Genealogy Information

Alabama Bible Records: Cureton Bibles

CURETON BIBLES


NO TITLE PAGEi

Would you like to see more genealogy data like this on this website? We need your support and donations to provide it for FREE! 

JAMES CURETON and JUDITH LOCKETT, daughter of REUBEN and SARAH LOCKETT was married Nov. 12, 1818

ARMINTA CURETON, dau. Of JAMES and JUDITH CURETON, was married to LEWIS CAMMACK July 5, 1835

WM. B. CURETON and CHARLOTTE MAY, daughter of FRANCIS and CHARLOTTE MAY, was married on April 16, 1850

ARAMINTA E. CURETON, daughter of WM. B. and CHARLOTTE CURETON, was married to WM. N. FIKE, Dec 25, 1880

JAMES CURETON was born 1794, October, 21st day

JUDITH, his wife, was born Dec. 16, 1802

ARAMINTA CURETON, his and her daughter, born Sept. 14, 1819

JOHN LOCKETT CURETON, born Nov. 22, 1821

DOCTOR DICKSON CURETON, born Jan. 4, 1824

JAMES CRALL CURETON , born Nov. 4, 1825

WM. E. DENSON, born Nov, 30, 1832

EDWIN W. CAMMACK, son of LEWIS & ARAMINTA CAMMACK, born May 25, 1837

SARAH M. CAMMACK, born Dec. 29, 1838

JAMES C. CAMMACK, born Oct. 25, 1840

MICHAEL DICKSON CAMMACK, born May 6, 1843

WM. BAW CURETON, born May 11, 1815

CHARLOTTE, his wife, born Jan. 31, 1815

ARAMINTA ELIZABETH CURETON, his and her daughter born Jan. 16, 1856

IRA WALTON FIKE, son of WM. N. & A. E. FIKE, born Jan 12. 1882

RUFUS GERMAN FIKE, son of WM. N. & A. E. FIKE, born Aug. 10 (?), 1886

JULIA EDNA FIKE, daughter of WM. N. & A. E. FIKE, born June 17, 1888

WM. NELSON FIKE, born May 31, 1850

JUDITH CURETON, wife of JAMES CURETON departed this life Aug. 4, 1826, in the 24th year

DOCTOR D. CURETON departed this life Apr. 16, 1827 in the 4th year of his age

WM. CURETON departed this life Sept. 18, 1827, in the 62nd year of his age….Our father

JOHN CURETON departed this life June 12, 1839, in the 43rd year of his age, son of Wm. and MARGARET CURETON

JAMES CURETON departed this life July 18, 1843, in the 49th year of his age

ARAMINTA CAMMACK, daughter of JAMES and JUDITH CURETON, departed this life June 17, 1844, in the 25th year of her age.

MARY JOYCE departed this life Nov 1, 1868, in the 78th year of her age

ELIZABETH MAY departed this life July 22, 1866, in the 53rd year of her age

REUBEN LOCKETT departed this life April 7, 1829

SARAH MASSEY, wife of JAMES M. MASSEY, and daughter of REUBEN and SARAH LOCKETT, departed this life March 23, 1843.

JANE ANN MASSEY departed this life May 13, 1842

DICKSON CURETON departed this life Dec. 24, 1845, in the 43rd year of his age

MARGARET CURETON departed this life May 20, 1852, in the 78th year of her age

CINDARILLA MAY departed this life Nov. 11, 1853, in the 47th year of her age

MARTHA DONAGHEY departed this life Oct. 16, 1876, in the 84th year of her age, being the daughter of WILLIAM & MARGARET CURETON.

WM. BAW CURETON departed this life Sept. 30, 1835, aged 70 years 4 months 9 days

CHARLOTTE MAY CURETON, wife of WM. BAW CURETON, departed this life Sept. 15, 1886, aged 71 years 8 months 15 days

Compiler’s note: There is other date of more recent date. The above Bibles are now in possession of MISS JULIA E. FIKE. The following data is taken from a photostatic copy of an older Bible, formerly in possession of MISS FIKE, which she says she gave to MR. THOS. K. CURETON, of Urbana, Ill., and he in return sent her this photostatic copy:

WM. CURETON departed this life Sept 18, 1827, the farther (sic) of the under registered

JOHN CURETON, son of WM. And MARGARET CURETON, departed this life June 12, 1839

ELIZABETH CURETON departed this life 1805 June 9

CHAPMAN CROLL CURETON departed this life Aug. 4, 1812

My dear daughter, MARY CURETON, departed this life July 7, 1756 (?): dyed in the 39th year of her age, being Wensday (sic)

SUSANNA CURETON, born MARCH 25, 1761

MARTHA CURETON born April 29, 1764

WM. CURETON, son of WM. CURETON and MARTHA, his wife born June 10, 1776

MARY CURETON, dau., of WM., and MARTHA CURETON, born June 9, 1768

ELIZABETH CURETON, dau., of WM. & MARTHA CURETON born Feb. 17, 1770

“The births and deaths”

MARY CURETON, born Dec. 14…….

