Southampton, New Brunswick
The community is located on the east side of the Saint John River, 3.71 km south of Nackawic and south of Southampton Junction, a station located within the village of Millville, created when the New Brunswick Railway was constructed in the 1870s.
A post office branch was established in 1853 and removed in 1914. In 1866, Southampton was a farming community with approximately 68 resident families. In 1871 Southampton and surrounding district had a population of 300. In 1898 Southampton had 1 post office, 3 stores, 2 churches and a population of 100.
- Wright, Esther Clark (February 1972). "The Process of Possession". The Loyalists of New Brunswick (2nd. ed.). Canada: Moncton Pub. Co. Ltd. pp. 180–181.
Block 7, Southampton, Pennsylvania Loyalists, grant to William Burns and others, August 17, 1787
- "Southampton". Where is Home? New Brunswick Communities Past and Present. Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Retrieved 26 May 2012.
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