Brunswick; Our Stories, Our People
- nice new site dedicated to the history of both New
Brunswick and early Acadia. Available in both English
Mondial Acadien 2004: The official web site
of the 400th anniversary celebrations being held in
Nova Scotia in 2004. Lots to see on this site. Includes
complete listings of the various Acadian family renunion
dates, conference dates, history, and lots more.
Acadian Cultural Society: The Acadian Cultural Society
is devoted to the study, preservation and promotion
of Acadian heritage and genealogy among individuals
of Acadian descent, and serves as a resource for the
exchange of Acadian information.
Family Reunion 2004: The
area around the Town of Annapolis Royal, the Port Royal
Historic Site and the Melanson Settlement site will
be THE PLACES to be for the Melansons. La société
de la réunion de la famille Melanson 2004/MELANSON
FAMILY REUNION 2004 SOCIETY is inviting anyone with
a family connection to Pierre and his descendants to
be here from August 2 to 5, 2004.
Brunswick Genealogical Society Inc.: a non-profit
organization founded in 1978 to encourage and facilitate
family historical research in New Brunswick, Canada
Brunswick Gen Web: a great site by Tony LeBlanc
that can provide you free access to online genealogical
information to further your New Brunswick research.
This site has many great resources for those that decend
from the Acadians that made New Bruncwick their home
||Melanson/Melancon Genforum Page:
Message bulletin board site for Melansons/Melancons.
||Nova Scotia GenWeb:
Another well done Acadian/Nova Scotian related page
providing loads of links to history, genealogy and databases.
You need to check out in order to see what all they
Pays de la Sagouine: Viola's website dedicated to
her renowned Acadian stage character, La Sagouine. She's
also my first cousin, 1x removed. Great lady too!
||Acadian Genealogy Homepage:
The name says it all. Also contains Cajun links. The
longest running Acadian-Cajun site of it's type on the
net. Contains lots of new stuff such as detailed links
listings, rating system for your favorite sites (see
link #14 below), plus it's rich with history and surname
National Historic Site homepage: Lots of stuff
for those that want to learn more about Grand-Pré.
Royal, National Historic Site homepage: another
Parks Canada site (as above) dealing with loads of info
on Port Royal and its history in the heartland of old
||Cyndi's Genealogy Link List:
Genealogy site containing over 60,000 genealogy related
links plus a book store to boot - this site has really
grown over the last few years and is a real asset to
& Parks Canada, NB: Acadian Culture: Lots of
info on New Brunswick's history, places to visit, maps,
de Memramcook: the official web site of the Villiage
of Memramcook, New Brunswick, one of the oldest southeasten
New Brunswick Acadian settlements. English version coming
Archives of New Brunswick: Accessible database of
births, marriages, deaths, land grants, cemeteries,
etc. straight from the Provincial records. No fee for
Site - One of the older and more comphrehensive
Acadian-Cajun related web sites. This one will keep
you busy for a while.
||LDS Family History-search
Site: Mormon Church searchable database of thousands
of surnames, including ours - mostly American names
here but some work has been submitted for our Acadian
folks. Beware of some submissions for the Melanons/Melançons
- many misleading items in regards to the early Melansons.
Minudie Heritage Association:
site offering some history about the Acadians and their
coming to Minudie.
Acadian Memorial: A Louisianna-based web site dedicated
to the Acadian culture and heritage.
Articles written by the late Father D'Entremont:
Transcripts of 100 articles written by Father Clarence-J.
d'Entremont, which were published in The Vanguard in
1989 and 1990. Hours worth of reading. Note:
These transciptions may contain errors and the name
of the transcriber is not given.