Bryan County, Georgia

        
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                   Bryan County, Georgia, created by Act of  Dec. 19, 1793, was named for Jonathan Bryan, 1708-1788.  Bryan is buried at Brampton Plantation in
Savannah, Georgia. During the civil war his grave was raided
by Union Soldiers looking for valuables. White, in his "Statistics of Georgia," described Jonathan Bryan as "a tall and large man, of wonderful strength and of imposing appearance."  He was a Revolutionary patriot
            and a member of the Executive Council.


              
            Parts of Bryan County were taken from 
Chatham County
  Effingham County
  
Liberty County

                            Bryan County  was physically divided when the U.S. Army acquired some of its land for what is now Ft. Stewart.
                            The county seat is Pembroke  to the north. The city of Richmond Hill   is in the southern part of the county.
                    Other neighboring counties are
 Bulloch County

Evans County


First Families View Surname List and Queries Census Records 1860 Mortality Schedule
1880 Mortality Schedule Marriage Records 1865-1889 1830 Teachers of General School Fund Military
Cemetery Records Fort Stewart Cemeteries Photos 1847 Poor School Fund
Misc.Records Old Surveyor's Poem about Bryan Co. Books About Bryan Co. Post Queries
Historical Atlas of Bryan Co. Historical Collections of Georgia (Bryan County) Bryan County Historical Society GAGenWeb Archives for Bryan Co.
Georgia Place Names GAGenWeb Links Georgia Vital Records Index George White
Cyndi List of Georgia Genealogy Links Bryan Co. Land Plats Bryan Co. History Old Guest Book



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Bryan County, Ga. County Coordinator is
 Carolyn Barber Jarrard

Our State Coordinator is Linda Blum-Barton

Our Assistant State Coordinator is Trish Elliott-Kashima
Our Regional Coordinator is Trish Elliott-Kashima 


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