Coles Island, New Brunswick

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Coles Island is located in New Brunswick
Coles Island
Coles Island
Location of Coles Island in New Brunswick

Coles Island is a settlement and an island in New Brunswick. The island itself is located in the Canaan River. The community is centered on Route 10, Route 715, and Route 112 intersection and extends south of the island as well.

History[edit]

The community is named after David Cole who was a Loyalist settler in the area. By 1898 Coles Island had a post office, two stores, a hotel, a sawmill, a church and a population of 100.[1]

Notable people[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Provincial Archives of New Brunswick - Communities - Coles Island

Coordinates: 45°55′14″N 65°47′24″W / 45.920647°N 65.789952°W / 45.920647; -65.789952