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51 1820 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 5, New York City, New York
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Juliana (Johana) Culbert
1 female 10-15
1 female 26-44
1 female 45 and over [b. bef. 1775]
1 person under 16
2 persons over 25
3 total persons

1830 U.S. Federal Census, Varnick Street, Ward 8, New York City, New York
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Johana Culbert
1 female under 5
1 female 70-79 [b. 1751-1760]
2 persons under 20
2 total persons 
CULBERT, Juliana (I23978)
 
52 1820 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 8, New York City, New York
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Wm. Culbert
1 male 16-25
2 females under 10
1 female 26-44
1 person engaged in manufactures
2 persons under 16
1 person over 25
4 total persons 
CULBERT, William (I11989)
 
53 1820 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 9, New York City, New York
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Heman Culbert
1 female 26-44
1 female 45 and over
2 persons engaged in manufactures
2 persons over 25
2 total persons 
CULBERT, Heman (I25106)
 
54 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Broadalbin, Montgomery County, New York
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0001210000000-1000100000000
"Males: one 15-20; two 20-30; one 30-40; Females: one <5; one 30-40"

1840 U.S. Federal Census, Broadalbin, Fulton County, New York
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"John Culbert, age 40-49, 5 in household, 2 employed in manufacture & trade; Other Males: 20-29; Other Females: 5-9, 10-14, 40-49; 1 primary & common school, 36 scholars at public charge"

History of Montgomery and Fulton Counties, N.Y., pp. 214-216, re. Broadalbin
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Duncan McMartin, Esq., located as early as 1810 on what is commonly known as the Spencer farm, near North Broadalbin, where he erected a grist-mill and a saw-mill soon after. He was a surveyor of good repute, and laid out many of the roads in this and adjoining towns. He was a man of wealth and respectability, a master in chancery, and in 1818 was appointed a judge of the Common Pleas. He was also at one time a State senator. Through his influence a stock company was formed and a woolen factory erected on his place in 1813. The directors of the company were Duncan McMartin, Tiffany Brockway, James Sumner, John Fay and John E. Hawley. The manufacture of woolen goods were successfully prosecuted until the sudden close of the war of 1812 caused a wonderful reduction in the price of woolen goods, which so embarrassed the company that the shareholders abandoned their stock, and left the mill property, with all the encumbrances, on the hands of the directors, who had become individually responsible for the company debts. They, however, succeeded in clearing the indebtedness, retained the factory, and resumed business. After a few years the property was sold to John CULBERT and Thomas Reddish, who continued to operate it with great success for a series of years. Since the death of Mr. Reddish, who outlived his partner, the business has been conducted by his two sons, John and Daniel M. Reddish.

R. J. Honeywell, Broadalbin in History: Being a Brief and Concise Narrative of the Principal Events in the Settlement And Development of Broadalbin Township from the Earliest Date to the Present Time, 1907, Amsterdam, N.Y., Evening Recorder Job Print
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Local Industries. Woolen Goods: In 1813 a stock company was formed at North Broadalbin which erected a woolen mill on land owned by Duncan McMartin. The first directors were Duncan McMartin, Tiffany Brockway, James Sumner, John Fay and John E. Hawley. The business was carried on for some time, but in the depression following the war with Great Britain became unprofitable and was abandoned. The directors later cleared off the liabilities and carried on the business which afterward passed into the hands of John CULBERT and Thomas Reddish. Later it passed Reddish's two sons, and ultimately one of them, Daniel M., became sole proprietor and continued to own the mill, although it was operated by outside parties, until its destruction by fire about the year 1894. 
CULBERT, John (I11457)
 
55 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Groveland, Livingston County, New York
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2100010000000-0000001000000
Males: two <5; one 5-10; one 30-40; Females: one 30-40
Ancestry.com search on surname "Culbert" 16 Feb 2004

1840 U.S. Federal Census, Groveland, Livingston County, New York
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"Andrew Culbert, age 40-49, 7 persons in household, 3 employed in agriculture;
Other Males: two 10-14, 15-19, 80-89; Other Females: 5-9, 30-39"

1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 524, Groveland, Livingston County, New York, p. 516, Enumerated 27 Sep 1850, Dwelling 270, Family 271
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- Andrew Culbert, 53, M, Farmer, $2,500 real estate value, b. Ireland
- Margaret Culbert, 48, F, b. Ireland
- David Culbert, 28, M, Farmer, b. Ireland
- Andrew Culbert, Jr., 25, M, Farmer, b. Ireland
- James Culbert, 21, M. b. New York
- Mary J. Culbert, 15, F, b. New York, attended school w/i last year"

1860 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 543, Wheatland Township, Hillsdale County, Michigan, U.S.A., p. 358, Enumerated 30 Jul 1860, Dwelling 1184, Family 4
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- Andrew Culbert, 62, M, Farmer, real estate value: $4,000, personal estate value: $772, b. Ireland
- Margaret Culbert, 58, F, b. Ireland
- James Culbert, 30, M, Farm Laborer, b. New York"
[Note: Andrew may be related to Hannah Culbert, b.c. 1786, wife of Samuel Mercer, who are also living in this county.]

