I have Brewer's in my family in Kingston, ON area in the early 1800's. The first arrival is Aaron who is a UEL from New Jersey and arrived around 1784. His wife was Elizabeth Cooper. I have several letters(obtained from the National Archives)linking these Brewers with Brewers in NB. One dated 1828 to Phillip Brewer in Kingston is from his father in St. John's, NB (sic)and appears to have been dictated to a John King (I suppose Phillip's father could not write). I have reason to believe that Phillip's wife was Betsy King. There is also a letter from a Jane Fisher (apparantly nee Brewer) in Willmot, NS (or perhaps NB)again to Phillip dated 1836. The salutation reads 'dear brother and sister' and notes that her husband had only recently drowned in the falls near St. Johns. Another from Jane to Phillip in 1841 mentions the drowning again and invites either Phillip's wife (Betsy) to visit. This last is sent from Halifax but mentions that they will visit Willmot if she comes. I have material on the Kingston Brewers that runs back through NJ and NYC to Cologne, Germany in the 1600's. Dutch was common in Cologne at that period. Does a Jane Fisher (nee Brewer) figure in your information? How about King's. I suspect Jane and Phillip are the children of Aaron Brewer II - who is the son of the UEL above. If you are interested in corresponding email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.