Lorne Valley, an unincorporated area, is located in Kings County in the eastern portion of Prince Edward Island, NW. of Cardigan. Its precise location is N 46°16', W 62°41'.
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|The Geography of Lorne Valley|
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Lorne Valley falls inside the Statistics Canada
census subdivision of Lot 52. They have detailed statistical information available
for the Lot 52 census subdivision for the following categories:
Education,Ethnicity,Family,Income,Labour Force,Population, and Shelter.
Information courtesy Statistics Canada.
|History of the Name|
The official history of the geographic name Lorne Valley (which can be somewhat technical, we admit):
Lorne valley (P.O.) was open from 1 November 1896 to 1 May 1914. Lorne Valley (Sett.) was adopted in Place Names of PEI, 1925. Confirmed 3 December 1946 on 11L/7.Status changed to D.R. Comm. in 1973 Gazetteer.Status changed to Locality when Lorne Valley became part of the Community of Lorne Valley in 1978. Named in 1881 after the Marquis of Lorne, Governor General of Canada from 1878 to 1883.
Information courtesy Geomatics Canada .