Elizabeth Procunier 1803-1836
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
All Rights Reserved Last updated: 31 Aug 2001
Elizabeth Procunier the daughter of Peter & Elizabeth Procunier JR, born 24 Sept 1803 in Norfolk, Ontario, died 5 Jul 1836 in Nolfolk. Elizabeth was the twin of Margaret who died at the age of 10 on 8 Dec 1813. Elizabeth married Jacob Cope about 1823, together they had seven children. After Elizabeth died 1836 Jacob married second by bond application dated 17 Jan 1837, Leah (Manuel) Stone (daughter of Anthony and Margaret (Mabee) Manuel and widow of John Stone, Jr.), born at Queenston, York County, New Brunswick on 15 May 1790, died at Walsingham Twp. on 17 Nov 1871, age 81 years, 6 months and 2 days.
Frances Sands Cope born 8 August 1823, St.William, Walsingham, Ontario, died 1 April 1900 Baker City, Oregon. Married Henry John Keough circa 1846 (born 1822 died 1879) Children: Matthew John, Alice Elizabeth, Margaret Theresa, Jane, William Jacob, Francis Erwin & Catharine. John W Cope born 1825, married 1st Phoebe Benson 1849 (no children), married 2nd Margaret M. (King) James, Children: James W., James A., Jacob W., Frederick James, Elizabeth, Frances M., William & Margaret (Maggie)
Margaret Cope born 2 August 1827, married James Lucus 1848, children: Elizabeth J., & Leah
Peter Procunier Cope born 1830, married Mary Ann Lewis 1856
Thomas Henry Cope born 1832
Mary Cope born circa 1830
William Henry Cope born circa 1833, married Rebecca Parker 1856
Information for this article was researched by David C. Procuniar. Additional information supplied by the following:
…Mrs. Kathryn (Carroll) Keegan, 12106 Kober Road, La Porte City, IA …50651-2130;
…Mrs. Elaine Allen, R. R. 1 Box 418, Belle Fourche, SD 57717;
…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
…Mrs. Joanne Harvey, 2420 Newport Drive, Lansing, Michigan.
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