(c) 2007-2015  Last updated September 2, 2015

To foster, promote and encourage all residents within the FNHA boundaries (Barker’s Point, Devon, Douglas, Marysville, Lower St. Mary's and Nashwaaksis) to actively pursue the celebrating, collecting, identifying and recording of the history of the area as represented by individuals, families, places, objects, photographs, books, buildings, places of business, cemeteries,mechanical equipment,recreational/sport facilities, and natural features.
Business Fredericton North
City of Fredericton Heritage
Fredericton Heritage Trust
Fredericton Region Museum
Heritage Branch (Province of NB)
Heritage Canada Foundation
Keswick Ridge Historical Society
Virtual Museum of Canada
York County GenWeb

Welcome to the website of the Fredericton North Heritage Association (FNHA), which was formed in 2007 to honour the rich heritage of the northside of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
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 Rafting on the Douglas Boom
The aims and objectives of FNHA:
  50 Ashfield Street, Fredericton NB E3A 3E9 

Jill Hargrove of the FNHA thanking FNHA member Bob McNeil who was the speaker for the June 9 meeting. Bob gave an interesting and informative talk on the history of Maugerville. Following the meeting, the FNHA members were treated to a barbecue, thanks to FNHA President Eric Megarity, his wife Suzanne and Mark Depow. 

      2012 and 2013 FNHA                Journals for sale 

Our 2012 and 2013 journals are now on sale for $5 each. Featuring in the 2012 journal are articles on: the McFarlane  Wagon Factory, Nashwaaksis Memorial School, the Vimy Ridge Memorial, and St. Anthony's Church. In the 2013 journal there are articles on an 1890's trip around the world, schools, Currie's Mountain, employees of the Canadian Eastern Railway and the York Arena. Get your copy by contacting Bob McNeil at 472-9757. 

The new 2015 FNHA journal is now on sale at the Jean Coutu store in the Devon Plaza. The price is a bargain at $10 a copy.