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Ezekiel Bryan MP (1794 - 1881)

Fanny Gregory (Bryan) MP (deceased)

Frances Bryan (Bowling/ Bowlinge) MP (c.1569 - 1624)

Married: Thomas Bryan June 9 1586 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England Frances Bowling was christened 13 March 1569 at Aylesbury. Her sister, Faith[Faythe]Bowling was christened 30 November 1567. F...

Frances Oviatt (Bryan) MP (1634 - 1680)

•Christening: 14 Sep 1634 , Aylesbury, Buckingham, England Father: Robert Bryan b: ABT 1610 in , Aylesbury, Buckingham, England Mother: Bridget H b: ABT 1610 in , of Aylesbury, Buckingham, England ...

Frances Lee Bryan MP (1779 - 1850)

Sir Francis Bryan, II, Justicar of Ireland MP (1549 - 1640)

Sir Francis Bryan II had large estates in County Clare, Ireland. chapter07-bryan Francis Bryan Birth 1549 in Claire, Ireland Death 1 Jun 1640 in Gloucester, Hampshire, Virginia, United States Par...

Sir Francis Bryan I "The Vicar of Hell", Lord Chief Justice of Ireland MP (1490 - 1550)

Family and Education b. by 1492, 1st surv. s. of Sir Thomas Bryan of Ashridge, Herts. by Margaret, da. of Sir Humphrey Bourchier (d.1471), s. and h. of John, 1st Lord Berners. educ. ?Oxf. m. (1) by...

Sir Francis Bryan, III MP (1630 - 1693)

Birth Location: County Clare, Ireland. Francis Bryan III , eldest son of William Smith Bryan and Catherine Morgan, was born about 1630 in Virginia. He returned to Ireland in 1667 and tried to regain ...

Frank Bryan MP (deceased)

Frederick Bryan MP (deceased)

George Washington Bryan MP (deceased)

George Bryan, 2nd President of Pennsylvania MP (17 - 1791)

George Bryan (1731– 27 January 1791) was a Pennsylvania businessman, statesman and politician of the Revolutionary era. He served as the first Vice-President of Pennsylvania (analogous to Lieutenant ...

Grazilla Bryan MP (deceased)

Green Bryan, Sr MP (1780 - 1812)

Gusilda Bryan (Cox) MP (deceased)

Lord Brienne, Baron Chastel, Guy de Brien MP (c.1289 - c.1347)

Baron of Chastel Walweyn this is Welsh version of Walwyn's Castle. The castle no longer remains in any form except a mound in a field, but the village Walyns Castle does exist. It is in Pembrokeshire...

Hannah Westrope (Bryan) MP (1765 - aft.1800)

Hannah Harriman (Bryan) MP (1680 - c.1712)

S.R. Durand: "The oldest son of John Harriman, John Harriman, Jr., married Hannah, a daughter of Richard Bryan of Milford, and so was a brother-in-law in later years of our ancestor, Dr. John Durand,...

Hannah (Bryan) Polack [Free Settler "Elizabeth" 1824] MP (1805 - 1871)

Hannah BRIAN was born c1805 (daughter of James BRIAN and Annie ?) Hannah arrived in Sydney Cove in 1824 on "Elizabeth" as a free settler. Hannah married Abraham POLACK in 1824 at Sydney and they ha...

Hardy Bonner Bryan MP (1769 - d.)

Colonel Hardy Bryan, I, MP (c.1698 - bef.1760)

Will: Bryan, Hardy. Craven County. February 28, 1760. May 6, 1760. Sons: Thomas, William, Hardy (one-half of manor, including houses), Nathan, Lewis (lots in Newbern), Isaac. Daughter: Mary (front lo...

Hardy Bryan, Jr. MP (1727 - 1803)

Hardy Hardy Bryan, I MP (1753 - 1824)

Hardy Bryan, II MP (deceased)

Hardy Sasser Bryan MP (1772 - 1834)

Hardy Bryan MP (deceased)

Hardy Bryan MP (deceased)

Hardy Wilkinson Bryan MP (1811 - 1855)

Hardy Bonner Bryan MP (deceased)

Harry Bryan, General (R. S.?) MP (deceased)

Henrietta Bryan (Tooley) MP (deceased)

Henrietta G. Bryan MP (1839 - 1839)

Hester Bryan (Simpson) MP (c.1700 - c.1745)

Hester Simpson was the first wife of Joseph Bryan and was mother to Martha and Rebecca. She was first married to Joseph Hampton who died c.1739.

