That has not yet been determined. Another possibility is the German name Gnäge, which as you see is similar. That possibility may be even more likely. At the time I posted the last message, I was not aware of the German version. But to this point, the parentage of the first George Kornegay, who died in 1773, has to be considered undetermined. It's possible that no record exists that will positively identify his parents, but that does not mean researchers should give up looking.
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