William T Bryant and Amanda Howard

 


Submitted by: Judy Burns

Husband: William Thomas Bryant
Birthdate: 11 May 1844
Birthplace: Marcelline, Adams County, Illinois
Death date: 4 Mar 1900
Place of death: Chili, Hancock County, Illinois
Father: Hiram Bryant
Mother: Mary A. Crank

Marriage date: 14 Dec 1871
Marriage place: Adams County, Illinois

Wife: Amanda Howard
Birthdate: 20 Dec 1849
Birthplace: Indiana
Death date: 23 July 1924
Place of death: Basco, Hancock County, Illinois
Father: William Howard
Mother: Ruth Prater

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Alice Cedelia Bryant
Birthdate: 11 Apr 1873
Birthplace: Stillwell, Hancock County, Illinois
Death date: 9 Jan 1971
Place of death: Monmouth, Warren County, Illinois
Marriage date: 12 Mar 1902
Marriage place: Hancock County, Illinois
Spouse's name: Enoch Franklin Plowman

Child No. 2: Elmer Homer Bryant
Birthdate: 5 Jul 1876
Birthplace: Marcelline, Adams County, Illinois
Death date: 31 May 1955
Place of death: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Marriage date: 26 Jun 1904
Marriage place: Hancock County, Illinois
Spouse's name: Ruby Gwendolyn Thompson

Documentation:

Census 1880 Linn County, Missouri

Census 1900 Hancock County, Illinois

Census 1910 Hancock County, Illinois

Census 1920 Hancock County, Illinois

Census 1930 Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

Obituary, newspaper unknown, for Wm. Thomas Bryant. Obituary, Quincy Whig, July 1924, for Amanda Howard Bryant Sliger. Obituary, Galesburg Register Mail, 11 Jan 1971, for Alice Cedelia Bryant Plowman. Obituary - newspaper unknown, Siegfried Scrapbook III, Hancock County Historical Society, Carthage, Illinois, for Frank Plowman.

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