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Curran Genealogy & History

Curran is an Irish name. It was originally derived from the Old Gaelic name O'Corraidhin, given to male descendants of Corraidhin, a personal name derived from a type of spear called a corradh. Curran family history is first recorded with one Simon O'Currin (an alternate spelling), who was the bishop of Kilfenora around 1300. Curran genealogy includes Samuel Curran, a British physicist and prolific inventor, as well as his wife Joan Curran who invented chaff to jam radars. The Curran coat of arms is three small black shields on a large silver shield. The family crest is a parrot's head between two wings.

Curran Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Abbie Curran-- --, 1893January ,1986MA
Barbara Curran-- --, 1919September 28,2002MA
C Kathryn Curran-- --, 1920July 16,1997PA
D Carol Curran-- --, 1925October 3,2006NY

Curran Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Curran-- --, 1903January 31,1988Melrose,MA
Fannie Curran-- --, 1928July 3,2003Kokomo,IN
Gail Curran-- --, 1923July 7,1988Wetumka,OK
H Lucille Curran-- --, 1910February 19,2001Oakland,CA

Curran Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Donald CurranMildred GledhillOctober 27,1967Wake, NC
John CurranOpal StewartJanuary 6,1945Wake, NC
Robert CurranNell SummersNovember 30,1952Wake, NC
William CurranTammy OverbeyAugust 24,1991Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Curran

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1018th: Block1019th: Ackerman
1020th: Swartz1021st: Alford
1022nd: Denton1023rd: Godfrey
1024th: Pate1025th: Yang

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