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Krock

Replies: 5
Posted: 25 Nov 2010 11:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Krocks in Northampton County, PA
I, too, have Krock (sometimes Kroch, Crock or Krack) relatives from Northampton County. Some of my (distant) cousins wound up in the Wind Gap area, but my line, at least, settled in Northumberland County (Delaware Township, Turbot, Watsontown and Milton) by the middle of the 19th century). My Krocks are the descendants of Philip and Salome Krock/Krack (my maternal great-great-great grandparents), who seem to have spent their entire lives in Northampton County, mostly in Moore Township near Easton. I have so far been unable, however, to "break the code" Philip and Salome and confirm the alleged Dutch (not Pennsylvania Dutch) origins of the family. Do you have any information along those lines?

Thanks in advance for any info you could provide.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Bridget611 10 Nov 1999 7:13AM GMT 
Thomas Brian Green 19 Dec 1999 8:27PM GMT 
Bridget611 26 Dec 1999 6:34AM GMT 
Thomas B. Green 26 Dec 1999 6:28PM GMT 
Tammysnyder44 17 Apr 2001 1:49PM GMT 
mostofizadeh 25 Nov 2010 6:02PM GMT 
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