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Documented American lineage of Viola Culver Tuttle

compiled by Margaret Tuttle Sanchez
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Provo, Utah : M.S. Tuttle, 1988
38 leaves.

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Includes information on the Culver, Hopkins, Johns, Lambert, Mears, Nickolaus and Thurston families.

Viola Amorita Culver was born 20 Jul. 1896 in Washington DC and married Edward Mowbray Tuttle on the 2 Oct. 1919. Her parents were Frank Eugene Culver (born 1860 in Schuyler Co., New York) and Gertrude Emelia Beckner (born 1864 in Fluvanna Co., Virginia). Her immigrant ancestors were primarily from England and her American ancestors lived in Massachusetts, New York, Virginia, and Maryland.

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