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Re: Book on Brawner Fam.-Pioneers: 6 Gen.
Posted by: Pat Brawner Date: June 04, 2001 at 09:17:07
In Reply to: Book on Brawner Fam.-Pioneers: 6 Gen. by A.J. Carpenter Sr of 533

I would be interested in knowing the area of the country these Brawners settled in--do you know (before I try to run down that book). The line my husband is a part of immigrated to Maryland in the early 1700's--then across Ky and in the early 1900's settled in Illinois. William and Henry are both names which occur in the early years--John and Charles are predominant in later years. Can you help me?
Many thanks. Pat Brawner


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