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Located on W side of South Bay, 6.8 km SE of Grand Bay and 8.05 WSW of Saint John: Lancaster Parish, St. John County: possibly named for a ship of the spring fleet of 1783 that brought 212 Loyalists to Saint John: Aurora became part of South Bay: now within the city of Saint John.

Latitude : 45° 15'

Longitude : 66° 9'

County : Saint John

Parish : Lancaster

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Lancaster Heights 2.27 145° SE
Colpitts 2.27 215° SW
Purdy's Corner 2.61 90° E
Quinton Heights 2.61 90° E
Randolph 3.2 55° NE
Mosquito Cove 3.2 55° NE
Churchill Heights 3.2 125° SE
Green Head 3.2 55° NE
Island View Heights 3.2 125° SE
Bell Settlement 3.92 270° W
Duck Cove 3.92 90° E
Fairville 3.92 90° E
Fairville Plateau 3.92 90° E
Greendale 3.92 90° E
Lancaster 3.92 90° E
Mahogany Road 3.92 90° E
Lancaster Vale 3.92 90° E
Sutton 3.93 341° NNW
Ketepec 3.93 341° NNW
Belmont 3.93 341° NNW
Kingsville 4.33 65° ENE
Milford 4.33 65° ENE
Pleasant Point 4.33 65° ENE
Point Pleasant 4.33 65° ENE
St. Marysville 4.33 65° ENE
Simms Corner 4.33 65° ENE
Spruce Lake 4.54 215° SW
Morna Heights 4.54 325° NW
Morna 4.54 325° NW
Allan Cot 4.54 215° SW
Swift Point 4.54 35° NE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.