1880 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 581, p. 314B, d244/f240, Andrew Culbert household, Wheatland, E.D. 95, Hillsdale County, Michigan, U.S.A., enum. 18 Jun
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- Andrew Culbert, W, M, 82, Self, M, Retired Farmer, b. IRE, p.b. IRE
- Margaret Culbert, W, F, 79, Wife, M, Keeping House, b. IRE, p.b. IRE
- Andrew Earle, W, M, 35, Hired Man, S, Farm Laborer, b. MI, p.b. [blank] 
CULBERT, Andrew (I14617)
 
56 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Indiana, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
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0000000100000-0000000100000
Males: one 50-60; Females: one 50-60
Ancestry.com search on surname "Culbert" 16 Feb 2004

1840 U.S. Federal Census, Indiana, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
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"Alexander Culbert, age 60-69, 2 persons in household, 1 employed in agriculture; Other Females: 50-59 
CULBERT, Alexander (I15626)
 
57 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 150, Nether Providence Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., p. 298, John Culbert household [Note: This entry did not show up on the indexed search, and was only found by accident when searching for Suivan on the same page.]
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1000010000000-0000100000000
M: 1 <5; 1 30-40
F: 1 20-30

1840 U.S. Federal Census, John Culbert household, Nether Providence Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania
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Males: 1 0-5; 1 5-10; 1 30-40
Females: 1 0-5; 1 5-10; 1 20-30; 1 40-50
[Analysis: for there to be a son < 5 in 1830, the son would be > 10 in 1840. John would have to have been abt. age 30 in 1830, and his wife to be about 20, for them still to have been between 30-40 and 20-30, respectively, in 1840.] 
CULBERT, John (I2425)
 
58 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 10, New York City, New York
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0000100000000-0000000000000
Males: one 20-30

1840 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 6, New York City, New York
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"William Culbert, age 30-39, 4 in household, one employed in manufacture & trade; Other Males: two 0-4; Other Females: 20-29" 
CULBERT, William (I3107)
 
59 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 13, New York City, New York
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Widow Culbert
1 male 5-9
1 male 10-14
1 female under 5
1 female 5-9
1 female 10-14
1 female 30-39
5 persons under 20
1 person 20-49
6 total persons 
CULBERT, Mrs. (I16003)
 
60 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 3, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
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John Culbert
1 male 5-9
1 male 20-29
1 male 40-49
1 female under 5
1 female 15-19
1 female 20-29
3 persons under 20
3 persons 20-49
6 total persons 
CULBERT, John (I7433)
 
61 1830 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 4, New York City, New York
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John Culbert [This might be the John and Jane Crothers Culbert family, but only the males fit.]
1 male under 5
2 males 5-9
1 male 10-14
1 male 15-19
1 male 30-39
1 male 40-49
2 females under 5
2 females 5-9
3 females 20-29
1 female 40-49 (Jane)
9 persons under 20
6 persons 20-49
15 total persons 
CULBERT, John (I20560)
 
62 1840 census
No James, John, or William Culbertson living in Philadelphia
[Did not check close matches, only "Culbertson"]

1850 Census
No likely group of James, John, & William Culbertson found in same general area.
No individuals Rebecca Culbertson nor Sarah Culbertson found anywhere.
William Culbert, age 42, b. Ireland, and Rebecca Culbert, age 37, b. Ireland, in Ward 1, Moyamensing Twp., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
John Culbert, age 40, b. Ireland, and Eliza Culbert, age 30, b. Pennsylvania, in Ward 3, Moyamensing Twp., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
No James and Sarah Culbert household found anywhere.
[Did not check close matches, only "Culbertson"]

See William Culbertson on website.1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 809, Ward 1, Moyamensing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, p. 207, Enumerated 7 Aug 1850, Dwelling 667, Family 891
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"William Culbert, 42, M, b. Ireland
Rebecca Culbert, 37, F, b. Ireland
William Culbert, 10, M, b. Pennsylvania, attended school within year
Rebecca Culbert, 8, F, b. Pennsylvania, attended school within year
James Culbert, 6, M, b. Pennsylvania, attended school within year
Martha Culbert, 4, F, b. Pennsylvania
Rebecca Culbert, 70, F, b. Ireland" 
CULBERTSON, William (I15721)
 
63 1840 U.S. Federal Census
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No Culbert family found in Maryland

1850 U.S. Federal Census
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Not found - no likely Culbert families in Maryland or Delaware, nor any John b.c. 1839.

