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Descendants of William Horn


      21. Isaac4 Horn (Henry3, William2, Hypothetical1)32 was born May 7, 1742 in Wayne County, NC, and died 1782 in NC32. He married Edith Richardson July 3, 1761 in Rich Square, Northampton Co, NC, daughter of Thomas Richardson and Phoebe Purcell. She died May 1801 in Nash county, NC.

Notes for Isaac Horn:
From Notes of David Price: p2. " Isaac Horn (disowned by Quakers 16 Jul 1768).
B 7 May 1742. D abt 1782 Married at Rich Square, Northampton Co, NC, 3 July 1761, Edith Richeson(daughter of Thomas and Phebe Purcell Richeson) (per HBJ) who died Nash Co NC may 1801.

Feb 98: Some sources have misspelled Richardson as Richeson. Various individuals entered in duplicate as a result of this error were merged and names changed to Richardson. RGH.

Acc to Gwen B. Horn's annotations, four children of Isaac Horn are named (Nathaniel, Jacob, Rhoda, and Mary), and she also lists 9 children of this Jacob, entered herein.
     
Children of Isaac Horn and Edith Richardson are:
+ 82 i.   Nathan Duncan5 Horn, born May 1762 in Rich Square, Northampton Co, NC; died 1834 in Simpson Co, KY.
+ 83 ii.   Jacob Horn.
  84 iii.   Rhoda Horn.
  85 iv.   Mary Horn.


      22. Henry4 Horn, Jr. (Henry3, William2, Hypothetical1) was born June 10, 1744 in Edgecombe, NC33, and died February 5, 1785 in Edgecombe, NC34. He married Sarah Battle December 2, 1765 in Edgecombe County, NC, daughter of Elisha Battle and Elizabeth Sumner. She was born 1743, and died 1798 in Edgecombe County, NC.

Notes for Henry Horn, Jr.:
The Battle Book lists Milberry Horn who married Joseph Phillips as the first child of Henry Horn, Jr and Sarah Battle, but this is strongly regarded as an ERROR by David Price, and Gwen B. Horn. Hugh Johnston also.

Gwen believes that Milberry lived with this family as a child (another 'orphan' of Col Wm), after her mother, Mary Thomas, died. This circumstance probably accounts for the misinformation in the Battle Books.

Notes for Sarah Battle:
See Edgecomb will, 1799. All six children named.
     
Children of Henry Horn and Sarah Battle are:
  86 i.   Piety5 Horn, born December 10, 1767 in Edgecombe County, NC; died November 27, 1815 in Robertson County, TN35. She married Josiah Fort January 17, 1788 in Edgecombe County, NC; born September 8, 1762 in Edgecombe County, NC35; died April 21, 1848 in Robertson County, TN35.
  Notes for Piety Horn:
After marriage, Josiah Fort and Piety Horn moved to Robertson County TN, acc to
Family data from BIBLE RECORDS OF EDGECOMB COUNTY NC, by Williams and Griffin, F262,.E2W514, Tenn State Library.

+ 87 ii.   Charity Horn, born October 20, 1769.
  88 iii.   Celia Horn, born February 21, 1779; died March 1, 1834. She married (1) Lemuel Sugg II; born 1767; died 1812. She married (2) Josiah Fort December 2, 1819 in Robertson County, TN35; born September 8, 1762 in Edgecombe County, NC35; died April 21, 1848 in Robertson County, TN35.
  Notes for Celia Horn:
According to Polk, Selah married twice, first to Josiah Fort, her former brother-in-law (husband of Piety). No other info given.
Acc to Family data from BIBLE RECORDS OF EDGECOMB COUNTY NC, by Williams and Griffin, F262,.E2W514, Tenn State Library., correct name is Celia.
First married Lemuel Sugg, and 2nd married Josiah Fort.

  Marriage Notes for Celia Horn and Josiah Fort:
Married Josiah Fort after the death of her sister Piety. Josiah Fort and Lemuel Sugg II were first cousins. Papers of David Price, Jr.

+ 89 iv.   Henry E. Horn, born 1785 in Edgecombe County, NC; died 1842 in Gadsden County, Florida territory..


      23. Jacob4 Horn (Henry3, William2, Hypothetical1) was born March 10, 1747/48 in NC, and died 1827 in Edgecombe County, NC35. He married (1) Elizabeth Unknown35 Bef. 1778. He married (2) Millicent Thomas 1781, daughter of John Thomas and Christinator Roberts.

