Yes, it sounds factual, and being that it is only a generation or two removed from their progenitor, it has additional credence.
Considering the documentation that I have in hand, though, I must postulate that there must be two different Bright families ending up in Lincoln County, Tennessee.
I have the pension record of Revolutionary War veteran James Bright in hand (well, at home in my files, not with me at theis very moment), which clearly stated that his wife was Sarah (she was a Busick).It also includes the page out of the family bible with births: Elijah, Ansel, Pritchett, Elizabeth, Margaret, and includes a child of Elizabeth's as a Braden, and a child of Margaret's as a Brashears. It also has mention of their oldest brother, James, who has moved to Lincoln County, and is married to Nancy Morgan.I'm going to stand by the pension record as "gospel".
Now, the trick is to fit all of the other pieces and parts in and around the pension record.The easiest answer is that there are several James here, not just 2: James, the Revolutionary War veteran; his son James, who married Nancy Morgan; and a James from Botetourt who married Margaret Dinges.
I really believe that James and Margaret were real, and they're somehow tied into this, but there's a mis-match in here somewhere.James who married Nancy Morgan isn't the son of Margaret, but of Sarah.
Oh what a tangled web has been woven for us to unravel!