Isaac Newton Procunier 1858-1940
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
All Rights Reserved Last updated: 31 Aug 2001
Isaac Newton Procunier, the son of Frederick McKinsey Procunier (1838-1907) & Louise E. Gardner (1842-1906); born on November 12, 1858 in Illinois and died on May 12, 1940 in Gillette, WY and is buried in the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery. Isaac married first Libby Adeline Lancaster in 12 Mar 1879, I have no data on her birth date but she died giving birth to their only child in 1881. Isaac married second Minnette Esther Whitney on February 12, 1885 in Danbury, Iowa. Minnette who was from Michigan was born on February 18, 1869. She died on June 27, 1929 and is also buried in the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery. Together they had six children.
According to the family, Isaac was named after the steam boat "Isaac Newton" which sailed from New York City to Albany, 180 miles in one day [1849-1850]. It was one of the largest & grandest steam boats in the world.
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Children: (1) by Libby Lancaster:
Libby Procunier born in 1881 in Iowa, Libby married someone with the surname of Johnson.
Children: (6) by Minnette Esther Whitney:
Sarah Esther Procunier 1886-1947
Addie Ann Procunier 1887-1910
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