John B Curl and Charity Williams

 

Submitted By: Shirley Lindley

Husband: Rev. John B. Curl
Born: 1790 in Virginia
Died: January 28 1861 in Adams County, Illinois
Married:
Father: Bennet Curl
Mother: Fzabella

Wife: Charity Williams
Born: 1793 in Kentucky
Died: 1879 in Adams County, Illinois
Father: Vincent Williams
Mother: Nancy

Children:
1. Name: Nancy Curl
Born: abt: 1818 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died:
Married:
Spouse: John Carson

2. Name: David Curl
Born: February 10 1813 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died: October 27 1897 in Adams County, Illinois
Married:
Spouse: Ann Curry

3. Name: Malinda Curl
Born: December 11 1814 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died: July 30 1890 in Blakeman, Rawlins County, Kansas
Married: August 02 1832 in Adams County, Illinois
Spouse: Josiah Gaunt

4. Name: Mildred Curl
Born: 1816 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died:
Married:
Spouse: Unknown Kelly

5. Name: Elizabeth Curl
Born: 1824 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died:
Married:
Spouse: William Mandred Curry

6. Name: Francis Curl
Born: August 03 1826 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died: September 24 1908 in Adams County, Kentucky

7. Name: Rebecca Curl
Born: 1831 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died:
Married:
Spouse:

8. Name: John V. Curl
Born: August 22 1831 in Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died: September 14 1872 in Livingston County, Missouri
Spouse: Elizabeth

Sources:
US Census 1840 Adams County, Illinois
US Census 1850 Adams County Illinois
US Census 1870 Livingston County, Missouri
[Note: John V. Curl, Listed as John V. Kerle] Green Hills Pioneers - Rootweb Rootweb: assistance

John B. Curl was set forward in the ministry by Long Run Church, in Jefferson County, Kentucky. After preaching sometime as a licentiate, he was ordained, in 1826.

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