Willibald Joseph MacDonald

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The Honourable
Willibald Joseph MacDonald
19th Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island
In office
August 1, 1963 – October 6, 1969
Monarch Elizabeth II
Governor General Georges Vanier
Roland Michener
Premier Walter R. Shaw
Alex Campbell
Preceded by Frederick Walter Hyndman
Succeeded by John George MacKay
Personal details
Born (1897-01-27)January 27, 1897
Souris, Prince Edward Island
Died March 17, 1977(1977-03-17) (aged 80)
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Nationality Canadian
Spouse(s) Agnes Smith Flynn (m. 1922)
Children Inez, R.N. (Mrs. Justin Kelly), Joan, R.T., (Mrs. Dr. A. Raymond Grant), Dr. Douglas A.C. MacDonald, Stephanie, B.Sc. (Mrs. P.R. MacDonald), Dr. Louis V.A. MacDonald, William MacDonald (deceased) and G. Vernon MacDonald
Residence Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Alma mater Prince of Wales College
Saint Dunstan's University
Occupation educator
Profession Politician
Religion Roman Catholic

Willibald Joseph MacDonald (January 27, 1897 – March 17, 1977[1]) was an educator and political figure on Prince Edward Island. He served as the 19th Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island from August 1963 to October 1969.

He was born in Souris West, the son of Archibald J. MacDonald. MacDonald was educated in Souris, at Prince of Wales College and at Saint Dunstan's University, later becoming a professor at Prince of Wales College. He served overseas during World War I and also served in World War II. MacDonald married Agnes Smith Flynn in 1925.

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