Madawaska County was set off from Victoria County in 1873. Before that it was part of York and then Carleton Counties. Madawaska County is located in the northwestern corner of New Brunswick. To the north lies Restigouche County; to the east, Victoria County; to the south, the state of Maine; and to the west, the Province of Quebec.

Parishes of Madawaska County:


Baker Brook	Clair			Lac Baker
Madawaska	Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes	Riviere-Verte
Saint-Andre	Sainte-Anne		Saint-Basile
Saint-Francois	Saint-Hilaire		Saint-Jacques
Saint-Joseph	Saint-Leonard 


Official records for the period prior to the formation of the county in 1873 may be found in those of York, Carleton and Victoria Counties.

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Madawaska County Genealogical Guide
Description of the county at the provincial archives in PDF format. [PDF]
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