Harrington Family Bibliography

Below are references I used in compiling the information on my webpage on the early Harrington families of Maritime Canada (link above). Many of these are e-mail references; most of the books and formal reports are cited with the pertinent families on the Harrington webpage. I have left out e-mail and regular mail addresses in the interest of maintaining the privacy of my correspondents. However, if you see someone you would like to correspond with, let me know, and I'll try to put them in touch with you. (With so many people now corresponding only through "social media" sites, a lot of older e-mail addresses are no longer valid.) NOTE November 2018: I haven't worked on this page in a long time, and probably won't find time to update it, but there may still be something of interest to you.

1. C. Benedict. 2004. Harrington family. e-mail 3 Oct 2004.
Christy Benedict wrote that Pearl Ralph Harrington was her 2-great grandfather, and her 2-great grandmother was Bertha May Branscombe. Her great grandmother is Amy Bertha Pearl Harrington, who married a Marsh.

2. B. Blumenthal. 2002. Daniel Gravis Herrington. e-mail 16 July 2002.
Bev Blumenthal wrote: "I have a Daniel Gravis Herrington married to my relative Mary Matilda Phillips 3 Feb 1851...she was from Coles Island (Queens Co., New Brunswick).."
Later message 30 Sept 2002: "My GGGrandmother's sister, Mary Matilda Phillips born 1826 in Queens Co., New Brunswick, married Daniel Gravis Herrington in New Brunswick on Feb. 3, 1851. I believe she was Irish. She was Irish Baptist and her father was David Phillips of Dungiven, Londonderry, Ireland and her mother was Elizabeth Rider, grand-dau. of Ebenezer Rider, a United Empire Loyalist."

3. L. Boulanger. 2003. Elizabeth Beatrice Harrington. e-mail 12 June 2003.
Louis Boulanger supplied the following birth record from Kent Co., New Brunswick:
Elizabeth Beatrice Harrington, dau. of Timothy Harrington and Minnie Fitzgerald, b. 18 Feb 1902 Kouchibouguac, Kent Co., N. B.

4. H. P. Brooks. 1995. Kent County, New Brunswick, marriage records 1845-1862. Privately published.
Volume 1
Jeremiah HARRINGTON m. Mary COONEY, both or Carleton, 21 Apr 1845. Witnesses: Partick HARRINGTON and John D. LUNUN.

Cooley WARD [HURD?] m. Catherine McCULLY, both of Richibucto, 29 Aug 1846. Witnesses: William HUGHES and William McCULLY.

John HARRINGTON m. Bridget O'LEARY, both of Carleton, 13 Jul 1846. Witnesses: Daniel O'LEARY and Patrick HARRINGTON.

Charles NOEL m. Honora HARRINGTON, both of Dundas, 16 Jul 1849. Witnesses: B. LeBLANC and Thomas GUEGA.

Daniel HANLEY of Carleton m. Julia Ann HARRINGTON of Weldford, 15 Feb 1858. Witnesses: John O'DONNELL and Mary HARRINGTON.

Samuel CORMIER and Mary HARRINGTON, both of Richibucto, 9 Jun 1861. Witnesses: Joseph and Margaret RICHARD.

Volume 2
Samuel McCULLY of Chatham, and Mary LITTLE of Richibucto, 15 Jun 1870. Witnesses: J. DesRINEY and Sarah FETHERAN.

James HARRINGTON and Sarah FAHEY, both of Weldford, 10 Feb 1874. Witnesses: John DANACHAE and Bridget FAHEY.

Volume 3
Timothy HARRINGTON of Carleton and Bridget MURPHY of Glenelg, 19 Jan 1881. Witnesses: John HARRINGTON and Winifred MURPHY.

William BARNETT of Richibucto, and Mary HARRINGTON of Carleton, 27 Nov 1882. Witnesses: Ed BARNETT and Jane HARRINGTON.

5. L. M. Carlson. 2002. Harrington-Frost families connections. e-mail 15 Feb 2002.

Linda M. Carlson (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) provided information on the family of James Frost and Susan Nason. She knew of ll children of this couple, but was not aware of the Jane Frost who allegedly married Andrew Harrington (see McKeever 1998).
James Frost was born in South Berwick, Maine; was living at Falmouth, Maine, in 1755; and was at Argyle, Nova Scotia 1770. He returned to New England for a time, then was in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, where he drowned in 1785. His wife Sarah Nason Frost moved from St. Andrews to St. Stephen, and then to Deer Island, New Brunswick, where she died sometime after 1792.
The children she knew of were: Joseph and James (twins) b. 1732; Sarah b. 1734; Sarah b. 1736; Joseph b. 1738; Mary b. 1740; James b. 1744; Simon b. 1747; Jeremiah b. 1749; Jerusha b. 1752; and Tiny b. 1756.

6. K. Copeland. 1998. [Harrington family in New Brunswick]. e-mail. 11 Jan 1998.
Kelly Copeland. (Barrie Ontario Canada) provided the following information.
"Charles Henry Harrington was my greatgrandfather on my father's side. This is my line: Charles Henry "Harry" was son of James Harrington and Sarah McAllister
He was born on 1 Oct. 1868 at Corn Hill New Brunswick. He died 21 July 1930 in Woodstock NB.Charles married Mary Ann Hayden 1 July 1893 in Hogdston(?) Maine. Mary Ann was the daughter of Daniel C. Hayden and Hepzibah J Rogers of Biggar Ridge. Mary Ann was born 18 June 1871 in Biggar Ridge NB She died 30 June 1930 in Woodstock NB. They lived in Biggar Ridge, Enderby, BC and Woodstock NB.

