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5th Queens

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5th Queens
Prince Edward Island electoral district
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Primary map depicts original boundaries; inset depicts boundaries after creation of 6th Queens in 1966
Defunct provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island
District created 1873
First contested 1873
Last contested 1993
Demographics
Census divisions Queens County
Census subdivisions Charlottetown

5th Queens was an electoral district in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island, which elected two members to the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island from 1873 to 1993. The district was also known as Charlottetown Common until 1939.

Until 1966, the district comprised the entire city of Charlottetown. For that year's provincial election, the district was split, and 5th Queens comprised the eastern half of the city for the remainder of its existence. The western half of Charlottetown became the new district of 6th Queens.

The district was abolished in 1996.

Members

Dual member

Assembly Years Member Party Member Party
26th 1873 James Colledge Pope Conservative John Theophilus Jenkins Conservative
1873-1876 Frederick Brecken Conservative
27th 1876-1879 Louis Henry Davies Liberal George W. Deblois Conservative
28th 1879-1882 Neil McLeod Conservative
29th 1882-1886 Patrick Blake Conservative
30th 1886-1890
31st 1890-1891
1891-1893 John Theophilus Jenkins Conservative

Assemblyman-Councillor

Assembly Years Assemblyman Party Councillor Party
32nd 1893-1897 Lemuel E. Prowse Liberal Benjamin Rogers Liberal
33rd 1897-1900
34th 1900-1904 John Whear Liberal George E. Hughes Liberal
1904 James Warburton Liberal
35th 1904-1908
36th 1908-1912
37th 1912-1915 Stephen R. Jenkins Progressive Conservative William S. Stewart Progressive Conservative
38th 1915-1919 James Paton Progressive Conservative
39th 1919-1923 Edmund Higgs Liberal Gavan Duffy Liberal
40th 1923-1927 Chester McLure Progressive Conservative William J. P. MacMillan Progressive Conservative
41st 1927-1930
1930-1931 vacant
42nd 1931-1935 W. Allen Stewart Progressive Conservative
43rd 1935-1939 T. William L. Prowse Liberal C. St. Clair Trainor Liberal
44th 1939-1943 W. Allen Stewart Progressive Conservative William J. P. MacMillan Progressive Conservative
45th 1943-1947 T. William L. Prowse Liberal
46th 1947-1951 David L. Matheson Progressive Conservative
47th 1951-1955 Earle MacDonald Liberal
48th 1955-1959 Alex MacIsaac Liberal
49th 1959-1962 J. David Stewart Progressive Conservative Alban Farmer Progressive Conservative
50th 1962-1966
51st 1966-1970 Gordon L. Bennett Liberal Elmer Blanchard Liberal
52nd 1970
1970-1974 Peter McNeill Liberal
53rd 1974 George Proud Liberal
1974-1975 vacant
1975-1978 James M. Lee Progressive Conservative
54th 1978-1979
55th 1979-1982 Wilfred MacDonald Progressive Conservative
56th 1982-1986
57th 1986-1989 Wayne Cheverie Liberal Tim Carroll Liberal
58th 1989-1993
59th 1993-1996