Emaline Procuniar 1833 - 1925
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
Copyright 1997-1998-1999-2000-2001
All Rights Reserved Last updated: 31 Aug 2001 

Emaline Procuniar, the daughter of Samuel Procuniar (1801-1880) & Catharine Miller (1808-1871); Emaline was born on 14 Feb 1833 in Huntingdon County, Dublin or Shirley Twp. Pennsylvania; died 29 August 1925 in Butler Township, Montgomery County, Ohio.  Emaline married George W. North about 1856 probably in Montgomery County, Ohio. George was born in 22 Feb 1831 in Bath Township, Greene County, Ohio.  George's father was David North.

Children: (6)
John W. North 1857-1873 Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio  (Dille Cemetery)
Elizabeth North 1859-1860 Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio  (Dille Cemetery)
Samuel North 1863 Butler Township, Vandalia, Ohio
Winfield Scott North 1867 Butler Township, Vandalia, Ohio
Dora North 1869 Butler Township, Vandalia, Ohio
Charles Actil North 1873 Butler Township, Vandalia, Ohio

1850 US Federal Census:
Name: Emaline Procuniar 
Age: 16 
Birth Year: abt 1834 
Birthplace: Ohio 
Home in 1850: Mad River, Montgomery, Ohio 
Gender: Female 
Family Number: 1376 

Household Members:  Name Age
 Samuel Procuniar 42 
 Catherine Procuniar 44 
 Emaline Procuniar 16 **
 Eliza Procuniar 13 
 David Procuniar 11 
 Mary Procuniar 4 
 Jacob Procuniar 2 
 Albert Grimes 15 Roomer
 Wm Bomers 66 Roomer

Emaline & George  moved from Bath Twp. to Butler Twp. near Vandalia, Ohio

Main Source:
David Charles Procuniar 3598 Harry Truman Drive, Beavercreek, Ohio 45432-2272

Other Sources: 
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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Emily Procuniar North
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