Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1724/08/02 Hannah Gore Curtis, wife of Samuel Curtis, gives birth to a son, Obadiah Curtis in Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, Suffolk, Province of Massachusetts Bay. Born
1750/00/00 Elizabeth Croft of Brookline marries Obadiah Curtis. The new Mrs Croft will die within a year. Groom
1751/12/28 Martha Buckminster, daughter of Joseph Buckminster and Sarah Lawson Buckminster, marries Obadiah Curtis. Groom
1773/12/16 Obadiah Curtis joins the Boston Tea Party. Curtis will not strictly follow the rules of the protest laid out by the Masons and Sons of Liberty. Curtis will make his own teabag from a pinch of tea. Curtis' descendants still own the souvenir. Patriot Boston Tea Party
1775/08/00 Obadiah and Martha Curtis loan their specie (hard money) to the colony in exchange for Continental paper during the fitting out of the expedition against Canada under General Arnold. Patriot Benedict Arnold's Expedition to Quebec
1811/11/08 Obadiah Curtis dies in Boston, Massachusetts. Mr Curtis is buried at East Parish Burying Ground in Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Died East Parish Burying Ground Newton, MA
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