Frank Morse Culpepper1,2

M, (4 August 1917 - 26 January 1985)
FatherHon. John O. Culpepper1 (Oct 1866 - 10 May 1932)
MotherDaisy Lee Morse1 (c 1881 - Mar 1962)
Birth*4 August 1917 Frank was born at Taylor Co., Florida, on 4 August 1917.1,2,3 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 John and Frank was listed as a son in Hon. John O. Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Perry, Taylor Co., Florida.1 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in New Jersey.3 
World War II*between 1939 and 1945 He served in World War II between 1939 and 1945
(Frank graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1939, and was superficially wounded at Pearl Harbor. He was also aboard the U.S.S. Indianapolis when she was sunk on July 30, 1945, after delivering parts for the atom bomb to the U.S. base on Tinian. He later worked on the Nike Zeus missile project for Grumman on Long Island.)4 
Marriage*say 1946 He married Jean Williams say 1946. Jean and Frank met while she was performing with the Village Light Opera Group in New York City. They had no children.4 
Residence*1985 Frank and Jean retired to Sanibel Island, Florida, and later to Fort Myers Beach, where he predeceased Jean.5,4 
Death*26 January 1985 He died at Sanibel, Lee Co., Florida, on 26 January 1985 at age 67.2,3 

Family

Jean Williams (20 March 1922 - 17 December 1999)
Last Edited3 February 2013

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 1A, ED: 163, Image: 931 (2 Jan 1920), Perry, Taylor Co., FL
    John O. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 53, M, GA/GA/GA, County Judge
    Daisy Lee Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 41, M, GA/PA/GA
    Lucille Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 15, S, FL/GA/GA
    Broward Culpepper, Son, M, W, 12, S, FL/GA/GA
    Dorothy Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 8, S, FL/GA/GA
    Frank Culpepper, Son, M, W, 2, S, FL/GA/GA.
  2. State of Florida Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Florida Death Index, 1936-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7338
    Frank Morse Culpepper, Cert 6592, Lee Co., FL, White, 04 Aug 1917 - 26 Jan 1985.
  3. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  4. E-mail written 30 Dec 2012 to Warren L. Culpepper from Jeff Reich, Mount Joy, PA, e-mail address.
  5. MyFamily.com Inc., compiler, US Public Records Index, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8907&enc=1

Ernestine Culpepper1

F, (circa 1907 - circa 1916)
FatherCincinnatus Thomas Culpepper M.D.1 (Nov 1863 - )
MotherMargaret Caroline McDonald1 (Oct 1870 - 28 Apr 1953)
Birth*circa 1907 Ernestine was born at Taylor Co., Florida, circa 1907.1 
(Daughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 MaeDell and Ernestine was listed as a daughter in Cincinnatus Thomas Culpepper M.D.'s household on the 1910 Census at Perry, Taylor Co., Florida.1 
Death*circa 1916 She died circa 1916.2 
Last Edited26 July 2011

Citations

  1. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 153, Sheet 1A, Lines 17-23, Perry, Taylor Co., FL
    Cincinnatus Culpepper, Head, M, 46, md1-17 yrs, GA/GA/GA, Physician
    Margaret Culpepper, Wife, F, 37, md1-17 yrs, ch 4/4, GA/NC/NC
    Loys E. Culpepper, Son, M, 15, S, GA/GA/GA
    Ivan Culpepper, Son, M, 13, S, FL/GA/GA
    Medell Culpepper, Daughter, F, 11, S, FL/GA/GA
    Ernestine Culpepper, Daughter, F, 3, S, FL/GA/GA
    Fannie Walcott, Boarder, F, 19, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. E-mail written 21 Jul 2011 to Warren L. Culpepper from Betty Jean Culpepper Pitts (#62573), e-mail address.

