To say what year Adam was born, your guess is as good as mine, in the 1860 census he was 67 years old, which would make his birth year about 1793, and in the 1850 census he was listed as 50 years old, which would make his birth about 1799 or 1800. His headstone looks like death age 76 years, 11 months and 14 days, this would make his birth year about Decemebr 4, 1792.
In the 1850 federal census, Adam and his family were living in Bullskin Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as, Addam Coller, age 50, born in Pennsylvania, and his wife, Rebecca Coller, age 50 born in Pennsylvania, and their children listed were: Jacob Coller age 20, Addam Coller age 18, Catherine Coller, age 16, Lydia Coller, age 14, David Coller, age 8, and Mary C. Coller, age 4, all listed born in Pennsylvania.
In the 1860 federal census, Adam and his family were living in Bullskin Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He was listed as, Adam Coller, a farmer, age 67, born in Pennsylvania, and his wife, Rebecca Coller, age 60 born in Pennsylvania, and their children listed were; Catherine Coller, age 24, David Coller, a farm laborer, age 22, and Lydia Coller age 20, both born in Pennsylvania.
To the Honorable James Ingham, Judge of the Orphans Court of Fayette County.
The undersigned an auditor appointed by your Honorable Court to distribute the balance of the fund arising from the sale of the real estate of Adam Culler, deceased now in hands of john R. William, trustee to and among those legally entitled thereto, respectfully reports That having given due and legal notice of the time and place of hearing, he met such of the parties in interest as saw fit to appear before him in the personally or by attorney t his office in Uniontown, Pennsylvania on Thursday, the 5th day of May, A.D. 1887. For convenience the Hearing was adjourned to the office of Morrow & Hentzy Esq. Morow and Hentzy Esq. appeared for John R. Willson, trustee and for the heirs of Adam Culler, deceased, Joseph Culler, son of Adam Culler, deceased appeared in tendon. Know the testimony submitted the auditor finds the followings facts. Adam Culler, late of Bullskins Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, died intestate on the 18th day of November, 1869, leaving sum_____g him. First--A widow, Rebecca Culler, who has since died.
Second---The following children of James Culler, deceased, who was a son of said Adam Culler, (A) Catherine, intermarried with Frank Stoneman, (B) Elias Culler, (C) John Culler; (D) Ann, intermarried with Jacob McClintock; (E) Dora Culler, a minor, having for her guardian, John Rankin of Rostnaver Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; (F) Margaret, intermarried with J. W. Fisher, (G) Violet, intermarried with George Finley.
Third--The widow and children of William Culler, deceased, who was a son of said Adam Culler, (A) Rachel Culler, the widow, (B) James Culler; (C) Wilmina, intermarried with S. W. Ward; (D) Pressley Culler; (E) Anna, lately intermarried with James Gwynn, but now a widow; (F) Martha Belle, intermarried with Hugh Gwynn.
Fourth--Joseph Culler, a son.
Fifth--Maggie Gilson, a daughter of Henry Culler, deceased, who was a son of said Adam Culler.
Sixth--Rebecca, lately intermarried with John Penny, but now a widow being a daughter of said Adam Culler.
Seventh-- Abram Culler, a son
Eighth--Adam Culler, a son
Ninth--Catherine, a daughter intermarried with John Herbert.
Tenth--The legatees of David Culler, deceased, a son; (A) Catherine Herbert (B) Lydia McFadden.
Eleventh--Lydia, a daughter, intermarried with John McFadden.
Twelfth--The heirs of Jacob Culler, deceased, a son, who died in Walla Walla County, Washington Territory, on the 28th day of January, A.D. 1885, leaving as his heirs=(A) a widow, Charlotte Culler, since intermarried with Silas H. Timmons; (B) James Culler, a son; (C) Walter Culler, a son; (D) George Culler, a son; Silas H. Timmons having been appointed administrator of the estate of the said Jacob Culler deceased. That the claims of Joseph Culler for handing, money advances, expenses in settling estate and are just and honest, though a Piont__s of these claims might be cut out by