The Brydons

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15601 World War 1 Regimental Number: 3110386.
Served in the Machine Gun Corps., C.E.F.
Drafted October 1917.

Bryden, John Ferguson (I9222)
15602 World War 2 veteran: service number B 148259
He married Sybil Jean Belczwoska.

Houston, Sybil Jean (nee Belczwoska) Peacefully at the Granite Ridge Retirement Residence in Gravenhurst on Friday May 24, 2013 in her 88th year. Sybil Jean Houston beloved wife of the late John Algie Houston who predeceased Sybil on February 19, 2008. Beloved mother to Robert Gordon Houston (Karen Houston) of Oshawa, Dr. Patricia Lynne Houston (Jeffrey Gollish) of Toronto and ... 
Houston, John Algie (I1781)
15603 World War I Veteran:
Wagoneer, Supply Company, 364th Infantry 
Owenby, Ira Juan (I10528)
15604 Wounded in France Jul 21, 1917. Died Jul 28 while undergoing an operation in London. Bertram, Stirling Aimers (I1095)
15605 WW II Veteran
Cpl. U.S. Army, 14th Armd. Div.
11/12/42 - 3/1/46 
Brydon, John Inglis (I13416)
15606 WW1 attestion paper calls him Edward Blake Fraser. Fraser, Edward Blake (I5109)
15607 WW1 military service:
Regimental number(s): 2365788 
Malyon, Morley Wilbur (I1080)
15608 WW2 Aircraftman 1, Service Number 21892: Harold enlisted in Sydney, NSW, giving his mother, Mabel, as his next-of-kin. Harold tragically died on a training flight when the Anson W2369 aircraft he was in descended in Corio Bay, off Point Cook, in the middle of the night. He drowned, along with the pilot, Flight Lieutenant Jock Langley Webb, and navigators, Flying Officer Kenneth Charles Peters and Warrant Officer Robert John Barker.
-- source Findagrave #152685625 -- 
Lincoln, Harold Gravell (I13629)
15609 WW2 record: Algie, Alan Edgar Brampton B 148468 Algie, Allen Edgar (I221)
15610 WW2 veteran.
He died at the Deere Lodge, Winnipeg. 
Burkell, John Harvey (I4420)
15611 WWI Veteran; PVT 155 Dep Brig
Served 8/28/1918-1/12/1919 
Osborne, Thomas Joseph (I12416)
15612 WWII, U.S. Marine Corps, Sgt. 1st Battalion, 29th Marines, Killed in Action. ( probably on Saipan Island in the Marianas ) Kelley, Sgt. Frank Ambrose (I9304)
15613 WYLIE MARY Mrs. widow of John Wylie, farmer, res. Chillicothe, was born in England, of Scotch parents, in 1827, coming with them to America in 1838, and to Peoria county in 1842. Her father, William Bryden, has spent his active life in farming and teaching. He taught for many years in the old country, and also in New Richmond, O., Princeton, Ind., and in Chillicothe. Elizabeth Bryden, her mother, has been some years dead. Mrs. Wylie married John Wylie in May, 1865. He was a native of Roxburghshire, Scotland, was born in 1814, and was a farmer by occupation. They settled in La Prairie township, Marshall county, where he died in 1873. Mrs. Wylie owns a homestead in town, and is a member of the United Presbyterian Church, of which Church her husband was some time an Elder.
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Bryden, Mary Scott (I3862)
15614 yellow fever Logan, William (I9123)
15615 Yesterday morn. an event took place at the Methodist church, Sackville (West. Co.) in which Miss Mabel FAWCETT of that place and Frederick RYAN of (St. John) city were the principals. The bridesmaids were Miss FAWCETT, sister of the bride and Miss RYAN, sister of the groom. D. Russell JACK, St. John was best man. The father of the bride, Charles FAWCETT, gave away the bride. Rev. R. Brecken performed the service.

---source: The Daily Telegraph, Saint John, October 27 1887 
Family F3365
15616 You can see a photo of Agnes here:

----this birth record seems likely given that the mom's name is Nicholas and that her headstone says she's from Galloway. New Galloway is a town
name:Agnes Newal
baptism/christening date:11 Oct 1789
baptism/christening place:, KIRKBEAN, KIRKCUDBRIGHT, SCOTLAND
father's name:Robert Newal
mother's name:Nicholas Murphie
indexing project (batch) number:C11870-2
system origin:Scotland-ODM
source film number:1068032
reference number: 
Newall, Agnes (I5019)
15617 YOUNG, Kenneth Roy October 10, 1926 - October 10, 2010 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kenneth Roy Young on Sunday, October 10, 2010, at the age of 84, at the Foothills Hospital. Ken is survived, and will be lovingly remembered, by his wife of sixty years, Marion; and his daughters, Donna (Ralph) Marshall of Calgary and Barbara (Joe) Shaw of Virginia. He will also be deeply missed by his grand- children, Bryce Kelley, Leanne Kelley, Matthew Marshall, Amanda Shaw and Megan Shaw. Ken also leaves behind his brother Bill (Lorraine) Young; sisters-in-law and brother-in-law, Dorothy (Bob) Burnham, Evelyn (the late Jack Cleghorn), Ken (Donna) Brydon, and Ruth (Bill) Vandenberg. Ken was born and raised in the Guelph area where he worked, up until his retirement in 1989. Ken and Marion chose to retire in Calgary, where they enjoyed square dancing, travelling, and the company of many new friends. Ken lived his life with honour, dignity and was respectful and kind to everyone he met. Of course everyone will remember him for his gentle sense of humour. A Memorial Service will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY'S, Chapel of the Bells (2720 Centre Street North) on Friday, October 15, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. Condolences may be forwarded through If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to the Arthritis Society, #200, 1301 - 8 Street S.W., Calgary, AB Young, Kenneth Roy (I1983)
15618 [aneurysm]? dissecting abdominal aorta Brydon, Herbert Boyd (I3189)
15619 \\ Henry, Helen (I7394)
15620 \\ Milne, Alison (I5320)

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