BRYAN'S STATION
Lexington, Ky
Bryan Station Historical Marker
Camping place in 1775-76 of the brothers Morgan, James, William and Joseph Bryan. In 1779 it was fortified as a station which in Aug. 1782 repelled a siege of Indians and Canadians under Captain William Caldwell and Simon Girty.
Siege of Bryan Station, Aug 1782
Battle of Blue Licks, Aug 1782
Col. Cave Johnson reminiscences of his association with the Bryan's.
1759 Rowan County NC Militia List
Morgan BRYAN  to  Eddie BRYANT

Morgan Bryan  m.  Martha Strode  8th G-Grandparents
 |  Link: Morgan's Last Will and Testament
 |  Link: Bryan's mentioned in records of the Moravians in N.C.
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Joseph Bryan  m.  Alice Linville  7th G-Grandparents
 |  Link: Joseph's Last Will and Testament
 |  Link: Joseph's Family
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Mary Bryan  m.  Cornelius Howard  6th G-Grandparents
 |  Note: Sister, Rebecca Bryan  m. Col. Daniel Boone
 |  Note: Sister, Martha Bryan  m. Daniel's bro. Edward Boone
 |  Note: Uncle, William Bryan  m. Daniel's sis. Mary Boone
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Susannah Howard  m.  Vincent Garner  5th G-Grandparents
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Cornelius Garner  m.   ?      4th G-Grandparents
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Matilda Garner  m.  Joseph C. Smith  3rd G-Grandparents
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Malinda Smith  m.  Wm. Abner Bryant  GG-Grandparents
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William Robert Bryant  m.  Sarah Haste  G-Grandparents
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Eddie T. Bryant  m.  Bethel Lee Gill  Grandparents
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Edwood F. Bryant  m.  Muriel M. Wright  Parents
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Edwood F. Bryant Jr.  m.  Beryl Stovall  Eddie

  
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