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The roots and fruit of the Bryant family tree : a genealogical study

  • History of the Bryant family of Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri
  • Bryant family
  • A history of the Bryant family of Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri and families allied by marriage
compiled by Annabel Wishart Lane
Lane, Annabel Wishart (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Kansas City, Missouri : A.W. Lane, 1954
ca. 350 leaves : ill., ports. ; 28 cm.

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Descendants of Jacques Briand through his son James (Jacques) Bryant Jr. Jacques Briand, the emigrant, came to America with the Hughenots and settled in Powhatan Co., Virginia. He married (1) Elizabeth Le Fevre. She was a daughter of Isaac Le Fevre (b. 1667 in France, came to America in 1699). Jacques and Elizabeth had eight children. He was the secretary of King William Parish in Virginia in 1744. After his wife Elizabeth died ca. 1745, he married (2) Clara Vermeuil Trabue, widow of Antoine Trabue, Jr. (d. 1783). They had three children. Descendants live in Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri and elsewhere.

Contains the "genealogical records of the Arnold, Bryant, Caldwell, Flournoy, Glover, Guerrant, Hancock, Hudson, LeFevre, Ligon, Middleton, Owsley, Poyntz, Cooke, Perrow, Smart, Thompson, Moseley, Tayloe, Trabue and West families as they apply to the descendants of Dr. John Bryant Jr., and Harriet Matilda Smart Bryant, his wife." Includes other related families.

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