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Sarah Bailey (Bryan) MP (1732 - 1789)

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Sarah Fitch (Bryan) MP (1657 - 1698)

Sarah Bryan Baldwin (Bryan) MP (1602 - 1669)

Marriages: Syvester Baldwin d. 21 July 1638. James Astwood (Atwood). JOHN ASTWOOD (or Atwood) (1609-1654) was first in Roxbury. He came over on the ship Hopewell , Captain Bundocke, in the sp...

Susan Bryan MP (1778 - d.)

Susan Elizabeth Bryan MP (b. - 1844)

Susan or Sarah Virginia Bryan (Turner) MP (1866 - d.)

Sources: 1. Genealogies of Virginia Families, from the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, 1981. 2. 1900 Federal Census, Central, St Louis, MO. ...

Susanna Bryan (Harrell) MP (c.1715 - 1752)

Susanna Bush Bryan MP (1791 - 1830)

Susannah Bush (Bryan) MP (1762 - 1841)

Susannah Mary Bryan (Wiggin) MP (c.1630 - 1673)

Families of Early Milford, p. 124: Alexander Bryan s of Thomas and Frances (Bowling) was baptized Aylesbury, co. Bucks, England 23 September 1602 and died Milford 20 November 1679. He married 1/ 1631...

Thomas Bryan MP (c.1738 - 1760)

Will: Bryan, Thomas. County not given. December 1, 1760. Wife: Rachel Bryan. Daughters: Sarah and Ann Bryan. Executors: Rachel Bryan, Wm. Bryan (brother of testator) and John Lavender. Witnesses: Sar...

Thomas Bryan MP (deceased)

Sir Thomas Bryan, II, Kt. MP (1464 - 1517)

) Sir Thomas Bryan II was knighted by Henry VII in 1497, and he died in 1517 Thomas Bryan (courtier) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Thomas Bryan was an English courtier during the reign ...

Thomas Bryan, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas MP (1438 - 1500)

Sir Thomas Bryan ("King's Serjeant" & "Knight of the Bath") was a British justice born to common blood, most likely to the son of John Bryan, who was a fishmonger. Thomas assumed the arms of Guy Bryan,...

Col. Thomas Bryan MP (c.1737 - c.1790)

Walker Bryan MP (deceased)

Walter Bryan MP (deceased)

Capt. William Christopher Bryan MP (1734 - 1780)

Recorded by the DAR as having provided patriotic service: defender of fort. Co-founder of Bryan Station an early fortified settlement in Lexington, Kentucky. DAR Ancestor #A016289: William Br...

William Bryan MP (1744 - c.1820)

William BRYAN [Parents] was born 20 Apr 1744 in Burden Colony, Va. He married Mary ROBISON about 1768 in Virginia. Mary ROBISON married William BRYAN about 1768 in Virginia. They had the following ...

William Bryan (Brian) MP (1451 - d.)

William Brian parents: unknown Married Elizabeth Webdon Children included: Elizabeth Bryan, born about 1516 in Stourton, Whichford, Warwickshire, England. Married Thomas Welles. ...

William Gray Bryan, III MP (1781 - 1842)

William Bryan MP (c.1740 - 1791)

William Bryan MP (deceased)

William Bryan, I MP (deceased)

William Bryan, Sr MP (1757 - 1838)

On 4 Feb 1833, William Bryan appeared in open court to obtain a pension for his services as a soldier in the American Revolutionary War (Pension #S-8089). He stated that he was born "...on the Brown Ma...

Sir William Bryan MP (c.1349 - 1395)

Sir William de Bryan was the son of Sir Guy de Bryan, 1st and last Lord Bryan and Lady Elizabeth Montagu.1 He married Joan Fitzalan, daughter of John Fitzalan and Eleanor Maltravers.1 He died on 22 S...

William Green Bryan MP (1807 - d.)

William Bryan MP (1684 - 1746)

Do not confuse with William Bryan son of Edward Bryan. This record shows William, imported by his father LEWIS Bryan, from Surry County, Virginia to Chowan County, North Carolina: 15 Oct 1715 &#x...

William Smith Bryan, I MP (1685 - 1786)

William BRYAN Sex: M Birth: 1685 in Belfast, Ireland Death: 1789 in Rocky Springs, Goochland, Virginia Emigrant from Ballyroney County Down, Ireland 1718 Father: Francis BRYAN III b: 16...

William Jennings Bryan "The Great Commoner", U.S. Secretary of State MP (1860 - 1925)

William Jennings Bryan (March 19, 1860 – July 26, 1925) was an American politician in the late-19th and early-20th centuries. He was a dominant force in the liberal wing of the Democratic Part...

William Hatch Bryan MP (1771 - d.)

William Bryan, Col. MP (c.1724 - 1780)

William Bryan: at Daughters of the American Revolution Ancestor # A016287 In 1776, during the American Revolution, he fought as a patriot under the command of Richard Caswell in the Battle of M...

William Bryan MP (deceased)

Do not confuse with William Bryan son of Lewis Bryan.

William W. Bryan MP (c.1762 - 1811)

William W. BRYAN married Olive/Olief/Ollez Croom--their children: a. Elizabeth Ann BRYAN, 2/24/1804-6/17/1857; m 6/29/1822 Timothy Christopher Mooring. b. Nancy L. BRYAN, b. 4/14/1806; married John...

William Ray Bryan MP (1905 - 1976)

William Bryan, II MP (deceased)

William Bryan, II MP (1747 - 1800)

William Sherwood Bryan MP (1833 - 1869)

William Smith Bryan MP (1599 - 1667)

William Smith Bryan was born about 1590. He married Catherine Morgan (born 1604). William Smith Bryan and Catherine Morgan were both born in County Claire, Ireland. During the Puritan Rebellion, Willia...

Winifred Bryan (Bryan) MP (1754 - 1793)

Winnefred Bryan (McCullers) MP (deceased)

Winnefred Bryan MP (1831 - 1894)

Winnefred Whitefield (Bryan) MP (c.1775 - 1828)

William Blackledge's wife is listed as "Winifred Whitfield" in their marriage record because Winnefred was previously married to Bryan Whitfield. William Blackledge is sometimes listed as having marrie...

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Van Bryan (1875 - d.)

Rebecca Elvira BRYAN (1841 - d.)

"Bud" O'Bryan (deceased)

"Doc" O'Bryan (deceased)

(unknown) Howard (O'Bryan) (c.1 - d.)

(unknown) O'Bryan (deceased)

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A. Jacob Bryan, Reverend (1779 - 1857)