|Birth: ||Oct. 25, 1872|
|Death: ||Jan. 31, 1896|
On January 31, 1896, Pearl traveled from Greencastle, Indiana, to Cincinnati, Ohio to meet the man she hoped to marry, instead, on Feb. 1, 1896, her body was discovered in a remote field.
The discovery of her body led to one of the most sensational murder cases in northern Kentucky history.
During the trial, locals sold souvenir products bearing Pearl's name.
Her fame being created from mystery and legend. She is famous for supposedly being one of the many souls that haunts Bobby Mackey's Music world in Wilder, Kentucky, located near the site where Pearl's body was discovered. (Bio by: Familykeeper)
Belle Bryan Yates 1850 1899
James Parker Bryan 1852 1933 # 20445726
Elizabeth F. Bryan Hamrick 1855 1948 # 16990466
Elvira S. Bryan Kellar 1856 1943 # 30838119
Flora Bryan Mitchell 1859 1881
Marion Alexander Bryan 1861 1882
Mary B. Bryan Stanley 1863 1939
Auta Bryan Harris 1865 1892
Fredrick D. Bryan 1867 1931
Jennie Bryan 1870 1885
Frank Bryan 1875 1939
Alexander Stanford Bryan (1824 - 1901)
Susan Jane Farrow Bryan (1833 - 1913)
Elvira Simpson Bryan Kellar (1856 - 1943)**
Marion Bryan (1861 - 1882)*
Pearl Bryan (1872 - 1896)
Forest Hill Cemetery
Created by: Cami
Record added: Oct 19, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30686832
Added: Dec. 26, 2016
Added: Nov. 12, 2016
Dear pearl may u and your child be at peace.although its be so very long you will never be forgotten! Bless you both always!! 🌸 kelly in ca|
Added: Nov. 4, 2016
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