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Located on the Keswick River, 3.92 km NNE of Lower Hainesville: Douglas Parish, York County: first known as Jonesbury Settlement and later called Upper Keswick: in 1898 Upper Keswick was a flag station on the Canadian Pacific Railway and a farming settlement: renamed Barton for John Barton who was killed at this place.

Latitude : 46° 8'

Longitude : 67° 2'

County : York

Parish : Douglas

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CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Mills 3.17 126° SE
Chamcook Island 3.71 180° S
Hayne 3.92 161° SSE
Lower Hainesville 3.92 199° SSW
Burnside 3.92 161° SSE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.