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1 Julia Ackley Curtis death notice August 1899  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky. Mentions was sunday school teach in Waynesburg 15 years. Dropsy: An old term for the swelling of soft tissues due to the accumulation of excess water. In years gone by, a person might have been said to have dropsy. Today one would be more descriptive and specify the cause. Thus, the person might have edema due to congestive heart failure.  2019-04-06 21:25:32  I0383  curtis  Ackley  Julia Ann  curtis 
2 John Thurston (JT) Curtis, Sunday School President of Association 1885  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:50:05  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
3 John Thurston (JT) Curtis, delegate for Republican party Waynesburg KY  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:48:55  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
4 John Thurston (JT) Curtis, Waynesburg KY advocates for public education at Teachers Association meeting 1887  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:47:50  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
5 1891 Baptist Sunday School convention Fred Purcival (FP) Curtis family attendance Waynesburg KY  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:46:15  I0384  curtis  Curtis  Fred Percival  curtis 
6 John Thurston (JT) Curtis unrecorded deed notice 1898  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:44:20  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
7 John Thurston (JT) Curtis moves to Somerset from Waynesburg Ky in July 1899 a few weeks before his wife dies in August.  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:43:00  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
8 John Thurston (JT) Curtis moves to Somerset from Waynesburg Ky in July 1899 a few weeks before his wife dies in August.  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:43:00  I0383  curtis  Ackley  Julia Ann  curtis 
9 John Thurston (JT) Curtis, pal Bearer of Judge Petus Somerset KY 1902  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:39:35  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
10 Fred Curtis in Somerset Law & Order league 1906  Also mentions completion of street car installation in Somerset. It is reported that by 1925 they ceased, never having been profitable.  2019-04-06 19:38:17  I0384  curtis  Curtis  Fred Percival  curtis 
11 Saw Mill operation near Waynesburg KY, believed to be Fred Purcival (FP) Curtis 1885  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:35:53  I0384  curtis  Curtis  Fred Percival  curtis 
12 John Thurston (JT) Curtis Sunday School Teacher 1885  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky  2019-04-06 19:34:17  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
13 John Thurston Curtis (JT Curtis) mention as victim of theft  Interior Journal of Lincoln Count¥ Ky 1882. Also mentions church revivial at Double Springs Baptist church in Waynesburg KY  2019-04-06 19:32:33  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
14 Death Notice John Thurston Curtis 1909  Interior Journal of Lincoln County  2019-04-06 19:30:26  I0382  curtis  Curtis  John Thurston  curtis 
15 Harold Colyer  On his 350 acre cattle farm off Strawberry Rd/Rush Branch Rd, Somerset Ky.  2019-03-06 12:05:21  I34653  colyer  Colyer  Harold Andrew  colyer 
16 Estimated 25th class reunion in about 1961 at Beecher Hotel of Somerset Ky High School class of 1936  Edith Curtis, Jack Curtis, Fred Moore, Evelyn Moore, Bill Hall, Virgie Hall, John Prather Attorney.  2019-03-02 13:38:34  I0001  curtis  Curtis  John (Jack) Vaughan  curtis 
17 Estimated 25th class reunion in about 1961 at Beecher Hotel of Somerset Ky High School class of 1936  Edith Curtis, Jack Curtis, Fred Moore, Evelyn Moore, Bill Hall, Virgie Hall, John Prather Attorney.  2019-03-02 13:38:34  I0362  curtis  Curtis  Evelyn L.  curtis 
18 Estimated 25th class reunion in about 1961 at Beecher Hotel of Somerset Ky High School class of 1936  Edith Curtis, Jack Curtis, Fred Moore, Evelyn Moore, Bill Hall, Virgie Hall, John Prather Attorney.  2019-03-02 13:38:34  I0363  curtis  Moore  Fred F.  curtis 
19 Estimated 25th class reunion in about 1961 at Beecher Hotel of Somerset Ky High School class of 1936  Edith Curtis, Jack Curtis, Fred Moore, Evelyn Moore, Bill Hall, Virgie Hall, John Prather Attorney.  2019-03-02 13:38:34  I0576  curtis  Colyer  Edith  curtis 
20 Sam Colyer funeral bulletin    2019-03-02 13:24:59  I0937  colyer  Colyer  Samuel  colyer 
21 Otha B Vaughan obit Danville KY 4/17/1930  at home of daughter Mary Wells Curtis  2019-02-25 22:41:11  I0149  curtis  Vaughan  Otha Bradley  curtis 
22 Otha B Vaughan obit Danville KY 4/17/1930  at home of daughter Mary Wells Curtis  2019-02-25 22:41:11  I0357  curtis  Vaughan  Mary Wells  curtis 
23 Earl Curtis baseball captain for Kiwanis club 1928  Louisville Courier Journal 9/1/1928 re Danville game  2019-02-25 22:39:21  I0356  curtis  Curtis  Earl Botkin  curtis 
24 John Carpenter Curtis reunion 1922  Louisville Courier Journal 8/27/1922  2019-02-25 22:37:43  I0377  curtis  Curtis  John Carpenter  curtis 
25 Earl and Mary Curtis wedding announcement 1917  Danville Ky Advocate Messenger 11/13/17  2019-02-25 22:35:54  I0356  curtis  Curtis  Earl Botkin  curtis 
