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  • Abner Bryan, died young (1777 - 1780)
    GEDCOM Source ===@R-1555744215@ North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000 Ancestry.com Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 1,61157::0 === GEDCOM Source ===Book Title: Samuel Moody Grubbs, a descendant of th...
  • Alexander Bryan (1602 - 1679)
    His name is on a stone on the bridge over the Wepawaug River in Milford for being one of the first settlers. Alexander Bryan , Wm. Fowler, Edmund Tapp, and Zach. Whitman, agents on behalf of the plan...
  • Alice Bryan (1722 - 1807)
    Alice "Aylee" LINVILLE Sex: F Birth: 1722 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Death: 1807 in Floyd's Fork, Shelby, Jefferson, Kentucky Note: Burried: Floyd's Fork, Shelby, Jefferson, Kentucky. ...
  • Alice Bryan (b. - aft.1705)
    Alise was born before 1705. She is the daughter of William Bryan and Alice MacLand. Sources Listed in John Macland's Will dated June 28, 1705. Grandfather.
  • Alice Bryan (c.1696 - 1743)
    Alice Macgue (Lawrence Macgue1) was born in Bertie County, North Carolina, and died BET 1740 AND 1741 in Craven County, North Carolina. Family From She married John Bryan ABT 1713 in Chowan Preci...

About the Bryan surname

Bryan is a surname found in the English-speaking world.

This surname has several different origins. One origin of the name is from an Anglo-Norman name, de Brienne, derived from de Brienne from Brienne-le-Château. Being found in Brittany, it was used among the Breton followers of the Normans who appear in England and Ireland.