Hester Dies (Bryan) MP (deceased)

Hope Holy Simcox (Bryan) MP (c.1778 - 1850)

Hugh Bryan MP (1689 - 1753)

Life and Times of Jonathan Bryan, 1708-1788, gives Hugh's birthdate in 1699, but not much more detail is given.

Isaac Bryan MP (deceased)

James Bryan MP (1723 - 1807)

Co-founder of Bryan Station an early fortified settlement in Lexington, Kentucky. Birth: 1723 Chester County Pennsylvania, USA Death: Aug. 18, 1807 Femme Osage St. Charles County Missouri, USA Ma...

James West Bryan MP (1805 - 1864)

findagrave - see more pictures... ; Image Credits: "Miniature Portrait Of James West Bryan, Accession #: P.TP.1969.010.006." 18th century. Image courtesy of Tryon Palace Historic Site. Bryan,...

James Bryan MP (1806 - 1888)

Birth: unknown Death: 1888 Civil War veteran (From Beaver Co. historical records -- veterans index.) Burial: Old Mill Creek Cemetery Hookstown Beaver County Pennsylvania, USA Edit Virtual...

James Lewis Bryan MP (1799 - 1863)

James A. Bryan MP (deceased)

James Bryan MP (deceased)

James Reynolds Bryan MP (deceased)

James Hardy Bryan MP (1769 - 1844)

James Bryan MP (1769 - 1806)

Possibly the son of James Council Bryan instead, Photo: Bernd Doss at Find A Grave: ------------------------------

James Hardy Bryan MP (1835 - 1845)

Janet Smith Bryan MP (1789 - 1818)

Janet Hogg (Bryan) MP (1831 - 1855)

Janet Bryan was born 1831 in North Carolina, reportedly in Bertie County. She was the eldest of 8 known surviving children (3 boys/5 girls) born to wealthy planter and businessman, John Stevens Bryan S...

Janet Bryan (Cochran) MP (1670 - 1708)

Jennett Colding (Bryan) MP (1772 - 1851)

Jennie Bryan (Bigby) MP (1849 - aft.1906)

Jesse Oliver Bryan MP (1784 - 1860)

Joan Bryan MP (c.1283 - 1315)

Joan Bryan Birth: Circa 1283 - Throcking Castle, Hertfordshire, England Death: before March 1317 Parents: Roger de Bryan Husband: John de Argentein From Outline of the history of the Arge...

Joan de Bryan MP (c.1325 - d.)

Col. John Bryan, Sr. MP (c.1738 - bef.1781)

The following is Martha Marble's research: 50. JOHN3 BRYAN, COL (WILLIAM2, LEWIS1) was born Abt. 1740 in Craven Co, NC - Col in Rev War (Source: Perquimans Co Records; Estate Div of Wm Bryan), and di...

John Andrew Bryan MP (1712 - 1799)

Colonial Families of the United States of America: Volume 7 ISSUE page 106 JOHN ANDREW BRYAN of near Fairfield, Rockbridge County, Virginia; d. between 9th October and 9th December, 1779; m. Mary...

Captain John Gibson Bryan, I MP (1730 - 1782)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA with the rank of CAPTAIN. DAR Ancestor # A016248 The above source gives his cause of death. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership ...

John Bryan MP (1769 - 1840)

John Bryan MP (1768 - 1780)

John, who is believed to have lost two Tory sons during the Revolution, farmed his land in the Bryan Settlements throughout his life. He died there in the winter of 1799–1800.

John Smith Bryan, of Nansemond MP (1626 - 1687)

John Bryan, son of William Smith Bryan and Catherine Morgan , was born about 1625 in Claire, Ireland, and immigrated to Virginia about 1660, perhaps with his father. John Bryan died about 1711 in Norfo...

John H. Bryan MP (deceased)

Major John Bryan MP (1692 - 1741)

John Heritage Bryan MP (1798 - 1870)

Image Credits: "John Herritage Bryan of New Bern and Raleigh, a lawyer, married Ann Blount Shepard Pettigrew's sister Mary Williams Shepard. Photograph of a portrait from the North Carolina Collectio...

