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Re: LEAH MCDONOUGH, GGGRANDAUGHTER OF DAVID HEATER
Posted by: THOMAS CULVERWELL (ID *****8695) Date: February 01, 2011 at 08:18:43
In Reply to: Re: LEAH MCDONOUGH, GGGRANDAUGHTER OF DAVID HEATER by Carolyn Heater of 380

Carolyn,
My grandfather, Albert Edwin Culverwell, married David Heater's daughter Lillian bef 1910 in either Matamoras, PA or Port Jervis, NY. My father, Albert Edward Culverwell, was born in Port Jervis 9 Dec 1910. Albert & Lillian had four children: my father Albert; George Harvey Culverwell, b. 15 Sep 1912; Charlotte L(Lillian?) Culverwell, b. 7 Feb 1915; and Bertha Culverwell, b. 12 Nov 1917; all in Port Jervis. Bertha died 26 Nov 1917, so she only lived about two weeks. Lillian died 26 Oct 1918 in Port Jervis. After her death my grandfather and Albert & George apparently moved to Sussex, NJ, as they show up on the 1920 census in that town. Charlotte was apparently living with relatives in NY. I have a lot more information about Albert and his descendents if you would like to share. I have a little information about the Heaters and Middaughs, but would like to learn much more. Feel free to contact me at tculvrwl@comcast.net.
Tom Culverwell


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