A look back in time...

Memories of Blackville is a website dedicated to preserving the historical heritage of Blackville, New Brunswick by sharing and recording its history. Browse our collection of photographs and articles of historic Blackville, watch video of villagers sharing their childhood memories and read the fascinating recollections of some of our local storytellers.

Storytellers... everybody has a story

Watch video of local residents recalling the past and sharing fond memories of Blackville. A nostalgic look back at days gone by.

Storytellers

Watch video of local residents recalling the past and sharing fond memories of Blackville. A nostalgic look back at days gone by.

Recalling the past

 A collection of articles and short stories of the people and places that make Blackville unique.

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Memories of Mama

It was the Spring of 1922 and at a little house near The Forks in Howard, Ella Colford welcomed her second child Noreen Mary. In "Memories of Mama", Les McLaughlin shares a touching tribute to his grandmother Noreen.

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New life to Old Trinity

How did an old country church from Canada become known as the oldest chapel in Oklahoma? Learn the fascinating story of how two sisters from America brought new life to Blackville's Old Trinity.

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Her name was Roseen

Pauline Underhill (née Coughlan) grew up in Gray Rapids. She attended the old Mountain School for six years in the late 1950’s. “Her Name Was Roseen” was written about her special childhood friend, Roseen Underhill.