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91 Address: 8 Queens Place.
She's a nurserymaid. 
Brydon, Isabella (I8156)
 
92 After Thomas' death she remarried to Gurdon W. Meylert, November 1886, Cook County. Strait, Beulah E. (I9767)
 
93 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brydon, Patricia Dianne (I1549)
 
94 Anne worked as assistant to cookbook editor Jane Benet, The San Francisco Chronicle in the 1960's.
1968 Graduate Le Cordon Bleu Paris - France.

"She was a great Mom, and the best cook in the world. She was always the boss in the kitchen. She had a huge collection of angels and bunnies. She had many friends and was loved very much. She will be missed."

She is buried at 2 locations: Pacific View Memorial Park, Newport Beach, Ca. near her parents, Robert Burton Romberger and Kathryn Brydon Romberger in the Magnolia Court Section -and- in Westwood Cemetery, Westwood, Ca. (Los Angeles) Private locked estates section. Passed away due to multiple complications, including Renal (Kidney) failure.

source: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10811744
At that site there's also some photos.

She married Jean Luc Alfred Devulder March 1969, San Francisco. 
Romberger, Anne Brydon (I1575)
 
95 At the outbreak of the War, he was living with his family near Napanee. Occupation, teamster. He had two years of training with the militia (30th Regiment). Enlisted July, 1915. Served overseas with the Royal Canadian Regiment and saw action in France at the Somme, Vimy Ridge, Passchaendale and Amiens, where he was wounded. #455104 McConachie, Francis James (I957)
 
96 At the time of his marriage. He's a druggist. Brydon, Robert K. (I3521)
 
97 B.A. Acadia 1953 ; 1st yr. L.L.B. Dalhousie 1953-54; LL.B. Dalhousie 1960. Algie, Robert Bruce (I1320)
 
98 BRYDEN, Orin. W. On July 30, 1977, Orin W. Bryden. husband of the late Hilda L. Bryden (Nee Griffiths), of 1430 Summit Ave., Linwood, Pa. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral service Wednesday evening August 3, 1977, 9 o'clock at the ROBERT MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, INC. 9th Main Sts. Trainer, Pa. Interment 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Valley View Cemetery, Montdale, Pa. Friends may call Wednesday evening after 7 P.M. Masonic services Wednesday evening 6 P.M.

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The Linwood Youth Center will be the recipient of a sum of money from the estate of the the late Orin Bryden. Bryden, prior to his death on July 30, was a resident of 1430 Summit St. in the township. According to township solictor Frank Ginsburg, Bryden's will leaves one-ninth of his estate to the township to be used for recreation at the Youth Center. The actual sum is not yet known.
-- source: Delaware County Daily Times, Chester, Pennsylvania, 1 Sep 1977 -- 
Bryden, Orin (I6294)
 
99 census district = East Toronto Davidson, Bella (I1791)
 
100 cerebral embolism Brydon, Adam (I7134)
 
101 cerebral hemorrhage Bryden, Matilda (I5690)
 
102 Ceres (nee Gustafson) July 13, 1918 - April 3, 2011. Ceres passed into eternal life peacefully on Sunday, April 3, 2011. Born to Anna and Gunnar Gustafson in Dilke, she had one brother, Gunnar and one sister, Ose. While quite young, the family moved to Regina Beach, where she grew up. Ceres married James Alexander Bryden in 1939, and they lived on the Bryden family farm near Bethune for a short time before moving to Regina Beach. She always provided terrific support to her husband in his trucking business and later with painting cottages and houses that Alex built, although her main priority was devoted homemaker. She was always content with her life and willing to make sacrifices to help her family. Predeceased by a grandson, David in infancy and her husband in 1992, Ceres is survived by four children and their families, son Dale (Darlene), grandson Dan (Claudia) and great-grandchildren David and Olivia, granddaughter Deborah and great-grandchildren Kaelen and MacKenzie; son Gary (Kathy), grandson Russ (Kelly) and greatgrandchildren Kyle and Ryan, grandson Randy (Jackie) and great-grandchildren Josh, Rylie and Jayda, and granddaughter Renelle (Greg) and great-grandchildren Davis and Colby; daughter Deanna (Ross) and grandson Brad (Eve) and greatgrandchildren Will, Angus and Ewen and grandson Rob (Tess) and greatgrandchildren Lara and Dylan and grandson Neil; and daughter Jeanette and grandchildren Mark (Ashley) and Cheryl. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Ceres always had a large vegetable garden each summer. She also enjoyed picking saskatoons, sewing, knitting, crocheting and was especially gifted at baking. Cinnamon buns and pies were her specialties. She enjoyed watching all four of her children curl, and was always a willing and loving babysitter for her grandchildren. Ceres had ten grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren. In more recent years, she enjoyed her flower gardens and watching for hummingbirds each summer. She loved living at Regina Beach, but moved to Regina in 2009 because of declining health to live with her daughter and afterwards in Parkside Extendicare. The family would like to thank those Parkside caregivers who were so caring and supportive to Mom with special recognition and gratitude to Marlene and Candace. At her request, there will be no funeral, but a private interment will be held at a later date. Because of her faith and values, we are confident that Mom is now feeling joy, love and peace.

