I think your father is right, also. Here's what I have seen. Eleanor is called McCrorey, but in John's will, his mother-in-law is listed as Nancy Crorey. I don't understand how a German farmer in that era married up with a Scotch-Irish sounding lass in the first place. We have had trouble looking for the Croreys, McCroreys--I think there has been only one mention that I know of...there are some McCrearys around but nothing substantive. Anyone have any suggestions on this love match that seems to have gone outside the usual marriage patterns of the time?
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