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of New Brunswick, Canada
New Brunswick, one of the original provinces of The Dominion of Canada was established in 1867.
14 July 1784 Lieutenant John COOMBS is included in a list of officers and men of the 2nd Battalion, New Jersey Volunteers, who received grants of land in King’s County, New Brunswick.
Complete list can be found at the Institute for advanced Loyalist Studies, submitted by Thom Mont.
1881 New Brunswick, Cda Census
David COOMBES M Male English 46 New Brunswick Mariner Church of England
Emma M. COOMBES M Female English 34 New Brunswick Church of England
Arthur COOMBES Male English 4 New Brunswick Church of England
Saint John Daily Sun from July 15 - Oct. 2, 1906, Generations, Winter 2004, v. 26, n. 4, p. 12 (Saint John, NB: New Brunswick Genealogical Society, 2004):
COOMBS -- HIRTLE -- Married at Lunenburg -- Halifax, NS, July 25th, 1906 --The marriage was solemnized at Lunenburg last evening of Geo. B. COOMBS of the C.P.R. Steamship service, Quebec and Louise HIRTLE, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Reuben HIRTLE. Rev. J. APPLEBY officiated. The couple left today for points of interest and upper provinces. They will reside in Quebec.
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