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The property has passed through a number of hands, but the Randolf family, who acquired the land in 1698, had by far the longest tenure.

Earlier, from 1674 to his death in 1676, Nathaniel Bacon lived at Curles.

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This property is among the most significant properties in Henrico County covering almost four centuries in American history.It is thought that the name Curles derived from the curles or meanders of the James River, which defines the broad flat peninsula known as Curles Neck.Researchers have also found the family name of Curle recorded in various grants over a span of one hundred years in the books at the State Land Registry Office.There were over a million M7s by BOC and delivered in 1969. The date 1962 doesn't really have anything to do with my Dad at all.There are a few Colt bayonets that preceded Milpar's contracts, but they are very expensive. Marv Thanks for the help gentlemen, I really appreciate it. A dealer at one table could be selling them for say the next table for same condition. Skip Wolfhounds, If your dad was in South East Asia in 1962, he might have carried an M14 rifle which used an M6 bayonet. When I stated assembling a representative example of the field gear he used in-country, obviously I wanted to use M-1956 gear.

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