James William Bryan

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James William Bryan
A man in his thirties, facing right, with black hair, sideburns, and a mustache. He is wearing a white shirt, black tie, and a black jacket
24th Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky
In office
August 30, 1887 – September 2, 1891
Governor Simon Bolivar Buckner
Preceded by James R. Hindman
Succeeded by Mitchell Cary Alford
Personal details
Born June 9, 1853
Bourbon County, Kentucky
Died 1903 (aged 49–50)
Political party Democratic
Signature J. W. Bryan

James William Bryan (June 9, 1853–1903) was the 24th Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky.

He was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1853. In 1887, he ran for, and was elected Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, serving a full four year term under Governor Simon B. Buckner.

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Political offices
Preceded by
James Robert Hindman
Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky
1883-1887
Succeeded by
Mitchell Cary Alford