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Subject: COLVER/COLLVER/CULVER Roll Call
Date: Sat, 11 Nov 00 07:45:38 -0500


Here's my entry into the roll call. Any additions/corrections gratefully
accepted. I do have SOME information on some of the peripheral lines to
mine if anyone has a question.

1. Edward CULVER (COLVER/COLLVER) born 1550 in England,
died March 28, 1594 in Middlesex, England

2. John CULVER (COLVER/COLLVER) (Edward1)
born 1576 in England
Children: Edward Allyn CULVER (COLVER/COLLVER)
Joseph CULVER
Gershom CULVER
Hannah CULVER
John CULVER
Joshua CULVER
Samuel CULVER
Un-named Infant CULVER
Ephraim CULVER

3. Edward Allyn CULVER (COLVER/COLLVER) (John2, Edward1)
born 1610 in England [birth location might have been Dedham,
Norfolk (Norfold), England], died 1685 Groton, New London Co.,
CT Colony
married Ann(e) Elice ELLIS
born 1589 in England (daughter of John ELLIS and Ann
BENJAMIN)
children: John CULVER
Joshua CULVER
Samuel CULVER
Joseph CULVER
Gershom CULVER
Sarah CULVER
Hannah CULVER
Edward Allyn CULVER
Ephraim CULVER
Margaret CULVER

4. John CULVER (COLVER/COLLVER) (Edward Allyn3, John2, Edward1)
born April 15, 1640 in Dedham, MA Bay Colony, died 1725 Groton,
New London Co., CT Colony
married Mercy CLARK on August 8, 1665 (she was born about 1640
in New Haven, CT Colony)
He was one of the leaders of the sect of Rogerines that came from
New London, CT. He was the oldest settler in Washington Twp.,
Morris Co. NJ. Legend has it that he and his followers built a
"Colverite" Church in Pleasant Grove NJ
children: John CULVER
Elizabeth CULVER
Hannah CULVER
Jabez CULVER
Margaret CULVER
Abigail CULVER
James CULVER
Sarah CULVER
David CULVER
Mercy CULVER

5. John CULVER (COLVER/COLLVER) (John4, Edward Allyn3, John2,
Edward1)
born July 21, 1670 in New London, New London Co., CT Colony,
died December 1760 at Schooley's Mountain, Morris Co., NJ Colony
Leader of Rogerenes sect at Schooley's Mountain
married Sarah LONG born 1673, died March 1756 at Schooley's
Mountain, Morris Co., NJ Colony
children: Timothy William CULVER
Mercy CULVER
Sarah CULVER
John CULVER
Thankful CULVER
Thomas CULVER
Samuel CULVER
Robert CULVER
Nathan CULVER

6. Timothy William CULVER (John5, John4, Edward Allyn3, John2,
Edward1)
born about 1705/1706
married Mary LAMB
He probably had several wives, as the only child I
know about is Timothy William CULVER, Jr, who was
obviously a late in life child born to a much younger woman

7. Timothy William CULVER, Jr. (Timothy William 6, John5, John4,
Edward Allyn3, John2, Edward1) born 1780 probably in NJ
died 1856 in Ontario, Canada
married Mary KERN born 1788 in German (now Long) Valley,
Morris Co., NJ Colony daughter of John KERN and
Gertrude Charity BUNN, granddaughter of (paternal)
Johann Christopher KERN and Catarina SWACKHAMMER
and (maternal) Cunrad BUNN and Mary WALDEN],
died 1869 in Ontario, Canada
children: Lewis CULVER
Martha CULVER
Charity CULVER
Ebenezer CULVER
Samuel CULVER
Elizabeth CULVER
Katherine Jane CULVER
Esther CULVER
Timothy William CULVER III
John Lewis CULVER
Sarah Ann CULVER
Mary Jane CULVER
David Kern CULVER
Lizana CULVER

8. Martha CULVER (Timothy William Jr7, Timothy William6,
John5, John4, Edward Allyn3, John2, Edward1) born January 2,
1805, died May 10, 1859, and married John Green KITCHEN
April 2, 1820 (all three events took place in Townsend Twp.,
Norfolk Co., Ontario, Canada)
children: David J. KITCHEN
Sarah KITCHEN
John Green KITCHEN, Jr.
John J. KITCHEN
Timothy Culver KITCHEN
Charity KITCHEN
Frederick D. KITCHEN (my greatgrandfather)



Charline Gail KITCHEN Ahlgreen
Merritt Island, FL

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them all yourself!

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Charline G. KITCHEN Ahlgreen
Merritt Island, FL 32953

AHLGREEN/AHLGREN (Norway/MA/FL)
ALM (Sweden/Norway/MA/FL)
BEEKMAN/BEECKMAN [Netherlands/NY(New Netherlands)]
BERGSTROM (Sweden)
BISHOP (England/MA Colony/NJ),
BOSCH [Netherlands/NY (New Netherlands)]
BUNN (Germany/NJ Colony)
CHAMBERS (Scotland/NJ Colony/Canada)
CULVER/COLVER/COLLVER (England/MA Colony/CT Colony/NJ/Canada)
DOTY (MA - Mayflower/NJ/Canada)
ELLIS/ELLES (England/MA)
HEATH (NJ)
HEDLUND (Sweden)
HICKS (Wales/OH)
HOWEY (NJ)
HUTCHERSON (Canada/OH)
JANS [Netherlands/NY (New Netherlands)]
KAANG (Sweden)
KARN/KERN (Germany/NJ)
KARLSEN (Norway)
KITCHEN (England/NJ/PA/Canada/PA/OH/IN/IL/Germany/FL/VA/OK)
KJONIKSEN (Norway)
KUCH (Germany/NJ)
LAMB (NJ)
LARSON (Sweden/MA/OH)
LIEVELING (Netherlands)
LONG (CT),
MARTIN (England/MA -- Mayflower)
MAYER (Germany)
MUDEL (Germany)
OSMUN (NJ/PA/Canada)
ROD (Norway)
RUNYON (England/NJ)
SCHMID (Germany)
SLACHT/SLAGHT/SLACK/SLECHT/SLEGHT [Netherlands/
NY (New Netherlands)/NJ/Canada]
SMITH (possibly Canada)
SMITH (NJ)
SUTTON (NY/NJ)
SWACKHAMMER/SWACKHAMER/SCHWECHHEIMER (Germany/NJ)
TELFOR (Scotland)
THEOBALD (Germany)
TYRELL/TYRRELL (possibly Canada)
VALL (Sweden)
VanDerHOVEN/VanderHOVEN/VanDerHAEVEN [Netherlands/NY
(New Netherlands)]
VIGORS (England/Wales)
WADDELL/WADDLE (Scotland/Canada)
WALDEN (NJ)
WHEELER (England/PA/NJ)


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