• Named after Angus MacLeod, first postmaster.

Mowats Brook

  • Flows southeast into Tracy Brook.
  • Possibly named for John Mowat, of Campbellton, best informed person on Restigouche waters, circa 1896.

Murray Brook

  • Flows southwest into Southeast Upsalquitch River.
  • Probably named for a lumberman.
  • Formerly called Hutchinsons Brook.

New Mills

  • Settled by farmers from Isle of Arran and Ayrshire around 1816.

Ramsay Brook

  • Flows northeast into Southeast Upsalquitch River.
  • Possibly named for H. and P. Ramsay, pioneer lumber exporters at Dalhousie.

Upper Dundee

  • 9 miles southwest of Dalhousie. Post Office 1913-1947.

Glen Levit

  • 9 miles southwest of Campbellton. Post Office Glenlivet circa 1889-1967.
  • Named by John Wright for Glenlevit in Scotland.


  • 7 miles southwest of Campbellton.
  • Post Office circa 1889-1970.
  • Probably named for Glen Coe in Scotland.

Heron Island

  • Named after the flocks of heron there.
  • Settled by people from the Isle of Arran in 1826, the first European settlers in the area.

Inch Arran Point

  • At Dalhousie.
  • Probably named by John Hamilton, settler from Arran, Scotland, 1831.
  • A frigate built during World War II was named Inch Arran for the point.