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Margaret MCCULLOUGH3,203,206 was born about 1817 in PA.3,203,206 She died on 4 Feb 1890 in Buried Leesville, Cemetery.3,203,206 She is reference number 41568. Parents: Andrew MCCULLOUGH and Margaret NORRIS.

Spouse: Upton B. GARTRELL. Upton B. GARTRELL and Margaret MCCULLOUGH were married on 24 Jan 1839.3,203 Reference Number:735390 Children were: Lucretia GARTRELL, Mary J. GARTRELL, John R. GARTRELL, Remus W. GARTRELL, Catherine E. GARTRELL, Andrew N. GARTRELL.


Mary MCCULLOUGH3,88 was born WFT Est 1786-1805.3,88 She died WFT Est 1807-1890.3,88 She is reference number 68946.

Spouse: David BOYD. David BOYD and Mary MCCULLOUGH were married WFT Est 1807-1834.3,88 Reference Number:1142425


Mary MCCULLOUGH3,415 was born about 1809.3,415 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 83325.

Spouse: Robert DICKSON. Robert DICKSON and Mary MCCULLOUGH were married. Reference Number:1349742 Children were: Mary Hunter DICKSON.


Maud E. MCCULLOUGH3,717,846,1274,1328 was also known as Ellie Maud McCullough. She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 39518. Parents: James MCCULLOUGH and Elizabeth WILSON.

Spouse: Joe RAPHAEL. Joe RAPHAEL and Maud E. MCCULLOUGH were married. Reference Number:717077 Children were: Jean RAPHAEL.

Spouse: TURNER. TURNER and Maud E. MCCULLOUGH were married. Reference Number:717078 Children were: Alan TURNER.


Muriel MCCULLOUGH.3 Parents: Harry MCCULLOUGH.


Nora E. MCCULLOUGH.5,128

Spouse: Charles Ira FROST. Children were: Living FROST, Living FROST, Living FROST, Living FROST, Living FROST, Living FROST.


Rhoda MCCULLOUGH.3 Parents: William MCCULLOUGH and Elizabeth LITTLE.

Spouse: CARTMILL. Children were: Living CARTMILL, Living CARTMILL, Living CARTMILL.


Richard W. MCCULLOUGH3,203,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 41576. Parents: Andrew MCCULLOUGH and Margaret NORRIS.


Susanna MCCULLOUGH3,203,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 41571. Parents: Andrew MCCULLOUGH and Margaret NORRIS.


Viola MCCULLOUGH3,42 was born in 1887.3,42 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22894.

Spouse: Alexander BOYD. Alexander BOYD and Viola MCCULLOUGH were married in 1904.3,42 Reference Number:457211 Children were: Living BOYD, Living BOYD, Living BOYD, Living BOYD, William BOYD, Andrew Jackson BOYD.


William MCCULLOUGH3,717,846 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 39502. Parents: James MCCULLOUGH and Elizabeth WILSON.

Spouse: Elizabeth LITTLE. William MCCULLOUGH and Elizabeth LITTLE were married. Reference Number:716947 Children were: Cyril MCCULLOUGH, Rhoda MCCULLOUGH.


Helen MCCULLY.3

Spouse: Raymond Leo WINNER. Children were: Elaine Marie WINNER, Leota Joy WINNER, Raymond Leo Jr. WINNER, Pearl Naomi WINNER.


Living MCCULLY.3

Spouse: Margie Pauline COFFY. Children were: Living MCCULLY, Living MCCULLY, Living MCCULLY, Living MCCULLY, Living MCCULLY.


Living MCCULLY.3 Parents: Living MCCULLY and Margie Pauline COFFY.

Spouse: Living KELLY.


Living MCCULLY.3 Parents: Living MCCULLY and Margie Pauline COFFY.


Living MCCULLY.3 Parents: Living MCCULLY and Margie Pauline COFFY.


Living MCCULLY.3 Parents: Living MCCULLY and Margie Pauline COFFY.


