John V. Bryant Cemetery

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John V. Bryant Cemetery

Carroll County

Sulphur Springs District

Location: Iron Ridge Community

Directions: On a hilltop beside a private farm road .2 mile from Rt. 793 (Gambetta Road). The private road exits Gambetta Road, beside a pond, 1.3 miles from Rt. 607 (Iron Ridge Road). The cemetery is not visible from the road.

GPS Coordinates: N 36.72880 W 080.92935

Surveyed by: Buford C. Wilson; 19 Sep 2013; buford-wilson@outlook.com

Comments: The cemetery is well fenced and in good condition. Information in [brackets] is not on the stone.

John V. Bryant Cemetery, Carroll County
Name Birth Death Comments
BRYANT, John V. 10 Sep 1872 14 Feb 1893 s/o Henderson Bryant & Sarah L. Hardy
BRYANT, Sarah L. 26 Nov 1848 15 Mar 1924 d/o John Hardy & Martha Ann Allen; w/o Henderson Bryant
BRYANT, Henderson [1849] After the 1920 census s/o John Bryant & Mary Farmer; The name has eroded from this stone. Family tradition is that this is the grave of Henderson Bryant.