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Bryant or Bryan : of Richmond, then Frederick and Halifax Counties, Virginia and finally Randolph and Surry Counties, North Carolina and other miscellaneous Bryan/Bryants who lived nearby : with allied families of Brannon, Curtis, Ellis, Hightower, Lowe, McVay, Robbins and Smith

by Jane Kyhl Beekman
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Muncie, Indiana : J.K. Beekman, 2003
82, [5] p. : geneal. tables, map

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John Bryant was born in about 1681 in Virginia. His parents were Thomas Bryant and Eleanor He married Anne Ellis (1696-1756). They had seven children. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia and North Carolina.

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