Stephen R. Culbertson

M, b. 15 January 1790, d. June 1854
     Stephen R. Culbertson was born on 15 January 1790 at Pennsylvania. He married Mary Hays. Stephen R. Culbertson died in June 1854 at Pennsylvania at age 64.

Child of Stephen R. Culbertson and Mary Hays

William L. Culbertson1

M, b. circa 1844
     William L. Culbertson was born circa 1844 at Franklin or Cumberland Co., PA.1 He was the son of David Hayes Culbertson and Mary Galbreath Linn.1


  1. [S3259] 1860 Federal Census, Scott County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 340; FHL #803340.

Franklin Evan Cullen

     Franklin Evan Cullen married Sarah Eleanor McClusky.

Child of Franklin Evan Cullen and Sarah Eleanor McClusky

Josephine Ellen Cullen

F, b. 9 March 1893, d. 11 November 1971
     Josephine Ellen Cullen was born on 9 March 1893 at Chesterfield, Macoupin Co., IL. She was the daughter of Franklin Evan Cullen and Sarah Eleanor McClusky. Josephine Ellen Cullen married James Martin Kitzmiller, son of James W. Kitzmiller and Georgia M. Palmer, on 19 December 1914.
Note: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Alton Evening Telegraph; Alton, Illinois; Tuesday, October 4, 1955, Page 8

Mrs. Kitzmiller is Feted With Party
Mrs. William Kemper Jr. [Patricia Ann (Smith) Kemper], of Richmond Heights, Mo., was hostess at a shower Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Kemper [Charlotte Martha "Lottie" (Kitzmiller) Kemper] in Medora, honoring Mrs. Martin Kitzmiller [Mary M. (Denby) Kitzmiller].
Games were played, prizes going to Mrs. D. W. Voorhees [Mary Electa (Kitzmiller) Voorhees], Mrs. Martin Kitzmiller [Mary M. (Denby) Kitzmiller] and Mrs. Mary White. Refreshments were served.
Pink and blue was the color scheme carried out in the decorations. A minature bassinet of blue, trimmed in pink, centered the gift table. Favors were miniture cradles filled with nuts and candies.
Present were: Mrs. J. M. Kitzmiller [Josephine E. (Cullen) Kitzmiller], Mrs. Gene Schaefer [Mary L. (Kitzmiller) Schaefer], Mrs. J. M. Peebles [Nellie B. (McCrellis) Peebles], Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. D. W. Voorhees [Helen (Auld) Voorhees], Mrs. Ed Tonsor [Virginia Maxine (Denby) Tonsor], Mrs. Martin Kitzmiller [Mary M. (Denby) Kitzmiller], Mrs. William Kemper Sr. [Florence Eileen "Eileen" (Peebles)], Mrs. Charlotte Kemper [Charlotte Martha "Lottie" (Kitzmiller) Kemper] and Mrs. William Kemper Jr. [Patricia Ann (Smith) Kemper].

Josephine Ellen Cullen died on 11 November 1971 at age 78. She was buried in November 1971 at Kemper Cemetery, Kemper, Jersey Co., IL, Find A Grave Memorial# 22923809.

Children of Josephine Ellen Cullen and James Martin Kitzmiller

Mary Cullen1

F, b. 1876, d. 1959
     Mary Cullen was born in 1876 at Ireland.1 She married John A. McCurry. Mary Cullen died in 1959. She was buried in 1959 at Saint Charles Borromeo Church Cemetery, Pikesville, Baltimore Co., MD, Findagrave #48355716.

Child of Mary Cullen and John A. McCurry


  1. [S3333] 1920 Federal Census, Baltimore (Independent City), Maryland. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls 656-69; FHL #1820656-69.

Ruth E. Cullens1

F, b. circa 1900
     Ruth E. Cullens was born circa 1900 at Ohio.1 She married Carl J. Deis circa 1918.1

Child of Ruth E. Cullens and Carl J. Deis


  1. [S526] 1920 Federal Census, Montgomery County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, Series T625, Rolls 1419 - 1423.

