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Name:  Juanita Guenther     Send E-Mail
City:  Gibsons
State:  British Columbia
Country:  Canada

My great Grandfather Sam Brewer came up to Canada from the States in the early 1880's. He settled in the Windermere Valley of south eastern B.C. Is there any one out there who may be related?

Posted: Sunday May 12, 2002 03:12 PM    

Name:  Gary Brewer   
City:  Mesa
State:  Arizona
Country:  USA

Hello everyone

Posted: Wednesday April 10, 2002 03:51 PM    
Name:  Brandy Brewer loudermilk     Send E-Mail
City:  ethridge
State:  Tennessee
Country:  usa

i am trying to trace the brewer family my dad is Grady brewer and my grandfather was olen brewer his mother and father was solon brewer and tinnie staggs brewer and thats as far as i get i hope someone can help me

Posted: Monday March 11, 2002 08:13 PM    
Name:  colleen brewer     Send E-Mail
City:  Taree
State:  New South Wales
Country:  Australia

My husbands Brewer family came from St.Columb Minor Cornwall England. Would like to hear from any one connected to the family as I know some went to America.

Posted: Saturday March 09, 2002 10:58 PM    
Name:  Cindi (Hanson) Grant     Send E-Mail
City:  Newport
State:  Washington
Country:  USA

Great job. This is a great site.. I am a decendant from the (RENSBERGER) RIEMENSPERGER line.

Posted: Tuesday February 19, 2002 12:07 AM    
Name:  Steven P. Linville     Send E-Mail
City:  SeaTac
State:  Washington
Country:  King

I'm a great great grandson of Pinkney Filmore Linville. I would like to contact others related to me to get more info on my family. My great great grandmother wa Harriett Elizabeth (Brewer) Bennett.

Any info is welcome.

Posted: Monday February 18, 2002 08:46 PM    
Name:  Linda Brewer   
City:  Salt Lake City
State:  Utah
Country:  USA

My husbands family has records going back to John T. Brewer and Louisa Hereford. They were born in Somersetshire, England and brought most of their family to New York in 1856. They lived in New York for 13 years before coming to Utah and St. Charles, Idaho. I have the census records. Louisa died in New York and John T. married a woman by the name of Barbra. Some of the family must have remained in New York.

Louisa's parents also came to New York...James and Lydia Hereford.

Any information on connecting them to England, would be appreciated.

Posted: Friday February 08, 2002 02:59 PM    
Name:  Brian Brewer     Send E-Mail
State:  Victoria
Country:  Australia

Can anyone out there help me trace the Brewer family that settled the Bentleigh area? They were market gardeners in the area and Brewer Rd is named after them. I have traced the family back to John Brewer and (wife) Margaret Gorden (both born about 1860) but then the trail goes cold. Johns parents were John and Ann (Hancock) who married <1846 and had their first two kids in Leith, Scotland, before migrating to Australia

Posted: Wednesday February 06, 2002 02:58 AM    
Name:  Earl A. Brewer III     Send E-Mail
City:  Fairfax
State:  Virginia
Country:  USA

We have son, Earl A. Brewer IV. We hope he keeps the family name going!

Posted: Wednesday January 09, 2002 04:51 AM    
Name:  James H. Brewer     Send E-Mail
City:  Bozeman
State:  MT
Country:  USA

Early on Brewer family left Maryland (about 1775) and settled south of St. Louis. Would like to learn more of our history.

Posted: Monday January 07, 2002 08:15 PM    
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