Cullen Family History
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Cullen, John & Elizabeth Carolan

Cullen, John & Elizabeth Carolan



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John Cullen family tree chart
John Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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Carolan Coat of Arms
Carolan Coat of Arms
 
 
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Cullen homestead, Corradooa, Killinkere, Co. Cavan
Cullen homestead, Corradooa, Killinkere, Co. Cavan
If this is not our John Cullen's home, it is that of a relative. All the Cullens in the area were related. 
 
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Carolan homestead, Doon, Mullagh, Co. Cavan, 2008
Carolan homestead, Doon, Mullagh, Co. Cavan, 2008
This was Elizabeth Carolan's home in the late 1700s. It was demolished in 2009. 
 
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John Cullen's signature 1828
John Cullen's signature 1828
Excerpt from Point Fortune merchant John Macdonell's 1828 journal. It seems that John Cullen guaranteed purchases of two individuals, probably his workers. There are 3 signatures, the first two are likely made by clerks and the third is believed to be John Cullen's signature. 
 
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John Cullen - Map of Bytown area showing location of original Cullen homestead at Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
John Cullen - Map of Bytown area showing location of original Cullen homestead at Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
 
 
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John Cullen - site of original homestead Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
John Cullen - site of original homestead Range 2 Lot 8 Templeton Township
The location is Blvd. St. René at Rue Cheval Blanc in Gatineau, Quebec. the trees have been replaced by a housing subdivision. 
 
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St. François de Sales church, Pointe-Gatineau
St. François de Sales church, Pointe-Gatineau
This was the first church in the parish, erected c1840. John Cullen and three other colonists were instrumental in promoting a new Catholic parish in Templeton Township. 
 
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John Cullen Road (Montée Paiment) at Val des Monts
John Cullen Road (Montée Paiment) at Val des Monts
In the 1850s, John Cullen promoted the development of a 20-mile road from Perkins (now Val des Monts) to the Gatineau River across from Wakefield. The road was approved and John was appointed "overseer" and his son-in-law, Thomas Kennedy, was the surveyor. It is believed that only the first 12 miles were completed. 
 
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Pointe-Gatineau and St. François de Sales church c1910
Pointe-Gatineau and St. François de Sales church c1910
A view of Pointe-Gatineau showing the second St. François church erected about 1853 and Templeton Township and the Gatineau Hills in the background.

Anthony Cullen was a principal patron of the parish. He and wife Ursula donated a 252 pound bell to the new church. It was named "Ursule-Antoinette" in her honour. 

 
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Old Time Stuff – Anthony Cullen
Old Time Stuff – Anthony Cullen
Anthony Cullen saves William Boon at Long Island locks 
 


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