Abram Henry Culler

M, b. circa 1885
     Abram Henry Culler was born circa 1885 at Franklin Co., PA. He married Lulu Barr, daughter of Benjamin Franklin Barr and Hannah Prudence Price, on 14 April 1955 at Frederick Co., VA.

Dr. John McCleary Culler Jr.

M, b. 16 March 1916, d. 27 January 1999
     Dr. John McCleary Culler Jr. was born on 16 March 1916 at Frederick Co., MD; son of John McCleary and Mary Ada (Biggs) Culler. He began military service WW II service, U.S. Army. He married Mary Ruth Harner, daughter of Dr. Arnold Vaughn Harner Sr. and Mary Ruth Fisher. Dr. John McCleary Culler Jr. died on 27 January 1999 at Braddock Heights, Frederick Co., MD, at age 82

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Frederick News-Post, Saturday, January 23, 1999.

Dr. John McCleary Culler Jr., 82, prominent retired Frederick physician of 116 Fairview Ave., died Friday morning, Jan. 22, at Vindobona Nursing Home, Braddock Heights. He was the husband of Mary Ruth Harner Culler. Born March 16, 1916, in Frederick, he was a son of the late John M. and Mary Ada Biggs Culler Sr.

Dr. Culler graduated from Frederick High School in 1934, and from Western Maryland College, Westminster. He then attended the University of Maryland Medical School. Upon graduation, he began his medical residency at the Baltimore Church Home Hospital, until he was called to serve with the U.S. Army during World War II. He served as commanding officer of a U.S. Army Hospital in Seoul, South Korea, until his discharge at the conclusion of the war, then he resumed his residency in Baltimore.

He returned to Frederick in 1949, and began his practice of general surgery and served for several terms as chief of staff of Frederick Memorial Hospital. He retired from practice in 1986. He held a membership in the American College of Surgeons. Active within the Frederick community, Dr. Culler served as physician for Independent Hose Co. 1, and for other fire companies in the area. He served on the board of directors of Farmers & Mechanics National Bank and Frederick Historical Society. He also served as staff physician of the former Loats Orphan Home, East Church Street, and Vindobona Nursing Home, Braddock Heights. He was a member of Frederick Presbyterian Church in his youth, and later a member of Grace United Church of Christ, where he served as a deacon and elder. He was also a member of John R. Webb Post, VFW, and Francis Scott Key Post 11, American Legion. He was a patron of Rose Hill Manor, and constructed models of the Clustered Spires of Frederick, which are now displayed at the children's museum at Rose Hill Manor. Dr. Culler was well known for his interest in HO Gauge model railroading and coil collecting.

Surviving in addition to his wife are two children, John M. Culler III and wife Frances of Lewis Center, Ohio, and Trish Culler and husband Daniel E. Surber of Frederick; and four grandchildren, Jarrett M. and Jeffrey M. Culler, and Carolee and Gary M. Smith.

The family will receive friends from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, and Sunday, Jan. 24, at Keeney and Basford Funeral Home, 106 E. Church St., Frederick, where funeral services will begin at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 25. The Rev. Dr. Joseph R. Foster, pastor of Grace United Church of Christ, assisted by the Revs. Daniel E. Surber and Roger Rollins, will officiate.

Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick.

Note: Frederick News Post, Maryland, Wednesday, March 13, 1974.

