Culver of Norfolk, England, and Suffolk, Massachusetts
Edward Culver [a] b 1599/1600, England, d 1685, Mystic, New London, CT. He md Anne Ellis 19 Sep 1638, Dedham, Norfolk, MA, daughter of John Ellis and Anne. She was b 1 Jul 1619, Skipton, Yorkshire, England, d 4 Dec 1676, Groton, New London, CT.
Children of Edward Culver and Anne Ellis were:
a. He first settled at Dedham, Mass., then removed to Conn. He had a grant of land at Pequot in 1653, and purchased a house lot from Robert Burrows (whose son, John, would later marry Edward's daughter). A baker and brewer by occupation, he was permitted by the court to brew ale as early as May 1662. In 1664, he was at Mystic, where he had a farm, called "Chepadasco" by the Indians. In that same year, he removed to the head of the Mystic river in New London. He was also a soldier in King Philip's war.
GL: New England Families, Genealogies and Memorials, Vol III, p 1104.
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