*Charles Havelock Harrington b 9 Jan 1900, d 23 Apr 1939, m Jean C.
Harrington May 1920 (first cousins)
*Gertrude Udvella Harrington b 3 Nov 1894, d 3 June 1918, m Wm. Charles
Heatlie 11 March 1913
*Hepsey Jane Harrington b 13 July 1896, d 12 Nov 1896
*James Bernard D.C.Harrington b (Enderby BC) 15 Nov 1905, d 20 Mar 1986, m.Elva Maria Turner
*Agnes Alice Isabella Harrington (1903-1970) m. Leo Francis Hannigan (1902-1972), mother and father Leo Francis Hannigan, "my father."

"There is also a privately published book that details the history of Biggar
Ridge and Rogers Ridge NB called "The History of Foreston, Carleton County
NB" by Herbert Neil Bradley."

7. M. M. F. Davidson. 1999. [Nova Scotia Harringtons]. e-mail 18 Mar 1999.
Muriel Davidson posted the following information concerning Nova Scotia HARRINGTONs: "One of my sources, Freeman Families of Nova Scotia, has -
In Vol. II: SUSAN HARRINGTON m. Hugh Huston Harlow
Ch: Laurence Glen Harlow m. Henrietta Freeman Allen
Ch: 5 children
In Vol. I: SARAH HARRINGTON m. Francis Annis
Ch: Sarah Annis m. James Forrest
James & Sarah buried Highland View Cem., Caledonia, Nova Scotia"

8. A. W. H. Eaton. 1910. The history of Kings County, Nova Scotia. Salem, Massachusetts: Salem Press.
Descended from Robert HARRINGTON of Watertown, Massachusetts; Stephen HARRINGTON Jr. came to Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, in 1764 from North Kingston, Rhode Island. This family is shown as Group 2 on the webpage, "Early Harrington Families in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick."

9. Elaine. 2004. Jeremiah Harrington: McDonald connection. e-mail 16 Feb 2004.
"Elaine" (no surname given) provided into on the daughter of Jeremiah and Mary Harrington. She shared a copy of Jeremiah's will; it didn't identify any other children.
1-Jeremiah HARRINGTON m. Mary Ann ________.
2-Julia Ann HARRINGTON b. ca 1813, m. Randle/Ronald McDONALD in Richibucto, Kent Co., N. B. 2 Aug 1833. Randle, the son of Randle McDONALD, was b. Antrim, Ireland 1 Mar 1809, and died before 1891. They had eight children (McDONALD): James b. ca 1834; Elizabeth b. ca 1835; Jeremiah b. ca 1840; Mary b. ca 1845; Ellen b. ca 1847; Ronald b. 17 Nov 1848; Kate b. 9 Aug 1850; and Julia b. ca 1853.

Surrogate Court County of Kent Province of New Brunswick .............
To All Whom these Presents shall come Greeting
Know ye that at RICHIBUCTO in the County of Kent on the fourth day of November in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine Before James Alexander James, Esquire being thereunto delegated and appointed the last Will and Testament of Jeremiah HARRINGTON, late of Richibucto in the county aforesaid deceased (a copy which is hereunto
annexed) was proved and is now approved and allowed of by me the said deceased having whilst he lived and at the time of his death goods, chattels and credits within this province By means whereof the proving of the said will and the granting of Administration of all and singular the said goods, chattels and credits and also the auditing allowing And family discharging of the account whereof with me only doth belong; and that the Administration
of all And Singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased with the will annexed and any way concerning his said will is granted unto Mary Ann Harrington as administrator of all and singular, the said Goods, Chattels and credits of the said deceased with the will annexed. She having been already sworn ....... and faithfully to execute her duties of the
trust in her hereby .......and as by law required. And I do by these presents make, ordain and .......you the said Mary Ann Harrington Administratrix with the will annexed of all ......singular goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased. Know all men present that I Jeremiah
Harrington of the Parish of Richibucto, Kent County Province of New Brunswick that I do hereby leave my property, Goods and Chattels to Mary Ann Harrington during her life. And after her death to be divided between Julia ( Julian) McDonald, daughter of Jeremiah Harrington and James McDonald grandson, during his life and after his death go to Jeremiah McDonald, son of James McDonald.
October 2nd in the Year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine.
signed Jeremiah Harrington
witnessed by:
Alexander Glencross
Thomas Doyle

10. D. R. Facey-Crowther. 1987. Jacob Kollock (1769-1860s). Fredericton, New Brunswick: Provincial Archives.
A summary of information on the Loyalist Jacob Kollock, prepared by Dr. David R. Facey-Crowther, and deposited in the Provincial Archives, Fredericton, N.B.
The KOLLOCK family had been resident in Delaware since at least the 1650s. Simon Kollock, and two of Simon's sons, Jacob and Joseph, were in the Loyal American Regiment of Loyalists, although both the boys were too young to be "legal" (Jacob was only 13 when he enlisted as a volunteer in March 1782, and Joseph was even younger; the official minimum age for serving was 16). Jacob KOLLOCK was b. 1769 in Sussex Co., DE - probably at Lewes. He apparently lived with his parents until 1789 when he acquired a land grant of his own. On 20 Feb 1790 he m. Miriam NORTON, dau. of one of the county magistrates. Jacob and Miriam had several children, but the record isn't clear about who belongs to who. They were almost certainly the parents of Mary KOLLOCK who m. James HARRINGTON 23 Nov 1812.

11. M. E. Farley. 1999. [Harringtons in New Brunswick]. e-mail 12 Mar 1999.
From: Mary Ellen Farley: "I am looking for Ellen Harrington, b. about 1824 Ireland, m. William Carney. She died 1888 in Douglastown, New Brunswick."

12. C. Gilfedder. 2000. Helen Augusta Harrington. e-mail 29 Nov 2000.
Carole Gilfedder wrote: "My great grandmother Helen Augusta Harrington was born in Brooklyn, Queens Co., Nova Scotia, 21 Dec 1857. She married Edward W. Gardner 28 March 1875."