http://speersfuneralchapel.com/tribute/past-services/index.html?search=Ceres%20Bryden 
Gustafson, Ceres Elizabeth (I797)
 
103 Chattanooga Times March 10, 1960 page 9-
Miller- Mrs. Zella Williams wife of Gus Miller, died Wednesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.C. Bryden, 1809 Arbor Avenue. She was born in Ohio the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Williams, and had lived here about 15 years. She was a member of Thankful memorial Episcopal Church. She is survived by her husband: 2 daughters, Mrs. L.W. Steele and Mrs. J.C. Brydan: 3 brothers, Earl Williams, Concord, Calif, Jack Williams Opelika, Ala., and Luke Williams, San Jose, Calif: eight grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced. The body is at Wann Funeral Home. 
Williams, Zella H. (I10903)
 
104 Death of Hugh Bryden.
Hugh Bryden, a resident of Wyoming, died at his home on Fourth street on Saturday afternoon at 6:16 o'clock. Mr. Bryden has been In very poor health for a long time, being a suffer of malaria, which was the cause of his death combined with old age. He was born In Scotland and was 81 years of age. He had been living in this country 47 years and the most of his life was spent in the vicinity of Plttston and Wllkes-Barre. He waa a stationary engineer by trade and was... ...n his native country. About three years after his arrival in America his wife died and in a short time he married again, his wife being Miss Mary Morgan of Pittston, who also died ten years ago. Since then Mr. Bryden has made his home among his children, six of whom survive him, four by his first wife, one son and three daughters, James B. Bryden of Scranton. Mrs. William Monk of Plttston. Mrs. Joseph Nesbitt of Wilkes-Barie and Mrs. Edward Ksoott of Scranton. The two children by his second marriage are Mrs. David Lewis of Scranton and William H. Bryden of Wyoming.
-- Wilkes-Barre Times , Issue Date: Monday, May 30, 1898 -- 
Bryden, Hugh (I12374)
 
105 Died suddenly at the residence of Miss Ida Hope, 8th Ave. North Woodbridge, Ont. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCutcheon, Schomberg, Ont., and dear sister of Arthur of Schomberg; Janet (the late Mrs. R. Stewart), Thistletown, and the late Miss Olive McCutcheon. Resting at the W. R. Scott Funeral Home, Woodbridge, until noon April 17. Funeral service in Woodbridge Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. Interment Schomberg Cemetery. Casket will remain open in the church from 1:15 until hour of service. McCutcheon, Ethel Beatrice (I472)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1686
 
107 Edwin T. Brydon LAKE GENEVA -
Edwin T. Brydon, 69, of 4.30 Elmwood Ave., a carpenter, died at 8:50 p.m. Friday at University Hospitals, Madison, after a long illness. He was born May 10, 1889, in Coal Stream, Scotland, the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Brydon. He was married to Ella Trowbridge Nov. 30, 1916, at Lake Geneva. He had been a resident here for 44 years. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs Virginia Wilbur, Los Angeles, Calif.; and Mrs. Bonnie Quinn, Cary, III.; two sons, Rodney, of Rockford, and Gordon, of Lake Geneva; two grandchildren. Seven brothers and three sisters preceded him in death. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Steinke Funeral Home. The Rev. John Kruse of the Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.

Janesville Daily Gazette, June 7, 1958, Janesville, Wisconsin ? Page 2 
Brydon, Edwin Thomas (I8174)
 
108 esophageal cancer Cleghorn, John Hood (I1986)
 
109 First wedding date: 06 Mar 1809 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Family F1011
 
110 Forest fires completely wiped out the city of Phillips, the county seat of Price County on Friday night, July 27, 1894 and hundreds were left in destitute circumstances. Supplies of every description were shipped to them from all parts of the county. On Tuesday night following, a heavy and much needed rain helped to put out the fires and cool the atmosphere; James Bryden received a telegram Sunday morning from his brother at Phillips stating that his brother's wife and child were drowned in the lake while trying to escape the ravages of the fire that destroyed that city on Friday night. A later telegram stated that Mr. Bryden's wife and two children were drowned instead of wife and one child.

-- from: http://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/eaton/history/1909History/11.htm 
McDonnell, Margaret (I10755)
 
111 Forest fires completely wiped out the city of Phillips, the county seat of Price County on Friday night, July 27, 1894 and hundreds were left in destitute circumstances. Supplies of every description were shipped to them from all parts of the county. On Tuesday night following, a heavy and much needed rain helped to put out the fires and cool the atmosphere; James Bryden received a telegram Sunday morning from his brother at Phillips stating that his brother's wife and child were drowned in the lake while trying to escape the ravages of the fire that destroyed that city on Friday night. A later telegram stated that Mr. Bryden's wife and two children were drowned instead of wife and one child.

