Arlene & Jack Sorensen operate Really-O Handcrafts and Tryon Museum, and we are located at #47 Route 10, Tryon, PEI, Canada.

Our coordinates are: http://maps.google.ca/?ll=46.239844,-63.544044&spn=0.000004,0.002401&t=m&z=19&layer=c&cbll=46.239844,-63.544044&panoid=8GHsIL4verJRt3b5-c2oVA&cbp=12,203.09,,0,0.94

We are open year-round by chance or appointment.

Please feel welcome to visit the above pages. For all inquires please leave a Reply below  or call 902-658-2009.

Would you like to visit our community? Just click: Tryon, PEI

6 Responses to About

  1. Really-O says:

    We look forward to your visit. It might be a good idea to call me beforehand as we have medical appointments coming up. Cheers, Jack. Tel.: 902-658-2009.

  2. Charles Lipnicki says:

    Hello, I came to possess an old photo from Mt Tryon are and I would like to learn the location of the farm in the photo . I would like to donate it to the museum or to the owner of the farm at present. Please let me know when I can meet with you. My phone # is 902 626 5608.
    Thank you
    Charles Lipnicki

  3. Jan says:

    Hello. I am trying to locate the Pollards who were on Lot 28 Tryon 1769. I am under the impression that this Pollard might have helped with Holland and the survey. Do you have any information or a direction that I can head? Any help is greatly appreciated.

    • Really-O says:

      Hi Jan. I don’t seem to have information on the Pollards of Lot 28, but I will ask a friend, 6th gen. grandson of Holland, who is doing research on the family. Jack

      • Jan says:

        Jack, Thank you very much for your quick response.
        Per “Remember Yesterday; a history of North Tryon” in 1769, it states “settlers in lot 28 Tryon include “Pollards”.
        I am looking for Benjamin Pollard, my 4th great grandfather who was married to my 4th great grandmother Catherine Vallieres/Valleed/Vallier, daughter of Antoine Vallier. I have read that Catherine was a companion to Mrs. Holland. Early in my research I thought I had read that Benjamin Pollard had helped Samuel Holland but can’t find that research again.
        I was also thinking since Holland received lot 28 for his survey work and If I am correct Pollard was also on Lot 28 then he might have worked on the survey.
        I have been looking for this ancestor for the last 2 yrs so any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.

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