13. M. Graham. 2003. Timothy Harrington and Catherine Nash. e-mail 22 March 2003.
Marlene Graham (Delta, British Columbia) provided info on this family group.
1-Timothy H. HARRINGTON m. Catherine (Kate) NASH in Chatham, N. B., 26 Sept 1870. The service was performed by Father Varrily, and the witnesses were Patrick NASH (Catherine's brother) and Anne HARRINGTON (maybe Timothy's sister?). Catherine was born ca 1846 in Glenelg, Northumberland Co., N. B. After they were married, they lived in Escuminac. Children 2 thru 5:
2-Mary HARRINGTON b. 29 Feb 1872
3-George James HARRINGTON b. 18 Feb 1874, baptized by Father Verrily in Chatham, N. B. He died 10 June 1942. He married Margaret STEWART/STUART 24 Oct 1905 Kent Co., N.B.
4-Michael HARRINGTON b. 10 June 1877
5-Peter John HARRINGTON b. 27 July 1879

14. D. M. Hale. 1985. Cemeteries of Kent County. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Self-published. 2.
Graves in the Richibucto Protestant Cemetery, on the road from Rexton to Richibucto, Kent Co., N.B.
-ANN E. KOLLIC, wife of WILLIAM C. McCULLY, b. 27 Feb 1795, d. 10 Feb 1886.
-CATHERINE McCULLY, wife of COLLEY HURD, b. 26 Apr 1817, d. 17 Apr 1903.
-WILLIAM S. McCULLY d. 27 Jan 1863, age 40.
-WILLIAM C. McCULLY d. 6 Nov 1879 age 98.[NOTE: book may say 1849, but 1879 is correct]
-ANN E. McCULLY b. 1820, d. 1903.
-MARY J. McCULLY b. 1814, d. 1904.
-REBECCA McCULLY b. 1827, d. 1918.
-JOHN N. McCULLY b. 1857, d. 1928.

Gravestones at Kouchibouguac Catholic Cemetery, at the Catholic church in Kouchibouguac.
-BRIDGET HARRINGTON wife of Henry SMITH, d. 28 Nov 1905, age 48.

15. W. D. Hamilton. 1988. Old North Esk revised. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Micmac-Maliseet Institute. 570pp.
p.189 Patrick HARRINGTON b. ca 18008, d. after 1883. He entered New Brunswick from Ireland in 1835, was an established farmer at Halcomb from 1839 onward. Married Jane SUTHERLAND 12 Nov 1846, a neighbor; still living at Halcomb 1883, and she a widow there in 1902. They had one child, Mary Ann b. June 1853, d. Jan 1912, unmarried.

16. J. Harrington. 1997. [Information on New Brunswick Harringtons]. e-mail 16 Feb 1997.
Joy Harrington posted an inquiry on the New Brunswick Rootsweb mail group, looking for the ancestors of the following family:

Pearl Ralph Harrington b. 27 Dec. 1880 possibly in Biggar Ridge area d. 2 Nov 1935 and buried in Acton, Mass m. Bertha A.___________ (1874-1919)
They had nine children all born in Maine or New Brunswick.
Pearl Ralph had 8 siblings: Grace BRANSCOMB b. 30 Nov 1878
Lydia BOYD b 16 Sept 1883 Eason, Maine
Bessie LUNNEY b. 14 May 1886 Biggar Ridge, NB
Susan DURPEE b. 27 Jan 1890 W. Auburn, Maine
Annie FOSTER b. 9 Jan 1891 Jupiter, NB
Alvie Arthur b. 31 Jan 1895 Blane, Maine
Alma S. 3 Mar 1898
Jean 13 April 1902 Bath, New Brunswick

17. S. M. Harrington. 1999. Arthur O. Harrington. e-mail 17 Nov 1999.
Scott Harrington wrote: "My grandfather, Arthur O. (believed to be Oliver) Harrington was the son of William Albert Harrington and Sarah Jane Jameson... I was wondering about the source of your information [on the original version of my website] for the birth date (31 Jan 1895) and birthplace (Blaine, Maine) for Oliver Arthur "Alvie" Harrington. My grandfather's gravestone lists his birthdate as 3 Jan 1898. I also understood that he was born in Biggar Ridge, New Brunswick (although he later lived in Blaine, Maine, for many years). I had assumed that my grandfather, who went by Arthur when I knew him, was the same person as Oliver Arthur, but your listing of the 31 Jan 1895 birthdate makes me suspect that perhaps William Albert and Sarah Jameson had two sons, one named Arthur and one named Oliver."

18. A. Harrington. 2000. Edward Harrington. e-mail 27 July 2000.
Ann Harrington wrote: "My grandfather Edward Harrington was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1899. I found the marriage record for his parents Milton Edward Harrington and Ione Margaret Fairweather on the PANB (Public Archives of New Brunswick) film RS141B7, Index to New Brunswick Marriages 1887-1926. They were married at Hampton Station, New Brunswick, 25 Jan 1894. The record shows his parents were Eben K. and Ann Augusta Harrington."

