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Located 6.71 km ESE of Colpitts Settlement and 6.71 km ESE of Coverdale: Coverdale Parish, Albert County: PO 1858-1969: in 1866 Turtle Creek was a farming community with approximately 35 families: Robert Mitton and Peter Jonah were mill owners here: in 1871 it had a population of 150: in 1898 Turtle Creek was a station on the Salisbury and Hillsborough Railway and had 1 post office and a population of 100: formerly called Fourche à Crapaud by Acadian settlers.

Latitude : 45° 58'

Longitude : 64° 53'

County : Albert

Parish : Coverdale

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