Notes for Jacob Horn:
The Notes of David Price, p2 and p 7, state the following:
"Jacob Horn (of Edgecomb co NC, dismissed by Quakers 16 Sept 1775; will 18 Sep 1826, proved Feb Court 1827). B 10 March 1748 - D 1827, 1 married Elizabeth _______, 2 married in 1781 Millicent Thomas of Edgecombe(daughter of Rev John Thomas Jr) (2w=Patience Williams per HBJ) (Millicent not the mother of Ch thru Edie per HBJ)" HBJ is papers of Hugh B. Johnston, NC historian.

There is an extensive listing of material on Jacob Horn in the Ray Horn book, p 161 et seq.

From this material it is clear that Jacob lived near and interacted with 1) his brother-in-law, Wilson Curl, husband of Mourning Horn (Jacob's twin sister), as well as near to 2) his brother Joel, who would die in 1793, leaving some of his children (Harris, Milbrie, and Rebecca) under the care of Jacob, when they all lived in the Rocky Mount area, on Compass Creek and later, after they moved a few miles south, in the vicinity of Tosneot swamp, near Wilson. Jacob's nephew, Josiah Horn, who would also care for some of Joel's children and who would emigrate to TN in 1800 with Wilson and Mourning Curl, also lived in this area, on Stony Creek in the late 1700's.

At this point in the Ray Horn discussion (p 161) of Jacob Horn, the observation is made that after Jacob's purchase of the Tosneot swamp property in 1783 and his relocation there, "this family is closely related to Elisha Thomas Horne and his family in Alabama", reflecting the fact that many of Jacob's children moved to and died in Alabama.

The above discussion is pertinent to a consideration of the possible parentage of Elisha Thomas Horn.

Elsewhere (in the Notes to Josiah Horn) I have speculated that the infant Elisha Thomas Horn may have been transported from his birthplace in NC to TN in about 1800, along with Josiah Horn and family and Wilson Curl, wife Mourning, their daughter, Sarah, and her husband, Edward Moore, then transported south via Maury county, TN and then into Alabama, along with the Moore's. In this highly speculative scenario, the parent(s) of ETH have been considered to be either 1) an unacknowledged son of "Colonel William" Horn, Josiah's father, or 2) an illegimate son of either Milbrie Horn or Rebecca Horn, orphaned daughters of Joel Horn and Ann Harris, who were under the guardianship of Jacob Horn after 1793. Gwen Horne and others have also considered the possibility that one of Joel's orphaned sons, under the care of Jacob and/or Josiah, might have fathered ETH.

In the Ray Horn book, referred to above, there are numerous citations naming Jacob in the public records of North Carolina during the period of 1776 to 1807. In the 1810 census, Jacob and his family are recorded in the Farmer's District of Edgecomb County. No other citations are listed until 1821, when Jacob deeded property to his sons. Jacob's Edgecomb county will was signed in 1826 and probated in 1827.

It is of interest, as I have noted in the notes to Josiah Horn, a Jacob Horn appears on the 1811 Davidson County Tax List, but I have no other record of Jacob Horn in Tenn. I have considered the possibility that Jacob came to Tennessee for a while and then returned to Edgecomb where his will was probated in 1826/27. Consider the possibility that Jacob was the father of ETH, by one of Joel's daughters, ?Milbrie, and that he was in Tennessee in regard to ETH and his possibly living with Josiah, Mourning Curl, etc, prior to his appearance in Alabama, where he lived in proximity to several of the children of Jacob Horn.]

Notes for Millicent Thomas:
Cousin of Mary Thomas, ie, the second wife of Col William Horn

Marriage Notes for Jacob Horn and Millicent Thomas:
Acc. to David Price, Jacob Horn was also married to an Elizabeth ?, who may have been the mother of some of the listed children.
     
Child of Jacob Horn and Elizabeth Unknown is:
  90 i.   John5 Horn, born 1776.
     
