Item 5 - T. J. Ryan 1899, 1900, 1901 - 5

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T. J. Ryan 1899, 1900, 1901 - 5

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ON00120 026-14-1-5

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  • Between 1899 and 1901 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w copy print ; 24 x 19 cm mounted in a wood frame 31 x 25 cm

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One image of Mayor Thomas John Ryan (1859-1921, Mayor 1899-1900 & 1901).

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Thomas John Ryan was born June 1, 1859 in Normandy, (County Grey) Ontario to William H. Ryan and Esther Ryan. He married Dr. Helen Elizabeth Reynolds, M.D. (1860-1947, Parents John and Margaret Reynolds, first female doctor in Northern Ontario) September 10, 1890 in Mount Forest, (County of Wellington), Ontario. Ryan moved to what is now the Sudbury area when it was a railway camp. Prior to Sudbury's incorporation as a town, Ryan was the Reeve for McKim. He became the clerk for the law court and also served as the Town Clerk, Treasurer, Justice of the Peace, Crown Lands Agent, Insurance Broker, and General Conveyancer. In 1905, the Ryan family moved to British Columbia. Thomas Ryan passed away May 23, 1921 in Victoria, British Columbia, at the age of 62.

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To learn more about Thomas John Ryan, see "T. J. Ryan: Commissioner Insurance, Appraisals," The Sudbury Journal, March 26, 1891, p. 1; "The Cosmopolitan Game-Chess Club," The Sudbury Journal, July 16, 1891, p. 4; "Local Jottings: Mr. T. J. Ryan Appointed District Agent for London Guarantee and Accident Co.," The Sudbury Journal, January 21, 1892, p. 1; "T. J. Ryan Commissioner for Taking Affidavits," The Sudbury Journal, March 28, 1895, p. 1; "5th Anniversary of T. J. Ryan and Dr. Helen Ryan," The Sudbury Journal, September 12, 1895, p. 1; and "Pioneer Has Passed Away," The Sudbury Star, June 1, 1921, p. 12

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