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History of New Carlisle, Québec, Canada

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The site of the town was selected in 1784 by the Lieutenant-Governor of the jurisdictional District of Gaspe, Nicholas Cox, named Cox Township. The town as is thought to have been named after Cox's home town, possibly Carlisle in England, soon after, the name was changed from "Carlisle" to "New Carlisle". The original settlers of 1784 were discharged soldiers of British Army regiments and Loyalists claimants. In 1877, the place was incorporated when the Township Municipality of Cox was dissolved into the Municipalities of New Carlisle and Paspébiac. Senator Theodore Robitallie was elected as a member from Bonaventure County and during his time in the federal government he commissioned the Words and music for O'Canada in 1885.

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  • The original settlers of New Carlisle (1784) were discharged soldiers of British Army regiments and Loyalists claimants.


  • 1785 - Bonaventure, seigniory, was forfeited to the crown in 1785


  • 1832 - Bonaventure, seigniory, was forfeited to the crown in 1785 in consequence of its never having been taken possession of by the original grantees.
    It now forms a part of the townships of Hamilton and Cox.
    A Topographical Dictionary of The Province of Lower Canada by Joseph Bouchette, Esq., London, 1832

  • 1873
    NEW CARLISLE, a seaport town and port of entry of Quebec, capital of the co of Bonaventure, on the Baie des Chaleurs lat. 48° 3 N., lon 60° 19 W. It...Read MORE...


  • 1877 - (New Carlisle) - In 1877, the place was incorporated when the Township Municipality of Cox was dissolved into the Municipalities of New Carlisle and Paspébiac

    www.wikipedia.org

  • 1887 - Église de Saint-Étienne established at New-Carlisle

    www.gcatholic.org

  • New Carlisle, Québec, Canada
    Église de Saint-Étienne
    166, rue Principale, New-Carlisle, QUÉBEC
    Established 1887
    Source: Google maps

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  • 1895 - New Carlisle
    New Carlisle, a seaport town and port of entry of Quebec, capital of the co. of Bonaventure, on the Bay of Chaleurs. Lat. 48° 3' N.; Lon. 65° 19'W....Read MORE...


  • 1906
    New Carlisle, a post-village of Quebec, in Bonaventure co., on the Bay of Chaleur and on the Atlantic and Lake Superior R... Pop. of the district,...Read MORE...


  • New Carlisle, Québec, Canada
    Rue Pincipale, Main Street, New Carlisle, P.Q.
    Postcard


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Église de Saint-Étienne
166, rue Principale, New-Carlisle, QUÉBEC
Established 1887
Source: Google maps

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New Carlisle, Québec, Canada
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Rue Pincipale, Main Street, New Carlisle, P.Q.
Postcard
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  • The original settlers of New Carlisle (1784) were discharged soldiers of British Army regiments and Loyalists claimants.
  • 1785 - Bonaventure, seigniory, was forfeited to the crown in 1785
  • 1832 - Bonaventure, seigniory, was forfeited to the crown in 1785 in consequence of its never having been taken possession of by the original grantees.
    It now forms a part of the townships of Hamilton and Cox.
    A Topographical Dictionary of The Province of Lower Canada by Joseph Bouchette, Esq., London, 1832
  • 1873
    NEW CARLISLE, a seaport town and port of entry of Quebec, capital of the co of Bonaventure, on the Baie des Chaleurs lat. 48° 3 N., lon 60° 19 W. It... Read MORE...

  • 1877 - (New Carlisle) - In 1877, the place was incorporated when the Township Municipality of Cox was dissolved into the Municipalities of New Carlisle and Paspébiac

    www.wikipedia.org
  • 1887 - Église de Saint-Étienne established at New-Carlisle

    www.gcatholic.org
  • 1895 - New Carlisle
    New Carlisle, a seaport town and port of entry of Quebec, capital of the co. of Bonaventure, on the Bay of Chaleurs. Lat. 48° 3' N.; Lon. 65° 19'W.... Read MORE...

  • 1906
    New Carlisle, a post-village of Quebec, in Bonaventure co., on the Bay of Chaleur and on the Atlantic and Lake Superior R... Pop. of the district,... Read MORE...

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