Cullen Family History
 and Genealogy

Cullen, John & Elizabeth Cullen's Children

Cullen, John & Elizabeth Cullen's Children

Album for John and Elizabeth's seven children

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Map of Gatineau showing Cullen homesteads
Map of Gatineau showing Cullen homesteads
 
 
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Map of Lac Cullen, Petit Lac Cullen & Lac Cassidy
Map of Lac Cullen, Petit Lac Cullen & Lac Cassidy
The two Lac Cullens, located in Wakefield Township in Range 11, Lot 8 south of Lac Saint-Charles, are probably named after Anthony Cullen who logged extensively in the region in the mid 1800s. Lac Cassidy to the west in Lot 7 was likely named after the family of my 3rd great grandfather Thomas Cassidy and his son James who farmed on Lots 3 and 4 in Range 11. 
 
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Anthony Cullen family tree chart
Anthony Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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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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Ursule-Antoinette Bell donated to St-François-de-Sales church, Pointe-Gatineau
Ursule-Antoinette Bell donated to St-François-de-Sales church, Pointe-Gatineau
 
 
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Anthony and Ursula Cullen signatures 1858
Anthony and Ursula Cullen signatures 1858
 
 
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Anthony Cullen – probable site of his toll bridge over the Blanche River
Anthony Cullen – probable site of his toll bridge over the Blanche River
In the 1860s, Anthony built two toll bridges, one on Lot 7 Range 2 over the Blanche River and another on Lot 9 Range 6 over a smaller waterway. This view is north on Rue Cheval Blanc at the bridge over the Blanche in Gatineau. 
 
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Anthony Cullen Legislative Assembly election material 1857
Anthony Cullen Legislative Assembly election material 1857
In late 1857, Anthony Cullen agreed to stand for election as a member of Parliament representing Ottawa County. In January 1858, he withdrew from the race, in deference to another candidate. 
 
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Mary Cullen family tree chart
Mary Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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Thomas Kennedy signature 1851
Thomas Kennedy signature 1851
Thomas Kennedy, John Cullen's son-in-law, was a Justice of the Peace in Templeton Township. For the 1851 census reporting for Templeton, Kennedy certified the reports of the enumerators. This is his signature from the certificate. 
 
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Thomas Kennedy's death – newspaper reports January 1862
Thomas Kennedy's death – newspaper reports January 1862
 
 
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Michael Cullen family tree chart
Michael Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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Bernard Cullen family tree chart
Bernard Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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Bernard Cullen signature 1883
Bernard Cullen signature 1883
 
 
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Mary Ann Kennedy signature 1883
Mary Ann Kennedy signature 1883
 
 
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Elizabeth Cullen family tree chart
Elizabeth Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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Michael Ryan's hotel, Plantagenet Mills, Ontario
Michael Ryan's hotel, Plantagenet Mills, Ontario
This building dates to the 1830s and was Michael Ryan's inn, tavern and house. It was then on the main road between Hawkesbury and Bytown. 
 
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Catherine Cullen family tree chart
Catherine Cullen family tree chart
 
 
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John Cullen Jr. family tree chart
John Cullen Jr. family tree chart
 
 
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John Cullen Jr's land Range 1 Lot 11 Templeton Township
John Cullen Jr's land Range 1 Lot 11 Templeton Township
This land fronts on the Ottawa River and includes part of the western end of McLaurin Bay. The view is south toward the Bay. 
 
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John Cullen Jr. – newspaper account of his death
John Cullen Jr. – newspaper account of his death
From the Big Rapids Current, Michigan 1885 
 


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