References Relating to the Bryan Lineage

See Bryan History of Southern Maryland

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Death Records
Birth Records
Marriage Record
Baptismal Records
Obituaries
Wills
Index of Wills, Administrations and Inventories; Prince Georges Co., MD (Enoch Pratt Free Lib, Balto.MD):
Immigration/ Naturalization

"The Early Settlers of Maryland" by Gust Skordas; p.199 Harf. Co. Lib
                            LIBER  FOLIO
     Gutheridge,  Henry      11     378    Transported  1668
     Gutheridge,  Roger      12     217          "      1669
     Gutterage,   John       16     132          "      1671
     Gutteridge,  Henry      17     531          "      1673
     Gutteridge,  Richard    15     329          "      1675
     Bryan,       John       4      14           "      1656   Servant
     Bryan,       Martin     15     446          "      1677
     Bryan,       Matthias   3      23           "      Before 1648
     Bryan,       Mic.       15     446          "      1677
     Bryan,       Moor       15     527          "      1678
     Bryan,       Pat        15     553          "      1678
     Bryan,       Patrick    WC2    57                  1678
     Bryan,       Nicholas   ABH    47     Prior to 1648 Servant
     Bryan,       Thomas      9      49    Immigrated   1665
     Bryan,       William    16      17    Immigrated   1670

Census Records


Directories Cemetaries
DEEDS & Land Records
Historical Parchments of Prince George's Co.
Document Description Contents
1676 Land CharterBoundary disclosure in Charles Co. at the mouth of Nanjemoy Creek and the North shores of the Potomac River called "Woodberry's Harbor"John Stone, John Hutchinson, John Hanning, John Allen, Woodberry's Harbor
1733 indentureTransfer of 100 acres of land called 'Lanhams' from John Lanham, Jr to Richard Lanham in exchange for 3000 lbs of tobacco
1767 indentureApril 4, 1767 .... Transfer of 156 acres called 'Sisters Delight' from John Ball to Edward Lanham in consideration of 50 pounds of current money. Except 66 acres which was deeded to a John Simson with improvements, coveniences ...


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