Johnson N. CURRY married Susannah "Sukey" HANSON in Carroll Co., Georgia on April 7, 1838.Sukey was the sister of my gg-grandfather Aquilla Hanson.
I found Johnson N. Curry, with Sukey and their first child in the 1840 census in Carroll Co., and they moved to Alabama sometime around 1843-44, probably to Randolph Co. at first.
In 1850, the family appears on the census for Coosa Co., in Hatchet's Creek District, Roll 4, p. 122, household #493:
Johnson CURRY, age 27, M, farmer, b. TN Susan, age 27, F, b. GA William, age 11, M, b. GA Sara, age 9, F, b. GA Delaney, age 8, F, b. GA Francis, age 5, M, b. AL Baby, age 1, M, b. AL
In 1851, Johnson purchased land in Coosa Co., not far from a place called "Curry Station," although I don't know if he was related to the Col. Curry who owned the plantation.
I know the family was still alive as of May 1863, as they are mentioned in my gg-grandfather Aquilla's letters home to his wife.
After May 1863, they seem to disappear from the face of the planet.I have not been able to find a single thing about this family other than the above and I'm curious as to what happened to them, or if there are any descendents out there who might be able to help me out.