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Austin Warwick (M)

     Austin Warwick married Helen Curry, daughter of Thomas M. Currey and Jane Barnes, on 20 May 1852 at Carroll Co., Indiana.1

     Child of Austin Warwick and Helen Curry:
Margaret Warwick   b. c 1853

Citations

  1. [S81] Indiana Works Project, Index to Marriage Records Carroll Co. IN, book 2, page 329 (courthouse reference) (Curry.IN.018).

Mary Ellen Philbrick (F)
b. 24 September 1830, d. 4 November 1916
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     Mary Ellen Philbrick was born on 24 September 1830 at Licking Co., Ohio.1,2 She was the daughter of (?) Philbrick. Mary Ellen Philbrick was born on 24 September 1835 at Granville, Licking Co., Ohio.3 She married James Barnes Curry, son of Thomas M. Currey and Jane Barnes, on 15 October 1855 at Kokomo, Howard Co., Indiana.4,5,6,3 Mary Ellen Philbrick died on 4 November 1916 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri, at age 86.1,7,3 She was buried on 5 November 1916 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.8,9
     She resided in 1840 at Granville, Licking Co., Ohio.3 She resided circa 1847 at Montpelier, Blackford Co., Indiana.3 She resided after 1847 at Howard Co., Indiana.3 She resided after 1855 at Sioux City, Iowa.3 She resided after 1855 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.3 She resided in 1857 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.3 She appeared on the census of 18 June 1860 at Oregon City, Holt Co., Oregon, listed in household of James Curry.10 She and James Barnes Curry sold land to Watson & Collins on 1 March 1862 at Holt Co., Missouri.11 Mary Ellen Philbrick and James Barnes Curry sold land to C. Hoblitzell on 21 January 1865 at Holt Co., Missouri.12 Mary Ellen Philbrick purchased from H. G. Noland on 19 September 1865 at Holt Co., Missouri.13 She and James Barnes Curry sold land to Conn & Mitchell on 31 May 1869 at Holt Co., Missouri.14 Mary Ellen Philbrick and James Barnes Curry sold land to Mat Saville on 15 December 1869 at Holt Co., Missouri.15 Mary Ellen Philbrick helped organize Women's Union on 6 January 1872 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.16

     Children of Mary Ellen Philbrick and James Barnes Curry:
Tom Curry+   b. 27 Oct 1856, d. 18 Nov 1925
Emma Curry+   b. 1860, d. 1924
May Curry   b. c 1864, d. 28 Mar 1901
Bonnie Curry   b. c 1864, d. b 1880
Montz Curry   b. Sep 1866, d. 29 Jan 1944
Harry Curry   b. c Feb 1870, d. b 1880
Autumn Curry+   b. 2 Nov 1873, d. 1957

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home.
  2. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, enumeration district 89; sheet 10.
  3. [S168] Northwest Missouri Genealogical Society, Death Notices from Area Newspapers 1911-1921
    , P. 30.
  4. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  5. [S80] Obituary of James Barnes CURRY, photocopy of clipping without name of paper, date or page; original clipping in ownership of Sandy Kuchenreuther..
  6. [S167] Northwest Missouri Genealogical Society, Holt County Missouri Death Notices from Area Newspaper, 1857-1899
    , p. 15.
  7. [S163] James B. Curry, Military pension record, Pensioner Dropped.
  8. [S183] Records of Pettijohn Funeral Home, Oregon, Holt Co. MO, p. 33 -- Record of Mary Curry.
  9. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  10. [S129] 1860 U.S. Census, Holt Co. Missouri, p. 14, dwelling #335, family # 335.
  11. [S184] Unknown date Deed, Holt County Missouri : Book I, page 113 Holt County Missouri Courthouse.
  12. [S184] Unknown date Deed, Holt County Missouri : Book J, page 215 Holt County Missouri Courthouse.
  13. [S184] Unknown date Deed, Holt County Missouri : Book J, page 746 Holt County Missouri Courthouse.
  14. [S184] Unknown date Deed, Holt County Missouri : Book R, page 41 Holt County Missouri Courthouse.
  15. [S184] Unknown date Deed, Holt County Missouri : Book R, pg 302 Holt County Missouri Courthouse.
  16. [S84] History of Holt and Atchison Counties, Missouri, p. 336. (Curry.MO.029).

Norman Guin (M)
b. 1819

     Norman Guin was born in 1819 at Greenbrier County, Virginia.1,2 He married Mary Josephine Curry, daughter of Thomas M. Currey and Jane Barnes, on 22 February 1849 at Carroll Co., Indiana.3,4 Norman Guin married Curthiana Brockson on 13 October 1853 at Oregon.2
     Norman Guin was a soldier in Mexican War in 1846.5 He enlisted in Capt. Robert H. Milroy's Co. C 1st Reg IN Volunteers Mexican War on 19 June 1846.6 He resided in September 1852 at Oregon.2 He filed land entry papers for claim no. 523 on 16 October 1852 at Marion County, Oregon.2 He resided in 1888 at Oregon.7

     Child of Norman Guin and Mary Josephine Curry:
Charles L. Guin   b. 1850

Citations

  1. [S77] 1850 U.S. Census Carroll County, Indiana, page 297, dwelling no. 674, family no. 674 (Curry.IN.016).
  2. [S95] Oregon Genealogical Forum of Portland, Genealogical Material in Oregon Donation Land Claims, Volume I, page 21, claim number 523 for Norman Gwinn, Marion County, Oregon (Curry.OR.141).
  3. [S74] Robert and Phyllis Selby, Carroll County Indiana Marriage Records, p. 12 (Curry.IN.024).
  4. [S160] Carroll County Indiana Marriage Records, 1828-1850, p. 47 "Gwinn, Norman to Mary Josephine Curray" (Curry.IN.052).
  5. [S87] Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, p. 688, "Biography of Samuel Gwin" (Curry.IN.050).
  6. [S66] James Henry Stewart, Recollections of Early Carroll County, Indiana, p. 298 (Curry.IN.088).
  7. [S87] Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, p. 688, "Bbiography of Samuel Gwin" (Curry.IN.050).

Austin Sheets (M)

     Austin Sheets married Sarah Catherine Curry, daughter of Thomas M. Currey and Jane Barnes, on 7 April 1842 at Carroll Co., Indiana.1,2,3
     Austin Sheets was appointed County Surveyor circa 1844 at Howard County, Indiana.4 He was appointed County Surveyor in September 1847 at Howard County, Indiana.5 He resigned from position of County Surveyor in March 1848 at Howard County, Indiana.5 He resided in 1857 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.6 He was member masons on 25 March 1857 at Woodbury Co., Iowa.7 He was held the office of clerk and surveyor in 1858.6 He put in a wind-powered plantation corn-mill to grind flour and feed in 1859 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.8 He was member of the Frontier Guard circa 1861 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.9 He served as a member of the Frontier Guards in 1861 at Sioux City, Woodbury Co., Iowa.10 He was held the office of county clerk circa 1863 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.11

     Children of Austin Sheets and Sarah Catherine Curry:
Thomas Sheets
Isabella J. Sheets   b. c 1850
Mary Sheets   b. c 1853
Emma Sheets+   b. c 1855, d. b Jul 1880
Moses Sheets   b. c 1858
Helen Sheets   b. c 1860
Katie Sheets   b. c 1862

Citations

  1. [S74] Robert and Phyllis Selby, Carroll County Indiana Marriage Records, p. 25 (Curry.IN.024).
  2. [S160] Carroll County Indiana Marriage Records, 1828-1850, p. 23 "Sheetz, Austin to Sarah C. Currey" (Curry.IN.052).
  3. [S1381] Stanley D. Hickerson, "GenForum", Family of Dr. Thomas M. Curry of Montgomery Co. Indiana, (Curry.IN.150).
  4. [S200] Charles Blanchard, Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana, p. 47 (Curry.IN.140).
  5. [S200] Charles Blanchard, Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana, p. 50 (Curry.IN.140).
  6. [S78] Northwest Iowa Pioneers, p. 17, Plymouth County (Curry.IA.005).
  7. [S79] History of the Counties of Woodbury and Plymouth, Iowa, p. 201.
  8. [S78] Northwest Iowa Pioneers, p. 19, Plymouth County (Curry.IA.005).
  9. [S79] History of the Counties of Woodbury and Plymouth, Iowa, p. 172 (Curry.IA.008).
  10. [S79] History of the Counties of Woodbury and Plymouth, Iowa, p. 170-172.
  11. [S78] Northwest Iowa Pioneers, p. 20, Plymouth County (Curry.IA.005).

