From NKAA, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (main entry)

Bryant, Charles W. "C.W."

(born: 1830) 

Charles W. Bryant was born in Kentucky and settled in Texas after the Civil War. He had been a slave and was an agent for the Freemen's Bureau in Texas. He was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention, 1868-1869, representing Harrison County, Texas. He was also a minister. For more see Forever Free: The Biographies, a website by the Texas State Library & Archives Commission; and "Bryant, Charles W," by P. M. Lucko in The Handbook of Texas.

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“Bryant, Charles W. "C.W.",” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed May 13, 2021,

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