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Charlottetown (P.E.I.)
  • Created by J. MacMicken Wilson, 10 July 2000. Entered into AtoM by J. Toms, 13 November 2014.
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Charlottetown Harbour (P.E.I.) 1
Cherry Valley (P.E.I.)
  • 11 mi. SE of Charlottetown in Lots 49 & 50. PO 1850-1967. Named for the estate of Joseph Beers. Accrding to Macqueen (1957) it was named by James Lewis Hayden for Cherry Valley near Otsego, New York. Known to the French as Marguerite
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Churchill (P.E.I.)
  • 10 mi. west of Charlottetown in Lots 31 and 65. Named for Winston Spencer Churchill in 1900.
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Clyde River (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Dog River Settlement

  • Community 6 mi. W of Charlottetown in Lot 31. Formerly called Dog River Settlement
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Cornwall (P.E.I.) 1
Covehead (P.E.I.)
  • 11 mi. N of Charlottetown in Lot 34. Probably named because it is at the head of a cove of a bay which was subsequently called Covehead Bay, PO 1851-1883
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Crapaud (P.E.I.)
  • Village incorporated in 1950 in Lot 29. From the French name of the Westmoreland River, riviere aux Crapauds (river of toads). PO from 1857
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Crossroads (P.E.I.)

Use for: Untitled, Cross Roads (P.E.I.), Newton (P.E.I.)

  • 2 miles South East of Charlottetown where the Old Georgetown Road (now Trans-Canada Highway) and the Georgetown Road leading South over Tea Hill met. P.O. Lot 48 1888-1905; P.O. Cross Roads Lot 48 1905-1906; P.O. Lot 48 1906-1907; P.O. Hillsboro Lot 48 1907-1916.
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Cymbria (P.E.I.)
  • 5 miles South East of North Rustico in Lot 24. Named for the lodge of William Hodges, who came from Wales in 1822 to manage the Winsloe estate. It is a poetic name for Wales. P.O. 1895-1914 National Topographic System maps prior to 1967 placed it incorrectly in South Rustico at St. Augustines Church.
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