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Family History Book
Posted by: Jerry Brinegar (ID *****1931) Date: April 16, 2004 at 14:21:51
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I have finished my book:
"Long Ago and Far Away - One Brinegar Family History." It is 262 pages broken down as follows:

Pages 1-34 is the history of the Brinegars that connect back to Veith Bruninger who came over on the Britannia in 1731. This lineage is written via the line of his son Hans Adam, then Jacob, then Thomas William Brinegar, Thomas David Brinegar, Andrew Jackson Brinegar and my great grandfather William Andrew Jackson Brinegar. I have woven bits of American history into the timelines of our ancestors.

Pages 35 to 74 is the history of my direct family from William Andrew Jackson Brinegar's son, my grandfather Binus Brinegar, my father William Albinus Brinegar, myself of course, and my son Kyffon Joseph Lee Brinegar.

Pages 75 to 96 is on Brinegar women and women who married Brinegars

Pages 97 to 111 is on Brinegar men and men who married Brinegars.

Pages 112 to 121 is on Brinegar music

Pages 122 to 131 is on old homeplaces and a two page ending chapter.

The rest of the book is genealogical charts, reports, as follows:

Pages 132 to 236 is the genealogical report of Hans Jacob Bruninger (father of Veith Bruninger) and it includes many of the branches of Veith Bruninger's descendants. It is quite extensive and is where much family information will be.

Page 237 is a standard pedigree chart for Veith Bruninger.

Pages 238 to 242 is my family's standard pedigree chart

Pages 243 to 248 is a list of resources and sources that I have quoted, shared research
with, including sites of information on the web, and personal contact such as face to
face interviews, phone calls, emails and other correspondence.

Page 249 is information about the author (actually been moved to the front of the

Pages 250 to 262 is the index where alphabetically you can look up a surname related
to and including brinegars in the genealogical report section of this book.

For more information please feel free to email me at

Jerry Brinegar, Ph.D.

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