A Canadian Family

First Nations, French Canadians & Acadians

Alnwick | Mi’kmaq (1911)

 Index: Native Surname Census Extracts

 

This is part of a larger project to locate surnames carried by Canadian Natives, First Peoples and Metis. In this series of posts, I list surnames carried by Aboriginal (or part Aboriginal) individuals in various Canadian census records. Note: There are regular updates including external links (e.g. maps, encyclopedia) and added information (e.g. specific tribal affiliations).

The companion series – Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames of Eastern Canada – Marriage Records contains many of the same surnames as well as others.

HOW TO USE  

1. To reach the original census records for the district named below, you can click on the External Links at the bottom of the post.

2. You can also click on each individual surname to reach its listing in one of the census records (usually 1901 or 1911).

3. Surnames highlighted in orange also appear in the Marriage Records (although often spelled differently). 

 


Census Data:

Enumeration District 2: Alnwick Parish, Northumberland, New Brunswick (1911)

Includes: Burnt Church, New Jersey, Barryville

[Micmac/Mi’kmaq]

 


 

Abraham

 Bartiboq(ue) –  Benarby – Bernard

 

Caplen / Caplin –  Cloud 

Couch  –  Counaphil  /  Cournaphil 

 

Dedam   – DeDane – Déroc –  Déroche 

Dicham –  Dinnis – Dinny – Dominique  /  Domenique

 

Emilie  – Francis  

 

Genish /  Ginish

Joe  – Johnson – Joseph

 

Knishis

Lambert   –   Larry  Louis

 

Makloud

Martin – Mechlond

Mattalique / Metallic  – Michel Morrison

 

Naphi –   Naphie   –  Nicholas – Nicholon

 

Patrick – Paul – Pe(t)er Paul  – Peter

 

Quash – Sock  / Suck  – Swanson

 

Tansan –   Taylor

Thanas – Thonace – Tourex?

Trager

 

 


 

External Links

Enumeration District 2: Alnwick Parish, Northumberland, N. B. (1911)

Esgenoôpetitj First Nation

Première Nation Esgenoôpetitj First Nation – YouTube

First Nation Detail – First Nation Profiles

Burnt Church First Nation – Wikipedia

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