At Bryant’s [sic] Corners, on the east bank of the Hudson, is the school house of district No. 5 and a manufactory of agricultural implements carried on by W. W. Bryan.
Weise, Arthur J. History of the Seventeen Towns of Rensselaer County: From the Colonization of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck to the Present Time. Troy, N.Y: Francis & Tucker, 1880. 68.

[The Franklin Evangelical Lutheran Church] was organized at Bryans’ Corners, on the east bank of the Hudson river, on the 6th of March, 1852. At this meeting the Rev. Rufus Smith was chosen pastor and Matthias Snyder, 2d, Silas Miller and William T. Blewer elected deacons. The church was incorporated August 6, 1852, Hiram C. Bryan, Matthias Snyder and George W. Blewer being trustees.
Weise, Arthur J. History of the Seventeen Towns of Rensselaer County: From the Colonization of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck to the Present Time. Troy, N.Y: Francis & Tucker, 1880. 67.

Wooden and iron fanning mill, unpainted. Probably missing pieces and not in operable condition. Family history in Bryan family, per Chris Morley. Marked Bryan’s Fan Mills, W.W. Bryan, Schaghticoke, NY.
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