Reuben Brockway built a grist mill in Brockway in the early days of its settlement, which later burned down. The millstone is now part of a memorial in the Brockway Cemetery next to the Brockway Union Church located at 5026 Route 3 in Brockway, New Brunswick. The church was built in 1890 by Robert Vail and Robert Young. The cemetery land was donated by first settler Reuben Brockway (1775-1865) for burial of his wife, Anne (1775- 1841). There are now over 400 burials in the cemetery.
The following links contain more information about the Brockway Millstone and the settlement of Brockway.
History of Brockway From the Scrapbook by Dr. Rev. Bill Randall.
Commemorating the pioneer settlers of Brockway * Founded in 1818
Reuban Brockway * Solomon Stone * Rufus Brockway * Solomon Vail * Thomas Cloney * James Young * William Dowling