William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA

M, (say 1726 - 1808)
FatherRobert Culpepper Jr. of Lower Norfolk Co., VA (s 1694 - b Oct 1774)
MotherDorcas (?) (s 1700 - )
DNA* William has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of Robert Culpepper, Jr., who is a son of Robert Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, VA. 
Birth*say 1726 William was born at Norfolk Co., Virginia, say 1726. 
(Heir) Will16 October 1739 Robert, Joseph, Benjamin, Rachel, Ann, Elizabeth, Mury, William and Mary named as heir(s) in the will of Robert Culpepper of Lower Norfolk Co., VA at Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 16 October 1739.1 
Marriage*circa 1748 He married Sarah Culpepper at Edgecombe Co., North Carolina, circa 1748. 
Deed*24 October 1755 He was granted a deed by Walter Gibson, witnessed by Edmond Lilly, Jeremiah Dumas and John Culpepper of Jones Co., GA on 24 October 1755 at Anson Co., North Carolina,

Book C1, Page 212: WALTER GIBSON of Anson Co., to WILLIAM CULPEPPER of same, for £15 Va. money... 100 A on N side Rockey River against land of sd. GIBSON, at mouth of Spring Branch... WALTER GIBSON (SEAL), Wit: EDMOND LILLY, JEREMIAH DUMAS, JOHN CULPEPPER.2 
(Deed Witness) Deed6 September 1760 He witnessed a deed grant by Walter Gibson to Joseph Culpepper of Morgan Co. GA on 6 September 1760 at Anson Co., North Carolina,

Book 5, Page 339: WALTER GIBSON of Anson, planter, to JOSEPH CULPEPER of same, planter, for good will & respect... 100 A adj. Rockey River on spring Br... WALTER GIBSON (W) (SEAL), Wit: JNO. CULPEPER, WILLIAM CULPEPER, JNOTH. DOWNS.2 
(Buyer) Probate10 November 1764 He bought from Robert Culpepper of Anson Co NC's estate on 10 November 1764 at Anson Co., North Carolina
Miscellaneous*9 October 1769 Regulator's Petition.3 
Deed*17 November 1774 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, with Andrew Preslar as the original land grant recipient on 17 November 1774 at Anson Co., North Carolina,

On 17 Nov 1774, William Culpepper bought 64 acres on the north side of Rocky River from John Spencer.2 
American Revolution*between 1775 and 1783 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783
(DAR Listing: William Culpepper, born circa 1727, died before 7 Mar 1806 in Georgia, married ___ ___, Patriotic Service, North Carolina
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William's contribution to the Revolutionary War is mentioned on a plaque at the courthouse in Warren County, GA. The plaque honors "soldiers... buried in Warren County who fought in the war for American Independence..." See:
http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/misc/warren-plaque.htm.)4 
(Executor) Will23 April 1775 William named as executor(s) at Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 23 April 1775.5 
Relocation*between 1782 and 1787 He relocated between 1782 and 1787 at Wilkes Co., Georgia
Church*22 December 1787 William and Sarah joined at Williams Creek Baptist Church, Warren Co., Georgia, on 22 December 1787.6 
Event-Misc*8 December 1792 On 8 Dec 1792, Brother [William] Culpepper was directed to cite Brother Hadden Parham (his son-in-law) to the next conference of the Church at Williams Creek in Warren Co., GA to give satisfaction for his misconduct.7 
Note*December 1793 By December 1793 the section of Wilkes County where William Culpepper lived became part of Warren County. 
Deed*February 1794 In February 1794, Neal Dougherty and Thomas Cowan of Columbia County, GA, sold to Mountain Hill and Jesse Armstrong of Warren County, 450 acres joining Reddick Bass, John Whatley, John Gilrow, Culpepper, and Peebles. Presumably this land was adjacent to Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA or his father William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA.8 
DeedJuly 1794 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA and Hadden Parham in July 1794 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In July 1794, Richard (sic) Brooks Fletcher sold a Negro girl to William Culpepper, Sr., with Daniel Culpepper and Hadden Parham as witnesses. The bill of sale was given by William Johnston of Montgomery Co., NC.9 
Event-Misc*21 September 1798 In a 21 Sep 1798 listing of church members, William & Sarah Culpepper appear with the notation of "dead" beside their names. However, the notation of "dead" appears to be an entry made at a later date.10 
Land Lottery*1805 William participated in but did not win the land lottery in 1805 at Warren Co., Georgia.11 
Tax roll*1805 William registered to pay taxes. 
DeedJanuary 1805 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted in January 1805 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1805, Richard Sammon sold 450 acres on Middle Creek to Reddick Bass. The land was originally granted to John Torrance in December 1787, and was adjacent to John Gibson and Culpepper (either Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA or William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA). Witnesses were Laur. D. Bryan and Henry Hill.12 
Deedcirca 1806 He granted a deed to Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, witnessed by William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA circa 1806 at Warren Co., Georgia,

Around 1806, William Culpepper, Sr., gave his Negro slave Sarah and her four children to Daniel Culpepper, with William Culpepper, Jr., as witness.13 
Will*22 August 1806 He made a will at Warren Co., Georgia, on 22 August 1806, naming as heir(s) Argent Parham, Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA and William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA. It was witnessed by Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA.