1860 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 97, Mill Creek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, U.S.A., p. 356, dwelling 351, family 356, William Sanders household, enumerated 26 Jul 1860
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"John Culbert, 21, M, Clerk, b. Maryland" 
CULBERT, John (I18451)
 
64 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
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William Culbert
1 male 15-19
1 male 20-29
1 male 30-39
2 females under 5
1 female 20-29
2 persons employed in agriculture
3 persons under 20
3 persons 20-49
6 total persons 
CULBERT, William (I4016)
 
65 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Butler, Butler County, Pennsylvania
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"Isaac Culbert, age 30-39, 6 in household, 2 employed in manufacture & trade; Other Males: 0-4, 5-9, 10-14; Other Females: 5-9, 20-29" 
CULBERT, Isaac (I19112)
 
66 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Carter County, Tennessee
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"James Culbert, age 20-29, 4 in household, 2 employed in agriculture; Other Males: 0-4, 15-19; Other Females: 20-29"

1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 873, Civil District 7, Carter County, Tennessee, p. 200, Enumerated 21 Oct 1850, Dwelling 148, Family 148
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"James Culbert, 31, M, W, Farming, b. Tennessee, married 1838, cannot read or write
Matilda Culbert, 30, F, W, b. Tennessee, cannot read or write
Alaxander(sic) Culbert, 11, M, W, b. Tennessee, attended school within past year
Mary Culbert, 9, F, W, b. Tennessee
Sarah J. Culbert, 7, F, W, b. Tennessee
Elizabeth Culbert, 5, F. W, b. Tennessee
Margarett, 3, F, W, b. Tennessee
Henry Culbert, 1, M, W, b. Tennessee
Hannah Culbert, 20, F, W, b. Tennessee, "R" in cannot read or write block
James Harrison[sic], 20, M, W, b. North Carolina"

Deed - Carter County TN - 8 November 1854
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I, Robert Cap of the County of Carter and State of Tennessee have this day bargained and sold and do hereby bargain sell and convey to James CULBERT his heirs and assigns forever in fee simple for and in consideration of the sum of Seven hundred and fifty dollars to me in hand paid, the Receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the following described tract of Land lying and being in the County and State aforesaid, to wit: a certain tract or parcil of Land Situated in the tenth civil District in said county on the north side of Stoney Creek, it being a part of a tract of Land once owned by Dempsey Ritchie and afterwards conveyed to me by Hiram Bartee[?] and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on a Beech tree on the bank of the Creek. Then running up the hill through the Ritchie field so as to make a fore and aph[?] line tree of a red or black oak in said line then a straight Line to a double poplar. Then with the ridge to a stake then to Raisrs line thence down the Creek with its meanders to the Beginning. So as to include all the land within that
Boundary be the same more or less. Also one other tract of Land situated Lying and being in District No 10 in said County, it being the tract formely owned by Dempsey Ritchie and conveyed to me by I. F. Deadrick, Clerk & Master of the Chancery Court at Jonesboro. Beginning on a black oak and Locust Corner to Evins thence South forty poles then East forty poles then South forty poles to a maple then south Eighteen degrees west fifteen poles to a chestnut oake on a hill side then South forty poles to two black oaks down then west twenty poles to a poplar and pointers[?] then South Twenty forty five degrees East eighty poles with Carters line to a maple on the north bank of Stoney Creek then up the Creek north five east one hundred and Six poles to a Stake then east nineteen poles to a dogwood Corner to Slisha Crop, then with his line north one
hundred poles to the Beginning, containing fifty acres more or less. Also one other tract of Land Situated lying and being in District No 10 and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on a beach on the East Side of Stoney Creek running South Sixteen east twenty six poles to a Stake near a large poplar then South twenty seven East fifteen and a half poles to a beach, then South twelve East fifteen poles to a large Hickory, then South Eighty[?] fifty Eight poles to a Stake with frointer[?], then South Sixty one East Sixty poles to a Dogwood then South forty Five west fifty poles to a white oak, then north seventy three west ninety poles to a Stake with three Beech pointery[?] then South [lined through] North fifty nine west fifty poles to a large poplar Stump with paintery[?] at the bank of said Creek then with the meanders of said Creek North twenty East ninety five poles to the Beginning, containing fifty five acres more or less. To have and to hold the same as a have described and Set forth to the Said James Culbert his heirs and uping[?] forever I as convenant with the Said James Culbert that I am lawfully Seized of Said Land have agreed right to convey it and that the Same is unincumbered. I do further covenant and find myself my heirs executors or administrators to warrant and forever defend the title to the Said Lands and every part thereof to the Said James Culbert his heirs and assigns against the Lawful claims of all persons whomsoever the words containing fifty acres more or less inlertined[?] before signed. Given under my hand and seal this 8th day of November 1854
Witnesseth Wm Bount Carter, Robert Cap, (Seal) Wm W Rockhold
State of Tennessee
Carter County
Personally appeared before me James L Bradley Clerk of the County court for Said County Robert Cap the Bargoner to the within deed with whom I am personaly acquainted and who acknowledged that he executed the Same for the purposes therein contained. Witnesseth my hand at office this 8th day of November 1854
Jas. L. Bradley Clerk
The within deed came to hand for Registeration on the 23rd day of December 1854 about 9 o'clock A M and and was duly registerd in Book N page 43 in the Registers office of Carter County
Jackson G. Fellers, Register
By Joseph Taylor DR

