The River St. John, its physical features legends and history from 1604 to 1784
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John its physical features legends and history from to [Hardcover] Buy The river St. Most of the Loyalist grantees did not settle their grants or maintain title to their lands at Lorneville, finding the terrain too rough with better living situations available elsewhere. Flat salt water marshland at the upper end afforded opportunity for cultivation and the beaches above the high water mark on this peninsula good shelter and landing areas for coasting and fishing vessels. This cove was the only sheltered inlet between Musquash Harbour and Saint John, so it was an important geographical feature in the early days of the Colony.
For the communities at Musquash it provided a transportation link to Saint John by both water and land. This was located on the Crown Grant to Peter Gaynor Egbert Grant , a Loyalist immigrant and block maker from Rhode Island 3 , whose family maintained an interest in this property until Communication to Saint John was by water from this point.
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It included part of the salt marshlands at the head of both of Lorneville Creek and Mill Creek and it changed hands several times since granted to Egbert in In William Craft Sr. When it was granted to him in , the Craft property totaled acres. The spelling evolved over time to Pararinko, Pisicrino, etc. The origins of the name are not clear, but it is likely of Maliseet origin, and may mean fishing village or area.
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Loyalists founded and established many settlement areas in southern New Brunswick including those at Saint John, Musquash, and along the neck of land at Visarinkum, but it was Irish migration to New Brunswick from that swelled the population and led to further settlement in the area. Settlement progressed from Musquash Harbour eastward along the Bay of Fundy coast.
Their religious affiliation was primarily Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland. By most of the vacant lands laid out in the Egbert Grant were applied for, assigned, or settled in some fashion. The rules for crown land grants in New Brunswick were modified circa Applicants could also pay over time.
By all the remaining large tracts of vacant lands in the Ebert tract area had been applied for and assigned to Richard Nowlan Irishtown and John Short and David McClellan Pisarinco. Properties had also begun to change hands and to be subdivided as immigration to the Province continued and population increased.
Land was in demand to meet the needs and expectations of newcomers. Nowlan would go on to purchase two other parcels of acres from early Irishtown settlers, John Abraham and Isaac Burchill, plus he successfully applied to the Province in for two more acre parcels. In all, Nowlan would come to possess acres in Irishtown and he then began to re-sell to newer immigrants to the area, primarily families and individuals from the south of Ireland. Some of these immigrants were older, with large established families, and some were younger and just starting out. Kilkeel is a coastal community in the southern part of County Down facing eastward on the Irish Sea, with Carlingford Lough to the south and the Mourne Mountains directly behind on the west.
Seafaring, farming, and fishing were principle occupations in Kilkeel and Saint John was a good fit for these newcomers.
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They began to seek opportunities to acquire land for farming and become more permanently settled in the area. Concurrent with the continuing migration of emigrants from Ireland to New Brunswick, events began to transpire in the early Loyalist settlement at Pisarinco to make land available for sale. William H. Still later he was an M.
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Robertson probably had the lands at Pisarinco lumbered and further cleared. In he had the property reconfigured into six smaller parcels suitable for farming, but with water access and greater utility and sale value. In addition to the former Craft farm property, several other properties in Pisarinco also went for sale circa The first emigrant from Kilkeel to acquire land in Pisarinco was William Dalzell. Later in Kilkeel area immigrants Samuel Cunningham Sr.
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