Bremmer, George, was born on the ocean coming from Scotland to America, his parents coming to Ticonderoga, N.
Y., in 1770. He served in the Revolutionary war, and was taken prisoner with his family by the Indians and carried
to St. Johns, Canada, where he died. George, jr., left St. Johns in 1787 and came to Alburgh among the early settlers,
locating in the eastern part of the town, where he remained until his death, in 1844, aged seventy seven. His son,
Thomas, married Catharine Bramer in 1823, located near his father, and died in 1850. His son George married Minerva
Reynolds, of Isle La Motte, daughter of Jacob and Sarah Reynolds, and their children were George W., Arthur R.,
and Cora. He is now proprietor of the Atlantic Hotel at Alburgh, which he has kept for nine years. He has served
as justice of the peace nine years, and has held other offices of trust. He is also foreman for the railroad in
the construction of bridges.
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
Grand Isle County, VT Biographies
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