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Beaver Brook Station, NB

Contributed by farplaces, an ePodunk user.

February 16, 2009

 Hi all

I am trying to get my American passport to travel to Canada to see friends and am having difficulties.

My father's parents were running the Beaver Brook Station in the early 1900's and perhaps earlier.

My father is said to have been born at Beaver Brook and I am having a problem validating that to the satisfaction of my passport requirements... I am American born.

His parents were named Boudreau and my father, Joseph Cleopathas Boudreau, was born in 1904. He was a telegrapher for the CNR and I believe his father was the telegrapher at Beaver Brook Station.

I was 7 years old in 1943 when staying at the station overnight with my grandmother and her huge cat. I do not remember my grandfather.

Is there a place in Beaver Brook where old birth records are kept and a way for me to contact them ?

I would appreciate any help or guidance offered and ask that anyone able will write to my email

[email protected]

Thank you and God bless,

Ray Boudreau


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