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Zephaniah Stout Bryant
Birth: Apr., 1813
Lyons
Wayne County
New York, USA
Death: Jul. 5, 1902
Saint Paul
Ramsey County
Minnesota, USA

Zephaniah Stout Bryant was born in April 1813 in Lyons, New York to James Bryant and Cathrine Simson Stout.

He was married first to Hannah Walker and they had one daughter, Mary Catherine Bryant. Hannah died and Zephaniah (Z.S.) then married Sarah Ann Brown 1845 in Indiana. The family moved west about 1851, settling in Columbia County, Oregon, where he was the postmaster. About 1885 he, Sarah and their youngest son, Zephaniah Albert, moved with their church group to Minnesota where Zephaniah and Sarah died.

The children of James and Cathrine Bryant were:
Daniel Bryant
Juliann Bryant Babcox Kirkpatrick (1798-1848)
Rachel Bryant
Elihu Granger Bryant
Randall Hunt Bryant
Charles Stephen Bryant
Zephaniah Stout Bryant
 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Sarah Ann Brown Bryant (1818 - 1895)*
 
 Children:
  Mary Catherine Bryant Lingenfelter (1843 - 1904)*
  Eliza Jane Bryant Elliott (1846 - 1904)*
  Nancy Hannah Bryant Tinker (1847 - 1902)*
  Cecelia Ann Bryant Hume (1849 - 1876)*
  Milton Omar Bryant (1854 - 1932)*
  Zephaniah Albert Bryant (1856 - 1944)*
  Lavinia Bryant (1859 - 1869)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: No marker found.
 
Burial:
Forest Hill Cemetery
Owatonna
Steele County
Minnesota, USA
 
Maintained by: Nancy Stout
Originally Created by: Mookie
Record added: Apr 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 89343953
Zephaniah Stout Bryant
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