William Barrett (M)
b. 14 April 1823

     William Barrett was born on 14 April 1823 at Bellbrook, Green Co., Ohio.1 He married Elizabeth Jane Curry, daughter of Thomas M. Currey and Jane Barnes, on 16 October 1851.2,3,4 William Barrett died on 28 April 1902 at Wenatchee, Chelan Co., Oregon, at age 79.5,6,7
     He served during Mexican and Civil Wars.     .2 He served as a Private Company C 7th Regiment Indiana volunteer Infantry in War with Mexico circa 1844.8 He resided between 1845 and 1865 at Pittsburgh, Indiana.9 He resided between 1845 and 1865 at Burlington, Carroll Co., Indiana.10 He resided between 1845 and 1865 at Kokomo, Howard Co., Indiana.11 He resided between 1845 and 1885 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.11 He resided between 1845 and 1885 at Richland Center, Richland, Wisconsin.12 He began military service on 20 June 1846 at New Albany, Indiana; as a private in Company C First Regiment Indiana Volunteers     .13 He ended military service on 9 February 1847 at Matamoras, Mexico.1 He resided between 1851 and 1860 at Wisconsin.7 He was sold land by Jane Barnes on 8 August 1853 at W1/2 SW1/4 S26 & E1/2 SE1/4 S27 T24N R1E, Carroll Co., Indiana.14 William Barrett resided in 1859 at Section 16 Township 90, Plymouth Co., Iowa.15 He served as a member of Co. I 156h Iowa Infantry between 1861 and 1865 at Iowa.16 He was held the office of county judge in 1863 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.17 He began military service in 1864 at Plymouth Co., Iowa, in the union army.17 He began military service on 14 October 1864 at Fort Dodge, Iowa; Private in Company I 15th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry.8 He held the office of county board of supervisors in 1865 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.18 He resided after 1865 at Madison, Lake County, South Dakota.7 He resided after 1871 at Wenatchee, Chelan County, Washington.7 He resided after 1884 at Lake, Dakota Terr.11 He resided after 1870 at Osage Co., Kansas.7 He resided on 7 October 1891 at Franklin, Lake County, South Dakota.19 He is head of household on the census of 5 June 1900 at Agency Township, Osage County, Kansas, as William Barrett, a 77 year old male retired farmer who was born in Ohio. Enumerated with were Elizabeth Jane Curry, Mary J. Barrett, James Curry Barrett, Amanda Quintillion Barrett and Montz Johnson.20

     Children of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry:
Mary J. Barrett   b. 19 Sep 1852, d. 1917
James Curry Barrett   b. 4 Apr 1854, d. 25 Oct 1929
Sarah Josephine Barrett+   b. 29 Jul 1857, d. Apr 1920
Amanda Quintillion Barrett   b. 3 Dec 1859, d. 22 Dec 1922
Rosacrans B. Barrett+   b. 14 Mar 1861, d. Oct 1898
Robert William Barrett   b. 1861, d. 1862
Thomas Sherman Barrett   b. 3 Mar 1864, d. 29 Apr 1934
Phillip Grant Barrett   b. 3 Mar 1865, d. 1865
Catharine Amy Barrett+   b. 1866, d. 17 Sep 1954
Carolyn Ada Barrett   b. 22 Aug 1866
Eleanor Julia Barrett   b. 11 Sep 1869, d. 5 Feb 1962
Alice Alwilda Barrett   b. 6 Sep 1871, d. 1885
Mina Lillian Barrett   b. 27 Apr 1875, d. a 1903

Citations

  1. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Mexican War Pension declaration of Survivor for pension.
  2. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  3. [S81] Indiana Works Project, Index to Marriage Records Carroll Co. IN, Book 2, page 282.
  4. [S1381] Stanley D. Hickerson, "GenForum", Family of Dr. Thomas M. Curry of Montgomery Co. Indiana, (Curry.IN.150).
  5. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).
  6. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit by H. A. Saunders, physician.
  7. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  8. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of Elizabeth Barrett.
  9. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Mexican War Pension, Delcaration of Survivor for Pension, p. 2.
  10. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Declaration of Survivor for Pension, Mexican War Pension, p. 2.
  11. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Mexican War Pension, Declaration of Survivor for Pension, p. 2.
  12. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Mexican War Pension, Declaration of Survivor for Pension.
  13. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Declaration of survivor for pension (Mexican War Pension).
  14. [S178] Deed, Carroll Co. Indiana : Book O, page 581 (Curry.IN.072, 106) Carroll County Indiana Courthouse.
  15. [S78] Northwest Iowa Pioneers, p. 19, Plymouth County (Curry.IA.005).
  16. [S233] Virgil D. White, Index to Mexican War Pension Files, p. 25.
  17. [S78] Northwest Iowa Pioneers, p. 20, Plymouth County (Curry.IA.005).
  18. [S78] Northwest Iowa Pioneers, p. 20.
  19. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Declaration for Invalid Pension.
  20. [S1568] 1900 Osage County Kansas U.S. Census, unknown repository address, sd. 4, ed. 110, sheet 4A, household 109.

Achaah Thompson (F)

     Achaah Thompson married Dr. Christopher Carey by Elder J. B. Austin on 27 September 1845.1 Achaah Thompson married John Hiram Currie, son of Providence Moyntz Currey and Amanda D. Hill, on 30 September 1849 at Montgomery Co., Indiana.2,3,4
     Achaah Thompson and John Hiram Currie sold land described as lots No. 19, 25, 24, 26 on town platt of Brownsville for $240 to John H. Orear on 18 October 1853 at Montgomery Co., Indiana.5

     Child of Achaah Thompson and Dr. Christopher Carey:
Christopher C. Carey   b. c 1846

     Children of Achaah Thompson and John Hiram Currie:
(?) Currie   d. 13 Jan 1852
Uphemy I Currie   b. 14 Sep 1850, d. 7 Sep 1852
Thomas R. Currie   b. 14 Nov 1853
Lucy A. Currie+   b. 29 Jan 1860
Sterling P. Currie   b. 14 Feb 1865

Citations

  1. [S430] People's Press, 3 Oct 1845 (Curry.IN.116).
  2. [S123] H. W. Beckwith, History of Montgomery County, Indiana with Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley, p. 541-542, biography of Dr. John CURRIE; AGLL microfilm V140-90. (CURRY.IN.012) .
  3. [S195] Walter R. Gooldy, Montgomery Co. IN Marriages 1823-1849, p. 22.
  4. [S573] Mabel V. Shanklin, Montgomery Co. IN Will & Marriage Records, Vol. 3, page 202.
  5. [S177] Deed, Montgomery Co. IN, Book 19, page 288 (Doc. #: Curry.IN.117).

Thomas R. Currie (M)
b. 14 November 1853
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     Thomas R. Currie was born on 14 November 1853.1 He was the son of John Hiram Currie and Achaah Thompson.2 Thomas R. Currie married Lydia Morrison on 10 October 1878 at Montgomery Co., Indiana.3

Citations

  1. [S123] H. W. Beckwith, History of Montgomery County, Indiana with Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley, p. 541-542 (Curry.IN.012).
  2. [S123] H. W. Beckwith, History of Montgomery County, Indiana with Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley, p. 541-542.
  3. [S580] Marriage Transcript Index 1888-1905, Mongtomery Co. Indiana, Montgomery County IN Courthouse, 100 E. Main St., Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co., Indiana, Book 9 page 160 (Curry.IN.081).

Lucy A. Currie (F)
b. 29 January 1860
Pop-up Pedigree

     Lucy A. Currie was born on 29 January 1860.1 She was the daughter of John Hiram Currie and Achaah Thompson.2 Lucy A. Currie married Charles W. McClure on 30 December 1879 at Indiana.3
     Lucy A. Currie was a Presbyterian.4

     Children of Lucy A. Currie and Charles W. McClure:
John McClure
Walter McClure

Citations

  1. [S123] H. W. Beckwith, History of Montgomery County, Indiana with Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley, p. 541-542 (Curry.IN.012).
  2. [S123] H. W. Beckwith, History of Montgomery County, Indiana with Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley, p. 541-542.
  3. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433 (Doc. #: Curry.OH.016).
  4. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433.

