The Brydons

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15601 suddenly Bryden, James Stuart (I7898)
 
15602 suddenly Bryden, David Finlay (I9875)
 
15603 suddenly Archambault, Naomi Helene (I2133)
 
15604 suddenly Bryden, Doris Jennifer (I6763)
 
15605 suddenly McCulloch, Kathryn Anne (I11284)
 
15606 suicidal - severed right jugular vein. Hunt, George B. (I11379)
 
15607 suicide, hanging Manderson, John (I7326)
 
15608 Sulliman, Edith Emily
(nee) Nelson

Also affectingly known as
"Sully" or "Edie"
Jan. 23, 1938 - Dec. 15th, 2013

Edith was 75 years young. Edith passed away peacefully at home with her family, after battling heart disease and kidney damage. Born in Turner Valley, AB. Edith was the eldest of 5 children, parents; Marguerite Hilda Pountain and Robert Bruce Nelson. Edith left Wayne, AB and joined the Royal Canadian Air Force, where she met and fell in love with husband. While they were in the RCAF, Roy was stationed on a NATO base in Zweibrucken, Germany; for 4 years, during this time, Edith enjoyed traveling throughout Europe, touring castles and cathedrals. When Roy left the military, he went to work at the Drumheller Penitentiary, and Edith went to work at the Drumheller Regional Hospital for 28 yrs. Here she made life-long friends, of which there are too many to name. Edith's heart always belonged to Drumheller, she was a Shop-Stewart for the LPN's Union, also a member of Eastern Star, Beta Sigma Phi, and The Marigold Library committee. Edith is per-deceased by her husband; Roy Sulliman, and Brother; James Nelson. Edith leaves behind her daughter, Lorraine (Lorrie) Sulliman of Calgary, grandson; Robert Sulliman of Calgary, her sister; Nancy Swerhun (Hackler) and brother; Bruce Nelson, both of Calgary, and brother; Doug Nelson of Spruce Grove, AB. Edith had many nieces and nephews across Canada. All of which will miss their Aunt very much. Edith will be fondly remembered for her love of laughter; 'Belly-Laughs" and her crocheting of many afghans, her love of reading, sewing and travel, and time spent with good friends and family. A Memorial Service for Edith will be held at a later date in Drumheller. Messages of condolence may be left for the family at www.myalternatives.ca. 
Nelson, Edith Emily (I11226)
 
15609 Supporter of William Lyon MacKenzie.

He was a property owner, a yeoman, and his will left his land, the east half lot 20, 11th concession, King Twp. to his brother, William Hall. 
Hall, James (I8180)
 
15610 Supposed apoplexy. Suddenly no immediate medical attendant present. Bryden, Catherine (I3894)
 
15611 supposed to be dropsy, ill seven or eight months Bryden, John (I3496)
 
15612 supposed to be heart disease, dropped dead.
John Readman, informant. 
Puterbaugh, John (I7023)
 
15613 suppurative appendicitis Brydon, Ethel Caroline (I5898)
 
15614 Surgeon practising otolaryngology.

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada (Dec. 16, 1974)
Past Chief of staff at the William Osler Health Centre, Brampton, Ont.,
President of the Ontario Medical Association 1993 - 1994
Chair of the OMA Committee on Hospitals.

Mclean middle name from Hugh Mclean. 
Dickson, Dr. Thomas Gordon Mclean (I160)
 
15615 surveyor
ww 1 pilot in the RAF. 
Smith, Sidney George (I1085)
 
15616 survived war. rank corporal. Thatcher, Harry White (I4985)
 
15617 Susan D. Potter
Susan Dee Potter, 48, of Penn Valley died April 14, 2001, at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital in Grass Valley.
Born in Chicago, Ill., she was a Yuba-Sutter resident for several years. She worked in the fashion industry, home care and as a property manager.
Survivors include her husband, Daniel Potter of Penn Valley; a son, John De Carlo of Chicago, Ill.; a daughter, Susan Autumn of Ventura; her father, Robert Hostetter of Pismo Beach; a sister, Joy Strasser of Sweet Home, Ore.; and two brothers, Tom Hostetter of Illinois and Tim Hostetter of Mission Viejo. She was preceded in death by her mother, Susan Hostetter.

Contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society.
Services: A memorial service will be conducted at
2 p.m. today at the Truth Tabernacle Church, 5206 Tulip Road, Olivehurst.
Arrangements are under the direction of Hooper and Weaver Mortuary
in Grass Valley. 
Hostetter, Susan Dee (I10960)
 
15618 Susan was previously married to William Henry King.
-- source: An historical and genealogical account of Andrew Robeson, of Scotland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and of his descendants from 1653 to 1916 -- 
Family F3347
 
15619 Susan's widowed mother is living with them. Bryden, John Alexander Jr. (I6360)
 
15620 Susanna is a sister of Seth and daughter of Jonathan....

SETH HEACOCK who resides at Oakland Farm Township of King is a descendant of Jonathan Heacock who emigrated from Pennsylvania some time before 1800 and lived for a short time near St Catharines Ontario From there the family moved to Yonge Street north of Aurora about 1804 They afterwards went to King Township and located on lots 26 and 27 concession 3 where they acquired four hundred acres of land which was then completely bush The children of Jonathan and Mary Heacock were Jane John Edward Mary Nathan Catharine Roland Sarah Nancy Amos and Levi Nathan resided in Niagara District Township of Pelham until about 1830 He then moved to the County of York where all the rest of the family were settled Our subject's father was Edward Heacock who with some of his brothers cleared the land where he lived until his death in 1864 About 1812 or 1813 Edward Heacock married Rachel Webb one of a family also from Pennsylvania who settled on Yonge Street near Aurora about 1803 or 1804 with many descendants in the County of York and elsewhere The children of Edward and Rachel Heacock were Eliza Delilah Malinda Seth Mary and Ruth Seth Heacock was born on the old homestead on June 23 1822 He acquired a fair education for the times but the clearing of land making roads through the bush ploughing among stumps and stones was the principal occupation at all hours to make both ends meet his whole life having been devoted to farming raising of stock and improving it as circumstances would permit until 1867 He commenced with thorough bred Durhams and imported stock from the herd of Mr Robert Symes of Red Kirk Dumfriesshire Scotland His Shorthorn Durham cattle are considered specially fine he now owns about thirty head of the pure breed which command high prices having received as much as $520 per head and are distributed over a large part of Canada and the United States He is also breeding pure Southdown Sheep of the best breed from imported stock which are especially fine and in splendid condition Mr Heacock was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 1876 He is a Reformer in politics and in religion is inclined to be identified with the Society of Friends He was married in 1847 to Hannah daughter of Jesse and Eliza Walton of Kettleby Ontario their family consists of eight children living and one dead John Milton George Washington Eliza Celesta Emma C Addie A Mary Lavilla Rachel Alberta and Franklin W John Milton in 1878 married Emma Louise Salter family one child Mable L he lives at Midland City County Simcoe Addie A in 1878 married Robert A Starr family Ethel L Edgar D and Leanora and lives in Whitchurch Township County York .

- source History of Toronto and County of York, Ontario: Biographical notices, 1885 
Heacock, Susanna (I291)
 
15621 Susannah, their fourth daughter, was born November 18th, 1783. She was married to Edward Brydon, and had two daughters. She died of consumption at her father's house in Truro, while her husband was confined in Jail for debt. Her corpse was taken into
the Jail, that he might have the last sight of the remains of his beloved wife, while they were on their way to the Cemetery for burial. This took place about the year 1806 or 1807.

-source: HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RECORD of the FIRST SETTLERS OF COLCHESTER COUNTY (N. S.), Thomas Miller, 1873 
Archibald, Susannah (I3882)
 
15622 Susannah, their fourth daughter, was born November 18th, 1783. She was married to Edward Brydon, and had two daughters. She died of consumption at her father's house in Truro, while her husband was confined in Jail for debt. Her corpse was taken into the Jail, that he might have the last sight of the remains of his beloved wife, while they were on their way to the cemetery for burial. This took place about the year 1806 or 1807.

