Atlantic Canada Genealogy Project

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Lower Napan, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada



 


Notes: Located on the Napan River, 3.13 km SE of Loggieville, on the road to Black River Bridge: Glenelg Parish, Northumberland County: PO Napan 1871-1873: in 1866 "Napan" was a farming settlement with approximately 45 families, including 6 Dixon families: in 1871 it had a population of 150: PO Lower Napan 1882-1960: in 1898 Lower Napan had 1 post office, 1 sawmill, 1 church and a population of 400.
Location : Latitude: 47.052943, Longitude: -65.343548


Birth

Matches 1 to 6 of 6

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 GRAY, John Albion  Abt 1907Lower Napan, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada I38986
2 MACINNIS, Estella Ruth  12 May 1910Lower Napan, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada I52705
3 MACINNIS, Florence Rosella  25 Jan 1906Lower Napan, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada I52707
4 MACINNIS, Jennie Elizabeth  20 Jun 1913Lower Napan, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada I52704
5 MACINNIS, Mildred Phyllis  13 Dec 1914Lower Napan, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada I52703
6 TAYLOR, Nina Elva  23 Dec 1886Lower Napan, Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada I9592