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Harnet/Arnet? New Brunswick Canada 1800s
Posted by: Rogine Yveline Date: August 04, 2000 at 12:12:29
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Hi,

I am tracing Harnett & Roach ancestors who were living in New Brunswick, Canada in the late 1800s. Most of the family emigrated to the States. Some settled in Oregon, some settled in New England.

Here is the information I have :
William ROACH and Margaret HARNETT (or Maggie, Marguerite, HAWETT, HARRIETT) were living in Kouchibouguac area, Kent county, New Brunswick, Canada. They had several children there :
Joseph ROACH b. 03/15/1888
Marguerite Mathilde ROACH b. 05/24/1890
Ann (Annie) ROACH b. 06/20/1890 Main River, NB, Canada. She married a SULLIVAN
Mary Albena ROACH b. 12/28/1893
Leonard ROACH (my husband's grandfather) twin b. 12/29/1895 in Richibucto, NB, Canada. He married Albina BOURGEOIS
Mary Athena ROACH twin b. 12/28/1895 Main River, NB, Canada. She became a head nurse in Boston and had 4 sets of twins
Ellen ROACH b. 05/30/1899 Chapel Point, NB, Canada
Dave b.?
Tillie b. ?

I realize some of the dates sound strange, but this is how they are listed on New Brunswick birth records.

Does anybody have information about this line? Any lead for me?

Thanks,
Yveline




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