I believe I know where Isaiah and Catherine Curry, William and Sarah Hamilton Curry and Richard and Betsy Curry Frost are buried.William had a mill on Brandywine and on this property there was a cemetery.This area is on private property.When I was in Greenfield several years ago I stopped and talked to the gentleman who's property this cemetery was on.He said I could walk back there but most of the tombstones were worn off.I can't find my notes on this, but as I recall there were no Frosts or Currys on the list he had. He told me I could walk the mile or so back there, but there no roads to this area.Since I had just come from another old Indiana graveyard and told to watch out for the copperheads, my husband and I decided not to go. I come down from William and Sarah Hamilton Curry.There daughter Elizabeth (Betsy) married Richard Frost in Adams Co., OH.The Frost's and Curry's came to IN together. Richard and Betsy's son Richard II is buried at Curry's Chapel. The Frost's married into the Warrums, Culbertson and Ellsberry. I've been trying to figure out how William fits into this family.As of now I believe that William was a brother to Isaiah and Samuel.In the 1840 Census William and Samuel are living next to each other and Catherine two houses away. William married Sarah Hamilton in 1800 in Harrison Co., KY.In the 1804 Taxes for Harrison Co.KY, he is listed as renting and living next to Joseph Curry.Next he is found in Adams Co., OH owning land. In 1830 he sells this land and moves to Hancock Co., IN. In The Pioneers of Madison and Hancock Counties it is stated" Among the first settlers of the county were the Currys.Two brothers, Isaiah and Samuel, ......including brothers, cousins..."With the information I have now I believe William and Isaiah are brothers. I'm hoping to get back to Staunton next summer to look through the land records and find out more about the William mentioned in Samuel's Will of 1808 and the land he received.