Children of Jacob Horn and Millicent Thomas are:
+ 91 i.   John5 Horn, born September 14, 1776 in Edgecombe Co, NC; died September 28, 1842 in Sumner County, AL.
+ 92 ii.   Jeremiah Horn, born October 21, 1793 in Edgecombe Co, NC; died February 19, 1875 in Sumpter County, AL.
+ 93 iii.   Josiah Robert Horn, born 1797 in Edgecombe County, NC; died October 1840 in Sumter County, AL.
  94 iv.   Millicent Horn. She married Joseph Farmer.
  95 v.   William Horn, born 1782; died Abt. 1855 in Choctau County, AL. He married (1) Nancy Holland February 26, 1800 in Edgecombe County, NC; died 1829 in NC. He married (2) Mary Holland Aft. 1829.
  Notes for Mary Holland:
Acc to David Price, Mary Holland was sister of his 1st wife, Nancy.

+ 96 vi.   Edith Horn.
  97 vii.   Mourning Horn. She married James Cobb36.
+ 98 viii.   Henry Horn.
+ 99 ix.   Thomas Horn.
  100 x.   Patience Horn.


      24. Mourning4 Horn (Henry3, William2, Hypothetical1) was born March 10, 1747/48 in Wayne County, NC, and died February 15, 1829 in Tuscaloosa Co, AL37. She married Wilson Curl. He died Abt. 1802 in Montgomery County, TN.

Notes for Mourning Horn:
Dismissed from Quakers 17 Mar 1769 for marriage to W. Curl.

See Notes to Wilson Curl, her spouse.

Notes for Wilson Curl:
Numerous real estate transactions in Nash County NC, abt 1778-1792, link Wilson Curl and Henry Horn, Mourning's father, as well as other Horn's and Bunn's.

E. G., Henry Horn and Wilson Curl were neighbors in 1779. as described in Nash Co Deed Book 1, p 111 " Henry Watkins of Nash Co to Lewis Hines of same. Aug 30 1779. For 500 pounds current money. A 100 acre plantation on Compass Creek adjoining Henry Horn, Lewis Hines, and Wilson Curl, it being part of a tract granted to Jacob Whitehead by Earl Granville on Mar 16 1761, containing 650 acres. It was conveyed by Whitehead to Francis Jinkins on Feb 11, 1762, by Jinkins to Henry Horn on Aug 4 1768, and by Henry Horn to said Henry Watkins. Wit: Wilson Curl and Lewis Moore. " Note the name, Moore, as witness.

And here, in 1783, Wilson Curl buys land adjoining David Bunn, witnessed by Henry Horn. "261 Nicholas Skinner of Nash Co to Wilson Curl of same, Nov 24 1783. for 100 pounds Va money. 250 acres on the north side of Tar River adjoining David Bunn, it being a tract bought by said Skinner from Jacob Stallings. Wit: H. Horn, Thomas Hunter, Howell Ellen, and Michael Atkinson"

And in 1784, Wilson Curl, and his wife, Mourning, sell land, witnessed by her father, Henry Horn. "275 Wilson Curl and wife, Mourning Curl, of Nash Co to John Watkins of Edgecombe Co. Mar 16 1784. For 75 pounds. 200 acres on the north side of Tar River adjoining Benja. Bunn and David Bunn, it being a tract of land taken up by Jacob Stallings in 1769. Wit: Joseph Exum and H. Horn." and
"276 Wilson Curl and wife, Mourning Curl, of Nash Co to John Watkins of Edgecombe Co. Mar 16 1784. For 65 pounds. 102 acres on the south side of Stoney Creek adjoining Benjamin Bunn and Micajah Revel. Wit: Joseph Exum and H. Horn."

The last NC real estate transaction I have recorded for Wilson Curl is the following: "DB4-139 Wilson Curl of Nash Co to Joseph Curl of same. Feb 28 1792. For 100 pounds Virgina money. A tract of 125 acres on the north side of Tar River and east side of Stoney Creek adjoining Joseph Curl, Josiah Horn, and the meeting house. Wit: Benjamin Bunn and Wilson Vick."

It seems likely that about this time or shortly thereafter Wilson Curl and his wife Mourning (Horn) removed to Montgomery county TN, where Wilson Curl died in 1802. I do not have a record of a property purchase by Wilson Curl in Montgomery County, TN. However, note the following transactions.

Josiah Horn, nephew of Mourning Horn Curl, mentioned in the deed two paragraphs above, purchased property in Mongomery County in 1800 and relocated his family there, on Blooming Grove Creek, residing on 230 acres, adjoining William Wethersby, purchased from Robert Prince on 16 Jan 1800.

