David Fisher Bragunier 1819-1862
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
All Rights Reserved Last updated: 31 Aug 2001
David Fisher Bragunier; son of David Bragunier (1797-1820) & Sally (Sarah) Geiger (circa 1796-1826); David Fisher was born on 10 Jun 1819 in Hagerstown, Maryland; died on 21 May 1862 in Sharpsburg, Maryland while in the Civil War. David married on 25 Dec 1849 in Middleburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania to Elizabeth (Lizzie) Smith (born about 1814 in MD).
for Boonsboro Distr. Washington County Maryland, list David as 31, farmer, wife Elizabeth 36 and daughter Eliza aged 8.
list David as living in Clearsprings District with wife and two children.
for Hagerstown Maryland, shows Elizabeth ae 53, a nurse, in whose household were Jacob and Sophia Stouffer ae 47 & 44 and Sally Bragonier ae 19 a glove maker and also Mary Bragonier ae 12.
In 1890 Elizabeth Smith Bragunier was living in Pinesburg, Washington Co., Maryland and in 1891 in Williamsport. I have no idea if Elizabeth remarried after David's death.
Elizabeth applied for a pension (#115529) since her husband drowned while serving in the Civil War. However her pension application was denied (not granted) because they said David's drowning death was not in the line of duty.
Eliza Bragunier 1842- Washington County, Maryland
Charles Bragonier 1849- Washington County, Maryland
Sally Ann (Brogunier) Bragonier December 16, 1850, Washington County, Maryland
Mary Catherine (Kate) Bragunier 18 Apr 1858, Washington County, Maryland
David C Procuniar 3598 Harry Truman Drive, Beavercreek, Ohio 45432
The Bragonier Family by Georgiana H. Randall 1969. page 22
The Bragunier Family in America by Brittain Bragunier Robinson 1969.
First Reformed Church of Hagerstown Maryland church records on LDS micro-film.
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