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|151||1909 Washington Times wedding Frank B. Curtis Daughter|
Daughter of Frank B. Curtis is wed in Washington DC
|152||1910 census Lindsey Colyer|
Shows children Neal, Beula, Virgil, Add
|153||1910 Census Mathew Warren, Dry Goods store keeper, Single. Evidently the Ruth store at Pitman Creek|
|154||1910 Census Samuel Black Colyer family|
In Nevada, shows children
|155||1910 census: Samuel Black Colyer children/wife ?|
|156||1910 DC census Frank Curtis|
Shows wife Alice, father Edmund, one daughter
|157||1910 Pulaski County Ky Census Richard G Collier|
Richard G Collier attested Charles Granade Colyer widow pension having been fellow Confederate Soldier 6th Ky Calvary.
|158||1910 Washington DC census Clarence Curtis|
Clarence Curtis family on 1910 census
|159||1912 Funeral Frank Curtis father in law|
|160||1912 Lousia J Colyer deed traced to current location|
deed traced of old Charles Granade Colyer home/farm that was titled in Louisa Jane Meece Colyer's name to current location
|161||1914 Ft. Worth directory Sam Colyer|
shows Colyer & Sears grocery and Charles Colyer, Sam's brother as a driver for the grocery
|162||1914 John Carpenter Curtis deed party supplement|
Identifies Ben V. Smith who sold 515 N. Main Street property to JC Curtis in 1914 as an attorney who represented JC Curtis company Somerset Milling Co.
|163||1914 John Carpenter Curtis purchase deed and house swap for 515 N. Main Street Somerset KY|
JC (Jack) Curtis trades his house at 121 N. Central to Attorney Ben V. Smith plus $2750 for Ben Smith's property at 515 N. Main St which he had owned since 1890. Ben Smith was made an attorney in 1890, later becoming a Pulaski County Judge and also represented Somerset Milling Co, which was owned by JC Curtis and Brothers.
|164||1916 Botkin farm Blaze Valley deed meets & bounds plot map|
|165||1916 Confederate widow pension application Richard G. Collier|
by wife Sallie. Shows that Richard G. Collier who attested to Charles Granade Colyer confederate pension app, was also in the 6th Ky Calvary.
|166||1916 sale of Maranda Botkin land 121 acres|
Sold from estate of MH Botkin by executor John Carpenter (JC) Curtis to Phelps
|167||1917 deed from Louisa J Meece Colyer to Roscoe P James, son in law|
Land transferred to Roscoe James who married daughter to Charles Granade Colyer & Lousia Jane, Alma.
|168||1917 Frank Waite drafted army from Somerset Ky, in Louisville Ky paper|
|169||1919 deed RP Phelps to Chester Cain of 121 acre MH (Maranda) Botkin farm|
Same farm that John Carpenter (JC) Curtis, as son-in-law estate executor of MH Botkin estate sold to RP Phelps located at Blaze Valley Rd and current hwy 192 in Somerset KY (at the time at Ruth Ky)
|170||1919 Earl Curtis west side of Monticello St farm 100 acres|
|171||1919 Wilda Curtis deed west side of Maple Street, Somerset KY|
|172||1920 census Henry Warren, Mathew Warren, Roscoe James|
Note that Mathew Warren evidently was single all his life and in 1920 is living in the Warren house at Pitman Creek with his older Brother and his wife Henry and Samantha Warren.
|173||1920 census Sam Colyer|
|174||1921 deed from Charles Warren, son of William H Warren, to brother Edward Warren|
This appears to be land behind current day 192 market
|175||1921 deed from Henry Warren, son of William H Warren, to brother Edward Warren|
appears to be land behind current day 192 market
|176||1923 deed Earl Curtis/Chas Oats the bluffs of Burnside|
|177||1923 Earl Curtis deed Oak Hill Rd house/farm|
|178||1923 Earl Curtis deed, East side of Monticello St farm|
|179||1924 deed Fred M. Curtis Somerset Ky corner Maple and Limestone|
|180||1924 First Methodist Church Somerset Directory|
|181||1926 Samuel Lance Colyer death cert|
|182||1926 transfer deed Monticello Mill from Fred P Curtis to brothers John C Curtis and Charles E Curtis|
|183||1930 census Sam Colyer|
|184||1930 census: Henry & Samantha Warren, son Andrew Moses Warren (widower) and daughter Geneva|
Shows Moses Warren born about 1883. (WWI registration shows dob 12/24/1883) So he was same age as Sam Colyer up the road who lived on Pitman Rd at Cherry Grove school. Where they playmates in school era ? Max Lay reports that Sam told him he went to Warren house (formerly Sam's father's house before Warrens purchased) in the summer.
