Barbara Brockunier born circa 1770
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
Last updated: 31 Aug 2001
Barbara Brockunier, The daughter of Peter & Margaret Brockunier Sr. Born about 1770 Frederick, Washington County, Maryland. Barbara married Jacob Rohrer 1790 in Washington County, Maryland. Mentioned in her father's will (Peter Brockunier Sr.) of 1804 she was listed as "Barbara Rohrer." Doing the math, Jacob Rohrer was 55 years old when he married this Barbara Brockunier and Barbara was just 19 years old. This is highly suspect but since this marriage was reported in both The Bragonier Family by Georgiana H. Randall 1969 "The Bragunier Family in America" by Brittian Bragunier …Robinson 1969 books I will list it here but we need further research to prove or disprove this marriage.
No known children by this author (2006)
Information for this article was researched by David C. Procuniar. Additional information supplied by the following:
…Mrs. Joanne Harvey, 2420 Newport Drive, Lansing, Michigan.
…Mrs. Kathryn (Carroll) Keegan, 12106 Kober Road, La Porte City, IA …50651-2130;
…Mrs. Elaine Allen, R. R. Box 36, Opal, SD 57765;
…Mrs. Jane K. Maurer, 2205 EMBE, Pasadena, TX 77502-3902
…The Bragonier Family by Georgiana H. Randall 1969
...The Bragunier Family in America by Brittian Bragunier …Robinson 1969. First Reformed Church of Hagerstown Maryland church records on LDS micro-film
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