19. J. Harrington. 2001. Harrington in New Brunswick. e-mail 24 May 2001.
Joy Harrington provided the following information on her New Brunswick Harrington connections.
1-James HARRINGTON b. ca 1826 Havelock/Studholme, Kings Co., N.B.; d. after 1902 in New Brunswick. Married Sarah McCULISTEN 11 Nov 1847 Kings Co., N. B. [Sara b. 1830; d. 2 June 1893 Biggar Ridge, New Brunswick]
2-Susan Elizabeth HARRINGTON b. 21 Mar 1849 Kings Co., N. B.; d. 22 Aug 1927 Foreston, N. B. Married William Alfred BIGGAR 17 Apr 1867 Havelock, Kings Co., N. B. [William b. 9 Dec 1845 Kings Co., N. B.; d. 20 May 1917 Biggar Ridge, N.B.]
3-William Albert HARRINGTON b. 1854 Havelock, Kings Co., N. B.; d.. 25 Dec 1919 Hayden Ridge, Carleton Co., N. B.; m. before 1877 Sarah Jane JAMISON [Sarah b. ca 1857; d. 1933 Moncton, N. B.]
4-Theresa HARRINGTON b. 1857 Havelock, Kings Co., N. B.; m. William BELL.
5-Mary Jane HARRINGTON b. 1859 Havelock, Kings Co., N. B.; m. 1st Mr. FERGUSON; m. 2nd John HARRINGTON [John b. ca 1835 Ireland]
6-Victoria Augusta HARRINGTON b. 1863 Havelock, Kings Co., N. B.; d. Lynn, Massachusetts; m. Arthur HEATH
7-Genevera HARRINGTON b. 1867 Havelock, Kings Co., N.B.; m. Ezra FILLMORE/FILAMORE
8-Charles Henry HARRINGTON b. 1 Oct 1868 Havelock, Kings Co., N.B.; b. 20 July 1930 Bath, N. B. Married 1 July 1893 in Canada Mary Ann HAYDEN [Mary Ann b. 18 June 1871, d. ca 16 July 1930].

20. J. Heck. 1999. Ebenezer Harrington line. e-mail 20 Nov 1999.
Janet Heck (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) provided information on a Harrington line to Maritime Canada from Ebenezer Harrington b. Massachusetts 1726. The information is produced on my Harrington webpage more or less verbatim.

21. F. Horgan. 2001. Harrington-Dolan connection. e-mail 16 Apr 2001.
Frank Horgan gave me the following information on a New Brunswick Harrington - Dolan family:
1-Jeremiah HARRINGTON and Mary Jane GRANNAN
2-Children were Matthew, Michael, William, Leo, Robert, Mary Theresa, and two whose names are unknown. Of the children, Mary Theresa HARRINGTON b. 4 Feb 1871, d. 14 May 1933; married Martin F. DOLAN
3-Children for Mary Theresa and Martin [DOLAN surname] were: Marie A. b. 18 Jan 1894; Madeline K. b. 25 Feb 1895; John J. b. 4 Jan 1897; Gertrude F. b. 17 July 1898; Arthur F. b. 31 Dec 1899; William J. b. 7 Mar 1901; Helen b. 1903; Genevieve; and Martin H. DOLAN.

22. R. G. Huling. 1984. The Rhode Island emigration to Nova Scotia. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Canadiana House. 49p.
The Maritime Provinces area of Canada was ceded by France to Great Britain with the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, but the British hold was tenuous and war threatened again around mid-Century. The Acadians repeatedly refused to swear oaths of allegiance to the British Crown, and Governor Charles Lawrence -without consultation with the Home Government - ordered all Acadians removed from Nova Scotia, to remove the threat of their taking sides in any conflict with the French. In Sept 1775, 3000 Acadians were taken aboard ship and removed to various locations in the southern colonies. The houses are Grand-Pre were burned so that those who escaped roundup would be unlikely to come back.
Governor Lawrence didn't want the Acadian improvements to the land to disappear, so made plans to get the land resettled with Englishmen. The Home Government wanted to give the land to disbanded English soldiers, but Lawrence strongly demurred. He said that soldiers were not the right kind of people to start a country with, that every soldier who had ever come to Halifax had either returned to England or become a dramseller! The Lords of Trade agreed, and Lawrence drew up a proposal to offer the land to New England colonists. The original proclamation was made 12 Oct 1758, followed by details of the settlement 11 Jan 1759.
In April 1759, agents from Rhode Island and Connecticut visited Nova Scotia and were favorably impressed. The first settlers arrived in the spring of 1760.
Names of persons at Falmouth 15 Nov 1760 include: Jabez HARRINGTON, Alex. McCULLOUGH, Adam McCULLOUGH, and David PAKE [PIKE]. Grantees at Newport 1761 included Zerobable WASTCOAT [WESTCOTT], Robert WASTCOAT [WESTCOTT], Robert WASTCOAT Sr. {WESTCOTT], Stukely WASTCOAT [WESTCOTT], and Joseph STRAIGHT.
Among those subscribing at Tantrimar [Sackville, New Brunswick] was Jonathan PIKE

23. Kollock. [New Brunswick and Nova Scotia land transactions involving the KOLLOCK family]. Fredericton, New Brunswick; Halifax, Nova Scotia: Provincial Archives.
The following land transactions involving the KOLLOCK family were found in the provincial archives of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
16 Aug 1820 - From Simon KOLLOCK (Onslow, N.S.) through William McCULLY (John's brother) and James HARRINGTON to Mary Jane McCULLY, Catharine McCULLY, Ann Elizabeth McCULLY, James Simon HARRINGTON, William John HARRINGTON, and Charles Henry HARRINGTON - for £50 - land in Richibucto, acreage not specified. Witnesses: John WHETEN and Jane WHETEN.

24. E. McCully and G. McCully. 1990. McCully Family (Descendants of William C. McCully). Sussex, New Brunswick: Manuscript.
This is a listing of the descendants of William and Anne Elizabeth (KOLLOCK) McCULLY of Richibucto, New Brunswick. This William may be the brother of John and Samuel McCULLY of Sussex, N. B., but the connection cannot be positively shown yet.

1. William C. McCULLY (1781-1879) m. Anne Elizabeth KOLLOCK (1795-1886)19 Mar 1814.
2. Mary McCULLY (1814-1904)
2. Catherine McCULLY (26 Apr 1817-12 Apr 1903); m. Cooley HURD.
2. Anne E. McCULLY (1820-1903)
2. William Shepherd McCULLY (1823-1863)
2. Rebecca McCULLY (1827-1918)
2. Samuel Thomas McCULLY (1833-1916) m. 1862 Julia Isabelle HARRINGTON (1828-1911).
3. George McCULLY (1863-1911)
3. William Shepherd ("S.K.") McCULLY (1864-1954) m. 1890 Victoria Salina BURGESS (1872-1941).