Sterling P. Currie (M)
b. 14 February 1865
Pop-up Pedigree

     Sterling P. Currie was born on 14 February 1865.1 He was the son of John Hiram Currie and Achaah Thompson.2,3 Sterling P. Currie married Cora Condon on 7 April 1889.3

Citations

  1. [S123] H. W. Beckwith, History of Montgomery County, Indiana with Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley, p. 541-542 (Curry.IN.012).
  2. [S123] H. W. Beckwith, History of Montgomery County, Indiana with Historic Notes on the Wabash Valley, p. 541-542.
  3. [S580] Marriage Transcript Index 1888-1905, Mongtomery Co. Indiana, Montgomery County IN Courthouse, 100 E. Main St., Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co., Indiana, Book 11, p. 490 (Curry.IN.081).

Charles W. McClure (M)

     Charles W. McClure was born on 14 January 1854 at Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co., Indiana.1 He married Lucy A. Currie, daughter of John Hiram Currie and Achaah Thompson, on 30 December 1879 at Indiana.2
     Charles W. McClure was Presbyterian.1 He was Superintendent Public Schools at Oxford.1

     Children of Charles W. McClure and Lucy A. Currie:
John McClure
Walter McClure

Citations

  1. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433.
  2. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433 (Doc. #: Curry.OH.016).

Tom Curry (M)
b. 27 October 1856, d. 18 November 1925
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     Tom Curry was born on 27 October 1856 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick.6,1,7 Tom Curry married Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum on 18 February 1885 at St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., Missouri.8,9 Tom Curry died on 18 November 1925 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri, at age 69.1,3,5 He was buried after 18 November 1925 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,3,5
     He became partner with D. P. Dobyns on the Holt County Sentinel.7 He resided in July 1857 at Holt Co., Missouri.7,1 He appeared on the census of 18 June 1860 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri, and was listed as three year old male child born in IA living in household of James Curry.10 He was an apprentice on the Missouri Valley Times, when Hausness & Kaucher were its editors and publishers circa 1873.7 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.11 He was on the census of 1 June 1880 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri, listed as Tom Curry a 23 year old male son of head of household born Iowa.12 He was associated with Holt County Sentinel after 1883 at Holt Co., Missouri.1 He was postmaster between 1897 and 1907 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.7,1 He appeared on the census of 2 June 1900 at East Ward, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.13 He was editor of Holt County Sentinel in 1916 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.14

     Children of Tom Curry and Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum:
Anna Helen Curry+   d. 25 Feb 1947
William R. Curry   b. 30 Nov 1885, d. 4 May 1938

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S83] Walter, ed. William, A History of Northwest Missouri, vol. 2 pg 1288.
  3. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 57. Unknown file reference.
  4. [S169] History Publishing Co., History of Holt County Missouri, p. 355.
  5. [S495] Photography, Tompstone, Oregon City Cemetery, Holt Co. MO, Tom Curry. (Curry.MO.046).
  6. [S83] Walter, ed. William, A History of Northwest Missouri, Vol. 2, pg 1288.
  7. [S83] Walter, ed. William, A History of Northwest Missouri, vol. 2, page 1288.
  8. [S83] Walter, ed. William, A History of Northwest Missouri, Vol. 2, p. 1288.
  9. [S525] Register of Marriages : Book 1, page 166.
  10. [S129] 1860 U.S. Census, Holt Co. Missouri, p. 14, dwelling no. 335, family no. 335.
  11. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, enumeration district 29; sheet 2.
  12. [S480] 1880 U.S. Census Holt Co. MO, enumeration district 29; sheet 2, dweling No. 21, family no. 21.
  13. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, Supervisor's Dist No. 4, Enumeration District No. 89, sheet No. 2B.
  14. [S168] Northwest Missouri Genealogical Society, Death Notices from Area Newspapers 1911-1921
    , p. 30.

Autumn Curry (M)
b. 2 November 1873, d. 1957
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     Autumn Curry was born on 2 November 1873.1,2,3,4 He was the son of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick.1,5,6 Autumn Curry married Ida Marion on 7 March 1898 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.7 Autumn Curry died in 1957 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,2,4 He was buried in 1957 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,2,4
     He appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.8 He resided in 1916 at Oregon.6

     Children of Autumn Curry and Ida Marion:
James Marion Curry+   b. 4 Feb 1905, d. 30 Sep 1972
Emma Daisy Curry+   b. 1907, d. a 1972
Helen M. Curry+   b. 1910, d. a 1972

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 16. Unknown file reference.
  3. [S163] James B. Curry, Military pension record, Widow's claim for pension.
  4. [S495] Photography, Tompstone, Oregon City Cemetery, Holt Co. MO, Autumn Curry. (Curry.MO.046).
  5. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home.
  6. [S168] Northwest Missouri Genealogical Society, Death Notices from Area Newspapers 1911-1921
    , p. 30.
  7. [S525] Register of Marriages : Book 3, p.166.
  8. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, enumeration district 29; sheet 2.

Montz Curry (M)
b. September 1866, d. 29 January 1944
Pop-up Pedigree

     Montz Curry married Hattie Harris.1 Montz Curry was born in September 1866 at Missouri.1,2,3,4 He was the son of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick.1,5,6 Montz Curry died on 29 January 1944 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri, at age 77.1,2,4 He was buried after 29 January 1944 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,2,4
     He resided in 1916 at California.6

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 16. Unknown file reference.
  3. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, enumeration district 89; sheet 10.
  4. [S495] Photography, Tompstone, Oregon City Cemetery, Holt Co. MO, Montz Curry. (Curry.MO.046).
  5. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home.
  6. [S168] Northwest Missouri Genealogical Society, Death Notices from Area Newspapers 1911-1921
    , p. 30.

Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum (F)
b. 30 August 1859, d. 22 November 1929

     Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum was born on 30 August 1859.1,2,3 She married Tom Curry, son of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick, on 18 February 1885 at St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., Missouri.4,5 Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum died on 22 November 1929 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri, at age 70.1,2,3 She was buried after 22 November 1929 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,2,3
     She appeared on the census of 2 June 1900 at East Ward, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.6 She appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.7 She appeared on the census of 1920 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.8

     Children of Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum and Tom Curry:
Anna Helen Curry+   d. 25 Feb 1947
William R. Curry   b. 30 Nov 1885, d. 4 May 1938

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 57. Unknown file reference.
  3. [S495] Photography, Tompstone, Oregon City Cemetery, Holt Co. MO, Mina Curry. (Curry.MO.046).
  4. [S83] Walter, ed. William, A History of Northwest Missouri, Vol. 2, p. 1288.
  5. [S525] Register of Marriages : Book 1, page 166.
  6. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, enumeration district no. 89; sheet no. 2B.
  7. [S302] 1910 Missouri Federal Census, Holt Co., MO (T624-784), sd 4, ed 112, sheet A, 925, dwelling 70 [Doc. #: CURRY.MO.045].
  8. [S296] 1920 MO Soundex U.S. Census, C600 Curry, Tom (M1571-48), e.d. 142 or 143, sheet 7, line 96 [Doc. #: CURRY.MO.043].

Ida Marion (F)
b. 1872, d. 1967

     Ida Marion was born in 1872.1,2,3,4 She married Autumn Curry, son of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick, on 7 March 1898 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.5 Ida Marion died in 1967 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,4 She was buried in 1967 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,4
     She appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.3 She appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at Lewis Twp., Holt Co., Missouri.6 She appeared on the census of 1920 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.7

     Children of Ida Marion and Autumn Curry:
James Marion Curry+   b. 4 Feb 1905, d. 30 Sep 1972
Emma Daisy Curry+   b. 1907, d. a 1972
Helen M. Curry+   b. 1910, d. a 1972

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 16. Unknown file reference.
  3. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, enumeration district 89; sheet 10.
  4. [S495] Photography, Tompstone, Oregon City Cemetery, Holt Co. MO, Ida M. Curry. (Curry.MO.046).
  5. [S525] Register of Marriages : Book 3, p.166.
  6. [S302] 1910 Missouri Federal Census, Holt Co., MO (T624-784), sd 4, ed 4, dwelling 101 [Doc. #: CURRY.MO.045].
  7. [S296] 1920 MO Soundex U.S. Census, C600 Curry, Autumn (M1571-48), e.d. 142, sheet 4, line 45 [Doc. #: CURRY.MO.043].

