Last name: Bryant
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Wow... I never knew my last name had so much history! I have finally confirmed that my last name is, in fact, Irish. It's really cool.
My name is Troy Bryant. Interesting trying to figure out how I'm black with this last name.
My maiden name is Bryant I am trying to do my family tree my dad is Reggie Bryant from Tompkinsville Ky, his dad was Loyd=LLoyd Bryant he was born 1908 he died at the age of 55 -56, he married Burnette Ross Walden Bryant, I am very interested in finding out more if you think we might be connected or if u know more about my side of Bryants.. They lived at Mud Camp KY then moved to Mud Lick Ky thanks for any help
I have had no luck tracing my Bryant roots past 1800's who settled in Ms. My great grandfather was ML Bryant or Marvin Lamar Bryant. I have been told he came from the North Carolina area, but I am not sure about that. I did speak with someone that told me that Henry Ford's wife was a Bryant from that area. I did research and found that some of Clara's sibblings had the same first names as Clara's family. I know these relatives were not the same as Clara's sibblings, but I found it odd that they had some of the same names as Clara Ford. Also, Clara Bryant Ford's family came over on the Mayflower and were aristocrats from England or maybe Ireland(not sure about Ireland.)
Sorry, I made a mistake … It is suppose to be "I found that some of Clara Bryant Ford's sibblings had the same names as some of my relatives in Mississippi."
Richard C Bryant
Hello I would like to say what a pleasure to read all the interesting comments , especially our cousins in the USA. I live in Plymouth UK and my family have for many generations.They have lived here for approx 500 years according to a maiden aunt still living. I am proud to be a Bryant and my forebears. I will try to answer as much as i can but my personal knowledge on the subject is limited
Margaret Ann Bryant Schwuchow
I have traced my Bryant ancestors back to my gt.gt.grandfather, John Calhoun Bryant. Born about 1800 in South Carolina. His wife was Matilda Holder from Georgia. My family is in South Carolina. Aiken, Barnwell and Charleston Counties. My father, Alfred Jennings Bryant, Jr. alway told me the family was from Ireland, but they where the "Scots Irish" and where Prodestant. Would love to find more information.
I have been trying to locate my dad Woodrow Bryant who was born in Camilla GA and moved to Jacksonville, FL for a while. Haven't been able to catch up with him I live in Florida the panhandle area. Would like to get more information.
I am looking for information about the Bryants, my maiden name was Bryant my dad is Reggie Bryant his dad was Loyd bryant from cumberland county ky mud camp area moved to mud lick he married Bruntte Ross walden Loyds dad was Geroge Dick Bryant and he married Zella Tooley. this is as far as i have gotten I would appreciate any help.. Loyd Bryant was born in 1908 in Cumberland County ky..please help thanks
Hello , I am Black and an descendant from Cody C. Bryant and Lydia Gray Bryant. Some of the children died and others moved to Michigan in the early 1900's. I have found the burial site on line and trying to extend my search for family history prior to 1850's in Jasper County, Georgia. If you recognize these names, please contact me. It's amazing to find out that Bryant comes from the Irish so now that further research. I know that my people migrated to Michigan and died .
Julie Bryant Goodman
I am looking for information on Rufus Bryant who married Jamima Jane Hitson. They are from the Graham, Texas Area. He may also have gone by Rudulfus or Rudolphus. Dead end!
Im a Bryant from Alabama. I have traced back to Edinburgh, where family artisans immigrated to Alabama to grow cotton in the 1700s. They became large plantation owners in west Alabama. With over 20 freed slave worker families on his land, all but one of the families adopted the name as their own. I hope that gives you a possible clue Troy.
I am looking for the bryant out of Parksville Sc Robert Bryant Married Mary White Bryant in the late 1800's to early 1900's Children was Lillian, Mattie,James, Manch, Tom, Robert , Katharine,Barbara, and the history on the Bryant family from the 1800's
Bryant is my maiden name. My Father was James. Born in Michigan. He was one of two children born to L. and C. Bryant. My grandfather was Lester Bryant which was married to Clara (Shwartz)Bryant. I've always heard we go back to England and Germany. I live in Indiana.
I am a direct relative of Daniel Bryant and Nancy Plummer, Cabin Creek, Lewis Kentucky 1795. Daniel died 1841 from there the name of Daniels father changes or remains Peter O'Briant who married Mary Millikan. Peter was born in 1750 died 1825. Peter's father was John O'Briant, born 1725 and died in 1809 in Mifflin, Ohio, Where did we start? The coat of arms differs from the Bryant's and the O'Briant's. O'Briant started in Ireland, the Bryant name is related to England, can any one help with more family history? I am at a cross road of an awesome story no matter what , most my family resides in Iowa, I live in Florida. Thanks, any help is great!
Anyone related to the Bryant's from evansville Indiana?
Jessica M. Bryant
Nice to see so many Bryants. I have three aunts and one uncle who live in the area outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a few cousins. My brother and I are the only Bryants now as my father passed away in 1994. I've been told the name means the family on the top of the hill, which kind of goes with this.
Heidi Van Curen
My grandmother's maiden name is Bryant. Her family is from PEI Canada. My Great grandparents are from Ireland. My Great uncle's grandson (so I guess a cousin) is Kris Bryant who plays on the Chicago cubs
Thomas Stewart Bryant
I know very little about him or his family, but I'm trying to gather some information about the life of my Grandfather, Charles Bryant. He died someplace in the U. K. (probally Yorkshire) about 1910? No results thus far. My father Claude Bryant camels to the U.S from England about 1930 and eventually settled in Westbury, New York, which is where I grew up. I believe my Grandfather may have been from Scotland, that's where my Grandmother's family lived. My name is Tom Bryant, I'm 67 years old, I served in the USMC 66-69 (C Co., 1st battalion, 1st Marines), 23 years with MPDC and another 20 with the Treasury Department in Washington, DC.. It would be great to connect with a relative.