The Research Centre has created a single family tree ‘Descendants of Early Tantramar Families’ which contains many early settlers of the Tantramar area. Here is the link to view ‘Descendants of Early Tantramar Families‘ on Ancestry. Note that it needs an Ancestry account to view the family tree (accounts can be set-up without a paid membership).
This basis of this family tree was donated by local resident Ken Tower who along with his father compiled over the years an extensive research tree. The tree boasts an outstanding 55 thousand people/settlers of the Tantramar area and is always expanding. Since then additional family trees done by volunteer researchers have been merged into this one all-inclusive tree. Please forward any corrections and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Research Centre also receives family trees and local history in digital formats:
- Brief history and genealogical sketches – Lives Lived in the Second Westcock Hill by Marilyn (Wheaton) Keller, October 2021
- Genealogy of the Read Family by Robert Cutten Read (1902-1976)
- Genealogy of the Purdy family tree prepared by Alec Purdy
Information collected and organized by Clayton C. Purdy and Alec Purdy – Nov 2014 Ver 15.3
- Genealogical Account of the Estabrooks Family Volume I and Volume II, Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. Compiled by Bruce T Estabrooks & Shirley E Anderson, Copyright 2000 current to 22 July 2021 . Contact Bruce Estabrooks <email@example.com> with any errors or omissions.