcomb and Rachel Grant: came to NB in 1881 and eventually settled at Woodstock, Carleton County: m. Margaret Caird d/o Alexander Caird of Scotland and Saint John, NB: only child mentioned, Marguerite Newcomb. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 589-591.

NEWCOMB: James Newcomb b. 1816 in NS, m. Louisa - b. 1816 in NS: came to NB in 1843 and settled in Hillsborough Parish, Albert County: only child mentioned was, William Abraham Newcomb b. 1843. Source: MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20988: see sheet for James Newcomb.

NEWCOMB: William Ritchie Newcomb b. 2 May 1819 in Cornwallis, NS, d. 7 Aug 1874, s/o Jacob Newcomb and Wealthy Terry: came to NB in 1834 and first settled in Carleton County, then in Andover, Victoria County: married 2 Feb 1860 Mrs. Maria (Grover) Perley of Woodstock, NB, b. 11 Aug 1820 in Halifax, NS, d. 23 Jan 1919 in Saint John, NB, d/o Robert Grover a native of England, and widow of Thomas E. Perley born 1812, d. 30 Jul 1858: Children mentioned: 1) Anna Eliza Newcomb born 14 Mar 1861, d. 6 Aug 1941 at Yarmouth, NS, m. 16 Jul 1889 William Augustus MacLauchlan: they settled in Saint John and had two children: 2) Agnes Beveridge Newcomb b. 18 Mar 1863, married 23 Sep 1885 Julius Thornton Garden of Saint John: had two children. Source: MC80/2899 Viettia Newcomb's Some descendants of James and Olive Hartt and William and Miranda (Hartt) Newcomb, 50 pages.

NEWMAN: John H. Newman born c1734 in England, d. 2 Jul 1797, married Hannah Montgomery born c1749 in Maryland, USA, d. 21 Dec 1807: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: first settled at Kingsclear, then on the Miramichi in Northumberland County: only child mentioned was, David Newman born 21 Dec 1774 in USA, d. 16 Jan 1852 in Derby, Northumberland County, married Mary Sherwood d/o Stephen Sherwood of Miramichi. Source: MC80/2689 Miramichi Branch of the NBGS, Some first families of the Miramichi, 2 pages: see also MC216 Kathleen Willis Williston fonds, MS 1B5 Biographies and notes on early settlers written by Mrs. Williston in 1947, 2 pages: see entries for David and John Newman.

NEWNHAM: Obadiah Samuel Newnham b. 23 Mar 1848 at Leamington, Hastings, Warwickshire, England, died 11 May 1932 at St. Stephen, NB, s/o Obadiah Newnham and Phoebe Browning: he was an Anglican clergyman: m. 25 Dec 1868 Hannah M. Bishop of Birmingham, England, b. Sep 1848, d. 6 Jul 1927 at St. Stephen, NB: came to Canada in 1875 and then to NB in 1878 where he served in various places ending up in St. Stephen, Charlotte County: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) Frederick Samuel Newnham b. in England, d. 9 Dec 1917 in Canso, NS: married in Canso, Blanche Young b. - , d. in Denver, CO: had three children: 2) Fanny Louisa Newnham b. 27 Aug 1875 in England, died 22 Apr 1880 in

Shediac, NB: 3) Anna Victoria Newnham b. in Lisbon, Portugal, d. Jun 1948, m. Dr. J.M. Deacon of Milltown, NB: had nine children: 4) Miss Newnham b. and d. in Lisbon, Portugal: 5) Catherine May Newnham b. 6 Jul 1877 at Charlottetown, P.E.I.: 6) Charles Godfrey Pembroke Newnham b. 11 Jul 1879 Shediac, NB, d. 25 Jan 1946: m. Helen - : they settled in Woodstock, NB and had one daughter: 7) Edith Mary Newnham b. 8 Feb 1882 in Saint John, NB, married (1st) 1927 Louis Montross Petry of White Plains, NY, married (2nd) Arthur W. Haigh: 8) Harold William Newnham born 22 Apr 1884 at Hampton, Kings County, NB, died 4 May 1972 at Moncton, NB, m. 4 Jun 1907 in Saint John, Florence Amelia Kaye b. 19 Jan 1885 in Saint John d/o J. Sydney Kaye: three children: 9) Florence Newnham b. 23 Dec 1885 at Hampton, NB, d. 28 Feb 1933, m. 4 Oct 1916 C. Herbert Maxwell b. - , d. 18 Jul 1947 at St. Stephen, s/o Robert Maxwell of St. Stephen, NB: settled in Saint John, NB and had three children. Source: MC600 James Edwin Humphreys fonds, MS1A26 Newnham family notes, 6 pages.

NICE: Cornelius Nice: came from Pennsylvania to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled on Belleisle Bay in Kingston Parish, Kings County: the name of his wife is not provided: the only child mentioned was, Cornelius Nice b. c1790 in NB of British descent, died 14 Aug 1857: m. 1814 Deliverance/Delia Pitt born 1788 in NB of British and Loyalist ancestry, d. 19 Dec 1856: settled in Kingston Parish: the 1851 census does not list any children. Sources: MC80/360 Acadiensis Volume VIII, No. 1, January, 1908, Epitaphs: Church of England Graveyard, Kingston, Kings County, NB, page 10: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NICHOL: Donald Nichol or McNichol born 1787, d. 1863, m. 26 Mar 1816 Helen/Ellen Kennedy b. 1796, d. 1878: family came from Knockankelly, Isle of Arran, Scotland to NB in 1829 and settled at Blackland in Colborne Parish, Restigouche County: Children born in Knockankelly: 1) John Nichol b. 1818: moved to Wisconsin: 2) Mary Nichol born 1822: 3) James Nichol born 1823: 4) Elizabeth Nichol born in 1824: 5) Helen or Ellen Nichol b. 1828. Sources: MC80/10 George H. Cook's Memorial to the Arran Clearances, pg. 26: see also MC80/2541 Florence Gray-Godin et. al. Gravestone inscriptions Zion United Cemetery of New Mills, Restigouche County, New Brunswick, page 58.

NICHOL: William Nichol born c1796 in Scotland, died before 1851, m. 3 Jan 1819

Sarah Wood born c1799 in Ireland, d. 14 Feb 1875: came to NB in 1818: they first settled on Dorchester Island, then in Hopewell Parish, then at Marys Point, Harvey Parish, Albert County: Children: 1) Mariah Nichol b. 1819 at Parrsboro, NS, d. 8 Feb 1915 at Harvey, NB, m. Joseph Nelson Derry b. c1813: 2) William Nichol m. 13 Dec 1848 Rosanna Steeves: 3) James Nichol born 28 Feb 1824 at Dorchester, NB, d. 1904, m. 6 Apr 1858 Maria Jones born 1829 at Steeves Mountain, d. 1909, d/o Solomon Jones and Margaret Lutz: settled at Steeves Mountain and had children: 4) Joseph Nichol b. 28 Feb 1824, d. as an infant: 5) Alice Ann Nichol b. 1825, m. 14 Aug 1856 James Edward Stevens: 6) Douglas Thomas Nichol b. c1834, d. 16 Jul 1911, m. (1st) Sarah L. - b. 1840, d. 1867, m. (2nd) Marilla M. - b. - , died 4 Dec 1874, (3rd) Adelaide R. - b. 1833, d. 1924: 7) Charlotte Nichol born 1837, married 25 Sep 1858 George Russell: 8) George Allison Nichol born 1838, married (1st) 11 Oct 1863 Eliza Moore, m. (2nd) 4 Oct 1868 Annie Brewster: 9) Albert Henry Nichol b. 1842, d. unmarried 18 Dec 1867 in West Indies: 10) Sarah Amelia Nichol born 1843, married (1st) 1863 at Amherst, NS, to Pedro Barrenshea: 11) Albert Nichol b. c1844, died as infant. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 215 to 216: see also the Albert County census retuurns: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 214.

NICHOLAS: Dixon B. Nicholas b. 1793 in Deal, England, d. 7 Mar 1851, m. Isabella Horsfield b. 1805 in Penrith, England, d. 3 Feb 1861: came to NB in 1821 and settled in Saint John: she was survived by Horsfield siblings. Sources: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 181.

NICHOLLS: Henry Nicholls b. c1813 in England: came from England to NB in 1832: settled in Saint John: m. Mary Climo b. in England, d. before 1851: Only children mentioned: 1) Mary Elizabeth Nicholls b. c1838 in NB, m. 6 Apr 1858 in Saint John, NB James Arthur Cullington b. c1832, d. 24 Jun 1889 in East Boston, MA, s/o Patrick and Margaret Cullington of Saint John: went to East Boston, MA about 1867: had eleven children: 2) Henrietta Nicholls b. c1839 in NB. Source: MC1664 Bissett and Cullington families genealogical fonds: Known ancestors and descendants of Christian John (Bob) Cullington 1870-1960 by Robert Frank and Jeanne Cullington, 30 pages.

NICHOLS: John Nichols b. c1805 County Armagh, Ireland, d. 11 Jan 1877 in Calais, ME: came to NB and first settled in St. Stephen, Charlotte County: moved to Calais, ME about 1827: m. before 1826 Ann S. Carlton born c1810 in County Down, Ireland, d. 4 Feb 1888: had six children; The only children connected to NB were: 1) Matilda Nichols b. 26 Jun 1826 in St. Stephen, NB: 2) Henry Bradbury Nichols b. 24 Oct 1836 in Calais, ME, m. 1857 in Calais, Nancy Atchison of St. Stephen, NB. Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks' Calais Maine families, page 116.