James Marion Curry (M)
b. 4 February 1905, d. 30 September 1972
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     James Marion Curry was born on 4 February 1905.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Autumn Curry and Ida Marion.2,5,1 James Marion Curry died on 30 September 1972 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri, at age 67.1,2,4 He was buried in October 1972 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,4
     He was author and authority on Holt Co., MO at Holt Co., Missouri.1 He was fine craftsman and violin maker.1 He appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at Lewis Twp., Holt Co., Missouri.6 He appeared on the census of 1920 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.5 He was editor and publisher of Holt County Sentinel between 1930 and 1957 at Holt Co., Missouri.1

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S183] Records of Pettijohn Funeral Home, Oregon, Holt Co. MO, p. 33.
  3. [S187] Rev J. A. and Milford E. Barnes Barnes, History of John Barns and his descendants, p. 76.
  4. [S495] Photography, Tompstone, Oregon City Cemetery, Holt Co. MO, James M. Curry. (Curry.MO.046).
  5. [S296] 1920 MO Soundex U.S. Census, C600 Curry, Autumn (M1571-48), e.d. 142, sheet 4, line 45 [Doc. #: CURRY.MO.043].
  6. [S302] 1910 Missouri Federal Census, Holt Co., MO (T624-784), sd 4, ed 4, dwelling 101 [Doc. #: CURRY.MO.045].

William R. Curry (M)
b. 30 November 1885, d. 4 May 1938
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     William R. Curry married Ethel Welty.1 William R. Curry was born on 30 November 1885 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,2 He was the son of Tom Curry and Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum.1 William R. Curry was born in 1886.3 He died on 4 May 1938 at OregonKansas City, Missouri, at age 52.1,2 He was buried after 4 May 1938 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.2
     He appeared on the census of 2 June 1900 at East Ward, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.4 He appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.5

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 8. Unknown file reference.
  3. [S187] Rev J. A. and Milford E. Barnes Barnes, History of John Barns and his descendants, p. 76.
  4. [S234] 1900 U.S. Census, Holt County, Missouri, enumeration district 89; sheet 2B.
  5. [S302] 1910 Missouri Federal Census, Holt Co., MO (T624-784), sd 4, ed 112, sheet A, 925, dwelling 70 [Doc. #: CURRY.MO.045].

Mary J. Barrett (F)
b. 19 September 1852, d. 1917
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     Mary J. Barrett was born on 19 September 1852 at Indiana.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.5,6 Mary J. Barrett died in 1917 at Wenatchee, Washington.7
     She was enumerated with William Barrett on the census of 5 June 1900 at Agency Township, Osage County, South Dakota, listed as Mary J. Barrett a 47 year old single female school teacher born in Indiana.4 Mary J. Barrett resided on 7 October 1912 at Chelan County, Washington.8

Citations

  1. [S198] 1860 U.S. Plymouth County, Iowa, p. 2.
  2. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit by William Barrett.
  3. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, page 1.
  4. [S1568] 1900 Osage County Kansas U.S. Census, unknown repository address, sd. 4, ed. 110, sheet 4A, household 109.
  5. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  6. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  7. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  8. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).

Sarah Josephine Barrett1 (F)
b. 29 July 1857, d. April 1920
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     Sarah Josephine Barrett was born on 29 July 1857 at Iowa.2,3,1 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.4,1,5 Sarah Josephine Barrett married George Johnson on 29 January 1881.6 Sarah Josephine Barrett died in April 1920 at Wenatchee, Washington, at age 62.1
     She resided on 7 October 1912 at Chelan County, Washington.7

     Child of Sarah Josephine Barrett and George Johnson:
Montz Johnson   b. Jan 1886

Citations

  1. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  2. [S198] 1860 U.S. Plymouth County, Iowa, p. 2.
  3. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett.
  4. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  5. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  6. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett naming his children.
  7. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).

Carolyn Ada Barrett1 (F)
b. 22 August 1866
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     Carolyn Ada Barrett married Calvin Meredith.2 Carolyn Ada Barrett was born on 22 August 1866.3,1 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.4,1,5
     Carolyn Ada Barrett resided on 7 October 1912 at Chelan County, Washington.6

Citations

  1. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  2. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, (Curry.IN.115).
  3. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett naming children.
  4. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  5. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  6. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).

Eleanor Julia Barrett1 (F)
b. 11 September 1869, d. 5 February 1962
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     Eleanor Julia Barrett married Jesse E. Barrett.2 Eleanor Julia Barrett was born on 11 September 1869 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.3,1 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.4,1,5 Eleanor Julia Barrett died on 5 February 1962 at Wenatchee, Washington, at age 92.1
     She resided on 7 October 1912 at Chelan County, Washington.6

Citations

  1. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  2. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, (Curry.IN.115).
  3. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett naming children.
  4. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  5. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  6. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).

Mina Lillian Barrett1,2 (F)
b. 27 April 1875, d. after 1903
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     Mina Lillian Barrett was born on 27 April 1875 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.1,2 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.3,2,4 Mina Lillian Barrett married Fred Sterling on 6 September 1899. Mina Lillian Barrett died after 1903 at Wenatchee, Washington.2
     She resided on 11 June 1903 at Wenatchee, Washington.5 She resided on 7 October 1912 at Chelan County, Washington.6

Citations

  1. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett naming children.
  2. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  3. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  4. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  5. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of Elizabeth Barrett.
  6. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).

Catharine Amy Barrett1,2 (F)
b. 1866, d. 17 September 1954
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     Catharine Amy Barrett was born in 1866.1 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.3,4,2 Catharine Amy Barrett married Claus A. Sterling on 17 July 1895 at South Dakota.5 Catharine Amy Barrett died on 17 September 1954 at Wenatchee, Douglas County, Washington.2,6
     She resided on 11 June 1903 at Wenatchee, Washington.7 She was enumerated with Claus A. Sterling on the census of 5 May 1910 at Wenatchee, Chelan County, Washington, listed as Catherine Sterling a 42 year old female born in Iowa.8 Catharine Amy Barrett resided on 7 October 1912 at Chelan County, Washington.9

     Child of Catharine Amy Barrett and Claus A. Sterling:
Caroline Sterling   b. c 1896

Citations

  1. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett naming children.
  2. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  3. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  4. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  5. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, (Curry.IN.115).
  6. [S1566] Washington Death Index 1940-1996 (database online). Ancestry.com.
  7. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of Elizabeth Barrett.
  8. [S1569] 1910 Chelan County Washington U.S. Census, unknown repository address, SD 3, ED 305, Sheet 1B, Household 22.
  9. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).

James Curry Barrett1 (M)
b. 4 April 1854, d. 25 October 1929
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     James Curry Barrett was born on 4 April 1854 at Indiana.2,3,1,4 He was the son of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.5,1,6 James Curry Barrett married Mary (?) on 14 June 1905 at Franklin Co., Kansas.1,7 James Curry Barrett died on 25 October 1929 at Quenemo, Kansas, at age 75.1
     He was enumerated with William Barrett on the census of 5 June 1900 at Agency Township, Osage County, South Dakota, listed as James C. Barrett a 46 year old single male farmer born in Indiana.4 James Curry Barrett is head of household on the census of 18 April 1910 at Greenwood Township, Franklin County, Kansas, as James C. Barrett, a 55 year old farmer born in Indiana who has been married four years. Enumerated with were Helen E. Scott, Mary (?) and William A. Scott.8 James Curry Barrett resided on 7 October 1912 at Quenemo, Kansas.9 He resided dwelling #98, family #102 in 1920 at Greenwood Twp., Franklin Co., Kansas.10

Citations

  1. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  2. [S198] 1860 U.S. Plymouth County, Iowa, p. 2.
  3. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett.
  4. [S1568] 1900 Osage County Kansas U.S. Census, unknown repository address, sd. 4, ed. 110, sheet 4A, household 109.
  5. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  6. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  7. [S462] Franklin County Kansas Marriage Record : #6160. Unknown file number.
  8. [S1567] 1910 Franklin County Kansas U.S. Census, unknown repository address, sd. 2, ed. 85, sheet 1B, household 14.
  9. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).
  10. [S122] 1920 U.S. Census, Franklin County, KS
    .

Thomas Sherman Barrett1 (M)
b. 3 March 1864, d. 29 April 1934
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     Thomas Sherman Barrett married Louisa Catherine Mosier.2 Thomas Sherman Barrett was born on 3 March 1864.3,1 He was the son of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.4,1,5 Thomas Sherman Barrett died on 29 April 1934 at age 70.1
     He resided on 7 October 1912 at Startup, Snohomish County, Washington.6

Citations

  1. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  2. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, (Curry.IN.115).
  3. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett naming children.
  4. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  5. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  6. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett, (Doc. #: Curry.OR.006).

