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Pleasant Valley (P.E.I.) 2
Point Prim (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Grande-Sanction (P.E.I.)

  • 14 mi. SE of Charlottetown in Lots 57 and 58. Post Office 1870-1913. In French period also called Grande-Sanction
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Port Hill (P.E.I.)
  • 2 1/2 mi. E. of Tyne Valley in Lot 13. Named by early settlers for a residence near Bideford, Devonshire England. PO 1832-1969.
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Pownal (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Pownall

  • 8 mi. east of Charlottetown in Lot 49. Post Office Lot 49, c1854-1871. Pownall, 1871-1940.
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Primrose (P.E.I.)
  • 6 miles North East of Cardigan in Lot 54. Possible named for Archibald Philip Primrose (1847-1929), Earl of Rosebery, Lord Primrose and Dalmeny, Prime Minister of England, 1894-1895. P.O. 1869-1899 and 1904-1915.
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Prince County (P.E.I.)
  • Western most of three counties in Prince Edward Island. Named by Samuel Holland in 1765 for George Augustus Frederick, Prince of Wales, later George IV (1762-1830)
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Princetown Road (P.E.I.)
  • Post Office: 1856-1897; at Brookfield, Lots 23, 24, 67
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Queens County (P.E.I.)
  • Named by Samuel Holland in 1765 for Queen Charlotte (1744-1818)
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Rennies Road (P.E.I.)
  • 1 mi N of Hunter River in Lot 23. Named for David Rennie, a proprietor of part of Lot 23 in the early 1800s.
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Richmond (P.E.I.)
  • 6 mi SW of Tyne Valley in Lot 14. Derived from Richmond Parish and Richmond Bay. Richmond Village is noted in JHA 1855, but the location may not have been the same. Established as a station in 1872. School district before 1880 Mount Hemlock. PO Fitzgerald Station 1875-1906; PO Richmond from 1906.
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