RE: John Lewis Bryant's death John, I had the opportunity yesterday to visit Providence Baptist Church and to read the minutes of Providence Baptist Church October 1818 - June 1895. There is an entry in the document which reads, "6th Nov 1824 Received Sintha Bryant by letter." and again an entry which reads, "Oct 30, 1863 Sister Sintha Phillips requested a letter of dismission which was granted." So, I believe Sintha is Sintha Peacock Bryant Phillips; although, on her headstone Sintha is spelled Synthia.
If John Lewis Bryant was killed by Indians before arriving at their destination as is told in oral history, and I too believe that he was, then 1832 as his death year appears to be wrong. Could it be that his death year was 1823 or 1824? Food for thought, John. I just thought you would be interested in what the Church records show.
Joe K McInnis # 149766134 Thanks so much for connecting Joe K with the rest of his siblings. He was the last one, but now they are all properly attributed. And thank you for all your good work, Sally Seay Smith Pensacola
Thank you for posting the photos. I appreciate your efforts and very prompt reply to my requests. Also, thanks you very much for creating the memorial for Charles Eugene Bryant and posting the photo there as well. I have been looking for his burial place and there it was today.