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George Washington Curry and Ellen Maria Rankin : a frontier family of Kansas and Nebraska from West Virginia

by Helen MacDonald
MacDonald, Helen Lay (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Hayden Lake, Idaho : H. MacDonald, 1991
185 p. : ill., maps, ports.

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Bibliography: p. 173.

Includes index.

Includes information on the Eggers, Gann, Lay, McLean and Rankin families.

George Washington Curry was born 24 July 1818 in Frederick Co., Virginia. He was likely the son of Thomas Curry and Mary Settlemeyer of Virginia. George moved to Morgan Co., Virginia (Now West Virginia) and married Ellen Maria Rankin 2 December 1838 in Worfordsburg, Fulton Co. Pennsylvania. By the year 1862, they were living in Kansas and in 1866 they settled in Pawnee Co., Nebraska. George and Ellen were the parents of eleven children. George died 1873 in Nebraska. Descendants lived primarily in Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Missouri and elsewhere.

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