Person:Robert Curry (23)

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Robert Curry
b.abt. 1749
d.aft. 1792
m. ABT 1749
  1. Robert Curryabt 1749 - aft 1792
  2. Daughter3 CurryBET 1750 AND 1761 -
  3. Daughter2 CurryBET 1750 AND 1761 -
  4. Daughter1 CurryBET 1750 AND 1761 -
  5. Col. James Curry1751/52 - 1834
  6. Polly CurryBET 1762 AND 1775 -
  7. John CurryBET 1762 AND 1775 -
  8. Susannah Curry1762 - 1827
  9. Rebecca CurryBET 1765 AND 1775 - 1824
m. 1769
  1. Andrew Curryabt 1770 -
  2. Margaret Curryabt 1772 -
  3. Jean Curryabt 1773 -
  4. William Curryabt 1779 - 1853
  5. Mary Curryabt 1781 -
  6. Robert Curryabt 1783 -
  7. Elizabeth Curryabt 1785 -
  8. Agnes Curryabt 1787 -
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Name Robert Curry
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1749
Marriage 1769 Augusta County, Virginiato Elizabeth McComb
Death? aft. 1792

Robert Curry was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 56.--15th March, 1788. Andrew McCombe's will--To wife, Jane; to son, William; to daughter, Barbara Curry; to daughter, Agness Reburn, Mary Young, Jean Curry, deceased (to her 3 daughters), Sarah Gardner, Martha Dickey; to son-in-law, formerly Robt. Curry, the land Robert lives on that he purchased from testator's son, William, 130 acres; to Robert Curry's children that he had by daughter Elizabeth, viz: Andrew, Margaret, Jean, William, Mary, Robert, Elizabeth, Agnes; to all daughters, viz: __. Executors, wife and sons James Young, Robt. Curry. Teste: Samuel McKee, George Glenn, David Gibson. Proved, 17th June, 1788, by the witnesses. Executors qualify, widow refuses to execute by writing 14th April, 1788.
  • Page 110.--(undated, bet. 11-29 March, 1794) Andrew McComb's estate in account with James Young and Ro. Curry, executors.