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Re: William Curl, Montgomery Co, Ky
Posted by: Bob Curl Date: March 18, 2001 at 19:23:10
In Reply to: Re: William Curl, Montgomery Co, Ky by wanda curl of 947

Hi Wanda,I am searching for the parantage of Richard Martin Curl, My g/grandfather. He was born in bath Co. Ky around 1840 and died in the coal mines in Terre Haute, In in 1894. He joind the Confederate Army, 3rd Ky Mounted Rifles in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co, Ky in 1862 along with a S. Curl and George Curl. He was wounded in southern In. during Morgans raid and was found and nursed back to health by a Union soldier, Samuel Partlow. If you have any further info let me

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