On the same date, 16 Jan 1800, Edward More (sic) purchased 150 acres on Blooming Grove Creek from Robert Prince. I am presuming that this Edward "More" is the husband of Sarah Curl, the daughter of Wilson Curl and Mourning Horn.

Although I do not have a recorded purchase of property in Montgomery County by Wilson Curl, note in the following will that Wilson Curl leaves "the house and land where I now live" to his Eldest son, William Curl, and further note that in 1804, William Curl, now living in Stewart County TN, sells "a tract of land lying on the west side of Blooming Grove Creek on Pain's branch, running north on William Wethersby's line, and containing 144 acres." This 144 acres tract is very likely to be the land purchased on 16 Jan 1800, in the name of Edward More, from Robert Prince, adjacent to the plantation of Josiah Horn, Mourning Horn's nephew. (Please note that the witness to the Will of Wilson Curl is William Weathersbee.)


The following is the will of a Wilson Curl, who died in Montgomery County, TN in abt 1802, and who is almost certainly the spouse of Mourning Horn, dtr of Henry the Quaker. The children in this will do not correspond to those listed in the David Price papers, from which I initially obtained some information about Mourning Horn. On the other hand Price names the dtr Sarah and her husband Edward Moore, et seq., apparently correctly. I suspect Price erred here in naming the other children, and that he was unaware of the following will.

      Will Index, VOL A, page 97 Montgomery County TN

In the name of God, Amen, I Wilson Curl of the County of Montgomery and
State of Tennessee, calling to mind the mortality of my Body and knowing it
is appointed for all mankind to die, being weak of body but of Sound mind
and Memory, hath made and ordained this to be my last will and Testament in
manner and form the following VIZT

1st I commit my soul to god who gave it and my body to (___) this with to
be decently buried at the discretion of my (___)

2nd I give and bequeath to my Dear and beloved wife Mourning Curl my negro
man Jiff together with all my stock of every kind, farming utensils and
house hold furniture to be at her disposal.

3rd I give and bequeath to my Eldest Son William Curl the House and Land
where I now live to belong to him & his Heirs forever.

4th I give and bequeath to my Eldest Daughter Lucrecy one Dollar. I will
and bequeath to my 2nd Daughter Sarah the sum of one Dollar, I will and
bequeath to my 3rd Daughter Lurany the Sum of one Dollar, I will and
bequeath to my 4th Daughter Ester the sum of one Dollar, I will and
bequeath to my 5th Daughter Elizabeth the Sum of one Dollar, I will and
bequeath to my 6th Daughter Milicent the Sum of one Dollar, I will and
bequeath to my youngest Son Kinchen Curl the sum of one Dollar. I here
lastly appoint my wife Mourning Curl and my Eldest Son William Curl to be
the Executors of this my Last will and Testament. N.B. the seven last
legacies to be paid by my wife Mourning Curl our of her part. In Testimony
where of I have set my hand and affixed my Seal this 25th of November in
the year of our Lord 1802

                                          Wilson Curl (Seal)

Proven in open Court January Term 1803
Wit: William Weathersbee





Message from Carolyn Young, a descendant of Mourning Horn Curl, now in Ashland, Oregon, 7 Feb 99.


"      There is no doubt that we are dealing with two Wilson Curls, who married two women named Mourning. Mourning Armistead and Mourning Horn.

2. I have the two Wilsons listed, one in the Curl Book and one in the
lineage I just received a few weeks ago, one Married to Mourning Arminstead
and one to Mourning Horn, but both with the same set of parents--Wilson
Curle and Priscilla Meade. Impossible I think. There were both Arminsteads
and Curls in the Nash County area, as were the Horns.(Arminstead/Armistead
spelled both ways). A Joseph Curl married Elizabeth Bunn, Willis Curl
married Sarah Bunn and Lewis Curl married Ann Bunn (three sisters) and
Thomas Curl and Martha Curl. All listed as children of Wilson Curle and
Mourning Armistead.

In the Curl book only Mourning Armistead and Wilson appeared. However,
when a complete lineage of the Curls in my line reached me recently, Wilson
Curl and Mourning Horn appeared in that list, in the place of Mourning A.
and her Wilson, and Mourning Armistead had disappeared. I have a hunch that
Wilson Curl and Priscilla Meade may not be the right parents for our pair,
but I shall have to search. I have struggled with these two Mournings for
years.