Living MCCULLY.3 Parents: Living MCCULLY and Margie Pauline COFFY.


Living MCCUMSKI.3

Spouse: Living MCEVOY. Children were: Living MCEVOY.


Emma MCCUN3,1087 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 42817.

Spouse: James Wilbert BOYD. James Wilbert BOYD and Emma MCCUN were married. Reference Number:766154


Isabella MCCUNE3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 5093.

Spouse: Thomas FULLERTON. Thomas FULLERTON and Isabella MCCUNE were married. Reference Number:102426 Children were: Isabella FULLERTON.


James MCCUNE3 was born about 1750 in Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.3 He died about May 1777 in Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.3 He is reference number 22628. Parents: John MCCUNE and AGNES.

Spouse: Abigail MILLER. James MCCUNE and Abigail MILLER were married about 1770.3 Reference Number:452230 Children were: Samuel MCCUNE, Margaret MCCUNE, John MCCUNE.


John MCCUNE3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22619. He signed a will in See Notes Page.3 [boyd-trees.ged]









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A second piece of the puzzle on William came in May, 1998. A fellow McCune researcher wrote and told me about a genealogy that had been published on a Pennsylvanian named William McCune that might have something to do with my ancestor. The genealogy was titled "William McCune, The Pennsylvanian and Kindred Families" by Kathryn Hutcherson Campbell. The work is housed in the Daughters of the American Revolution Library, Washington, DC. I contacted the library and received a portion of the document. To my great joy, the genealogy indeed documented the history of my William; but, my, at what cost! Despite the highwayman's prices for the copies, the information on William was very helpful. It provided a wealth of data on his life in Kentucky and Missouri.


I will draw upon these two sources extensively in the coming pages. Now to the main task at hand.

The Pennsylvania Years. William McCune, the father of Nancy and Margaret McCune, was born about 1751 in Pennsylvania. He may be the son of John McCune (1712-1766), of Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. The earliest mention of William is in John McCune, Sr.'s will:


"In the name of God Amen-the thirty first day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty-six I John McCune of Hopewell Township in the County of Cumberland in the Province of Pennsylvania Farmer being very sick and weak in body but in perfect mind and memory Thanks be given unto God therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die Do make and ordain this my last will and Testament that is to say Principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body I recommend it to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner at the direction of my executors hereafter named nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Mighty Power of God and a touching such worldly estate wherewith it had pleased God to bless me I give and devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form Impremis-I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved son John McCune one dollar Item I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved son Robert McCune one Dollar and the land that he now possesseth and one half of that third of Land I now possess to be by him and his heirs after one year after my decease enjoyed forever-Item I give and bequeath unto my Dearly beloved son James McCune that part of my plantation he is now possessed of and the one half of that third of my plantation which I now Possess to be by him and his heirs after one year after my decease Enjoyed forever and one dollar and one pot one fourth of the Pewter and the fourth part of the hogs-Item I give and bequeath unto my Dearly and well beloved wife Agnes McCune one Brown mare called Boney with a Patch in her face her bed and bed cloaths two cows and one pot all the Vessels about the shelf and the one half of all my grain for her maintenance Item I give and bequeath unto my Dearly beloved son William McCune Eighty Pounds and a roam mare and a mare called Jewel two cows and all the sheep and a bed and bed cloaths and one gridle and one pot and one saddle Bridle one trunk two coutters one shear Plow and tackling one Grubbing and Weeding hoe one folling ax and all the table linen and the half of the Pewter Maue wedges my Bible and the one half of the grain one Gun and all my wearing aparel and the three Quarters of the Hogs and I likewise constitute and ordain William Lamond Sr. and Agnes McCune Executor of this my last Will and Testament and hereby disallow revoke and disannel all and every other forms testaments Wills Legacies Executors by me in any wise before this time named Wills and bequeathes Ratifying and Confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal in the fourth year a four Soverign Lord George the third and Signed Sealed Published and Pronounced by me as my Last Will and Testament in the Presence of
his
Samuel Whar John X McCune
George Wear mark
Letters and Testimony Issued this 23 day of June 1766 unto William Lamond Sr and Agnes McCune Executors named in the Last Will and Testament of John McCune Dec'd of which the written record is a true copy Inventory to be Exhibited the 23 day of July next and an account of Administration rendered thereunto to Legally required.
John Armstrong


