James Bryson is Dead

James Bryson, a once prominent citizen of Portsmouth, died a few days ago at Brick Union, Kentucky, opposite Haverhill, aged 71 years.”

“Mr. Bryson many years ago erected a flour mill near where the Grand Opera House now stands and afterwards operated a distillery in Kentucky as a member of the firm Brown, Bryson & Company. Later we went West but returned some years ago to spend his declining years near his old home place. Dr. Bryson, of Fullerton, Kentucky, was distantly related to him.”1

  1. Jas. Bryson is dead. (1907, December 7). Portsmouth Times, p. 8.
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