Extract from the Will of William Culpepper of Warren County, Georgia, Dated 22 Aug 1806
     I, William Culpepper, of the State of Georgia and County of Warren, do constitute and ordain this my last Will and testament.
     With respect to property already delivered into the possession of either of my children, which they or either of them have been in quiet possession of or have already appropriated in their own use, my will is that such property shall be considered as theirs severally as delivered, as fully as if a deed of gift had accompanied such delivery.
     I give and devise unto my son, Daniel Culpepper, the sum of two dollars to be paid him by my executor.
     I give unto my son, William Culpepper, two hundred acres of land in Warren County on the waters of Carsons Creek, being the land whereon he now lives with the appurtenances.
     I give to my son-in-law, Richard B. Fletcher, the sum of two dollars to be paid him by my executor.
     Lastly, I give unto my daughter Argin Parham the rest of all my property not heretofore devised, also my chance in the Lottery of 1806 to her and her heirs forever.
     I constitute my son Daniel Culpepper as executor to this my last will and testament, in witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 22nd day of August 1806.
               his
     William (x) Culpepper
               mark
Signature witnesses: William Culpepper, Dickens Culpepper, Isaiah Tucker.14 
Probate*7 March 1808 Probate action was taken on William's estate on 7 March 1808 at Warren Co., Georgia
Death*1808 He died at Warren Co., Georgia, in 1808. 
Biography* While William Culpepper's ancestry was long a mystery, Y-DNA testing of over 20 descendants of William, James and Sampson Culpepper has revealed that they all share a unique combination of Y-DNA markers (DYS-442=13, CDYb=37, DYS-464d=16, DYS-561=15, DYS-712=23) that is not found in any of the other Culpepper descendant lines. Thus, through a combination of traditional genealogical research and Y-DNA testing, we conclude that William, James and Sampson are all sons of Robert Culpepper, Jr.

Further, the descendants of William all exhibit an additional unique marker (DYS-481<25) that distinguish the descendants of William from those of his brothers.

On 25 March 1749, William was granted 300 acres in Edgecombe County on the south side of Beaver Dam Swamp, joining the said swamp and a red oak marked with three chops. Witnesses were John Rice, and John Astie. The land was surveyed 5 February 1748/9, and the "sworn chain carriers" were William Wilder and DANIEL CULPEPPER. James Conner was the surveyor. (NC Patent Book 11, p. 151, as transcribed by Margaret M. Hofmann, Granville Grants, Vol. I, p. 68)

The Daniel Culpepper just mentioned is a mystery, as there is no reason to believe that William's son Daniel was born before 1750. The most logical assumption seems to be that this was Daniel was the son of Robert Culpepper, Jr., of Norfolk County, VA, who is known to have been a teenager by 1750, based on Norfolk Co. VA tithable records, and so was about the right age to have been a chain carrier for a survey. Perhaps he was visiting his older brother in NC for the summer.

So this lends some credence to the suggestion that grantee William Culpepper might have been Daniel's older brother, and that both of them might have been the sons of Robert Culpepper, Jr., of Norfolk County, VA. If true, William later named a son Daniel, for his younger brother, Daniel.

In October of 1755, William bought 100 acres on the north side of Rocky River from Walter Gibson, who lived on the adjacent tract of land. John Culpepper, son of Joseph, was a witness (Anson Co. Deed Bk. C1, p. 212).

A few years later, in September 1760, Walter Gibson gave another 100 acres in the same general area to Joseph Culpepper Jr., son of Joseph. John and William Culpepper were witnesses (Anson Deed Bk 5, p. 339).

William Culpepper appears on a 1763 Tax List for Anson County, he and Robert Culpepper were listed together. In November 1764, William was a buyer at the estate of Robert Culpepper, along with Henry Stokes, Elijah Clark, and Thomas Presler.

In October 1769, William and his son Daniel signed a "Petition for Redress" (NC Colonial Records, Vol. 8, p.78, 80). Anson County Court Minutes for 1771 show a deed from John McClevael to John Spencer, proven by William Culpepper. William was also a Grand Juror that year (Abstracts of Early Records of Anson County, NC, by May W. McBee).

