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Re: David Bryant of Roanoke and Franklin Co., VA
Posted by: Ken Bryant (ID *****9336) Date: August 07, 2012 at 15:40:00
In Reply to: Re: David Bryant of Roanoke and Franklin Co., VA by John Bush of 11245

John,

For you and anyone else who might read this, my Ysearch ID's are AD9VA and 8QE8H. There are so many Bryans who got tired of being called Bryant, that they adopted it. I call them want-to-bes. (Laughing) I investigated the Morgan Bryan line first and got nowhere until I had my DNA tested. I'm definitely not in that line.

My ggg grandmother's line is the Taylor family of Orange and Powhatan Counties, which includes the Madisons and Lees. The Taylor line, unlike the Bryant line, has a good paper trail. There are just too many Williams in the Bryan and Bryant lines. Their mothers and fathers could have been more imaginative. They gave their animals better names.

I will send you a separate information through your individual e-mail.

Ken Bryant


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