|Father||Date of Birth||Mother||Date of Birth|
|Alexander SWEET||12 Oct 1843||Barbara Dunn WRIGHT||1842|
|Birth||7 OCT 1874||Old Cathcart|
|Death||9 DEC 1937||Craigshields, Skelmorlie, Ayrshire|
|Eric Birkett notes |
"Uncle Archie" worked for Brynor and Co, Nagasaki, Japan and Vladivostock, Siberia Shipping Agents. "Menage a quatre" with a Brynor colleague! Possibly the "black sheep". Suffered terribly in Russian prisons during the Revolution, until released by "Japanese gunboat diplomacy" according to Wallace Graham Grant or by strenuous efforts of the British Consul (according to Mary Wilson Dunn Sweet and Jean Barr Houston. a Clan Line captain supplied him with clothing by wearing a double set himself. Archie died at Skelmorlie.
Brynor & Co, Shipping agents Nagasaki, Japan and Vladivostok, Siberia.
During Russian Revolution he was in Russian prisons.
"Released by Japanese gunboat diplomacy and strenuous efforts of British consul"
A Clan Line captain supplied him with clothing.