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CHARLES CRONIER, CRONNIER, CRONIA, CRONEA B 1805

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CHARLES CRONIER, CRONNIER, CRONIA, CRONEA B 1805

Posted: 8 Nov 2004 11:39AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 May 2005 8:48AM GMT
Surnames: CRONIER, CRONNIER, CRONIA, CRONEA
Hi, I am looking for information on my g-g-g-grandfather
Charles Cronier b 1-15-1805 in Marseilles, France. I have recently learned that the name Cronier appears in Marseilles in Beauvaisis which is in Picardie; not in Marseilles in Southern France. As was then the custom, his father apprenticed him as a seaman in the French Navy, and in 1818 the youth shipped as a cabin boy on a frigate bound for New York. He deserted in New York in 1819 and signed aboard an American vessel bound for Charleston.
I have most of his information once he reached the USA, but I am looking for information on his family.
The spelling of the name varies from Cronnier, Cronier, Cronia and finally it ended up being Cronea.
Anybody out there know anything about him or his family?
Thank you
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
KarenJohn88 8 Nov 2004 6:39PM GMT 
Andrea McClelland 27 May 2005 7:47PM GMT 
Steve Andres 31 Mar 2006 1:17AM GMT 
karenkjohn 7 Jul 2006 1:31AM GMT 
Andrea McClelland 15 Jul 2006 5:43PM GMT 
Karen 16 Jul 2006 12:03AM GMT 
Andrea McClelland 17 Jul 2006 5:00PM GMT 
Karen 19 Jul 2006 12:57AM GMT 
Andrea McClelland 19 Jul 2006 8:57PM GMT 
Karen 20 Jul 2006 1:11AM GMT 
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