25. K. H. McKeever. 1998. Articles by J. Vroom: Information on Harrington-Frost connections. e-mail 9 January 1998.
Kenneth Harrington McKeever (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ) wrote the following:
I am looking for a series of articles written by J. Vroom for the St. Croix Courier and published at the end of the last century. In particular, I am looking for info on several of my ancestors who settled in the area in the mid-1700's. Andrew Harrington, my original ancestor in Eastport, supposedly had a land grant on Grand Lake and lost it when the Loyalists moved in to the area. Esther Clarke Wright indicates in her book that he and about 25-30 other original settlers were given a special compensation for the land lost when the Loyalists were settled. Her appendix to that book shows that he had an original grant at Grand Lakeand a second grant on Deer Island. His first few children (Andrew II, b.1776, Deer Island) were born there and the others born on Moose Island.
Andrew married Jane Frost, daughter of James and Sarah (Nason) Frost. One
reference indicates that her father and brother built the first sawmill on
the St. Croix River. I am looking for any information on the Harringtons
and Frosts which might be in the Vroom articles and/or other sources in the

26. N. H. Morgan. 1878. A history of James Harris of New London, Conn. and his descendants from 1640 to 1878. Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. 205pp.
The descendants of James and Sarah [DENISON] HARRIS of Boston accounted for many of the HARRIS family in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
1. James HARRIS of Boston [1640-1715]; m. Sarah DENISON 1666.
2. James HARRIS [b. 4 Apr 1763 Boston]; m. 1st Sarah ROGERS 1769 [all children by her].
3. Lebbeus HARRIS [b. 11 Aug 1713 CT]; m. Alice RANSON 20 Nov 1738; to Nova Scotia 1760.
4. David HARRIS married 1st Sarah Ann TRAVERS 28 Jun 1786 [d. May 1827]; m. 2nd ____ CALKINS; most or all children by first wife.
5. Thomas Barlow HARRIS [b. Nov. 1812] m. Eliza Ann HARRINGTON

27. B. Morris. 1997. Harrington records from Northumberland and Kent cos., New Brunswick. e-mail 9 December 1997.
Bill Morris provided the following miscellaneous Harrington records.

From the 1861 Kent Census

Julia Harrington a native of Ireland, R.C., age 17, shown as a
daughter of Zacharius and/or Elizabeth Phiney living in Richibucto
Parish. You can figure that one out. Possibly a second marriage or

Johanna Harrington a servant,age 28, a native of Ireland, R.C. and
also in Richibucto Parish.

Carleton Parish 1861 census
Jerry Harrington, age 40, Ireland, R.C., farmer. His son Timothy, age
15, born N.B.

Patrick Harrington, age 35, Ireland, R.C., farmer. His wife Bridget,
age 39, born N.B., R.C.

Denis Harrington,age 70, Ireland, R.C., farmer. His wife Ann, age 50,
born N.B., R.C. Son Donald, age 19, born N.B., R.C.

John Harrington, age 39, Ireland, R.C., farmer. His wife,Bridget, age
35, born Ireland, R.C. Their children Mary, age 14. Timothy age 12.

Hanorah age 11 [girl]. John age 8. Cady age 5[son]. All children born

Wellington Parish 1861 census
Matilda Harrington age 16, lodger English native, R.C.


Timothy Harrington of Carleton Parish and Bridget Murphy of Glenelg
Parish North [that is the way it reads] married Jan.19,1881

Mary Harrington and William Barnett, Nov. 27, 1882. He was from
Richibucto Parish and she was from Carleton Parish.

William G. Murray and Alice C Harrington [NN] both of Dundas Parish,
Mar.31, 1868. I have no idea of what the NN stands for. I have never
seen it before.

James Harrington and Sarah Fahey, both of Weldford Parish, Feb.10,

Jeremiah Harrington and Mary Cooney, both of Carleton Parish, April
21, 1845.

John Harrington and Bridget O'Leary both of Carleton Parish July 13,

Honora Harrington and Charles Noel, both of Dundas Parish, July 16,

Julia Ann Harrington of Weldford Parish and Daniel Hanley of Carleton
Parish Feb. 15, 1858.

Mary Harrington and Samuel Cormier [widower] both of Richibucto
Parish, June 9, 1861

28. B. M. Morse. 1947. Early records of Eastport, Maine. Brunswick, ME: Topsham-Brunswick Chapter, D. A. R. 98pp.
-James PYKE [PIKE?] and Jane HERRINGTON, both of Eastport, 26 Nov 1809.
--Elisha PIKE and Lydia HARRINGTON, both Eastport, 10 Oct 1815.

Family Records
Family of Andrew (d. 30 Mar 1808) and Jane [___] HERRINGTON:
Andrew Jr. b. 6 Dec 1777
Robert b. 30 Sep 1779
Elijah b. 4 Jun 1786
Simon b. 3 Mar 1788
Jane b. 19 Aug 1792
Mary b. 10 Dec 1794; d. Sep 1798

Family of Andrew HERRINGTON Jr. and Nabby [___] HERRINGTON
Polly b. 1 Jan 1796
Lydia b. 1 Apr 1798
Robert b. 24 Apr 1800
Andrew 3rd b. 19 Feb 1805
William b. 28 Apr 1807
Jane b. 7 Feb 1810
John b. 17 Nov 1813
Abigail b. 4 Sep 1815
Sarah Ann b. 17 Nov 1817

Family of Robert and Nancy [___] HERRINGTON
Robert Jr., b. 24 Oct 1803; d. 2 Nov 1803


29. M. Munroe. 2002. Nova Scotia Harrington-Munroe connections. e-mail 14 Dec 2002.
Marian Munroe's gr. gr. grandmother was Marg HARRINGTON, who married Moses MUNROE 10 July 1846 in Nova Scotia. These families were in Guysborough and Antigonish counties.
She also has a record of James HARRINGTON marrying Ann RHEINHOLTH in 1802

30. L. E. Olson. 2003. New Brunswick Harringtons. e-mail 23 July 2003.
Supplementing information supplied by B. Blumenthal and B. Young:
"Daniel Gravis Herrington and Mary Matilda Phillips were my ggrandparents. Their daughter Matilda Jane Herrington was my maternal grandmother. Mary Matilda Phillips' sister Hannah Phillips married Robert John Phillips. Their son Robert John Phillips married his mother's sister Mary's daughter Matilda Jane Herrington, making them first cousins."