Standing over eight inches tall, the steeple of the Saint John's Church towers over the other nine buildings. Their creator, Dr. John Culler, stands above it all. Culler is no Lilliputian but in his world 20 feet equals one inch. Last year the 57-year old Frederick surgeon reconstructed ten of Frederick's oldest and best known miniature. And starting this spring the models will become a permanent display at the Rose Hill Manor tourist exhibit. "They're all part of the walking tour of Frederick," Culler explains. "I thought if we had something to show people and guide them Rose Hill Manor will become a more popular tourist center. Each model is scaled down precisely. They are built with construction cardboard and ornamented with hand crafted metal fittings. Culler notes that the ten original structures are over 100 years old. "The newest ones were built between 1850 and 1860 and many of the old plans have been lost. So I had to go down and measure the buildings myself," Culler says. The collection includes the five churches which compose the spires of Frederick, the Barbara Fritchie House, the Hessian Barricks, the Taney House, the Steiner House and the Independence Engine House. After recording the dimensions of the buildings, Culler scales the dimensions down to his ratio of 20 feets equals one inch. Culler recalls that in measuring one church no one knew how high it was and it took the pastor six weeks to find out. In his work Culler has noticed several unusual designs in the buildings. "The Lutheran Church steeples are not perfectly square...they're octagonal," he says. Culler started the project in February, 1973 and completed a model a month. He says this is the latest modeling project in a hobby which first started in 1938 when he became interested in building trains. "I've been building models practically my whole life," he says. "I started building models in the Lionel (train) size and then I evolved to H-0 size and then these which are less than half H-O size," he says. Culler says he first became interested in constructing his historic building display over a year ago when Mrs. Charles Sanner took note of his talents and suggested that he try modeling several of Frederick's historic buildings. Culler grabbed the suggestion and started his models. "I particularly wanted to do the churches which make up the spires of Frederick, the Hessian Barracks and several other well-known buildings." "Each one took a lot of background work and since I modeled these after the original buildings I had to get pictures of the original building," he said. Culler, who has been surgeon for the Independent Fire Company for 20 years started his task with the Independent Engine House. His model is copied after the original building which was built in 1818. "The company has a pictoral history of the building so I got most of my information there," Culler says. "But for the other buildings I went to the Sanborn map (an insurance company map which keeps an up to date record of the buildings in Frederick) for a lot of the dimensions." Although Culler says he is taking a short break in his modeling he plans to build models of the present court house, the B & 0 Railroad Station and City Hall. Presently his models are on display at Rice's Color Center at the intersection of Fifth and North Market Streets. They will be moved to Rose Hill Manor later this spring.

Child of Dr. John McCleary Culler Jr. and Mary Ruth Harner

Patricia Ann Culler

F, b. 21 July 1949, d. 1 December 2020
     Patricia Ann Culler was also known as "Trish". She was born on 21 July 1949 at Frederick, Frederick Co., MD. She was the daughter of Dr. John McCleary Culler Jr. and Mary Ruth Harner. Patricia Ann Culler died on 1 December 2020 at Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD, at age 71

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Patricia "Trish" Ann Culler of Hagerstown, Maryland passed away Tuesday December 01, 2020.
Born July 21, 1949 in Frederick, Maryland to the late Dr. John M. Culler and Mary Ruth Culler.

Trish's surviving relatives include her two children: son Mac Smith and his partner Daniel Rodriquez and daughter Kelly Smith-Neuens and her husband Brian Neuens. Trish is also survived by her brother John M. Culler III, his wife Frances Culler, their son, Jeffrey Culler and his family and their daughter-in-law Karie Culler and her son.

Trish was a small business owner and loving parent. She was passionate about animal welfare and adoption, and every year hand knitted hats to keep premature babies warm for Frederick Memorial Hospital.

Graveside service will be held at Mt. Olivet Cemetery on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 11:30 AM. Masks and social distancing is required.

She was buried in December 2020 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, Frederick Co., MD, Findagrave #219417223.

Mary Magdalene Cullers

F, b. 17 January 1776, d. 23 June 1838
     Mary Magdalene Cullers was born on 17 January 1776 at Shenandoah Co., VA. She married Henry Burner on 12 November 1793 at Shenandoah Co., VA. Mary Magdalene Cullers died on 23 June 1838 at Newark, Licking Co., OH, at age 62. She was buried in June 1838 at Franklin Township Lutheran Cemetery, Newark, Licking Co., OH, Findagrave #37399216.

