Last name: Curry
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hey my name is jerlisha curry i am look for all crry family i need know my family here my number 9042260955 i live in plam cost fl
hey name is jerlisha curry ineed to know all my family curry i am 16 year old and my father dead last mouth his name is jim curry
They keep telling me that my surname has Irish origins but I don't feel Irish
I am researching the Curry family from Suffolk, England.
Curry is an irish name,mainly around south Tipperary,and County Clare
My name, (if not shown), is Brian Curry. My family comes from the city of Durham located in the county of Durham, England. Durham is a coastal town located in the north of England along the eastern coast. I have genealogical records of this. It was my 3rd great grandfather Thomas Curry who came here.
I hope this helps someone who is looking for ancestors. There are still Curry's who live in Durham.
My family originally came from North Curry in Somerset
Tammie Waters Walden
Searching my Curry roots. My grandmother was a Curry. Looking for any information I can get. I live in the U.S. Just started doing my family tree and finding a lot of my Curry family. I feel I have Irish/Scottish roots. Hopefully I will find out soon.
Hi my family come from the town of Antrim in Northern Ireland . I have done some research so if this helps:IN 1901 FATHER ALEXANDER CURRY BORN APROX 1852 . MOTHER ELIZABETH CURRY BORN APROX 1853 CHILDREN - GEORGE JACKSON CURRY 1879,ALEXANDER 1880 ( left for South Africa 1902 aprox) JEANIE 1882,DAVID ALLEN 1884,MATILDA 1889,ANNIE 1893 , HENRY 1896. Family of ' Boot makers ' or shoe makers . i have tried to go back a generation but no hard evidence as yet.Please get intouch if any of these come up in your trees . email@example.com
I have done a lot of family history & our Curry line were in Norfolk from late eighteenth century working on the Houghton Hall estate before moving up to Yorkshire in the mid nineteenth century as part of the move from rural to urban migration for employment reasons. I thought the name might link to the use of a curry comb by horse tenders ie people working with the horses in centuries past.