NICHOLS: Robert Nichols born 1823 in England, died 21 Jan 1858: came to NB and settled at Lee Settlement (Elmcroft) in Saint George Parish, Charlotte County: m. 30 Nov 1843 at St. George, NB, Elizabeth McGowan b. 1825 in NB, d. 7 Jul 1911, d/o Michael McGowan and Mary Sunderland: Children born in Lee Settlement: 1) Mary Ann Nichols born 1845, d. 1927, married 2 Oct 1882 in St. Stephen, Charlotte County, Hugh Anderson b. c1850 in Calais, ME, d. 1926: settled in Lee Settlement: 2) David Nichols b. 1846, d. 1922 in Lee Settlement: 3) Isabella Nichols b. 1 Jan 1850, died 15 Jul 1915, m. 16 Sep 1868 at Calais, ME, Charles Essensa born 10 Nov 1845 in Kingsclear Parish, d. 6 Jan 1927 in Lee Settlement, s/o David Essensa and Nancy Gallagher: they settled in Lee Settlement and had ten children: 4) George Nichols born 26 Mar 1852, m. Eliza Jane Garnett: had one child baptized in St. George, NB: 5) James A. Nichols b. 26 Feb 1854: 6) Eliza Nichols b. 22 Apr 1856, m. 5 Oct 1890 at St. Stephen, Frank Condle born in St. George, NB: 7) Robert B. Nichols b. 30 May 1858. Source: MC80/2811 Calvin Lee Craig's Early families of "The Mackadavy", pages 147-157.

NICHOLSON: Arthur W. Nicholson b. Feb 1746 at Sligo, County Leitrum, Ireland, died c1822 in Carleton County, NB: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: married (1st) 17 Mar 1779 at Southampton, Long Island, NY, Ellen or Eleanor Henry of Hempstead, Long Island, NY, b. - , died 2 May 1786 at Kingsclear, York County, NB: m. (2nd) 7 Aug 1787 Elizabeth Lawrence b. - , d. 26 Nov 1827 Connell, Simonds Parish, Carleton County, d/o Richard and Margaret Lawrence: eventually settled at Connell in Simonds Parish, Carleton County: Children of first wife: 1) Jane Nicholson b. 27 Aug 1780 at Hempstead, Long Island, NY: 2) William H. Nicholson born 12 Apr 1784 at Maugerville, Sunbury County, NB, died Jan 1794 at Fredericton, NB: Children of second wife:

3) Eleanor Nicholson b. 12 Sep 1788 at Fredericton: 4) Mary Ann Nicholson born 29 Jan 1790 at Miramichi, Northumberland County: 5) Thomas Lawrence Nicholson born 15 Jan 1790 at Miramichi, m. at St. George in Charlotte County, Amy Vernon d/o Moses Vernon, a Loyalist: they settled in Saint John: 6) Arthur Nicholson b. 28 Aug 1793 at Miramichi, NB: 7) William Patrick Nicholson b. 17 Mar 1795 at Fredericton, NB: 8) Margaret Tilton Nicholson b. 6 Mar 1797 in officers barracks at Presque Isle, (Connell), NB, married 1 Oct 1819 at Connell, Lt. Arthur Blaney Walsh: 9) John Allan Cameron Nicholson b. 22 Oct 1798 at Presque Isle, (Connell), NB, m. Eliza Dickinson and had seven children: 10) Elizabeth Nicholson born 22 Nov 1800 at Presque Isle, (Connell), NB: 11) James Edward Nicholson b. 4 Jul 1802 at Presque Isle, (Connell), NB. Source: MC80/2184 W.D. Hamilton's Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: see also MC216 Kathleen Willis Williston fonds, MS 1B5 Biographies and notes on early settlers written by Mrs. Williston in 1947, 3 pages: see entry for Arthur Nicholson: see MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS15/9, pages 13-16: the widow Amy (Vernon) Nicholson m. (2nd) William F. Owen s/o Capt. William Owen, R.N. original owner of Campobello Island: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Nicholson family, microfilm reel F11088, 2 pages: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NICHOLSON: Ebenezer Nicholson b. 1783 in Dumfries, Scotland, d. c1855, m. c1814 in Scotland, Mary Owens born 1793 in Scotland: they came to NB and settled at Douglas, York County: Children: 1) Margaret Nicholson born c1818 in Dumfries, Scotland, m. 19 Sep 1839 at Fredericton, John McMurtrie: had two children: 2) Sarah Nicholson born c1820 in Dumfries, Scotland, married 1 Jul 1841 in Fredericton, Robert Irwin b. - , d. 1854: settled in Fredericton: five children: 3) William Nicholson born c1826 at Dumfries, Scotland, d. c1859, m. 5 Nov 1853 at Fredericton, Mary Ann White: settled in Fredericton: two children: 4) Robert Nicholson b. c1827 Scotland, m. c1867 Sarah - : had a daughter: 5) Agnes Nicholson b. 1828 in Dumfries, Scotland, d. 28 Sep 1896 at Riviere du Loup Station, Quebec: m. 31 Dec 1847 John Turner of Fredericton: had nine children: 6) Mary Nicholson born 1832 in Dumfries, Scotland: 7) John Nicholson b. 19 Sep 1847 at Douglas, York County, m. 15 May 1873 Mahala Ann Humphries of Douglas, NB, b. 1849 d/o George and Hannah Humphries. Source: MC80/604 Marjory M. Waters' Our Loyalist ancestors: kith and kin of Holder Turner, pages 87-88.

NICHOLSON: Mr. Nicholson b. in Ireland, m. Jane - b. c1797 in Ireland: they came from County Armagh, Ireland to NB in 1844 and settled in Sussex Parish, Kings County:

Children: 1) John Nicholson b. in Ireland, m. Margaret Boyd: 2) Stephen Nicholson b. c1823 in Ireland, d. 1891 at Springhill, NS: came to NB in 1844 with his parents: settled in Mechanic Settlement, Cardwell Parish, Kings County: m. Eliza Adair and had eleven children: 3) Thomas Nicholson born c1828, m. Catherine Adair: 4) Jane Nicholson b. - , m. Mr. Cooper of Fredericton, York County, NB: 5) Mary Nicholson b. - , m. George Browning of Saint John: 6) Elizabeth/Bessie Nicholson b. - , married Mr. McJenkin: 7) Belle Nicholson b. - , d. unmarried: 8) Anne Nicholson born c1833, m. Charles Yeomans of Saint John, NB. Source: MC80/2945 Rev. Nigel Nicholson's Nicholson: being a compilation of family trees of Nicolson and Nicholson and variants of the same name, page 269.

NICHOLSON: Robert Nicholson b. 31 Oct 1808 in Dumfriesshire, Scotland, d. 20 Jan 1898 in Chatham: married c1831 in England Mary Ann Osburn of Cumberland, England, b. 1809, d. Jun 1898: first came to Halifax, NS around 1833, then came to NB 1835 and settled in Chatham, Northumberland County: Children mentioned: 1) John Robert Nicholson b. 1831 in Silloth, Cumberland, England, d. 1895, m. Elizabeth Ritchie b. Apr 1835 near Glencoe, Paisley, Scotland, d. 20 Apr 1908 at Newcastle, NB, d/o David Ritchie of Paisley, Scotland: they settled in Chatham and had eight children: 2) James Nicholson (Dr.) b. Oct 1834 at Halifax, NS, d. unm. 11 Apr 1865 at Tracadie, Gloucester County, NB: 3) Margaret Nicholson b. Jan 1837 Halifax, NS, d. 23 Oct 1846 at Chatham: 4) Charles Nicholson born c1838, died in Malone, NY: 5) Mary Ann/Marianne Nicholson born 10 Oct 1846, died 18 Mar 1895 at Chatham, NB, married 1866 Henry Wilson Wyse: had issue: 6) Margaret Nicholson b. c1848, m. Caleb Richardson: had issue: 7) Sarah J. Nicholson b. c185?, married 8 Feb 1882 at Bathurst, Gloucester County, as his second wife, George Brown born c1831 at Chatham Head, NB, died 13 Sep 1908: had three sons: 8) Osburn Nicholson b. 28 Aug 1853 at Chatham, NB, d. 1937 at Newcastle, NB, m. 25 Jun 1886 at Saint John, Gertrude Marion Willis b. 20 Jun 1864, d. at Newcastle, NB: had issue: 9) Daniel K. Nicholson. Sources: MC80/2184 W.D. Hamilton's Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: see also MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 499 to 500: see also MC80/2945 Rev. Nigel Nicholson's Nicholson: being a compilation of family trees of Nicolson and Nicholson and variants of the same name, pages 88-89.

NICHOLSON: Thomas Nicholson born 1 Apr 1823 in Fifeshire, Scotland, d. 8 Jan 1908: came to NB in 1858: eventually settled at River Charlo, Colborne Parish, Restigouche County: m. Janet B. Kerr b. 30 Oct 1838 Napan, Glenelg Parish, Northumberland County, d. 29 Mar 1908:

Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) Elspeth Burnet Nicholson b. 14 Jan 1865 in NB, died 26 Jan 1865: 2) Ellen Nicholson b. 1867 in NB: 3) Janet J. Nicholson born 1869: 4) Georgina Nicholson born 1871: 5) James Kerr Nicholson b. 1874, d. 15 Dec 1874: 6) Thomas M. Nicholson born 1875: 5) William Nicholson born 1880. Sources: MC80/2541 Florence Gray-Godin et. al. Gravestone inscriptions Zion United Cemetery of New Mills, Restigouche County, New Brunswick, page 59: see MC80/17 Flemming Holm's A History of the United Church: Charlo, New Mills and Jacquet River, pages 19-20: also see the Restigouche County census returns.

