Person:William Bryan (1)

Capt. William Morgan Bryan
m. 1719
  1. Joseph Bryan, Sr., of Linville's Creek, Augusta County, VA1720 - abt 1805
  2. Samuel Bryan1721 - 1800
  3. Ellender Bryan1722 -
  4. James Bryan1723 - 1807
  5. Mary Bryan1725 - Bef 1741/2
  6. Sarah BryanEst 1727-1740 -
  7. Rebecca BryanEst 1727-1740 -
  8. Morgan Bryan, Jr.1729 - 1804
  9. John Bryan1730 -
  10. Capt. William Morgan Bryan1733 - 1780
  11. Thomas Bryan1735 - 1790
  12. Martha Bryan1742 -
m. 1754
  1. Samuel BRYAN1756 - 1780
  2. Daniel Boone Bryan, Sr.1758 - 1845
  3. John Bryan1760 - 1841
  4. William BRYAN1760 - 1780
  5. Pheobe BRYAN1763 - 1785
  6. Hannah BRYAN1765 -
  7. Sarah Bryan1770 - 1854
  8. Abner BRYAN1772 - 1780
  9. Elizabeth "Betsy" Bryan1774 - 1853
  10. Mary BRYAN1777 -
Facts and Events
Name[3] Capt. William Morgan Bryan
Gender Male
Birth[1][3][4] 6/7 Mar 1733 Chester, Pennsylvania, United States[Caution: some say Orange County, VA - more research needed.]
Residence? 1754 Rowan County, North Carolina
Marriage 1754 Rowan County, North Carolinato Mary "Polly" Boone
Other? 1775/76 Kentucky County, Virginiacame to Kentucky with brothers and established Bryan Station settlement
Military[3] 1776 Rev War - DAR Patriot #A016289
Other[4] 10 Mar 1780 Kentucky County, Virginia20 yr old son William is killed by Indians
Death[3][4] 30 May 1780 Bryan's Station, Virginiakilled by Indians
Vital Records

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References
  1. Recorded, in Haun, Weynette Parks. North Carolina Revolutionary Army accounts. (Durham, North Carolina: W.P. Haun, c1990-1999), A:169, ROLL# 53.
  2.   Drake, William P. Kentucky in retrospect, noteworthy personages and events in Kentucky history, 1792-1967. (Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Historical Society, 1967), 210, Secondary quality.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 DAR Patriot #A016289, in Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System, Secondary quality.

    [last accessed 9 Dec 2012]
    BRYAN, WILLIAM Ancestor #: A016289
    Notice: PROBLEMS HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED WITH AT LEAST ONE PREVIOUSLY VERIFIED PAPER - SEE ANCESTOR’S FULL RECORD (WHY?)
    Service: VIRGINIA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE
    Birth: 3-6-1733 CHESTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
    Death: 5-30-1780 KENTUCKY CO VIRGINIA
    Service Source: RANCK, HIST OF LEXINGTON, KY, P 70
    Service Description: 1) DEFENDER OF FORT

    Comments
    1) SON WM. B.12-7-1760 KILLED 3-10-1780 BY INDIANS
    2) THE SARAH M. WM CHINN WAS DAU OF JAMES BRYAN,JR.FROM DRAPER MSS 22C6

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Family Recorded, in The Boone Society, Inc. - The First 5 Generations of the George Boone Family, 21 Aug 2008, Secondary quality.

    (7) Mary BOONE, b 14 Nov 1736 Exeter, Berks Co, PA d 6 July 1819 Ravens Creek, Harrison Co, KY at the home of her step son John SMITH. Mary m1 William Morgan BRYAN, Capt b 7 March 1733 Orange Co, VA d 30 May 1780 Bryan Station, Fayette Co, KY. On 19 Sept 1818 in Pendleton Co, KY Mary m2 General Charles SMITH, Jr b 15 April 1735 of Harrison Co, KY d 26 Oct 1821 Harrison Co, KY. This was m3 for Genl SMITH

  5.   Family Recorded, in Spraker, Hazel Atterbury, and Jesse Proctor Crump. The Boone family: a genealogical history of the descendants of George and Mary Boone, who came to America in 1717; containing many unpublished bits of early Kentucky history; also a biographical sketch of Daniel Boone, the pioneer, by one of his descendants. (Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Co., 1922), 65-67, Secondary quality.
  6.   Family Recorded, in Rockenfield, Sarah Ridge Street. Our Boone families : Daniel Boone's kinfolks. (Evansville, Indiana: Whipporwill, 1987), 444-445, Secondary quality.
  7.   Family Notes, in Source Needed, Secondary quality.

    William Bryan, an uncle of Rebecca (Bryan) Boone married Daniel Boone's sister, Mary about 1755 in Rowan County where the Boones and Bryans were neighbors. It is believed that it was at their wedding that Daniel and Rebecca first met. Olive Boone, wife of Nathan Boone, the youngest child of Daniel and Rebecca, stated that she had heard them say that the first time they ever saw each other was at a wedding.

    They were married in a triple wedding ceremony with two other couples. Daniel's father, Squire Boone, performed the marriage ceremony, as the Justice of the Peace. According to Nathan, the young couple lived for awhile in a house on the property of Squire Boone, before moving to a place of their own.

  8.   Historical Marker, in Kentucky Historical Society. Historical Marker Database [1], Secondary quality.

    Bryan's Station
    Marker Number 21
    County Fayette
    Location Bryan Station Pk., 5 mi. N. of Lexington
    Description Camping place in 1775-76 of the brothers Morgan, James, William and Joseph Bryan. In 1779 was fortified as a station which in Aug. 1782 repelled a siege of Indians and Canadians under Capt. William Caldwell and Simon Girty.