Earl Cullison - My Online Geneology and Photo Site

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Jesse Albert Cullison II 1855-191041 viewsThis Site is for the Descendants of

Jesse Albert Cullison...
04.00.1855 to 09.04.1910

Jesse was born in April, 1855 in Pittsburgh, PA. He died Sept. 24, 1910 In Pittsburgh.

Photo courtesy of TrudiGunia
Descendant of Sam Cullison Sr.
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Jessie Fremont Patterson Cullison14 viewsThe Children of Jesse & Jessie are:

Thomas P. Cullison
Samuel W. Cullison
Jesse A. Cullison III
Jacob K. Cullison
Rex Cullison
Mary Cullison

Photo courtesy of TrudiGunia
Descendant of Sam Cullison Sr.
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Jesse & Jessie's Marriage15 viewsJESSE A CULLISON AND JESSIE FREMONT PATTERSON WERE MARRIED ON APRIL 15TH, 1810 IN THE CENTENENARY METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH BY REV. EZRA M. WOOD
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Jesse Albert Cullison 1851-191016 viewsJesse worked as a roller from 1874-1904. Over the years he lived at 32 Second Ave. (1874-75) 592 Wylie Ave.(1878-79) and 2215 Wylie Ave. (1896)

Photo Courtesy of Trudi Gunia
Notes Courtesy of Bob Cullison
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The Purpose of this Site28 viewsCollect...Share...Save…and…Preserve..

Pictures, Documents & Family Stories about our ancestors.

Most everything in this site has been sent to me by relatives that I have never met. The electronic age has made it easy to save & share items that even a few years ago would be impossible.
I do save everything sent to me to my ancestry.com site.. This will assure their safety until the end of Western Civilization. Please contact me if you have any questions. Earl Jr.

earlcullison@yahoo.com
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Cullison Family WISH List15 viewsPictures of Jesse Or Jessie
Cap't Tom Patterson photos or documents
Devereoux Smith items
Pictures of the Patterson/Cullison House on
2215 Wylie Ave. IN Pittsburgh
Photos of the Cullison/Norris Picnic
ANY ITEMS ABOUT JESSE A CULLISON JR..PARENTS
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Earl D. Cullison Sr. 1925-197627 viewsMy Father
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Jesse Albert Cullison III 1887-195818 viewsMy Grandfather
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CAP'T TOM PATTERSON'S HOME39 viewsTHOMAS PATTERSON HOME AT 2215 WYLIE AVE. IN PITTSBURGH. AFTER THE DEATH OF JESSE ALBERT CULLISON II, HIS WIFE JESSIE FREMONT PATTERSON MOVED BACK WITH HER FATHER. CAP'T TOM DIED IN 1914 AND JESSIE LIVED THERE WITH SISTER ANN, COUSIN SADIE AND BROTHER, UNTIL THE HOUSE WAS SOLD IN 1921.

Photo Courtesy Trudy Gunia
Written by Bob Cullison
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Cap't Tom PATTERSON Index14 viewsCap't Tom PATTERSON 1834-1914 Our Civil War Hero

INDEX

Cap't Tom & Mary Photos
Thomas Pattersons home in Pittsburgh
Cap't Tom's Family
Cap't Tom's Letters & Licence
Ellet's Brigage
Cap't Tom in the Civil War
The Ram Queen of the West
Patterson Family History
Col. Ellet's Official Account
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Jesse & Jessie Cullison INDEX22 viewsJesse Albert Cullison II 1855-1910 &
Jessie Fremont Patterson 1860-1944

Index

Jesse & Jessie Pictures
Jesse & Jessie Parents & Childhood pictures
Children of Jesse & Jessie
Thomas Sr.
Samual Sr
Jesse III
Jacob
Rex
Mary
Kids & Grandchildren group photos
Grandchildren
Great Grandchildren
Great Great Grandchildren
Cullison Family History
Jesse II Highschool
Jesse & Jessie documents
Allegheny Cemetary







Jesse Albert Cullison II 1851-1910
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Jesse Albert CULLISON III Index17 viewsJesse Albert CULLISON III 1887-1958...and his.....Descendants

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Jerry Sr. & Emily
Jerry Sr. at Work
Jerry Sr. Parents & Siblings
Emily's Parents & Grandparents
Jerry Sr. & Emily's Family Pictures
Children of Jerry Sr. & Emily
Jerry Jr.
Earl Sr.
David Sr.
Grandchildren of Jerry Sr. & Emily
Great Grandchildren of Jerry Sr. & Emily
Cullison Family History
Letters from Jerry Sr. & Emily
Jerry Jr's. 8.22.1944 Flight