NICKERSON: Joseph Nickerson was probably born in Danbury, CT, died 1796, s/o Nathaniel Nickerson and Hannah Hamblin, m. Martha or Sarah Noble: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled at Waterborough, Queens County: Children mentioned in Joseph's will: 1) George Nickerson: 2) Charlotte Nickerson. Source: MC1/ Nickerson, 10 pages.

NICKERSON: Joseph Nickerson b. c1811 NB, died 27 Sep 1849, m. 19 Aug 1841 Mary Ann McGee who had come from Ireland Apr 1840: family settled at Gondola Point, Rothesay Parish, Kings County: Children: 1) Sarah Jane Nickerson b. 1843, d. 1904: she took the surname Cronk and married 4 Aug 1864 Richard Murphy b. 1841, d. 1909: 2) William John Nickerson b. 1845, d. 2 Jun 1925: took the surname Cronk and married Sarah Agnes Whelpley born 13 Aug 1851, died 1 Nov 1938, d/o Henry Whelpley and Hannah Elizabeth Dempsey: 3) Joseph James Nickerson b. 1848, d. 27 Oct 1886: he retained the surname Nickerson. Source: MC1/Cronk, 17 pages: file contains copy of The Genealogy of Lewis Brunswick Cronk by grandnephew Arthur Skaling: Joseph's widow Mary Ann McGee m. (2nd) Neil O'Neil and had James O'Neil b. c1853; Thomas O'Neil b. c1855; Edward O'Neil born 1857: Mary Ann McGee m. (3rd) 29 Mar 1860 Stephen Benjamin Cronk and had Margaret Cronk born 1860; Benjamin Cronk born 1862; Alexander Cronk born 1865; Samuel Cronk born 1869.

NICKERSON: Thomas Nickerson was probably born at Danbury, CT, s/o Nathaniel Nickerson and Hannah Hamblin: resided at Fredericksburg, NY, m. Sarah - b. - , d. Dec 1783: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled at Hampstead, Queens County:

Children: 1) William Nickerson born c1774, m. 25 Feb 1801 at Hampstead, NB, Mary Lester: family settled at Hampstead: 2) Jeremiah Nickerson m. (1st) 12 Nov 1795 Gagetown, Queens County, NB, Zilpah Strait b. - , d. - : m. (2nd) 19 Mar 1821 Mary McGovern: they settled in Greenwich Parish, Kings County by 1821: 3) Charlotte Nickerson born 19 Jun 1782, m. 16 Nov 1797 at Waterborough, NB, Jacob Tilley: 4) Eluid Nickerson b. - in NY: 5) Orson Nickerson was in the 104th Regiment and died in service 23 Jul 1813 on Niagara frontier. Source: MC1/Nickerson, 10 pages.

NIGHTENGALE: Jeremiah Nightengale b. 23 Mar 1772 at Hubbardstone, MA, d. c1832 at Lubec, ME: wife's name is not provided: they came to NB in 1800 and settled at Pennfield in Charlotte County: Children: 1) William Nightengale: 2) John Nightengale: 3) Josiah Nightengale m. Eleanor McNamara: 4) Jeremiah Nightengale: 5) Miss Nightengale: 6) Jerusha Nightengale. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 200-201.

NILES: James Niles b. c1760: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and may have settled in Prince William Parish, York County: m. 4 Aug 1789 Prince William Parish, Rebecca Johnson: Children: 1) Samuel Niles bp. 4 Aug 1789, d. 22 Apr 1875 or 1885 at Fredericton, York County: 2) John Niles b. 1787, d. 1877, married before 1811 Ann Hume of Hampton Parish, Kings County: 3) Elizabeth Niles b. 10 Feb 1792, died 16 Oct 1885 in Maine, m. 22 Oct 1808 John Lint: 4) Jane Niles born 1794, married 12 Jan 1815 James Taylor: 5) Henry Niles b. 1795, d. 12 Jun 1874, m. 19 Jun 1817 Phoebe Adams: 6) James Niles born 1800, married Susannah Clark: 7) Rebecca Niles born 1802, m. 28 Dec 1819 John C. Fox. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 298.

NILES: Samuel Niles b. c1740 in NY, married in Kent, England, Elizabeth Adams born c1740 in NY, d/o Samuel Adams of NY and Alice Bradford of Plymouth, MA: family came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: settled in Queensbury Parish, York County: only child mentioned was, James Niles b. c1767 in NY, m. 4 Aug 1789 at Maugerville, Sunbury County, Rebecca - b. c1767: settled in Queensbury Parish, York County and had a daughter Elizabeth Niles born 10 Feb 1792 at Saint John, died 16 Oct 1885 at Houlton, ME, m. 22 Oct 1808 John Lint b. c1781 Chestertown, York County, NY, s/o John and Elizabeth Lint: had issue. Source: MC80/1662 Donald C. Cameron's Cameron, William & Lent, Jane Frances: Samuel Adams and Alice Bradford also came to NB and settled in Queensbury Parish.

NILES: Samuel Niles b. 1802 at Burton, NB, d. 21 Apr 1885 at Fredericton, m. Eunice - b. 1806: family settled in Burton Parish, Sunbury County: Children: 1) George Niles born 1828: 2) James Niles born 1831: 3) Letitia Niles born 1832, died 16 Jun 1918 at Fredericton Junction, m. 7 Sep 1853 David W. Mullin born 16 Mar 1834 at Sheffield, NB, died 11 Feb 1893: 4) Mary Ann Niles b. 1835, m. James Taylor: 5) Catherine Matilda Niles born 1838, m. Robert James Cochran: 6) Hubbard Niles b. 1839, m. 2 Jun 1869 at Fredericton, Sarah Moore born 1847 at Burton, died 23 Jul 1921 at Fredericton, NB, d/o Edward Moore and Charity Carlisle: 7) Nathaniel H. Niles born 1841: 8) Elizabeth Niles b. 1843, m. Mr. Ring: 9) Henry Niles born 15 Sep 1845, d. 4 Apr 1923 at Saint John, m. 8 Aug 1872, Isabella Moore born 17 Jan 1854 at Three Tree Creek, NB, died 13 Nov 1931, d/o Edward Moore and Charity Carlisle: the family settled in Saint John: 10) John Niles born 1848. Source: MC1/Niles, 30 pages.

NIVEN: Colin Niven b. in Scotland, d. 1869, m. Mary Rankin: parents and six children came from Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, Scotland to NB in 1839: first settled in North Esk Parish, then at Newcastle, Northumberland County: Children: 1) Elice Niven b. and d. in Scotland: 2) Agnes Niven b. and d. in Scotland: 3) Mary Niven b. and d. in Scotland: 4) James Niven: 5) Grace Niven: 6) John Niven b. 6 Aug 1828 Dunnottar, Scotland, married 1865 Jean Harris born in Quebec d/o George Harris and Catherine Hay who came to NB from Pictou, NS in 1824: 7) Elizabeth Niven: 8) Ann Niven:

9) Colin Niven. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 403-404.

NIXON: Hamilton Nixon b. Scotland, died before 22 Dec 1830, s/o Robert Nixon: came to NB about 1818 and settled at Kelly Creek, Kingsclear Parish, York County: m. Agnes Robinson b. County Tyrone, Ireland, d. Nov 1830: Children: 1) Margaret Jane Nixon born c1818, m. 28 Jun 1834 in York County, Luke Kelly b. 1817: 2) Esther Nixon b. 1820 in NB, d. 1898 at Lower Brighton?, Carleton County, m. Enoch Bishop b. 1799, died 15 Aug 1852 at Woodstock, Carleton County: 3) Robert Nixon born Sep 1822, d. 9 Mar 1887 at Aroostock River, Victoria County, m. 3 Dec 1847 Carleton County, Jane Dickinson born 31 Jul 1824 in Wakefield Parish in Carleton County, died 31 Jul 1912 at Lower Brighton, NB: 4) Elizabeth Ann Nixon b. 1826 in NB, died after 1891, m. c1849 in Carleton County, George Kimball Sr. b. 1829 at Lower Brighton, NB, d. 23 Mar 1887 in Carleton County: 5) John Nixon born 1828 at Kelly Creek, died 1894, married 29 Dec 1853 in Carleton County, Ann Dickinson born 2 Jun 1835 in Wakefield Parish, died 28 Dec 1915: settled in Lower Brighton. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pg 201: Hamilton's brother John Nixon came to NB and settled in Saint John.

NIXON: Henry G. Nixon b. 1846 at Donaghadee, Ireland, died 1925: to NB in 1861 and settled in Saint John: m. 5 Dec 1870 Mary Doolan born c1853 in NB, died 15 Jun 1920: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) John Nixon born c1871: married twice: 2) Alexander Nixon born c1874, d. 11 May 1909: 3) Mary Nixon b. c1875, married Frank Lahey: 4) Archibald Nixon b. c1878, m. Mrs. Sadie M. Wilkes: 5) William H. Nixon born c1880, d. unmarried: 6) Henry George Nixon b. - , d. 14 Oct 1950 at Saint John, m. Agnes Rose Delaney: 7) Emily Nixon married George R. Thompson. Source: MC80/1238 L. Gerard Johnson's Johnson genealogy, family group sheets # 28-30.

