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John Brydon of Halldykes
John Brydon of Halldykes
 
 
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John Brydon of Roseville, Waterloo Co. in the Clydesdale registry
John Brydon of Roseville, Waterloo Co. in the Clydesdale registry
 
 
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John Delancey
John Delancey
 
 
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John Inch biography
John Inch biography
from Commemorative Biographical Record of Northeastern Pennsylvania 
 
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John inquiring about his brother's fate.
John inquiring about his brother's fate.
 
 
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John James Bryden
John James Bryden
from: Mabou Pioneers Volume 1- A Genealogical Tracing of Some Pioneer Families who settled in Mabou and District, 1977 
 
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Jones, Gould, Hall etc
Jones, Gould, Hall etc
l. to r. Susan, Virginia, Sally, Alec Hall, Helen Hall, Kate Jones, Jane Hall, Ned Jones, Bill Rodgers

photo courtesy Robert Jenkins 
 
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Joseph Brydone's farm
Joseph Brydone's farm
Mornington Township, Concession IV, Lot 3 (100 acres), and Concession V, Lot 2 (100acres) 
 
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Joseph O'Brien story
Joseph O'Brien story

One error: He married a Hall not a Brydon. 
 
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Kelvin House
Kelvin House
Alexander Marshall, merchant lived in Kelvin House,
49 Rennies Mill Road, St. John's.

His daughter married John Parker Bryden of Carbondale, Pennsylvania.
 
 
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Kenora Cenotaph
Kenora Cenotaph

courtesy Erin Ross 
 
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Kenora, Ontario
Kenora, Ontario
The Brydon Block one of two stone buildings built by Brydon. This one was bought by the Johnson family in 1916. Brydon also built 14 frame homes in Kenora. 
 
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King Street, Toronto
King Street, Toronto
 
 
224
Last Best West
Last Best West

 
 
225
Lawrence Brydon
Lawrence Brydon
 
 
226
Legal decision regarding a will
Legal decision regarding a will
John Bryden and Esther Craig 
 
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letter from Alice to her aunt
letter from Alice to her aunt
from South Africa, 1902 
 
228
Letter from the front
Letter from the front
from Major Brydon to his parents

courtesy Erin Ross 
 
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Lou Brydon's  'Willowburn' Ayrshire herd
Lou Brydon's "Willowburn" Ayrshire herd

The famous "Willowburn" Ayrshire herd of Lou Brydon at Falkland was sold to Clarence Adair, who purchased a farm at Silver Creek, having sold his farm at Langley. The Brydon herd had been built up over many years, and was an Accredited Herd. Many class leaders for Canada, with butterfat records up to 770 lbs. were among "Willowburn" Ayrshires.
-- source: http://www.bcdairyhistory.ca/PDFs/the-history-of-sodica-bc-dairy-historical-society.pdf -- 
 
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Louis Orleman bio.
Louis Orleman bio.
 
 
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Margaret and Bella Hall
Margaret and Bella Hall

photo courtesy Dale O'Hara 
 
232
Market Street, Manchester, 1821
Market Street, Manchester, 1821
Views of the Ancient Buildings in Manchester, 1821 (Manchester, 1823–5), plate 4 - John Ralston 
 
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Mary Brydon
Mary Brydon
She's in the front row, 2nd from left. 
 
234
McCutcheon paint shop
McCutcheon paint shop
 
 
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Medal awarded
Medal awarded
 
 
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Medals of Lennard Bertram
Medals of Lennard Bertram
The king gave him the one on the left in person at Buckingham Palace. 
 
237
Millie Hall
Millie Hall
photo courtesy Robert Jenkins 
 
238
Minister in the Church of Scotland
Minister in the Church of Scotland
 
 
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Miss K. Brydon director of the girls camp.
Miss K. Brydon director of the girls camp.
Kewpie Kamp, Roberts Creek 
 
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Mr. Brydon's wife said 'What's your name?'
Mr. Brydon's wife said "What's your name?"
anecdote from "Trails to Highways" 
 

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