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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Pompion Hill SC #genealogy

Pompion Hill Chapel

Pompion Hill ChapelJohn Bryan was married to the widow Lydia Simons on February 2, 1783 by the Rector of the Episcopal Church of St. James on Goose Creek in the house of Benjamin Simons at his plantation called "Middleburg" which was located on the Cooper River in St. Thomas Parish, Charleston. During the Revolutionary War Bryan served in the regiment of Colonel Wade Hampton of the South Carolina Line and was appointed Lieutenant and Paymaster. Bryan died in 1803 when he was fifty years of age and was interred in the Pompion (pronounced pumpkin) Hill Chapel. 

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