||1 Feb 1920
||6 May 1974
||Curtis Family of Somerset Ky
||23 Sep 2013 |
||John (Jack) Vaughan Curtis, b. 27 Aug 1918, Somerset, Ky , d. 11 Nov 2011, Louisville, Ky |
||27 Aug 1938
||Huntsville, TN 
- Jack and Edith eloped by driving to Huntsville TN and arriving at night, drove to the house of the local Judge, and honked the horn in his driveway until he came out and married them. Jack and Edith drove down from Somerset with another couple one evening. Married by L.M. Jeffers (Rec.Book 18, pg 73)
- Dot Curtis recalled that Edith was the most beautiful woman she had ever known. She recalled seeing Edith leave the house on South Central and what beautiful legs she had and how gracefully she carried herself. At the same time, she recalled that Edith was so un-pretentious in spite of her beauty, that made all the more appealing.
Max Lay, an nephew by marriage to Edith's sister's daughter, Edith Bradley Chestnut, recalled that his view was that the two most beautiful women to ever come from Somerset were Edith Colyer Curtis and Edith Bradley Chestnut.