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For the area of Cardiff, see Culverhouse Cross.

Culverhouse is an English topographic surname, which originally meaning a person who tended or lived near a dovecote, derived from the Old English culfrehus ("dovecote").[1] Dovecotes were common on English estates in the medieval period. The name may refer to:


  1. ^ Dictionary of American Family Names. "Culverhouse Family History", Oxford University Press, 2013. Retrieved on 21 January 2016.