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BREININGER - BRÄUNINGER - BRAEUNINGER - BREUNINGER Families

Germany to Pennsylvania and Ohio

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My fourth great-grandparents were Elisabeth BREININGER probably Cumru Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania to 1823 Fairfield County, Ohio and Johann Peter BRACH 1757 Oley Hills, Windsor Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania to after 1830 Fairfield County, Ohio.


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5th great-grandparents were Johann Göttlieb BREININGER 1705 Gerlingen, Württemberg, Germany to 1768 Cumru Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania and Maria Elisabetha Unknown 1707 Württemberg, Germany to 1794 Berks County, Pennsylvania.

They appear to have arrived on the ship "Two Sisters" September 9, 1738 as 32 year old Johann Gottlieb BREUNINGER with 35 year old brother Johann Martin BREUNINGER.

Their son Frantz Breininger was a Revolutionary War Veteran whose name in on the Zion Red Church Cemetery DAR Memorial list of names. His children's birth/baptism records are found with his sister Elisabeth's brother-in-law, brother of Johann Peter BRACH, Johann George BRACH's children's records.

There is a Johannes 1787- 1867 and Elizabeth BREININGER 1789-1865 with many other BREININGER's buried in the Dunkel's New Jerusaleum Church Cemetery in Greenwich Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.

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