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Re: Curnutt families of Missouri
Posted by: Penny Curnutt Charlton Date: February 21, 2002 at 08:50:03
In Reply to: Re: Curnutt families of Missouri by Annette Forest of 319

I am so glad to hear from you also. We are both a direct line of these Curnutts. My great Grandfather Marshall Curnutt was a brother to your Great grandfather James Franklin. Marshall married a Susan Davis. Later he married a Maggie Dawson which would be my grandfather Vaughn Curnutts mother. so Vaughns parents were Marshall and Maggie Curnutt. Vaughn Curnutt married Selma Eidson. They had 2 sons . Harold Curnutt and Homer Curnutt. Homer was my father. Harold married Betty? They lived their life in Oregon. Betty is still alive . Their Children are Karen,Keith, Raymond and Kevin Curnutt. My father Homer married Alberta Eidson. They had 4 children. Clifford, Cloyd, Kenny and myself Penny. Harolds children are from the Oregon area but me and my brothers do still live in Camden County. There is a website that has some pictures of the Curnutts on it. It also has some family tree charts but alot of the dates are wrong on some of these. Just type in Curnutt families of Missouri and you will be taken to the site. You didnt mention who your Parents were? It seems that the generation of your parents and my grandfather is where the info. stops. Looking forward to hearing from you again. Penny

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