Andrew Bryan (Baptist)
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Not to be confused with Andrew Jackson Bryant.
Andrew Bryan (1737–1812) founded the First African Baptist Church of Savannah in Savannah, Georgia, the first black Baptist church to be established in America. Bryan was the former slave of Hugh Bryan.
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