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Devereux SMITH 1735-1799.... Index19 viewsDevereux SMITH 1735-1799.... Fearless Pittsburgh Pioneer

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Devereux' Property & Personal
Photos of Devereux's Great grand children
Credits to contributers
KDKA Raido Show
Devereux Smith by E. Bruce
Devereux Smith Freeless Pioneer
Documents…Letters…
Smithfield Street & Bridge
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459th Bombardment Group Heavy28 viewsB-24 Liberators of World War II
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Bob Cullison22 views
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Cullison, Kanas22 viewsAs of 2009, Cullison's population is 96 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of -2.04 percent.

The median home cost in Cullison is $32,460. Home appreciation the last year has been -1.30 percent.

Compared to the rest of the country, Cullison's cost of living is 31.15% Lower than the U.S. average.

Cullison public schools spend $5,541 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $6,058. There are about 13 students per teacher in Cullison.

The unemployment rate in Cullison is 4.60 percent(U.S. avg. is 8.50%). Recent job growth is Positive. Cullison jobs have Increased by 4.30 percent.
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A Tribute To Norma Lee Cullison Myers (1931-2001)33 views For many decades just about any descendant of North American Cullisons had a daunting task in tracing their Cullison lineage. One marvelous woman worked tirelessly to change that. Many of us, probably numbering in the hundreds (and perhaps more) had the pleasure and blessing of finding Norma or being found by her. She became the chief researcher, compiler, and clearinghouse of just about all known data regarding the Cullison surname among Americans.
Norma told some of us that this work was something of her lifelong mission or at least some part thereof. She fulfilled this personal quest with distinction. As many have already said, and as hundreds more will one day say, Norma L. Cullison Myers has given the extended Cullison family history the greatest gift it has ever received. With the publication of her two volumes on Cullison genealogy and family history there are now more than 900 pages in print involving over 8,000 distinct individuals--all Cullison descendants--where previously there had been almost none.
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A Tribute To Norma Lee Cullison Myers (1931-2001) #228 viewsThere is no way to calculate the number of hours, the amount of personal expense, or the quantity of love and dedication that went into this decades long task. Only few know that for some time before her passing Norma was undergoing cancer therapy with all that implies. She commented that this work gave her comfort, and even distraction, from the hardships that brought her.
A number of us had the absolute delight of corresponding with Norma over many years and we were all the better for it. Her always- positive outlook, her patient encouragement and her selfless example were an inspiration to us. Without her this work would not stand where it now does and is among the finest works of its kind.
But the greater Cullison family history story does not stop here. Within the last year of her life Norma graciously sent along to me her Cullison research files and sort of "passed along the torch," as it were, of keeping this work going forward. Perhaps her greatest unfulfilled desire was to discover both the link between the early St. Mary's Co., MD Cullisons and the early Baltimore Co. area Cullisons and to discover the Old World origins of the clan.

Through the Cullison Family website(s), we hope to continue helping modern day descendants discover their precise Cullison heritage, add to the still growing body of Cullison family data, and perhaps even discover final answers to the elusive questions noted above. It was Norma's wish that we carry on this work
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A Tribute To Norma Lee Cullison Myers (1931-2001) #330 viewsNorma's own work in this life ended on 10 August 2001 but her bequest to us lives on. In her final weeks she was still asking me for updates on additions and corrections to her compilations and offering tips on how to further help folks pursue their own direct line. Just eight days before her final day with us she emailed me her joy in knowing that all of her compilations had been successfully transferred to my database.
This tribute, therefore, would be incomplete without stressing that this work will continue on. Please post at the website, or email me directly, any questions, additions, changes, etc. that you may have regarding the greater Cullison family and I will attempt to fill at least some of Norma's shoes.
We wish to thank Norma's family for allowing us to share a part of her life. With her passing we have lost a friend, an advocate, and a giant in the often painstaking world of family history. But we are the better for having known her and are all the more blessed for it. If she were writing this final paragraph herself she would likely omit the above but I'm most certain she would express her gratitude to all who helped her in this work and wish us well in carrying on.

Thanks Norma! We owe you big time!

--Written by Jeffrey R. Cullison [jeffgenealogy@comcast.net]
   
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