Johann George Breiner

Johann George Breiner (1712 – about 1790) – Immigrant.  Later generations changed the spelling of the name to “Bryner”.  He came to the Colony of Pennsylvania from Germany on the ship “Adventure” arriving September 24, 1732 at the Port of Philadelphia[1].  The ship’s captain recorded his name ‘Georg Briner’.   Ship records do not seem to indicate that he came with any other family members.  Married to Elizabeth, they had nine children.  He died in Lynn Twp., Northampton County, PA.


[1] Ship Passenger List, “Adventure” 1732

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Mother*   

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Birth*              cir __ ___ 1712

Immigration*      24 Sep 1732              on ship "Adventurer", Philadelphia, PA; Arrived at the Port of Philadelphia on September 24, 1732.

Son:              cir __ ___ 1740             Johann Georg Breiner, Jr (b. circa 1740, d. circa 1815)

Marriage*     cir __ ___ 1740                (--?--) Elisabeth (b. circa 1715, d. after 1800)

Son:            cir __ ___ 1743                Henrich Breiner (b. circa 1743,          )

Son:            cir __ ___ 1745                Abraham Breiner (b. circa 1745, d. circa 1820)

Son:            cir __ ___ 1747                Philip Breiner (b. circa 1747, d. 1812); Prob. Lynn Twp., Northampton Co., PA.

Son:            cir __ ___ 1750                Johannas Bryner (b. circa 1750, d. 1836); he married Magdalena Holbe

Son:                 __ ___ 1758                Frederick Breiner (b. 1758, d. 1796); Lynn Twp., Northampton Co., PA.; he married Eva Maria Ruprecht

Daughter:         19 Sep 1761                Maria Barbara Breiner (b. 19 Sep 1761,          ); Lynn Twp., Northampton Co., PA.

Daughter:     cir __ ___ 1765                Magdalena Breiner (b. circa 1765,          ); Lynn Twp., Northampton Co., PA.

Death*        bef __ ___ 1790                Lynn Twp., Northampton Co., PA.

Son:                     Christian Breiner

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