-source: HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RECORD of the FIRST SETTLERS OF COLCHESTER COUNTY (N. S.), Thomas Miller, 1873 
Bryden, Edward (I3881)
 
15623 T. Douglas Brydon Retired sales manager, member, VFW Post 1079
T.Douglas Brydon, 76, of Elyria died Saturday at Center Ridge Nursing Home, North Ridgeville, after a long illness. Bom in Toronto, Canada, he was raised in Pittsburgh, Pa, moing to Elyria in 1927. He worked for the Pfaudler Co., Elyria, for seven years, then lived in Wheaton, DL, and Dallas, Texas, before moving to Cincinnati in 1978. He retired in 1960 as a sales manager with the Cincinnati Die Casting Corp, and returned to Elyria in 1961. A 1936 graduate of Elyria High School, he attended Miami University for two years, then went to Oberlin Business College for another year. During World War 2, he served in the Army Air Corps. He was a member of the VFW Post 1079 of Elyria. Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Helen Ardis (nee Shen); daughter Kathleen C. Fry of Erie, Pa; sons James C. n of Huntington Beach, Thomas D. Jr. of Shreveport, La., and Peter S. of Berkeley, Calif; five grandchildren; and sisters Isabella Birch of Elyria and Joan Brydon and Jane Sefert, both of Lakeside, Ohio. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Dicken Funeral Home, 323 Middle Elyria, where services wffl be at 11 a.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Paul E. Jaster, pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, wffl officiate. Memorials may be made to the church.
-- source: Elyria Chronicle Telegram, 3 Apr 1995 -- 
Brydon, Thomas Douglas (I12021)
 
15624 tabas dorsilas Bryden, Alexander (I13665)
 
15625 Taken by Stroke Brydon, Robert Walter (I1492)
 
15626 Tatamagouche, March 14 - This community was saddened on Monday evening, March 14, by the passing of Mrs. Jane M. BRYDEN, wife of Charles P. BRYDEN, and daughter of the late George CLARK and Elizabeth BELL. Deceased was 74 years of age and possessed a gentle disposition and cheerful manner, which endeared her to all. She was a valued member of Sedgewick Memorial Presbyterian Church and Women's Missionary Society. She is survived by her husband, three daughters, (Mary) Mrs. W.R. MacLEOD, East Hartford, Connecticut; (Dorothy), Mrs. A.A. WRIGHT, Montreal, Que; two sons, Harry R., Tatamagouche; Clark, Trail, B.C.; two sisters - (Anne) Mrs. William ROSS, Tatamagouche; (Harriett), Mrs. Harry W. MENZIE, Lethbridge, Alta; also one half-brother, David A. CUNNINGHAM, Tatamagouche, and eight grandchildren. The funeral was held on Thursday afternoon, March 17 at two o'clock from Sedgewick Memorial Church. The service was conducted by her former pastor, Rev. Lloyd MacLELLAN of First Presbyterian Church, New Glasgow, assisted by Rev. James WILLIAMS, of Scotsburn, also a former pastor, who spoke very fittingly of the deceased. Members of both Sharon United and Sedgewick Memorial Choirs were in attendance. Hymns sung were - "The Lord's My Shepherd," "O God of Bethel," and "Abide With Me." There were many beautiful floral offerings. The pall-bearers were James MENZIE, Gordon CLARK, Arch. LOCKERBY, William NELSON, George CLARK and Alfred PERKINS. Interment was in the Sunnybrae Cemetery. Deepest sympathy is extended to the bereaved.
from Findagrave, http://goo.gl/BmIp8I 
Clark, Jane Maude (I7505)
 
15627 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Guest, Philip George (I5912)
 
15628 Ted came with his family in 1937 to Arborfield to homestead. He married in 1941 after proving his homestead in 1940. He enlisted with the Army, R.C.A.C.D.A. 13th Canadian Army Field Regiment as a Driver on April 20, 1942. He served in Canada, England, Belgium, Holland, and Germany until his discharge on February 5, 1946. He received the following medals: Star of Germany, Defense Medal, King George, and C.V.S.M. He was a member of The Royal Canadian Legion Arborfield Branch #203. Lambsdown, Arthur Edward (I4550)
 
15629 Ted Dale and his sister, Fannie Dale, died in the influenza epidemic of 1918.
His marriage with Alice didn't result in any children. 
Dale, Edward Henry (I101)
 
15630 teething and diarrhea Brydon, William Gray (I2617)
 

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