Got Bright Ancestors? Join the New Bright Surname Project

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I started a New Bright Surname Project if you have any Bright ancestors please tell us about them and what you working on. 

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:Bright_Name_Study

in The Tree House by Billie Keaffaber G2G6 Mach 2 (28.3k points)
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I've got quite a few!  the earliest one being Lewis Bright (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Bright-2513) who came to North America to fight in the revolutionary war and settled in York in the early 1800s.  Also all of his descendants.
by Danielle Leger-Ryan G2G1 (1.2k points)
Danielle,

Please feel free to hit link on post and check out the new Bright Surname Study. Just ask to be on trusted list and join us.

Billie
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Hi and my Great-Grandmother was Charlotte Jane Bright who was born around 1845 in Banbridge, County Down, married Samuel Preston and died in 1918 also in Banbridge, County Down, Ireland.
by Living Duncan G2G Crew (620 points)
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Hi,

Yes I too have Brecht/Bright ancestors dating back to the 1400 in Germany. The Bright surname goes back to the mid 1700's in Augusta, Berks Columbia, Lebanon and Montour counties.
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Not directly related, but I do manage some Bright profiles that are ancestors to a first cousin once removed. I've been researching for her and her children. I'll check your name study. :)
by Melissa Goodnight G2G3 (3.4k points)
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My 6 x great grandmother is Sarah (Bright) Pettit (1735-1801) from Essex, England. 

by A O'Brien G2G6 Mach 1 (13.9k points)

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