FRANCES CURETON, born July 26, 1720

SUSANNA CURETON, born Jan. 29, 1723

ELIZABETH CURETON, born Jan. 20, 1726

JOHN CURETON, son of JOHN and FRANCES, his wife, born Sept. 27, 1735

WM. CURETON, son of JOHN CURETON and FRANCES, his wife, born March 27, 1737

FRANCES CURETON departed this life Sept 26, 1747 aged 27 years, being Tuesday

MARY CURETON departed this life July 7, 1756, aged 38 years, being Wensday

ROBBERT HARRISON, son of ROBERT HARRISON & ELIZABETH, his wife, born Feb. 13, 1755

SALLY HARRISON, born June 30, 1757

JOHN CURETON, son of JOHN CURETON and WINIFRED, his wife, born Nov. 13, 1757

JAMES CURETON, son of WM. CURETON and MARTHA, his wife, born Dec. 17, 1758

LOUISA CURETON, daughter of JOHN…..(illegible)

“A register of the ages of WM. And MARGARET CURETON’S

children, and also their own ages”

WILLIAM CURETON, born June 10, 1776

MARGARET CURETON, his wife, born Oct. 8, 1774

MARY CURETON, his and her daughter, born Feb. 26, 1791

MARTHA CURETON, born Oct 28, 1792

JAMES CURETON, born Oct 21, 1794

JOHN CURETON, born Nov. 5, 1796

ELIZABETH CURETON, born Dec. 30, 1797

DICKSON CURETON, born August 3, 1803

CHAPMAN CROLL CURETON, born Jan.1, 1806

WM. BAW CURETON, born May 11, 1815

Note: All dates should be checked by the original if possible. The photocopy is not too clear.

Statement of MISS JULIA FIKE, whose address is FIKE’S Ferry Road, Marion, Alabama:

I am the daughter of WM. N. FIKE and his wife, ARAMINTA CURETON FIKE.

The said WM. N. FIKE was the son of GERMAN FIKE and his wife CATHERINE SMITH FIKE.

The said CATHERINE SMITH was a daughter of WILLIAM SMITH, whose wife was a Crow.

The said WM. SMITH was a son of SOLOMON SMITH

The wife of the said WM. SMITH was a daughter of CHARLES CROW.

The said ARAMINTA CURETON, wife of WM. N. FIKE, was a daughter of WM. BAW CURETON and his wife, CHARLOTTE MAY.

WM. BAW CURETON was son of WM. CURETON and grandson of another WM. CURETON.

iALABAMA NOTES VOL I – by FLORA ENGLAND

Great portable scanner for genealogists! Very easy to use even stitches large documents together in seconds –Flip-Pal mobile scanner with SD to USB Adapter and 4GB. EasyStitch and StoryScans talking images software


See larger image
Additional Images:






Flip-Pal mobile scanner with 4GB SD card and USB adapter. EasyStitch and StoryScans talking images software


Features: The Flip-Pal mobile scanner is the world’s original scanner for photos, large and fragile documents, and cherished memorabilia that does not require a computer to operate. Battery powered and stores files stored on an SD card., Transform images into endearing stories. StoryScans software combines the recorded voice of the storyteller and the scan into a single file that is both small and High Definition. *Download and activation may be required., Keep your memories safe using patented flip-and-scan technology. Fragile documents are treated safely on the flatbed rather than fed through a sheet feeder. Take the lid off, flip the scanner over, and use the window to frame the original., All sizes, small to very large, can be scanned. The included EasyStitch software automatically reassembles multiple scans of larger originals such as portraits, art, documents, and quilts. Small objects such as coins and stamps have high detail., Quick and easy operation. Just 7 seconds to scan 4 x 6″ at 300 dpi. Simply turn the power on and press the green scan button. The software is stored on the SD card. Save hours of removing photos from their album. Do your first scan in minutes after opening the box
List Price: $149.99 USD
New From: $148.00 USD In Stock

(Visited 513 times, 2 visits today)

About Donna R Causey

Donna R. Causey, resident of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing. She developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me All her books can be purchased at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has authored numerous genealogy books. RIBBON OF LOVE: A Novel Of Colonial America (TAPESTRY OF LOVE) is her first novel in the Tapestry of Love about her family where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places to create a story about life as it might have happened in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage: Tapestry of Love (Volume 2) is the second book and the third FreeHearts: A Novel of Colonial America (Book 3 in the Tapestry of Love Series) Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) is the continuation of the story. . For a complete list of books, visit Donna R Causey

Tags:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *