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Bryan family of Fayette County, Kentucky

by J.R. Cooper
Cooper, J. R. (Main Author)
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Digital Images
English
1 online resource (134 leaves)

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Electronic reproduction. Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2019.

Typescript (photocopy, 134 leaves).

Typed transcript of a series of ten articles published in the Lexington Herald, Lexington, Kentucky, beginning Sunday, February 27, 1927. Fort Wayne and Allen County Library, 1966.

Morgan Bryan emigrated from Ireland to Pennsylvania where he married Martha Strode in 1719. They had seven sons and two daughters. About 1728 or 1730, he obtained a grant of land on the Opequan Creek, Virginia, and moved there with his family. In 1748, they moved to the Yadkin river country in North Carolina where he died in 1763. Descendants lived in North Carolina and Kentucky.

Includes the Boone and other related families.

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