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Curtis, Emmeline, 1913-2005



  • Existence: 1913 - 2005


Emmeline Curtis (1913-2005) was a school teacher and the wife of Samuel Frederick Curtis.

Emmeline Hastings was born on December 2, 1913, in Mesa, Arizona to her parents Joseph and Amanda C. Kempe Hastings and was the last of five siblings. She attended Brigham Young University and Arizona State University and earned a teaching degree, and became a public school teacher in Arizona. She married Samuel Frederick Curtis in the Mesa Arizona Temple in 1941, and they had six children. In 1989, she accompanied her husband on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Louisiana Baton Rouge Mission. Emmeline died at home May 19, 2005, in Mesa, Arizona.

Find-a-Grave, via WWW, Jan. 23, 2019 (Emmeline Hastings; b. Dec. 2, 1913 in Mesa, Ariz; parents: Joseph and Amanda C. Kempe Hastings, last of five siblings; attended Brigham Young University and Arizona State University, earned teaching degree; public school teacher in Ariz.; m. 1941 to Samuel Frederick Curtis in Mesa Arizona Temple, six children; 1989, served as missionary with husband in Louisiana Baton Rouge Mission; d. May 19, 2005, at home in Mesa, Ariz.)

Samuel Frederick Curtis papers, approximately 1930-2017(Emmeline Curtis; wife of Samuel Frederick Curtis)

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Samuel Frederick Curtis papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 9035
Scope and Contents Materials include journals, letters, notebooks, photographs, negatives, and audiocassettes of Samuel Frederick "Fred" Curtis and his wife Emmeline Curtis. Topics of materials include Fred's mission in Germany and the mission Samuel and Emmeline later served in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, both for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, their family of six children, and Fred's work at and donations to Brigham Young University. Some photographs depict military camps and activities aboard...
Dates: approximately 1930-2017