In July 1774, William was granted 50 acres in Anson on the north side of Rocky River, joining Shadrack Hogan and his own line. (NC Patent Bk. 26, p. 159, from Margaret Hofmann, Colony of NC Patents, Vol. 2, p. 666)

In November 1774, William bought 64 acres on the north side of Rocky River from John Spencer. His son Daniel Culpepper was a witness (Anson Deed Bk K, p. 310).

In March 1775 he obtained a grant of 100 acres on the north side of Rocky River, joining his own line. (Patent Bk. 25, p. 269, as found in Margaret Hofmann, Colony of NC Patents, Vol 2, p. 606)

In Apr 1775, William was named a co-executor of his brother Daniel's will in Norfolk County, along with Daniel's wife Mary. Whether William actually returned to Norfolk to help with his brothers affairs is not know. Only one William Culpepper appears in Norfolk tithable records during this time, and this was William, son of Thomas.

In 1779, Montgomery County was formed from Anson County, and all of William's land fell into the new county. Due to a courthouse fire in Montgomery County in 1835, few early records there have survived. In 1841, this area became present day Stanley County.

William stayed in Anson County during the Revolutionary War, and was paid three claims for services rendered during the War (see Stub Indents for Anson, Montgomery, and Richmond Counties in the NC State Archives).

He was there in 1783 when he signed a petition as a citizen of Anson County (Roster of SC Patriots in the American Revolution, by Bobby Gilmer Ross).

A plaque at the courthouse in Warren County, GA. The plaque honors "soldiers... buried in Warren County who fought in the war for American Independence..." See
http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/misc/warren-plaque.htm

William moved to Georgia after the Revolutionary War. He was there at least by 22 Dec 1787, when in the earliest extant records of the Church of Christ at William's Creek, William and wife Sarah appear as members. This church is in Warren County, about 12 miles north of persent day Warrenton. Their son Daniel was in Wilkes County, GA by this time.

William obtained a 200 acre land grant in August 1793 "in Richmond (now Columbia) County," but when Warren County was formed in December 1793, the land fell in Warren County, GA (Register of Grants, Book A.A.A.A., p. 167).

In a listing of the members of the Church at Williams Creek, dated 21 Sep 1798, William and Sarah Culpepper both appear with the notation of "dead" beside their names. However, that notation appears to be an entry made at a later date.

The 1805 Tax Digest of Warren County shows William living on a grant of 200 acres on Carson Creek, presumably the 1793 land grant. At the time he had two slaves.

William's will was dated August 1806 and probated in March 1808. He left the 200 acres on Carson's Creek where he lived to his son William, Jr. He left $2 to his son Daniel, and $2 to his son-in-law Richard B. Fletcher. The remainder of his estate went to his daughter Argin Parham. He mentioned previous gifts to unnamed children. Daniel Culpepper was executor and William Culpepper, Dickerson Culpepper, and Isaiah Tucker were witnesses (Warren Co. Deed Bk. C, p. 103). 

Family

Sarah Culpepper (say 1729 - )
Children
Last Edited30 April 2012

Citations

  1. Norfolk Co. VA Wills; (n.p.: n.pub.).
    Will Book H, page 19.
  2. Brent H. Holcomb, compiler, Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766, Abstracts of Wills & Estates, 1749-1795, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1980.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49032
  3. Regulators Petition, Anson County, North Carolina, 9 Oct 1769
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/nc/anson.htm#petition.
  4. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
  5. Norfolk Co. VA Will Book 2, page 91.
  6. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Pages 1-2: 22 Dec 1787, members include William Culpepper and Sister Culpepper.
  7. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    pages 11-12.
  8. Warren Co., Georgia Deed Bk. A, p.208-9.
  9. Warren Co. GA Deed Bk B, p. 125.
  10. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 25.
  11. Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Greenwood Press, Cambridge, 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2WY 1805.
    page 81.
  12. Warren Co. GA Deed Bk. B, p. 376-7.
  13. Warren Co. Deed Bk B, p. 518.
  14. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Sept 1946, page 507.

Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA

M, (circa 1750 - 4 August 1819)
FatherWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co. GA (s 1726 - 1808)
MotherSarah Culpepper (s 1729 - )
DNA* Daniel has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (born c1727), a son of Robert Culpepper, Jr., who is a grandson of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, VA. 
Birth*circa 1750 Daniel was born at Anson Co., North Carolina, circa 1750. 
Miscellaneous*9 October 1769 Regulator's Petition.1 
(Deed Witness) Deed17 November 1774 He witnessed a deed grant to William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA, with Andrew Preslar as the original land grant recipient on 17 November 1774 at Anson Co., North Carolina,

On 17 Nov 1774, William Culpepper bought 64 acres on the north side of Rocky River from John Spencer.2 
American Revolution*between 1776 and 1782 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1776 and 1782
(Daniel's contribution to the Revolutionary War is mentioned on a plaque at the courthouse in Warren County, GA. The plaque honors "soldiers... buried in Warren County who fought in the war for American Independence..." See:
http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/misc/warren-plaque.htm.)3 
Marriage*circa 1776 He married Sarah (?) at Anson Co., North Carolina, circa 1776. 
Note*1779 In 1779, the area in Anson County north of Rocky River where William Culpepper and his family lived became Montgomery County. 
Deed*August 1779 He was granted a deed in August 1779

In August 1779, Daniel Culpepper acquired 75 acres in Montgomery County on the big branches of Big Bare (sic) Creek, on the west side of the Yadkin River. (Big Bear Creek is in present day Stanley County, and it flows into Long Creek, which flows into Rocky River. Stanley County was formed in 1841 from Montgomery County.)4 
Tax rollbetween 1780 and 1782 He registered to pay taxes at Montgomery Co., North Carolina, between 1780 and 1782. 
Relocation*between 1782 and 1788 He relocated between 1782 and 1788 at Wilkes Co., Georgia; Daniel Culpepper appears on 1780 and 1782 Tax Lists for Montgomery County, and still owned the above 75 acres of land. By 1788 he had moved to Wilkes County, GA.5,6 
Deed*29 March 1788 He was granted a deed by Michael Whatley on 29 March 1788 at Wilkes Co., Georgia,

29 Mar 1788, Book FF, p. 53. Michael Whatley, Junr., planter, to Daniel Culpepper, both of Wilkes Co., for 50 pounds, Middle Creek, adj. W. by James Bush, N. & E. by John Torrence, S. by Staples, 200 acres, granted to Whatley, 10 Sept. 1784, warrant & granted 28 Feb. 1788, rec. Book PPP, folio 410. (signed) Michael (+) Whatley. Wit: Jesse Wright, R. Fletcher. Proved by Robert Fletcher and Jesse Wright, 4 Mar. 1789, Jno. Torrence, J.P. Regd. 13 July 1789.6 
Tax rollbetween 1790 and 1793 Daniel registered to pay taxes. 
Deed4 January 1790 He witnessed a deed grant on 4 January 1790 at Wilkes Co., Georgia,

4 Jan 1790, Book HH, p. 302. James Bush to Richard Fletcher, both of Wilkes Co., for 20 pounds, Middle Creek, adj. S.E. by Staplers, S.W. by Smith, W. by vacant & unknown, N.E. by Whatley, 215 acres, warrant from justices of the county, surveyed by John Torrence, 8 Aug. 1787, certified by Dad. Creswell, Esq., county surveyor, granted to Bush, 29 Oct 1789, regd. Book SSS, folio 547, 10 Nov 1789. (signed) James (J) Bush. Wit: Daniel Culpepper, Isaiah Tucker, Argin (her x) Lee. Proved before L. Pruitt, J.P., 23 Jul 1791. Regd. 3 Aug 1791.7 
NoteDecember 1793 By December 1793 the section of Wilkes County where Daniel Culpepper and his father lived became part of Warren County. 
Deed*February 1794 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted in February 1794 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In February 1794, Neal Dougherty and Thomas Cowan of Columbia County, GA, sold to Mountain Hill and Jesse Armstrong of Warren County, 450 acres joining Reddick Bass, John Whatley, John Gilrow, Culpepper, and Peebles. Presumably this land was adjacent to Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA or his father William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA.8 
DeedJuly 1794 He witnessed a deed grant to William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA in July 1794 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In July 1794, Richard (sic) Brooks Fletcher sold a Negro girl to William Culpepper, Sr., with Daniel Culpepper and Hadden Parham as witnesses. The bill of sale was given by William Johnston of Montgomery Co., NC.9 
DeedJanuary 1799 He was granted a deed in January 1799 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1799, Daniel bought another 250 acres on Middle Creek from Jesse Armstrong and Churchill Gibson, with Isaiah Tucker (clerk) and Henry Hill as witnesses.10 
DeedJanuary 1804 He was granted a deed in January 1804 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1804, Daniel bought "a negro slave boy John" from John Gibson.11 
Tax roll1805 Daniel registered to pay taxes. 
Land Lottery1805 Daniel participated in but did not win the land lottery in 1805 at Warren Co., Georgia.12 
DeedJanuary 1805 In January 1805, Richard Sammon sold 450 acres on Middle Creek to Reddick Bass. The land was originally granted to John Torrance in December 1787, and was adjacent to John Gibson and Culpepper (either Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA or William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA). Witnesses were Laur. D. Bryan and Henry Hill.13 
Deedcirca 1806 He was granted a deed by William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA, witnessed by William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA circa 1806 at Warren Co., Georgia,

