||Edmund Bostwick Curtis, b. 9 Mar 1826, NY , d. 14 Jan 1907, Washington, D.C. |
||Mary Moore, b. 18 Oct 1825, McDonough, NY , d. 7 Mar 1895, Washington D.C. |
||5 Oct 1851
||Alice Lillian Belfield, b. 18 May 1872, Westmoreland County, VA , d. 15 Nov 1966, Punta Gorda, FL |
||18 Jul 1898
|>||1. Clarence Edmund Curtis, Jr., b. 13 Apr 1904, Washington DC , d. 28 Mar 1993, Charlotte County, FL |
| ||2. Mary Alice Curtis, b. 12 Jun 1898, Washington, DC , d. Jan 27 1900, Washington DC |
||28 Apr 2012 |
- Washington DC newspaper Washington Herald Nov 29 of 1914, reveals that Mrs. Clarence E. Curtis is Regent of the the DC Martha Washington chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution DAR
- Clarence Edmund Curtis III (Curt) reports that according to the 1880 U.S. Census, Clarence Edmund Curtis the I, was a butter merchant.
- He was the son of Edmund B. Curtis and Mary Curtis. On July 28, 1897 as Clarence E. Curtis, he married Alice L. Belfield in the District of Columbia.
Clarence Edmund Curtis was a resident of the District of Columbia for 65 years. For 25 years he was employed in the office of the freight claim agent of the Southern Railway. He was the son of Edmund B. Curtis, Deputy Controller of the Treasury. He was a member of Calanthe Lodge No. 11, Knights of Pythias, the Society of Oldest Inhabitants, Scott Council, National Union and New York State Society. He died at age 71 on Sunday, August 29, 1926 at Garfield Hospital after a lingering illness. Survivors included his wife, Alice L. Curtis of 1629 R Street and one son, Clarence E. Curtis Jr. Funeral services were held at Sergeon?s Funeral Parlors. Interment was in Rock Creek Cemetery under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias.
Source: The Evening Star, Monday, August 30, 1926.