Hiram Mirick Currey (M)

     Hiram Mirick Currey married Sarah (?). Hiram Mirick Currey married Elizabeth Lane on 30 August 1821 at Franklin Co., Ohio; by C. Henkel.1,2,3,4
     Hiram Mirick Currey is head of household on the census of 1783 at Tyrone Twp., Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, as Myrack Curry, with 1 white in the household.5 He was Baptist.6 He was admitted as candidate for ministry in 1792 at Mayslick, Mason Co., Kentucky.7 He resided between 1792 and 1794 at Mays Lick, Mason Co., Kentucky, and was a Baptist preacher and teacher at the first school in Mays Lick.8,9
He was witness to will of Benjamin Thrailkill on 27 March 1793 at Mason Co., Kentucky.10 He was messenger, along with Cornelius Drake, to Elkhorn Baptist Association meeting representing Mays Lick church reporting 9 received by letter, 1 dismissed, 58 members at South Elkhorn, Kentucky.11 He was teacher in 1794 at Mayslick, Mason County, Kentucky.12 He was messenger to Elkhorn Baptist Aossication meeting along with J. Singleton for Stone LIck Church reporting 42 baptised, 9 received by letter, 3 dismissed and 76 members at Clear Creek, Kentucky.13,14 He appeared on the census of 1800 at Mason Co., Kentucky.15 He and Sarah (?) sold land to James Riggs of Bourbon Co. KY land in Mason Co. KY being part of Craig's Survey by James Luston's most north corner to Philip Donovan line on 30 December 1800 at Mason Co., Kentucky.16 Hiram Mirick Currey baptized Elder John Gutridge in the Ohio RIver three miles above Maysville in 1801 at Brook Church, Mason County, Kentucky.17 He was mentioned in minutes of meeting of Bracken Association of Baptists held on 19 September 1801 at Stone Lick, Kentucky.18 He and Sarah (?) sold land to James Riggs of Mason Co. KY 15 acres of land being part of John Craig's patent of 1000 acres located by Edward's line for 15 pounds on 16 April 1802 at Mason Co., Kentucky.19 Hiram Mirick Currey sold land to James Luston of Mason Co. KY part of John Craig patent by Richard Parker's corner, then west line of Parker and Hamar to Philip Donovan on 30 December 1802 at Mason Co., Kentucky.16 He performed marriage of Aquilla Denham and Harriet Thompson on 26 June 1804 at Adams County, Ohio.20 He performed marriage of Phebe Cary and Alexander Reed on 4 June 1805 at Franklin County, Ohio.21 He was on list of voters in 1806 at Salem Township, Champaign County, Ohio.22 He performed marriage of Thomas Morris to Margaret Dawson on 29 June 1806 at Champaign Co., Ohio.23 He preached at the courthouse on 8 January 1807 at Ohio.24 He preached a sermon after the Masonic oration after 22 June 1807 at Ohio.25 He performed marriage of John Ross to Margaret Price in 1808 at Champaign County, Ohio.23 He held the office of state senator between 1808 and 1811 representing Champaign County, Ohio.26 He was appointed W. M. on a warrant empowering the lodge to hold meetings in Urbana and Springfield alternately in 1809 at Urbana, Ohio.27 He performed marriage of George Hunter and Ruth Fitch in 1809 at Urbana, Champaign County, Ohio.28 He was member board of trustees of Miami University on 17 February 1809 at Ohio.29 He officiated at marriage of Mr. George Hunter and Miss Ruth Fitch on 20 April 1809 at Champaign County, Ohio.30 He performed marriage of Wm H. Fyffe to Maxamilla Petty on 27 September 1809 at Champaign County, Ohio.23 He performed marriage of John Thompson to Polly Frankerbrger on 20 November 1809 at Champaign County, Ohio.31 He was elector (voter) in Union Township (Twp. 4, R11) on 8 October 1811 at Champaign County, Ohio.32 He erected block house on banks of stream in 1812 opposite Oldtown on bank of Stony Creek, about 1 1/2 miles south of town of DeGraff, Logan Co., Ohio.33 He was member between 1812 and 1814 at Harmony Lodge, Urbana, Champaign Co., Ohio, serving as Worthy Mason.34 He was listed as trustee of Miami University on 14 March 1812 at Ohio.35 He held the office of member of Ohio House of Representatives between 1813 and 1814 representing Champaign County, Ohio.26 He taught school in old tavern stand referred to as the old George Fithian and John Enoch stand on lot No. 63 circa 1816 at Champaign County, Ohio.36 He was held the office of Representative from Champaign County, Ohio in 1816.37 He was appointed state treasurer to replace W. M'Farland who resigned on 3 January 1817 at Ohio.38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45 He, Treasurer of Ohio, along with Ralph Osborn, Auditor and Jeremiah McLene, Secretary, oversaw improvements in state prison circa 1818 at Ohio.46,47,48 He witnessed the marriage of Joseph Mark and Rebecca Currey on 12 April 1819 at Boone County, Kentucky. He (an unknown value).49,50 Hiram Mirick Currey was summoned to appear in case filed by The United States of America, District of Ohio, sct. On 23 November 1819 at Chillicothe, Ohio.51 He was submitted report to General Assembly of the State of Ohio from office of Treasurer, State of Ohio on 6 December 1819 at Ohio.52 He along with Ralph Osborn, Auditor; and the President and Directors of the Franklin Bank of Columbus were served with a writ of injunction from the Bank of the United States for the recovery of their money before 17 December 1819 at Ohio.53 Circa 1820 at Ohio, when the case (suit of attachment against Osborn & Harper) came to trial the opposing counsel agreed that an order should be issued to the State treasurer (Hiram M. Curry) that the total tax, plus interest on the specie, should be returned to the Bank. This the treasurer refuesed to do without a warrant ... He was thereupon placed under nominal arrest by a Federal marshal and all his property, including his keys, was attached.54 He resigned as treasurer of State of Ohio in February 1820 at Ohio.55,56 He resigned as state treasurer of Ohio before 3 March 1820.57 During a dispute with the Bank of the US an officer for the state of Ohio seized $98,000 in gold, silver and notes. This was placed in charge of the State Treasurer, Mr. H. M. Curry.58 He was held the office of "late" Treasurer of state before 4 December 1820 at Ohio.59 He was accused of owing the State of Ohio $11,111 under a resolution proposed by Mr. Willson and agreed to by the Ohio House of Representatives on 7 December 1820.60 He was served with a writ of attachment commanding him to return into court a description of every note taken from the U.S. office of discount and deposit on 4 January 1821 at United States Circuit Court, Columbus, Ohio.61 He was conducted services held by Universalist people in a schoolhouse in 1828 at Sheffield Twp., Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.62 He was conducted services for Universalist Church in a school house between 1838 and 1839 at Sheffield Township, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.63,64

     Children of Hiram Mirick Currey and Sarah (?):
Hiram M. Currey+
Thomas M. Currey+   d. 2 Mar 1848
Rebecca Currey+
Sarah Currey
Rachel Currey+   b. 1788, d. 22 Oct 1866
Jane Currey+   b. 1795, d. 30 Sep 1871
Providence Moyntz Currey+   b. 1800, d. 9 Jul 1868

