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Albert County: established as a Nova Scotia township in 1765 and became part of the province of New Brunswick in 1786: possibly named for Hopewell, Pennsylvania, home of some of the first settlers to the area: may have also been named for the ship that brought a group of settlers from Ireland in 1761: Hopewell Parish included Harvey Parish until 1838.

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