NIXON: Robert Watson Nixon born c1824, d. 6 Nov 1872 at Montreal, QC, s/o Robert Nixon and Mary Watson of Downpatrick, County Down, Ireland: he came to NB and settled at Caraquet in Gloucester County: he married c1856 Jane Blackhall d/o James Blackhall and Mary Synnet: Children:

1) James Watson Nixon born c1858, died 3 Aug 1942, m. 1 Sep 1914 Annie Esther Sewell d/o Bernard Sewell and Marguerite Ann MacIntosh of Bas-Caraquet: settled in Caraquet, then at Maisonnette, NB and had two children: 2) Margaret Helen Nixon born 24 Jan 1860, died 5 May 1899: 3) Robert S. Nixon b. c1862, d. Portland, ME, m. Miss Sealy of Canobie, NB: 4) Mary Blanche Nixon b. c1864, d. at Gaspé, m. Charles Brien s/o Pierre-Esprit Brien and Marie-Louise LeRoy of Isle of Jersey: 5) Hugh J. Nixon b. c1864, d. 3 May 1898, m. Miss Sealy of Canobie, NB: 6) Thomas B. Nixon born 5 Feb 1866, d. 10 Feb 1902, m. in North Dakota. Source: MC80/1100 Fidèle Thériault's Les familles de Caraquet, pgs. 372-4.

NIXON: Samuel Nixon b. 1791 in Ireland, d. 6 Dec 1858, m. Jane - b. 1787 in Ireland, d. 30 Oct 1862: came to NB in 1822: first settled in Saint Andrews Parish, then at Upper Waweig, Saint Croix Parish, Charlotte County: Children: 1) Jane Nixon born 1814 in Ireland, d. c1876 in Minneapolis, MN, m. 24 Apr 1834 James Diffin born c1802 in NB, died 12 Nov 1862 at Waweig: settled in Saint Andrews Parish and had issue: 2) James Nixon b. 1816 in Ireland, d. 30 Dec 1892, m. 1 Sep 1842 Catherine Ruth Thomas b. 1 Sep 1819, d. 23 Jan 1890, d/o William Thomas and Eliza Taylor: they settled in Waweig and had eleven children: 3) Adam Nixon born 1 Aug 1822 in NB, d. 16 Jul 1887 married 18 Oct 1856 Roseanna Barber b. c1836 in NB, d/o Thomas and Roseanna Barber: went to Baraboo, Sauk County, WI and had five children: 4) Gavin or Gaun Nixon b. 18 Oct 1824, d. 26 Dec 1897, married 3 Jan 1849 Caroline Bartlett born 20 May 1825, died 14 Oct 1911, d/o Caleb and Jane Bartlett: they had at least nine children: 5) Samuel Nixon b. c1826 in NB, d. 1905 in Montana or Idaho, m. (1st) 24 Sep 1853 Hannah Macklin b. 1824 in NB, d. 10 May 1854 in Wisconsin: m. (2nd) 15 May 1855 Celestia Weber b. 31 May 1837 at Chautauqua, NY, d. 22 Aug 1911 at Denver, CO: 6) Joseph Nixon born c1828, died about 1834. Sources: MC1/Nixon, 2 pages: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 178-179: see also MC80/2623 Jack Hester's The chronicles of Samuel Nixon and his descendants, Vol. I.

NIXON: Thomas Nixon b. 1812, d. 1843, m. Elizabeth McAuley b. c1824 in Ireland: came to NB in 1831 and settled in Saint John: Children: 1) Elizabeth A. Nixon b. 1835 in Saint John: 2) Isabella Nixon b. 1838 in Saint John, d. 1881, m. (1st) Mr. Pardoe, m. (2nd) Robert James Jenkins born 1824 in Saint John, d. 1901, s/o Robert Jenkins and Alice McLeod: settled in Saint John and had children: 3) Mary Ann Nixon born 1842: 4) Margaret Nixon born in 1844. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 210-211:

also see the Saint John census: Elizabeth (McAuley) Nixon married (2nd) Samuel Moore: settled in Saint John and had issue.

NIXON: William Nixon b. in Ireland, d. 1847, m. Eleanor - born c1794 in Ireland, died 1864: they came to NB in 1827 and settled in Saint John: Children: 1) Jane Nixon b. 1827 in NB: 2) George Nixon b. 1829: 3) Thomas Nixon b. 1830: 4) Mary Ann Nixon b. c1832, died 1876, married William McCoy b. 1824 in Londonderry, Ireland, died 1916, s/o William McCoy and Margaret Hughes: settled in Saint John and had children: 5) William Nixon born 1834: 6) Ellen Nixon born 1838. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 69-70: also see the Saint John census returns.

NOBLE: Benjamin Noble b. 25 Jun 1787 at Bangor, ME, d. 12 Apr 1860, s/o Seth Noble and Hannah Barker: settled in Lower Brighton, Brighton Parish, Carleton County: m. (1st) 29 Mar 1810 Susannah Currier b. c1785 in NB, d. 18 Dec 1841, probably d/o Issachar Currier and Rebecca Morrell: m. (2nd) 15 Mar 1845 in Carleton County, Christina (McMullin) Bubar b. c1785 in NB, d. 25 Jan 1860 probably in Lower Brighton, widow of Stephen Bubar who d. 1836 in Maugerville, Sunbury County: she was probably the sister of Charles McMullin b. 1790, d. 1879 of Hartland, NB: Children: 1) Hannah Barker Noble b. 30 Dec 1810 at Sheffield, NB, died after 1876 in Bridgewater, ME: m. 25 Jan 1827 in Carleton County, John Ackerson born 20 Oct 1800 at Sheffield, d. 18 Nov 1859 probably in Bridgewater, ME, s/o Jacob Ackerson and Catherine Mills: settled in Wakefield Parish, Carleton County until 1851 then moved to Bridgewater, ME: had twelve children: 2) George Seth Noble born 15 Jan 1812 probably at Sheffield, NB, d. 19 Apr 1891, m. 4 Aug 1835 in Carleton County, Ann/Nancy McKinney born c1812, died 18 Apr 1886, d/o Michael and Christianna McKinney: settled at Lower Brighton and had seven children: 3) Joseph Barker Noble born 4 Aug 1815 probably at Lower Brighton: m. 24 Oct 1836 at Fredericton, York County, Florine McGraw b. c1814 in NB, d/o Amelia (Turner) McGraw: they had seven children: 4) Enoch Barker Noble b. 17 Aug 1818, died after 1880 at Blaine, ME, m. 25 Jun 1840 in Carleton County, NB, Margaret McGraw d/o Amelia (Turner) McGraw: settled at Blaine, ME and had seven children: 5) Theodore Harding Noble born 25 Sep 1820, d. 2 Oct 1898 at Bristol, Kent Parish, Carleton County: m. (1st) 16 Mar 1848 in Carleton County, Martha J. McGee b. c1828, died 17 Apr 1867, d/o George McGee and Rhoda Shaw of Lower Brighton: had eight children: m. (2nd) Cynthia Marsten b. c1843: they had two children: settled at Lower Brighton and Woodstock, Carleton County: 6) Rebecca Noble b. 13 May 1823, died 1919, married 3 Apr 1852 in Carleton

County, Reuben Robinson b. 18 Nov 1818, d. 21 Jan 1899, adopted s/o John Duncan Dickinson and Sarah Thomas: settled at Lower Brighton and had six children: 7) Issachar Currier Noble b. 25 Dec 1825, d. 30 Sep 1872, d. 30 Sep 1872 at Hodgdon, ME, married 18 Nov 1851 in Carleton County, Caroline Thomas b. c1824 in Sunbury County, d/o Benjamin Thomas and Mary Hayward: first settled at Lower Brighton and had six children, then moved to Hodgdon, ME: 8) David Duncan Noble b. 1 Feb 1828, m. 12 Aug 1851 in Carleton County, Susannah McKinney born c1829 d/o Michael and Christianna McKinney: settled in Brighton Parish and had four children: 9) Elizabeth Ann Noble b. 7 Aug 1831, d. in 1916, m. 25 Dec 1848 Richard McKinney born c1821 in NB, died 19 Jan 1887, s/o Michael and Christianna McKinney: settled at Newburg, Northampton Parish, Carleton County and had five children. Source: MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #51, March 1992: George H. Hayward's Pioneer preacher - Rev. Seth Noble, pages 2-8; Issue #52, pages 2-8; Issue #53, pages 2-6.

NOBLE: James Noble of Edinburgh, Scotland, married (1st) Eliza Bapty of Glasgow, m. (2nd) - : came to NB and settled in York County. Children of first wife: 1) Robert Noble born 1809 at Edinburgh, m. Upper Magaguadavic, NB, Janet Sloan b. 1814 Dumfrieshire, Scotland, d. 1891, d/o John Sloan and Margaret Nicholson: 2) William Noble married and settled in NB: Children of second wife: 3) Adam Noble married and settled in NB: 4) James Noble: 5) George Noble born 1825, died 1874: 6) Mary Noble m. Mr. Carr: settled in Fredericton, NB: Source: MC1/Noble, 11 pages: John Sloan b. in Scotland, married Margaret Nicholson b. Dumfriesshire, Scotland: family came to NB and settled at Lake George, Prince William Parish, York County.

NOBLE: John Noble born c1757 in Virginia, USA, died 8 Apr 1846: he came to NB in 1873 as a Loyalist and settled on the South West Miramichi River in Northumberland County: he married after 1785 and had had a large family. Source: MC216 Kathleen Willis Williston fonds, MS 1B5 Biographies and notes on early settlers written by Mrs. Williston in 1947, 1 page: see entry for John Noble.

