Welcome to my pages of Brebner/Bremner data. If this is your first visit, reading this page will help you make the most of your time on the site.
If you are looking for birth, marriage or death information for a specific individual, then the
database search page is the place to start. These databases are updated on the last weekend of each month,
and are the most comprehensive sources for specific individuals.
If you know the area that your ancestors came from, or already have an idea of their names, then a visit to the
selected genealogies page might find your family group.
Compiled genealogies are being added regularly to this page, and now number over 450 families.
For information of Brebner/Bremner individuals in the 20th century, the
City Directories search page is a good place to look for those recent relatives. These are predominantly Canadian, with some US and
British directories, and are a work in progress. Listings for some
Canadian cities are now available to the year 2000.
For more general information, I suggest the biographies,
and origins sections.
If you're looking for a specific location, such as a farm or street name, then the
addresses and locations search may be able to help you.
The several hundred text documents detailing the Brebner/Bremner doings
throughout the centuries can best be searched using the keyword site search facility.
The site is very much an ongoing project, and some areas may not have much (or any!)
information at present. Visit again and I'm sure you'll find something of interest. If you have material, photographs, old journals, newspaper articles
and so-on that might be of interest, I'd be happy to add them to this collection.
If you have any questions or comments, I'd be delighted to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If I can be of any help in finding your elusive Brebner/Bremner/Brymer ancestors, please drop me a line.
John A. Brebner