KK's Family History

Researching the Kult & Lawhorn and Case & Collier Families

Mamie KULT

Female 1899 - 1902  (2 years)



  • Sources

    (Reliability ratings:
      0=Unreliable   1=Questionable   2=Secondary   3=Primary) 
    1. [S1001] City of St. Louis, Missouri, "Register of Births, City of St. Louis, Jan. 1898 - Dec. 1899," Mary Kult, 11 July 1899; SLCL microfilm RB SL-12, St. Louis County Library, St. Louis. (Reliability: 3).

    2. [S593] 1900 U.S. census, St. Louis (Independent City), Missouri, population schedule, 9th Ward, enumeration district (ED) 131, sheet 3-B, 2842 E. Lyon Street, dwelling 52, family 57, John Kult household; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 7 July 2006); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 892. (Reliability: 3).

    3. [S601] Calvary Cemetery, (St. Louis, Missouri; LAT/LON N38.7003°, W-90.2381°; located at 5239 W Florissant Ave., to the north of downtown St. Louis, MO. just off Interstate 70. From I-70 [North or South] take the 245B exit. Then turn North Kingshighway Blvd. [North/North East] to West Florissant Ave. Turn Left [North/North West] onto West Florissant Ave. The entrance to Calvary Cemetery is at the intersection of Calvary Ave. and Florissant), no marker found.

    4. [S1002] City of St. Louis, Missouri, "Register of Deaths, City of St. Louis, Jan. 1902 - Sep. 1902," p. 93 (stamped), no. 2311, Mamie Kult; SLCL microfilm RD SL-51, St. Louis County Library, St. Louis. (Reliability: 3).

    5. [S1190] Washington County, Illinois, "Marriage Register," Book D, p. 249, No. 109, (1896), Kult-Stallmazewska; Washington County Clerk's Office, Nashville. (Reliability: 3).