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Re: Curl/ William Curl/ Burl Curl
Posted by: Sherryl Ann Curl-Rojo Date: January 26, 2002 at 00:37:35
In Reply to: Jeremiah Curl/ William Curl/ Burl Curl by Vickie (Curl) Martin of 949

about 20 years ago, a cousin and I went through records at the court house (long before computers) and got a lot of info on our curls. I'll starat with my fathers side, but he has all the papers at this time. I will talk with him this week end and see if there is a way we match up somewhere. I always wanted to be a magnolia blossum...instead we got two prisons up here. my dad has 6 daughters by 3 different wives...couldn't make up his mind.. Im the eldest of the second wife. if this works out for you, we'll get you dates and everything. ready?
five sons were born to Charles Edward Curl /Cecelia Ford
1989-1957 died young 1939
Charles edward Jr. (joliet)
Thomas Curl (kankakee bourbanee, area)
Maynard Patrick (joliet)
Robert Curl (Joliet)
baby boy died at birth april fools day.

the father of charles edward curl sr is: Thomas Curl (at least two brothers William and Charles) Hes buried in wilton center off of route 52. charles mother was fannie day curl. all these people have long passed but like I said some of it I can get soon,, Great-gr-grandfater Thomas and his very large family of brothers and sisters came over on a boat from England. we went clear back to the 16th century. cousin ray benn and myself, we met at cemetaries... those younger days. i hope i've helped you in some way. take care.... sherry curl-rojo

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