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CULVERHOUSE SIGHTINGS

Sources in Alabama


THIS IS A FINDING AID

Because of my limited time, this is meant only to help you find the record for yourself. These sources are in books, LDS microfilm, National Archives microfilm, and Internet sites. They will contain the source; place name, submitters name, and an extraction of enough data to be identifiable. For more data find the source or contact the submitter. I hope that these sources will be useful to you and that you will also share your own sightings.

Good luck.


There is one or more sites related to this state with genealogical data to be found at search results for Culverhouse


  1. (Search at Ancestry.com
    Database: 1790-1870 Alabama Census Index)
    • 1870 CULVERHOUSE CHARLES Bullock County AL 187 Sardis Twp. Federal Population Schedule.
    • 1870 CULVERHOUSE ISABELLA*   Dale County AL 286 Ozark P.O. Federal Population Schedule.
    • 1870 CULVERHOUSE MARTHA Bullock County AL 186 Sardis Twp. Federal Population Schedule.
    • 1860 CULVERHOUSE J. J.   Henry County   AL 168 Abbeville Beat. Federal Population Schedule.
    • 1860  CULVERHOUSE M. ANN Dallas County   AL 853 Wood Lawn Beat. Federal Population Schedule.
      See also CULVERHOUSE-L Archives Jan 13, 2000
      (Submitted by Sheridan)

  2. (Search at Ancestry.com
    Database: Alabama Marriages 1800-1920)
    • Robert L. CULVERHOUSE to Mary Blackman 21 Feb 1891 Dale.
    • Christian McInis to Ashberry CULVERHOUSE 14 Dec 1892 Dale.
    • A.J. CULVERHOUSE to Lucinda Childree 25 Nov 1900 Dale.
    • Geo W. CULVERHOUSE to P.D. Spigener 30 Sep 1873 Elmore.
    • Charles T. CULVERHOUSE to Francis Devore 11 Nov 1856 Macon.
      See also CULVERHOUSE-L Archives 13 Jan 2000.
      (Submitted by Sheridan)


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THIS IS A FINDING AID

Because of my limited time this is meant only to help you find the record for yourself. These sources are in books, LDS microfilm, National Archives microfilm, and Internet sites. They will contain the source; place name, submitters name, and an extraction of enough data to be identifiable. For more data find the source or contact the submitter. I hope that these sources will be useful to you and that you will also share your own sightings.

Good luck.


There is one or more sites related to this state with genealogical data to be found at search results for Culverhouse



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