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Coulter Genealogy & History

Coulter genealogy is thoroughly Scottish. It was originally a locational surname, referring to someone who lived near one of two places called Coulter, one in Lanarkshire and the other in Aberdeenshire. The word comes from the Gaelic cul tir, meaning black land or country. A Coulter family crest depicts three ships' helms inside a blue chevron on a shield of light gray. Early Coulter family history in the United States includes Mary Coulter, who settled in Virginia in the middle of the seventeenth century. One famous nameholder is Ann Coulter, a politically conservative writer, columnist, commentator, and lawyer.

Coulter Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A James Coulter-- --, 1912April 23,1989PA
B Frankli Coulter-- --, 1914April 5,1989PA
C Joe Coulter-- --, 1919September 20,1997IN
D Frye Coulter-- --, 1918December 1,1999NC

Coulter Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E James Coulter-- --, 1918February 15,2001Saint Petersburg,FL
F Ellis Coulter-- --, 1915June 19,1996Charleston,SC
Gail Coulter-- --, 1961November 1,2006Park Rapids,MN
H Martin Coulter-- --, 1920February 15,2000Rockwood,TN

Coulter Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Anthony CoulterShelly IshmaelNovember 18,2000Collin, TX
Baxter CoulterFrances FolkJuly 20,1959Wake, NC
Cetric CoulterKeniesha HenryAugust 28,2000Smith, TX
David CoulterIris BrantleySeptember 15,2000Bexar, TX

Most Common Surnames After Coulter

1404th: Cartwright1405th: Tobin
1406th: Hagan1407th: Dietz
1408th: Lovell1409th: Beyer
1410th: Kahn1411th: Epstein
1412th: Lockwood1413th: McGraw

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