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Bryant Briant d'Brienne

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Questions to solve:

Charitas Briant = Charity Bryant -- Was she an Aquian slave????????

Have found websites showing her to be in England but also have found others showing her to be in Virginia. Not convinced that she was born in England.

John Larcome -- Is he John Larcome Pleassnuntes?

Were John Larcome Pleassnuntes parents Robert Pleasants & Johanna Marshall?

Is this guy the same guy as John Larcome??? John Pleasants, I (shows his parents as Robert Plesants/Johanna Marshall)

Jane Larcome

John Pleasants that's married to Jane Larcome

Several John Pleasants mentioned here

A John Pleasant and a Charity Bryant are both mentioned on this page

John Pleasants/Jane Laracome - England Origin --

p. 221–Patty X Evans a free woman of colour of Sohampton–has purchased of William Bryant of Sohampton a black man named Bryant and in consideration of natural love and blessings of freedom frees her husband Bryant–20 January 1819–rec clerks office 15 Feb 1819 and in ct proceedings 15 Mar 1819

Other Wayne County residents, Charity Bryant and Mary Wiggs, deposed that they were acquainted with Phereby for 60 to 65 years and that she had been William Burnham's apprentice [3 July & 1 June 1853 Wayne County Depositions]. Phereby was probably the "other free" person counted in William Burnham's Duplin County household in 1790 [NC:191]. According to the 2 June 1853 deposition of Winney Huff and Charity Bryant