Curtis Alton Isham Aprox. age 12-14

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Curtis Alton Isham Aprox. age 12-14
Found on There is not much information about Curtis posted anywhere. His Father was Henry Henly Isham and his Mother Delia Brown died when he was just
2 1/2 months old. His Father died when he was 3 years old so Curtis was raised by an older Brother EB Isham (Eldridge Booth Isham).
Curtis Married Lilly Speaks and they had four Children and lived in Texas.
Sometime after 1940 He Married Myrtle Bell and they lived near Phoenix, AZ. They had three Children. Curtis Alton Jr. 1944 , Jeannie Faye, 1948 and Jerry Wayne 1951. Curtis left the marriage and went back to Texas. He died in 1967 . He was my Sons Travis Wayne Isham's Grandfather. Neither of us ever met him.
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Curtis Isham
Curtis Isham of Houston, Harris County, Texas was born on February 6, 1906 to Henry Henly Isham and Delia Brown. Curtis Isham died at age 61 years old in October 1967, and was buried in October 1967 at Salem Cemetery in Fort Worth , TX, Tarrant County.
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