Bryant genealogy at The Lost Colony Research Group

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ftdna 102670

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Genealogy Report

MTDNA CHART

 

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1.  Your kit number ___102670_

 

2.  Your name __LIVING MALE___

 

3.  Why did you join the Lost Colony project?

 

To find out where my people came from.

 

4.  How is your mitochondrial DNA line connected to the colonists, the surnames, Native people or the location?

 

All my Indian family is from Robeson County, NC.

 

The 3 sections of the website are divided into genealogy, research and history.

 

Genealogy – typically this would be the specific genealogy of the line listed here on the site….so the mtdna for you. 

 

I am including a mini-genealogy form below for you to complete which should help you to document your maternal ancestry.  Alternatively, you can upload a gedcom to either your personal results page at Family Tree DNA or mitosearch and let us know that you have done so.

 

5.  Please provide a brief writeup (2 paragraphs to one page in length) on your line! 

 

Don’t know much about my mother’s family.  I heard they came from Sampson County.  They were Jacobs and her grandfather was William Jacobs who gave the land for the first Croatan Indian Normal School.  My mother Lillie Jacobs was one of the first students to attend the school.

 

 

6.  Mini-Genealogy From Participant to Oldest Ancestor (completeform below)

 

Completing the form below, enter the current generation’s name in line 1 and add each generation on subsequent lines through your oldest ancestor.  You don’t need to provide personal info for living individuals, just a placeholder name. 

 

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Ancestor’s Birth Name

Birth Date

Death Date

Birth Location

Death Location

Other Residence

Spouses Name with Birth-Death Info

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LIVING            

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Lillie Jane Jacobs

12/25/1890

11/22/1972

Robeson NC

Robeson  NC

 

William Doyle Bryant

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Catherine Jacobs

1854

 

Robeson  NC

Robeson  NC

Richmond Co.

James Oxendine 1859-1947 she did marry him

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Mary Woods

1825

 

Robeson

Robeson

Richmond Co and Sampson

William Jacobs-1820

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7.  Do you have a family website that includes this line?  If so, please provide the link.

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Research – this would include such items as papers you’ve written about the family, deeds you’ve extracted, or other things relevant to your particular line.

 

8.  Do you have research items to contribute?  If so, paste here or send separately.

 

Just some census reports and family papers on the deed for the school.

 

History – this would include any general history of the area or a tribe or something not included above.

 

9.  Do you have history to share?  If so, paste here or send separately.

 

William Jacobs gave the land for the first Croatan Indian Normal School in Robeson County, NC.  Lillie Jacobs had a niece Ruby Jacobs that was one of the Indians in the area to be tested for Indianess through the Federal Government.

 

10.  Are you willing to have your e-mail address and first name listed as a contact for your kit?  If so, what is the e-mail you want listed?

PhyllisLowry@yahoo.com 

 

11.  Are you willing to be a coordinator or resource for any of the Lost Colony surnames?  If so, which ones?

 

yes

 

Thank you very much,

 

Roberta Estes

Lost Colony Project Volunteer Administrator

 

 

YDNA Chart

 

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Participant

father

William Doyle Bryand b 1883 d 1940 born in Robeson Co., NC married Lillie Jacobs

William Chesley Bryant 1860-1919 born in Robeson Co., NC married Ellen Locklear

Jacob Bryant 1828-1871 born in NC married Martha Lockleir

Needham Bryant 1804-1880 born in SC died in Ga lived in NC married Jane Martin

These people are all Indians of Robeson County and surrounding areas.  Jacob and his wife Martha Locklier are some of the earlier Indians located on Long Swamp in the Prospect Community.  This is the oldest area of Indians in Robeson County.  His grave is the only Native American Civil War grave located in NC.  A special ceremony was held for him. 

Phyllis Lowery is doing the research for this line.  phyllislowry@yahoo.com 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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