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Re: Curl family migration to Ohio
Posted by: Carol Date: March 05, 2001 at 16:21:37
In Reply to: Curl family migration to Ohio by Don Coolidge of 949

William CURL

BORN: 7 SEP 1754, Blissland Parish, Virginia
DIED: 19 JAN 1841, Spring Hills (Logan County), Ohio
BURIED: , Olive Chapel Cemetery, Miami Township, Ohio
MARRIED: Sarah BROWN, 1 MAR 1776, Hampshire County, Virginia
1.Mary Ball CURL
2.Jeremiah CURL
3.Rachel CURL
4.Elizabeth CURL
5.Thomas CURL
6.Nancy CURL
7.Sarah CURL
8.William CURL Jr.
9.Charity CURL
10.Isaac CURL
        11. John CURL
After the war ended, William and Sarah raised
a family of eleven children, all of whom except the last two were born in VA. They came to OH in 1791, soon after the state was first settled. In 1803, thefamily lived in Warren Co., on a plot of land known as "Todd's Fork".
In the late 1800's, William and Sarah, as well as all their children, left Warren Co. and travelled north to live with the Asbury community in Clark Co., then known as Champaign Co.

William's daughter Racher md. Jacob Swisher is my line.
Hope this helps. CArol


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