McNutt, Peter Stewart, First
B: 1796, Darnley, PEI
D: 05 Jan 1846. Buried: Malpeque People's Cemetery, Malpeque, PEI
M: 29 Mar 1821, Mary Longworth, dau of Francis Longworth and Agnes "Annie" Auld. Mary b. 05 Feb 1798 in Charlottetown, St. John's Island, christened 07 Apr 1798, St. John's Island d. 06 Sep 1875. Buried in Malpeque, PEI
FN: James "Jamey" McNutt
MN: Penelope Stewart
Children of Peter Stewart McNutt and Mary Longworth:
1. Penelope McNutt
B: 1822, Darnley, PEI
D: 1899. Buried Malpeque People's Cemetery.
M: John McNeill
2. Anne McNutt
B: 1823, Darnley, PEI
D: 28 Apr 1903. Buried in Malpeque, PEI
3. Margaret McNutt
B: Abt 1824, Darnley, PEI
M: Dr. Edward Humphreys. Dr. Edward Humphreys was born about 1820 in Charlottetown, PEI
4. Amelia McNutt
D: 06 Apr 1860. Buried in Summerside, PEI, St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery.
M: John Haszard, son of William Haszard and Ann Farrant Jones. (John Haszard was b. 04 Mar 1816 in Bellevue Cove, PEI d. 8 May 1878 in Charlottetown Royalty, PEI and was buried in Brackley, PEI.
5. Jane McNutt
B: 22 Sep 1827, Darnley, PEI
D: 27 Oct 1875 in Malpeque, PEI and buried in Malpeque People's Cemetery.
M: Dugald Stewart McNutt, son of Thomas McNutt and Annabella Stewart. (Dugald Stewart McNutt b. 1827 in Malpeque, PEI, d. 05 Jul 1888 in Malpeque, PEI and was buried in Malpeque, PEI.
6. Francis L. McNutt
B: 1830, Darnley, PEI
D: 1914 and was buried in Charlottetown, PEI, People's Cemetery.
M: (1) Jane Doherty b. 19 Feb 1825 d. 05 Dec 1874 and was buried in Malpeque, PEI
M: (2) Sarah Parker Longworth, dau of Francis Longworth and Sarah Parker Watts. Sarah Parket Longworth b. 18 Mar 1840 d. 08 Mar 1915 and was buried in Charlottetown, PEI
7. James F. McNutt
B: 1832, Darnley, PEI
D: 16 Nov 1912, Darnley, PEI, and was buried in Malpeque, PEI
8. Hon. Peter Stewart McNutt
B: 05 Apr 1834, Darnley, PEI
D: 1919, Buried in Malpeque, PEI
M: 30 Jan 1861, Annabella Stewart McNutt, dau of Thomas McNutt and Annabella Stewart. Annabella Stewart McNutt b. 1840 d. 1923, buried in Malpeque, PEI
From The Canadian Parliamentary Companion - 1885
MacNutt, Hon. Peter (Prince, 2nd District)
Youngest son of the late Hon. Peter MacNutt, of Darnley, PEI, who was the second s. of the late James MacNutt, Esq. who came to the Island as Private Secretary to Gov. Patterson in 1770. B. at Darnley, P.E.I., 5th April, 1834, and ed. there and at the Central Academy, Charlottetown. M., 30th June, 1861, Anna Stewart MacNutt, of Malpeque, P.E.I. Is a merchant and farmer. Was a Commr. of Small Debts until the County Courts were established; has been a Coroner for Prince Co., since 1863, and was High Sheriff of that Co. in 1875-6 and 1876-7. First returned for present seat in L.C. at a bye (sic) - election in June 1882; re-elected at the g.e. 15th Nov. 1882. A Liberal. - Darnley, Prince Co., Malpeque P.O., P.E.I. Malpeque People's Cemetery.
9. Mary Eliza McNutt
B: 12 Jan 1838, Darnley, PEI
D: 29 Jun 1910. Buried in Summerside, PEI, St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery.
M: Richard Alexander Hunt, son of Thomas Hunt and Janet Stewart. (Richard Alexander Hunt b.17 Jan 1833 in St. Eleanor's, PEI, d. 03 Sep 1907 and buried in Summerside, PEI)