Cardigan

"Timebook" belonging to James E. MacDonald

This is a copy of a page of a (Time book) belonging to James E. Macdonald showing the names
of the men who worked on the "Caspian"
 

All of the information on this page was given to us courtesy of the
Cardigan River Heritage Center which is Located at
4537 Wharf Road
Cardigan, P.E.I.

Captains and the names of their vessels

In the bottom right hand corner it says: From a history paper prepared by Sr. Frances Murphy for Fr. Bolger at U.P.E.I. , 1973

 

All of the information on this page was given to us courtesy of the
Cardigan River Heritage Center which is Located at
4537 Wharf Road
Cardigan, P.E.I.

James E. MacDonald's "Timebook"

This is a copy of a page of a (Time book) belonging to James E. Macdonald showing the names of the men who worked on the "Caspian"
 

All of the information on this page was given to us courtesy of the
Cardigan River Heritage Center which is Located at
4537 Wharf Road
Cardigan, P.E.I.

Raymond Shaw

      Picture below: Raymond & Muriel Shaw

Mary Catherine Redmond

Mary was born an only child to Neil Alexander Gallant and Ellen Monica McLaughlin. She was born in Alberry Plains, PEI, in 1928. She remembers that during World War II, Ed Collins was hired to transport Catholics to Veron River Church in his old ton truck, and Jack Doyle would collect money every Sunday for the fare.

Margaret (Burton) Quinn


Below: Margaret Quinn doing what she loves "Quilting" at the Cardigan Firehall.


George Ployer

George Ployer was born in Cardross in February of 1938 to John Allen Ployer and Marion (Birt); he was the second of four children. When George was four his family moved to the property where he currently lives on Martinvale Road, his father had a mixed farm there which he then took over.

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