Captain John Curd, Kentucky pioneer
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Published by H.B. Neal in Rockford, Ill. (1716 Post Ave., Rockford 61103) .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Kentucky,
  • Virginia

Subjects:

  • Curd family.,
  • Curd, John, b. 1726 -- Family.,
  • Kentucky -- Genealogy.,
  • Virginia -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Harley Buntin Neal.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.C976 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 45 leaves :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1984292M
LC Control Number90232345

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Some genealogists list John Curd’s death as in Mercer County. However, a December item in the Kentucky Gazette states that “John and Price Curd, executors of the estate of John Curd dec’d. regarding the estate sale. John Curd lived on the Kentucky River.” In , John Curd, a son, of Warren County, issued power of attorney to. The following is an excerpt from the "Journal of William Brown while traveling from Virginia to Kentucky" (transcribed by ) Journey to Cumberland On Monday Aug 19th Col. John Todd with a party of of our men attacked a body of Indians suppd. to be 6 or 7 hundred at the Blue Lick, & was defeated wh the loss of 65 person missin g & slain. “History of Kentucky” by Collins. A listing of Capt. John Holder’s Company at Boonesborough, J Colonel Richard Henderson’s Journal at Fort Boonesborough– Draper Papers–Kentucky Series “CC,” page 59–“Association of the Settlers of Boonesborough in for making a . The Early Settlers of Boonesborough. On the 1st of April, , Daniel Boone, Richard Henderson and their companions, reached the southern bank of the Kentucky River, and began to build a fort, afterwards known as Boonesborough.