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Hutchinson's New Brunswick Directory, for 1867-1868



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  • Title Hutchinson's New Brunswick Directory, for 1867-1868 
    Short Title Hutchison 1867-1868 Directory of New Brunswick 
    Author compiled by James A.T. Bird 
    Publisher 1868 (index online archives.gnb.ca) 
    Source ID S1163 
    Linked to Albert J. H. Hickman, Esq.
    John Howard Hickman
    Joseph Hickman
    Thomas W. Hickman
    William Hickman 

  •  Notes 
    • From NB archives:
      Thomas Hutchinson published the first directory to include the names of the residents, i.e. Hutchinson's St. John Directory for 1863-64 (which included a directory of Portland). The first directory for the whole province was Hutchinson's New Brunswick Directory for 1865-66, Containing Alphabetical Directories of Each Place in the Province, with a Post Office Directory and an Appendix Containing Much Useful Information. This directory showed Thomas Hutchinson as the Publisher of the New Brunswick Directory and that he was boarding at the St. John Hotel in Saint John. In his Preface, Hutchinson promised that the second edition of the directory would be published in August 1867. A second edition, Hutchinson's New Brunswick Directory, for 1867-1868 was published. However, it was compiled by James A.T. Bird, so the involvement of Thomas Hutchinson is uncertain.
      In the 1865-1866 directory, the listing of inhabitants is arranged first by county and within the county, alphabetically by community. By inputting all of these names, the Provincial Archives has created an alphabetical listing for residents of the whole province. To examine a microfilm copy of the directory see F-1412.
      In the 1867-1868 directory, the listing of inhabitants is arranged first by county and within the county, alphabetically by community. By inputting all of these names, the Provincial Archives has created an alphabetical listing for residents of the whole province. To examine a microfilm copy of the directory see F13309.