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Hazel Curran

Family TreeMy name is Hazel Curran. I do not have much information about my Dad, James A. Curran, side of the family. My grandmothers name is Beatrice Curran. I have a twin sister named Beatrice. I was named after my mothers mother Hazel Lucas.

My grandmother has lived in Chittenango, NY for as long as I can remember. More than 30 years. Before that she lived in Lakeport, NY. My grandfather died before I was born. My Grandmothers maiden name is Brownell. My greatgrandmother lived to be like 106 and is barried in Chittenango. My grandmother had 3 children. 2 girls (Kate) & ( ) and a boy. (James). They are from around Kirkville, Lakeport, Chittenango and surrounding areas.

I would like to find some realtive as the ones I have are thinning out. I know I have some cousins or something somewhere. If you think you may be related please say so. I would like to know where I came from and I only have information that goes back to my greatgrandmother.
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Looking for Curran History

Family TreeIm looking for anyone who may have information on Ronald Curran. He passed away a few yrs ago, had a wife named Carolyn Curran and resided in California (San Deigo) area, Im his son and no little if any information, Please help that would be great.
Charles
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john curran

Family Treehi folks i note you have astrange guest board,i am a old curran living in west australia today bit warmer than hamilton 31c+i dont think we will have a white xmas ?seasons greetings to all the curran mob
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Bill Curran

Family TreeMy Uncle - Wiliam Joseph Curran was born in Dublin - sent to live with relatives in the bakery business in Canada - went on to St Dunstan\'s Seminary and fought and died with the Canadian forces in WW1 - One of my sons - Kieron - recently took me to France and we visited his grave - something my Mother -Rosanna Curran, never had a chance to do.
Do you know the Seminary named above? I have a picture of Bill when he was there in 1913. I have no idea what part of Canada though! Cheers! Jeanette Leese
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Zimmerman- Somerville

Family TreeNancy (Stewart) Kavuk just sent me this picture along with a story. Click here to see it. In the picture are Edith Ellen (Gram) Somerville with her mother Nancy (Hall) Zimmerman and Hazel (left), Jean (right), and Norma as a baby. Click "read the whole story" to read the story.
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Great Grandma

Family TreeI am looking for info on my great grandma Leah Johnson. She married John McElroy Curran. We know that she married John and and she died april 8, 1928. We have no info on her parents. The info I have is that she gave birth to my grandmother Annie Mable in Ida Kansas in 1880.
I really would appreciate any help.

Jim
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Elvis Curran?

Family TreeElvis is Everywhere ! Skid Roper and Mojo Nixon were right. I stumbled (googled) across this link to Los Angeles based Elvis Impersonator Mark W. Curran
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Family Tree Software

I'm looking into genealogy software for this site. One of the best ones that I have found that integrates well with this type of site (geeklog) is in use at The Dahl Family Site. Check it out and let me know if you think that it is worth while.
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Family

Family TreeHi Bill and everyone,

"Heritage and tradition are the threads that link us to our past and guide is into the future, one generation to another."

I have been interested in genealogy since I can remember. I for the last five years I have been actively trying to compile a family tree. As I have been working I have found I have names, some pictures, and a few stories. My father has now joined me in my quest. It has helped and I truly enjoy the trips to the cemeteries and his recollection of facts. (He is getting really good at computer skills)

It is amazing how fast recollections of grandparents fade. Pictures of family parties show a loving and happy time, the favorite aunt or cousin's name forgotten.

I would love to hear stories anyone can remember, not only of old folk lore but maybe you siblings or children.

A picture exchange is a great idea. I'm sure every family member has a picture they would love to see and have. Maybe together we can put names to the pictures.

Nancy (Stewart) Kavuk

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Did you know that Eugene Curran Kelly was born on August 23, 1912 in Pittsburgh, PA, the third of five children. Yes, that Gene Kelly.


 

Ó Corráin, Corran, Curren, Currans, Currane, Curreen, Kirrane, O’ Corrin, O’Currane, O’Corren, Corrin

The Curran name, and its variations, are popular throughout Ireland, most particularly in county Donegal in the northern province of Ulster. The name comes from the Gaelic word “corradh” meaning ‘spear’. One of the most famous Irish Currans was John Philpot Curran, a barrister and a nationalist, whose daughter was engaged to Robert Emmett.


 

From Kenneth: The surname Curran appears to be patronymical in origin, and is believed to be associated with the Irish, meaning,"Grandson of Corran", a diminitive of "Coiradh (spear). Different spellings of the same name original surname are a common occurrence. Dictionaries of surnames indicate probable spelling variations of Curran to be Corran, Currane, Kirrane, Curreen, O'Currin, Curren,and Coiradh. Although bearers of the old and distinguished Curran name comprise a small fraction of the population, there are a number who have established for it a significant place in history.

They include: Simon Curran(O'Currin) (d.1302), Bishop of Kiljenora,Ireland.

Charles Courtney Curran (1861-1942) American painter of "perfume of the Rose", still hanging in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., "The Breezy Day"' in Philadelphia, and "Mountain Laurel."

John Philpot Curran (1750-1817) Irish orator and Judge who was a member of the Irish Parliament in 1783.

John Joseph Curran (1859-1936) ordained a priest in 1887, he spent the rest of his life as Curate and Pastor in the coal-mining area of Pennsylvania. He became famous for his support of miners and thier unions.

Amelia Curran(d.1847) She practiced painting only as an amateur, and her portrait of Percy Bysshe Shelly was exhibited in the National Portrait Exhibition in 1868.

Pearl Gildessleeve Curran (1875-1941) American composer who published about forty songs, many of them to her own texts. Her most successful works include," Dawn". "Life", "Rain", "Nursery Rhymes", and "Nocturne."
 

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