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201 Moved from USA to Saskatchewan, Canada in 1910 Briese, Gustav Reinholt (I1773)
 
202 Moved to Berlin from Schneidermuehl, Posen, sometime before 1866 Briese, Johann Julius (I2341)
 
203 Name spelt either Briese or Briehse in different records Briese, Johann Gottlieb (I1922)
 
204 No husband named, but appears to have lived with Albert Brinck whom she later married - children have been given the surname Briese Family F933
 
205 Place of birth assumed from other records Briese, Michael (I3537)
 
206 Possible male descendants living in Ripon Wisconsin Family F1239
 
207 Possibly 3 other children
Michael, Martha and Alma 
Family F1239
 
208 Possibly the Johann Gotthilf Briese, a widower from Meseritz, who in 1837 was listed as planning to emigrate to Australia at the age of 68 (Nineteenth-Century Emigration of "Old Lutherans" from Eastern Germany ...
By Clifford Neal Smith, 1980). He did not appear on any subsequent shipping or immigration lists, so is presumed not to have sailed. 
Briese, Johann Gotthilf (P846)
 
209 previous married name was Minck Schramm, Klara Louise Martha (I3193)
 
210 Probably married in Tempelburg, Neustettin, Pommern whcihc was the home town of his wife. Briese, Johann (I523)
 
211 Prussian army records for Cuestrin indicate he was married in 1821, but do not give the name of his wife Family F1425
 
212 Recorded in the 1599 muster of Neumark cities Briese, Mertten (I543)
 
213 Recorded in the 1623 muster of Neumark cities.

An unnamed Briese was also recorded for Landsberg in the 1599 muster. 
Briese, Hans (I545)
 
214 served as canonier in army Briese, Christoph (I610)
 
215 served as fusilier in miltary Briese, Michael (I3442)
 
216 Served in army as canonier Briese, Peter (I3463)
 
217 Served in the Prussian Army Briese, Carl Martin (I1358)
 
218 Serving in the military as a Garde du Corps Family F1088
 
219 stayed in Westpreussen when family emigrated in 1882 Briese, Wilhelm Julius (I104)
 
220 Subsequent marriage records suggest the father was Friedrich Heiden Unknown (I5154)
 
221 Surname also given as Bergmann in some records. The signature of Johann Briese is identical in records with either name, proving that Bergmann / Berger is the same person. Berger, Anna Dorothea (I524)
 
222 Surname is recorded as Bluemke in the Lueben Church Records, but Blimke in various family trees Bluemke, Johanne Louise (I648)
 
223 The family lived for some time in Posen city Family F1401
 
224 Took mother's surname - uneheliche? Briese, Friedrich Hermann (I4338)
 
225 Two more children, Charlotte and Wilhelm, mentioned in death record Briese, Johann Friedrich (I1617)
 
226 was a canonier Briese, Martin (I3627)
 
227 Was a canonier in the army Briese, Franz (I1164)
 
228 Was a maelzbrauer (brewer) Briese, Erdmann (I252)
 
229 Was a Malzbrauer Briese, Christoph (I4250)
 
230 Was a Malzbrauer Briese, Christian (I1687)
 
231 Was a pastor Briese, Carl Robert Ludwig Heinrich (I2222)
 
232 Was a soldier Briese, Ferdinand Albert Martin (I3707)
 
233 was a soldier Briese, Johann Heinrich (I3411)
 
234 was a soldier Briese, Friedrich Emil (I4102)
 
235 Was a soldier Briese, Peter (I368)
 
236 was a soldier Briese, Fritz Otto (I4453)
 
237 was a soldier Briese, Paul Otto (I2497)
 
238 was a soldier Briese, Julius Max (I3046)
 
239 was a soldier Briese, Michael (I3498)
 
240 was a soldier Briese, Michael (I387)
 
241 was a soldier based in Cuestrin (now Kostzryn in Polish) in 1816 Briese, Johann Michael (I2331)
 
242 Was a soldier in the Prussian army Briese, Johann Martin (I577)
 
243 widow of ?? Winter Briese, Emilie Florentine (I4552)
 
244 Wilhelm Briese apparently died in Lubcz, after returning from military service Briese, Wilhelm (I0019)
 

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