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Re: John Tyre CURL 1781-1858 VA>NC>TN
Posted by: Kathie J Creveling Date: February 07, 2001 at 16:13:51
In Reply to: John Tyre CURL 1781-1858 VA>NC>TN by Linda Schnacke of 948

My g-g-g-grandfather was John Tyre Curl. I am of the line of William Henry Curl, Paschal Henry Curl, George Thomas Curl and my grandfather was James Paschal Curl. The Curls from this line were part of the Land Run in Oklahoma (G.Thomas Curl). He died in 1907. His wife was Martha Ann Hopkins. She stayed in Oklahoma and raised six children in the wild lands as a true pioneer woman. I am curious as to the origins of the curls. I have back to James Curl of 1760,in VA. I have two other names and names of children, but can't find where they originated from and when they immagrated to America. If you have any information, please let me know. I will share with you any information I can.


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