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1856 Taranaki Herald, 25 October 1856: BIRTHS. On tbe 2nd Instant, at Omata, the wife of Mr George Curtis of a son. Bapt. Omata Church
Taranaki Herald, 27 September 1905: DEATH.  CURTIS.—On 27th September, 1905 at New Plymouth Hospital, Eugene Rees Curtis, a younger brother of Messrs Curtis Bros. of Stratford and H. B. Curtis, of Inglewood.
Taranaki Herald, 27 September 1905: FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Funeral of the late Eugene Rees Curtis* will leave the Hospital Grounds at 2 p.m. on FRIDAY, 29th inst., for Te Henui  Cemetery. Friends will kindly accept this intimation. W. F. BROOKING, Undertaker.
Obituary. MR EUGENE REES CURTIS. There died at the New Plymouth Hospital this (Wednesday) morning a member of a well-known Taranaki family, Mr Eugene Rees Curtis, fifth son of the late Mr George Curtis, of Omata. The deceased, who, had he lived till Monday next, October 2nd, would have attained, the age of 49 years, had for years been engaged in farming pursuits — first on his father's farm at Omata, and when the farm was sold, at other places. His health was never robust, and a few years since he gave up farming, but lived on farms as a paying guest, the country air suiting him better than that of the town. On the 10th of the present month, kidney trouble from which he had suffered assumed an acute form, and at his own desire he was taken to the New Plymouth Hospital for treatment, where, despite all that the medical and nursing staff could do, He passed quietly away at  3 a.m. to-day. His brothers and sisters— Messrs G. N., C. S. and O M (of Stratford) H. B. (Inglewood) E. T. (Customs officer, Gladstone), Mrs Carthew (Henui), and Mrs 1. W. Mace (Koru) will have the sympathy of a large number of friends at their bereavement. , The funeral will leave the Hospital for Henui Cemetery at 2 p.m; on Friday.
Taranaki Herald,  31 October 1905, Page 4
In the Supreme Court, in Chambers, on the 24th October, on the motion of Mr Standish. (Standish and Kerr) probate of the last will and testament of Eugene Rees Curtis, late of Koru, deceased, was granted by his Honour Mr Justice Edwards to George Newsham Curtis and Charles Stuart Curtis, .two of the. executors therein named ; the usual power being reserved to the Court to grant probate to the other executor whenever he shall ap pear and sue for the same