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Re: Bruner, Mo.
Posted by: William Bruner (ID *****2192) Date: May 13, 2012 at 19:43:04
In Reply to: Re: Bruner, Mo. by Mabel Phillips of 959

Thanks for your response, Ms. Phillips. I have traced the migration of Bruners from the William Penn colony in the 1700's, thru Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, to my present location in Missouri. I also find the name appearing during the middle to late 1800's in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, where Bruners served as deputy marshals (the family legend has a John Bruner serving as hangman at one time). Also, the name occurs several times in the Creek nation in Oklahoma. A man named William Bruner was listed as a member of the Creek nation. Should further information become available to you in the future, I would appreciate your notice.


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