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J L Bryant (#47514108)
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Bio Photo The ancestry of this Find-a-Grave contributor is:

11th Generation (paternally) of the Dutch northern NJ American family - Bryant / Briant

Bryant Genealogy (public) held here:
Breyandt Briant Bryant

9th Generation (maternally) of the Dutch NJ American family - Polhemus and
10th Generation (maternally) of the English NJ American family - White

Polhemus & White Genealogy (public) held here:
Polhemus & White Families of Central NJ

Additionally, this contributor is related, by marriage, to the:

8th Generation of the German Palatinate NY American family - Trumpbour

Trumpbour Genealogy (public) held here:
Trumpbours of NY & NJ

Virtual cemeteries of these families are being added to constantly. Please know that I welcome any & all additional information and/or questions toward these families.

And above all, I am extremely grateful to all contributors who have created memorials of these respective families.
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 • 95 Memorials Added
 • 360 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 338 Photos
 • 72 Photo Requests
 • 13 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 50 Virtual Flowers
 • 13 Virtual Cemeteries
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00 Polhemus family of NY ... (36)
000 Trumpbour family of N... (180)
0000 White family of NJ (11)
1 Great-grandparents (7)
2 Second great-grandparen... (7)
3 Third great-grandparent... (10)
4 - Fourth great-grandpar... (7)
5 - Fifth great-grandpare... (2)
6 - Sixth great-grandpare... (5)
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Messages left for J L Bryant (118)[Leave Message]
Barbara Wolf
RE: Della Bryant marker
You are welcome. Barb
Added by Barbara Wolf on Aug 21, 2014 4:50 PM
Amy Elizabeth
RE: Emma J. Capron Bryant marker
You're welcome!
Added by Amy Elizabeth on Aug 21, 2014 2:14 PM
Tina
RE: George's & Lena's headstone
You are welcome Jeff.
Added by Tina on Aug 17, 2014 6:43 PM
Debbie B
Mae Bryant
P.S. Mae is buried near Belle, at Forest Home.
Added by Debbie B on Aug 15, 2014 4:26 PM
Debbie B
Belle Bryant Work
Hi, J L,
Thanks for your suggested edit for Mrs. Work's memorial. How about I transfer her to you and you can make the changes? I'm not related.
--Debbie
Added by Debbie B on Aug 15, 2014 4:23 PM
Jen
RE: John Briant 104061001
Hmm. All of the genealogy stuffed of my mother's is packed away at the moment. I'll let you know when I get the chance to go through it.
Added by Jen on Aug 12, 2014 8:59 PM
Jen
John Briant 104061001
Hi Jeff. I created this memorial, and all that I manage in this cemetery, from a transcription my mother had. I have family members who were Presbyterians, but in Middlesex County (by 1685). I suspect that my mother ran across the transcript decades ago thinking she might eventually connect to some people there. I don't know if his stone is gone or he never had one (stones vs. burial register). Everything I knew would have been included when I created each memorial so I can't really be of more help, but I am always more than happy to add new information as it is brought to my attention!
Added by Jen on Aug 12, 2014 5:31 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: Masonic Cemetery vs City Cemetery
You were asking whether I could help you with Albert's lineage and I was telling you I don't live in Alaska.

As to why I took Albert's photo; He was just a random photo along with all the others I did in the Masonic Cemetery. I do that wherever we travel. We stop and do photo shots of those buried in any particular cemetery. If you look at my memorials, you will see all the places we have been.

Right now we are in Minot, N.D. and I have been doing the local cemeteries. When we got here, there were 85 photo requests dating back two years and I have been able to honor those plus others that have cropped up. Also, I have been to the local library doing research for some folks who have asked.

Yes, Familysearch is a great site.

Have a good evening. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jul 31, 2014 6:20 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: Masonic Cemetery vs City Cemetery
We were vacationing in Alaska but live in California. No help here in finding anything. Do you ever look through "Familysearch" Always a wealth of information. Alfred's memorial is not the only one. There are a whole bunch that are in both cemeteries. Thanks for the heads up. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jul 31, 2014 2:50 PM
Linda Rhoadarmer
Masonic Cemetery vs City Cemetery
I googled "Masonic Cemetery, Seward, Alaska burial records". These following sublets came up: 1. Masonic Cemetery, USGen Web Archives. 2. Alaska-Comcast 3. Seward City Cemetery, USGen Web Archives. These show where folks are buried.

I checked a couple of years ago regarding the two cemeteries. That is how I came up with the plot numbers for the individual headstone photos. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jul 31, 2014 5:45 AM
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