P. W. Crummey

P. W. Crummey

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P. W. Crummey

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Pleaman Wellington Crummey (1891–1960) was a public figure in Newfoundland. He was born at home in Western Bay, Conception Bay.


P.W. Crummey was the son of a fishing captain named Eli Crummey. His mother was Emma Butt. She haled from the nearby Broad Cove. On July 14, 1926, he married his childhood sweetheart Florence Belle Kennedy.

Crummey's family was long-involved in the "Labrador floater fishery". His grandfather James Cromey was the owner/operator of a merchant station located on South Wolf Island in Indian Tickle Groswater Bay.


P.W. Crummey graduated with a high school certificate from Prince of Wales Academy in St. John's and received an associate of arts diploma from the Methodist College in Oswego, New York, U.S.A.


In 1919, P.W. Crummey joined the Ministry of Marine and Shipping. He spent the summers plying the Labrador coast as a purser aboard S.S. Senif. In 1922, he became a school teacher. Crummey taught at various communities including Shoal Harbour, and eventually became Superintendent of the Methodist School Board.


P.W. Crummey was a Commissioner of the Supreme Court and a Justice of the Peace.


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