Harold Aquilla Bryner (1904 – 1984) – Harold A. Bryner, the son of Ezra W. and Grace (Stover) Bryner, was born on September 18, 1904 in Clarion County, Pennsylvania. He was working building a bridge in Vanport, Pennsylvania when he met his future wife, Eva Flesher. He was boarding in a home next to the Flesher farm in Brighton Township. He married Eva Engle Flesher, the daughter of William and Velva (Cooley) Flesher, on September 14, 1927 in Rochester, Pennsylvania. Harold and Eva had six children. Harold worked at Dando Brickyard until World War II started. During the war he worked at Curtis-Wright factory in Beaver making airplane propellers and at Spangs making shell casings for the military. After the war he worked at St. Joseph Mineral Corporation until he retired. Harold Bryner died on September 30, 1984.
Harold & Eva (Flesher) Bryner about 1927
Harold & Eva Bryner 1972
Note: Harold's children are not listed here because we do not include information on living persons on this site.
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