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I'm Rob Salzman (email: genealogy at
8630 SW Scholls Ferry Rd #133, Beaverton OR is my personal genealogy hobby site. The data contained here has been gathered through 20 years of genealogy. It contains everyone I know who are connected to European Royalty or Nobility. Some small part of it is my original research, but most of it has been generously shared with me!

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This website updated on November 18, 2016.

Family Sheet
Name: James Everett Cureton Note Born: 1740 at Edgecombe County, North Carolina Married: Abt 1758 Died: 13 Jul 1813 at Blandford, Virginia Father: Thomas Cureton Mother: Susannah Jones
Name: Betsy Heath Born: Abt 1740 at Sussex County, Virginia Died:
Name: William Jackson Cureton Born: Abt 1760 at Sussex County, Virginia Died: Wife: Celia Bannister
Name: Jeremiah Cureton Born: 1763 at Virginia Died: 22 Dec 1847 at Waxhaws, Lancaster County, South Carolina Wife: Nancy Kirk
Name: Mary Cureton Born: Abt 1765 at Prince George County, Virginia Died: Abt 1810 at Kershaw County, South Carolina Husband: Benjamin Haile
Name: Elizabeth Cureton Born: 1765 at Lancaster County, South Carolina Died: 1857 at Waxhaws, South Carolina Husband: Henry Massey
Name: Everard Cureton Born: 1781 at Prince George County, Virginia Died: 2 Sep 1853 at Pickensville, Alabama Wife: Rebecca Belton
Name: Thomas Cureton Born: 1782 at Prince George County, Virginia Died: Nov 1857 at Lancaster County, South Carolina
Name: Sarah Cureton Born: 1784 at Mecklinburg County, North Carolina Died: Husband: John Doby
1). James Everett Cureton served during the Revolution with th e Bland Dragoons in the Waxhaws in 1783. James Cureton of the 1st Light Dragoons, Continental Caval ry, on December 21, 1778, received pay as a wounded soldier , and he was paid in Nov. and Dec. 1777 and was with Gener al Lighthorse Harry Lee in his Paulus Hook escapade, an d was wounded at Brandywine . From Gwaltney s Historical R egister of Virginians in the Revolution, page 200.

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