Title: C.F.’s Diary, 1913-1952 Author: Clarence F. Morrissey Editor: Annette M. Judge Publisher: Judge Enterprises, Tignish, PE: 1976/77 Description: Folio. 495pp. Illustrated. Facsimile of hand-written Bound in blue cloth with gilt titles. Illustrated dust jacket. Facsimile of a handwritten diary maintained by C.F. Morrissey. This is No. 28 out of and edition of 250 copies signed and numbered by the editor.
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Clarence Ferdinand Morrissey (1876-1960) was a farmer and business operator in Tignish. He was elected to the provincial legislature as a Conservative in a 1945 byelection. He was defeated two years later. In 1952, he would become one of the first Tignish village commissioners. Morrissey was a life-long resident of Tignish. For many years, he owned and operated a lobster packing plant in Black Marsh, just north of the village. He was also a successful fox farmer.