Re: Greenwich/Westfield Parish, Kings Co., NB baptisms
Many years ago, I did examine the microfilm, and made some extractions, including Belyeas/Bulyeas; but not, unfortunately, the items you require. The focus of my search were Flewellings (with whom there were several Belyea marriages.) The microfilm I examined was F-1096. ('F' stands for 'Fredericton', and refers to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick in the old Bonar Law-Bennet Library at the University of New Brunswick.) I understand that the Archives are preparing to move into new facilities, which may cause some complications.
You are very unlikely to be allowed to examine the actual original documents, but the microfilm version consists of 'photos' of the original. Again, even these are not quite original, but transcripts from various sources by H. A. Cody, done, it appears, on foolscap.
You have basically three options. Try ordering the film through interlibrary loan but make sure there is a microfilm reader available. See if someone in Fredericton is willing to examine the film for you. Find a Belyea/Bulyea researcher who has made notes from the film. The first instance may be difficult. I vaguely recall that I was able to get the film by interlibrary loan as one of my cousins was, at the time, an assistant archivist. It seems that this particular film was not supposed to have left the archives. I am not certain about that, and you should certainly try to get it, but I wanted to warn you. The third isntance calls to mind a rather dated work, "The Belyeas of New Brunswick", at one time published in the New England Historical and Genealogical Society's periodical. I do not see a transcript of this on-line, but Cleadie has a site at:
which probably made use of it.
There is another site At:
I would think that anyone doing a thorough research of the family in New Brunswick must have consulted the record which you seek, and there may be, if not an actual transcript of the record, at least a confirmation. Of course the internet has actually created a diminishment of real research and the rampant promulgation of errors, so I may be optimistic.