Bonshaw (P.E.I.)



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  • Bonshaw, Prince Edward Island, is located 8 miles south east of Crapaud. It was named by W. W. Irving who came from near Bonshaw Tower, Dumfries, Scotland.

Source note(s)

  • Rayburn ; RAD 23.4C2 ; Created by J. MacMicken Wilson, 2 October 2000. Entered into AtoM by J. Toms, 13 November 2014.

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Ferne (Mills) Crosby collection

  • CA PCA Acc4307
  • Collection
  • Copied 1993

The collection consists of two copy prints of images of Crosby's Mill. Crosby's Mill was one of many independent small mills which operated in Prince Edward Island in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It was in existence at ...

Crosby, Ferne (Mills)

McRae family fonds

  • CA PCA Acc4203
  • Fonds
  • 1866-1909

The fonds consists of seven items relating to the McRae family and the property on Lot 30. These include the will of Donald McRae (1866), lease of a piece of property to Neil MacDougall (1884), agreement with John Beecher Crosby for the use of a ...

McRae, Donald (Family)