The Brydons

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1  Brydon, Elizabeth (I4173)
 
2  Young, Edith G. (I5579)
 
3  Brydon, William George McCandless (I1706)
 
4  Brydon, Robert (I3201)
 
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" Thomas Glasgow was born in Linlithgowshire, Scotland, and died in 1843, aged fifty-six years, and his widow died in 1848, aged fifty-seven years. Both were members of the Presbyterian Church. Their children were: Janet; Agnes, wife of Thomas Gillen; Elizabeth; Sophia; John; Thomas; Peter; and James, of Australia. Peter and James are the only survivors. The paternal grandparents were John and Agnes (Gray) Glasgow, natives of Linlithgowshire, where they were farming people and spent their entire lives. The maternal grandparents were Robert and Janet (Hume) Burns, of Scotland."
-- source: Commemorative Biographical Record of the County of Kent. -- 
Burns, Euphemia (I3802)
 
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1871 census officially began April 2, 1871 
Brydon, Margaret (I3050)
 
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1916 census says immigration 1901. 
Halliday, Margaret C. (I4982)
 
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Children:
Eunice A. 18, Lucina 17, Ebenezer 15, James 13, Edwin 12, William 10, Ella 8, Isaac 6, Samuel 4, Clara 8/12 (August). 
Dukeshire, Margaret A. (I5218)
 
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Will of Rebecca Garland Marshall
from Newfoundland will books volume 10 pages 368-369 probate year 1916

In re
REBECCA GARLAND MARSHALL deceased.

1. I, Rebecca Garland Marshall of St. John's, widow, hereby revoke all testamentary dispositions heretofore made by me and declare this to be my last will.

2. I devise and bequeath the following pecuniary legacies:-
(A) To my son J. Charles Marshall, Wardrobe in spare room and all pictures in my late husbands bedroom.
(B) To my son William A. Marshall the picture by "Dorie" in spare bedroom, also overmantle in sitting room on second floor.
(C) To my daughter Agnes E. Pearson, during her life time, my gold locket and chain, when at her death to my granddaughter Maud I. Pearson, absolutely, also to my daughter Agnes E. Pearson one fur cape.
(D) To my daughter Maud J. Dryden of Scranton, Pa.
(1) $700 cash
(2) one seal coat
(3) all souvenir spoons with case
(4) all cut glass.
(E) To my son Alexander Marshall
(1) $500 cash
(2) one solitaire diamond ring
(3) all my postage stamps
(4) one grandfather's hall clock
(5) one davenport, lounge and chair in drawing room
(6) one chest of drawers, made in mahogany, in spare room
(7) oil paintings of myself and my late husband
(8) all silver spoons with the initials "A. & R.M."
(F) To my son George Sellers Marshall
(1) $1500 cash
(2) all furniture in my late husbands bedroom
(3) hand painted china tea set
(4) knives and forks.
(G) To my daughter in law Amy L. Marshall
(1) $500 cash
(2) one green chair and two pictures (Shepherds) in drawing room.
(H) To my grandson Kelvin H.A. Marshall $500 cash.
(I) To my daughter in law Edith Marshall $500 cash.
(J) To my grandson Leslie Marshall $500 cash.
(K) To my sister Mary Ann Christian $500 cash
(L) To my friend Sarah Garland of St. John's, wife of Samuel Garland $500 cash, also furniture in room known as "Charlie's room"
(M) To my sister Eliza Hudson $500 cash.
(N) To my sister Sarah Freeman $500 cash; one fur lined coat and all furniture and effects in the bedroom now occupied by her at my house, also one brooch.
(O) To my sister Bessie Garland $500 cash.
(P) To my brother Herbert Louis $500 cash, piano, clock and one carpet.
(Q) To my brother John Louis $500 cash, organ, clock and one carpet.
( R) To my sister Susie Dryden $500 cash
(S) To my nephew Bond Cross $250 cash.
(T) I bequeath what remains of my jewellery not disposed of to my daughters Agnes and Maud share and share alike.
(U) I devise and bequeath unto my sisters living at my death all my clothes together with all the furniture in the top rooms which has not already been provided for, share and share alike.
(V) To my nephew Alexander Hudson of Lower Island Cove $100 cash.
(W) I devise and bequeath all the residue of my estate and effects unto my sons Alexander and George Sellers Marshall, absolutely, share and share alike.

