The previous post in this blog show's this old country store in Iona being destroyed by fire yesterday. It was located at 1788 Iona Road where it intersects with the Selkirk Road.
According to CBC PEI News online today, the store was owned by Leo and Florence O'Shea who had operated O'Shea's Grocery here until 1993 and since it was not a store. The family also noted "...it had been in operation for 200 years."
Below are photos from Google Maps.
According to Meacham's 1880 Atlas of Prince Edward Island (see map below from the Atlas) the store was owned by Jno O'Connell with 2 acres and a Store.
In the Cumin's 1928 Atlas of Prince Edward Island, the store was owned by James McCabe with 10 acres. It notes he was married to Annie (Anastasia Cairns) with the following children: Annie, Mary, Margaret and Louise. According to the McCabe genealogy on the Island Register ( http://www.islandregister.com/mccabe1.html ) James' (1859-1942) daughter Mary J. (1897-1961) "...owned and ran the McCabe store in Iona."