1890 Roman Catholic Census of PEI
St. Paul's, Summerside

This information has been extracted from transcriptions that were originally completed by Mr. Lou Daley. A complete set of Mr. Daley's transcriptions can be found at the Public Archives and Record Office, Charlottetown. Portions of his transcripts covering the "Acadian Parishes", as well as the general index, may also be found in the Research Room of the Acadian Museum, Miscouche.

Originals of the census enumerations are apparently held by the Diocese of Charlottetown. Microfilmed copies may also be available, although my understanding is that the microfilms do not include the "Comments" portion of the census.

This census is unique in that it often recorded the maiden name of married women.

Groupings appear to have been made on a per-household basis, similar to the Federal census records. Two or more families, not necessarily related to each other, could be grouped together. Generally, only names and ages were shown. Relationships to the heads of households and other comments were not necessarily provided, although some priests did make additional notes. Each individual was assigned a reference number but these are not included here.

Spelling of names is the same as that used in the original transcripts. This is a partial transcription only, comprising families connected to my personal research. I have attempted to ensure the accuracy of my transcriptions. However, errors are possible and any errors are mine. Please refer to the originals for confirmation and clarification.

Name Age Comments
Daniel Condon35Labourer
Mrs Veronica Condon28nee Hickey
Mary Lenette Condon9 
Zita Margaret Condon4 
Albert Patrick Condon8 
Ezra Edmund Condon3 
James Frederick Clow29Labourer, convert, non-practical
Mrs Catherine Clow30nee McCourt
Annie May Clow6 
George Henry Clow4 
Patrick Garfield Clow3 
Mary Maud Clow3 months 
John L. McLellan41Caulker, at present in U.S.
Mrs Catherine McLellan33nee Steele
Gertrude McLellan15 
Peter McLellan13 
Margaret McLellan11 
Wilfred McLellan10 
Leonard McLellan6 
Annie Florence McLellan4 
Bernard Joseph McLellan2 
Mary Ethel McLellan6 months 
Mary Gaudet30Servant at Edward Strong's
Justine Gaudet27Servant at William Reid's
Roderick Gillis70retired farmer, moved from Indian River
Mrs Mary Gillis71nee McLellan
Alice Lyle Gillis13 
Albert Gaudet44Truckman
Mrs Veronica Gaudet39nee Gallant
Wilfred Gaudet13 
Joseph Gaudet10 
Henry Gaudet9 
Mary Gallant23Servant
John Gallant28Fisherman
Mrs Bridget McLellan47widow
William James McLellan16Servant with George Muttart
Bridget Eleanor McLellan8 
Margaret Jane McLellan7 
John Andrew McLellan10 
Mary Ann McLellan12 
Eliza Connolly McLellan45Servant at Thomas Hinton's
William Clow36Farmer, protestant, married by Methodist minister
Mrs Cecilia Clow30nee Hickey
James Ernest Clow13 
Mary Melvina Clow12children baptised by priest
Henry Davis Clow8 
Ronald Clow7 
Joseph Clow5 
Charles Albert Clow4 
William John Clow1 
Frank McKinnon46Carpenter
Mrs Mary McKinnon52Parents poor
David McKinnon20Labourer
Catherine McKinnon18 
Helen McKinnon22 
William McKinnon16 
John L. McKinnon15 
Elizabeth McKinnon13 
Mary McKinnon10 
James McKinnon7 
D. A. McLellan70Carpenter
Mrs Margaret McLellan68nee MacDougall, Dressmaker
Mary McLellan37 
James H. McLellan36Doctor
Mrs M. J. McLellan30 
Herman Alban McLellan4 months 
John Gillis40Plasterer
Ann Gillis34nee Smith
Frederick Gillis14 
Ann May Gillis13 
John Henry Gillis11 
Gertrude Gillis9 
Bernard James Gillis7 
Charles Gillis5 
Mary Ellen Gillis4