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Georgetown (P.E.I.)
  • Named by Samuel Holland 1765 George Town for George III (1738-1820). County seat of Kings County. Town incorporated 1912. PO from 1827. The port was called Three Rivers in the early 1800s.
Gladstone (P.E.I.)
  • 3 mi. E. of Murray River in Lot 64. Named for William Ewert Gladstone (1809-1898) Prime Minister of England. PO 1907-1915. School district Wilmot 1864
Glenwood (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Woodridge

  • 6 mi. SW of O'Leary in Lot 8. Selected for school 1898; formerly called Peirre jacques. PO Lot 8 c 1843-1853 and 1863-1904.
Grand River (P.E.I.) 0
Grand Tracadie (P.E.I.)
  • 12 mi. NE of Charlottetown in Lot 35. Possibly a French settlement originally. PO c1871-1913
Granville (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Grenville Mills

  • 8 mi. NW of Hunter River in Lot 21. Name derived from Grenville
Green Gables (P.E.I.)
  • Site operated by Parks Canada associated with the Anne of Green Gables stories by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Located at Cavendish, PEI.
Green Meadows (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Sinnott's Road (P.E.I.), Morell Rear (P.E.I.)

  • 4 miles South West of Morell in Lot 39. Given c.1960 by Father Simpson and the sister who taught at the school when the Morell Rear and Sinnot Road schools were amalgameted. P.O. Morell Rear c.1871-1916; P.O. Sinnott's Road 1898-1912.
Greenvale (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Greenville

  • 2 mi. SE of Hunter River in Lot 23. Noted incorrectly in Meacham's (1880) and by Douglas (1925) as Greenville
Hamilton (P.E.I.)
  • 5 mi. NW of Kensington in Lot 18. Selected at a public meeting 1869 for a school to replace Oyster Cove and Shipyard. PO 1870-1934
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