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Cearley, Kerley, Curley, etc..

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Cearley, Kerley, Curley, etc..

Posted: 6 Oct 2003 6:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 23 Feb 2005 6:00PM GMT
Surnames: Cearley, Kerley, Curley, Flannery, Coffman, Davis
My line has been spelled Cearley until I get to my gg-grandfather & he's been found spelled Kerley, Curley and Carley. The line is as follows:

grandfather Elias Andrew Cearley b. 8/5/1889 d. 8/27/1976
m. Jewell Eunice Flannery 3/4/1923

g-grand Robert Newton Cearley b. 9/17/1859 d. 5/19/1940
m. Rebecca Davis
m. Catherine Coffman

gg-grand W.R. "John" Curley b. 1818 Alexander Co. N.C.
m. Matilda Davis

Robert Newton & his family along with Matilda and the remaining children moved to Texas in 1888. I have info indicating W.R.'s father was William CURLEY b. 1786 in N.C. and was married to Drucilla ? b. 1802.

If anyone has any info to add or correct I would be interested in hearing from you.
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reneashmore 7 Oct 2003 12:56AM GMT 
DHubin 27 Nov 2006 4:26PM GMT 
reneashmore 14 Jan 2007 4:29AM GMT 
littlered66_1 7 Jan 2009 2:31AM GMT 
reneashmore 25 May 2009 3:42PM GMT 
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JudithSchreib... 7 Jan 2009 4:15PM GMT 
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