ID # 3951, (1801-1864)
|Birth||Eunice Culver was born on 22 February 1801.|
|Marriage||She married Edward Kitchen on 12 March 1820.|
The date of the marriage for Edward Kitchen and Eunice Culver appears in the Edward Kitchen biography on page 666 of Warner & Beers 1881 History of the County of Brant. The place of the marriage is not stated, though it was likely in the London District. The biography states that at the time the parents of Eunice lived in Simcoe County. At this early date, the area was a part of the London District, later the Talbot District, and still later Norfolk County.
|Death||She died on 28 February 1864 at South Dumfries Twp., Brant Co., at age 63.|
|Burial||She was buried at St. George Cemetery, South Dumfries Twp..|
|Note||The death date for Eunice Culver Kitchen is to be found in Warner & Beers 1883 History of Brant on page 666. This is in the biography of her husband, Edward Kitchen. Her place of death is told in the biography of her son, James Bird Kitchen. The place of burial for herself and her husband is to be found in the transcription of the St. George Cemetery as done by the Brant County branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society.|
The Hamilton branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society has transcribed death notices as found in the Christian Messenger. The March 10th, 1864 issue of this publication dates the death of Eunice to Feb. 28th, 1864, and tells that it occurred at her residence. An obituary with rather fuller information is not transcribed in full, but does appear in the March 17th issue. It tells that her father was Capt. Nesbitt Culver, an officer in the British Army, who served in the 'Revolutionary War of 1812'. Just which of these two wars might have seen his service remains to be researched.
Children of Eunice Culver and Edward Kitchen
|Last Edited||9 Mar 2018|