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Re: Briner's in Pennsylvania
Posted by: Mardi L. Mason (ID *****9885) Date: April 24, 2002 at 14:34:08
In Reply to: Re: Briner's in Pennsylvania by penny auffert of 108

I, too, am looking for information concerning a Briner family from Mifflin County, PA.

I have the following information:

Jacob Briner, born about 1779, died sometime after 1850.
Jacob was located in the 1850 census in Mifflin County, Wayne Township.

Jacob was the father of William D. Briner (1/23/1828-7/23/1890), who married Nancy (about 9/5/1830 - 3/11/1867). Both William and Nancy are buried at Hill Church Cemetery, near New Buffalo, Perry County, Pennsylania

William and Nancy were the parents of:
Harriet ("Hattie")- 3/4/1856- abt. 1911. Hattie married Henry ("Harry") Clay Hollingsworth in Trappe, Talbot County, Maryland. I am descended through this line.

Other known children were:
Mary Ann
John Ross
John Jacob
Juniata
Charles B.
Margaret M.
Joseph

Other possible children were:
Lulu
Annie
Fannie
Ellie
Willie
Doll

Any information concerning this family would be greatly appreciated!


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