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Friday, March 17, 2017

Links to Miscellaneous Brouwer Documents

2017 is the year I clean up my Brouwer (Brower and Brewer) Genealogy files. I'm working through hundreds of files, identifying ones that may be of help to future researchers and making them available online. Some are already there, but others have been overlooked until now.

Below are links to various documents that have been collected over the years while researching Brouwer families. They are various files, records, letters that I have only recently made available online. The documents have been placed online as PDFs on RootsWeb's Free Pages. They will remain online so long as RootsWeb, owned by Ancestry.com, maintains the sites.

Indenture between John (Jan) Brower of Flatlands and Peter Brower, 22 April 1700. This is a transcript of the indenture obtained by William B. Bogardus from the file of William A. D. Eardeley at the Queens Borough Public Library, Jamaica, New York.

A Status Report on Research Into the Origins of Johannes Brouwer of Flatlands, New Amsterdam, by Richard D. Brewer (March 24, 2010).

A Narrative of Jan Brouwer, Richard D. Brewer, 2012, Introductory letter to Our Brewer Family Roots, Volume I: The First Four Generations, 1632-1812.

On the Lost Records of the West India Company, Richard D. Brewer (August 12, 2012).

BREWER in the Index to Will and Estate Records, Greene County, Pennsylvania.

BREWER and ROSE extracts from Early Landowners of Pennsylvania: Twp. Warrantee Maps of Fayette County, by Sharon MacInnes (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 2005). Compiled by Marg Bond

New Jersey Estate Records - Brewer. Compiled by Charles Wells

Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files - Brewer

Index page including BREWERs in New York in the Revolution as Colony and State

Index page including BROWERs in New York in the Revolution as Colony and State

Index pages including ROOS, ROOSA, ROOSE, ROSA, ROSE and ROSS in New York in the Revolution as Colony and State

New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, Vol. 1 (Internet Archive)
New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, Vol. 2 (Internet Archive) 

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