List of people from York County, New Brunswick

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This is a list of notable people from York County, New Brunswick. Although not everyone in this list was born in York County, they all live or have lived in York County and have had significant connections to the communities.

This article does not include People from Fredericton as they have their own section.

Full Name Community Famous for Birth Death Other
Edward Winslow (loyalist) Kingsclear UE Loyalist and part founder of New Brunswick 1746/7 1815
Krista Black Kingsclear Canadian women's ice hockey 1980
Roland H. Hartley Shogomoc Governor 1864 1952 [1]
Casey LeBlanc Nackawic Singer 1987
Matthew Wuest Stanley Reporter and creator of CapGeek 1979 2015

Adam Oliver (1823-1882). Born Scotch Lake settlement, near Fredericton, 1823. Moved with his family to Middlesex County, Upper Canada, in 1819. Moved to nearby Ingersoll, 1850. There he established himself as a lumberman, mill owner, contractor, and politician. Developed businesses in Orillia (1868-72) and Thunder Bay District (1872-78). MLA for the Oxford riding, 1867-75.[2]

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  1. ^ "Washington Governor Louis Folwell Hart". National Governors Association. Retrieved October 10, 2012. 
  2. ^ Emery, George (2002). Adam Oliver of Ingersoll, 1823-1882: Lumberman, Millowner, Contractor, and Politician. Western University, London: Ingersoll Historical Society. pp. 1–179. ISBN 0-9688876-1-9.