Quakertown, Pennsylvania, 1861–1914.
Son of Christian Durner; brother of J. Christian Durner, father of Charles E. Durner; he apprenticed with his father, Christian, at age 14 in Germany. He immigrated to United States in January, 1859, landing in New York; he established his firm in Zion Hill (Quakertown area), Pennsylvania, in 1861; he relocated the firm to Quakertown, Pennsylvania in 1861; he was a maker of reed and pipe organs; he was succeeded by his son, Charles E. Durner.
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