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Stewart Sources

"Five Hundred Years of Family History" by Barry A. Copeland

The "Polly" landed at Orwell Bay with aproximately 300 emigrants mainly from the Isle of Skye

The Descendants of Captain Theophilus DesBrisay

The ship "Annabella"

Pathways to the Present: A Social History of Hamilton, Prince Edward Island

The Dictionary of Canadian Biography

The "Calypso"

"Miscellany of PEI newspapers", TW Stewart collection on The Island Register:

Daily Examiner in April 1896

Burial Notes: Old Protestant Burying Ground, Elm Avenue.

Excerpts from the Stewart Family File, compiled by Nina C. Ross

The Last Will and Testament of Peter Stewart on The Island Register Wills Database

Death of Lieut. Col. Peter Desbrisay Stewart, from Pollard's Historical Sketches, p. 197 - 198

A memorial plaque displayed on the rear wall of St. Paul's Anglican Church in Charlottetown reads: "In Memory of LIEUT. COL. PETER DESBRISAY STEWART

Royal Gazette Tues. Feb. 8, 1842

Little Sands Cemetery Records