Person:George Crone (2)

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George Crone
 
m. est. 1752-1762
  1. Frederick Crone1761 - 1832
  2. Lawrence Crone1765 -
  3. George Crone1768 -
m. abt. 1 May 1797
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Name George Crone
Gender Male
Birth? 1768 of Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1 May 1797 Augusta County, Virginiato Magdalene Aylor
Marriage Bond 1 May 1797 Augusta County, Virginiato Magdalene Aylor

George 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 - Marriage Bond - 1797--May 1, George Crone and Lawrence Crone, Paul Hinckle, sureties. George Crone and Molly Ailor, of age, daughter of Anthony Ailor.
  • 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.