OBRYENT Family Bible Obryant Surname Information & Meaning
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Other surnames found on this page: Wilson
Footnotes: This family Bible is extracted from the microfilm in the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. The LDS Church has photographed, transcribed and placed on microfilm many Bibles of early Cherokee County, Alabama families. These Bibles contain a tremendous amount of rich genealogy data which will be helpful to researchers who are searching for ancestors in the area of Cherokee County, Alabama. NOTE: this name is found in records spelled OBrient, OBryant as in the census records below and other variations. This family is also mentioned in the Neely Family Bible.
The following census records for this family were easy to locate quickly using the Census Records at Ancestry.com
Ladiga, Calhoun County, Alabama, Page 657A
L.C. OBryant, age 51, Farmer, born SC, Farmer, father born IRE, mother born SC.
Sarah OBryant, wife, age 54, born GA, parents born SC.
Adaline OBryant, dau, age 18, born AL, at home, father born SC, mother born GA.
Victoria OBryant, dau, age 16, born AL, at home, father born SC, mother born GA.
John OBryant, son, age 19, born AL, Works on Farm, father born SC, mother born GA.
Davis OBryant, son, age 17, At School, father born SC, mother born GA.
Carie OBryant, dau, age 13, born AL, At School, father born SC, mother born GA.
Laurance OBryant, son, age 10, born AL, At School, father born SC, mother born GA.
Frank WILSON, male, black, age 19, born AL, Servant, parents born AL.
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