Child of Mary Magdalene Cullers and Henry Burner

Betty Louise Culli

F, b. 14 August 1927, d. 29 December 1988
     Betty Louise Culli was born on 14 August 1927 at Belleville, St. Clair Co., MO. She was the daughter of Raymond Leonard Culli Sr. and Jessie Estella Everett. Betty Louise Culli married Walter Robert Vohs on 4 October 1947. Betty Louise Culli died on 29 December 1988 at age 61

Obituary -- St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri; Sunday, 1 JAN 1989, p.47 (

VOHS, BETTY L., (nee Culli), 61, Pilot Knob, MO, suddenly Dec. 29, beloved wife of Walter Vohs, dear mother of Sandy Otto, loving daughter of Norma Culli, dear sister of Raymond Culli Jr., Marlene Tucker and Janet Papp, dear grandmother, aunt, sister-in-law and csousin.

Funeral service Mon. Jan. 2, 11 a.m. from the BRYSON Funeral Home, Pilot Knob, Mo. Visitation Sun., 6 p.m.

She was buried at Arcadia Valley Memorial Park, Arcadia, Iron Co., MO, Findagrave #142344373.

Raymond Leonard Culli Sr.

M, b. 17 December 1900, d. 9 January 1965
     Raymond Leonard Culli Sr. was born on 17 December 1900 at St. Clair Co., IL. He married Jessie Estella Everett, daughter of Carl Stover Everett and Annie Smith, After Jessie's death, Raymond remarried to Norma Gibson, 2 JUL 1932, Marion County, Indiana. Raymond Leonard Culli Sr. died on 9 January 1965 at St. Louis, MO, at age 64. He was buried in January 1965 at Walnut Hill Cemetery, Belleville, St. Clair Co., MO, Findagrave #190327229.

Child of Raymond Leonard Culli Sr. and Jessie Estella Everett

Edward Culliton

     Edward Culliton married Bertha Munsinger, daughter of William H. Munsinger and Helen Louise Dreher, circa 1911.
Note: First name from obituary of Bertha's brother Melvin Munsinger. An Edward Culliton, born about 1884 in Canada, listed in the 1910 census of Duluth, might or might not be the correct individual. Have never found evidence of the marriage or his death. Bertha's marital status was "M" on the 1920 census.

Child of Edward Culliton and Bertha Munsinger

Lillian May Culliton

F, b. 31 March 1912, d. 8 May 1998
     Lillian May Culliton was born on 31 March 1912 at Great Falls, Cascade Co., MT.1 She was the daughter of Edward Culliton and Bertha Munsinger. Lillian May Culliton lived on 5 January 1920 at 873 Eleventh Avenue North, St. Cloud, Stearns Co., MN, with her grandparents Munsinger. She lived on 7 April 1930 at 316 East Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, waitress in cafe, Frank Tempesta was a roomer in the same hotel.2 She married Frank Arthur Tempesta after April 1930. Lillian May Culliton lived on 3 April 1940 at 487 Third Avenue North, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN. She died on 8 May 1998 at Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, at age 86

Obituary, (via, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, 10 MAY 1998, p.31:

Lillian M., age 86, of NE Mpls. Survived by daughters, Phyllis Hall, Patricia Johnson, Geraldine Ballot; 15 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. No services will be held. Arr. by Rainville Brothers Chapel.

Child of Lillian May Culliton and Frank Arthur Tempesta


  1. [S539] 1920 Federal Census, Stearns County, Minnesota. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls 862-63; FHL #1820862-63.
  2. [S915] 1930 Federal Census, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 1088-1101; FHL #2340823-36.
  3. [S4664] 1940 Federal Census, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1975.

Vachel Cullondine

     Vachel Cullondine married Rachel Conrad, daughter of Christopher Conrad and Barbara Wetzel, on 12 July 1841 at Hocking Co., OH.

Dora K. Cullop

F, b. 2 December 1886, d. 18 May 1973
     Dora K. Cullop was born on 2 December 1886 at Pulaski Co., VA. She married Calvin Holmes Windle, son of John Floyd Windle and Nancy Christley, in 1909 at Pulaski Co. (probably), VA. Dora K. Cullop died on 18 May 1973 at age 86. She was buried in May 1973 at Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Draper, Pulaski Co., VA.