While there is no verifiable proof that the William mentioned in this will is our William, circumstantial evidence clearly points in his direction. In a deposition given by John Hinkson, Jr., son of the Kentucky pioneer, we read:
"From John Hinkson - now (1845) about 72 - born on the Monongahela, son of Col. John Hinkson. (John Hinkson) Went and settled at Mann's Lick and stayed there till '81; then moved to Haggin's Station, near Danville and about '83, re-occupied his old settlement on Hinkson's Fork. William McCune, a half brother of Hinkson's, moved with Hinkson to Kentucky in '80, and was captured with him; and was kept nearly two years."


In a deposition given by William McCune in 1811, we read:
"He came to this country (Bourbon County, Kentucky) in the spring of the year 1780 and settled at Ruddell's Station which stood on the bank of the South Fork of Licking, and he continued to reside at said station until it was taken by the Indians during the same year. Said Ruddell's Station was well known throughout the western country at the time he came to it. Thinks it consisted of thirty or Forty men, ladies, women and children, and it was much resorted to by adventurers to this country. John Haggin was his kinsman and informed him at Lexington when on his way to Ruddell's Station, that he had settled a place near said station but was compelled for danger of Indians to leave it..."

Spouse: AGNES. John MCCUNE and AGNES were married. Reference Number:452061 Children were: James MCCUNE, Robert MCCUNE, Wiliam MCCUNE.


John MCCUNE3 was born on 15 Jun 1772 in Kentucky.3,2756 He died in 1852.3 He is reference number 22622. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth MCCLINTOCK.

Spouse: Polly SHANNON. John MCCUNE and Polly SHANNON were married. Reference Number:448801 Children were: Nancy NALOY, Nancy R. MCCUNE.


John MCCUNE3 was born in 1774.3 He died in 1836.3 He is reference number 22648. Parents: James MCCUNE and Abigail MILLER.


Joseph P. MCCUNE3 was born in 1815.3,2756 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 He was also known as Joseph P. McCune.3,187 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22624. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth PATTON.

Spouse: Marth C. EDWARDS. Joseph P. MCCUNE and Marth C. EDWARDS were married. Reference Number:452151


Margaret MCCUNE3 was born between 1773 and 1777.3 She died after 1777.3 She is reference number 22646. Parents: James MCCUNE and Abigail MILLER.


Margaret MCCUNE3 was born about 1775.3 She died between 1855 and 1857 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.3 She is reference number 23672. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth MCCLINTOCK.

Spouse: John SHAWHAN. John SHAWHAN and Margaret MCCUNE were married. Reference Number:468314


Nancy MCCUNE3 was born on 25 Nov 1770.3,2756 She died in 1842.3 She is reference number 22621. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth MCCLINTOCK.

Spouse: George READING. George READING and Nancy MCCUNE were married in May 1789 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.3 Reference Number:448741 Children were: Rebecca READING, John READING.


Nancy R. MCCUNE3,796 was born on 16 Jun 1799 in Bourbon County, Kentucky..3,796 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187,3324 She died on 9 Jan 1834 in Kentucky.3,2756 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,187 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,796 She was also known as Nancy McCune.3,187 She was also known as Nancy McCune.3,2755 She is reference number 22413. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Question]3 Parents: John MCCUNE and Polly SHANNON.

