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Bryan family of Fayette County, Kentucky

Bryan notes
the J.R. Cooper mss. Bryan notes / from letters to Lyman Draper in the Draper collection, deposited with the Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison, Wis. ; collected 1921 by Lindsay M. Brien
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel

Notes

Microfilm of typescript (85, 62 leaves) at the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.

Morgan Bryan emigrated from Ireland to Pennysylvania where he married Martha Strode in 1719. They had seven sons and two daughters. About 1728 or 1730, he obtained a grant of land on the Opequan Creek, Virginia, and moved there with his family. In 1748, they moved to the Yadkin River country in North Carolina where he died in 1763. Descendants lived in North Carolina and Kentucky.

Contains a typed transcript of ten articles on the Morgan Bryan family of North Carolina and Kentucky / by J. R. Cooper, that were published in the Lexington Herald, Lexington, Kentucky, starting 27 Feb. 1927 and photocopied excerpts from the Draper collection, deposited with the State Historical Society of Wisconsin / collected in 1921 by Lindsay M. Brien of Dayton, Ohio [typed transcript of original ms.].

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