NOBLE: Joseph Noble born 13 Jun 1783 at New Market, NH, died c1869, s/o Seth Noble and Hannah Barker: m. on 9 Jun 1812 in Carleton County, Mary Ackerson born 23 Sep 1794 at Sheffield, Sunbury County, probably d/o Jacob Ackerson and Catherine Mills: first settled in Sheffield, then in 1811 moved to Lower Brighton,

Brighton Parish, Carleton County: Children born in Lower Brighton: 1) Sophia Jane Noble b. 9 Feb 1814, d. 11 May 1887, married 30 Apr 1835 in Carleton County, Alban Cole Estabrooks b. 12 May 1811 at Sheffield, NB, d. 12 May 1847, s/o Samuel Estabrooks and Myra Palmer: settled at Rockland, Brighton Parish and had five children: 2) Mary Ann Noble born 3 Sep 1815, d. 19 Jan 1895, married 11 May 1837 in Carleton County, Levi Handy Estabrooks born 29 Sep 1813 at Sheffield, NB, died 13 Apr 1882, s/o Samuel Estabrooks and Myra Palmer: they settled in Simonds Parish, Carleton County and had five children: 3) Seth Noble b. 14 Dec 1817, d. 11 Oct 1850: 4) Sarah Noble b. 16 Jul 1820, d. 1 Dec 1861, m. 2 Mar 1844 Charles Bubar b. 1813 probably at Maugerville, Sunbury County, d. 1 Oct 1894, s/o Stephen Bubar and Christianna McMullin: settled at Upper Brighton: four children: 5) Elijah Noble b. 28 Aug 1822, died before 1861, m. 27 Jan 1848 in Carleton County, Julia Ann Albright born 1 Apr 1825 in NB, possibly d/o Henry and Frances Albright: settled in Brighton Parish and had seven children: 6) Letitia Noble b. 22 Jul 1824, d. 31 Jul 1920 at Upper Woodstock, Carleton County: married on 10 Jul 1872 in Carleton County as his second wife, Jacob McShaffrey Craig b. 24 May 1800 in Woodstock, d. 8 Jun 1886 at Rockland, NB, s/o James Craig and Mary Blake: settled at Rockland but had no issue: 7) Joel Noble b. 29 Jul 1826, m. 8 Apr 1861 in Carleton Julia Ann (Albright) Noble, widow of his brother Elijah: 8) Benjamin B. Noble born 23 Jun 1828, m. 9 Aug 1856 in Carleton County, Lucretia Victoria A. Dickinson born c1838 in NB, probably the d/o William Dickinson and Louisa Jane Estabrooks: settled in Brighton Parish and had five children: 9) Hannah Noble b. 22 May 1831, died 25 Jan 1856, married 20 Dec 1854 in Carleton County, Archaelus Belyea born c1820 probably at Rockland, NB, s/o James Belyea and Mary Albright: had no issue. Source: MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #51, March 1992: George H. Hayward's Pioneer preacher - Rev. Seth Noble, pgs 2-8; Issue #52, pages 2-8: the widower Charles Bubar m. (2nd) 29 Oct 1862 in Carleton County, Hannah Mills b. - , d. before 1875: he m. (3rd) 23 Dec 1875 Mrs. Jane (Spurr) Clark b. c1824, d. 1902, widow of Richard S. Clark of Wakefield Parish, Carleton County: Jacob McShaffrey Craig m. (1st) Ann Shaw born 3 Jul 1802, d. 8 Jul 1871 at Rockland, NB, d/o Ammi Shaw and Hannah Dean: had ten children.

NOBLE: Seth Noble b. 15 Apr 1743 at Westfield, MA, died 15 Sep 1807 in Columbus, OH, s/o Thomas Noble and Sarah Root: he came to NB in 1774: settled at Maugerville, Sunbury County: m. (1st) in Nov 1775 at Maugerville, Hannah Barker b. 20 Feb 1759 at Rowley, MA, d. 16 Jun 1790 at Bangor, ME, d/o Joseph Barker and Sarah Palmer of Maugerville, NB and had five children: m. (2nd) 1793 at Bangor, ME, Miss Reumah Emory or Emery: had four children in USA: m. (3rd) 1807 in Ohio, Mrs. Mary Riddle: he left his family in NB and moved to New England during the war: he visited NB in 1791 just before the death of his first wife: family later went to Ohio: Children of first wife: 1) Seth Noble born 5 Aug 1777 at Sheffield, NB, died 20 Oct 1798 at sea off Boston,

MA: 2) Joseph Noble b. 13 Jun 1783 at New Market, NH, d. c1869, m. 9 Jun 1812 Mary Ackerson born 23 Sep 1794 at Sheffield, NB: first settled in Sheffield, then in 1811 moved to Brighton, Carleton County and had nine children: 3) Sarah Noble b. 1 Jun 1785 at Montgomery, MA, d. 15 Nov 1836, married 1 Nov 1804 in CT, Martin Bartholomew: settled in Montgomery, MA: 4) Benjamin Noble b. 25 Jun 1787, d. 12 Apr 1860: brought up in Sheffield, NB by his uncle Benjamin Barker: he settled in Brighton, Carleton County about 1813: married (1st) Susanna Currier b. - , died Feb 1841, d/o David Currier and Rebecca Morrell: had nine children: m. (2nd) 15 Mar 1845 Mrs. Christina Buber d/o Mr. McMullen b. - , died 25 Jan 1860 in Brighton, NB: had children: 5) Hannah Noble b. 11 Sep 1789, m. in USA. Sources: MC1286 Volume V Dictionary of Canadian Biography, pages 627- 628: see also MC80/562 Lucius M. Boltwood's History and genealogy of the family of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Massachusetts, pages 192, 211 to 212, 236 to 238: see also MC1396 George Hayward genealogical collection, MS7 Pioneer Preacher ­ Rev. Seth Noble, 13 pages.

NOBLE: Sylvanus Noble: he came from New Milford, CT to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled in Rothesay Parish, Kings County: the name of his wife is not provided: the only child mentioned was, Robert Noble b. c1788: settled in Springfield Parish, Kings County. Source: MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NODDIN: Michael Noddin b. 2 May 1772 Yorkshire, England s/o Michael Noddin who may first have lived in South Carolina before coming to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: m. 26 Feb 1799 Mary Ann Blakeney or Blakely b. 7 Feb 1779 d/o George and Deborah Blakeney: settled at New Canaan, Salisbury Parish, Westmorland County: Children: 1) David Noddin born 7 Dec 1800, died 15 Aug 1879, m. 10 Oct 1821 Mary Vincent b. 26 Apr 1798, d. 2 Jul 1882, d/o Isaac Vincent: settled near Coles Island in Johnston Parish, Queens County: 2) Robert Noddin b. 27 Apr 1801, d. 18 Jun 1889, m. (1st) 29 Nov 1823 Betsy Pineo, (2nd) Ruth Stevens Tupper b. in NS, d. 12 Oct 1881: to Crawford, ME: 3) Betsy Noddin b. 24 Mar 1803: 4) William Noddin born 25 Jan 1806, m. 11 Nov 1829 Esther Babcock: may have settled at Washademoak, NB: 5) Mary Noddin b. 2 Jan 1807, m. 31 Nov 1929 Gideon Babcock: settled on Campobello Island in Charlotte County: 6) Michael Noddin b. 11 Sep 1810, married Mary Harris b. 1812: settled in St. Stephen, Charlotte County: 7) James Noddin b. 24 Apr 1811, d. 29 Jun 1882, m. 24 Mar 1852 Roxanna Fisher: settled in Charlotte County before moving to Maine: 8) John Noddin b. 19 Apr 1813, d. 1890, m. Hannah Greenlaw b. c1818 at Bayside, NB, died 17 Aug 1890: lived at Upper Mills, NB:

9) Uz Noddin b. 25 Apr 1815, d. 10 Jul 1851, m. Velona - : to Baring, ME: 10) Isaac/Ira Noddin b. 25 Mar 1817, d. 17 Nov 1886, m. Sarah A. Foss d/o Ezra Foss b. Aug 1818 in Machias, ME, d. 25 Mar 1901: went to Baring, ME: 11) Chalmers Noddin b. 4 Jan 1819, m. (1st) Mary - , m. (2nd) Phoebe Riley: 12) Charles Noddin b. May 1821: 13) Caleb Noddin born 1823, died 1846. Source: MC1/Noddin #1,2, 30 pages: Mary Vincent was the granddaughter of Charles and Hannah (Burling) Vincent.

NOEL: Jean Noel s/o Benoit Noel and Agathe Parent: came from Quebec to NB and settled on Lamèque Island in Gloucester County: married (1st) 1796 at SaintThomas de Montmagny, QC, Geneviève Côté: married (2nd) 1812 Marie Parent: only child mentioned was, Joseph Noel born at Shippagan, Gloucester County, bp. 18 Apr 1819: m. Cécile Chiasson: had issue. Source: MC80/1100 Fidèle Thériault's Les familles de Caraquet, page 374.

