Title: Colver-Culver Genealogy, Frederic Colver, about 1910
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Note: He, with his father and brothers, Hezekiah and Daniel, removed to Litchfield, CT when that place was opened for settlement, about 1722-3, they were all original proprietors. Assisted in building the town forts; in 1725 he was a town surveyor; a school trustee in 1731; then a selectman. and in 1744 a sergeant. He was a large landhiolder. In 1741 he was a member of the General Court at Litchfield. About the years 1743-45, he deeded much of his land to his sons, Benjamin, Zebulon, Samuel, Joshua, and Ebenezer; and in 1752 he made deeds to the two youngest sons Nathaniel and Jonathan.
Database: Colonial Families in the U.S.
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Colonial Families of the United States ofAmerica: Volume 4
SERGT. SAMUEL CULVER of Litchfieid, Connecticut; b. 11 th February, 1691, at Norwich, Connecticut; d. 1770; original Proprietor of Litchfield, Connecticut, in 1721, and held various local offices in that township, where he was an extensive landowner; was a Deputy or Representative for Litchfield in the General Assembly of Connecticut in 1741; a Surveyor by occupation, and held the military rank of Sergeant, according to the town records; m. 13th May, 1714, at Lebanon, Connecticut, Hannah Hibbard, b. 1691, d. 1770, dau. of Robert HIBBARD, Jr., b. 1648, d. 1710, of Windham, Connecticut, who m. Mary WALDEN, d. 1736, dau. of Edward WALDEN, d. 1679 of Wenham, Massachusetts.
Marriage of Samuel and Hannah also in Lebanon Vital Records.
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