Person:Frederick Crone (1)

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Frederick Crone
b.27 April 1761 prob. Pennsylvania
d.1832
m. est. 1752-1762
  1. Frederick Crone1761 - 1832
  2. Lawrence Crone1765 -
  3. George Crone1768 -
m. est. 1782
  1. Henry Croneest 1782 -
  2. Lawrence Croneest 1783-1789 -
  3. George Croneest 1783-1789 -
  4. John Frederick Crone, Jr.1785 - 1864
  5. Barbara Croneabt 1787 -
  6. Elizabeth Crone1794 - 1862
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Name Frederick Crone
Alt Name John Frederick Crone
Alt Name Frederich Marcus Craun
Gender Male
Birth? 27 April 1761 prob. Pennsylvania
Marriage est. 1782 to Anna Maria Raumel
Death? 1832

Frederick Crone was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Insolvents and Delinquents, 1800: Jno. Allison (L. Meadow), removed over the mountain; Jacob Akhart, over the mountain; Bryan Richart, over the mountain; Wm. Blair, Jr., to Redstone; Frederick Crone, to French Broad; Lawrence Croan, to French Broad; George Croan, to French Broad; Jno. Gardiner, to backwoods; Adam Louks, deceased; Michael Lindsay, to Shenandoah; James Miller, to Shenandoah; Wm. Miller, to Shenandoah; John McKee, to Shenandoah; Michael McMullen, to Amherst; George Poff, to French Broad; Peter Poff, to French Broad; Samuel Steele, to Kentucky; Michael Campbell, to Kentucky; Michael Clinefelter, dead; Jno. Culp, over the mountain; Ralph Duddleson, to Chillacothy; Jno. French; James Garner, over the mountain; Jacob Lefler, to the backwoods; David Lefler, to the backwoods; Christian Michael, to French Broad; Fredrick Michael, to French Broad; Jacob Michael, to French Broad; Peter Powlas, to the backwoods; Jno. Rinsberger, to Tennessee; Sam'l Sumerville, to Kinnaway; Jno. Shilling, to Round Oak; Jno. Courtney, to Richmond.


Citations

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/CRAUN/2000-02/0950124044
http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?augusta::crone::267.html
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/v/a/James-Evans-IA/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0231.html