David Procunier 1800-1887
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
All Rights Reserved Last updated: 31 Aug 2001
David Procunier, the son of Peter & Mary Elizabeth Procunier Jr. David was born in Pennsylvania on 4 Feb 1800, died at Walsingham Township, Norfolk County on 14 Apr 1887 ae 87yr. He married by bond dated on 15 Dec 1827, SARAH ANN OVERBAUGH (the daughter of Hezekiah Overbaugh), born at Walsingham Twp. in 1809, died at Walsingham Twp. Norfolk, County on 5 Nov 1839 ae 75yr. Both were buried in Johnson Cemetery, St. Williams. Reference to David was found in The Bragonier Family by Georgiana H. Randall 1969 page 18. In that book Ms Randall states that the last two children listed as David's children (Henry & Peter) just might be the children of David's son David (1833-1915)
David farmed on his father's homestead, Lot 24 Concession 1, Walsingham Twp. at St. Williams, recorded in the 1852, 1861, 1871, and 1881 Censuses.
Jemima Procunier 1829-1908 married George W. Newman (1819-1901) They were buried in Newkirk Cemetery, St. Williams. No issue (children)
Daniel Procunier 1831-
both are buried Johnson Cemetery, St. Williams, Ontario. They had three children; Maudie, Olive & Mabel.
Mary Procunier 1834- married Richard Wheeler on 06 Sep 1853.
James William Procunier 1837-
Sarah Ann Procunier 1839 married Isaac Becker
Helen Procunier 1841- married David (Vrooman) Truman
Margaret Matilda Procunier 1848-1932
Henry Procunier circa 1850-
Peter Procunier 1857-1858 (Photo at right)
Photos & Research by David C Procuniar
3598 Harry Truman Road, Beavercreek, Ohio 45432
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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