Hampstead, New Brunswick

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Hampstead
Location of Hampstead in New Brunswick

Coordinates: 45°37′16″N66°04′57″W / 45.621061°N 66.082506°W / 45.621061; -66.082506

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Hampstead is a community in Hampstead Parish, New Brunswick New Brunswick Canada. It was settled by Loyalists from New York in 1786 and was named for Hempstead, New York. [1]

History

Notable people

Don Mogard

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References

  1. Hamiton, William Baillie (1996). Place Names of Atlantic Canada (illustrated, reprint ed.). University of Toronto Press. ISBN   0802075703 . Retrieved 31 August 2017.