In a letter from Mr. Curl, he states:
**      The eldest son of Wilson was William Curl, b. 24 Aug. 1779, NC and his second daughter was Sarah Curl who married Edward Moore. We know from the will that Wilson Curl died in Montgomery County TN and appears likely that
Sarah Curl Moore and husband Edward moved to TN along with Wilson.

You are right that Mourning Curl lived for sometime further south in TN. I
believe that she went to be nearer her daughter Sarah after the death of
Wilson Curl of the 1802 will.

**      Maury Co., TN Deed book "B", pg. 39: Mourning Curl, one of the children of Henry HORN decd of Wayne Co.,NC entitled to equal part with rest of heirs of slaves of which he did possess, which were left in charge of Thomas Horn of same place, for love and affection to two grandsons, Bennett
W. Moore and William I. Moore, both of Maury Co., Tenn. interest in aforementioned alves, dated 8 Dec 1814, Reg. May 1815, wit. A. H. Goforth, William Goforth, signed Mourning Curl.

**      In an old book of Alabama, 1823, Tuscaloosa Alabama: Morning (Mourning) Curl, old and helpless, being cared for at county expense, in home of Sarah Moore (wife of Edward Moore $180.00 put into hands of Sarah Moore. (this from Mr. Curl, who does not give the name of the book.)

      Both Mourning Horn Curl and her daughter Sarah Curl Moore died in 1829.

      Your list of the descendants of Edward Moore and Sarah Curl agrees with my records from family in Alabama. My ancestor is Elizabeth Moore, whose first husband was Henry Pickard. More about her later.

      I will study your letter and search some more and see what comes up.

      Incidentally, these Moores are the Moores of Moore's Bridge Alabama.

      William Curl and brother Kinchen Curl both had land grants in Texas--I
send more later. Have to stop now!

Carolyn

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The following Email is highly relevant:

Subject:      Horn Book/ User page
Date:      99/02/28,2:42:26 PM
From:      asmith2931@mindspring.com
To:      DRBHORN@AOL.Com

From:      asmith2931@mindspring.com (Annette Smith)
To:      DRBHORN@AOL.Com
Dear Dr. Horn,
I was excited to see all the information on the Horn Book site. I have been working on family genealogy for about 35 years. Others have shared their ideas and hard proofs with me. I noticed that you prefer proofs for your summations also. If you will note in your file: Mourning Horn, daughter of Henry Horn and Ann Purcell, married Wilson Curl. This part correlates with my information. All concerned are reprimanded by Rich Square Quaker Meeting, abstraced in W.W.Hinshaw's ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN QUAKER GENEALOGY, Vol. I (NC), Also Nash Co., NC Deed 1:275 which names Wilson Curl and his wife Moruning Curl. The Henry Horn will of Wayne Co.,NC 13 March 1797/April 1798 names children. The part where I have a problem are the children listed for Mourning and Wilson Curll.

A Wilson Curl of Montgomery Co., TN Will Index, Vol. A, p. 97 names wife Mourning, eldest son William, youngest son Kinchen, daughters Lucrecy, Sarah, Lurany, Ester, Elizabeth, and Milicent. Our group of researchers believe this to be the list of children for Mourning Horn and Wilson Curl. William Curl is in St. Clair Co. Al 1830 census--near Tuscaloosa Co.Al where Edward and Sarah Curll Moore moved abt 1820 along with Mourning Horn Curll. Son Bennett Wright Moore (my line) moved with them as did daughter Elizabeth Moore Pickard (my other line) among other children including Lucretia who married Samuel Boon Franks..most children already having married in TN. Children names go on down family lines also. Information is not only from census records but from the Moss family Bible, the Moore family Bible and a Bible quoted by Mrs. Gandrud in ALABAMA RECORD, Vol. 8. Tuscaloosa County. AND the Maury Co. TN Deed of gift 14 Dec., 1814 from Mouning Curl to grandsons Bennett W. Moore and William L. Moore assigning to them her share of the slaves left in care of her brother Thomas Horn by her deceased father Henry Horn of Wayne Co., NC which definitely links the Moores, Curls and Horns. William L. Moore died 28 Jan. 1815.

