New Brunswick Irish Trail Research Centers
The Bathurst Area includes the counties of Gloucester and Restigouche. Research resources for these counties can be found at the Nepisiguit Family History Research Centre, located in the basement of the Bathurst Heritage Museum. more….
Charlotte County Area
The two largest communities in the Charlotte County area are St. Andrews and St. Stephens. There are rich resources for the pursuit of Irish-related research. more….
The Fredericton Area includes York, Sunbury and Queen’s counties. As the Capital City of New Brunswick, Fredericton is the location of the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick which contains the most comprehensive holdings of historic and genealogical research materials in the province. more….
Miramichi City, Northumberland County, is the home of St. Michael’s Museum and Genealogy Centre, containing many interesting research materials related to the Irish in New Brunswick. more….
The Moncton Area includes the counties of Westmorland, Albert and Kent, each of which was significant in terms of Irish settlement and influence on the development of New Brunswick. Several facilities are available to pursue Irish-related research activities in the Moncton area. more….
Saint John Area
The Saint John Area research centres include those found in Kings and Saint John counties. For a listing of sites and information on their hours of operation and collections they hold, please enter here…
Upper St. John River Area
Carleton, Victoria and Madawaska counties are included in the Upper St. John River Valley area. While Irish-related research centres are fewer in these counties, they do indeed exist! more…