1900 NC Vance, Henderson twp, ed 84, sh 4B E. T. Currin is with M. E. and Annie M., come Creasy boarders, and Bettie Wiggins.
1910 SC Florence, Back Swamp twp, ed 16, sh 1A Eugene Currin with his family and fa E. Thos, mo Mary E, and aunt Bettie K. Wiggins.
I agree with Thomas he's probably son of Elijah, but I don't have documentation.I think he may be double-numerated in 1850, age 12 with Elijah and Sally [NC Granville, Abraham Plains, p. 206B] and age 15 with grandmother Elizabeth (Crews) Currin [NC Granville, Goshen, p. 198], if I have the right folks.
I'm sending census images.
Elijah has a nice CivWar record you can order from NARA online: Name:Elijah T Currin Residence:Granville County, North Carolina Occupation:Farmer Enlistment Date:22 April 1862 Distinguished Service:DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served:Confederacy State Served:North Carolina Unit Numbers:161 Service Record:Enlisted as a Sergeant on 22 April 1862 at the age of 27 Enlisted in Company K, 54th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 20 May 1862. Absent on 15 June 1862 (Estimated day) Hospitalized on 21 November 1862 at Richmond, VA Returned on 15 December 1862 Promoted to Full Sergeant 1st Class on 04 February 1863 Promoted to Full Sergeant on 30 March 1863 (Estimated date of reduction) Promoted to Full Sergeant 1st Class on 20 May 1863 POW on 07 November 1863 at Rappahannock Station, VA Confined on 11 November 1863 at Point Lookout, MD Paroled on 24 February 1865 at Point Lookout, MD Exchanged on 01 March 1865 at Aiken's Landing, VA (Estimated day)