The Brydons

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 Hotel Nanking
Hotel Nanking
 
 
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'...accompanied by their wives, have been guests of their father.'
"...accompanied by their wives, have been guests of their father."
Andrew Eby Brydon sons visit. 
 
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'...and $6 to Wm. Brydon for his sheep killed by dogs.'
"...and $6 to Wm. Brydon for his sheep killed by dogs."
 
 
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'...are happy to announce the birth of their daughter.'
"...are happy to announce the birth of their daughter."
 
 
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'...everything in the way of horse goods and carriage equipment'
"...everything in the way of horse goods and carriage equipment"
Brydon Bros in Los Angeles 
 
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'...none of the parties have the reputation of being fighting men.'
"...none of the parties have the reputation of being fighting men."
 
 
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'...only one or two headers having been indulged in.'
"...only one or two headers having been indulged in."
A four day bicycle trip through south west Ontario in 1883. 
 
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'...suffering from wounds received in the recent big battle in France.'
"...suffering from wounds received in the recent big battle in France."
Clarence Victor Bryden, son of John Brydon and Clara Goodwin, is wounded. 
 
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'...to be operated on for appendicitis'
"...to be operated on for appendicitis"
Frank Brydon, son of James Brydon 
 
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'...to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Brydon, a daughter.'
"...to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Brydon, a daughter."
birth announcement for Mildred 
 
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'...will shortly remove to Everton.'
"...will shortly remove to Everton."
Moving back to King Township. 
 
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'..a crystal shower in honour of...'
"..a crystal shower in honour of..."
Miss Betty Brydon 
 
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'..a weekend with friends in town.'
"..a weekend with friends in town."
Miss Sybil Ellis visits. 
 
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'..are not much discouraged on account of the plague.'
"..are not much discouraged on account of the plague."
Frances, James and John Brydon 
 
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'..seeking the source of the moonshine.'
"..seeking the source of the moonshine."
 
 
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'..wishes Mr. Brydon continued prosperity.'
"..wishes Mr. Brydon continued prosperity."
James Brydon is advanced to the position of bank manager. 
 
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'A large party left Galt For Manitoba.'
"A large party left Galt For Manitoba."
Robert Brydon and others head west to check it out. 
 
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'A little brother for Lorna.'
"A little brother for Lorna."
birth announcement of a son for Wally and Frances Brydon 
 
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'A pleasant social event...'
"A pleasant social event..."
Edmund Inch and Brydens  
 
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'A stalwart family'
"A stalwart family"
Brydon reunion:
"..the first time they have all been together for fifteen years." 
 
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'a suitably worded address was read by Wallace Brydon'
"a suitably worded address was read by Wallace Brydon"
Mount Pleasant school pupils pay tribute to their teacher. 
 
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'Algie Clan Reunion'
"Algie Clan Reunion"
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Algie 
 
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'An Event of Interest'
"An Event of Interest"
Article gives a date to Robert Brydon's residency in Los Angeles in 1901.
Portage La Prairie News and Weekly Review 
 
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'An interesting ceremony was held today in Barrie Hill Church...'
"An interesting ceremony was held today in Barrie Hill Church..."
"...when Miss Janet Brydon was designated for work in the foreign mission field." 
 
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'Appointed to the Dominion Customs staff...'
"Appointed to the Dominion Customs staff..."
William Bryden 
 
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'Arrived from British Columbia on the noon train'
"Arrived from British Columbia on the noon train"
James Stables M.P.P. visits his daughter and the in-laws. 
 
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'Ask for Jack Brydon'
"Ask for Jack Brydon"
 
 
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'At the age of 90 she still kept house in the pioneer manor...'
"At the age of 90 she still kept house in the pioneer manor..."
Mary Matheson, wife of Alexander Black.

from "Springfield - 1st Rural Municipality in Manitoba" 
 
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'at the post office'
"at the post office"
Colvin Stewart Algie birth announcement 
 
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'Bertram's last two shots were an outer and a magpie'
"Bertram's last two shots were an outer and a magpie"
Bisley shooting competition for Her Majesty the Queen's Prize 
 

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