Around 1806, William Culpepper, Sr., gave his Negro slave Sarah and her four children to Daniel Culpepper, with William Culpepper, Jr., as witness.14 
(Heir) Will22 August 1806 Argent, Daniel and William named as heir(s) in the will of William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 22 August 1806.15 
Land Lottery*1807 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1807 at Warren Co., Georgia,
Lot 72-11 in Baldwin Co., GA. 
(Deed Witness) DeedJanuary 1807 He witnessed a deed grant to Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA in January 1807 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1807, Henry Hight sold 182.5 acres on Hart's Creek to Robert Culpepper, with Daniel Culpepper, William Harriss, and William Culpepper as witnesses.16 
(Deed Witness) DeedJanuary 1808 He witnessed a deed grant to Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA in January 1808 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1808, Noah Butt sold another 37 acres on Hart's Creek to Robert Culpepper, with Daniel and William Culpepper as witnesses. 
ProbateMarch 1808 In March 1808, William Culpepper Sr.'s will was probated. He left bequests to various children, including $2.00 to his son Daniel. Apparently Daniel had already gotten his share of his father's estate.17 
DeedOctober 1809 He granted a deed, witnessed by William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA and Benjamin Culpepper in October 1809 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In October 1809, Daniel bought two tracts of land from his son Robert, 37 acres on Hart's Creek, and another 91 acres in an unspecified location. Witnesses were Moriah Mercer, Benjamin Culpepper, and William Culpepper.18 
Church*19 December 1812 Daniel joined at Williams Creek Baptist Church, Warren Co., Georgia, on 19 December 1812.19,20,21 
Tax roll*1818 Daniel registered to pay taxes. 
Deed*7 October 1818 He granted a deed to Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA on 7 October 1818 at Jones Co., Georgia,

Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA to Robert Culpepper of Jones Co., for $600: 101.25 acres on Walnut Creek where Robert Culpepper now lives, half of Lot #22 in District 11.22 
Deed*11 October 1818 He granted a deed to Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA on 11 October 1818 at Jones Co., Georgia,

Daniel Culpepper, Sr., of Warren Co., GA to Daniel Culpepper, Jr., of Jones Co., for $600: 101.25 acres where Daniel Jr. now lives on Walnut Creek as drawn by Daniel Sr., half of Lot #22 in District 11. Wit: Rebecca, Susan D. and John Lewis.23 
Will*3 April 1819 He made a will at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819, naming as heir(s) Sarah Culpepper, William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA, Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, Benjamin Culpepper, Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA, Martha Culpepper and Argent Culpepper.

His will was signed in April 1819 and probated that September. He left the home place, household goods, and slaves to his wife Sarah for her widowhood. He gave his son William the 125 acres where William lived. He gave his sons Daniel Jr. and Robert Lot No. 72 in the 11 District of Jones County, which was 202.5 acres. He gave his son Joseph the 250 acres where Joseph was living. To his sons Dickerson, Benjamin and Mariner, and his daughters Martha Culpepper and Argin Newman, he gave $780.00 each. To his sons Joseph and William he gave $280.00 each. The executors were his sons Benjamin and Mariner. Witnesses were William Porter, John Benton, and Daniel Dennis.24 
Death*4 August 1819 He died at Warren Co., Georgia, on 4 August 1819. He was about 69 or 70 years old. The Williams Creek Baptist Church recorded his death: "Daniel Culpepper, Sr., a member of this church, who had taken part in the Revolutionary War, died August 4th, 1819."25 
Probate*13 September 1819 Probate action was taken on Daniel's estate on 13 September 1819 at Warren Co., Georgia
Research note*26 April 2004 Daniel is a known son of William Culpepper. 

