"I walked the section listed and he has no headstone." T.P.
From the attached information and Family Search profile L1TK-LWS I have concluded that: *His parents are James Cullings of New York and Caroline Bliss of Pennsylvania. *He had two sisters: Mrs. Nicholas. She lived in Boyne City Michigan. Annie Rivenburg. She lived in Onaway Michigan. *He had one niece: Mrs. Carrie King. She lived in Onaway Michigan. *He had one son: James Cullings. He lived in Vancouver B.C. *He had one daughter: Bessie (George W.) Seymour. They lived in Lewiston and Kendrick Idaho, Tacoma Washington, Portland Oregon, Oakland California, Vancouver B. C. and Newport Washington. *He was a troublemaker in several locations. *He was in Co. B 1st Wisconsin Cavalry and Co. G 37th U. S. Infantry during the Civil War.
Charles E. Cullins The residence was not listed; Enlisted on 10/24/1861 as a Private. On 10/24/1861 he mustered into "B" Co. WI 1st Cavalry He was Mustered Out on 7/19/1865 at Edgefield, TN Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: - Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers: War of the Rebellion (c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com
The beginning of this memorial is based on information from the following website: https://sites.rootsweb.com/~watpcgs/veterans.html
The preceding website says he is buried in Oakwood but his death certificate says he is buried in the Washington Soldiers Home Cemetery.
The following website has six entries for military records: https://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/Search#151