Samuel and Amelia Curry House

Curry Houses- Reflections of Manatee

This stop includes the 1860 Samuel and Amelia Curry House, as well as two other houses, built by members of the Curry family, which can be viewed from the exterior. This house was one of several built by early pioneer Captain John Curry after his arrival in the area. The house museums have limited open hours to view the interiors. Please call Reflections of Manatee at 941-746-2035 or visit their Facebook page for event listings.

  • <p>Original and restored Curry Houses</p>
  • <p>John William Curry, son of Captain John Curry, circa 1895</p>
  • <p>Dr. Franklin Branch, early Manatee pioneer and physician, circa 1870</p>
  • <p>Samuel Curry House</p>
  • <p>Mary Amelia Curry house</p>
  • <p>Schoolteacher Mary Amelia Curry with class, 1923</p>
  • <p>Mary Amelia's bedroom</p>
  • <p>Funeral card for Captain John Curry, 1882</p>
  • <p>Theodosia Curry Lloyd house</p>
  • <p>Theodosia Curry Lloyd kitchen</p>
  • <p>Curry homestead, circa 1885-1895</p>
  • Samuel and Amelia Curry House