Spouse: Joseph HOLLIDAY. Joseph HOLLIDAY and Nancy R. MCCUNE were married on 18 Mar 1816 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.3,2755 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,796 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,187 Reference Number:446181 Children were: William Harvey HOLLIDAY, John James HOLLIDAY, Thompson HOLLIDAY, Mary Sloan HOLLIDAY, Rebecca Jane HOLLIDAY, Martha Ann HOLLIDAY, Samuel Newton HOLLIDAY, Elizabeth Brewer HOLLIDAY, Joseph HOLLIDAY Jr..


Polly Lucy MCCUNE3 was born about 1816.3,2756 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 She was also known as Polly Lucy McCune.3,187 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22625. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth PATTON.

Spouse: Booker T. EDWARDS. Booker T. EDWARDS and Polly Lucy MCCUNE were married. Reference Number:452174

Spouse: William SMITH. William SMITH and Polly Lucy MCCUNE were married. Reference Number:452175


Robert MCCUNE3 was born about 1750.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22629. Parents: John MCCUNE and AGNES.


Samuel MCCUNE3 was born in 1770.3 He died in 1847.3 He is reference number 22652. Parents: James MCCUNE and Abigail MILLER.


Susanna MCCUNE3 was born on 20 Jun 1774.3,187,2756 She died about 1814.3,187,2756 She was also known as Susanna McClure.3 She was also known as Susanna McCune.3,187 She was buried Unknown in Ruddle's Mills Cemetery.3,187 She is reference number 33837. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Gravestone dates illegible. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth MCCLINTOCK. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE.

Spouse: John PATTON. John PATTON and Susanna MCCUNE were married on 24 Mar 1791 in Kentucky.3,614,1268,2756 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,614,1268,2756 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,187 Reference Number:637141 Children were: Elizabeth PATTEN, William PATTEN, Sallie PATTON, Joseph PATTON, John PATTON, Thomas Dunlap PATTEN, Susan PATTON, Alexander L. PATTON, Samuel PATTON, Nancy PATTON.


Susanna MCCUNE3 was born about 1820.3,2756 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 She was also known as Susanna McCune.3,187 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22626. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth PATTON.

Spouse: John J. MILES. John J. MILES and Susanna MCCUNE were married on 1 Dec 1836 in Pike County, Missouri.3,187 Reference Number:452192


Wiliam MCCUNE3 was born in 1751.3,567 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Location]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Location]3 He served in the military between 1780 and 1783 in Prisoner Of Indians During Rev War.3 He died on 6 Dec 1830 in Pike County, Missouri.3,187,567 He was also known as William McCune.3,187 He was christened in Revolutionary War.3,187 He is reference number 22611. He served in the military in Revolutionary War.3,567 He served in the military in Defended Ruddles Station, Bourbon County, Kentucky.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Notes (Facts Pg)]3 [boyd-trees.ged]









p.265, Deposition of William McCune, aged 60 years (taken at dwelling house of James Ruddell in Bourbon County on May 1, 1811, before George Mountjoy and Joseph L. Stevens, Justices of the Peace):
William McCune was a Revolutionary War soldier, defender of Ruddles Station. He was taken prisoner by the British to Detroit (refer to Bourbon County, Kentucky. Complete Record Book, D/475 abstract by Ardery). He and his wife Elizabeth had six children

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Harrison Co KY suit 4911 Daniel Barton vs William E Boswell taken 28 & 29
July 1812

