Notes on New Brunswick Records and Searching Them:
For general enquiries, it is a difficult task to institute an in-depth search without knowing a place-name for your ancestor when researching the Canadian province of New Brunswick. Most records are arranged by town, or county locations. In some minor circumstances we have a few limited province-wide indexes that at the least will give us a distribution of the family name and most of these constitute pre-1900 information; at best, a pioneer ancestor might be located. This is always first priority, to locate the family, and these index searches are covered by the minimum retainer.


If you do know a place-name, you’ll receive some research and additional research suggestions based on information you’ve supplied. In this case, the minimum retainer covers evaluation of your information, a preliminary research plan, implementation of some basic research strategies and evaluation of those research results in the Report.