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From: Genie <>
Subject: Re: [CURTIS] Curtis
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 15:49:12 -0700 (PDT)
In-Reply-To: <OFCDD7E25F.1C80EDF7-ON86256D49.0071253C-86256D49.0072FF50@rockwellcollins.com>


Here's my 2 cents worth <smile>. I found two
Curtises in the 1860 census in Copake, Columbia
Co., NY, but none in 1820 (don't have 1830-1850
indexes):

On pg. 250,

Curtis, Gitty, 79, f, b NY
Sarah Ann, f, 45, b Ny, seamstress
Samuel P., m, 19, b NY, farm labor

On pg. 271,

Curtis, William F., 49, master stone mason
Clarissa f, 44
Langdon m, 19, farm labor
Egbert m, 16
Philo W., m,10
Aarin(or Darin?), m, 9
(All were born NY.)

Note: There was a Zacheus Curtice in 1820 in
Columbia Co., but in a place named Chatham.

--- wrote:
> Sorry, I have to add my two cents in here. The
> other day when the first
> e-mail from Don Curtis showed up, my heart did
> a quick flop. My father's
> name was also Don Curtis. He passed away two
> years ago this month and it
> was a bit of a shock to see an e-mail with his
> name again. His name was
> Donald W. Curtis, born April 1, 1938 in Iowa
> City, IA and died in La
> Harpe, Illinois. His family that I am looking
> for are from Copake, New
> York in 1830's.


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