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Re: Origin(s) of Surname Croney
Posted by: carol (ID *****8045) Date: May 28, 2002 at 13:32:56
In Reply to: Re: Origin(s) of Surname Croney by Joan Guy Vincent of 161

It is my firm belief that my grandfather Henry Richard Croney of St John is a direct relative to your William Henry (Henry) husband of Rebecca Ann Gibson married 1/20/1853. As you know William Henry was the son of Joseph and Margaret King. They had Charles Christopher 1867, Eliza 1864, Ernest Clement 1871 Jane Frances 1856, Julia Augusta 1861 m. Joseph William Lindon Yearwood 1881, Richard Henry 1859 and he was married to Julia Rebecca Araminta Yearwood. The reason I am sure of some connection is Charles Christopher and Richard Henry signatures are on marriage certificate of my grandfather's sister and Charles Christopher signed a will on Darnley Rayside's sister's will. whew. My great Uncle Sydney arrived in the US and was sponsored by a brother Gerald ( we have no information at all) My grandfather Henry Richard ( who btw was married to Laura King who died in NYC 1930)was sponsored by his brother Joseph Nathaniel Jr. known in NY as Hampton!


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