About the Bredimus Family

The Bredimus family name can be traced back to Roman times and is one of the oldest family names in Western European history.

If you are a member of the Bredimus family, or related by blood or marriage, we invite you to browse this archive of the American Bredimus family. The scope of the articles is primarily devoted to the ancestors and offspring of one couple: Robert L. Bredimus (1909-1980) and Elsie J. McDonald (1917-1992). They were my parents and this site is lovingly dedicated to them.

Robert L. Bredimus and wife Elsie J. McDonald

If you are just a curious visitor, we hope you’ll find our family history, news, and profiles of interest.

Fun Bredimus Facts

We spell the name b-r-e-d-i-m-u-s. But you may also find variations on the spelling, such as b-r-e-d-e-m-u-s. We are probably related to all the Bredimus/Bredemus families that trace their roots back to Luxembourg and the little town of Bredimus (or maybe Stadtbredimus). A wine is named for the Comte de Bredimus. Grapes have been grown along the Moselle River since Roman times.

Ancestry dot com and newspapers dot com were used extensively to locate obscure mentions of the family name. The younger generation of the Bredimus and McDonald family may feel left out and there is an opportunity to add more to this site. Feel free to comment and contact the site.

Use the search function at the upper-right of each page to see a concise list of articles. Also, the bottom-left of each page lists date categories such as before 1900.