||20 Mar 1890
||Somerset KY City Cemetery
||13 Feb 1957
||Curtis Family of Somerset Ky
||16 Nov 2019 |
- NEWS: Excerpts from the Somerset Journal, 5 Mar 1920
Bring Cars Back. Brinkley Gooch and Fred Curtis returned from Cincinnati
Tuesday with two new Chevrolet trucks.
NEWS: Excerpts from the Somerset Journal, 5 Mar 1920
After Cars. Brinkley Gooch, Fred Curtis and Bud Gooch left this week for
Lancing, Michigan, to drive back three Oldsmobiles.
Mary Jo Curtis said that that Fred worked for the federal revenue dept and chased moonshine stills in kentucky. He was a revenuer. He lived all over southeastern Ky. London, Corbin, Middlesboro Ky. etc.
- Somerset KY Commonwealth Journal reprint from 1928 published 9/8/18:
Sold Three Whippets
The Queen City Motor Company reports the sale and delivery of Whippets to the follow- ing: Albert Murphy, sedan; Curtis U-Drive-It, coach; and William Burnett, Whitley City, a coach.
- SOMERSET KY COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL
NOVEMBER 17, 1948
County Officers Find Still Deputy Sheriffs Ellis Reid, Tom Price and Charles Abbott located and confiscated am 80-gallon copper still, four 50 gallon barrels and 80 gallons of mash Sunday morning and arrested Ottis G. Tucker on a charge of possessing a still.
The raid was made in a woodland three quarters of a mile east of Alpine on Neeley Creek in Pulaski County.
The still was in operation when the officers came upon the scene and Tucker was sitting in front of the still. The whiskey was in eight half-gallon jars.
Federal agents Fred Curtis and John Thompson and Deputy Sheriff Reid took Tucker to London Tuesday and he made bond for $500 for his appearance in the London Federal Court at the April term.