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Williams county was named after David Williams, a Revolutionary War hero, one of the captors of Major Andre, a British Spy. Bryan City was incorporated in 1840, as the county seat of Williams County.
Located in the heart of the industrial Midwest, Bryan is just minutes from Michigan and Indiana. Its location, along with a strong school system, booming downtown shopping district, and extensive park system, combine to make life in Bryan very appealing.
Of great aesthetic appeal to visitors and residents alike is Williams County Courthouse, located on the square in downtown Bryan. Originally built in 1888, it underwent an extensive beautification project in 1978 and now combines ornate 19th century architecture with modern fixtures. Progress and tradition co-exist in the business district that surrounds the Courthouse Square. There is ample parking and a wide variety of merchants featuring local businesses and national chain stores.