This grove is incomplete, a thorough investigation of the progeny of Adolphus and Kutherina’s children and further generations has been provided by the cousins and will be added. Included below are notes made by past generations as they grappled with “the Krones” and “the McKinnons”
Duncan McKinnon, marriage, children and death. A crumpled piece of paper with the original pencil traced over in pen in Isabel Krone’s (nee McKinnon) hand.
For further details on the McKinnon and van der Waerden families please consult George Lamond’s book,
“With Hearts of Steel They Came in Wooden Boats”.
The Four McKinnon girls, Terese, Isabel, Lillian and Imelda The information below is a letter sent to Donald Krone by Philip Krone. It contains an introduction, a detailed Krone family tree and sources.
Isabel and Donald confrring over the Krone mystery forebears.
Donald Krone’s notes and correspondence with Philip Krone, Melbourne.
Letter to my Donald Krone from one of Maurice’s descendants, Jo, and his reply. Both need transcribing, difficult to read and look like internal messages within IBM.
Dorothy Krone Cook and John Krone, visited Mary and Don Krone in 1991 to talk about the family.