|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Bryan, Joseph, 1773-1812.|
|Title:||Joseph Bryan property records|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Joseph Bryan (1773-1812) was the son of Jonathan Bryan (1708-1788). Joseph inherited his father's property on Wilmington and Whitemarsh Islands near Savannah, Georgia. Joseph studied law in the office of U.S. Attorney General Edmund Randolph and represented Georgia in Congress from 1803 until 1806.
This collection consists of a settlement award granted to Ebenezer Jackson and paid by Joseph Bryan for a dispute over 100 acres on Whitemarsh Island, Georgia. The document is dated April 8, 1801. The second item is a typed certified copy from the Chatham County, Georgia Superior Court Office (1901) of a relinquishment of any claims against the estate of Joseph Bryan. The relinquishment was made by David and Ann Middleton to Joseph Bryan, Hannah Houston, and Mary Wylly on November 11, 1808.
[Item identification], Joseph Bryan property records, MS 99, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Acquired from M.B. Archibald, 1956.
Collection is open for research.
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|Award of referees in dispute between Ebenezer Jackson and Joseph Bryan over 100 acres on Whitemarsh Island, 1801 April 8|
|Bryan to pay Jackson $472.50.|
|Relinquishment of any claims against estate of James Bryan, 1901 October 21|
|Relinquishment made by David and Ann Middleton to Joseph Bryan, Hannah Houston, and Mary Wylly for $3,000. Typed copy, certified by James K.P. Carr, Chatham County, Georgia.|