31. C. Perry. 2001. Herrington-Perry. e-mail 1 July 2001.
Carol Perry wrote: "My great great grandmother Phoebe Herrington married William Perry 11 Nov 1847, and had 6 (probably more) children. My greatgrandfather, a twin, was her last birth, we believe. He (Samuel B. Perry) believed he was born at Corn Hill, Studhold/Havelock, Kings Co., New Brunswick. He was born we think August 1864 along with a twin brother Albert."

32. J. Peters. 1997. [Information on Nova Scotia HARRINGTON family]. e-mail. 4 Apr 1997.
My ggg.grandfather Alexander Wentworth MACDONALD (M.D.), b.ca 1782, Skye,Scotland, arrived N.S. about 1808, m.Charlotte Leonora HARRINGTON, 1812, Antigonish, N.S., d.1871 Antigonish. Children : Ann, Sophie, Margaret, Charlotte, Alexander, Mary, Archibald, Daniel, Henrietta, William.
Alexander's wife - Charlotte Leonora HARRINGTON, b.1796 Kentville, d.1865.
I am descended from their daughter Charlotte Leonora MACDONALD, b. 1821 Merigonish, who married the Rev. John GEDDIE 1839 Antigonish, first Canadian missionary to the New Hebrides, and who later settled in Australia.
Charlotte HARRINGTON's parents were Daniel HARRINGTON b. 1774, d. 1827 Antigonish, and Ann Eliza DE WOLF b. 1778. Using the Church of Latter DaySaints Ancestral File I have obtained parents of Daniel as Stephen HARRINGTON b. ca 1745, New London , Connecticut and Amey HARRIS. Stephen's parents seem to have been Stephen HARRINGTON and Elizabeth SHIPPEL.

33. K. E. Price. 2001. Harrington-O'Leary family. e-mail 11 Jan 2001.
Kerry E. Price provided a series of records of the family of John Harrington and Bridget O'Leary. They are summarized on my Harrington families webpage.

34. Province of New Brunswick. [Land petitions involving the KOLLOCK and HARRINGTON families]. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Provincial Archives.
Film F-4184 - Patrick HARRINGTON applied for land 30 Oct 1819 on Kouchibouguac River about 3 miles above James Graham's lot and on opposite side of river. Wanted land adjoining his brother Dennis Harrington.
Patrick born in Ireland, came to N.B. in 1816, resided in Charlotte and Northumberland counties; had previously spent a year in Newfoundland. He is single.

Film F-4187 - Dennis HARRINGTON came from Ireland to Newfoundland, spent 4 years there; 24 years of age.

35. L. Richardson. 1999. [Harringtons in Nova Scotia]. e-mail 17 Mar 1999.
"Edward HARRINGTON, born 1813, married 27 Dec.1843 to Sarah RICHARDSON. They may have had five children, Harriett,Mary,Sarah Ann,Susan and Jane. Edward was the son of Stephen HARRINGTON and Elizabeth Ann MORRIS."

"Edward HARRINGTON born 20 Jan. 1814, died 26 May 1909 in Sable River, Shelburne County, married 27 Dec. 1843 to Sarah RICHARDSON, born 9 Jan. 1821, died 28 May 1905. They also had another daughter Jerusha, born 1851, died 8 June 1922 at Sable River. She married Elkanah FREEMAN (no date).
Also I have Stephen HARRINGTON married 10 Dec. 1809 to Elizabeth Ann
MORRIS. Stephan's father was Capt.Ebenezer HARRINGTON (1756-1812) who
married 3 Aug. 1778 to Sara SMITH.This information was just recently sent to me from a Lewis and Sally King of Dartmouth, N.S. who have researched the Harrington line."

36. Richibucto Anglican Church. [Church records]. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Provincial Archives. F1113.
Records from the Richibucto Anglican Church, Richibucto, Kent County, New Brunswick. [NOTE: this is a very poor tape, and it was hard to decipher a lot of it. There may have been other records of interest that we couldn't read.]
-JAMES SIMON KOLLOCK HARRINGTON, son of JAMES and MARY ELVIA [Elvira?] HARRINGTON, ____ Liverpool, bapt. 19 Feb ____..
-JULIA ISABELLA HARRINGTON, dau. of JAMES and MARY HARRINGTON, bapt. Liverpool 19 Feb _____.

37. G. T. H. Shaw. 2002. Ebenezer Herrington line. e-mail 28 Dec 2002.
George T. H. Shaw (Ontario, Canada) shared with me a well-documented report on the descendants of Ebenezer HERRINGTON of Saint John, New Brunswick (b. ca 1794, d. 1850). The details are included on my Harrington webpage.

38. B. Tufts. 1997. [Information on the New Brunswick Harrington family]. e-mail <dg052@freenet.carleton.ca>. 29 Nov 1997.
Bill Tufts (1500 Lassiter Terrace, Gloucester, ON. K1J 8N4) provided the following miscellaneous Harrington information.

NOTE: Dates are day-month-year.

HARRINGTON, ANDREW - to Grand Lake and then to Deer Island,
N.B.-granted 196A., lot 7 on Saint John River at Canning Parish, Queens Co.,
N.B., 2.6.1786. -(Vol. 1, # 46)

HARRINGTON ASA -Son of UEL (United Empire Loyalist)?
-granted 200A., lot 2, Isaiah Corners, Hillsborough, Albert Co., N.B.,
8.3.1813. -(Vol. F, # 647)

HARRINGTON, BENJAMIN - To Saint John, then to Kennebecasis River, N.B.

