||Somerset Ky City Cemetery, W. Columbia St.
||Curtis Family of Somerset Ky
||16 Jul 2009 |
||John Arnold Curtis, b. 15 Apr 1899, d. 20 Feb 1988 |
| ||1. Mary Lois Curtis, b. 28 Feb 1921, McCreary County KY , d. 14 Jul 1922, Lexington, Fayette Co., KY |
|>||2. Lavonia (Sis) V. Curtis, b. 5 Mar 1924, d. 5 Jul 2013, Richmond, VA |
|>||3. John Arnold Jr. Curtis|
||Mary Oatts; Ada Vaughan Waite; Mary Wells (Belfie) Vaughan Curtis; Lois Vaughan Curtis; Evelyn Bradley Vaughan Stigall|
Curtis sons of John Carpenter Curtis and wives, apparently taken at John Carpenter Curtis house atop Harvey's Hill, North Main Street Somerset Ky
||Lavonia Curtis Hyman ("Sis"), John Arnold Curtis Sr., wife Louis Vaughan Curtis, John Arnold Curtis Jr.|
||L-R: John Arnold Curtis, Lois Vaughan Curtis, Mary Wells Vaughan Curtis, Earl Botkin Curtis|
||Owens Vaughan home Old Monticello Rd, Somerset KY 1910 Thanksgiving|
Thanks to Ms. Martha Larson Wells for this photo from Mary Waite Larson collection
||Owens Vaughan home 1910 Thanksgiving, Old Monticello Rd, Somerset KY|
||Samuel Owens house|
quickly shot unstable video of the interior the the Samuel Owens house built 1840. Staircase is original teak from 1840. This house was inherited by daughter Eva Owens who married Otha B Vaughan. They raised their children from separate marriages in this house and had one child , Evelyn Bradley Vaughan as offspring of their marriage raised here. House was being auctioned August 2010 with allowed video
- NEWS: Excerpts from The Somerset Journal, 7 January 1920
Contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Ron Holt
Email Registry Submitter <http://www.rootsweb.com/~archreg/vols/00003.html#0000607>
Date: 9 December 2002
Mrs. Arnold Curtis spent the Christmas holidays with home folks here
NEWS: Excerpts from The Somerset Journal, 18 June 1920
Pisgah. … Arnold Curtis and wife of Stearns visited her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Otho B. Vaughn Saturday and Sunday
NEWS: Excerpts from The Somerset Journal, 3 Jun 1921
Miss Evelyn Vaughn is he guest of her
sister, Mrs. Arnold Curtis of Stearns.
NEWS: Excerpts from the Somerset Journal, 6 Feb 1920
Mrs. Arnold Curtis is visiting her sister here.