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Re: Conroe Emigration from England
Posted by: fred campbell (ID *****2072) Date: January 31, 2003 at 12:55:56
In Reply to: Conroe Emigration from England by David Harris of 18

The Conrow's did come from England in abt 1660, three brothers, Daniel, Jacob, and Isaac, most everyone here is a related to Isaac Conaro and Sarah Darling. I believe they came from Itlay to England in the 1500 and then on to the america's. The name has many spelling, They Settled in Burlington County New Jersey, and from they went many places, Conroe is found in New York area, Conrow is Burlington, NJ. Conaroe was in Ohio, Conarroe was in Indiana and so on. I have abou 30 different was it was spelled. I have found some Conroe families that came from Ireland, but only a couple, found Conrow from Germany.

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