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James Barney Bryant
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Birth: Jul. 6, 1854
Milam County
Texas, USA
Death: Jan. 8, 1934
Williamson County
Texas, USA

Newspaper Obituary--
Bryant Station Pioeer Buried at Rogers
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Rogers cemetery for J. B. Bryant, 79, who died at Bartlett at the home of his niece and nephew, Mr and Mrs H. D. Bryant, Monday morning. He had been in ill health for several months.
Mr. Bryant was born at Bryant Station July 6, 1854, where he lived with his mother, Mrs Amanda Fetterly, until they moved to Bartlett. He was a member of the Central Texas Pioneers club.
The deceased is survived by his mother, who is 98 years of age, six nephews, H. D. Bryant of Bartlett, R. G. Bryant of Seabrook; L. R. Bryant of Rogers; E. C. Bryant of Lorenzo; E. P. Bryant of Ralls, and H. H. Bryant of McGregor; four nieces Mrs. H. J. Starling and Mrs Chas. Lively of Rogers; Mrs. C. H. Slone of Ralls, ad Mrs. E. T. Colbert of Bellfalls. 
Family links: 
  Joseph Robert Bryant (1824 - 1863)
  Amanda Bryant Fetterly (1835 - 1934)
  Susan Elizabeth Rebecca Bryant (1852 - 1853)*
  James Barney Bryant (1854 - 1934)
  Lafayette Benjamin Bryant (1857 - 1924)*
  William Kendrick Bryant (1858 - 1863)*
  Ida Elvira Mirtle Bryant (1860 - 1863)*
  Samuel P. Bryant (1863 - 1863)*
*Calculated relationship
Rogers Cemetery
Bell County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: Delores Barnett
Originally Created by: Karen Neal Morey
Record added: Apr 17, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13983206
James Barney Bryant
Added by: Karen Neal Morey
James Barney Bryant
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