Long Creek

Lot 65 is a township in Queens County, Prince Edward Island. It is part of Hillsboro Parish. Lot 65 was awarded to Richard Wright and Hugh Owens in the 1767 land lottery. In 1796, then-Lieutenant Governor Edmund Fanning granted Lot 65 to fellow Loyalist Andrew Ladner, with Louisa Augusta Fanning and Peter MacGowan as witnesses. Both Fanning and Ladner were Loyalist immigrants from the newly formed United States. Andrew Lander died in 1836 and is buried on the lot, in the location now known as Nine Mile Creek.
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St. Catherines, PEI | (902) 675-3471

Enjoy one of our six luxurious bed and breakfast suites, each equiped with its own modern private en-suite bath and shower,...

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Cornwall, PEI | (902) 566-2378

Come sit and enjoy our panoramic view of the West River. Sip your morning coffee on the East deck or in the gazebo. ...

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Bonshaw, PEI | (902) 675-4741

Breakfast can be taken in the open dining room, the sun porch, or the upstairs veranda. The large living room is an excellent...

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Argyle Shore, PEI | (617) 981-1808

This beautiful 1-1/2 acre property with 350 feet of ocean waterfront is located in the Northumberland Strait. Two lovely log homes...

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Fairview, PEI | (902) 675-3330

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Cornwall, PEI | (902) 566-2444

Ridgewind Farm Tourist Home offers a choice of 2 Bedrooms that are comfortable, casual and elegant - a wonderful place to relax,...

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