Alec Cully

     Alec Cully married Nora (?).

Child of Alec Cully and Nora (?)

Susie Jane Cully

F, b. 14 September 1921, d. 13 December 1988
     Susie Jane Cully was born on 14 September 1921 at Sasakwa, Seminole Co., OK. She was the daughter of Alec Cully and Nora (?) Susie Jane Cully married Horace James Petete, son of Emmitt Leroy Petete and Edna Martha Cain, on 11 May 1941 at Seminole, Seminole Co., OK. Susie Jane Cully died on 13 December 1988 at Norman, OK, at age 67 HOLDENVILLE DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, December 13, 1988
Susie Jane Petete, 410 North Walnut, died at Norman Regional hospital Tuesday at the age of 67. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in First Baptist church with Rev. Mack Peercy and Rev. Jim Paxton officiating. Burial will be in Holdenville cemetery, under direction of Hudson Funeral Home. She was born Sept. 14, 1921 in Sasakwa. She was reared in the Carr City community. She attended Sacred Heart school and married Horace Petete May 11, 1941 in Seminole. She had made her home in Holdenville since 1945. She was nominee for the outstanding area volunteer in 1984, a certificate of participation. She took part in the first grass roots symposium of housing for retired Americans. She was a member of the American Associations of Retired Persons, a member of the Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, 1988; member of the Council of the Seminole tribe of Oklahoma, 1988; Department of Human Services certificate of appreciation
from Governor George Nigh; Senior Citizen of the Year Western Week; Senior Citizens Queen; Outstanding
older Oklahoman from the COEDD Agency on Aging; Head Start service award, and attended Silver Haired
Legislature in Washington. She did volunteer work for many programs for the elderly and needy in Hughes and Seminole counties. Survivors include: her husband, Horace Petete, of the home; two daughters, Vicky and son-in-law Richard Mackey of Holdenville, and Karen Brown of Ada; two sons and daughter-in-law, Lloyd and Lillie Petete, Moore, and Leon and Vicky Petete, Ada; six grandsons; two granddaughters; seven sisters: Beulah Bemo, Wewoka; Ruby Jesse, Sasakwa; Jan McKane, Yeager; Polly Palmer of Tulsa; Amy Owings, Sasakwa; Dorothy Tiger, Konawa; Mary Lee Bender, Norman; and one brother, William Bean, Konawa. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Oncology ward of Norman Regional
hospital in memory of Susie Petete.

Sophia Magdalena Culman

     Sophia Magdalena Culman married Christian Schmidt.

Child of Sophia Magdalena Culman and Christian Schmidt

Margaret Ellen Culmer

F, b. 16 October 1909, d. 2 November 1994
     Margaret Ellen Culmer was born on 16 October 1909 at Bloomington, Monroe Co., IN. She was the daughter of Walter N. Culmer and Mary E. Beck.1 Margaret Ellen Culmer married Robert Miltorn Huncilman, son of Martin Joseph Huncilman and Elizabeth Windell, on 24 December 1933 at Bloomington, Monroe Co., IN. Margaret Ellen Culmer died on 2 November 1994 at Coconino Co., AZ, at age 85 Dates per SSDI, last residence Sedona.

Children of Margaret Ellen Culmer and Robert Miltorn Huncilman


  1. [S3110] 1910 Federal Census, Monroe County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 371; FHL #1374384.

Walter N. Culmer1

M, b. circa 1875, d. August 1960
     Walter N. Culmer was born circa 1875 at Indiana.1 He married Mary E. Beck on 6 August 1908 at Monroe Co., IN. Walter N. Culmer died in August 1960.

Child of Walter N. Culmer and Mary E. Beck


  1. [S3110] 1910 Federal Census, Monroe County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 371; FHL #1374384.

Anne Culp1

     Anne Culp married Daniel Hackman, son of Abraham Hackman and Elizabeth Stauffer, in 1794.1


  1. [S210] Daniel W. Bly, From the Rhine to the Shenandoah, Vol. III, p. 101.

