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Re: A pioneering McCrohan in the American Far West (Score: 1)
by jbrookd on Monday, 10 January 2005 @ 19:54:20 EST
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Eugene and Isabel McCrohan were my great great grandparents. I would love to know who your grandmother was and how she was related. I still reside in San Angelo. Eugene first arrived in the Tom Green County area in 1867 when Fort Concho was being built and eventually made a home here. He was one of the first settlers in this area. I believe Eugene came over from the Kerry area of Ireland like the others on this website. However, I cannot seem to find him in the family tree.


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