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Located 8.31 km SSE of Sormany, on the road to Saint-Quentin: Bathurst Parish, Gloucester County: first settled about 1828 by Scottish immigrants: in 1866 South Tetagouche was a farming community with approximately 40 resident families: in 1871 it had a population of about 250: PO Tête à Gouche River 1882-1892: PO Tête à Gouche River South Side 1892-1915: in 1898 it had 2 churches, 1 post office, and a population of 175: included the settlement of Kanes: PO 1904-1915 with Alex F. Kane as postmaster: also included the settlement of Milton Brae: PO Milton Brae 1908-1915: included the settlement of Imhoff and the settlement of Rosehill.

Latitude : 47° 36'

Longitude : 65° 49'

County : Gloucester

Parish : Bathurst

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Rosehill 1.25 270° W
Pitre Road 4.18 244° WSW
Kanes 4.18 244° WSW
Kinsale 4.47 34° NE
Legresley 4.47 146° SE
North Tetagouche 4.47 34° NE
Rio Grande 4.47 146° SE
Tetagouche North Side 4.47 34° NE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.