Deed - Carter Co TN - 30 October 1855
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This Indenture made and entered into this 30th day of October 1855 by & between Jacob W. Vandeventer of the County of Carter & State of Tennesee of the one part & James Culbert [looks like Cutbert] of the county & State aforesaid of the other party. Witnesseth that the Said Jacob W. Vandeventer for & inconsideration of the Sum of one hundred & seven dollars & fifty cents to him paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath this day sold & by these presents doth sell alien[?] enfroff[?] & convey to the Said James Culbert his heirs & assigns forever all the right title claim & interest he has in & to a certain tract of Land Situated in the 10th civil District of Carter County adjoining the lands of G.W. Razor & the Said James Culbert & Butted & bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning on a white oak, then North thirty two degrees East Twenty Two poles to a stake at the Branch, then down the Branch North forty two degrees West nine poles to a Stake in the branch & Sugar tree pointers[?], then North fifty Eight degrees East seventy poles to a Stake on Grindstaff line, with the Same North fifteen degrees west forty poles to a poplar, then South forty five & west Eight poles to a Dogwood Corner to Culbert, then same Course fifty poles to a white oak his Corner & Corner to Razors with his line, same Course seventy three poles to a Stake Corner to Hanes, then with his line south Seventy East thirty six poles to the Beginning. Containing by estimation Twenty & three for thy acres be the same more or lefs. To have & Hold the Same to the Said James Culbert his heirs & assigns forever in fee simple. And the Said Jacob W Vandeventer doth Covenant with the Said James Culbert that he is Lawfully Seized of Said Land that it is unincumbered & that he has agreed right to convey the same and he further Covenants to forever warrant & defend the title to the Said tract of Land & every part thereof to the Said Culbert his heirs & apigns forever. In testimony whereof he hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day & year above written.
Attest J.W. Vandeventer, (Seal) H.M. Taylor, Wm. Blount Carter
State of Tennessee, Carter County
Personally appeared before me James L Bradley Clerk of the County Court for Said County J.W. Vandeventer the maker or bargoner to the within Deed with who I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he Executed the Same for the purposes therein Contained. Withnesseth my hand at office this 5th day of November 1855.
James L. Bradley, Clerk
The within Deed Came to hand on the 18th day of March 1856 about 4 Oclock P M and was duly
Registerd in Book N page 253 in the Registers office of Carter County.
J. G. Fellers Register
By Joseph Taylor D R

1870 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 1518, Civil District 10, Carter County, Tennessee, U.S.A., p. 95A, dwelling 111, family 111, enumerated 11 Aug 1870, P.O. Carter's Furnace
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"James Culbert, age 59, male, white, Farmer, real estate value: $800, personal estate value: $350, b. North
Carolina, cannot read or write, male U.S. citizen age 21 or older
Matilda Culbert, age 50, female, white, Keeping House, b. Tennessee, cannot write
Henry Culbert, age 20, male, white, Farm Laborer, b. Tennessee, cannot write
Robert Culbert, age 19, male, white, Farm Laborer, b. Tennessee, cannot write
James Culbert, age 16, male, white, Farm Laborer, b. Tennessee, cannot write
William Culbert, age 14, male, white, Farm Laborer, b. Tennessee, cannot write"

1880 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 1247, p. 334A, d/f 7, 10th Civil District, S.D. 1, E.D. 14, James Culbert household, Carter's Furnace, Carter County, Tennessee, enum. 1 Jun
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"James Culbert, W, M, 74, [blank], M, Farmer, Cannot read or write, b. NC, father b. Ireland, mother b. NC
Matilda, W, F, 62, wife, M, Keeping House, Cannot write, b. TN, TN, TN
Robert, W, M, 25, son, S, works on farm, disabled, b. TN, NC, TN
William, W, M, 21, son, S, works on farm, b. TN, NC, TN
Mary, W, F, 95, mother, W, retired house keeper, cannot read or write, b. NC, NC, Scotland" 
CULBERT, James (I4422)
 
67 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri
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"Prudence Culbert, age 30-39, 5 in household; Other Males: two 5-9; Other Females: 10-14, 20-29" 
LILLY, Prudence (I19944)
 
68 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Elizabeth Street, Ward 14, New York City, New York, U.S.A.
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Thos. Culbert
1 male 15-19
1 male 40-49
2 females 10-14
1 female 15-19
4 females 20-29
1 female 40-49
1 person employed in manufacture and trade
4 persons under 20
6 persons 20-49
10 total persons

1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 555, Ward 17, New York City, New York, p. 156, Enumerated 28 Sep 1850, Dwelling 818, Family 2569
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Thomas Culbert, 60, Mason, Ireland
Ann Culbert, 56, Ireland 
CULBERT, Thomas (I9253)
 
69 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Greene County, Tennessee
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"John Culbert, age 50-59, 4 in household, 1 employed in manufacture & trade; Other Females: two 10-14, 30-39" [Note: "7 Civil District of Greene Co. No. 1.2.3.5.9.10.13" written in left margin.] 
CULBERT, John (I23134)
 
70 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Johnstown, Fulton County, New York
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"Alexander Culbert, age 20-29, 7 in household, 3 employed in agriculture;
Other Males: 0-4, two 20-29; Other Females: 0-4, 15-19, 20-29" 
CULBERT, Alexander (I23591)
 
71 1840 U.S. Federal Census, North Ward, Newark, Essex County, New Jersey
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"James Culbert, age 60-69, 2 in household, 1 employed in agriculture; Other Females: 50-59" 
CULBERT, James (I5207)
 
72 1840 U.S. Federal Census, North Ward, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
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"Patrick Culbert, age 40-49, 9 in household; Other Males: 0-4, 10-14, 15-19; Other Females: 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-19, 40-49" 
CULBERT, Patrick (I2050)
 
