|Birth: ||Feb. 22, 1872|
|Death: ||Dec. 12, 1958|
Mother Emily Bell Curvey and Father Van Austin Curvey.He was the third of eight children born on the Clark farm on the Pedro Creek between Augusta and Germany Texas.
He married Ella Reed Curvey and had ten children: Lillie Curvey Davis Knox, Caldona Curvey (died at 2 year old), McKinnley Curvey, Willie Curvey (Married Winnie Bonner),Pennington Curvey (married Mallie Hatch), Viola Curvey Singletary Ford Cummings Luster, B. Cleatchia Curvey Henry, Fannie Curvey Simpson, Napoleon Curvey married two times last WIlma Branch, and Ethel Curvey who died at 2 years old.
He later married Mary Harvey who preceded him in death and Odeia Smith.
He lived his entire life in Augusta, Texas. He was paptised and was a deacon in Brewington Baptist Church. Jenkins Chapel Christian Church was located on his personal property.
He had seven siblings: Thomas Curvey, Wiley(Bud) Curvey, Arvella(Vella) Curvey, Lum who spelled his last name Curvay, Lubell Curvey, Roxie (Tisha) Curvey and Arthur (Bunk) Curvey.
Thomas Married Ellen Allen and later Carrie, Bud who died young married Emma Davis, Vella Married Neal Walker, Lum married Nicy Dancer and later Flossie White, Lubell married Albert Eden, Tisha married Me. Odom. Arthur moved to Oklahoma and married.
Van Austin Curvey (1844 - ____)
Emily Bell Curvey (1850 - 1892)
Ella Reed Curvey (1871 - 1957)
Mary Johnson Curvey (1879 - 1936)*
Lillie Davis Curvey Knox (1881 - 1976)*
Caldona Curvey (1885 - 1887)*
McKinley Curvey (1893 - 1975)*
Willie Curvey (1897 - 1958)*
Pennington Curvey (1900 - 1971)*
Viola Cummings Luster Curvey (1900 - 1997)*
B Cleatchia Curvey Henry (1902 - 1994)*
Fannie Neely Curvey Simpson (1905 - 1988)*
Valcurses Curvey (1906 - 1910)*
Napoleon C. Curvey (1908 - 1980)*
Ethel Curvey (1909 - ____)*
Wiley Curvey (1871 - 1901)*
Van Jefferson Curvey (1872 - 1958)
Arvella Curvey Walker (1879 - 1954)*
Lumn Curvay (1880 - 1965)*
Lou Bell Curvey Edens (1882 - 1958)*
Roxie Curvey Oldhaus (1889 - 1957)*
Arthur Curvey (1891 - ____)*
Note: Information submitted by the Houston County Historical Commission, Crockett, TX
Post Oak Cemetery
Maintained by: ella green
Originally Created by: Petty & Pickens
Record added: Apr 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50978251
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Added: Apr. 5, 2014