NOLAN: Kyran Nolan born at Sheafield or Earlsbog, Gowran Parish, County Kilkenny, Ireland: m. 12 Jul 1844 in Ireland, Catherine Doyle of Clashwilliam Townland, Gowran Parish, bp. 4 Mar 1810 Gowran Parish, d/o Thomas Doyle and Grace Dunphy: they came to NB in Jul 1868 and settled at Nash Creek or Jacquet River, Durham Parish, Restigouche County: Children born in Gowran Parish, County Kilkenny: 1) Johanna Nolan b. 21 Dec 1844, d. 1929, bur. in Dalhousie: came to NB Jul 1868, m. at Nash Creek, William Lawlor born 1828, d. 1900: settled at Nash Creek and had nine children: 2) John D. Nolan b. 20 Dec 1847, d. 1920, buried in Dalhousie, married 1884 at Nash Creek, Catherine Doyle born 1848, d. 1933: they had three children: 3) James Nolan b. 24 Apr 1851: went to USA: 4) Catherine Nolan b. 1850: went to Boston, MA: m. Mr. O'Hara: no issue: 5) Grace Nolan baptized 21 Nov 1858: went to Boston, MA: married Thomas McDonald: had no issue. Source: MC80/2394 Carole Roberts' Doyles from County Kilkenny, Ireland to Jacquet River, New Brunswick, Canada 1776-1840, pages 10-11. NOLAN: see also NOWLAN

NOONAN: Cornelius Noonan b. 1816 in Ireland, m. Catherine - b. 1817 in Ireland: came to NB 1848: settled in Botsford Parish, Westmorland County: Children mentioned: 1) Ellen Noonan born 1842 in Ireland: 2) Charles Noonan b. 1844 in Ireland: 3) Jeremiah Noonan b. 1846 in Ireland:

4) Catherine Noonan b. 1848 in Ireland: 5) Elizabeth Noonan born 1850 in NB. Source: MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS1A: on microfilm reel F20981; see sheet for Cornelius Noonan.

NOONAN: Jeremiah Noonan b. 1814 in Ireland, m. Catherine - b. 1816 in Ireland: came to NB 1842: settled in Botsford Parish, Westmorland County: Children mentioned: 1) Charles Noonan b. 1841 in Ireland: 2) Mary Noonan born 1844 in NB: 3) Ellen Noonan born 1846 in NB: 4) Elizabeth Noonan b. 1846 in NB: 5) Margaret Noonan b. 1848 in NB: 5) Hannah Noonan born 1849 in NB. Source: MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS1A: on microfilm reel F20981; see sheet for Jeremiah Noonan.

NOONAN: John Noonan b. 1822 in County Limerick, Ireland, d. 9 Oct 1883: came from Ireland to USA in May 1849 and settled in Calais, Maine: married (1st) in Ireland, Joanna - b. c1830 in Ireland, d. before 1856: had one child in Ireland and four in Calais: married ( 2nd) c1856 Catherine Coyle born Feb 1825 in NB, d. 22 Apr 1909, d/o Henry Coyle: had four children: Only children connected to NB: 6) Anna/Annie Noonan b. c1858, died 25 Jan 1920 in St. Stephen, NB, m. 12 Jun 1889 at Calais, ME, Thomas Higgins b. 21 Oct 1851 in Calais, d. 11 Aug 1920 in Calais: settled in Calais: 8) James Henry Noonan b. Jun 1863 in Calais, ME, died 6 Jul 1907 in Calais, m. 27 Feb 1889 in Calais, Jane E. Inches of St. Stephen, born 27 Jan 1867 in St. Stephen, d. 27 Jun 1950 at Portland, ME, d/o James Inches and Charlotte Woffendale. Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks' Calais Maine families, page 117.

NORRAD: Martin Norrad b. 1775 at Hilverson, Holland: came to England at age 7 or 8: then came to NB as a stowaway: married Mary Ann McPherson: may have settled in York County: only child mentioned was, Robert Norrad b. 1801 in NB, m. Margaret McKeil born 1816: settled at Bloomfield Ridge, Stanley Parish, York County and had twelve children. Sources: MC80/2357 Shirley Spencer's Grandmother told me: stories of Winnifred Norrad pages 44-47: also see the York County census returns.

NORRIS: Robert Norris b. 24 May 1764 at Bath, Somersetshire, England: he first

came to NS, then came to NB in 1801: settled at Westfield, Kings County: he later returned to NS. Source: MC80/117 G. Herbert Lee's The first fifty years of the Church of England 1783-1833, pages 105-106.

NORSWORTHY: William Norsworthy b. c1806 in England, died after 1881 came to NB in 1829: first settled at Grand Lake, Queens County then in Grand Falls Parish, Victoria County: he married Margaret Drost born c1811 in NB, died before 1881: Children: 1) Phebe Norsworthy m. 3 Jun 1850 in Carleton County, George Gallagher: 2) Mary Jane Norsworthy b. 8 Mar 1833 at Grand Lake, Queens County, d. after 1901, m. 12 Aug 1850 Carleton County, Nathan Sparks b. 22 Oct 1826 at Salmon River, Queens County, d. after 1903: first settled in Bath, NB, then at Caribou, ME: they had seven children: 3) William Norsworthy b. 9 Oct 1840 in Queens County, m. 20 May 1865 in Carleton County, Mary Ann Dann b. 2 Nov 1847 in Queens County: they first settled in Drummond Parish, Victoria County and had nine children: moved to Woodland, ME: 4) Samuel Norsworthy b. c1844 in NB, m. 1892 Belle L. Roberts b. - , died before 1920: moved to USA in 1880: 5) Elizabeth Jane Norsworthy born c1847: 6) Rachel Anne Norsworthy born 8 Apr 1851, m. William Michael Taylor born 7 Sep 1841 on PEI: settled in Drummond Parish and had eight children. Sources: MC80/2377 Dale Wilcox's Notes on the ancestry of Gail Vertaline (Sullivan) Wilcox, pages 154-159: see the Victoria County census records: see also MC80/2432 Dale L. Wilcox's Descendants of Peter Drost the Loyalist, page 313.

NORTHRUP: Benajah Northrup born 27 Mar 1751/2, died 17 May 1838, s/o Eli and Abigail Northrup of Ridgefield, CT: m. (1st) 1770 Sarah Keeler born 17 Apr 1752, died 17 Jul 1812: m. (2nd) 24 Feb 1814 Rachel Fowler a widow from Kings County, born 17 Jul 1762 or 1765: settled in Milford, CT before the war: family came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: settled at Kingston Creek, Kingston Parish, Kings County: Children: 1) Sarah Northrup born 10 Dec 1771, d. 3 Apr 1839, m. 9 Dec 1790 John Lyon Jr. b. 8 Jul 1762, d. 5 Apr 1845: 2) Joanna Northrup born 6 Apr 1773, married Joseph Benedict: 3) Zadock Northrup b. 4 Feb 1775 in CT, married 17 Feb 1801 Charlotte Worden b. 4 Mar 1781 d/o Jarvis Worden: settled at Bull Moose Hill and had eleven children: 4) Gamaliel Northrup b. 20 Feb 1777, d. May 1866, married 13 Mar 1798 in Waterborough, Queens County, NB, Jerusha Morrell born 23 Nov 1779 d/o Thomas C. Morrell: settled at Bull Moose Hill: 5) Mary Northrup born 18 Oct 1781, died 19 Jun 1782: 6) William Northrup born 7 Oct 1783, d. 14 Dec 1784: 7) William Northrup b. 19 Jun 1785, died 20 Apr 1827, m. 20 Mar 1811 Ann Cox born 1789, d. 13 Jan 1829: they settled at Bull Moose Hill: 8) John Anson Northrup b. 15 Mar 1787, d. 22 Oct 1869, m. (1st) 9 Jan 1809 at

Belleisle, Kings County, Mary Ann Cox b. - , d. 2 Jul 1841: had twelve children: m. (2nd) c1843 Mary Carey: 9) Margaret/Mary Northrup born 14 Jan 1789, d. Sep 1874, m. 17 Jan 1808 John McKenzie: 10) Eli Northrup b. 1 Jan 1791, died 20 Jan 1860, m. (1st) 4 Dec 1811 Nancy Mills born 12 Jan 1789, died 2 Jun 1842, m. (2nd) 29 Jan 1843 Jane C. Britain born c1804, died 9 Dec 1867: 11) Benjamin Keeler Northrup born 3 Jan 1793, m. Catherine Hornstead and moved to NY about 1839: 12) James Sturgis Northrup born on 1 Sep 1795, died 25 Nov 1865, m. 8 Jan 1818 Susannah Cox b. 2 Feb 1799, d. 29 Mar 1868: had eleven children: 13) Abigail Northrup born 27 Apr 1797, d. 9 Mar 1868, married 27 Jan 1825 Elnathan Benson: 14) David Northrup b. 1800, d. 1802. Sources: MC1/Northrup #1, 20 pages: see MC80/565 Ernest G.C. Graham's Genealogy of Northrups, Barters and Bensons of Springfield, NB, pages 4 to 23: there are differences in the birth dates and names of children listed in these sources: see also MC80/1285 Loyalist lineages of Canada 1783-1983, pages 475 to 476: see also MC80/1380 Ethel C. Chubbuck's Thomas Morrell, U.E. Loyalist and some of his descendants: see also MC80/2348 Cleadie B. Barnett et. al. Loyalist families, pages 31-32: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 201-202: see also MC211 Raymond P. Gorham fonds, MS 4/4/3 (File 1) Notes on Loyalist settlers in Kingston: see also MC1215 Northrup family genealogy, MS1: see RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Nicholson family, microfilm F11088, 18 pages.

NORTHRUP: David W. Northrup b. c1815 in NB, married Elizabeth - b. c1824 in County Donegal, Ireland, d. 9 Jan 1869: settled in Springfield Parish, Kings County: Children: 1) Mary J. Northrup b. c1841 in NB: 2) Nancy Northrup b. c1844, died 24 Jul 1846: 3) William E. Northrup born c1846 in NB: 4) David W. Northrup born c1850 in NB: 5) Abraham G. Northrup b. c1852 in NB: 6) John W. Northrup born c1854 in NB: 7) Christopher N. Northrup b. c1858. Sources: MC80/2326 John R. Elliott's Gone but not forgotten: cemetery inscriptions of Kings County, New Brunswick, Volume 4: Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Springfield, Kings County, page 276: also see Kings County census.

