With more than 155 years of fascinating history, the Town of Woodstock, New Brunswick’s earliest town, is a treasure trove of heritage. On May 1, 1856, Woodstock was honored with the distinction of being the first town to be incorporated in New Brunswick. The town is proud of its array of 19th-century Victorian architectural gems, which include beautifully preserved heritage homes, churches, and civic buildings. Here are a few notable examples.
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I was born in Woodstock, NB and my name is Jo Anne Kelly. My Father built the original LOG COSY CABINS and the family is searching for pictures of them. He built them in the early 30’s. May have been 1930. I will very much appreciate if you get back to me with information. Thanks and have a good week. I live in Montreal.
Jo Anne Kelly
My parents bought the McLean’s Dairy property from old Mrs McLean in the early 1960’s and I had never known the history of this home. Thank you.
St Albert, Alberta