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Re: 1816 Crownover Pa.
Posted by: Rosemary Crownover (ID *****0944) Date: March 23, 2010 at 12:03:06
In Reply to: Re: 1816 Crownover Pa. by Linda mullen of 468

Another possibility is that Mary was a Conover. Both Conover and Crownover are a variation of Covenhoven. The original Covenhoven (Van Kouwenhoven) came from Holland to New Amsterdam. The change began in the late 1700s. Some moved to New Jersey and eventually became Conover. Two branches went to Pennsylvania and are now known as Crownover.


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