HARRINGTON, CORNEL -Single. -Ten Broeck's District, Upper Canada, 1786.


-in the Richibucto, N.B., area in the early 1800s. He m. 23.11.1812,
Mary KOLLOCK and had James Simon, Julia Isabella, William John, and
Charles Henry. -(Ref. 518) [info from Sandy Wilbur]

HARRINGTON, JOHN - Joiner, 1785. To Kingston, N.B. -(Ref. 1)
-same? Son? -granted 300A., lot 2 at Clover Hill, Upham Parish, Kings
Co., N.B., 26.4.1815. -(Vol. 1, # 776) -of Sussex, died intestate. On 18.2.1812, kindred and creditors were to appear in court "and show cause why administration of the estate should not be granted to Jacob SNIDER". Administration granted 12 March. Bondsmen were James BRITTAIN and John COUGLE, all of Kings Co. Inventory 19 March valued personal effects at ?70 by Peter COUGLE, Hugh DOYAL (sic) and Christopher SHECK. -(Ref. 308, p. 199)
-estate of John of Sussex Vale to be administered by Jacob SNYDER.
-("New Brunswick Royal Gazette", Saint John, 3.8.1812).

HARRINGTON, JOSEPH - To Kingston, N.B. -"of Greenwich". Administration granted 2.7.1827 to Mary, Daniel, Ebenezer and Benjamin HARRINGTON. Fellow bondsmen were Joseph HARRINGTON and John Q. NASE. Inventory of 31.12.1827 by Isaac HAVILAND and James WELDON, 16 pounds. -(Ref. 308, p. 199) -granted 200A., lot 2 at Middle Kouchibougouac, Carleton Parish, Kent
Co., N.B., 8.5.1826. -(Vol. 9, # 1999). On the same grant, Dennis HARRINGTON received lot 1, 100A.

39. A. Tweedie. 2002. Jeremiah Harrington. e-mail 2 June 2002.
Annette Tweedie wrote:
"Jeremiah Harrington m. Mary ___, had a daughter Julia Ann Harrington who married Randle McDonald, the son of my ancestor Randle who came to Rexton in Aug 1811. Julia and Randle had a son Jeremiah. Julia and son Jeremiah inherited property in Carleton Co. from Jeremiah as mentioned in his probate (B291 1845-1869)."

40. D. Van Arnam. 2000. Irish Catholic Harringtons. e-mail 3 May 2000.
Don Van Arnam wrote: "Jno" (as recorded in the census) Harrington was born about 1790 in Ireland. His son (my gr grandfather) Tim Harrington was born Nova Scotia about 1828. The family (John, Tim, a brother Daniel, and other siblings) relocated to Wisconsin possibly in 1863."

41. Washington County-Maine. [Land and probate records applying to Justus Pike. Machias, ME: Washington County Courthouse.

-Vol. 24, pp.518-519. John BABCOCK of Eastport, ME, for $350, sold to Justus PIKE, yeoman, of Eastport, 3 1/2 acres of land on Moose Island, Eastport, adjacent to land of Andrew Harrington and Robert McKenrie - 7 May 1807 [NOTE: this was apparently the Justus PIKE homestead, still in his possession when he died in 1844.]

-Vol. 12, pp.73-74. John and Sarah/Sally KENDALL of Eastport, for $150, sold to Justus PIKE, yeoman, Eastport, 2 1/2 acres in Eastport near Gilbert Harris house and Andrew Harrington - 24 Apr 1820 [NOTE: this property was sold to Samuel STEVENS in 1838 - see below.]

-Vol. 24, pp.519-520. Warren HATHAWAY of Eastport, for $100, sold to Justus PIKE of Eastport, 4 1/2 acres of land in Eastport near the land of Andrew Harrington and Nicholas Smith - 2 Oct 1827 [NOTE: Justus PIKE sold this land to John LANCEY jr. in 1835 - see below.]

-Vol. 56?, pp.445-446. Justus PYKE of Eastport, for $200, sold to John LANCEY Jr., 4 1/2 acres of land in Eastport near the land of Andrew Harrington and Nicholas Smith - 16 Nov 1835 [NOTE: this is the land Justus PIKE bought from Warren HATHAWAY in 1827 - see above. Betsy PIKE did not sign the deed, as wifes often do.]

-Vol. 38, pp.366-367. Justus PIKE, yeoman, Eastport, for $140, sold to Samuel STEVENS, Eastport merchant, 2 1/2 acres of land in Eastport near Gilbert Harris and Andrew Harrington - 1 Jun 1838 [NOTE: this is the land Justus PIKE purchased from John KENDALL in 1820 - see above. Betsy

42. L. Webber. 1999. Jason Harrington-Prudence Crabb family. e-mail 11 Oct 1999.
Lloyd Webber (Cloverdale, New Brunswick) provided information on a Harrington-Crabb family. Details are included on my Harrington webpage.

43. D. Worden. 1999. Harrington-Worden connection, New Brunswick. e-mail 11 Mar 1999.
From Deborah Warden: "Charlotte HARRINGTON from Greenwich, NB married William B WORDEN 31Aug 1837 Kings Co Mar Rd p473. This was Wms first wife. He married #2 26 Oct 1848. Wm and Charlotte had: Wm Allen b1841, Amelia b1843, Albert Amasa b1846, Wm B Worden born 1814 (son of Anderson G WORDEN and Eliz Williams). I have no birth or parent info on Charlotte and assumed she died by 1848."