Citations

  1. [S449] Marjorie Smith, Ohio Marriages, p. 83. CD #177 Ohio Vital Records #2.
  2. [S572] Marriage Record, Franklin County, Ohio, Franklin County Ohio Courthouse, 373 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio, (Curry.OH.076).
  3. [S830] Carol Willsey Bell, Delaware County, Ohio Genealogical Abstracts, p. 15. Curry.OH.094.
  4. [S831] Mary V. Reed, Abstracts from Miscellaneous Delaware County Ohio Newspapers 1821-1857, p. 40. Curry.OH.095.
  5. [S138] Westmoreland Co. PA 1783 Census, p. 17 (Doc. #: Curry.PA.013).
  6. [S593] John Asplund, Universal Register of the Baptist Denomination, p. 33 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.035).
  7. [S593] John Asplund, Universal Register of the Baptist Denomination, p. 57 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.035).
  8. [S104] History of Kentucky Volume 2, p. 564 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.002).
  9. [S132] Collins, Historical Sketches of Kentucky: History of Kentucky, p. 564 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.023).
  10. [S107] G. Glenn Clift, History of Maysville and Mason Co. KY, p. 318-319 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.016).
  11. [S500] William Warren Sweet, Religion on the American Frontier, Chapter Xii 12 Oct 1793 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.034). (Curry.KY.034).
  12. [S1303] Charles D. Drake, Reminiscential Letters from Daniel Drake, M.D., p. 32 (Curry.KY.043).
  13. [S105] Ila Earle Fowler, Kentucky Pionners and Their Descendents, p. 109.
  14. [S500] William Warren Sweet, Religion on the American Frontier, p. 473 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.034). (Curry.KY.034).
  15. [S103] Second Census of Kentucky, 1800, (Doc. #: Curry.KY.001).
  16. [S246] Mason County Kentucky Deed Book A-l 1789-1810 Abstracts, p. 97 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.030.
  17. [S1302] A. H. Dunlevy, History of the Miami Baptist Association, p. 134-137 (Curry.KY.042).
  18. [S105] Ila Earle Fowler, Kentucky Pionners and Their Descendents, p. 109 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.003).
  19. [S246] Mason County Kentucky Deed Book A-l 1789-1810 Abstracts, P. 49 (Doc. #: Curry.KY.030).
  20. [S501] Nelson W. Evans, A History of Adams Co. Ohio, p. 59 Early marriages.
  21. [S438] Ohio Vital Records #2 1750-1880, "Ohio marriages, Marriage records" p. 57.
  22. [S115] History of Champaing County Ohio, p. 318.
  23. [S120] Joshua Antrim, History of Champaign and Logan Counties Ohio, p. 260 "Marriage Record Champaign County" (Doc. #: Curry.OH.065).
  24. [S118] Karen Mauer Green, Pioneer Ohio Newspapers 1793-1810, p. 150 (from Western Spy and Hamilton Gazette, No. 24, Volume VIII, Tuesday 6 January 1807, Whole No. 388) (Doc. #: Curry.OH.034).
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  26. [S128] Quarterly Publication of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, P. 17.
  27. [S115] History of Champaing County Ohio, p. 249.
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  29. [S121] Mary L. Bowman, Abstracts and Extracts of the Legislative Acts and Resolutions of the State of Ohio, p. 97, p. 144 (Doc. #: Curry.OH.038).
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  31. [S115] History of Champaing County Ohio, p. 593 (Curry.OH.068).
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  33. [S144] History of Logan County and Ohio, p. 364 (Doc. #: Curry.OH>033).
  34. [S594] Hiram M. Currey, Masonic Membership Card, 1812-1814 Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio, membership card Harmony Lodge No. 8 (Doc. #: Curry.OH.077).
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  49. [S108] Boone County, KY Marriage Book : Book B, p. 26.
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  54. [S137] William T. Utter, The Frontier State 1803-1825, p. 307-308.
  55. [S116] Elliot Howard Gilkey, Ohio Hundred Year Book, p. 451.
  56. [S1383] Ohio Repository, image 2, 7 Jan 1820 (Curry.OH.130).
  57. [S1383] Ohio Repository, image 2, 3 Mar 1820 (Curry.OH.126).
  58. [S115] History of Champaing County Ohio, p. 127.
  59. [S145] David Smith, Journal of the Senate of Ohio, P. 56 (Doc. #: Curry.OH.027).
  60. [S1383] Ohio Repository, image 2, 28 Dec 1820 (Curry.OH.126).
  61. [S1383] Ohio Repository, image 2, 18 Jan 1821 (Curry.OH.126).
  62. [S91] General R. P. DeHart, Past and Present of Tippecanoe Co. IN, p. 253.
  63. [S87] Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, p. 334 (Curry.IN.018).
  64. [S91] General R. P. DeHart, Past and Present of Tippecanoe Co. IN, (Curry.IN.028).

Alice Alwilda Barrett1 (F)
b. 6 September 1871, d. 1885
Pop-up Pedigree

     Alice Alwilda Barrett was born on 6 September 1871 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.1 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.2,1,3 Alice Alwilda Barrett died in 1885 at Plymouth Co., Iowa.1

Citations

  1. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  2. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  3. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.

Rosacrans B. Barrett1 (F)
b. 14 March 1861, d. October 1898
Pop-up Pedigree

     Rosacrans B. Barrett was born on 14 March 1861 at LeMars, Iowa.2,1 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.3,1,4 Rosacrans B. Barrett married William Schnack on 20 March 1885 at Madison, Lake County, South Dakota.2 Rosacrans B. Barrett died in October 1898 at Madison, Lake County, South Dakota, at age 37.1

     Child of Rosacrans B. Barrett and William Schnack:
Gladys Schnack   b. c 1898

Citations

  1. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.
  2. [S241] Unknown subject, Pension record of William Barrett; Co. I 15th Iowa Infantry Civil War
    , Affidavit of William Barrett naming children.
  3. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  4. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.

Fred Sterling1 (M)

     Fred Sterling married Mina Lillian Barrett, daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry, on 6 September 1899.

Citations

  1. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.

Claus A. Sterling1 (M)

     Claus A. Sterling married Catharine Amy Barrett, daughter of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry, on 17 July 1895 at South Dakota.2
     Claus A. Sterling is head of household on the census of 5 May 1910 at Wenatchee, Chelan County, Washington, as C. A. Sterling, a 40 year old male born in Sweden. Enumerated with were Catharine Amy Barrett.3

     Child of Claus A. Sterling and Catharine Amy Barrett:
Caroline Sterling   b. c 1896

Citations

  1. [S82] Obituary of Elizabeth Curry Barrett.
  2. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, (Curry.IN.115).
  3. [S1569] 1910 Chelan County Washington U.S. Census, unknown repository address, SD 3, ED 305, Sheet 1B, Household 22.

William M. Waters1,2 (M)
d. 12 March 1879

     William M. Waters married Easter Amanda Curry, daughter of Thomas M. Currey and Jane Barnes, before 1859.3 William M. Waters died on 12 March 1879 at Howard County, Indiana.4
     He was one of leading merchants at Honey Creek Twp., Howard Co., Indiana.5 He was admitted to the bar in 1858 at Howard Co., Indiana.6

     Children of William M. Waters and Easter Amanda Curry:
Clara Webster Waters   b. c 1855, d. 26 Aug 1858
Rosa Waters   b. c 1859
Mary C. Waters   b. c 1861
James E. Waters   b. c 1863
Kate Waters   b. c 1868

Citations

  1. [S71] Letter, E. G. Naylor to W. H. English, 30 April 1886.
  2. [S1049] 1870 U.S. Census Howard County Indiana, p. 389 (Curry.Cen.109).
  3. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  4. [S200] Charles Blanchard, Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana, p. 203 (Curry.IN.140).
  5. [S200] Charles Blanchard, Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana, p. 196 (Curry.IN.093).
  6. [S200] Charles Blanchard, Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana, p. 203 (Curry.IN.093).

May Curry1 (F)
b. circa 1864, d. 28 March 1901
Pop-up Pedigree

     May Curry was born circa 1864.1 She was the daughter of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick. May Curry married Daniel Belden on 25 December 1897 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,2 May Curry died on 28 March 1901 at Holt Co., Missouri.1,3

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 26.
  2. [S525] Register of Marriages : Book 3, page 144.
  3. [S968] St. Joseph Gazette-Herald, "News of Our Neighbors: Oregon, MO" 2 April 1901, page 3 col. 5 (Curry.MO.048).

Hattie Harris1 (F)
b. 8 May 1875, d. 19 January 1946

     Hattie Harris married Montz Curry, son of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick.1 Hattie Harris was born on 8 May 1875 at Richmond, Kentucky.1,2,3 She died on 19 January 1946 at Holt Co., Missouri, at age 70.1,2,3 She was buried after 19 January 1946 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.2,3

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 16. Unknown file reference.
  3. [S495] Photography, Tompstone, Oregon City Cemetery, Holt Co. MO, Hattie Curry. (Curry.MO.046).

Ethel Welty1 (F)
b. 1881, d. 1959

     Ethel Welty married William R. Curry, son of Tom Curry and Wilhelmina Fiegenbaum.1 Ethel Welty married Charles Geiger.1 Ethel Welty was born in 1881 at Philadelphia, Ohio.1,2 She died in 1959 at St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., Missouri.1,3 She was buried in 1959 at Oregon City Cemetery, Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.3

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.
  2. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., vol. 1 pg 8. Unknown file reference.
  3. [S139] Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Holt County, Missouri Volume I: Maple Grove -- Oregon, Mo., p. 8. Unknown file reference.

Charles Geiger1 (M)

     Charles Geiger married Ethel Welty.1

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 92.

Daniel Belden1 (M)

     Daniel Belden married May Curry, daughter of James Barnes Curry and Mary Ellen Philbrick, on 25 December 1897 at Oregon City, Holt County, Missouri.1,2

Citations

  1. [S76] Eileen Derr, Gone Home, p. 26.
  2. [S525] Register of Marriages : Book 3, page 144.