73 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 17, New York City, New York
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"Mrs. Culbert, age 40-49, 3(sic) persons in household, 1 employed in manufacture & trade
Males: 15-19, 20-29; Females: 15-19" 
? (I8620)
 
74 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 2, New Orleans, Louisiana [Note: May be Ward 1]
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"William Culbert, age 60-69, 7 in household, 1 employed in manufacture & trade; Other Free Colored Males: 10-23, 24-34; Free Colored Females: 0-9, 10-19, 55-99; Male Slaves: 24-24" 
CULBERT, William (I10616)
 
75 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Ward 6, New York City, New York
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"Mrs. Culbert, age 20-29, 2 in household; Other Female: age 5-9" 
? (I9756)
 
76 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Washington, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
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"John Culbert, age 30-39, 1 in household" [Note: there are ten single individuals at the top of this census page.] 
CULBERT, John (I15700)
 
77 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Western Division, Iowa, Wisconsin Territory
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"William Culbert, age 20-29, 8(sic) in household, 7(sic) employed in manufacture & trade; Other Males: 15-20"
[Note: There is a Michael Calbert on this census page.]

1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 1009, 6th Roll, Winnebago, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, p. 504, Enumerated 31 Jul 1850, Dwelling 402, Family 414
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"William Culbert, 37, M, Laborer, b. Massachusetts
Eliza Culbert, 30, F, b. New York" 
CULBERT, William (I23743)
 
78 1841 U.K. Census, St. Andrew, Devon
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Elizabeth Lynch, age 40
Elizabeth Lynch, age 6
John Lynch, age 4 
DE COURTIER, Elizabeth (I1497)
 
79 1841 U.K. Census, St. Andrews, Plymouth, Castle Street
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William CULBERT, Head, married, age 56, Chelsea, pensioner, b. Manchester, Lancashire
Elizabeth, wife, married, age 43, born St Andrews
John, son, age 11, born Ireland
James, son, age 8, born Ireland
Thomas, son, age 4, born Plymouth, England 
CULBERT, William (I4124)
 
80 1850 Federal Census, Cass, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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Ellen McGrath, age 47, b. Ireland
Thomas McGrath, age 14, b. Pennsylvania
Margaret McGrath, age 12, b. Pennsylvania
David McGrath, age 10, b. Pennsylvania
Ann McGrath, age 3, b. Pennsylvania 
COMEFORD, Ellen (I13268)
 
81 1850 Federal Census, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, p. 136
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Noah Chilson, age 56, farmer, b. Massachusetts
Philinda Chilson, wife, age 53, b. Massachusetts
Philetus Chilson, age 18
Alva Chilson, age 14,
Mary Jane Chilson, age 12
Octavia Chilson Colbert, age 26
John W. Colbert, age 30, b. Virginia
Mary V. Colbert, age 7
Philinda Colbert, age 3

1860 Federal Census, Monterey, Massachusetts, p. 2
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John W. Culbert, age 40
Octavia Culbert, age 32
Mary V. Culbert, age 16
Philander Culbert, age 12
Francis M. Culbert, age 6
Martha E. Culbert, age 5
John W. Culbert, age 1 
COLBERT, John Wellington (I1872)
 
82 1850 U.S. Federal Cenbsus, Roll 556, Ward 17, New York City, New York, p. 313, Enumerated 24 Aug 1850, Dwelling 652, Family 2211
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"Mrs. Mary Culbert, 39, F, b. Ireland
James Cassidy, 27, M, Mason, b. Ireland
Mrs. Mary Cassidy, 32, F, b. Ireland
Francis Cassidy, 3, M, b. New York
James Cassidy, 1, M, b. New York" 
CULBERT, Mary (Mrs.) (I10388)
 
83 1850 U.S. Federal Census
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Not found

1860 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 98, Ward 2, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, U.S.A., p. 775, dwelling 847, family 904, enumerated 6 Jun 1860
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- Samuel Culbert, 27, M, Laborer, personal estate value: $200, b. Ireland, cannot read or write
- Mary Jane Culbert, 23, F, b. Ireland
- John Culbert, 3, M, b. Delaware
- Daniel A. Culbert, 2, M, b. Delaware
- Samuel Culbert, 6mos., b. Ireland[sic]

1870 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 121, Subdivision 25, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, U.S.A., p. 220A-B, dwelling 468, family 469, enumerated 15 Jun 1870
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- Samuel Culbert, age 30, Male, White, Porks? on Store, b. Ireland, father & mother foreign born
- Mary Culbert, age 35, Female, White, Keeping House, b. Ireland, father & mother foreign born
- David Culbert, age 12, Male, White, At Home, b. Delaware, father & mother foreign born, attended school within the year
- Samuel Culbert, age 10, Male, White, At Home, b. Delaware, father & mother foreign born, attended school within the year
- Maggie Culbert, age 8, Female, White, At Home, b. Delaware, father & mother foreign born
- Nathaniel Culbert, age 3, Male, White, At Home, b. Delaware, father & mother foreign born

