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Located on E side of the St. John River at the mouth of the Nashwaak River, opposite Fredericton: Saint Marys Parish, York County: named for Anthony Barker who was a Loyalist from New York: PO 1912-1950: in 1898 Barkers Point had a population of 100: Barkers Point was incorporated as a village in 1966 and was amalgamated with the city of Fredericton in 1973.

Latitude : 45° 57'

Longitude : 66° 37'

County : York

Parish : Saint Marys

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Salamanca 1.29 270° W
St. Marys 1.85 0° N
St. Mary's Ferry 1.85 0° N
Moncton 1.85 0° N
Nashwaak Station 1.85 0° N
Devon 1.85 0° N
Gibson 1.85 0° N
South Devon 1.85 0° N
Youngs Crossing 2.26 35° NE
St. Mary's First Nation, Sitansisk 2.26 325° NW
North Devon 2.26 325° NW
Lower St. Marys 2.26 145° SE
Victoria Mills 2.26 215° SW
Wilsey Road 3.18 306° NW
Wisely 3.18 306° NW
Una Junction 3.18 306° NW
Morrisons Mill 3.18 306° NW
St. Annes Point 3.18 306° NW
Forest Hill 3.18 306° NW
Fredericton 3.18 306° NW
Morrison 3.18 306° NW
Oborne 3.18 306° NW
Sainte-Anne 3.18 306° NW
Claudie Settlement 3.18 306° NW
Skyline Acres 3.18 306° NW
Sandyville 3.93 19° NNE
Marysville 4.52 35° NE
Nashwaaksis 4.52 325° NW
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.


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