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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charlotte County (2016 population 25,428) is the southwest-most county of New Brunswick, Canada . It was formed in 1784 when New Brunswick was partitioned from Nova Scotia. Once a layer of local government, the county seat was abolished with the New Brunswick Equal Opportunity program in 1966.

    • Canada
    • 3,426.97 km 2 (1,323.16 sq mi)
  2. Charlotte County, New Brunswick From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charlotte County (2011 population 26,549) is a county in the southwestern part of New Brunswick, Canada. It is divided into six municipalities and fourteen parishes.

  3. This article is a list of historic places in Charlotte County, New Brunswick entered on the Canadian Register of Historic Places, whether they are federal, provincial, or municipal. For listings in St. Andrews, see List of historic places in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.

    Name
    Address
    Coordinates
    Idm
    Axe Factory
    Prince William Street, St. Stephen, NB
    Bancroft House
    30 Bancroft Road, Grand Manan, NB
    The Barn
    1199 Route 776, Grand Manan, NB
    David Bartlett Block
    17 King Street, St. Stephen, NB
  4. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of notable people from Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Although not everyone in this list was born in Charlotte County, they all live or have lived in Charlotte County and have had significant connections to the communities. See also List of people from New Brunswick v t e Canadian people

  5. Pages in category "Charlotte County, New Brunswick". The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). Charlotte County, New Brunswick.

  6. Breadalbane, Charlotte County, New Brunswick From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Breadalbane is a Canadian unincorporated community located in Charlotte County, New Brunswick. John Mann of Scotland died there. Contents 1 History 2 Notable people 3 See also 4 References History

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