Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Vital Statistics: Birth, Marriages, Deaths in New Brunswick

Provincial Archives New Brunswick

Provincial_Archives_New_Brunswick
The New Brunswick provincial archives features an online search for vital statistics.
The records include:

Births

  • Index to Late Registration of Births 1810-1914
  • Index to Late Registration of Births: County Series 1869-1901
  • Index to County Birth Registers 1800-1913
  • Index to Provincial Registrations of Births 1898-1914

Marriages

  • Index to New Brunswick Marriages 1847-1959

Deaths

  • Index to County Death Registers 1885-1921
  • Provincial Returns of Deaths 1815-1919
  • Index to Death Certificates 1920-1959
A copy can be acquired for a fee per record. It is also possible to view the complete record.
The microfilm number is included in the index, along with the reference codes. The films can be viewed at the Provincial Archives in Fredericton, or at a library participating in the inter-library or inter-archives microfilm loan program.

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
P. O. Box 6000
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
E3B 5H1.

The  entry page for the Provincial Archives New Brunswick is here: http://archives.gnb.ca

The link to the Vital Statistics (Birth, Marriages, Deaths) search page is here.

Search American based Obituaries here



Comments

2 Responses to “Vital Statistics: Birth, Marriages, Deaths in New Brunswick”
  1. Ferrin Leavitt says:

    I desire to express my gratitude for the site “Births, Marriages, Deaths in New Brunswick.” The site was easy to find. The way that the data is organized makes it easy to research. Original docuements such as marriage or birth certificates are easy to read. This site is a great resource to all those that have ancestors in New Brunswick.

    Thank you again so very much!

    Ferrin

    P.S. we raised one of the New Brunswick lads…he and his family had come to Alberta …only a few years after arriving our lad lost both his mother and father when he was three years old. He was put in the Father Lacombe orpanage in Calgary with his five brothers…our lad came to us at age 10 years. He passed away 1.5 years ago and we are now researching his ancestors as a gift to his surviving wife.

  2. Hi Ferrin,
    Thank you very much for your kind comments. All the best with your research project.

    –Joan

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