The first stop of genealogical resources for the Village of Gagetown and area is Queens County Heritage, the Court House at 16 Court House Road.  Primary and secondary resources abound with family and community histories covering all of Queens County.  Of particular interest are the records of St. Johns Anglican Church and resources related to the communities expropriated to make way for CFB Gagetown in the 1950s.

The first stop of genealogical resources for the Village of Gagetown and area is Queens County Heritage, the Court House at 16 Court House Road.  Primary and secondary resources abound with family and community histories covering all of Queens County.  Of particular interest are the records of St. Johns Anglican Church and resources related to the communities expropriated to make way for CFB Gagetown in the 1950s. 

Contact Queens County Heritage at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information about the resources available.

The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Fredericton, also has great family research resources many of which are available online at http://archives.gnb.ca

The New Brunswick Genealogical Society Inc. (NBGS, Inc.) is a non-profit organization founded in 1978 to encourage and facilitate family historical research in New Brunswick, Canada.  We have provided this link to their website to help you in your search:  www.nbgs.ca

While visiting the Village of Gagetown, stop by our historic sites, churches and gravesites and take sometime to talk to some of our lifetime residents - you never know what you'll find!