Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Tombstone Tuesday–Ellen Elizabeth Curlee

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Ellen Elizabeth Allen 26 Nov 1854-18 Mar 1938

Ellen Elizabeth Curlee was the daughter of James F Curlee and Margaret Efird. She was born in Anson County North Carolina in 1854. At the age of 20 years, she married William Henry Allen in 1874, and in the 1880 Federal Census was living in Wadesboro, Anson, North Carolina with her mother Margaret Curlee and her brother and sister.

                                                                  

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1880 Federal Census: North Carolina, Anson, Wadesboro

House # 254, Family #254 Curlee, Margaret 44 year old white female
                                        “   , Millard F 20 year old white male, son
                                        “   , Mary M 16 year old white female, daughter
                                   Allen, Henry 26 year old white male, son-in-law
                                     “   , Elisabeth 23 year old white female, daughter
                                     “   , Addie M 5 year old white female, granddaughter
                                     “   , Thomas 2 year old white male, grandson
                                     “   , Robert 1 year old white male, grandson
                                  Allen, Faiton 20 year old mulatto male, servant
                                     “  , John 24 year old black male, servant

In the 1910 census she is living in Stanly County North Carolina where she lived until her death in 1938.

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North Carolina Death Certificate

Stanly County, Center Township
Mrs. W. H. Allen (Ellen)
Residence: home of son Clyde Allen Norwood NC
Date of Death: 3-17-1938
Female White Widow
Wife of William H Allen
Date of birth: Nov 26 1854
84 years 3 months 21 days
House Worker
Birthplace: Anson
Father: James Curlee born in NC
Mother: Margaret Efird born in Stanly Co
Informant: Mrs. Clyde Allen
Norwood NC
Burial: Norwood 3-18-1938
Undertaker: Morton Furniture Co Norwood NC
Cause of Death: Cardiovascular Renal Disease
Myocardial Failure

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