NORTON: John Clarke Norton b. 24 Feb 1863 at Richmond Hill, London, England, d. 7 Sep 1919, s/o John Norton and Martha Clarke: came to NB in 1871 and settled in Saint John: married 5 Oct 1891 at Saint John, Mary Agnes Harvey born 18 May 1872 at Salmon Creek, Johnston Parish, Queens County, d. 31 Mar 1949, d/o Charles Thorne Harvey and Caroline Mary Brentnell:

Children born in Saint John: 1) Martha Agnes Norton b. 18 Aug 1892, d. 5 Mar 1953 in Saint John, m. 11 Aug 1914 in Saint John, Herbert James Gates: 2) Lillian Louise Norton born 14 Nov 1894, d. 5 Apr 1981 at Lynn, MA, m. 20 Dec 1911 in Saint John, Edward South: 3) Myrtle Annie Norton b. 13 Nov 1896, died 21 Jul 1936 at Winnipeg, MB, married 5 Apr 1920 in Saint John, Walter A. Conley: 4) Rena Buffington Norton born 26 Nov 1898, d. 28 Apr 1976 at Cornwall, ON, m. (1st) 4 Jan 1921 Charles Smith, m. (2nd) Joseph Robert or Fobert: 5) Hazel May Norton b. 6 May 1901, d. 1 Nov 1965 in Saint John, m. 3 Oct 1923 in Saint John, Harry Johnston: 6) Jennie Isabella Norton born 2 Jun 1903, m. 5 Sep 1925 Frank Arthur Priddle: 7) Madelyn Beatrice Norton b. 5 Nov 1905, m. 21 Dec 1931 in Saint John, Frederick Thomas Bedford: 8) Nan Christena Norton b. 5 Nov 1905, d. 15 Aug 1935 at Vanceboro, ME: 9) William John Norton born 10 Aug 1908, died Oct 1984 at McAdam, NB, married at McAdam, Josephine Short: 10) Marion Elizabeth Norton b. 7 Mar 1911, d. 3 Mar 1972 at Sanford, ME, married 20 Dec 1931 at Sanford, ME, Orlando Wiley: 11) Helen Winnifred Norton b. 19 Jun 1915, d. 15 Mar 1983 at Toronto, ON, married 26 Feb 1935 at Fredericton, Raymond Segee. Sources: MC1/Harvey, 20 pages: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 21-22: see MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 202-203: the widow Mary (Harvey) Norton married (2nd) John Clifford of McAdam, NB.

NORTON: Thomas Norton b. c1798 in Ireland, d. 9 Mar 1864 in Newcastle, NB: came to NB in 1820: settled at Chatham Head, Northumberland County: married Elsa or Alice - : Children mentioned: 1) John Norton b. c1839: 2) Thomas Norton Jr. born c1842, d. 29 Jan 1920, m. 30 May 1864 Hannah J. Peabody, born 12 Feb 1844, died 9 Apr 1912, d/o George Selim Peabody and Margaret Fraser: they settled at Trout Brook in North Esk Parish and had eight children. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pages 346-347.

NORWOOD: John M. Norwood b. c1817 in County Armagh, Ireland, d. 15 May 1882: came to NB in 1840 and settled in St. Stephen, Charlotte County: m. Nancy born c1825 in USA: Children: 1) Eliza Jane Norwood b. c1847 in NB: 2) Martha A. Norwood b. c1848 in NB: 3) Samuel Norwood born c1849 in USA: 4) Amelia Norwood born c1852 in NB: 5) Charlotte Norwood born c1855 in Ireland:

6) Edward Norwood b. c1857 in Ireland: 7) Thomas Norwood b. c1859 NB. Sources: MC80/2089 N.B.G.S. Charlotte County Branch: St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, page 138: also see the Charlotte County census records.

NOWLAN: Jacob Nowlan born c1837 in Scotland, d. 20 Apr 1908: came to NB about 1862 and first settled in Kings County, then in Elgin Parish, Albert County: m. 9 Oct 1864 at Norton, Kings County, Margaret Jane Lackey born c1840 in NB, died 1916: Children born in Kings County: 1) Eleanor Nowlan born c1866 died in her teens: 2) Samuel Nowlan b. c1868, m. 1892 Margaret Laird: 3) Peter Nowlan b. 12 Apr 1870, d. 1902 in Elgin, NB: 4) Mary Ann Nowlan b. c1872, married George Laird: 5) James Nowlan d. as infant: 6) Sarah Nowlan born 1874, d. at Washington, USA, m. Clarence Swanger: 7) Joseph Winslow Nowlan b. 15 May 1878, died 25 Apr 1970 at Elgin, NB, married in 1910 Mercy Jane Bannister born 19 Nov 1893, died 31 Jan 1954: 8) Catherine Nowlan b. 29 Sep 1881, died 26 Apr 1947 at Elgin, NB, m. 22 May 1897 Joseph Hamilton Kyle born 4 Jun 1869 at Alma, NB, died 12 Jul 1945 at Elgin, NB. Source: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 216.

NOWLAN: James Nowlan was a native of Waterford, Ireland, b. 21 Jul 1787, died 24 Apr 1840: came to NB and settled at Sussex, Kings County: m. Mary Crawford b. 1787, d. 20 Oct 1850: only child mentioned was, James William Nowlan born 4 Nov 1818 at Sussex, NB, d. 26 Mar 1900, m. (1st) 7 Mar 1840 Miriam Hayward born 25 Jul 1822, d. 7 Nov 1842, d/o David Hayward of Kings County: had one son and one daughter: married (2nd) 9 Oct 1845 Leah Gillis b. 1824, d. 5 Feb 1824, d/o Jesse Gillis: had one son and one daughter: m. (3rd) 12 Jun 1851 Abigail Hayward b. 14 Feb 1846 d/o David Hayward: had five sons and four daughters. Source: MC1156 Graves Papers: James William Nowlan.

NOWLAN: John Nowlan b. - in Ireland, died after 1835, m. Ann - : came to NB: settled at Upper Halcomb, North Esk Parish, Northumberland County: Children: 1) Michael Nowlan b. c1802 in Ireland, d. 2 Nov 1878, m. 29 Jun 1840 Mary Maddock b. 1821 in Ireland, d. 18 Jan 1897, d/o Patrick Maddock and Mary Merigan: first settled at Upper Halcomb, then at Stillwater, MN by 1851: they had at least four children: 2) Patrick Nowlan b. in Ireland, d. after 1842: 3) Catherine Nowlan b. in Ireland, d. after 1844, m. (1st) c1817 James Dunn born in Ireland, d. after 1826: settled in Upper Halcomb and had five children: m. (2nd) 22 Jun

1828 James Barron born in Ireland: settled at Upper Halcomb and had five children: 4) Ann Nowlan b. c1814, d. 1890, m. George Sutton born 29 Aug 1806, died 22 Mar 1888, s/o George Sutton and Elizabeth Murphy: 5) Mary Nowlan born c1816, d. 1834, m. Daniel Phelan. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pages 347-348: name also spelled Nolan.

NOWLAN: John Nowlan born 1 Oct 1826 in PEI, d. Jun 1904: came to NB in 1850: settled at Sunny Corner, North Esk Parish, Northumberland County: met Mary Jane Payne b. c1831 USA, d. 1919 in Bryenton, NB, d/o Samuel Payne and Sarah Ealey and had a son, William Alexander Payne b. 1 Apr 1850 and raised by her grandparents: married 29 Jun 1851 at Red Bank, Mary Matchett born 28 Jul 1830 in Sunny Corner, died 15 Sep 1913, d/o William Matchett and Mary Fraser: Children born at Sunny Corner: 1) Joanna Nowlan b. 1851, d. before 1901, married c1871 at Red Bank, John Dunn b. c1829, d. 22 Apr 1910, s/o William Dunn and Bridget Findlay: had four children: 2) Margaret Jane Nowlan b. Jul 1853, d. 27 Oct 1925, m. James W. Leach born 19 Feb 1847, died 13 Jul 1921, s/o Jane Allison: they had ten children: 3) William Henry Nowlan born 11 Apr 1855, d. 14 Mar 1937, m. Mary Jane Stewart b. c1859, died 1 Oct 1831, d/o William Stewart and Mary Sherrard: settled at Sunny Corner and had ten children: 4) Margaret Nowlan b. 1856, died unmarried Oct 1925 at Sunny Corner: 5) John Nowlan b. Feb 1857, d. young: 6) John Nowlan b. Apr 1858, d. after 1871: 7) Alfred Nowlan born 6 Jun 1861, d. Jan 1913, m. 28 Aug 1894 at Red Bank, Sophia Fitzgerald b. 25 Jun 1869 Curventon, NB, d. 23 Jan 1935, d/o James Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Ann McLean: they settled at Sunny Corner and had four children: 8) Louise Nowlan b. 2 Jan 1864, d. 20 Aug 1940 in Halcomb, m. 29 Dec 1883 in Red Bank, John Johnson Harris b. 30 Mar 1859, d. 3 Jun 1933, s/o James Harris and Margaret Sutherland: had nine children: 9) James Nowlan b. 11 Mar 1865, d. 22 May 1924, married 9 Feb 1889 at Red Bank, Elizabeth Jane McAllister b. 8 Apr 1869, d. 7 Nov 1957, d/o William McAllister and Jane Matchett: settled at Sunny Corner and had nine children: 10) Hannah May Nowlan born 22 Sep 1867, died after 1881: 11) Francis Allan Nowlan born 31 Mar 1870, d. 1946, married Isabella Cain born c1864, d. 25 Oct 1956, d/o Anthony Cain and Isabella Russell: settled at Sunny Corner and had five children. Sources: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pgs. 348- 349: see also MC80/2689 Miramichi Branch of the NBGS, Some first families of the Miramichi, 2 pages.