John Thomas Bryan MP (1776 - 1826)

John Bryan MP (1615 - 1680)

John Bryan MP (1765 - c.1816)

John Bryan was born 14 Jan 1765, Johnston County, North Carolina. He married "Patsey" Hinton in 1795. His widow, Martha "Patsey" Hinton Bryan, married Rev. Lewis Whitfield Nov. 10, 1816. ------...

John Stevens Bryan, I MP (1797 - 1848)

John Gray Bryan MP (deceased)

John Arthur Bryan MP (deceased)

John Bryan, II MP (deceased)

John Bryan, I MP (deceased)

John O. Bryan, III MP (deceased)

John Bryan MP (deceased)

John Stevens Bryan, II MP (1837 - 1901)

John Stevens Bryan Jr. was born 1837 in New York, the 5th of 8 known surviving children (3 boys/5 girls) born to wealthy businessman/planter John Stevens Bryan Sr. and his wife, Lucy Davis Haywood. H...

John Wesley Bryan MP (1780 - 1847)

John Wesley Bryan, Jr. MP (1818 - 1834)

John Gano Bryan MP (1788 - 1860)

From his Find A Grave page: John Gano Bryan Birth: 1788 - North Carolina, USA Death: Aug. 12, 1860 - St. Louis County, Missouri, USA It is believe the Bryans are decendents of the Bryan...

John Bryan MP (1692 - 1741)

Shelby Bryan MP

New York, New York, United States

John Shelby Bryan is an American telecommunications pioneer, futurist, international business executive, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. Bryan gained media attention in 1999 when, after divorci...

John P Bryan, Sr MP (1884 - 1964)

U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index Name: John Philmore Bryan SSN: xxxxxxxxx Gender: Male Race: White Birth Date: 8 Mar 1884 Birth Place: Steelton Dau, Pennsylvania Fath...

John S Bryan MP (1852 - 1953)

Name: John S Bryan Gender: Male Race: White Age: 100 Birth Date: 29 Sep 1852 Birth Place: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Death Date: 24 May 1953 Death Place: Middletown, Dauphin, Pennsylv...

Joseph H. Bryan, I MP (1720 - 1805)

Joseph Bryan, described as a “tall rawboned man,” migrated from Virginia, where Rebecca Bryan was born, to the forks of the Yadkin in NC some time after the rest of the Bryan families, and settled abou...

Joseph Bryan MP (1752 - 1844)

Joseph Bryan MP (1798 - 1831)

Joseph Bryan MP (1670 - 1732)

Joseph Bryan MP (1705 - 1780)

Julia C. Bryan (Smith) MP (1794 - 1866)

Photo: Catherine at Find A Grave:

Hon. Kedar Bryan MP (1752 - c.1808)

DAR # A 016266 for NC; Justice of the Peace.

Kedar Bryan MP (deceased)

Dr Leander Campbell Bryan MP (1901 - 2003)

BRYAN, DR. LEANDER CAMPBELL "DOC" - of Rutledge, Tenn., passed away Saturday, July 26, 2003. "Doc" celebrated his 102nd birthday on April 22 of this year. He hung out his shingle in 1927 and practiced ...

Leila Bryan (Lewis) MP (1904 - d.)

From : Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance Missing Since: May 10, 1941 from Carolina Beach, North Carolina Classification: Endangered Missing Date of Birth: August 6,...

Leona Elizabeth Wooton (Bryan) MP (1905 - 1996)

Birth: Apr. 8, 1905 Death: Jan. 27, 1996 Family links: Parents: Ervin A. Bryan (1873 - 1939) Alice Josephine Whitlock Bryan (1875 - 1965) Spouse: John Robert Wooton (1903 - 1968)* Siblings...

Levi Benjamin Bryan MP (1822 - 1878)

Levin Bryan MP (deceased)

Lewis Bryan, I MP (c.1662 - c.1740)

Lewis Bryan came to Bertie Co in 1713. He was the son of John Bryan of Nansemond Co. VA. Lewis came to Bertie County, North Carolina from Surry County, Virginia in 1713 with his wife Elizabeth Hunter...

Captain Lewis Bryan MP (c.1736 - 1786)

Lewis Bryan: A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA with the rank of CAPTAIN. at DAR Ancestor # A133662

Lewis Bryan, I MP (c.1748 - 1796)

Lewis Bryan, Jr., Sheriff MP (deceased)

Lewis Cox Bryan MP (deceased)