Aberdeen Parish, New Brunswick

Aberdeen Parish, New Brunswick

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Aberdeen Parish, New Brunswick

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Aberdeen is a Canadian parish in Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Its population in the 2006 Census was 959.


Aberdeen Parish is defined in the Territorial Division Act as:

Beginning at the northwestern angle of lot number ten, granted to William Woodforde, on the Cold Stream; thence running by the magnet of the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven north seventy-two degrees west eight chains to the eastern line of a reserved road, thence following the several courses of the said road by the base line of the lots in a northerly direction to the northwest angle of the lot letter ā€œIā€, granted to William Bain; thence south seventy-two degrees and thirty minutes east by the magnet of the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, to meet the eastern line of a reserved road; thence northerly along said road to the northwest angle of lot number fifty-five, in range 5, Johnville; thence easterly to the southeast angle of lot number fifty-six, on said range 5 of Johnville; thence easterly in a direct line to the northwest angle of lot number eighty, in block 2, Glassville; thence easterly along the northern line of said lot and its eastern prolongation to the County line; thence along the said County line in a southwesterly direction to meet the eastern prolongation of the north line of the said grant to William Woodforde; thence along the said prolongation and line westerly to the place of...... ... ...
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