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Marriage: Children:
  1. Mary Caird BRYDEN: Birth: 3 Jun 1818 in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland. Death: ABT 1860 in Leith, Midlothian, Scotland

  2. Elizabeth BRYDEN: Birth: 21 Oct 1821 in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland. Death: ABT 1890

  3. Robert BRYDEN: Birth: 9 May 1826 in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland.

  4. Jemima Janet BRYDEN: Birth: 18 Oct 1828 in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland. Death: dy 1832 in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland

  5. Josephine BRYDEN: Birth: 28 Jun 1830 in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland.

  6. John Hannah BRYDEN: Birth: in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland. Death: 15 Apr 1846 in Dumfries, Dumfries, Scotland


Notes
a. Note:   Name: BRYDEN, Elizabeth Address: 27 New Market Street(821): Parish: Dumfries Relationship: head of household Marital Status: widow Occupation: WINE MERCHANT employing 2 men Age: 60 Born: born Kirkbean Kbt Household No: 12/4 Source: http://www.dumgal.gov.uk/services/depts/comres/library/census_searchresults.asp
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  Elizabeth CAIRD and James DUNCAN are 1st cousins. Their common ancestors are Charles Baird and Janet Gibson.
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  By means of a truly magnificent structure, John Bryden, wine merchant, and his spouse, Elizabeth Caird, are likely to be long held in remembrance. His death at the age of 46 caused a very solemn sensation, not simply because the Burgh was thereby deprived of a well known and worthy inhabitant, but because he was the first middle-class man who suffered fatally from the cholera epidemic of 1832.
  Source: Memorials of St. Michael's, the old parish churchyard of Dumfries by William McDowall, 1876
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  to Mrs. Agnes Reid, now Archibald, sister to the late Sir Thomas Reid, of Graystoneflat, baronet, and her heirs, of the sum of fifty pounds sterling; to Mrs. Elizabeth Bryden, relict of the late Mr. John Bryden, wine merchant, in Dumfries, and her heirs, fifteen pounds sterling, and to each of his five children now alive, viz., Mary Bryden, John Hannah Bryden, Robert Bryden, Elizabeth Bryden, and Josephine Bryden, and to their respective heirs, the like sum of fifteen pounds sterling to be paid to their mother for their education; to Miss Mary Caird, residing in Dumfries, sister of the said Elizabeth Bryden, and her heirs, the like sum of fifteen pounds
  Source: Parliamentary Papers by Parliament, House of Commons, 1877 ...


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