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Re: Joseph, Robert, W. H. H. - 26th Alabama
Posted by: Ted R. Tedford Date: May 27, 2001 at 14:15:15
In Reply to: Re: Joseph, Robert, W. H. H. - 26th Alabama by Tod Molesworth of 258

Tod,

William H. H. Bryce, but as for his H. H., I don't know anything about that. The brothers were born in Union County, South Carolina. Joseph in 1813 and Robert in 1815.

They were the sons of William and Mary Orr Bryce, who immergrated to the US, from what we have found, around 1800. Some have it as 1799. They came to South Carolina, from Glasgow Scotland.

The family had moved to Carroll County, Georgia in the 1820s. You would be able to find some family history there as it was the final stop for their patents.

Two brothers of theirs, James Bryce and the eldest, Thomas Jimison Bryce stayed on in that area of Geogia to their end aswell.

I hope this has been of help to you, if I can be of ferther assistance, connact via; crownt@aol.com


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