49th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island

The 49th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island was in session from March 1, 1960, to November 8, 1962. The Progressive Conservative Party led by Walter Russell Shaw formed the government.

John R. MacLean was elected speaker.

There were four sessions of the 49th General Assembly:

Session Start End
1st March 1, 1960 March 29, 1960
2nd February 9, 1961 March 16, 1961
3rd December 4, 1961 December 7, 1961
4th February 22, 1962 April 6, 1962

MembersEdit

KingsEdit

District Assemblyman Party Councillor Party
1st Kings     John R. McLean Progressive
Conservative
    Melvin J. McQuaid Progressive
Conservative
2nd Kings     Walter Dingwell Progressive
Conservative
    Leo Rossiter Progressive
Conservative
3rd Kings     Thomas A. Curran Progressive
Conservative
    Douglas McGowan Progressive
Conservative
4th Kings     Lorne Bonnell Liberal     Alexander Wallace Matheson Liberal
5th Kings     Stephen Hessian Liberal     George Saville[1]

George J. Ferguson (1961)

Liberal

PrinceEdit

District Assemblyman Party Councillor Party
1st Prince     Hubert Gaudet Progressive
Conservative
    Don Campbell Progressive
Conservative
2nd Prince     George Dewar Progressive
Conservative
    Robert Grindlay Progressive
Conservative
3rd Prince     Henry Wedge Progressive
Conservative
    Keith Harrington Progressive
Conservative
4th Prince     J. George MacKay Liberal    
Cleveland Baker Liberal
5th Prince     Hubert B. MacNeill Progressive
Conservative
    G. Lorne Monkley Progressive
Conservative

QueensEdit

District Assemblyman Party Councillor Party
1st Queens     Frank Myers Progressive
Conservative
    Walter Russell Shaw Progressive
Conservative
2nd Queens     Philip Matheson Progressive
Conservative
    Reginald Bell[2]

Lloyd MacPhail (1961)

Progressive
Conservative
3rd Queens     Andrew B. MacRae Progressive
Conservative
    J. Russell Driscoll Progressive
Conservative
4th Queens     J. Stewart Ross Liberal     Harold P. Smith Liberal
5th Queens     J. David Stewart Progressive
Conservative
    Alban Farmer Progressive
Conservative

Notes:

  1. ^ died
  2. ^ resigned

ReferencesEdit

  • Election results for the Prince Edward Island Legislative Assembly, 1959-09-01
  • O'Handley, Kathryn Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1994 ISBN 0-921925-54-9