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The descendants of Callaway Curnutt : Anderson County, Tennessee

compiled by M. M. Greenwood
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Terre Haute, Indiana : M. Greenwood, 1986
30 leaves.

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Includes information on the Cox and Reynolds families.

Calloway Curnutt (born ca. 1821) married Sarah E. Harless 22 December 1842 in Anderson Co., Tennessee and between 1870-1880 remarried Mary (surname unknown) after the death of his first wife Sarah. Calloway had seven children who were all born in Anderson Co., Tennessee. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois and elsewhere.

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