-- from: http://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/eaton/history/1909History/11.htm 
Bryden, Edward Ray (I10758)
 
112 Forest fires completely wiped out the city of Phillips, the county seat of Price County on Friday night, July 27, 1894 and hundreds were left in destitute circumstances. Supplies of every description were shipped to them from all parts of the county. On Tuesday night following, a heavy and much needed rain helped to put out the fires and cool the atmosphere; James Bryden received a telegram Sunday morning from his brother at Phillips stating that his brother's wife and child were drowned in the lake while trying to escape the ravages of the fire that destroyed that city on Friday night. A later telegram stated that Mr. Bryden's wife and two children were drowned instead of wife and one child.

-- from: http://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/eaton/history/1909History/11.htm 
Bryden, Lew Etter (I12082)
 
113 Forest fires completely wiped out the city of Phillips, the county seat of Price County on Friday night, July 27, 1894 and hundreds were left in destitute circumstances. Supplies of every description were shipped to them from all parts of the county. On Tuesday night following, a heavy and much needed rain helped to put out the fires and cool the atmosphere; James Bryden received a telegram Sunday morning from his brother at Phillips stating that his brother's wife and child were drowned in the lake while trying to escape the ravages of the fire that destroyed that city on Friday night. A later telegram stated that Mr. Bryden's wife and two children were drowned instead of wife and one child.

-- source: http://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/eaton/history/1909History/11.htm -- 
Bryden, David Charles (I9981)
 
114 George St. Clair: "St.Clair" "Chick" was a farmer by occupation. Corporal, R.C.A.F. during WWII. (Active Duty). When he died in 1944 he received a Military Funeral in Shellbrook, Saskatchewan. A lake in the Stoney Rapids area in northern Sask. "Bryden Lake", has been named in his honor. Military records state "C.V.S. Medal and ribbon 18/1/44" also "Memorial Cross for mother to Chaplain, Sept. 19, 1944.

"Ancestors of Allan Bryden and Diane Carruthers"
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/a/r/Diane-Shauna-Harding/index.html 
Bryden, George St. Clair (I4761)
 
115 Grimsby Independent, 29 Jun 1944, p. 5
The death occurred suddenly on Wednesday morning, at his home, No. 8 Highway east and Hunter's Road, of John Brydon, in his 85th year.
Deceased was born near Listowel and when a young man went to California where he resided up until 18 years ago when he came to Grimsby to engage in fruit growing.
He is survived by his widow. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
Service will be held at his late residence this evening at eight o'clock. Interment will take place in Listowel on Friday afternoon. 
Brydon, John (I2121)
 
116 H. Brydon Skitch,

Passed away peacefully with his family by his side, after a courageous 20 year battle with cancer.

Survived by his loving wife of 44 years Barb. Cherished by sister Anne and brother-in-law Clif Wentzel. Remembered by mother-in-law and father-in-law John and Marjorie MacDonald.

Much loved by brothers-in-law, John and his wife Susan and Jamieson MacDonald. Proud uncle of Kris and Trish, Trevor and Mel, Kevin, Riley and Shaylyn. Great uncle to Laurel, Claire and Cedar.

Will be sadly missed by the children of his heart Samantha, Lisa and Paul, Sam, Kate, and Owen. Deeply loved by God child Tracy Brown. Faithful companion to his four-legged family, Jackie, Maggie and Jessie. He is also survived by his uncle Oscar in British Columbia and many cousins around the world.

Retired after 35 years as a millwright at Ontario Paper, Brydon spent the last 10 years of his life travelling and pursuing his many interests including his train, model, gun and ham radio clubs and all things computer, especially Apple. His favourite thing of all was coffee with the boys each morning. Brydon was a member of the Masonic Grantham Lodge.

The family would like to express its deep appreciation for the excellent care by the ICU, 2nd floor staff and oncology staff during his final days at the St. Catharines General Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Janice Giesbrecht, who was by his side during his entire journey. 
Skitch, Harold Brydon (I2474)
 
117 He and his family moved from Huron Co., Ontario to MB in 1868 and homesteaded on the NE1/4 section 3 twp 13 range 7 west. Fraser, John Alexander (I2624)
 
118 He filed for a homestead in 1871. The farm was in SE 1/4 Section 4 Township 12 Range 7 West of the first Principal Meridian, 3 miles west of Portage la Prairie.

The 1881 census listed the location as Burnside, Marquette, Manitoba. The household members James, Christina, and son Allen.

The 1916 census lists the location as Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. Household members are James(widowed), Frank, Ida E., and Etta C. (this name is actually Ella) 
Brydon, James Young (I1487)
 
119 He kept the same occupation. Wilkie, John (I715)
 
120 He worked for the Carriage Factory Ltd. in Brockville, Ontario for 15 years before joining General Motors. He was general manager of the Western Canadian division of General motors Assurance Company, based in Winnipeg, when he decided to go into business of his own.
With a staff of around 36, Inman Motors operated from the Fort Street location until 1956. They specialized in Chevrolet and Oldsmobile cars and Chevy trucks. 
Inman, Henry (I362)
 

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