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Located 6.77 km SE of Millville, on the road to Brewers Mills: Queensbury Parish, York County: named for Richard Hayne (1804-1874), the manager of the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Land Company from 1836-1849: William Hains, Robert Hains, Joseph Hains and Charles Hains settled here in 1850: PO Upper Haynesville 1864-1908: in 1866 Upper Hainesville was a farming community with about 51 families: in 1871 it had a population of about 150: in 1898 Upper Hainesville had 1 post office and a population of 175: PO Upper Hainesville 1908-1916.

Latitude : 46° 5'

Longitude : 67° 9'

County : York

Parish : Queensbury

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Sleeps Hill 1.29 270° W
Hainesville 3.71 0° N
Caverhill 3.71 180° S
Nutter Settlement 3.71 180° S
Upper Caverhill 3.93 199° SSW
Greenlaw Settlement 3.93 199° SSW
Milltown Settlement 3.93 199° SSW
Caverhill 4.28 244° WSW
Hainesville 4.28 64° ENE
Southampton Junction 4.51 325° NW
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.