I am trying to solve the mystery of the Bridgeford family and their connection to the Jordan family of Quebec City.
I don’t have a lot of information to go on, not even a date.
The limited information I have is from a reply to an inquiry sent by Mrs. Jordan to a Sister at Saint Bridget’s Home in Quebec City. My Jordan family resided in Quebec City from 1852-1909 and there were many candidates for the title of Mrs. Jordan.
The note is transcribed below
St. Bridget’s Home, Que
Dear Mrs. Jordan
Your kind remembrance of me has touched me deeply, and I wish to express a word of thanks to you for it, and also of offering you my most sincere wishes for this coming year. May the Christ-Child bless you and your dear ones with healthy, prosperity & joy.
I will consider it a duty for me to let you know if at any time dear Mrs. Bridgeford should be ill, that is if I am still stationed here, as you perhaps know, we sisters are apt to change places at any time, however I assure you I shall be glad to do any little service I can for you.
May God bless you & keep you always
Claiming the honour of calling you my Friend
I remain yours truly in Jesus & Mary
Do you have a link to the Bridgeford family or Sister Mary-Rose who was stationed for a time in Quebec City? I would love to have some help solving this mystery.