Curtisville is an unincorporated community at the junction of Curtisville Road and Bamfield Road. The name is based on the township, which was named for the first settler, Ebenezer Duncan Curtis. A post office named "Curtis" operated briefly, from June 14 until August 23, 1881, with James Simons as postmaster. The office reopened as "Curtisville" on December 29, 1897, with cattle dealer Joseph Bell as postmaster. The office was discontinued on August 14, 1909, reestablished on June 3, 1910, and closed on February 15, 1955.











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