OUR BUILT HERITAGE
THEN AND NOW PHOTOS OF PRE-1900 HOMES
692-696 Union Street - John Neill property, house served McMurray/Sewell/Ward Cunningham/Spiro families
92-94 St. Mary’s Street - occupied by the family of Mullin/Estabrooks
119 St. Mary’s Street - Walter McFarlane/George & Ashley Colter/Elwood Burtt/Charles Hughes home
68 River Street - Robert Rankine Co./Alexander Gibson/White Row house
125 Riverside Drive - Pepper/Ferguson/Byron Lawrence home
71 Douglas Ave. - Logan/Jarvis/Brewer/Currie/Seymour/Clowater home
Lower St. Marys - Ensign Thomas Gill/Samuel Lean/Richard Bird home
Douglas - Norman Hallett/Sandy Dunphy home
NASHWAAKSIS SCHOOL HISTORY 1948-98
Memories of principals, teachers, & students. Interviews are grouped by decade and
provide insight into life at the school. Includes building construction details and
background on the school’s principals.
MCFARLANE WAGON FACTORY
From 1830 to 1933, in buildings on current day Main Street, made wagons
and industrial machines. Some family geneaology.
FREDERICTON NORTH NOTABLES
1790 – 1821 Owner of land that now includes Marysville, Gibson & Barkers Point.
He was also a leading businessman, farmer & politician.
KEN CORBETT, ATHLETE
Barkers Point’s NB Boxing Champ, Cdn Rifle Team Champ, Maritime Track Champ,
UNB Rugby Team Captain & Varsity basketball team member, Engineer, & RCAF Pilot.
Based on Mike O’Brien’s Fredericton North article.
E. M. YOUNG’S 1936 VISIT OF WWI BATTLEFIELDS & GRAVESITES
His diary record of the voyage to Europe, Buckingham Palace Reception, and bus tours to
Vimy and other sites, where thousands of other Canadian citizens served.
MEMORIES OF CHILDHOOD
Mary (Ebbett) Murch’s account of growing up in Devon during the 1930’s & 1940’s.
ST. MARY’S PARISH TAX ASSESSMENT LIST of 1845
Tax roll of land owners starting from Stanley, down the Nashwaak River
to Durham, Marysville, & Devon. It notes who was also listed on 1851 Census.
FREDERICTON NORTH CATHOLICISM
321 YEARS OF CHURCH HISTORY - The chapel at the 1692 French Fort Nashwaak,
to the establishment of an Irish parish in 1887, to the present day St. Anthony’s Church in Devon.
Remembering our past has been an objective of the Fredericton North Heritage Association since its inception. Early on it was decided to record the north side history in written form. The FNH Journal, created in 2011 was designed, compiled and written by FNHA members. The editors have been Bob McNeil, Fred White and Diana Moore. The journals still in stock and the 2016 journal will be available for sale at the 2016 Fredericton North Heritage Fair (April 30) otherwise please contact Bob McNeil at 472-9757 for your copy. Click on each cover to enlarge - click on each year to see the Table of Contents for each journal.
Our Built Heritage
A New Bride’s Adventure from Cardigan Settlement to Shanghai and Back
Danny Grant & Buster Harvey
South Devon Elementary School 1957-2012
Gibson - Neill Memorial Elementary School
Website for Fredericton North Communities
A History of Marysville’s Alexander Gibson Memorial School
Sunset Drive Farm
Fred Galloway - Survivor, Adventurer, Railway Man
The Currie Mountain Treasure
Employees of the Canada Eastern Railway 1886-1995
Events Hosted at the York Arena
Maugerville 250 Celebrations
Irish Settlement on the St. John River at Barkers Point
Landing Barges Built in Nashwaaksis
South Devon Mementos to Alexander Gibson
The Hildebrand Farm
All Aboard the Elm Valley Railway
Methodist Church in Nashwaaksis
A Truly Amazing Woman - Greta (Young) Ebbett
My WWII Air Force Service Memoirs
Harry Gill- Devon War Hero
The York Arena
Retirement Photo of Dan Mountain Sr.
Letter from the Editors
The Fletcher House in Barkers Point
The McManus Sisters’ Cozy Home by the River
The Carlisle / Grasse Estate in Douglas
The Pugh Homestead at Forty-eight Hill Court
The Captain Harding House in Lower St. Mary’s
A Most Impressive House in Marysville
A Scottish Fort?
A Brief History of the Gill Family Businesses
Excerpts from “Nashwaaksis, As I remember it as a Boy”
An Island in the Nashwaak
A Soldier Writes Home in 1917
Belgian and Soldiers Relief Society / Programme
Veterans of Fredericton North Who Served in World War I
Five Brothers from South Devon Who Fought in World War I
Monuments in Marysville to Alexander “Boss” Gibson