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1981 supplement to "The Curd family in America" : original text compiled by Frank D. Fuller and Thomas H.S. Curd, 1938

Curd family in America, 1981 supplement
supplement by Thomas H.S. Curd Jr
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Roanoke, Virginia : T.H.S. Curd Jr., 1981
[20], 96, 152, S-256, A-12, I-20 p. : ill., col. coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Cover title: The Curd family in America, 1981 supplement.

Contents: Preface / Thomas H.S. Curd Jr. -- pt. 1. Reproduction of the Benjamin S. Curd "Genealogy of the Curd family," 1914-1915 --pt. 2. Reprint of the original text "The Curd and allied families," by William B. Curd, Lucy Price Rayne Truog, 1927 -- pt. 3. Reprint of the original text "The Curd family in America," by Frank D. Fuller, Thomas H.S. Curd, 1938 -- pt. 4. Curdsville, Buckingham County, Virginia, 1981 -- pt. 5. Additions, corrections, modifications to the original 1938 Fuller-Curd text by Thomas H.S. Curd Jr., 1981 -- pt. 6. Source reference data, 1981 -- pt. 7. 1982 addendum and index to the 1981 supplement of "The Curd family in America" by Thomas H.S. Curd Jr., Jean Curpen Dones.

Maps on lining papers, and [4] leaves of plates.

A 1981 supplement to "The Curd family in America" (1938), which is one of the books reprinted in this record (see contents note below). Edward Curd (d.1742) immigrated from England to Henrico County, Virginia, and was probably the ancestor of all those named Curd in America. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, California and elsewhere.

Includes 1982 addendum and index to the 1981 supplement (inserted at end of record); the index compiled by Jean Curpen Dones.

Includes indexes to pts. 2-3 (these parts are listed below).

Includes Bradshaw, Brown, Bryan, Duncan, Johnson, Kelly, Lohn, Morris, Perkins, Price, Utterback, Watkins and related families.

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