3. I appoint my said sons Alexander and George Sellers Marshall, executors of this my will. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand at St. John's this 27th day of March A.D. 1913. Rebecca Garland Marshall Signed by the said Rebecca Garland Marshall as her last will, in the presence of us, who in her presence, at her request, and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Annie Matthews. S.J. Foote. 
Louis, Rebecca Garland (I10492)
 
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"James Bryden of Albion is spending a few days as the guest of his daughter, Mr. Arthur Forest and family."
--Battle Creek Enquirer. Battle Creek, Michigan, December 16, 1926 
Bryden, Nina Maud (I11070)
 
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1901 census says birth Aug 9 1848
1911 census says birth Jun 1850
death record says age 80 yrs, birth in August. (ie Aug. 1847) 
Burke, Richard (I8970)
 
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1901 census says birth Nov 3 1825
1911 census says birth Jan 1827
death record says birth 1828 
McPhail, Lilley (I2501)
 
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3 children at home. 
Gunn, Helen Esther (I7847)
 
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A Gunn family lives next door. 
Campbell, Mary (I7844)
 
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a John Brydon, 23 Ont. (cal birth 1858) in household 
Scott, Isabella (I6468)
 
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Address: Johnstone, Thompsons Land 
Holborn, Janet (I3508)
 
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Address: Johnstone, Thompsons Land 
Connell, Christina (I3506)
 
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Alexander BRYDEN m/Miss Maggie LAW, daughter of Wm LAW, Esq last Friday. After breakfast the happy couple started for NY city accompanied by the bridesmaid, Miss Jennie B. LAW and the groomsman Mr. P. C. EVANS of Easton.
from the Pittston Gazette, 11-19-1868 10-11-1889 Luzerne Co, PA
(extracted by Marge Gray). 
Law, Margaret (I5548)
 
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BRYDEN, Lucy Annette, 1114 Madison Av., Baltimore, Md.
Graduate nurse; b. Stoughton, Mass., Nov. 12, 1875; dau. Ewen and Lucy A. (Gay) Bryden; ed. Howard Sem., West Bridgewater, Mass.; Wellesley Coll., B.A. '98; Johns Hopkins Hospital, graduating as nurse.
source: Woman's Who's Who of America, 1914-15, Editor: John William Leonard, 1915 
Bryden, Lucy Annette (I8926)
 
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Brydon, Mr. and Mrs. James (Ross) 115 Bedford road Receives Friday
Mr. Ronald K. Brydon
"The Society Blue Book of Toronto and Hamilton. A Social Directory 1911 " 
Brydon, James (I678)
 
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census address Oakland, Selkirk, Manitoba 
Elizabeth (I7660)
 
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census address: Rosser, Selkirk, Manitoba 
Nichol, Thomas (I1963)
 
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census address: Rosser, Selkirk, Manitoba 
Elizabeth (I7660)
 
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Chronicle Herald, 17 February 1981

Black Rock - Stella Augusta Brydon died Sunday in Western Kings Memorial Hospital, Berwick. Born in White's Corner, Kings County, she was a daughter of the late Edson and Eliza (Hayes) Bowlby. She was a member of Covenantor Church, Grafton. She was active in community affairs and was a Dominion life member of the UBWMS. Surviving are a son Murray, Black Rock; a daughter Madeline (Mrs. Winston Hayes), Milford, Hants County; three sisters, Gertrude (Mrs. Harry Kofoed), Cambridge; Vera (Mrs. Lawrence Best), Centreville, and Lenora (Mrs. Evard Beckwith), Lawrencetown; eight grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Max and a sister Elva. The body is in H.C. Lindsay's Funeral Home, Berwick. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in Black Rock Baptist Church, Rev. William Duffett and Rev. L.M. Estherbrooks officiating with burial in the church cemetery. Donations may be made to Black Rock Baptist Church or any charity. 
Bowlby, Stella Augusta (I6131)
 
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Donald P. Vail of Evanston, 92, died November 23 [1984] at the Skokie Valley Hospital. Survivors include Marcelle Vail, to whom he was married for 63 years, and two children, Jacquelyn Laggren and Donald P. Vail, Jr.
-- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Dec 1984, Obituaries, p. 125 
Vail, Donald Potter (I10469)
 
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Family members at the time of census...
Janet Scobie 39 b. Nova SCotia
Donald 15 b. Ontario
Mary Elizabeth 11 b. Ontario
John George 9 b. Ontario
Jessie 7 b. Ontario
Emily Christena 2 b. Ontario 
Ross, Jessy Scobie (I679)
 
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He and his brother Charles are hardware merchants. 
Brydon, Andrew Eby (I1402)
 
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He was a veteran of the Civil War. He was a tinsmith by trade, and was engaged in that line all his active years. He was a Republican in politics, and a Congregationalist. He married Elizabeth Putnam, of the ancient Putnam family, born in Nova Scotia, February 5, 1847, who is yet living in New Bedford.
- History of New Bedford (Volume II), Zephaniah Walter Pease. 
Sawyer, Stephen Potter (I7349)
 
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He's a pork dealer. 
Bryden, James Lockerby (I8378)
 
30
He's an agent. 
Bird, Isaac Adam (I1218)
 

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