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YOUNG'S CHAPEL CEMETERY, Youngs Chapel Rd., GILES COUNTY TENNESSEE
 

CURTIS, Baby Boy, 1909 - 1909, (s/o William Charles and Mildred Birdsong Curtis)

CURTIS, Fred Thompson, 6 Mar 1886 - 15 Feb 1887, (s/o Robert John and Samantha Amy Vaughn Curtis)

CURTIS, James Smith, 1871 - 1933,  (h/o Mary Etta Watson Curtis; s/o Robert John and Sarah Jane King Curtis)

CURTIS, Mary Etta, 1878 - 1953, (w/o James Smith Curtis; d/o William (Comfort) and Lizzie Gilliam Watson)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 18 Feb 1953
Funeral services for Mrs. Etta Watson Curtis, 74, were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at Young's Chapel Presbyterian Church. The Rev. G. H. Turpin, of Chattanooga, a former pastor, officiated and burial took place in the church cemetery. Mrs. Curtis died at 7 o'clock Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Willie Mangrum in Murfreesboro. She was reared at Bunker Hill, the daughter of the late William (Comfort) Watson and Lizzie Gilliam Watson. Her husband, Jim Curtis, died several years ago. Mrs. Curtis, a member of the Presbyterian Church, is survived by one daughter; one granddaughter; two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Gaines Jones, Pulaski and Mrs. Fredonia Williams, Dellrose; and one brother, Bud Watson, Oklahoma.

CURTIS, Robert John 01 Jun 1845 18 May 1928 (h/o [1]. Sarah J. "Sallie" King [2]. Samantha Amy Vaughn Curtis) CSA Co. K, 1st (6th) TN Cav (s/o William Smith and Margaret Russell Curtis)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 23 May 1928
Squire John Curtis died Friday at his home in the Bunker Hill locality aged 83 years. He had not been in good health for some time. His burial was at Young's Chapel Saturday afternoon after services by the Rev. W. H. Wakefield. Squire Curtis was one of Giles County's best citizens and his life was an active and useful one. For fifty years or more he had been a member of the Presbyterian Church and for many years a member of the Giles County Court. He was a Mason and a man ever moved by generous impulses and consideration for others and his hospitality was a well known characteristic. Squire Curtis is survived by his second wife and several children: Mrs. Richard Thorpe, John Curtis, Tom, Sam, Guy, Jim and Will Curtis, Mrs. Ed Jarrett and Mrs. Cooper West.
The Record May 23, 1928
John Curtis, Sr. a Confederate Veteran, died at his home at Bunker Hill last week of a long standing illness. Funeral services and burial were at Young's Chapel. He was the father of John Curtis, Jr., who is a member of the County Court. Other sons are Will, Jim, Sam, Guy and Tom and there are three daughters, Mrs. Richard Thorpe, Mrs. Cooper West and Mrs. Jarrett. His wife, who was a Miss Vaughn, is very low with pneumonia.

CURTIS, Samantha Vaughn 20 Mar 1855 15 Jun 1934 (w/o Robert John Curtis; d/o Charlie and Betty Neal Vaughn)