Mathew W. Mitchell1,2,3 (M)
b. circa 1826

     Mathew W. Mitchell was born circa 1826 at Indiana.2 He married Marie Antionette Curry, daughter of Providence Moyntz Currey and Amanda D. Hill, on 13 December 1857 at Lane Co., Oregon.2,4

     Children of Mathew W. Mitchell and Marie Antionette Curry:
L. C. Mitchell   b. c 1859
Cary Dell Mitchell   b. c 1864
Frank Mitchell   b. c 1871
Fanney Mitchell   b. c 1871

Citations

  1. According to census.
  2. [S98] 1860 U.S. Census Lane County, Oregon, p. 250, dwelling no. 30, family no. 30.
  3. [S509] Estate File 13, petition for removal of Wm. B. Campbell as administrator of P M Curry estate. (Curry.OR.091).
  4. [S394] Marriage Record, Lane Co. OR, Oregon State Archives, Salem, Oregon, book A, page 89 (Doc. #: Curry.OR.057).

L. C. Mitchell1 (M)
b. circa 1859
Pop-up Pedigree

     L. C. Mitchell was born circa 1859 at Oregon; calculated from census.1 He was the son of Mathew W. Mitchell and Marie Antionette Curry.1

Citations

  1. [S98] 1860 U.S. Census Lane County, Oregon, p. 250, dwelling no. 30, family no. 30.

Jennie Clarissa Gaines1,2 (F)
b. 23 July 1843, d. 12 February 1922

     Jennie Clarissa Gaines was born on 27 July 1842 at Fulton Co., Illinois.2 She was born on 23 July 1843 at Springfield, Illinois.3,4 She married George B. Currey, son of Providence Moyntz Currey and Amanda D. Hill, on 15 December 1864 at Yamhill County, Oregon.5,6,7,8,9,10 Jennie Clarissa Gaines died on 12 February 1922 at LaGrande, Union Co., Oregon, at age 78.4,11,12,13 She was buried on 14 February 1922 at Grandview Cemetery, LaGrande, Union Co., Oregon.11
     She resided on 19 September 1912 at Union Co., Oregon.14

     Children of Jennie Clarissa Gaines and George B. Currey:
George Hoskins Currey+   b. 6 Nov 1865, d. 28 May 1948
Fred Barlow Curry+   b. 18 Oct 1874, d. 29 Nov 1959

Citations

  1. [S100] "Obituary of Colonel George B. Currey," La Grande Evening Observer, 3 Mar 1906, p. 1, col. 4.
  2. [S232] Unknown subject, Pension Record of George B. Currey, Affidavit of Amanda S. Rinehart.
  3. [S208] Cemetery Records, LaGrande Cemetery Maintenance District, LaGrande, OR, Grandview Cemetery Printout.
  4. [S208] Cemetery Records, LaGrande Cemetery Maintenance District, LaGrande, OR, Tombstone Inscription.
  5. [S100] "Obituary of Colonel George B. Currey," La Grande Evening Observer, 3 Mar 1906, p. 1 col. 4 (Doc. #: Curry.OR.012).
  6. [S232] Unknown subject, Pension Record of George B. Currey, Affidavit of Jennic C. CURREY for widow's pension; copy of marriage license from page 113, Book B, Yamhill Co. OR marriage records (Doc. #: Curry.OR.023).
  7. [S232] Unknown subject, Pension Record of George B. Currey, Copy of Marriage License from Yamhill County court, State of Oregon (Doc. #: Curry.OR.023).
  8. [S319] Fern, Ella Vick and Hazel Horlin Smith, Genealogcial data from the Pacific Christian Advocate, Marriages (Doc. #: CURRY.OR.043).
  9. [S948] Pioneers of Oregon, George B. Currey, Curry.OR.157.
  10. [S954] George B. Currey, Biography and Portrait Oregon Historical Society, (Currey.OR.163).
  11. [S208] Cemetery Records, LaGrande Cemetery Maintenance District, LaGrande, OR, Grandview Cemetery Page.
  12. [S512] Record of Deaths, Deaths 1 Jan 1921 to 1 Sept 1925.
  13. [S232] Unknown subject, Pension Record of George B. Currey, Drop Report --Pensioner Jennie C. Currrey (Doc. #: Curry.OR.023).
  14. [S508] Petition for Guardianship. Curry.OR.090.

George Hoskins Currey1 (M)
b. 6 November 1865, d. 28 May 1948
Pop-up Pedigree

     George Hoskins Currey was born on 6 November 1865 at Fort Vancouver, Washington.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of George B. Currey and Jennie Clarissa Gaines.1,5,6,7 George Hoskins Currey married Edith Huntington on 20 December 1888 at La Grande, Union Co., Oregon.2,8,9 George Hoskins Currey died on 28 May 1948 at LaGrande, Union Co., Oregon, at age 82.2,10 He was buried after 28 May 1948 at Grandview Cemetery, LaGrande, Union Co., Oregon.2
     He appeared on the census of 5 August 1870 at Willamette PRecinct, Yamhill Co., Oregon.11 He was receiver on 3 June 1878 at Baker City, Baker Co., Oregon.12 He appeared on the census of 2 June 1880 at Canyon City, Grant Co., Oregon.13,14 On 21 August 1923, George Hoskins Currey of La Grande, Oregon wrote Mrs. Wilber A. Jones of Klamath Falls, Oregon. In the letter he related a story of the early settlement of the Curreys.15

     Children of George Hoskins Currey and Edith Huntington:
George Huntington Currey+
Helen C. Currey   b. 1894
Albert H. Currey+   b. 10 Apr 1899

Citations

  1. [S101] LaGrande Evening Observer, 2 Mar 1906, 1, p. 1, col. 1.
  2. [S208] Cemetery Records, LaGrande Cemetery Maintenance District, LaGrande, OR, Grandview Cemetery page.
  3. [S208] Cemetery Records, LaGrande Cemetery Maintenance District, LaGrande, OR, Tompstone Inscription.
  4. [S232] Unknown subject, Pension Record of George B. Currey, affidavit no. 1260681 of Geo. B. CURREY as part of pension application. (Doc. #: Curry.OR.023).
  5. [S948] Pioneers of Oregon, George B. Currey, Curry.OR.157.
  6. [S1031] Letter, Mrs. Henry Benson to Mrs. William Jones, 14 March 1923, (Curry.OR.201).
  7. [S508] Petition for Guardianship. Curry.OR.090.
  8. [S319] Fern, Ella Vick and Hazel Horlin Smith, Genealogcial data from the Pacific Christian Advocate, Vol. 3 Marriages (Doc. #: CURRY.0R.043).
  9. [S407] Union County, Oregon Marriage Record : Book E, page 142 (Curry.OR.088/099).
  10. [S208] Cemetery Records, LaGrande Cemetery Maintenance District, LaGrande, OR, Tombstone Inscription.
  11. [S237] 1870 U.S. Census Oregon, Yamhill County, page 53 (M593-1288).
  12. [S402] Unknown date unknown record type, unknown location : Book G, page 660 (Doc. #: CURREY.OR.067) unknown repository.
  13. [S235] 1880 U.S. Census Oregon, Grant Co. e.d. 48; page 6 (T9-1081).
  14. [S376] The Federal Census of 1880 for Grant County OR, p. 44, #65.
  15. [S944] Nellie Rose Jones, "Curry Family Research", Letter for George H. Currey (Curry.OR.196).

