1760 - Bef 1800
||MCCURDY Elijah |
||Chester County, Pennsylvannia
||Ninety Sixth District Abbeville, South Carolina
|Assistant Marshall |
||Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina 
||Ancestors of Catherine Yvonne King | The Ancestors and Descendants of Johan Jakob Brown/Braun the "Waggonmaker".
||21 Mar 2004 |
||MCCURDY *John, b. Abt 1731, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvannia , d. Abt 1820, Pennsylvannia |
||FOX Mary, b. 6 Jan 1739/1740, d. Abt 1830, Pennsylvania |
||Westmoreland County, PA
||HARRIS *Anne Handy, b. 1764/1765, Snow Hill, Eastern Shore, MD , d. Bef 27 Jun 1831, Lincoln County, Tennessee |
||Abbeville Co., SC
| ||1. MCCURDY John H., b. ca 1798, Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina , d. After 1880, DeKalb County, Alabama |
| ||2. MCCURDY Mary A.H., b. Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina |
| ||3. MCCURDY Elizabeth Louraney, b. Before 1791, Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina |
| ||4. MCCURDY Unknown Daughter, b. Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina |
| ||5. MCCURDY Rebecca H, b. Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina |
| ||6. MCCURDY Sarahtee, b. Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina |
|>||7. MCCURDY Nathaniel Warren, b. 1796, Abbeville Township, Abbeville Co, South Carolina , d. DeKalb County, Alabama |
|>||8. MCCURDY *Elijah , Jr., b. 18 Nov 1798, Abbeville Co., SC , d. 20 Nov 1875, DeKalb Co., AL |
||Six Patiots of the American Revolution|
Six Patriots of the American Revolution and One
Probable Loyalist with Descendants in Jackson and
DeKalb Counties, Alabama
NSDAR#631571 by Frances Lyles Gay Varnell ( 1986)
- SOURCE NOTES:
Elijah McCurdy, Sr. was assistant Marshall of the Ninety-sixth District of Abbeville, South Carolina ( 1790 Census ). He is mentioned as the Elijah who went south in the book " The Ancestral McCurdys ".
Elijah McCurdy and Ann Handy Harris's children were:
Nathaniel Warren, Sr ( born 1796)
Elijah, Jr. ( born 1798, South Carolina)
Elijah McCurdy, Sr. was born in 1760 in Chester County, Pennsylvannia. He was the oldest child of Lt. John McCurdy and Mary Fox. He is mentioned as the Elijah who went south and was lost in the book
" The Ancestral McCurdys" by H. Percy Blanchard.
He married Ann Handy Harris, the daughter of Reverend John Harris and Mary Handy. Elijah was the Assistant Marshall of the Ninety Sixth District as stated on the 1790 Abbeville, South Carolina Census. He died in the year 1800 at around 40 years of age, leaving Ann Handy Harris McCurdy a widow with eight
children. He is buried in or near Abbeville, South Carolina. His signature can be found on page # 359
of The McCurdy Family, Early Settlers of DeKalb County, Alabama.
- [S44] McCurdy Family ( Lessley & Clark Families ), Betty Jo Ellis, (firstname.lastname@example.org).