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Captain John Curtis The Captain John Curtis Memorial Library was dedicated on December 8, 1904, when William John Curtis (b. 1854) personally presented the library, named in honor of his father, to the town of Brunswick. (For more information about the history of the library, see A History of the Public Library in Brunswick, Maine by Louise R.
(In His Day Was the Boss Town Boomer of the West) Charles Curtis' G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-Grandparents - John Curtis (?)
My research into aural surgery began accidentally when I was struggling to find a focus for my Fundamentals in the History of Medicine paper. Coming from a philosophy background, my first year as a graduate student was filled with struggles, extreme stress, and frustration, as I tried to stop writing “like a philosopher” and began training myself to be a “historian.” One of my major problems in writing history is that I didn’t know how to use my sources to present a precise narrative focus; in other words, I wrote very broadly about everything connected to the issue at hand, and failed to interpret the sources I used. So came the fateful day I found myself at the “Old Catalogue” section at Gerstein Library, looking for a 19 th century treatise on ear diseases. The one I needed (which by now, I cannot recall the title) was not on the shelves. Where that book should have been, was Curtis’ A Treatise on the Physiology and Diseases of the Ear , fourth edition, printed in 1826.
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WILLIAM B. CURTIS, General Fifteen years ago, Jim Frasca purchased the Civil War headgear of Colonel William Baker Curtis of the 12th Virginia Infantry, consisting of a matching dress hat and forage cap, both adorned with State of Virginia embroidered insignia and buttons. In addition, he has a signed carte de visite of Curtis as "Major of the 12th V.V.I." These items were acquired from a distant cousin of Colonel Curtis. Jim has generously provided the following photos: Curtis Cap Curtis Hat Curtis CDV CDV - Back
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From Nazeing, England; To Stratford, Wallingford & Cheshire, Connecticut; Then To Middle Tennessee, and Beyond ! This site is dedicated to My Curtiss Family ancestors who migrated from Nazeing, England to America in the 1630's. Those ancestors arrived at Roxbury, Massachusetts and shortly thereafter migrated to what is now Stratford, Connecticut. My direct ancestors then moved east of Stratford to Wallingford, Cheshire, and Meridan and eventually to Middle Tennessee. My great-great Grandparents settled in Bedford County, Tennessee in the Richmond Community and established a large and prosperous family in and around Richmond and Petersburg.
The idea for the database originated with Susan Kendall, former Library Director; Polly Kronenberger, former Webmaster; and the Preble County Room staff. Scanning technicians, have spent countless hours scanning and proofreading records. The result is a genealogist’s dream. The database contains an index to the scanned images of the actual genealogical and historical records. Only the names of the persons involved are indexed. The elected official or minister, performed a marriage or signed a document, is not included.
Finding Your Butler County Ohio Family History 1. Living Relatives * Are your grandparents, aunts, or uncles still living? Ask them who they remember of their grandparents, and stories they remember.
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