Genealogy is the study of families and the tracing of their lineages and history. Genealogists use oral interviews, historical records, genetic analysis, and other records to obtain information about a family and to demonstrate kinship and pedigrees of its members. The results are often displayed in charts or written as narratives.
The pursuit of family history and origins tends to be shaped by several motives, including the desire to carve out a place for one’s family in the larger historical picture, a sense of responsibility to preserve the past for future generations, and a sense of self-satisfaction in accurate storytelling.
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7. Joseph H. Bryan, I b. June 1, 1720, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Colonial America; d. March 4, 1805, Floyd’s Fork, Shelby County, Kentucky, United States -> Revolutionary Military Service, Cofounder of Bryan Station and the Bryan Settlements
Joseph Bryan, described as a “tall rawboned man,” migrated from Virginia, where Rebecca Bryan was born, to the forks of the Yadkin in NC some time after the rest of the Bryan families, and settled about four miles from his father, Morgan Bryan. He was married twice and had eleven children, one son Joseph, by his first wife Hester Hampton, two sons and eight daughters by his second wife, Alee Linville. She was Rebecca Bryan Boone’s mother. He was living at Floyd’s Fork when he died in 1805. more
5. Charles Hinkle Bryan b. December 14, 1807; d. January 14, 1885, Bryan Farm Floyd Creek, KY. Settled in Turkey Spring, Illinois. Nephi, Utah. -> ‘Doctor, Frontier Pioneer, Brigham Young Co. 1848 to Utah ordained High Priest, Bishop, Nephi, UT Alderman, Lieutenant.
Once described as “one of the cleverest men that ever lived”
The Mormons were driven from of Lovington, Illinois. – James Cazier, Benjamin Cazier, and John Cazier were among the Mormons together with Andrew Love and James O. Bigelow who were pushed out of Lovington, Illinois.
Charles H. Bryan and Miranda were so distressed by the departure of their loved ones that they later sold their homestead and followed the Mormons to the Rocky Mountains. Charles H. Bryan and Miranda felt the Mormons were being villianously imposed upon and nothing could part them from their family and friends.
4. William Andrew Cazier Bryan b. April 5, 1849, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States; d. circa 1948 -> Lawyer graduated Law degree Cornell practiced in Nephi City, Utah, Government Service – City and County Attorney, Telegraphist.
“What a world of wealth comes to those who’s hearts are satisfied by the response of love.” -W.A.C. Bryan
Communicated to Abraham Lincoln Utahs position in Civil War via telegram with Brigham Young.
Under Brigham Young’s direction he sent a wired message to President Abraham Lincoln confirming Utah’s loyalty to the Union saying,
“Utah has not succeeded but is firm for the Constitution and the laws of our once happy country and is warmly interested in such successful enterprises as the one so far completed.”
3. Alif Bryan b. December 31, 1901, Utah, United States; d. 1998, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States -> Industrial Chemist Tehachapi Concrete born Mormon converted Protestant at marriage.
1. Douglas Gregory Bryan b. April 8, 1986, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, United States born Catholic. Sacred Heart Cathedral School. Knoxville Catholic High School. Pellissippi State Associate of Science Degree.
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