57. Mary CURD29 was born (date unknown).
Mary and Edmund Curd were first cousins.
Goochland Co VA, DB 16
20 Oct 1793 Edmund Curd, heir of Richard Curd, dec'd to John Curd. 1000£. 300 acres being overplus of Land allotted to Richard Curd dec'd by Edward Curd dec'd and inherited by the aforesaid Edmund Curd from his dec'd father who held it under a deed from the said Edward Curd dec'd bearing date ____. Land lies on waters of Castle branch in Goochland and only part of tract thus conveyed. The other part the said Edmund hath held and enjoyed several years and lately sold to Thomas Hatcher.
Edmund Curd of Goochland am firmly bound unto Jno Curd for 1000£ to be paid to said John Curd. 25 Oct 1793. Edmund Curd heir & devisee of Richard Curd dec'd held & enjoyed under his deceased fathers will 350 acres on Castle Branch which he the said Edmund Curd hath lately sold Thomas Hatcher. Said Edmund may probably claim 300 acres which the aforesaid Richard Curd dec'd held and enjoyed under a special agreement bet said Richard and his brother Edward Curd which land is commonly called Piney Woods tract and was given by said Richard Curt unto his seven deaughters: Mary, Sarah, Elizabeth, Lucy, Fanny, Susanna & Ann Williams Curd. Had been conveyed to and is in possession of George Underwood. Richard Curd dec'd was entitled under the Will to 650 acres on Casle branch, part of a large tract, the overplus whereof was given to Edward Curd dec'd and by special agreement by said Ri'd and Ewd the land which Richard was intitled to was allotted to hiam, 350 acres which Edmund hath lately sold to Thomas Hatcher and 300 which George Underwood now holds. As it may be doubtful whether Edmund Curd is not entitle to the whole 650 acres left by the father of Richard Curd to him the said Richard ….to the sd Edmund Curt. The said Edmd for himself & his heirs agree with the said John Cur & his heirs that he will abide by, stand by, and be contented never to claim or demand any other part of land which he inherited from his father than those 650 acres in two parcels.
Edmund married second to Elizabeth Coghill, 10 Jul 1786. He had three more sons by her.
Deed in 1820 on p.19 of Logan Co Book I/J from Samuel H. Curd to Spencer and William Curd describes land conveyed to them by Edmund Curd, dec'd. "Curd Family" book says he died about 1814.
Mary CURD and Edmund CURD had the following children: