Barbara Rohrer 1768-
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
All Rights Reserved Last updated: 31 Aug 2001
Barbara Rohrer, the daughter of Christian Rohrer (1740-1801) & Veronica Lehmannin;
married in 1800 Daniel Brockunier in Washington County, Maryland.
RELATIONSHIP: Chancery Papers #4386, Washington Co., MD; filed: 11 May 1813;
Will of Christian Rohrer; Written: 13 Jan 1791; Filed 1805
MARRIAGE: CORRESPONDENCE: W.B. Neal, Country Side Video, General Delivery, Bardwell, KY 42023
Samuel Procuniar, born 5 Apr 1801, Washington County, Maryland. Gr Gr grandfather of David C. Procuniar
Susannah Brockunier, born 31 Dec 1802, Washington County, Maryland
Daniel Brecunier Jr., born 11 Dec 1804; died 10 Feb 1863; married Christina King on 24 Jul 1827 in Huntingdon County, Penn. Together they had ten (10) children.
David Prockuner, born 30 May 1807, Washington County, Maryland.
My research has failed to come up with anything on David after he left Dayton, Ohio in September of 1838.
Salome Brockunier, born 23 Jun 1809, Washington County, Maryland.
His sons started the Bragunier Bros. Grocery Chain stores in Kansas. Also William is the gr great grandfather of Brittian Bragunier Robinson, author of the "Braguniers in America" 1969.
Boy (twin of Wm.), born 19 Feb 1812, died 22 Feb 1812..
David C Procuniar 3598 Harry Truman Drive, Beavercreek, Ohio 45432
Ref: The notebook of Barbara's grandson Charles W. Bragunier which stated that Charles grandmother Barbara was a twin.
LDS Batch #8677509 1396253 19 ...
Georgiana Randall in her book page 64 stating that Daniel Bracunier was married twice, once in 1800 and again on 28 May 1811 to a Barbara Rohrer. Also that the estate of Christian Rohrer on 14 June 1814 lists a daughter Barbara Bragonier. Barbara does not appear in the 1820 Hagerstown Maryland census giving the impression that she was no longer living.
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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