In the home of George and Nancy Goodman Crone there was a young George Crone who was 23 in the 1860 Census and he was born in AL.He may have been the George Crone you were speaking about.I have always thought he must have been the G. W. Crone who was in the 10th Rgt. Co. A and died Mar. 6, 1862 in Nashville, TN.
Since the older George Crone had a son, named George who was 10 on the 1860 Census I have thought the 23 year old George Crone may have been a nephew.On the 1860 Census there was also a Catherine Crone (who was 60, b. in VA.) in the house with them so I thought maybe she was a sister-in-law.She was probably a widow because she lives next door to them on the 1870 Census in Van Buren Co. AR and she is alone.
There was also an A. J. Crone in the Civil War 10th Inf. Co. A, he fought in Shilo.I have wondered if he was the the JamesCrone on the 1860 Census with George Crone b. @1810 SC.His son James was b. @1842 AL.But I have since heard about an Andrew Crone and it could have been Andrew.
This Crone family is about as hard to track down as the Goodman family Nancy is from.Nancy was born SOMEWHERE in VA @1815 but we have discovered no siblings other than Nancy's twin, Henry Goodman and a younger sister, Minerva Jane Goodman b. @1824 TN or AL (Minerva told her children she was from Cherokee Co. AL).
If you can fit any of this puzzle together please let me know.