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Christina Brillinger

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  • Name Christina Brillinger 
    Born Abt 1860  Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Female 
    Person ID I11693  All
    Last Modified 10 Dec 2006 

    Father Jonathen Brillinger,   b. Abt 1833, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Mary Ann Horner,   b. Abt 1832, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F3147  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Notes 
    • Found on Dec 14, 2005 at

      Benjamin Climenhaga was born in Bertie township. He was the son of Deacon David Climenhaga. Some time after the death of his first wife he married Christina Brillinger, daughter of Jonathan Brillinger of Markham. Later when his family was raised he moved to Markham and bought the Brillinger farm. He was a big, strong man, a good farmer and a faithful worker. He was chosen a deacon of Markham district in 1917. Later he sold his farm and retired in Gormley where his wife died. He then moved to Bertie and spent the last days with his son Emmerson.

      Names of our church fathers when our church was built in Markham district: Peter Cober, Samuel Snider, Jacob Heise, Christian Baker, Samuel Baker, Peter Baker, Jonathan Baker, Jr., George Cober, Emanuel Horner, Godfrey Hilts, Elder John Byer, David Byer, John Byer, Jr., David Lehman, John Cober, Christian Heise on the hill, Christopher Heise, Daniel Steckley, Sr., Samuel Steckley, deaf John Baker, Peter Doner, George Sheffer, Thomas Farmer, Daniel Horner, Fred Elliott, George Klink, John W. Heise, John Bestard, John Hoover, Abraham Winger, Jacob Eyer, John Doner, Samuel Dix, Henry R. Heise, Peter Steckley, Daniel Byer, George Brillinger, Christian. Brillinger, Reuben Heise, Joseph Steckley, Daniel Steckley, Jr. later went to Kansas, John Eyer, Abraham Heise, Anthony Heise went to Kansas, Alfred Brillinger, Albert Williams, Thomas Farmer, Daniel Hilts, William Walder and nearly all their wives. They owned nearly 3,500 acres of land in the whole district.

  • Sources 
    1. [S069798] 1881 census.

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