44. R. K. Young. 2001. Daniel and Matilda Harrington. e-mail 12 April 2001.
Robert K. Young (77 Farquhar Place, Elliot Lake, Ontario P5A 3J5) provided these notes on a New Brunswick Harrington family.
1. Daniel HARRINGTON and Martha ____
2-Matilda Jane HARRINGTON b. Coles Island, Queens Co., N.B. She died 29 May 1942 in Massachusetts. She married Robert John PHILLIPS, who d. before 1942.
3-Leonard John PHILLIPS b. between 1875 and 1800 Canaan Rapids, United States (location not given more specifically). He married Kathleen Ida DUNHAM, dau. of George William DUNHAM and Katherine F. THORNE (b. 2 Nov 1883 Saint John, New Brunswick; d. 25 Oct 1973 Barrington, Massachusetts.
4- Everett S. PHILLIPS b. ca 1905
4-Beulah B. PHILLIPS b. ca 1906
4-Marion A. PHILLIPS b. ca 1907
4-Beatrice S. PHILLIPS b. ca 1908

45. L. Zajkowski. 1999. [Information on Harrington family]. e-mail March 1999.
The following additions/corrections/comments were provided by Lisa Zajkowski concerning [the first edition of] my webpage on the HARRINGTON families.

"In unidentified Harringtons, Part 4 - From Kings County Marriage Registers:
James HERRINGTON and Jane McCULISHAN, both Studholm Parish, 11 Nov 1847-This is the marriage record for James Harrington & Sarah Jane McAllister
Group 4, Subgroup B. Sarah's surname was apparently mangled by the person
recording the marriage.

Group 8 Earliest Generation-John HERRINGTON m. Mary NOWLAN 30 Dec 1813 - John (James) Herrington & Mary C. Nowlan are the parents of James Herrington (Harrington), mentioned above, who married Sarah Jane McAllister.
The 1851 Kings County Census also shows two daughters of John & Mary, and
sisters of James:
1) Mary C. Herrington, born 1819 in Sussex.
2) Martha Jane Herrington, born 1824 in Sussex, married James Howe on 2 June 1852 in Studholm. [NOTE: I am not convinced that these are the parents of James HARRINGTON who m. Sarah McALLISTER - SRW]

There are some corrections and additions I can make to the children of
James Harrington & Sarah Jane McAllister:
1) Susan Elizabeth Harrington, born 21 March 1849, Kings County. married
William Alfred Biggar in Havelock, Kings County on 17 Apr 1867. William
Alfred was born December 1845 in Mount Hebron, Kings County. ( Susan &
Alfred are my 2nd great-grandaunt & uncle).

CORRECTION: 2) William J. Harrington - born 1854 - married Sarah Jane Jamieson & 3) Albert Harrington - born ca 1857. These are the same individual. His correct name is William Albert Harrington. He was born ca 1864 in Havelock, Kings County. He married Sarah Jane Jamison about 1880 in Hayden Ridge, Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County. There was no other William or Albert born to James & Sarah.

4) Theresa Harrington - born ca 1857 in Havelock, Kings County. Married
William T. Bell, who was born 20 Dec 1857 in Millstream, Kings County. They
were married before 1879, as their daughter, Margaret Bell was born 19 March
1879 in Gordonsville, Carleton County.

5) Mary Jane Harrington - birth is correct - additionally, she married a Mr.

6) Victoria Augusta Harrington - born ca 1863 in Havelock Parish, Kings
County. She married Arthur Heath.

7) Genevera Harrington - born 1867 in Havelock Parish. She married Ezra
Filamore on 8 Jan 1892 in Biggar Ridge, Carleton County.

Lastly, there is possibly an additional child of James Herrington & Sarah
McAllister. The 1891 census of Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County shows James & Sarah with a one year old child, Noel Harrington, who is listed as their son. Sarah died two years later, in 1893. Someone gave me a death date for James
as 1870. However, this is impossible, as James & Sarah moved to Biggar Ridge
in the 1880s. Also, if Noel was indeed their "surprise" last child, he was born in 1890.
And finally, Herbert Neil Bradley, author of "History of Foreston, Carleton
County, New Brunswick" states that James Harrington was known to still be
alive in 1902.

Children of William Albert Harrington & Sarah Jane
1) Grace Athlinda Harrington - born 1878, married Willis Branscombe, 5 Aug
2) Pearl Ralph Harrington - birth & death correct. He married Bertha
Branscombe, 22 Oct 1901, After Bertha's death in 1919, Pearl moved to Maine
and married Bertha Green. Nine children are attributed to first wife, Bertha
3) Lida (Lydia) Rebecca Harrington - birth correct. She died on 26 Dec 1959.
She married FIRST: Charles W. Hayden, on 28 Sept 1898.
She married SECOND: George Boyd, on 18 Aug 1926.
4) Bessie Augusta Victoria Harrington - birth correct. She died 6 Sept 1950.
She married FIRST: William Lunnie
She married SECOND: Jacob Lunnie (William's brother)
5) Susan E. Harrington - She married FIRST: Harvey Branscombe, 15 April 1903
She married SECOND: Nehemiah Burpee (Durpee is a misspelling)
6) Annie May Harrington - born in Juniper, Aberdeen Parish - not Jupiter.
She married: Sidney Stanton around 1903 in Biggar Ridge. They eventually moved to Vancouver in the 1940s, where Sidney died in 1947. Annie later married a Mr. ROGERS,and she died in Toronto. I have no
record of a marriage to aMr. Foster.
7) Oliver Arthur Harrington - Alvie was a nickname.
8) Alma Margaret Harrington - birth correct. She died on 22 Nov 1912, at age
14,Hayden Ridge, Carleton County
9) Jean Harrington - She married Charles Harrington (her first cousin) in May
1902,and died in 1941. Charles's father, Charles Henry Harrington,
and Jean's father, William Albert Harrington, were brothers.

All of the above info is included in "History of Foreston, Carleton County,
New Brunswick, Including the Adjacent Communities of Biggar Ridge and
Beaufort," by Herbert Neil Bradley, 1984.


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