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James Bryson English
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Birth: Sep. 3, 1772
Abbeville County
South Carolina, USA
Death: May 3, 1839
Lincoln County
Tennessee, USA

James and Martha English migrated with their children to Lincoln County, TN before 1830 (1830 Census, Lincoln Co., TN, p 197. James Bryson English received State of TN Land Grant, entry # 12592, for 300 acres, recorded 16 March 1835.

Wife Martha McMeans, born 3 Feb 1775 SC; died 8 Sep 1858, Mississippi

Joseph S. English (Born: )
Eleazer E. English (Born: 1808)
Andrew Montgomery English (Born: 1813)
SAMUEL LEWIS ENGLISH (Born: 30 Mar 1816, Abbeville,SC-12 Jan 1890,Bean Cemetery, Itawamba,Mississippi)

Family links: 
  Martha McMeans English (1775 - 1858)*
  Joseph S. English (1801 - 1873)*
  James E. English (1808 - 1886)*
  Mary Ann English Gragg (1811 - 1877)*
  Andrew Montgomery English (1813 - 1901)*
  Samuel Lewis English (1816 - 1900)*
*Calculated relationship
Bethel Cemetery
Lincoln County
Tennessee, USA
Maintained by: Lana Davis
Originally Created by: Wilton Golson
Record added: Feb 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34009887
James Bryson English
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Happy to have found you, great Uncle James Bryson English! Your brother, William Yowell English, is my Grandfather. His daughter, Lillie Marie, was my mother. May you continue to rest in peace.
- Mary Williams
 Added: Feb. 18, 2016
My great, great, great-uncle. May you rest in peace.
- Doris Keifer
 Added: Jan. 23, 2016
James Bryson is my 3rd great grandfather. My email address is
- C Dean
 Added: Jun. 7, 2014
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