1880 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 363, p. 291A, d/f 196. Princeton Twp., E.D. 257, Scott County, Iowa, U.S.A., Samuel Culbert household, enum. 17-18 Jun
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- Samuel Culbert, W, M, 47, Self, M, Farmer, cannot r/w, b. IRE, p.b. IRE
- Mary J. Culbert, W, F, 40, Wife, M, [blank], insane, b. IRE, p.b. IRE
- David Culbert, W, M, 22, Son, S, Works on Farm, b. DE, p.b. IRE
- Samuel Jr. Culbert, W, M, 20, Son, S, Works on Farm, b. DE, p.b. IRE
- Mary J. Culbert, W, F, 17, Dau., S, Keeping House, att. sch. w/i yr., b. DE, p.b. IRE
- Nathaniel Culbert, W, M, 13, Son, S, Works on Farm, att. sch. w/i yr., b. DE, p.b. IRE
- Mammie Culbert, W, F, 10, Dau., S, Goes to School, att. sch. w/i yr., b. DE, p.b. IRE
- Hannah Culbert, W, F, 8, Dau., S, Goes to School, att. sch. w/i yr., b. IA, p.b. IRE
- Austeena Culbert, W, F, 4, Dau., S, b. IA, p.b. IRE
[Note: Margaret not shown here, but was not married until 1885 in Princeton Twp.] 
CULBERT, Samuel (I4731)
 
84 1850 U.S. Federal Census
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Not found - no Culberts in Georgia

1860 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 118, Beasley District, Crawford County, Georgia, U.S.A., p. 938, dwelling 520, family 510, enumerated 14 Jul 1860
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"William Culbert, 29, M, Clverrcer?, b. Georgia
Mary Culbert, 28, F, b. Georgia, cannot read or write
Florrence Culbert, 5, F, b. Georgia
George W. Culbert, 3, M, b. Georgia
John T. Culbert, 1, M, b. Georgia"
Schedule 2 - William may be the one with 1 slave, age 28, F, black. 
CULBERT, William (I5931)
 
85 1850 U.S. Federal Census
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Not found with search on Culbert

1860 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 66, Whiskey Diggings, Sierra, California, U.S.A., p. 847, dwelling 1075, family 1027, enumerated 14 Jul 1860, William Kimball household
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"Uriell Culbert, 34, M, butcher, b. Michigan
Thomas Culbert, 22, M, Miner, b. Michigan"
[Note: father may have been Thomas Culbert, b.c. 1807, Ireland, as this is the only Culbert found in 1840 census in Michigan.] 
CULBERT, Uriell (I10415)
 
86 1850 U.S. Federal Census - not found

1860 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 1404, Rutland, Dane County, Wisconsin, U.S.A., p. 883, dwelling 947, family 984, enumerated 24 Jul 1860
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"Charles Culbert, 25, M, Farm Laborer, personal estate value: $100, b. New York
Fanny Culbert, 21, F, b. New York" 
CULBERT, Charles (I24868)
 
87 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 12, New York, f368, Dennis O'Brien household
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Dennis O'Brien, 54, Gardner, Ireland
Ellen, 42, Ireland
Margaret, 10, New York
Johanna, 8, New York
Mary, 5, New York
Mary Custain, 18, Ireland
Edward Cody, 7, New York
Patrick McDonald, 20, Gardner, Ireland
John Culbert, 45, Gardner, Ireland 
CULBERT, John (I19954)
 
88 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 14, New York, f490, John Courtney household
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John Courtney, 40, Tailor, Ireland
Margaret, 38, Ireland
Mary A Courtney, 8, New York
Patrick, 63, tailor, Ireland
Ann E Culbert, 38, Ireland
Mary A, 18, New York
[Check this one out, since there may be more than 1 Culbert here.] 
CULBERT, Ann E. (I7970)
 
89 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 15, Eastern Half, New York, f1016
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- Charles Simmons, 28, straw hat manufactr, Connecticut
- Catherine, 26, New York
- Catherine, 2, New York
- Margaret Culbert, 50, Ireland
- Samuel Culbert, 28, Artist, New York
- Martha Dunn, 30, New York 
?, Margaret (I680)
 
90 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 16, Dist. 2, New York, f1077, Joseph P. Craig household
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Joseph P. Craig, 31, Carpenter, New York
Ann H, 29, Ireland
James A, 3, New York
Mary E. Culbert, 13, New York 
CULBERT, Mary E. (I5017)
 
91 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 17, New York, f1032, Mary Stafford household
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1032 Mary Stafford, 49, Scotland
Wm R., 42, Lawyer, New York
Mary J, 20, New York
Cinthia J, 23, New York
Jane Culbert, 44, Scotland 
CULBERT, Jane (I21092)
 
92 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 5, New York, f1757
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Mary Culbert, 45, Ireland
Ann, 20, Ireland 
CULBERT, Mary (I11383)
 
93 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 7, District 2, New York, f698
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Ellen McNamara, 22, Ireland
Wm. Furlong, 24, Ship Carpenter, Ireland
Johanna Culbert, 25, Ireland
Mary Broggen, 22, Ireland 
CULBERT, Johanna (I12515)
 
94 1850 U.S. Federal Census, New York City, Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, f1218
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Mary A. Culbert, 22, England
Mary A, 3, New York 
CULBERT, Mary A. (Mrs.) (I1592)
 
