is a county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of 2000, the population was 23,417. The 2007 Census Estimate shows a population of 30,132 . The county seat is Pembroke.
Bryan County was created on 19 December, 1793, named after Jonathan Bryan (1708-1788), an American Revolutionary War partisan.
South Bryan County is home to the earthen Civil War installation Ft. McAllister (now Fort McAllister Historic Park) which Gen. William Sherman captured on his March to the Sea.
The first county seat was in Hardwick. In 1860 the seat was moved to Eden, Georgia. By 1901 it was in Clyde, Georgia, which may have been the same location formerly known as Eden. Clyde served as the seat to 1935; in 1937 Pembroke took on that role. The move from Clyde to Pembroke was necessitated by the establishment of Camp Stewart (now Fort Stewart) on the site of Clyde. The only remaining sign of Clyde is a cemetery on the military reservation.