Margaret Malone1

#8996, (circa 1828 - 22 January 1907)


Bernard Creamer b. 1827, d. 1906
Children 1.John Creamer7 (1851 - )
 2.Margaret Anne Creamer7 (1853 - 1925)
 3.Hugh Creamer7 (1854 - 1923)
 4.Mary Ellen Creamer7 (1858 - )
 5.Caroline Creamer7 (1861 - 1924)
 6.Bernard Creamer Jr+1 (1861 - 1936)
 7.William Creamer7 (1862 - )
 8.Francis Creamer7 (1863 - )
 9.Mary E Creamer7 (1864 - 1958)
 10.Joseph Francis Creamer7 (1865 - 1930)
 11.Ambrose Creamer7 (1869 - )
 12.Timothy J Creamer7 (1873 - 1950)
 13.Jennie Elizabeth Creamer7 (1874 - 1923)
Margaret Malone was also known as Mullone.2 
Birth*circa 1828She was born circa 1828.3 
Marriage*28 January 1851She married Bernard Creamer, son of John Creamer and Mary McGuire, on 28 January 1851 at Prince Edward IslandG; wit. Pat and Judith Mullone.1,4,5 
28 January 1851 As of 28 January 1851,her married name was Creamer.1,4 
Death*22 January 1907She died on 22 January 1907 at South Melville, Lot 29, Prince Edward IslandG.6 
Obituary2 February 1907Obituary for Margaret Malone was published on 2 February 1907 at The Examiner, Prince Edward IslandG.3 


  1. [S686] Basil Campbell, compiler, Prince Edward Island Newspapers, online, transcript of The Daily Examiner, 9 Jan 1906.
  2. [S33] Prince Edward Island Baptism Card Index, 1721-1885, Public Archives and Records Office of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island. Online
  3. [S686] Basil Campbell, Prince Edward Island Newspapers, online, transcript of The Examiner, 2 Feb 1907: "CREAMER - AN EST. COUNTRY WOMAN - Passes To The Great Beyond - Death of Mrs. Bernard Creamer - It is our sad duty to chronicle the death of one of the most amiable, most respected, most generous and most truly Christian parishioners of Kelly's Cross parish, that of Mrs. Bernard Creamer, relict of the late Bernard Creamer of South Melville.
    The deceased enjoyed at all times the best of health, though troubled at times with attacks of heart affection. On Tuesday, the 22nd January, she complained of a smothering sensation and medical aid was summoned. Her spiritual physician, Father Campbell, P.P., was also called in to prepare for the worst. Again towards evening when her loving family saw that they were doomed to lose their fond friend and adviser, the priest was summoned, who fortified her for that last journey for which she may have been said to have been continually prepared. At seven o'clock p.m., Mrs. Creamer, the hospitable friend of the stranger, the generous hearted, charitable neighbor, the wise, Christian and amiable mother, gladly and confidently resigned her spirit in the 78th year of her age.
    Only on the 5th of last January was her late husband called to his reward, and it seems hard that her loving family, who felt a consolation in having their mother still amongst them to direct, console and guide in the home, should so suddenly be bereft of the one they loved most on earth. But the ways of God are unscrutable, and they humbly bow to his decree.
    She leaves to mourn seven sons and four daughters – four sons on the Island and three in Lowell, Mass., three daughters on the Island and one in Lowell. Among the sons are Mr. Bernard Creamer, the contractor for the finishing of St. Dunstan's Cathedral and Joseph Creamer, Pownal street, Charlottetown.
    Her funeral took place to St. Joseph's church, Kelly's Cross, on Thursday the 24th, where the last rites were performed by Rev. M. J. Smith and Rev. T. Campbell, P.P. The pall-bearers were James Gorman, Patrick J. McKenna, John Bradley, J. J. Bradley, Thomas Kelly and M. A. Smith. Requiescat in pace."
  4. [S688] Descendants of Bernard Creamer and Ann Kilbride, online, Bernard3 Creamer, Sr (John2, Bernard1) was born 15 Mar 1828 in Saint John, N.B., and died 05 Jan 1906 in Kelly's Cross, PEI. He married Margaret Malone 28 Jan 1851, daughter of Thomas Malone and Margaret Cook. She was born 20 Oct 1829 in County Tipperary, Ireland, and died 22 Jan 1907 in Kelly's Cross, PEI.
  5. [S34] Prince Edward Island Marriage Registers, 1832-1888, online, Bernard Creamer and Margaret Mullone, 28 Jan 1851, by banns, by M. Reynolds; wit. Pat and Judith Mullone. Marr. 1850-1852, p. 571, img 35/83.
  6. [S686] Basil Campbell, Prince Edward Island Newspapers, online, transcript of The Daily Examiner, 2 Feb 1907.
  7. [S688] Descendants of Bernard Creamer and Ann Kilbride, online