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New Brunswick Team

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Welcome to the New Brunswick Team, a sub-team of the Atlantic Canada Team and part of the Canada Project.

This team covers New Brunswick from 1784 to present day. (For ancestors before this date, check out the Nova Scotia Team for 1713 to 1784, and the Acadians Project for dates before 1713.)

Team Leader: TBC

Team Members: David Hughey | Laurie Giffin | Doug McCallum | Sean Benjamin | Aaron Gullison | GR Gordon | Brad Cunningham | Lynn Marois | Susan O'Callaghan | Kathy Woodard | Michael Swift

Goal

The goal of the New Brunswick Team is to increase the presence and raise the standard of New Brunswick profiles on WikiTree.

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I'm interested in how I can get more involved with this sub-project. I'm not seeing the usual information on this sub-project page on "How to get involved" or regarding how the group communicates. Any information would be appreciated. I'm new-ish to Wikitree and just getting my feet wet but I'm very well versed on New Brunswick genealogy and have many lines with deep New Brunswick Roots. Let me know how I can get more involved with this team.
posted by Matthew Evans
I am searching for a male Van Wart willing to take a Y-dna test to explore a possible link with the Van Weert's in the Netherlands. My Y-dna is R1b-A8043 which is quite specific (unique). There is another van Weert Y-dna which originated in the Dutch Province of Limburg. I am prepared to pay for the first five test takers at FTdna.com. Van Weert-15.
posted by Gus Van Weert
Data Doctors say you can't include Richard Bartlett (1765-1830) in your Lepreau_Parish_New_Brunswick Category because he died before the category time frame, beginning 1857. He was the first person buried in the Lepreau Cemetery so I understand why you thought of him but rules are rules. I did not add him to your category. I am one of the profile managers. Pat Miller
posted by Pat Miller