Clara M. Culp1

F, b. July 1867
     Clara M. Culp was born in July 1867 at Kansas Father born Ohio, mother born Canada, per 1900 census info.1 She married Grant L. Windle, son of William Windle and Susan B. Baker, circa 1898.1

Child of Clara M. Culp and Grant L. Windle


  1. [S297] 1900 Federal Census, Richardson County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 938; FHL #1240938.

Eliza J. Culp

F, b. 14 March 1836, d. 1 April 1897
     Eliza J. Culp was born on 14 March 1836. She married Augustus Akeman. Eliza J. Culp died on 1 April 1897 at age 61. She was buried in April 1897 at Prairie Grove Cemetery, Dogwood, Crawford Co., IL, Find A Grave Memorial# 50698050.

Child of Eliza J. Culp and Augustus Akeman

Henry Culp


Child of Henry Culp

Laura Culp1

     Laura Culp married Frank Brunst.

Child of Laura Culp and Frank Brunst


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, p.57.

Ora Ketchum Culp

F, b. 26 May 1883, d. 30 January 1972
     Ora Ketchum Culp was born on 26 May 1883 at Eden, Benton Co., IA. She married Herbert Ullin Cantonwine on 27 February 1901 at Benton Co., IA. Ora Ketchum Culp died on 30 January 1972 at Benton Co., IA, at age 88

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Benton Times News, January 31, 1972
Services pending for Ora Cantonwine
Mrs. Herbert U. (Ora K.) Cantonwine, 88, died Sunday evening at the Lutheran Home for the Aged following a long illness. She is survived by a son, Ullin, of Vinton, and a daughter, Mrs. Joe (Lucille) Sanders of Santa Clara, Calif. Funeral services are pending at the Campbell Funeral Home, where friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesday. The services will be conducted by the Rev. Robert Phillips and burial will be at Evergreen cemetery. Mrs. Cantonwine was a member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Cantonwine was born May 26, 1883, in Eden township, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Culp. She was married in Vinton in 1901 to Mr. Cantonwine, who died in 1953. In addition to her children, she is survived by a brother, Leslie Culp of Long Beach, Calif; five grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, five brothers and four sisters.

She was buried in February 1972 at Evergreen Cemetery, Vinton, Benton Co., IA, Findagrave #12091250.

Child of Ora Ketchum Culp and Herbert Ullin Cantonwine

Sarah Culp

     Sarah Culp died at Huron Co., OH. She was born at Virginia. She was the daughter of Henry Culp. Sarah Culp married Daniel Brumback, son of Johann Heinrich Brombach and Anna Catherine Strickler, on 9 March 1816 at Page Co., VA.

Children of Sarah Culp and Daniel Brumback

David Culver1

M, b. circa 1818
     David Culver married Catherine (?).1 David Culver was born circa 1818 at New York.1

Children of David Culver and Catherine (?)


  1. [S814] 1860 Federal Census, Seneca County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1034; FHL #804034.

David Jackson Culver

M, b. 17 August 1860, d. 10 January 1942
     David Jackson Culver was born on 17 August 1860 at Monroe Twp., Darke Co., OH; son of Benjamin Franklin and Nancy (Williamson) Culver. Illinois Death Index shows birth location Licking County, Ohio, however, the 1860 census of Monroe Twp., Darke County, 26 JUL 1860, lists the Culver family (p.145), farming, and they were still there in 1870, so a 60-mile excursion east to Licking County in August of 1860 seems very far-fetched. A more likely explanation is confusion on the part of the person giving the information at his death. DLB 2021.1 He married Catherine Matilda Beabout on 18 November 1883 at Crawford Co., IL. David Jackson Culver died on 10 January 1942 at Porterville, Crawford Co., IL, at age 81. He was buried in January 1942 at Kirk Cemetery, Robinson, Crawford Co., IL, Findagrave #75145102.

Child of David Jackson Culver and Catherine Matilda Beabout


  1. [S1234] 1870 Federal Census, Darke County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1194, FHL #552693.