Bryan, Guy (1781 -1870)

Guy Bryan was admitted as a pensioner at Peterhouse on 13 June 1799, receiving his B.A. in 1803, and M.A. in 1807. On 23 September 1810 he was ordained priest and became the incumbent at Milton, Cambridgeshire, before becoming rector successively of South Normanton, Derbyshire, and Woodham-Walter, Essex. He married Selina, daughter of John Eardley Wilmot, Esq., of Bruce Castle, Tottenham, on 5 March 1818, with whom he had two sons. Between 1819 and 1870 he was an F.S.A.

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Bryan, Guy (1781 - 1870) (Stamp 1) Title: Bryan, Guy (1781 - 1870) (Stamp 1)
Crest: On a chapeau a buglehorn unstrung
Dimensions (height x width): 12mm x 13mm
Heraldic Charges: buglehorn