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Brendli, of Switzerland, Germany, or Netherlands?
Posted by: Dale Bricker Date: November 22, 2001 at 11:53:45
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Anyone here descended from the Brendli line of Erlenbach, Bern Canton, Switzerland? I don't mean the ubiquitous (on the Web) Anna Brendli, who married into the Kaufmanns in the 1640s, but members of the Brendli family who might have been Mennonites and migrated during the course of a generation or two (or three) from Switzerland in the 17th or 18th century, possibly down the Rhine River through the provinces of the Palatinate or Baden in what is now Germany to the Netherlands by about 1735? I am looking in particular for an Elizabeth Brendli, probably born around 1714 in Groningen province in the Netherlands and a Mennonite, but I'd be happy to hear about other Brendlis as well who might have been related (except for Anna, who is a dead-end for me).

Thanks a lot!


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