The Culbert Family Genealogy Project:
 Connecting a Migratory People


The following places carrying the name Culbert have been identified to date.  Interested readers are requested to submit additional places, as well as suggest the names of the Culbert individuals for whom these places have been named.

Culbert Fuels, (Texaco), Burk's Falls, Ontario, Canada [ref. postcard on EBay, image abailable]
1000 801 Culbert, Anjou, Quebec Canada H1J2G5

Culbert's Hill, Winton Heights, New Providence area, Nassau
Culbert’s Bay, southeastern New Providence, Nassau

Culbert, Cornwall, England, U.K.
Culbert Avenue, Manchester, England, U.K. M20 6HB:
obtained from Google Maps

Culbert Lodge, near Eland Street, New Basford, Nottinghamshire, England, U.K.
Culbert’s Court, located in the middle of Little York Street, Belfast [Ireland, now Northern Ireland, U.K.; had 15 small houses in 1860.]
Culbert Street, Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, U.K. - The people in Portsoy used to call Culbert Street - The Culbert Rig and our late local historian Jim Slater had a theory that a gentleman named Culbert had a croft at this location. I do not know what evidence he had to arrive at this conclusion. The street slopes down from The Square and at the bottom of the street there is a culvert which carries the water from the Loch, formerly the mill dam, to the sea. I have heard culvert mispronounced culbert. There is also a possibility that your name may be a mis-spelling of Gilbert. When the registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages came into effect a number of people were illiterate and it depended on the Registrar how names were spelled. Gilbert may have been mispronounced to sound Culbert. [ref. Councillor Jack Mair, email:, recd. 6 Oct 2008]

Culbert Hollow Spring, Cherokee AL 35616
There is, or at least was, a Culbert County, Alabama, containing Sheffield and Muscle Shoals
Culbert Street in Phoenix, Arizona
Culbert street, Little Rock, Arkansas
Culbert P.O., Randolph Co., Georgia.  [In 1860 Census; Culbert and/or Cuthbert Post Office; 1870 Randolph County, Georgia, there at least to early 1900s.]
Culbert Street, Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia
Culbert Mine, Upson County, Georgia, U.S.A., c. 1943 [re. photo on EBay]
Double Culbert Cemetery, Fayette County, Kentucky [ref. Fayette County Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Fall 1990]
Culbert Zeigler Cemetery, 25197 Zeigler Cemetery Road, Livingston, LA
Culbert Street in Matapan (Boston), Massachusetts.  [An inquiry sent to Public Works, Boston on 28 Sep 2004 had no response.]
Culbert Drive, Hastings, Michigan 49058
Culbert Road, between Hillsdale and Hudson, Hillsdale Co., MI.   See image contributed by Margaret Forsythe:
contributed by Margaret Forsythe

Culbert Rd, Moss Point, Jackson County, Mississippi
Culbert Street in New York City, New York
Culbert's Hotel on Buffalo Avenue in the LaSalle neighborhood of Niagara Falls, New York
Culbert Street in Syracuse, New York
Culbert Street, Mount Airy, Surry County, North Carolina
Culbert school-house; located 2 miles east of Centerville, PA.  [Mentioned in connection with sermons preached there by Rev. Peter Sahm, after 1836, as part of the history of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, New Florence, PA.;  ref. History of the Pittsburgh Synod of the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1748-1845-1904, Burgess, Ellis Beaver, p. 158]
Culbert Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.  [Note: Moak's "Philadelphia Street Name Changes" had no listing for "Culbert"; 1859 Phila. directory on the web contains 7 listings for a street named "Culbert". Here is what I found for "Culbert": street addresses from "below third" to "2052"; intersections with "Canal", "Charlotte", and "Mechanic"]
Culbert street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Culbert Branch Missionary Baptist Church, 647 Elko Street, Williston, South Carolina. (803) 266-4252
Culbert Beverage Company, Aberdeen, South Dakota; bottled ROBO drinks
Culbert Ave., Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Culbert St., Marion, VA [image posted on home page of this website]

A ship, the M.H. Culbert, from Antwerp to Boston.  [ref. "On the 14th inst. the Culbert, having been pooped, the master was washed overboard and drowned, and the mate injured."  In: Freemen's Journal, 18 Apr 1867, p. 4, col. 8, Pier head, Dublin, [By Telegraph], Queenstown Shipping [IRE]]