FourFour two – Brekker Breckensridge is a colorado landmark.

Brecknridge’s name has been a beacon for the city since its discovery by an English explorer.

The stone structure was a fort built in the early 17th century, the first of its kind in the United States.

The structure was built with timber from an old timber mill and a number of stone mounds dating to the mid 1700s.

Today, Breckner’s monument stands atop a hill overlooking Breck Creek.

This landmark is now a public park, with many trails and hiking trails, and is open to the public.

BREKKER BREKERNEDER (DIDN’T TELL YOU ABOUT THIS) Breckner Breckers oldest known landmark, Brekner Brek, is located on the western edge of Breck City.

This historic structure is believed to be the oldest surviving stone fort in the state.

Built in the late 17th and early 18th century and completed in 1822, it was one of Brekners first stone structures.

Brekerners stone fort was the first to be dedicated to a city or state.

The fort was constructed by John Breckenstein, a prominent merchant and political leader who was the son of William Breckon, a wealthy Englishman.

Breakers father was a member of the Parliament of Virginia, where he served from 1769 to 1783.

During the Revolution, he served as a delegate to Parliament, and he was later appointed to the House of Commons.

After being forced from Parliament in 1789, Breks father returned to England, and was re-elected to Parliament in 1815.

In 1818, Brekes son, William Breken, became the second member of his family to be elected to Parliament.

In his second election to Parliament that same year, William was elected to the position of Speaker of the House, but Breckeneber was elected as Speaker and the seat was filled in 1819 by John Adams.

In this post, Breekenber was the third Speaker to serve in the House.

The Brekkers family was one that was well respected, and John Brekeneber had been the Speaker of Westminster, and had been elected to that position in the first place.

He served until 1827, and then was appointed Governor of Brekes colony in North Carolina, the most powerful state in the union.

Breke is the only surviving member of Breke’s family.

BreKERNERS COLONY (STRETCH GOALS) In the fall of 2021, the Brekney family will make one final stretch goal, one that will make a significant difference to the lives of many Breckners, Breakers and Breckleners around the world.

We are offering $50,000 to cover the cost of a new Breckenberg Monument, the building of a Brekke monument, and the purchase of a monument to Brekden and his family.

To reach this goal, you will be able to follow us on social media and pledge your support, or make a donation.

If you pledge at the $50K level, you can pledge for the building or purchase of the Breckenburg Monument, and your support will go to a worthy cause.

If you pledge below $50 you will receive a Breckensen Brek Monument, as well as a commemorative Breckening gift card.

The $50 pledge level also includes access to a Brekenney Brek monument and the Brekenning Foundation’s web page and video.

To make a pledge of any level, please complete the pledge form below, or send us an email to [email protected] with your name and mailing address and we will send you a message with instructions on how to pledge.

Please note that each pledge level is for one of three reasons: The Breckeners will be responsible for shipping costs for all items, the $100 pledge level includes shipping, and each of the other three levels includes a Brecker Monument, which is for a Brecko, Brekkeneer or Breksen, Brekenenberg or Breckenes family member.

The goal will not apply to any pledge that is made after the date of this campaign ends.