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Re: James, John & William BRYANT Early 1700s
Posted by: Ken Bryant (ID *****9336) Date: September 21, 2012 at 08:44:01
In Reply to: James, John & William BRYANT Early 1700s by Peggy Gunter of 11244

Peggy,

I hate answering a question with a question, but why the laundry list of names? Did you obtain these list of names from DNA testing or purely genealogy research?

This is such a large list that I do match ANDREWS, DANIEL, and BRYANT. Andrews and Daniel are NC names on the maternal side of my Bryant line.

My first start in my Andrews line is in Farmville, VA where my ggg grandfather was a doctor who died in the 1820's cholera epidemic. He had two sons who would later become doctors in Lousiana. They would later branch into Drew County, Arkansas where my gg father BRYANT would marry an Andrews daughter. I haven't visited this side of the family for awhile, but I believe that DANIEL does go back to NC on the Andrew maternal side.

That's the extent of your list.

Ken Bryant
AD9VA


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