an archive of pictures and files relating to Nolan Family Research

Top rated - 1: Peter Nowland >> Bouctouche, NB: 1818
View of Peter Nowland's House - 1915572 viewsPeter's original house and barn were located on the south side of the Little Buctouche river on property he obtained from his father-in-law, Jean-Pierre Jaillet (alias John Shayer); in this 1915 photo taken by J.Y. Mersereau, an NB government photographer, the house and barn appear to the left of the bridge. In 1881, Peter's widow, Modeste, and their youngest son, Pierre, were still living there. 55555
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Buctouche, NB - early 1900s508 viewsView of the main street55555
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Richibucto Village, NB - early 1900s566 views55555
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Echoes of 1818 - a tale of emigration519 viewsThis is an article about the family's early beginnings starting in Ireland and ending with the first generation in New Brunswick.55555
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Roger Nowlan - a great-grandchild of Peter503 viewsgreat-grandson of William Nowlan & Madeleine Landry55555
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William Nowlan & Madeleine Landry644 viewsWilliam and his two elder brothers, Thomas and John are believed to have received land from their father in the Coates Mills area. This land was originally obtained by Peter around 1845 probably after it had been logged to feed the nearby "Coates' Mill". Thomas and John built homes in Coates Mills but William built in St-Fran├žois-de-Kent closer to his parents' home at the Little Buctouche river.55555
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Buctouche, NB - 1893509 viewsPeter and Edward both settled in the Buctouche area, Peter on the south side of the Little Buctouche river and Edward on the north side of the Buctouche river around the area now known as Kent Boom.55555
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Peter & Rachel - grandchildren of Peter533 viewsPeter and Rachel who never married are shown here in front of the house built in Coates Mills, NB, in the mid 1800s by their father Thomas Nowlan. Thomas was Peter Nowland's eldest son.33333
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