|Title:||Re:Re:Re:Re:Galway to Australia|
|Posted by:||Angela Boreham|
|Date:||05 October 2006|
Steve and Joy|
thanks for your ideas.
Maybe Crofton was a name taken on later in life, although it has continued down the generations.
Perhaps it was a surname given as a first name as Joy suggested, although Catholics always seemed to use Christian names as first names. I have seen the name as a surname in Ireland.
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