Fred Barlow Curry1,2 (M)
b. 18 October 1874, d. 29 November 1959
Pop-up Pedigree

     Fred Barlow Curry married Carrie E. (?).3 Fred Barlow Curry was born on 18 October 1873 at Canyon City, Grant Co., Oregon.4 He was born on 18 October 1874 at Canyon City, Grant Co., Oregon.5,6,2 He was the son of George B. Currey and Jennie Clarissa Gaines.1,4,2,7,8 Fred Barlow Curry died on 29 November 1959 at Salem, Marion Co., Oregon, at age 85.1,9,4 He was buried on 1 December 1959 at Salem, Marion Co., Oregon.4
     He was city manager for three years at LaGrande, Union Co., Oregon.4 He was manager state fair at Oregon.10 He was served on Oregon Journal Staff at Oregon.11 He was member State Fair Board at Oregon.4 He was member State Prohibition Department at Oregon.4 He appeared on the census of 2 June 1880 at Canyon City, Grant Co., Oregon.12,13 He was bought San Leandro Standard after 1917 at San Leandro, California.4 He resided in 1923 at Salem, Marion, Oregon.4

     Children of Fred Barlow Curry and Carrie E. (?):
Leroy B. Curry   b. 24 Mar 1893
Carol G. Curry   b. Nov 1897
Gladys B. Curry   b. c 1901, d. a 22 Jan 1923

Citations

  1. [S101] LaGrande Evening Observer, 2 Mar 1906, 1, p. 1, col. 1.
  2. [S948] Pioneers of Oregon, George B. Currey, Curry.OR.157.
  3. [S236] 1900 U.S. Census Oregon, Union Co., e.d. 126, page 1.
  4. [S295] Obituary Clipping, "Ex-Publisher Dies at 86." OREGONIAN 1 Dec 1959 p. 33 col. 5.
  5. [S232] Unknown subject, Pension Record of George B. Currey, affidavit no. 160681 of Geo. B. CURREY as part of pension application (Doc. #: Curry.OR.023).
  6. [S389] Lorna Elliott, Wasco County OR Birth and Death Extracts 1870-1879, p. 79 31 Oct 1874 (Doc. #: Curry.OR.052).
  7. [S1031] Letter, Mrs. Henry Benson to Mrs. William Jones, 14 March 1923, (Curry.OR.201).
  8. [S508] Petition for Guardianship. Curry.OR.090.
  9. [S295] Obituary Clipping, "Pioneer News Publisher Currey Dies." OREGON STATESMAN 30 Nov 1959 p. 2 col. 7 (Curry.OR.036).
  10. [S951] The Oregonian, "Octogenarians Retrace Youth" The Sunday Oregonian, 5 May 1946, page 19 col. 5 (Curry.OR.159).
  11. [S295] Obituary Clipping, "Pioneer News Publisher Currey Dies." OREGON STATESMAN 30 Nov 1959 p. 2 col. 7.
  12. [S235] 1880 U.S. Census Oregon, Grant County, e.d. 48; pg 6 (T9-1081).
  13. [S376] The Federal Census of 1880 for Grant County OR, p. 44 #65.

John McClure1 (M)
Pop-up Pedigree

     John McClure was the son of Charles W. McClure and Lucy A. Currie.1,2

Citations

  1. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433.
  2. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433 (Doc. #: Curry.OH.016).

Walter McClure1 (M)
Pop-up Pedigree

     Walter McClure was the son of Charles W. McClure and Lucy A. Currie.1,2

Citations

  1. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433.
  2. [S112] Memorial Record fo Butler Co. Ohio, p. 433 (Doc. #: Curry.OH.016).

James Currey1 (M)
b. between 1775 and 1800, d. 12 June 1828
Pop-up Pedigree

     James Currey was born between 1775 and 1800. He was the son of John Curry and Margaret Adams.2 James Currey married Isabella Hogg on 8 April 1813 at Knox County, Indiana.3,2,4 James Currey died on 12 June 1828 at Knox Co., Indiana.3
     He served with George Rogers Clark in Illinois Campain 1778 in 1778.5 He was granted 108 acres in Clark's grant for service with George Rogers Clark in Illinois Campaign in 1778 after 1778 at Indiana.5 He served second lieutenant in company of rangers organized to protect settlers from marauding Indians after 1811.5 He resided on 7 September 1811 at Springville Twp., Clark Co., Indiana, and is listed as a voter.6 He served quartermaster sergeant in Indiana militia under Lt. Col. Bartholomew between 11 September 1811 and 24 November 1811 at Indiana.7 He served as a citizen of Clark County in the Indiana Territory on 7 January 1813 at Expedition on the Wabash, Indiana.8

     Children of James Currey and Isabella Hogg:
Washington W. Currey   b. 1814, d. 26 Jul 1872
John F. Currey   b. 28 Feb 1824, d. 30 Oct 1889

Citations

  1. Purchased land in Montgomery Co., IN at approx. same time as Providence and Thomas.
  2. [S735] Dix Jennings, e-mail to Marcia Philbrick, Jan 1999, (Curry.IN.120).
  3. [S576] Card File: Battle of Tippecanoe Roster of Militia, (Curry.IN.067), unknown repository.
  4. [S437] Marriage Records Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee (CD #002), CD-ROM, Knox County Indiana (Curry.IN.122).
  5. [S228] Letter, Indiana State Archives to Marcia Philbrick, 24 April 1997, dated 24 April 1997.
  6. [S197] Charles M. Franklin, Indiana Territorial Pioneer Records 1801-1815, P.20.
  7. [S228] Letter, Indiana State Archives to Marcia Philbrick, 24 April 1997, dated 24 April 1997, refers to Alfred Pirtle's _The Battle of Tippecanoe_ (Filson Club Publications No. 15, Louisville, KY: John P. MOrton and Company, 1900) p. 112.
  8. [S196] Charles M. Frankli, Indiana Territorial Pioneer Records 1801-1820 Volume II, P. 14.

James Barnes1 (M)

     James Barnes married Catherine McCabe.
     James Barnes left a will on 3 March 1838 at Carroll Co., Indiana, which Names: wife Catherin Barns; Children Jane Curry, Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, Joh n Barns, Alexander Barns, James H. Barns, William A. Barns, Thomas Barns.2

     Child of James Barnes and Catherine McCabe:
Jane Barnes+   d. a 1853

Citations

  1. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  2. [S161] DAR, Wills of Carroll County, Indiana, 1830-1897, P. 2
    .

Catherine McCabe1 (F)

     Catherine McCabe married James Barnes.

     Child of Catherine McCabe and James Barnes:
Jane Barnes+   d. a 1853

Citations

  1. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.

Phillip Grant Barrett1,2 (M)
b. 3 March 1865, d. 1865
Pop-up Pedigree

     Phillip Grant Barrett died in 1865.3 He was born on 3 March 1865.3 He was the son of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.2,3

Citations

  1. Twin of T. S. Barrett.
  2. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  3. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.

Robert William Barrett1 (M)
b. 1861, d. 1862
Pop-up Pedigree

     Robert William Barrett was born in 1861.2 He was the son of William Barrett and Elizabeth Jane Curry.1,2 Robert William Barrett died in 1862.2

Citations

  1. [S73] Family group sheet for Thomas M. and Jane (Barnes) CURRY.
  2. [S307] Robert E. Spraque, "Descendants of William Barrett", Robert E. Sprague, 16919 Ninth Ave. KPN, Home WA 98349 Phone 253-884-2716, e-mail e-mail address; daughter, Suzanne Sprague e-mail e-mail address, p. 1.

Sarah Sellers (F)
b. 17 November 1783, d. 8 February 1861
Pop-up Pedigree

     Sarah Sellers was born on 17 November 1783. She was the daughter of Nathan A. Sellers and Sarah Finley.1,2,3 Sarah Sellers married Samuel Snodgrass on 21 October 1805 at Bourbon Co., Kentucky.4,5 Sarah Sellers died on 8 February 1861 at Preble County, Ohio, at age 77. She was buried at Mound Hill Union, Eaton, Preble County, Ohio.

     Child of Sarah Sellers and Samuel Snodgrass:
Lutitia Snodgrass+   b. 22 Jul 1805, d. 31 Mar 1903

Citations

  1. [S819] R. E. Lowry, History of Preble County Ohio, p. 728 (Duggins. OH.006).
  2. [S821] Anita Short and Ruth Bowers, Preble County Ohio Will Abstracts 1808-1836, p. 18 (Duggins.OH.010).
  3. [S841] "Early Settlers and Revolutionary Soldiers Preble County Ohio", (Sellers.OH.007).
  4. [S844] Shirley Dunn, Lincoln County Kentucky Marriages 1780-1850, (Sellers.KY.002).
  5. [S845] Michael L. Cook, Bourbon County Kentucky Marriage Bonds 1786-1835, p. 44 (Sellers.KY.014).

Samuel Snodgrass (M)
d. circa 1824

     Samuel Snodgrass married Sarah Sellers, daughter of Nathan A. Sellers and Sarah Finley, on 21 October 1805 at Bourbon Co., Kentucky.1,2 Samuel Snodgrass died circa 1824 at Harrison County, Kentucky.3

     Child of Samuel Snodgrass and Sarah Sellers:
Lutitia Snodgrass+   b. 22 Jul 1805, d. 31 Mar 1903

Citations

  1. [S844] Shirley Dunn, Lincoln County Kentucky Marriages 1780-1850, (Sellers.KY.002).
  2. [S845] Michael L. Cook, Bourbon County Kentucky Marriage Bonds 1786-1835, p. 44 (Sellers.KY.014).
  3. [S694] Biographical History of Tippecanoe, White, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Warren and Pulaski Counties, Indiana, p.885 (Crawford.IN.024).


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