Prince Edward

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All Souls' Chapel (Prince Edward Island)
... Peter's Cathedral, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada ... Built of Prince Edward Island sandstone in the High Victorian Gothic style of architecture, it overlooks the beautiful Rochford Square ...
Prince Edward, Duke Of York And Albany - Ancestors
... Ancestors of Prince Edward, Duke of York and Albany 16 ... Frederick, Prince of Wales 20 ... Prince Edward, Duke of York and Albany 24 ...
Lauchlin Mac Donald
... Lauchlin MacDonald (March 25, 1844 – October 27, 1928) was a farmer and political figure in Prince Edward Island, Canada ... to 1912 in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island as a Liberal member ... on the family farm at East Point, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, the son of Ronald Macdonald and Catherine Macdonald ...
Archibald Campbell Miller
... He represented Prince Edward in the Canadian House of Commons from 1891 to 1896 as a Conservative member ... the son of Johnathan Miller and Parnell Leet, and was educated in Prince Edward County ... of the firm's trademark went to war with the Prince Edward Regiment as a mascot during World War II ...
List Of Royal Tours Of Canada (18th-20th Centuries) - 20th Century - 1990–1999
... – 7/1 Elizabeth II Ontario Ottawa Alberta Calgary, Red Deer 7/5 – 7/8 The Prince Edward Manitoba Winnipeg, St ... of Kent Ontario Toronto, Brampton To visit the Lorne Scots 10/23 – 10/29 The Prince and Princess of Wales, Princes William and Harry of Wales Ontario Toronto Prince and Princess of Wales only Sudbury ... John's 11/8 – 11/14 Prince Michael of Kent Alberta Knowlton, Edmonton, Lake Louise, Calgary To visit Bombardier, participate in Remembrance Day ceremonies, attend the Canadian Finals Rodeo, attend regimental events ...

Famous quotes containing the word prince:

    Much more frequent in Hollywood than the emergence of Cinderella is her sudden vanishing. At our party, even in those glowing days, the clock was always striking twelve for someone at the height of greatness; and there was never a prince to fetch her back to the happy scene.
    Ben Hecht (1893–1964)