Samuel Procuniar 1801-1880
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Samuel (Bragunier) Procuniar, The son of Daniel Brockunier Sr (1777-1840) & Barbara (Rohrer b-1768). Samuel was born on 5 April 1801 in Washington Co, Maryland; died 7 March 1880 Dayton, Ohio; buried in the Dille Cemetery Montgomery County Dayton, Ohio on Valley Pike; Samuel married Catharine Miller in 1827 in Probably Dublin Twp, Huntingdon County, Pa. Catharine Miller was born on 16 Apr 1808 Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania; died 13 Feb 1871 in Montgomery County, Mad River Township, Dayton, Ohio
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Note: All of Samuel Procuniar's blood descendants are are related to George Peppard.
Isaac, Procuniar born 19 July 1828 Dublin or Shirley Twp. Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania; married Elizabeth Jane Williams John, Procuniar born 7 July 1830, Dublin or Shirley Twp. Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania; married Sarah Elizabeth Wike 1850/1851 Two children, Manerva & John Franklin Procuniar (McNeill - Hauschild - Matthies - Freeman) Emaline, Procuniar born 14 February 1833, Dublin or Shirley Twp. Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania; married George W. North Eliza, Procuniar born 20 January 1836, Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio; married Jonathan Evans circa 1860
David, Procuniar born 27 December 1839, Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio. Died in the Civil War 1864.
Samuel Jr, Procuniar born 7 April 1841, died 12 November 1843, Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio.
Mary, Procuniar born 17 December 1844, died 25 June 1856, Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio. Jacob, Procuniar born 1 August 1847, Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio. Gr grandfather of David C. Procuniar.
George, Procuniar born 6 December 1852, died March 1, 1854, Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio.
PROCUNIAR ... Sunday March 7, 1880 at 2 am, Samuel Procuniar born in Washington County Maryland April 5, 1801, aged 79 years, 11 months, and 2 days. FUNERAL this (Tuesday) afternoon at 1 o'clock from his late residence, Valley Pike. Services by Rev' D. Winters, (Source-Dayton Journal Herald)