Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Emily Jane 'Jennie' Hand  



Hand Family of Marshall County Indiana Culver Family of St. Louis, Missouri

3 Emily Jane Hand 'Jennie' b. 9 Sep. 1840 [Oct 1842] Wolf Creek, Marshall, Indiana d. 23 Jun 1922 Berkely, Alalmeda, California



m. 1st Sept. 1864 Wolf Creek. Marshall, Indiana;

Henry Harrison Culver born 9 Aug. 1840 London, Madison, Ohio and died 26 September 1897 St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri son of John Milton and Lydia Elma (Howard) Culver


Emily She m 2nd Oct 1909 Culver , Marshall, Indiana Horace Bell b. 11 December 1830 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana d. 29 Jun. 1918 Berkeley, Alalmeda, California buried Rosedale Cemetery Los Angeles, California m. 1st. Georgia Herrick Daughter of Albert and Virginia C. Herrick. He served as a State Ranger "in the period of Pacification of Southern California." 1853-1855; with General William Walker during war between Costa Rica and Nicaragua 1856 earning rank of Major Commandant; under Juarez in Mexico 1859 and in 1861 first member of the 6th Indiana Regiment. He was a rlagre property owner in Los Angeles, Calforina. An author and Attorney. son of David W. and Elizabeth (Wright) Bell.
    October 28, 1909 The marriage of Mrs. Emily J. Culver and Major Horace Bell took place at the Culver cottage Sunday morning. - Culver Citizen

In the 1870 census they were found in Kansas city, Jackson, Missouri; Emily was listed as Jennie E. With Henry H. listed as stove dealer besides his family was Anna Culver 26 born Ohio keeps house.

Listed above them were Chas E. & Geo. H. Brown and L. L. & William Culver all in one household as stove dealers. Below them was Lydia E. Culver 62 yrs. and William W. 13 clerk.

Emily J. is on the 1900 census residing Franklin Ave. St. Louis, Missouri and as having 9 children and 6 still alive. Children as follows were still at home: Bertram, manfr. stoves; Ida L.; and Knight K., manfr stoves still living at home.

Most of the Culver family is buried in the Bellefontaine cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri. The view of the main monument at a distanceand this presents a closer view . This monument has the inscriptions of Henry Harrison and Emily Jane (Hand) on it. There are several photos with dates not yet connected but are to be in the Culver plot:

Children of Emily Jane 'Jennie' Hand and Henry Harrison Culver:
    Infant Culver 1895

    Baby Culver 1895

    Dorothy Alice Culver 20 June 1899 - 1 Dec 1902

    Helen Harrison Culver 15 June 1905 - 10 May 1906










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