You wrote: "David CRITES was married to Sophia FORNEY, daughter of Abraham."
Be advised. Not everything that you find on the Internet is truth nor documented as valid. This, I think, is one such example. The Rootsweb website that showed a Sophia Forney who married Davault or David Crites no longer appears to exist, but it gave Sophia's birth year as 1733 in Tyron County NC which is utter nonsense!
The Abraham Forney who was a soldier of the Revolution from Tryon County NC was one of my ancestors, as was his brother Peter (who married Nancy Abernathy, daughter of David Sr). Abraham Forney was himself not born until 15 October 1758, marriedRachael Gabriel in 27 Feb 1803 (Bynum's "Marriage Bonds of Tryon and Lincoln Counties NC", p. 46), died in 22 Jul 1849, having reached the rank of Colonel in the NC Militia. He fought at King's Mountain, the Battle of Cowpens, the Battle of Ramseur's Mill, and possibly several skirmishes in SC as well. His _only_ daughter, Polly, died as a child, only one of his sons survived to maturity and married, and none of his sisters were named Sophia, although one of Peter's daughters was. However, Peter's daughter was not born until after the 1805 death of the David Crites who is stated in your message and elsewhere as married to this individual.