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Located 6.79 km NW of Flume Ridge: Manners Sutton Parish, York County: first called Magaguadavic: PO Magaguadavic 1852-1898: renamed Brockway for Reuben Brockway and Rufus Brockway who came here from New Hampshire about 1818, and for Artemus Brockway and Alvia Brockway who settled here sometime after 1818: in 1871 it had a population of 100: PO Brockway 1898-1913: in 1904 Brockway was a farming settlement with 1 post office and a population of 50.

Latitude : 45° 32'

Longitude : 67° 7'

County : York

Parish : Manners Sutton

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