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A 1906 Published Biography of the John Christian Brining Family
Christian Brining Family - Generation #1 & #2
Christian Brining Family - Generation #3
Christian Brining Family - Generation #4
Christian Brining Family - Generation #5
Brining Cabinet Shop opened in a log building like this in Boonsboro, MD
Ancient Boonsboro, MD church
Wurttemburg Coat of Arms
John Christian Brining family home in Boonsboro, MD
Relationship Chart

Display of Original Brining Workshop

Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany
Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany
Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany

The notes and photos on this page are some that I've been using to research our Brining family, focusing on the direct descendants of Christian Brining (1782-1829) who emigrated from the ancient Kingdom of Wurttemburg which was a German state that existed from 1806 until 1918. The Kingdom of Wurttemburg's territory now forms part of the German state of Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany. The furniture shop closed in 2011 but Doug Bast still maintains the amazing Boonsborough Museum of History on the corner of Main and Brining in Boonsboro. If memory serves me well, the Boonsborough Museum of History is in a house that was once a Brining family home. The museum is usually open Sunday afternoons and you can call with questions or to arrange special tours. The address and phone number are: Boonsborough Museum of History,113 N Main St., Boonsboro, MD 21713 - 301-432-6969

Part of Lichtenstein Castle, Wurttemburg, Germany
Ulm Minster Church, Wurttemburg, Germany
Lihtenstein Castle, Wurttemburg, Germany
Close up of Ulm Minster Church, Wurttemburg, Germany

A tale begun in other days, when summer suns were glowing ~
A simple chime that served to time the rhythm of our rowing ~

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