Also the deposition of William McCune of lawful age and first duly sworn deposith and saith. That in 1780 he came from Ruddle's station in company
with his half brother John Hinkson to Lee's lick which he informed him was on
Mill creek and from Lee's lick we traveled down to McFall's lick, that he was
then informed and understood this to be Mill creek and has ever since known
it by that name. He says that after he returned from his captivity with the
Indians (having been taken at Ruddle's station) and he thinks in the latter
part of 1781 or the beginning of 1782 he was again over on these waters and
the information before received was confirmed. He says that Mill creek was
well known in Ruddle's station. Question by complts. Did you know of any
other creek on the north side of the Kentucky River by the name of Mill
creek? Ann. I never did.
Question by defts. Whether or not was Lee's lick a place of great note in the
year 1780 & 1782? Ann. I think it was. I didn't know any place more so for
the distance it was off. Question by same. Whether or not was this fork
called Mill creek below Lee's lick. Ann. I knew nothing of the other fork at
that time. Question by William E Boswell Whether or not was you acquainted
with Hinkson's station or settlement and if you were at what time? Ann, I was
acquainted there in the year 1780. Question by complts. From the relative
situation of what is now called the north and south forks of Mill creek to
each other, would not you as a woodsman call this the south fork and the
other the north fork? Ann. Yes, I should. Question by defts. Whether or not
was this fork generally called the south fork of Mill creek in the year 1782?
Ann. I don't remember now that I heard it called the south fork or north fork
but Mill creek. I understand it was called Mill creek from Lee's lick to
McFall's lick and all the branches of it. And further this depondent saith
not. William McCune

Carolyn Kent

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p.265, Deposition of William McCune, aged 60 years (taken at dwelling house of James Ruddell in Bourbon County on May 1, 1811, before George Mountjoy and Joseph L. Stevens, Justices of the Peace):
William McCune was a Revolutionary War soldier, defender of Ruddles Station. He was taken prisoner by the British to Detroit (refer to Bourbon County, Kentucky. Complete Record Book, D/475 abstract by Ardery). He and his wife Elizabeth had six children

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Harrison Co KY suit 4911 Daniel Barton vs William E Boswell taken 28 & 29
July 1812

Also the deposition of William McCune of lawful age and first duly sworn deposith and saith. That in 1780 he came from Ruddle's station in company
with his half brother John Hinkson to Lee's lick which he informed him was on
Mill creek and from Lee's lick we traveled down to McFall's lick, that he was
then informed and understood this to be Mill creek and has ever since known
it by that name. He says that after he returned from his captivity with the
Indians (having been taken at Ruddle's station) and he thinks in the latter
part of 1781 or the beginning of 1782 he was again over on these waters and
the information before received was confirmed. He says that Mill creek was
well known in Ruddle's station. Question by complts. Did you know of any
other creek on the north side of the Kentucky River by the name of Mill
creek? Ann. I never did.
Question by defts. Whether or not was Lee's lick a place of great note in the
year 1780 & 1782? Ann. I think it was. I didn't know any place more so for
the distance it was off. Question by same. Whether or not was this fork
called Mill creek below Lee's lick. Ann. I knew nothing of the other fork at
that time. Question by William E Boswell Whether or not was you acquainted
with Hinkson's station or settlement and if you were at what time? Ann, I was
acquainted there in the year 1780. Question by complts. From the relative
situation of what is now called the north and south forks of Mill creek to
each other, would not you as a woodsman call this the south fork and the
other the north fork? Ann. Yes, I should. Question by defts. Whether or not
was this fork generally called the south fork of Mill creek in the year 1782?
Ann. I don't remember now that I heard it called the south fork or north fork
but Mill creek. I understand it was called Mill creek from Lee's lick to
McFall's lick and all the branches of it. And further this depondent saith
not. William McCune

Carolyn Kent Parents: John MCCUNE and AGNES.

Spouse: Elizabeth MCCLINTOCK. Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth MCCLINTOCK were married about 1769.3,2756 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,187 Reference Number:452021 Children were: Nancy MCCUNE, John MCCUNE, Susanna MCCUNE, Margaret MCCUNE.

Children were: Susanna MCCUNE.

Children were: William Patton MCCUNE, Joseph P. MCCUNE, Polly Lucy MCCUNE, Susanna MCCUNE.

Spouse: Elizabeth PATTON. Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth PATTON were married about 1812 in Kentucky.3,187,2756 Reference Number:452055 Children were: William Patton MCCUNE, Joseph P. MCCUNE, Polly Lucy MCCUNE, Susanna MCCUNE.


