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Re: Bryant from TN to TX 1879
Posted by: Nita (ID *****6995) Date: November 12, 2012 at 07:50:18
In Reply to: Re: Bryant from TN to TX 1879 by TERRY PELTON of 11245

You might find some information on this site if you look for land claims in New Mexico--definitely our Banks Bryant, along with some other interesting Bryants, Christessen, Current, etc.

If you have searched the Texas land patent index for Stephens Co., TX, there are patents/land transfers for Callie Bryant, James M. Bryant (that guy from KY to CA to TX), and J. W. Bryant. The tax records on the site have Callie paying taxes some, then J. A., etc. paying. Since J. A. did not have any land in Stephens Co., nor seems to have any other land in Texas on that Texas search site--interesting since he was the oldest son and should have been getting something in his name. Callie's land was placed in a trust in Stephens Co., since she lived with her daughter Lucy's Stoker family on the 1920 Palo Pinto Co. census, Lucy's husband likely supervised the sale, etc. of anything in Callie's name.

If you will send your regular mailing address to missouriborn at, I will send you some pages from the New Mexico and Texas books and information sent from TN--not just about Bryant, but another name in Martha Ellen's background.

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