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His Majesty's Royal West India Rangers
62 soldier-settlers and their families settled in upper St. John River valley, New Brunswick (now part of Canada) in 1819. Includes place of birth, age, physical description, family composition for each soldier. Extracted from Commissariat Record Book for Fort Presque Isle, New Brunswick, and cross referenced with the military Description Book (LDS film 859528).
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New Brunswick's War Memorials
A project to preserve information about War Memorials throughout Canada on the World Wide Web. The descriptions of these individual cenotaphs often includes names and other information on the dead which can be of interest to the genealogist.
The Aroostook War (1839)
Bloodless border conflict between Maine and New Brunswick. 10,000 Maine militiamen marched to the war zone, but no shots were fired.