26 Earl and Mary Curtis wedding announcement 1917  Danville Ky Advocate Messenger 11/13/17  2019-02-25 22:35:54  I0357  curtis  Vaughan  Mary Wells  curtis 
27 Jack and Edith Curtis wedding announced  Danville KY Advocate Messenger 11/18/1938  2019-02-25 22:29:23  I0499  colyer  Colyer  Edith Aline  colyer 
28 Jack and Edith Curtis wedding announced  Danville KY Advocate Messenger 11/18/1938  2019-02-25 22:29:23  I0001  curtis  Curtis  John (Jack) Vaughan  curtis 
29 Jack and Edith Curtis wedding announced  Danville KY Advocate Messenger 11/18/1938  2019-02-25 22:29:23  I0576  curtis  Colyer  Edith  curtis 
30 Cy Colyer starts Somerset KY newspaper 1889  Louisville Courier Journal 3/2/1889  2019-02-25 20:57:38  I1488  colyer  Colyer  Cyrenius E.  colyer 
31 JP Colyer 1896 delegate to political convention KY  Louisville Courier Journal 5/31/1896  2019-02-25 20:54:13  I0827  colyer  Colyer  James Perry  colyer 
32 St. Claire (Sinclair) Colyer obit 1904    2019-02-25 20:50:31  I1504  colyer  Colyer  St. Clair  colyer 
33 Ray Colyer letter to Editor Louisville Courier Journal 1953  tobacco  2019-02-25 20:44:42  I0510  colyer  Colyer  Ray Lowell  colyer 
34 Add Colyer daughter Lera Colyer born 1926 husband obit    2019-02-25 20:39:54  I34843  colyer  Colyer  Lera M.  colyer 
35 Lera Colyer in Chicago 1947  Louisville Courier Journal 3/30/1947  2019-02-25 20:34:14  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 
36 Lera Colyer painting award Ky Womens Club  Lousiville Courier Journal 5/17/1936  2019-02-25 20:27:22  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 
37 Lera Colyer painting 1936  Louisville Courier Journal 5/8/1936  2019-02-25 20:22:55  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 
38 Lera Colyer 1935 Speed Museum, Louisville  Louisville Courier Journal 9/29/1935 page 9  2019-02-25 20:19:06  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 
39 Add Colyer governor pardon, Liquor    2019-02-25 20:06:28  I0720  colyer  Colyer  Add G.  colyer 
40 Colyer log house on Nolichucky river, mentioned Courier Journal newspaper  May 18, 1913 Louisville Courier Journal newspaper mentions Colyer log house still standing....not sure whose house, since William Colyer house burned well before the civil war according to A.S.Colyer biographical. Could be a son's place, like John Colyer, William Colyar jr. etc.  2019-02-25 20:04:55  I0870  colyer  Colyar  William  colyer 
41 Colyer log house on Nolichucky river, mentioned Courier Journal newspaper  May 18, 1913 Louisville Courier Journal newspaper mentions Colyer log house still standing....not sure whose house, since William Colyer house burned well before the civil war according to A.S.Colyer biographical. Could be a son's place, like John Colyer, William Colyar jr. etc.  2019-02-25 20:04:55  I1029  colyer  Colyar  William  colyer 
42 Cy Colyer sells newspaper  January 26, 1911 newspaper article about Cy Colyer selling Robertson Advance newspaper  2019-02-25 19:55:42  I1488  colyer  Colyer  Cyrenius E.  colyer 
43 Lera Colyer: 1944 article citing work with Maholy-Nagy in Chicago  Louisville Courier Journal 9/10/1944  2019-02-25 12:14:05  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 
44 Lera Colyer in self-made costume as Plexiglass age  Louisville Courier Journal 1946  2019-02-24 21:33:45  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 
45 T. E. Mills tribute from Mary Belle Colyer Mills    2019-02-22 20:21:52  I34977  colyer  Mills  T. E.  colyer 
46 Sam Colyer house, Somerset Ky  House where Sam Colyer family lived. Sam lived there until about 1967. House stood at corner of Hope Ave and Old Monticello Street in Somerset Ky. House was torn down about 2005 when new Monticello road was built. Since the 1920 census shows the family living on College Street, 1930 census shows family living in this house on Monticello St., sometime before 1930 the family moved here. Likely after 1926 when 15 year old son Lance died of pneumonia. Both census show Sam's mother, Louisa, living with the family. When Sam's grand-daughter Janet Avera Claunch and her husband Sonny Claunch, first moved back to Somerset from Dayton Ohio in early 1970's, they lived in this house according to Janet.  2019-02-19 11:35:40  I0499  colyer  Colyer  Edith Aline  colyer 
47 Sam Colyer house, Somerset Ky  House where Sam Colyer family lived. Sam lived there until about 1967. House stood at corner of Hope Ave and Old Monticello Street in Somerset Ky. House was torn down about 2005 when new Monticello road was built. Since the 1920 census shows the family living on College Street, 1930 census shows family living in this house on Monticello St., sometime before 1930 the family moved here. Likely after 1926 when 15 year old son Lance died of pneumonia. Both census show Sam's mother, Louisa, living with the family. When Sam's grand-daughter Janet Avera Claunch and her husband Sonny Claunch, first moved back to Somerset from Dayton Ohio in early 1970's, they lived in this house according to Janet.  2019-02-19 11:35:40  I0937  colyer  Colyer  Samuel  colyer 
48 Sokolik photo Moholy Nagy Chicago tribute    2019-02-16 18:41:57  I00805  colyer  Sokolik  Frank   colyer 
49 Lera Colyer, Chicago Tribune 1969 art fair    2019-02-16 18:22:53  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 
50 Lera Colyer exhibit, Chicago Tribune    2019-02-16 18:19:37  I00798  colyer  Colyer  Lera   colyer 


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