95 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Philadelphia North Ward, Pennsylvania, James Grier household, d1252. p. 293
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- Grier, James, 42, male, Merchant, b. IRE
- Grier, Margaret, 38, female, b. IRE
- Grier, David, 14, male, b. PA
- Grier, Jane, 11, female, b. PA
- Grier, James, 8, male, b. PA
- Grier, Mary, 5, female, b. PA
- Grier, Margaret, 4, female, b. PA
- Grier, Mathew, 1, male, b. PA
- Grier, Jane, 22. female, b. PA [Note: This is probably the sister of Margaret and the daughter of Matthew Grier, brother to David Grier who married Jane Culbert. She died 08 Nov 1888. Her death certificate states that she died from shock due to a strangulated hernia. In other words, she died from pain.]
- Mary Porter, 15, female, b. IRE
- William Porter, 23, male, b. IRE

There are a Joshua Grier, Frank E. Douglas, Margeret H. Grier, Mathew Grier, James Douglass Quigley, and Robert[a] Mae Edmunds buried with many of this Grier family in Lot 241, Summit Section, West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. [ref. Jena Burstein] 
GRIER, James (I13920)
 
96 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 1000, Concord, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, p. 91, Enumerated 18 Sep 1850, Dwelling 1378, Family 1393
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"A. Culbert, 34, M, Farmer, b. New York
Eliza Culbert, 32, F, b. New York
Jane Culbert, 14, F, b. New York, attended school within past year
Isabella Culbert, 12, F, b. New York, attended school within past year
James Culbert, 8, M, b. New York, attended school within past year
Alexander, 6, M, b. New York, attended school within past year" 
CULBERT, A. (I11498)
 
97 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 126, District 5, St. Clair County, Illinois, U.S.A., p. 313, Enumerated 25 Sep 1850, Dwelling 736, Family 736
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"Robert Cabertson, 32, M, Farmer, real estate value: $800, b. Scotland, attended school within the past year
Janet Cabertson, 25, F, b. Scotland
Janet Cabertson, 2, F, b. St. Clair
James Cabertson, 6 mos., M, b. St. Clair"
[Note: Robert's school attendance might be a typo.]
[Note: possibly related to several neighbor households, including: William Culbertson, age 46, b. Scotland; William Stephenson, age 44, b. Scotland; Margaret Cuthbertson, age 71, b. Scotland; and George Ostin [Austin], age 42, b. New York.] 
CABERTSON, Robert (I20670)
 
98 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 241, Union Parish, Louisiana, pp. 380-381, Enumerated 29-30 Aug 1850, Dwelling 445, Family 445
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"William Culbert, 39, M, Farmer, $300 Real Estate Value, b. Ireland
Mary Culbert, 33, F, b. South Carolina
Eliza Culbert, 15, F, b. Alabama, attended school
James Culbert, 12, M, b. Alabama, attended school
Ellen Culbert, 10, F, b. Alabama, attended school
William Culbert, 8, M, b. Alabama, attended school
Martha Culbert, 6, F, b. Louisiana
Jane Culbert, 4, F, b. Louisiana
Mariah, 2, F, b. Louisiana
Tabitha, 4 mos., F, b. Louisiana

Dena Calbert Jordan*, Email: JUNEIRENE@aol.com, in a Culbert Rootsweb Board post dated Dec 2002 believes that the above family may be connected to her family based upon the following:
1. Her family is first listed on the 1870 United States Federal Census for Union Parish, Louisiana Census. James Culbert, b. South Carolina (also known as James Calbert) (On the 1880 census, same location, it says he was born in Alabama, about 63 years old.)
Harriet, wife, b. Alabama
2. Some Slaveholders and Their Slaves, Union Parish, Louisiana, 1839-1865, p. 125
"Book H, p. 270 - Received of Martha Jane Cooper, wife of Hynson (Hiram) Cooper, the sum of $1,150, in payment for a Negro slave named Jim, 37, 27 Jan 1857
Mary Jane Calvert
Mary Jane Cooper
Witnesses: John Boatwright, B. F. Ratcliff
Recorded 11 Mar 1857

1860 U.S. Federal Census, Whiteville Twp., Jefferson County, Arkansas, p. 835, d/f 424, William Calvert household, enum. 27 Jun
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- William Calvert, 45; Farmer; $1400/4000; b. IRE
- Mary J. Calvert, 40; b. SC
- William, 19; b. MS
- Isabella, 15; b. LA; att. sch. w/i yr.
- Sarah F., 13; b. LA; att. sch. w/i yr.
- Martha, 11; b. LA; att. sch. w/i yr.
- Thomas M., 10; b. LA; att. sch. w/i yr.
- Margaret E., 7; b. LA
- Holland L., 6; f; b. LA
- Robert M., 3; b. AR
- Joe Ella, 1; f; b. AR 
CULBERT, William (I7527)
 
99 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 351, Somerset Township, Hillsdale County, Michigan, U.S.A., p. 493, Dwelling 74, Family 74, enumerated 10 Dec 1850
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"William Mercer, 39, M, Farmer, real estate value: $1,500, b. Ireland
Sarah Mercer, 32, F, b. New York
David Mercer, 5, M, b. Michigan
Samuel Mercer, 3, M, b. Michigan
Elizabeth Mercer, 1, F, b. Michigan"