|185||1933 Somerset High School graduation|
Shows Glenn Curtis with classmates listed
|186||1933 Somerset High School graduation program|
Glenn Curtis graduation ceremony program
|187||1933 Somerset Methodist Church directory|
Kindly supplied by Mr. Rod Zimmerman of Somerset 3/6/2015: shows all members and bible study class photos; Shows Curtis family of JC Curtis, Earl Curtis, Jack Curtis, Evelyn Curtis, Dorothy Curtis, Ana Rachael Curtis, Glenn Curtis
|188||1935 Kentucky Highway Dept map of Ruth Ky hwy192 improvements|
Map showing location of Langdon-Colyer-Warren Log house in 1935 and road improvements to be made. Shows grave yard, location of store/post office in 1935 before reported flood washed post office away. Show changing route of hwy 192
|189||1936 Sam Colyer purchase deed Denham street lots|
|190||1937 Pulaski County map|
Cropped section of eastern Pulaski county annotated with noted locations
|191||1937 Somerset High year book Edith Colyer|
Edith was a senior
|192||1940 census Charles Colyer, popcorn,peanut, crackerjack, Edith|
Notice that at that time, they called Clay Hill Rd / Strawberry Rd by the name of Ruth-Alcade Rd.
|193||1940 census Fred M. Curtis|
Shows worked as Revenuer and lived at the time in Lexington, while maintaining home on Maple st. in Somerset KY
|194||1942 Fred M. Curtis World War II draft registration|
shows address of home
|195||1946 Louisville Courier Journal Article on Lera Colyer artist|
|196||1950 Louisville Courier Journal article on Lera Colyer artist|
|197||1958 Kentucky Highway Dept map of hwy192 improvements|
Shows John Colyer log house (formerly Langdon, later Warren property) and how road of hwy 192 changed and items located around it. Note that part of land on same side of road as log house that was transferred to William H Warren from Andrew in 1884 was transferred out of family and not part of current 200 acre farm. This part is that which currently has hwy 192 market on it and farm behind market. Also it looks like part of Andrew Warren property across road that went to Joe Warren that has lumber mill on it in this map was sold off for house lots by 1960's or so. So other land was added to original John Colyer farm to make it 200 acres when sold in 2009. Likely that of woods along Clay Hill Rd purchased by Mathew Warren from court ordered sale of heirs of Alexander Colyer.
|198||1974 talk by Nathan Lerner on Chicago Bauhaus Illinois Institute Design|
Mentions the number of students up through 1945 being 35 and Frank Sokolik as a teacher. Frank Sokolik was husband of Lera Colyer, who moved to Chicago from Louisville in December 1950 upon marriage.
|199||2017 Los Angeles Times article on Palm Springs art exhibit Charles Hollis Jones, Lera Colyer teacher Maholy-Nagy|
|200||41st U.S. Congressional Record--Pulaski County election contested|
Congressional candidate Barnes (of President Grant's party--Republican) contests the election of Democrat Adams (pro-south) from the south-central district of Kentucky including Pulaski County. Asserts that election fraud by illegal voters voting for Adams including those that fought in Rebel army for South. Mentions CG Colyer (Charles Granade Colyer) as one of those. These are depositions. Also the voting record of Pulaski County showing in fact CG Colyer voted for Adams.
During civil war, Abraham Lincoln was a Republican and the northern industrial / wallstreet Republican's led vs the southern agricultural slave holders. Thus post civil war, the southerner tended to be democratic party opposed to Lincoln etc. Colyer family was democrats, Curtis (from NY) were Republican. This did not prevent the Republican northerner (including Curtis' from being prejudiced against blacks in re: equal rights....just as Lincoln did not advocate equal rights for blacks.)
Wall Street Journal August 8, 2012, 10:31 p.m. ET
Southern White Democrats Face End of Era in Congress
By NAFTALI BENDAVID
For decades, Democrats dominated the South, a legacy of the Civil War era. But in the 1980s white Southerners began migrating to the GOP as a more comfortable philosophical home. Those who stayed Democratic formed a bridge between the two parties. Today, they are pushing hard for a compromise deal to cut the deficit.
Rep. Heath Shuler (D., N.C.), a Blue Dog Democrat retiring this year, said it would be harder to solve problems as these centrists disappear. "If you look at anything that has a hope of bringing members of Congress together, it has been Blue Dog moderate Democrats who have been able to build the bridge between the parties," he said.