William MCCUNE3 was born about 1790.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Location]3,567 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Location]3,567 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 129.

Spouse: Eleanor CULBERTSON. William MCCUNE and Eleanor CULBERTSON were married before 1813 in Franklin County, Pennsylvania.3,567 Reference Number:12207


William Patton MCCUNE3 was born in 1813.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 He was also known as William Patton McCune.3,187 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 22612. [boyd-trees.ged]









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McCUNE - William P. McCune appointed guardian of Susannah McCune, minor of age 15 yrs, 23 Feb 1835. Sec, John McCune & John S. McCune. Same, for Joseph P. McCune, age 19 yrs. ("Missouri Pioneers of Pike County," InfoTech Publications, P.O. Box 86[patton.FTW]

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McCUNE - William P. McCune appointed guardian of Susannah McCune, minor of age 15 yrs, 23 Feb 1835. Sec, John McCune & John S. McCune. Same, for Joseph P. McCune, age 19 yrs. ("Missouri Pioneers of Pike County," InfoTech Publications, P.O. Box 86 Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE. Parents: Wiliam MCCUNE and Elizabeth PATTON.

Spouse: Jane G. EDWARDS. William Patton MCCUNE and Jane G. EDWARDS were married. Reference Number:452077


Harriet MCCURDY3,41 was born in .3,41 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 84730.

Spouse: Gilbert E. MILLER. Gilbert E. MILLER and Harriet MCCURDY were married on 1 Oct 1865.3,41 Reference Number:1369186


Elizabeth F. Mccarley\ MCCURLEY7,188 was born on 15 Mar 1843. She died on 19 Mar 1886.

Spouse: Joel Thompson ELGIN. Joel Thompson ELGIN and Elizabeth F. Mccarley\ MCCURLEY were married.


Sarah M. MCCURLEY7,234 was born before 1870.

Spouse: John Hamilton DEXTER. John Hamilton DEXTER and Sarah M. MCCURLEY were married. Children were: Jessie DEXTER.


? MCCURRY3,183 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 71187.

Spouse: Rhoda LATTIMORE. ? MCCURRY and Rhoda LATTIMORE were married. Reference Number:1180645


Elizabeth MCCURRY.5,93,94,160

Spouse: Henry BYRUM. Children were: Henry Lenore BYRUM.


Ferrel Wilson MCCURRY7,188 was born on 24 Jul 1911. He died on 25 Jan 1969. He was buried in Kirbyville City Cemetery, Kirbyville, Jasper, TX. Parents: William Lee MCCURRY and Ada Belle CANSLER.

Spouse: Roberta ODOM. Ferrel Wilson MCCURRY and Roberta ODOM were married. Children were: Velma Ruth MCCURRY.


J. Carl MCCURRY3,403 was born on 3 Apr 1903 in Toccoa, Georgia.3,403 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 107101.

Spouse: Living BOLT.


Tate MCCURRY3,713 was born Private. He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 67250.

Spouse: Lula SPENCER. Tate MCCURRY and Lula SPENCER were married. Reference Number:1119158


Velma Ruth MCCURRY7,188 was born on 11 Dec 1949 in Kirbyville, Jasper, TX. She died on 3 Mar 1974. Parents: Ferrel Wilson MCCURRY and Roberta ODOM.

Spouse: LIVING.


William Lee MCCURRY7,188 was born in 1874. He died in 1922. He was buried in Kirbyville Cemetery, Kirbyville, Jasper, TX.

Spouse: Ada Belle CANSLER. William Lee MCCURRY and Ada Belle CANSLER were married. Children were: Ferrel Wilson MCCURRY.


S. A. MCCURY.19

Spouse: Lucinda N. HALE.


Sarah MCCURY3,41 was born in .3,41 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 85293.

Spouse: John HARRIS. John HARRIS and Sarah MCCURY were married. Reference Number:1376475

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