Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
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Albert County: established as a Nova Scotian township in 1765 and became part of New Brunswick as the Parish of Hillsborough (Westmorland County) in 1786: named for Wills Hill (1718-1793), Earl of Hillsborough and the lord commissioner of trade and plantations: Hillsborough Parish included Coverdale Parish until 1828.

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