Laurel, are you saying that George Bruner is the same George Bruner that was married to both Phyllis & Anna.
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Louisa Berryhill Dawes # 4775 father was George Bruner and her mother was Anna (Bruner, Partridge). She was on the Lochapoka payroll of 1895. She states that George Bruner was creek by blood. By the way George Bruner can also be found on the Lochapoka census, but not with Anna, he is by himself. Anna & George Bruner had a son name William G. Bruner at the time of the Dawes roll he was only 28 and listed as full blood and his Dawes number is 5813 Census Card 1831 they had two additional children Mary & Louisa Bruner also. George’s wife Anna Bruner’s mothers name was Jennie Bruner. Well this is where it get’s interesting; My ggggrandfather George Bruner had 3 girls by Phillis (Phyllis) Bruner – Dinah, Polly & Hagar. When I looked up Dinah Bruner parents it said that her father was George Bruner and that his owner was (you guessed it) Jennie Bruner, Anna’s mother. When looking further I found a George Bruner – Confederate Soldier, 1st Creek Mounted Volunteers, these are soldiers between 1861-1865 approx.. Could George Bruner have had children by both Phillis & Anna. Anna’s children are much younger than Phillis. My gggrandmother was 64 at the time of the Dawes Roll.
Anna is 40 on the 1882 Creek (Muskogee) Nation Census, Coweta Town. She has remarried and has a daughter named Jamimie Patridge 4, Billy (William)Bruner 11, Mary Bruner 8 & Louisa Bruner 6 are with her.