Hillsdale County Michigan USGenWeb Project Biographies, Portrait and Biographical Album of Hillsdale Co., MI, 1888, p. 214; http://users.rootsweb.com/~mihillsd/data/bios/bios-m.html
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"Judge William MERCER, who is widely and favorably known throughout Southern Michigan, owns one of the finest farms in Hillsdale Co. and with his sons is operating 360 acres of land, mostly improved, but 100 acres reserved for timber. The buildings of his homestead, including a handsome residence, ample barns and other structures, are adapted to the shelter of stock and storage of grain. The farm machinery, the horses and cattle and all appurtenances of the country estate, reflect the tastes and means of the proprietor, who has availed himself of modern methods and made an art of agriculture by which he has achieved success."
"Our subject was born across the Atlantic in County Donegal, Ireland, on Oct. 6, 1811. His parents, Samuel and Hannah (CULBERT) Mercer, were natives of the same county, whence they emigrated to America in 1819, and settled in Livingston Co., NY. The father purchased land upon which he worked for 16 years and then determined to emigrate to the Territory of Michigan. He reached Hillsdale Co. in Oct. 1835, and, with his family, took up 320 acres of Government land in Somerset Twp. Part of that purchase is now included in our subject's farm. The old log house which the father built is still standing, and under that humble roof his death took place about 1852, when he was 67 years of age. Samuel Mercer was a man of great energy and industry and became throughly identified with the interests of his adopted county. He took an active part in the various enterprises intended for the benefit of the people around him. His wife bore him two children in their home county of Donegal. Seven more were added to the family after their arrival in America. The mother passed away 13 years after the death of her husband, when she was 79 years of age, her death taking place at the home of her son, our subject. The eldest daughter, Elizabeth, was born in County Donegal in 1814 and now lives in Wheatland, this county. Margaret was born in Livingston Co., NY, July 12, 1824, and makes her home with her brother William. Daughters Hannah, born 1827, and Isabelle, 1833, were also born in Livingston Co. and both are now residents of Hillsdale Co. These are the five children still living. The grandparents were all born in County Donegal where the grandfathers engaged in farming."
"William, our subject, lived under the home roof until 1845 when, at the age of 33, he was united in marriage with Miss Sarah GAMBLE. She was born in Livingston Co., NY, in 1818, the daughter of David and Rebecca (CARROLL) Gamble. The father was a native of Ireland, emigrated to the US in early manhood and located in Livingston Co. where he lived from 1810 until his death in 1862 at the ripe old age of 80 years. His wife was a native of PA and died in Livingston Co. when still a young woman. Mrs. Sarah Mercer was one of twelve children, only seven of whom are still living. She became the mother of seven children and died at her home in Somerset Twp. on April 4, 1864. All of her children were born in Somerset Twp; one died when 7 days old. The rest are as follows. David G., b. Feb. 21, 1846, married Miss Frances CAMPBELL and they have one son and one daughter. Samuel A., b. Nov. 23, 1848, married Miss Estella BILBY; they have two sons and Samuel is farming on a part of the old homestead. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 23, 1849, is now the wife of William ROBBINS of Wheatland Twp. Willam W., b. Mar. 10, 1853, married Miss Betsy VOORHEES; they live in Somerset Twp. and have one son. John G., who carries on the farm with his father, was b. Dec. 20, 1854. Sarah, b. Dec. 3, 1858, is now Mrs. William BILBY of Somerset Twp. and the mother of a son and a daughter.
Judge Mercer attended district schools in his youth and his subsequent education has been carried on mostly by himself. He is fond of reading and early acquired the habit of observation, which has proved a large element in his success in life. When Somerset Twp. was organized he was chosen Assessor, which office he filled for two years. He served as Justice of the Peace for about fifteen years. He served as Inspector in his township for two years and, in Jan. 1844, was elected Associate Judge of the Circuit Court which office he held until it was abolished in 1852. He represented Somerset Twp. in the County Board of Supervisors for a period of ten years. In 1842, he was elected on the first board under the State Law, and was Supervisor most of the time up to 1869, and since that time his son, David G., was the incumbent of the same office from Somerset Twp. Judge Mercer has always been a staunch Democrat, politically. Although not a member of any church organization, he believes in the establishment of religious institutions and attends church quite regularly. The two sisters living with him are active members of the Ladies' Aid Society." 
MERCER, William (I5015)
 
100 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Roll 375, Lafayette County, Mississippi, pp. 301-302, Enumerated 6 Nov 1850, Dwelling 1057
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"W.C. Culbert, 29, M, Farmer, b. Georgia
Celitha A. Culbert, 29, F, b. Georgia
August H. Culbert, 6, M, b. Georgia, attended school
Reason M. Culbert, 4, M, b. Georgia
George H. Culbert, 2, M, b. Georgia
William H. Culbert, 1, M, b. Georgia
Augustus H. Culbert, 31, M, Farmer, b. Georgia" 
CULBERT, W.C. (I18059)
 

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