Edward Moore, born 8 March, 1772, died 17 Feb. 1823 not 1829 as on your page. Sarah's death date of 12 Feb., 1829 is correct. She died 3 days before her mother whom she was caring for at the expense of the courts (county).

Mrs. Diane Norton of AR and Mr. Margaret Mitchell Moss of TX have done tremendous work on these lines for years as did Robert Scott Davis, Jr (pro. researcher of Atlanta) for Buddy Neal of LA in NEAL PER STRIPES. Dr. William D. McCain, president emeritus of the Univ. of Southern Mississippi also did mountains of research on the Moore and McCain connections (3 in one generation). Maggie Sudduth of Tuscaloosa has compiled several books on these family lines in early Tusacaloosa County AL.

Now as to which Wilson Curl? That is our sore spot! If you have info in this area, I would certainly appreciate help.

Thanks for your compilation work and the user page book. I realize how much time this took. If you have proof that also ties in Lewis and Joseph to our line please forward. The names aren't found in any of our records. I will be glad to share what I have with you.

Annette Edgeworth-Smith Phone/Fax: 256-748-3233
2931 Co Rd 48
Ranburne, AL 36273

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Dear Mrs. Edgeworth-Smith,

I found your Email of this afternoon of great interest.

The information included in your letter, combined with the material furnished to me by carolyn Young, just recently, included above, has greatly improved my understanding of these matters.

As reviewed in the discussion above, it seems clear to me that Wilson Curl who lived in Nash NC, near Henry Horn, who married Henry's daughter, Mourning, who moved to Montgomery county TN and died there in 1802, is the father of Sarah Curl Moore, wife of Edward Moore, as well as the father of the other children named in his will of 1802.

It seems that the Joseph Curl and Lewis Curl are not children of this family but are probably children of "Wilson Curle and Mourning Armistead" whoever they may be.

As soon as I can, without losing data, I will make changes to some of the data which I had in my documentation of these families, and I appreciate your calling to my attention the areas of error and misunderstannding.

I hope we will be able to continue to cooperate in the study of these wonderful, if hard-to-always-understand good people.

Bob Horn/Cornersville, TN drbhorn@tnweb.com.

See Notes to Josiah Horn and his wife Elizabeth regarding the questions of whether his wife Elizabeth was really a Bunn, and whether she was previously married to Joseph Curl.


     
Children of Mourning Horn and Wilson Curl are:
  101 i.   William5 Curl38, born Abt. 1769 in North Carolina.
  Notes for William Curl:
On 21 December, 1804, William Curl, [son of Wilson Curl (spouse of Mourning Horn, Josiah's Aunt)], now of Stewart County, TN, sold 144 acres, a tract lying on the west side of Blooming Grove (creek) on Pain's Branch, running north on William Weathersby's line. Josiah Horn lived on Blooming Grove Creek, also adjoining Wm Weathersby, from 1800 until his death. On the same date on which Josiah Horn purchased from Robert Prince his 230 acres on Blooming Grove Creek, ie, 16 January, 1800, Prince also sold to "Edward More" a 150 acre tract "on the waters of Blooming Grove Creek". HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS: Sarah Curl, daughter of Wilson Curl and Mourning Horn, see above, married an Edward Moore, and it appears that after Wilson Curl's death in about 1802, the widow Mourning Horn moved south to Maury County Tn with her dtr Sarah and Edward Moore, then southward later to Tuscaloosa AL.
(See Notes to Wilson Curl, for elaboration.)

      It may be of interest to note that in June 1805 William Curl is recorded as a buyer at the estate sale of Thomas Tire, Will Book A, p 268. Five pages later, p 273, Josiah Horn posts a guardian bond as Guardian of Mary Tire, heir of Thomas Tire, deceased. I be ieve the Tire family is also called Tyree, and that two of the Tire/Tyree young ladies, married two of Josiah grandsons several years later.


  102 ii.   Lucrecy Curl, born Abt. 1770.
+ 103 iii.   Sarah Curl, born October 11, 1771; died February 12, 1829 in Alabama.
  104 iv.   Lurany Curl, born Abt. 1772.
  105 v.   Ester Curl, born Abt. 1773.
  106 vi.   Elizabeth Curl, born Abt. 1774.
  107 vii.   Milicent Curl, born Abt. 1775.
  108 viii.   Kinchin Curl, born Abt. 1776.



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