Who can add the line down from this profile to John Wesley Bryant b 1861?

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They are my great grandfather and mother.  The Bryant line goes back to Scituate, MA to the pioneer John Bryant.  He is my 16th great grandfather.

John Wesley Bryant b. Feb 1861 Bristol, ME d. Jun 2, 1890 drowned in the Damariscotta River, Bristol, ME while his father Jonathon watched from shore.

son of

Jonathon Bryant and Susan (Upham) Bryant

Married Abigail Prudence Elliott Jan 1, 1882.Bristol, ME  She was b. Sep 30, 1863 d. Beverly, MA 1950's

Daughter of Thomas Benton Elliott and Abigail Fitch( Brown) Elliott

They had 4 children:

Calvin, Weston, Annie, and Isabel Elliott
WikiTree profile: John Bryant
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recategorized by Jillaine Smith
This Question was previously linked to an orphan profile for John Bryant (Bryant-2025), which has now had another John Bryant (Bryant-3235) merged to replace this earlier empty profile.  This does not seem to have any relevance to the current profile, but I don't see any way to remove this Question linkage to this orginal profile.  It might be confusing so please ignore it.
We need to find the profile that this question DOES refer to now and then a "Leader" can edit the question and put the appropriate link into the box.
Did some initial searching, without success. It appears that the profile linked to is the immigrant ancestor referred to in the initial post.   

What's missing is the line of descent down to this John Bryant born in the 1860s.

With these added notations, let's leave the link in place and hope that someone will come along and fill in the blanks between John the immigrant and John of the 1860s.
(And I edited the wording of the question so it's more relevant to what we really want to see happen.)

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Hi Anonymous!

Have you thought about becoming a member of WikiTree (it's free) and creating profiles for these family members?

WikiTree profiles are usually one of the very first results to show up in searches like Google so they are a great way to make connections with other people researching the same person/line.

If you're interested in joining you could start here.

Just a suggestion! :)

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