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Wise, Mary Ann
B: 1866, Prince Edward Island, Canada
M: John Bryenton, son of Peardon and Agnus (Clark)

FN: Joseph Wise
MN: Grace Ryder

The 1881 PEI census shows Mary A. Wise as 14 years old. Queens, Charlottetown, PEI.

John Bryenton:
John Bryenton living in 1890 in Highfield, Queen's County, Prince Edward Island according to secondary source, Atlantic Provinces Directory.

The 1881 census shows John living with Richard Wise & Mary A. Wise, probably brother of Joseph Wise, and living in a nearby location. The census shows him as 20 yr old, making a discrepancy with his birth date (1861 instead of 1864)

The 1901 census and prior census do not show the Bryenton's living at 42 Clarence Street, Amherst, Nova Scotia, so the family home there must have been purchased later than 1901. Gladys and Freda remembered the home as the one where they grew up.

More about John Bryenton:
Census: 1881, Queens,Charlottown,PEI.
Occupation: 1890, Journalist / Editor

Children of John Bryenton and Mary Ann Wise:

1. Lilla Beatrice Bryenton
B: 01 Nov 1886, Amherst, Nova Scotia
D: 07 Sep 1966, Westlock, Alberta
M: 17 Jan 1911, Leonard Lionel Boundy, in Calgary, Alberta, son of John Boundy and Anne Pickard

2. William John Bryenton
B: 1888
Went to 1st World War. Never Married. Was sick at home with TB. which caused his death. Residence: 1938, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

3. Leslie Charles Bryenton
B: Unknown
D: Bef. 1966
M: Iva Smith
Worked for the Government in Ottawa in Customs. When he retired he lived in Kingston, Ontario. Died at age 60 of Stroke and Brain Hemorage. Residence: 1938, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

4. Earle Ambrose Bryenton
B: Unknown
D: Died in WWII.
M: Anna May Koonee. Anna May remarried but son Earl was never officiallyi adopted by his step father.

Child of Earle Bryenton and Anna May Koonee:
1. Earl Ambrose Bryenton

5. Stanley Oscar Bryenton
B: 1987
D: 1930

6. Gladys Olvina Bryenton
B: Unknown

7. Freda Wise Bryenton
B: 1903
D: 08 Feb 1994, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada


Fern & Graham Phillip, 01 Jan 2000