NOWLAN: Michael Nowlan came from Waterford, Ireland to USA, then to Digby, NS, then to NB: he settled in Sussex Vale, Kings County: had a son Michael Nowlan Jr. b. 1788, d. 1840: settled in Sussex Vale. Source: MC80/1 Grace Aiton's The story of Sussex and vicinity, page 37: see also

MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NOWLAN: Michael Nowlan born c1775 in County Tipperary, Ireland, died 1 Jun 1850, m. Eleanor - b. c1775 in County Donegal, Ireland, d. 1 Apr 1858: came to NB Jun 1823: settled near New Ireland in Alma Parish, Albert County: Children: 1) Martha Nowlan b. in Ireland, m. c1820 John Houston: had two children: 2) James Nowlan b. c1815 in Ireland, died unm. after 1872 : settled in New Ireland, NB: 3) Mary Ann Nowlan born c1817 in Ireland, buried 20 Nov 1895. Sources: MC80/1617 Cemetery transcriptions: Kings-Albert counties: also see the Albert County census: see also MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, page 200. NOWLAN see also NOLAN

NUGENT: Hugh Nugent b. 21 Nov 1801 in County Down, Ireland, d. 1 Nov 1856: came to NB and settled on Black River Road in Saint John: m. 10 Aug 1837 in Saint John, Mary Jane Morrison born 9 Mar 1815 in County Down, Ireland, died 15 Jun 1901: Children born in Saint John: 1) Mary Ann Nugent born 1 Jun 1838, d. 15 Nov 1857: 2) Eliza Nugent b. 23 Dec 1839, d. 8 Mar 1867 at Saint John, m. 27 Jun 1862 at Saint John, James MacWilliams of Carleton (Saint John): 3) Jane Nugent b. 6 Jul 1841, died 27 Jul 1864 at Saint John, m. 2 Oct 1860 at Saint John, Charles Stewart of Hampton, NB: 4) Caroline Nugent born 14 Sep 1842, d. 6 May 1867, m. 7 May 1863 at Saint John, William MacConnel of Saint John: 5) John Nugent b. 29 Mar 1844, d. 6 Dec 1914, m. 10 Oct 1867 at Saint John, Hannah Pickard Kinread of Saint John, born 2 Mar 1846, d. 6 Jul 1929, d/o John Kinread and Ann Peters: settled in Moncton: had at least four children: 6) Harriet Nugent born 27 Sep 1845, d. 17 Sep 1868: 7) Thomas Nugent b. 27 Jul 1847, d. 1935, m. 5 Dec 1877 at New York City, Emma Wroth and had issue: 8) Margaret Nugent born 17 Apr 1849, d. 4 Nov 1867: 9) Robert Nugent born 23 Nov 1850, died 12 Nov 1853: 10) William Nugent b. 4 Dec 1852, d. unm. 16 Jul 1891: 11) Agnes A. Nugent born 20 Dec 1854, d. 2 Nov 1870: 12) Hugh Nugent born 6 Jan 1857, died 15 Aug 1859. Sources: MC80/2035 Joan N. MacNintch's The descendants of John Nugent, New Brunswick, Canada: the widow Mary Jane (Morrison) Nugent married (2nd) at Saint John, John Moore of Simonds Parish, Saint John County: see also MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, pages 182 to 183.

NUGENT: Robert Nugent born 1825, d. 18 Dec 1866: settled in Saint John: m. 18 Nov 1854 in Saint John, Sarah Eliza McWilliams born 1829 in County Down, Ireland, d. 4 Nov 1859: she came to NB in 1847. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 183.

NUTTER: Christopher Nutter b. in Ireland, d. 14 Sep 1876: he came to NB in 1818 and settled in Kingston Parish, Kings County: m. 18 Sep 1821 Maria Sophia Dunham b. - , d. 3 Sep 1906: Children: 1) William Lee Nutter b. 1823, d. 27 Feb 1857: 2) John Nutter b. 1824, d. 19 Nov 1827: 3) Jane Nutter baptized on 13 Nov 1827: 4) Harriet Ann Nutter b. c1830, d. unm. 2 Jul 1886: 5) Maria Sophia Nutter bp. 9 May 1840: 6) George Nutter b. 1835, d. 14 May 1840: 7) Edward Nutter b. 1838, d. 11 May 1840. Source: MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Nutter, 1 page.

NUTTER: John Nutter came from Ireland in 1818 and settled in Greenwich Parish, Kings County: m. Jane - b. - , d. before 1851: Children mentioned in will: 1) William Nutter b. in Ireland, m. Ann - : settled in Greenwich, Kings County: they had issue: 2) Christopher Nutter b. in Ireland, d. 14 Sep 1876, m. 18 Sep 1821 Maria Sophia Dunham b. - , d. 3 Sep 1906: had issue: 3) Thomas Nutter b. in Ireland, d. 10 Apr 1872, married Ann/Agnes Hoyt: 4) Robert Nutter: 5) Elizabeth Nutter: 6) Jane Nutter: 7) John Nutter b. - , d. 25 Apr 1837, m. 15 Feb 1831 Elizabeth Taylor of Norton, Kings County: had issue. Source: MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Nutter, 1 page.

NUTTER: Theodore Nutter b. 1804 in USA, d. 1888: he came to NB in 1823 and settled in Saint George Parish, Charlotte County: m. Ann Windsor Linton born 1816 in NB, died 1907, d/o Aaron Linton and Eunice Greenlaw: Children mentioned: 1) Alzaida Nutter (female) b. 1833 in NB: 2) Eunice Nutter born 1834:

3) Sinnot Nutter (female) born 1836: 4) Statira Nutter born 1838: 5) Theodore Nutter b. 1840: 6) Melissa Ann Nutter b. 1844, d. 1922, m. John Alvia Brockway born 1840 in York County, died 1914, s/o Alvia Brockway and Mary Stewart: settled in York County and had issue: 7) Phoebe Nutter born 1845: 8) Elizabeth Nutter b. 1848. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 169-170: also see the Charlotte County census returns.

NUTTER: Thomas Nutter born 1807 in Ireland, died 10 Apr 1872: came to NB in May 1818 and settled at Kingston, Kings County: m. 29 Mar 1836 Ann Hoyt b. 1814 in NB of British and Loyalist ancestry: Children mentioned: 1) John Nutter bp. 16 Jul 1837 in NB, m. 3 Nov 1879 Elizabeth Wickliffe: 2) Sarah Jane Nutter bp. 27 Sep 1839, m. 16 Feb 1870 Henry Currie: 3) George Thomas Nutter bp. 4 Jul 1841, m. 1876 Elizabeth Walton: 4) Mary Lavinia Nutter bp. 17 Sep 1843, d. 2 Nov 1854: 5) Alfred Raymond Nutter bp. 15 Mar 1846, d. 5 Oct 1847: 6) Harriet Lucretia Nutter bp. 21 Sep 1851: 7) Esther A. Nutter b. 1848: 8) Alfred Wellesley Wellington Nutter bp. 16 Mar 1856: 9) Annie Nutter: 10) Wilmot Nutter. Source: MC80/360 Acadiensis Vol VIII, No. 2, April 1908, Epitaphs: Church of England Graveyard, Kings County, NB, pg 133: also see the Kings County census returns: see also MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Nutter, 1 page.

NUTTER: William Nutter b. in Ireland: came to NB in 1818 and settled in Greenwich Parish, Kings County: m. Ann - b. - , d. before 1851: Children: 1) Ann Nutter bp. 18 Sep 1825, m. 28 Sep 1846 John Currie: 2) John Nutter bp. 1 Oct 1825: 3) Sydney Nutter bp. 28 Feb 1830: 4) Jane Nutter born 31 Aug 1831: 5) Elizabeth Nutter bp. 18 Jan 1834: 6) Mary Nutter b. c1836, m. Thomas Smith of Blissville, NB: 7) James Nutter b. c1839: 8) William Nutter b. c1841, m. Rachel Coram. Source: MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Nutter, 1 page.

NUTTING: John Nutting or Knutton b. 1742 Barmsley, Yorkshire, England, died

28 Jul 1827: came to America before 1774 and first settled in Boston, MA then at Penobscot, ME then to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Saint John: m. 1802 Mrs. Margaret Blair b. 1757, in Paisley, Scotland, died 23 Aug 1829, widow of David Blair: Only children mentioned: 1) John Nutting b. - , became a lieutenant in the Royal Artillery: 2) Miss Nutting b. - , m. 1808 in Saint John, Rev. Roger Viets. Source: MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

NUTTING: Joseph Nutting b. 1758 Westminster, London, England, died 25 Apr 1826: m. Mary - b. 1760 in Glasgow, Scotland, died 4 Oct 1848: they came to NB in 1784 and settled in Saint John: Only children mentioned: 1) Sarah Nutting b. 1784, d. 25 Oct 1852, m. 9 Jan 1804 in Saint John, John Kenney b. 1783, d. 1 Apr 1854: settled in Saint John and had seven children: 2) Mary Nutting b. 1795 as the fourth daughter, died 13 Feb 1875, m. 22 Nov 1829 in Saint John, as his second wife, David Collins b. 1800, d. 17 Feb 1885: 3) Lydia Hannah Nutting m. James Holder. Sources: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, pgs. 182-183: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

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