I am desiring to find a library copy of the following:   Bryant Family Genealogy, by Albert Scott Bryant (1868-1955).  any leads are appreciated.  Thanks.

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Comment by Chris Dunham on August 13, 2014 at 12:44pm
The Maine State Library has a copy, but apparently it's being repaired at the moment. http://goo.gl/sx9YRX
Comment by Laura Letellier on August 15, 2014 at 9:06pm


Comment by Jean Marie Bagley on September 6, 2014 at 10:51am

Hi Laura

   I have 2 Bryant women in my tree. But they were born in Machias, ME. Hatti Bell Bagley Bryant Kennedy married a Bryant had 2 girls then her husband died. I think Bryant is very popular as is Bagley. Good luck

Jean Marie Bagley   jandjscott@sbcglobal.net  I am glad Chris helped with your search  Did you get the book?

Comment by Laura Letellier on September 30, 2014 at 10:51am

Hello Jean....Thanks for adding this info.  The Bryant family that I am looking into lived in and near the Livermore / Turner area.  I followed the clip provided above and found the booklet to be in repair within the Maine State library, whatever that may mean.  I will need to call the local libraries to see if there are copies available for in house use.

Comment by Laurie Davis on November 7, 2014 at 8:05am
my G Grandmother was a Bryant - granddaughter of Silas C Bryant [1827-1910]of Union Maine ...
Comment by Francis Raymond Fuller on November 9, 2014 at 7:53pm

I have quite a lot of information of the Bryants in Jay and Livermore Falls area. Who are you looking for?


Comment by Laura Letellier on November 14, 2014 at 9:53pm

Thanks for all the comments.  My Bryant connection is with Salome, daughter of Thomas and Salome Bryant.  Salome married John Howard in 1834 and they lived in Livermore.  Their son Thomas is a great-grand of mine.  Any connection to your info?  I did find more on the family from postings on rootsweb.  

Comment by Marsha Whittemore on March 8, 2015 at 7:11pm

Hello. My mother, Priscilla Edna Bryant Newton , was the granddaughter of Albert Scott Bryant . Great Grampa Albert started the Bryant genealogy in 1915 and worked on it ,as time allowed, for the next 30 years, giving it up in 1945 at age 77. My Mom, and a couple of her Bryant cousins resumed the genealogy search  and felt they had done all they could in 1979. They then had the 'Bryant Family Geneaology'  published and it was distributed throughout the descendants as best they could back then. I have a copy which was given to me. If you are in contact with any other of the descendants of Albert Bryant , they may know of other copies out there. I remember there were extras at the time I was given mine. Hope this helps. Marsha Newton Whittemore.

Comment by Laura Letellier on March 9, 2015 at 4:54pm

Hi Marsha,  so thoughtful of you to respond.  Your grgrand and family have left a wonderful resource.  So much work and all without today's computers.  Many thanks to them.  Albert had sent a typed note to my grandmother in the '40s asking a myriad of questions.  I don't know how she responded or what thoughts it that generated.  Thanks for the follow up!

Comment by Skip Bryant on February 6, 2017 at 3:25pm


My Paternal 2nd gt grandparents Saloma Wilkerson and Allison Libby Bryant left Standish ,Maine in 1837 and moved to Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio. Saloma always spelled her name with an "a." She was from NH but I just can't find her family anywhere.  Their 1836  Marriage record is recorded as from Massachusetts Reverend Jenks famous Green St. church in Boston, but Jenks did several years of preaching in Maine. Saloma never had a middle initial for me to try and search in case Saloma was her middle name at birth. They lived in Buxton, and Standish and possibly in Jay.  You may benefit from having "Ancestry and Descendants of Major Joseph Bryant by Ianthe Bond Hebel 1944  Library of Congress 14 pages typescript. It covers many Bryants in Saco and Buxton as well as Harmon,Kimball,Libby,Woodman,Hawkes, others,


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