The Brydons

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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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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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death at Tomsknowe 
Bryden, Agnes (I12642)
 
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1940 census says birth 1872. 
Bryden, Frederick Archibald (I22575)
 
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3 children at home. 
Gunn, Ellen Esther (I7847)
 
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A Gunn family lives next door. 
Campbell, Mary (I7844)
 
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A step daughter in the Charles Beche household. 
Brydon, Alice E. (I21693)
 
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A step daughter in the Charles Beche household. 
Brydon, Janet Augusta (I21694)
 
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Address: Johnstone, Thompsons Land 
Connell, Christina (I3506)
 
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Address: Johnstone, Thompsons Land 
Holborn, Janet (I3508)
 
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At birth of son Angus Joseph. 
Macdonald, Marie (I12338)
 
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at death he was a bookkeeper at the Hotel Gordon. 
Brydon, Willi Georg Carl (I21747)
 
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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: Rosser, Selkirk, Manitoba 
Nichol, Thomas (I1963)
 
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children:
Fannie L Greer      18       Texas
Henry Edward Greer, b. Sep 1884, Chilton, Texas
Franklin Crawford Greer, b. Feb 1890, San Saba, Texas
Sallie B Greer      8       Texas
Brownie Greer      
Shook, Jennie B. (I9019)
 
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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's an agent. 
Bird, Isaac Adam (I1218)
 
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He's living next to his son Robert. 
Maxwell, Robert (I2343)
 
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His last name is Mullican in this census. 
Brydon, Donald Elwood (I3733)
 
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Homestead Place: Alberta, Canada
Coordinates:      SW
Section:      36
Township:      50
Range:      7
Meridian:      4 
Bryden, William (I10159)
 
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In the house: John and Janet, plus children:
Ellen 18
William 16
Thomas 13
Walter 10
Agnes 10
Annie 5 
McNeill, Janet (I2188)
 
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In the household: John and Janet, plus children:
Ellen 18
William 16
Thomas 13
Walter 10
Agnes 10
Annie 5 
Brydon, John (I2187)
 
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LAKE LEELANAU ?  Gladys Katherine (Viavant) Strong, 89, peacefully slipped from this world on Feb. 13 at Munson Hospice House. She was born in San Antonio, Texas, on Nov. 17, 1923, and spent her childhood in Texas, California and Louisiana. In 1948 she married Curtis T. Strong Jr. Colonel Strong was a career officer in the USAF, and they raised their family in many different cities across the United States.

In 2005 Gladys moved to Lake Leelanau to reside with her daughter and son-in-law. Gladys was an accomplished fiber artist. She mastered the art of weaving, spinning, dyeing and knitting. She made her own dyes from mushrooms and other plants. Over the years she made many items, which she sold and exhibited throughout the Richmond, Va., area. Hoping to help others in the art, she taught many people how to weave, spin and produce beautiful colors from natural dyes. After moving to Lake Leelanau she became active in a local spinning group and greatly enjoyed attending the weekly meetings. From those meetings she was able to continue teaching those who shared her love for making beautiful things.

Gladys was preceded in death by her husband, Curtis T. Strong Jr.; her parents, William and O'Dette (D'Aquin) Viavant; and her brother, William Joseph Viavant. Surviving are one brother, Thomas D'Aquin Viavant, of Ensenada, Mexico; her four children, Katherine (Joseph) DeKoning, of Lake Leelanau, Robert Strong, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Susan (Gary) Mick, of Burlington, Vt., and Ryk Strong, of Emeryville, Calif.; five grandchildren, Charlotte (Daniel Washburn) DeKoning, Brian Mick, Ethan Mick, Lindsay Mick and Nathaniel Mick; and four nephews and their families.

No services will be held at this time. A celebration of her life will be held later this year in Lake Leelanau.

Memorials may be made to Munson Hospice, 1105 Sixth St., Traverse City, MI 49684 and/or to the Leelanau Community Cultural Center (The Old Art Building), PO Box 883, Leland, MI 49654. Please share thoughts and memories with Gladys' family on their online guestbook at www.record-eagle.com/obituaries. Arrangements are with the Martinson Funeral Home of Suttons Bay.

  -- source: the Traverse City (MI) Record-Eagle, 17 Feb 2013; via Findagrave #120520940 -- 
Viavant, Gladys Katherine (I23233)
 
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Living next door to Dr. James Algie. 
Wallace, Janet (I1172)
 
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Living next door to Ole Tellefsen, a stone cutter from Norway. 
Berg, Anna (I9028)
 
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Married last name: Robertson. 
Brydon, Margaret Alexander (I17327)
 
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Married to Charles Beche. 
Gundlach, Lucy (I21692)
 
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Mrs. Nell Harrison Brydon.DAR ID Number: 70191; Born in Somerset, Pa. ; Wife of John Crosby Brydon. ; Descendant of Lieut. Christian Ankeney. ; Daughter of Charles James Harrison (b. 1841) and Margaret Sanner (b. 1848), his wife, m. 1872. ; Granddaughter of Michael Sanner (1810-87) and Susan Patton (1823-96), his wife, m. 1845. ; Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Sanner and Margaret Ankeny (1789-1876), his wife. ; Gr-gr-granddaughter of Christian Ankeny and Elisabeth Shaffer, his wife. ; Christian Ankeny served as lieutenant in the Bedford County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born, 1749, in Hagerstown, Md.; died after 1789 in Somerset, Pa. ;

  --  source: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books  -- 
Harrison, Nellie Louise (I7960)
 

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