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Re: Crolls of Montgomery County Pennsylvania
Posted by: Caroline Myers Hutchings Date: September 17, 2000 at 15:14:34
In Reply to: Re: Crolls of Montgomery County Pennsylvania by Gail Komar of 137

I am researching the Croll family. I have a wealth of information in a small booklet called"The Golden Wedding Ring" written by the Rev. P.C.Croll in 1887 with collaborations from my great aunts and great uncles. The patriarch of our family of Crolls according to my booklet, was born about 1715 in the Palatinate of Germany. His four children were Henry, Christian, Michael,and Polly. I have no dates other than the above.Phillip died in Montgomery Co. PA. as did Henry. From Henry Croll came a family of eight children The first born being Joseph 1789,m. Elizabeth Schlenker in
1813. He died in 1847.From Joseph and Elizabeth came a family of twelve. Henry Christian b.29/04/1820, m. Sarah Seip and they had eight children, my grandmother Sarah Eulalia b.12/02/1860 in Reading,PA. I have all the names and some of the dates from Phillip on that I will be willing to share. I would appreciate your lineage if you wish to let me have it.


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