This post will be of little interest to you so if you have something better to do, like watching paint dry, for instance, now is the time to do so.
However, if you're a descendant of Richard Culbert & Ann Jane Harlton, please contact me at this email address:
With this post, I'm hoping to attract and connect with descendants of Richard Culbert & Ann Jane Harlton. Call this post "bait" if you wish.
We know that Richard Culbert & John Culbert were probably brothers. If you missed the post about Richard & Ann, click here.
This is a partial list of the descendants of Richard Culbert & Ann Jane Harlton.
Please note that this list is incomplete and the dates have not been confirmed. There may be errors in this list so please confirm everything before adding this information to your family tree.
Rebeccca Culbert (1854-1927). Born in Plympton Township, Lambton County, Canada.
William Culbert (1863-1935). Born in Plympton Township, Lambton County, Canada.
JOHN CULBERT (c1840-1874). Son of Richard & Ann.
Lydia Haughn (1869-1909). Lydia married Henry Adam Waltenburg or Waltenbury.
Frederick Haughn or Hahn (c1891-1972). Frederick died in Virginia, USA.
George Alfred Morden married Ida Lois Anderson.
Maizie Christine Walton (1918-1995). Mazie's first husband was Earl Johnston Eady with whom she had a child. Mazie's second husband was Herbert Laking with whom she had a child.
|Wyoming, Ontario, Canada. Photo credit: Wikipedia.|
Of course, there are many more people to record but this gives you a general idea of the descendants of Richard Culbert & Ann Jane Harlton. DNA testing proves that Richard is related to my ancestor, John Culbert. Richard and John were most likely brothers as they purchased land next to each other in Biddulph Township in 1840. Later, Richard and his family later moved to Lambton County, Ontario where many of his descendants live.
If you're a descendant of any of these people, please email me at this address: