Edward Henry Curtis Family Research
Edward Henry Curtis Family Research
Edward, Agatha and Gene Curtis Edward Henry Curtis Birth: 25 March 1892 Nebo, Illinois Death: 9 November 1988 Wenatchee, Washington Burial: Entiat Cemetery, Entiat, Washington Parents: Samuel F. Curtis and Icy Dora Zumwalt Occupation: Marriage: 31 July 1908 Sadie Hastings Birth: Death: Burial: Parents: Second Marriage: 1916 Agatha Bartlett Birth: Death: April 1957 Burial: Entiat Cemetery, Entiat, Washington Parents: Third Marriage: 1957 Selma Covey Birth: Death: Burial: Parents: Children: Eugene Curtis Sharon Curtis Merle Curtis Census Information: 1920 Richland Township, Wapello County, Iowa Census Image 26 Jan 1920; ED 170; Charles H. Schmitz Enumerator; page 9B, Household number 130 Curtis, Edward H. 27 IL IL IL Farmer Agatha 21 IA IA IA Eugene 2 IA IL IA Other sources: Wenatchee World Newspaper, 10 Nov 1988 Henry Edward Curtis, 96, a 53-year resident of the Wenatchee area, died in Parkside Manor Nursing Home on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1988. He was born in Nebo, Ill., on March 25, 1892, to Samuel and Icy (Zumwalt) Curtis. He spent a number of years in Illinois and then Iowa, coming eventually to Kansas City, Mo., where he remained for a time. In 1916, he married Agatha Bartlett. She died in 1958. That same year he married Selma Covey. He came to the Wenatchee area in 1935, and worked at the Harris Mill in Ardenvoir for some time. He was also a Pentecostal minister in Ardenvoir and Wenatchee for a number of years. Survivors include his daughter, Sharon Jameson of Anacortes; three stepdaughters, Velma Fulwiler of Malaga and Orlie Carkaden and Evelyn Nieshe, both of Concrete; one stepson, Donald Cook of Puyallup; one brother, Maynard Curtis of Mountain Grove, Mo.; four sisters, all of Mountain Grove; 25 grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1975, two sons and one grandson. Betts Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Wenatchee World Newspaper, 15 April 1957 Entiat--Mrs. Agatha Bartlett Curtis, 59, Entiat, a longtime Entiat Valley resident, died in the Lake Chelan Community Hospital Monday. Surviving are: her husband, E.H. Curtis; one son, Manford Curtis; and one daughter, Sharon Curtis, all of Ardenvoir. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by Jones and Jones. Wenatchee World Newspaper, 7 June 1980 Ardenvoir-- Manford "Gene" Curtis, 62, Ardenvoir, longtime Entiat Valley resident, died Monday at Central Washington Hospital. Mr. Curtis was born at Wright, Iowa, Oct. 20, 1917, and completed his formal education there. He moved with his parents to Kansas City, Kan., where they resided a short time, later moving to Entiat. On March 28, 1951, he married Margaret Criswell in Spokane. Mr. Curtis had been employed as a machinist for the Ardenvoir Mill until two years ago, when he retired. He was a member of the Wenatchee Valley Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, at home; one daughter, Eileen Curtis, Ellensburg; his father, Edward Curtis, Wenatchee; half-brother, Merle Curtis, Illinois; and one sister, Sharon Cook, Aberdeen. Mr. Curtis was preceded in death by his mother and an infant son. Betts Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Wenatchee World Newspaper, 19 Mar 2001 Margaret Criswell Curtis, 78, passed away Sunday morning, March 18, 2001, at Cashmere Convalescent Center. She was born April 17, 1922, in Dyer County, TN to Otho and Linnie (Asbridge) Criswell. She had been a resident of the Wenatchee area for 50 years. Margaret and Manford Eugene "Gene" Curtis were married March 28, 1951, in Spokane. He preceded her in death in 1980. She was a member of the Wenatchee Valley Baptist Church and was a member of the "Charity" Sunday School class. She was the only member of her family to leave the home of Tennessee and loved her family reunions when she would visit Tennessee. Her interests and hobbies included crocheting, knitting and quilting and she enjoyed traveling, particularly to Dyersburg, TN, camping at Silver Falls and at the ocean in Westport. She cherished going to church and singing hymns. She loved being with family and friends and entertaining them at her home at Ardenvoir. She will be remembered for her love and generosity and would want her family and friends to serve the Lord with gladness all the days of their lives. She is survived by her daughter, Eileen and her husband, Lynn Dronen of Wenatchee; her grandchildren, Andrew, Anna and Ginger Dronen; her brothers, Raymond Criswell of Dyersburg, TN, W.L. Criswell of Fowlkes, TN; her sister, Charlotte Moore of Newbern, TN. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Gene, her infant son Daniel Eugene and her sister Helen Rice. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, 2001, at Betts Memorial Chapel. Pastor Mike Crowe of Foothills Foursquare Church will officiate. Interment will follow at Entiat Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Tuesday from noon to 8 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Activity Department of Cashmere Convalescent Center or to Central Washington Hospital Dialysis Center. Services are under the direction of Betts Funeral Service. Link to Photo labeled "Ed Curtis, Ada (Owings) and Katy Link granddaughter" Link to Photo of Gene and Margaret Curtis, 1964 History of the Curtis Family by Maynard D Curtis If you are researching this family, please contact me at my Email Address. Thanks!
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