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Family Sheet

Name: Ulrich Bruner Sr. Note Born: 13 Oct 1794 at Switzerland, , , Married: at Tuscarawas County, , Ohio, Near Canal Dover Died: 1861 at Hamilton, , Dekalb County, Indiana
Name: Magdelena Dillen Born: [6] Died:
Name: Henry Washington Bruner Born: Died: Wife: Ida Estelle Rensch
Name: Ulrich Bruner Jr. Born: 1827 Died: Wife: Mary Magdalene Durler
Name: Jacob Bruner Born: 30 Jul 1838 at Tuscarawas County, , , Ohio Moved To Indiana At 14 Died: 27 Jun 1919 at Sick Last 12 Years, , , Wife: Mary Elizabeth Reese
Name: Caroline Bruner Born: Abt 1845 at Tuscarawas County, , , Ohio Died: Husband: Isaac Searfoss
Name: Sarah Bruner Born: Abt 1850 at Tuscarawas County, , , Ohio Died: Husband: Theodore F. Robinett
6). Marie B. Bruner June 1998
1). bobspu.ged Descendants of a Swiss Emigrant ULRICH BRUNNER BK 384 1794 1861 Information on earlier generations traced by J. LeRoy Robinett, genial druggist of Metz, Ind. Published 1945 MUNN S BOOK STORE, Angola, Ind. Ulrich Brunner was born in Switzerland, October 13, 1794. His first marriage occurred in Switzerland where he and his family resided until the 1830 decade. With his wife and four small children he then started for America, the land of opportunit UlrichBrunner resided a brief time in Pennsylvania. Soon he moved westward to Tuscarawas County, Ohio, and resided near Canal Dover. He married a second time Mary Magdalene Durler, also a Swiss emigrant. About 1855 Ulrich Brunner and family removed to TroyTownship, DeKalb County, Indiana, where his last years were spent on a farm near the present East Zion U.B. Church. In the East Zion community Ulrich Brunner s children grew to manhood and womanhood, married, established homes and became in turn parents,grandparents, and great grandparents of a fine, large group of good AMERICAN citizens who now reside in many The burial place of Ulrich Brunner, his wife Mary Magdalene Brunner, and several of their children and later descendants is the Eddy Cemetery located on the Old Bellefontaine Road, southeast of Hamilton, Ind. Source Jerry Wayne Robinett database Mar 1997 Adopted Eddy Cemetery, Old Bellefontaine Rd


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