Family

Sarah (?) (circa 1757 - after 1830)
Children
Last Edited30 April 2012

Citations

  1. Regulators Petition, Anson County, North Carolina, 9 Oct 1769
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/nc/anson.htm#petition.
  2. Brent H. Holcomb, compiler, Anson County, North Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766, Abstracts of Wills & Estates, 1749-1795, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1980.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49032
  3. http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/misc/warren-plaque.htm.
  4. Dr. A. B. Pruitt, Montgomery Co., North Carolina Land Entries, 1779-1795.
  5. Daniel Culpeper, Montgomery Co., NC, 1780 Tax List.
  6. Michael Martin Farmer, Wilkes Co., GA Deed Books A - VV, 1784 - 1806, Farmer Genealogy, Dallas.
    Book FF, p. 53.
  7. Michael Martin Farmer, Wilkes Co., GA Deed Books A - VV, 1784 - 1806, Farmer Genealogy, Dallas.
  8. Warren Co., Georgia Deed Bk. A, p.208-9.
  9. Warren Co. GA Deed Bk B, p. 125.
  10. Warren Co. Deed Bk B, p. 64-5.
  11. Warren Co. Deed Bk. A, p. 38.
  12. Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Greenwood Press, Cambridge, 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2WY 1805.
    page 81.
  13. Warren Co. GA Deed Bk. B, p. 376-7.
  14. Warren Co. Deed Bk B, p. 518.
  15. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Sept 1946, page 507.
  16. Warren Co. Deed Bk. B, p. 592-3.
  17. Warren Co. Will Bk. AEW [1798-1808], p. 103.
  18. Warren Co. Deed Bk. D, p. 29-30.
  19. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 54. 19 Dec 1812: Rec'd Daniel Culpepper & Sister Culpepper.
  20. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 65. 14 Apr 1819: Brother Bass to cite Brother Culpepper for nonattendance.
  21. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 65. 19 Jun 1819: Brother Culpepper made satisfaction to the church for his non-attendance.
  22. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book G, Page 300.
  23. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book G, Page 299.
  24. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  25. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 65. 14 Aug 1819: At a conference, the recent death of Brother Daniel Culpepper, Sr., was acknowledged.

William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA

M, (circa 1765 - circa 1828)
FatherWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co. GA (s 1726 - 1808)
MotherSarah Culpepper (s 1729 - )
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA is believed to have no living male descendants with the Culpepper surname. If you know otherwise, please contact Lew Griffin using the link at the bottom of this page. 
Birth*circa 1765 William was born at Anson Co., North Carolina, circa 1765. 
Marriage*circa 1790 He married Martha (?) circa 1790. 
Land Lottery*1805 William participated in but did not win the land lottery in 1805 at Warren Co., Georgia.1 
Tax roll*1805 William registered to pay taxes. 
(Deed Witness) Deedcirca 1806 He witnessed a deed grant by William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA to Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA circa 1806 at Warren Co., Georgia,

Around 1806, William Culpepper, Sr., gave his Negro slave Sarah and her four children to Daniel Culpepper, with William Culpepper, Jr., as witness.2 
(Heir) Will22 August 1806 Argent, Daniel and William named as heir(s) in the will of William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 22 August 1806.3 
(Deed Witness) DeedJanuary 1807 He witnessed a deed grant to Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA in January 1807 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1807, Henry Hight sold 182.5 acres on Hart's Creek to Robert Culpepper, with Daniel Culpepper, William Harriss, and William Culpepper as witnesses.4 
(Deed Witness) DeedJanuary 1808 He witnessed a deed grant to Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA in January 1808 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1808, Noah Butt sold another 37 acres on Hart's Creek to Robert Culpepper, with Daniel and William Culpepper as witnesses. 
(Deed Witness) DeedOctober 1809 He witnessed a deed grant by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA and Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA in October 1809 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In October 1809, Daniel bought two tracts of land from his son Robert, 37 acres on Hart's Creek, and another 91 acres in an unspecified location. Witnesses were Moriah Mercer, Benjamin Culpepper, and William Culpepper.5 
Deed*1 December 1814 He was granted a deed on 1 December 1814 at Jones Co., Georgia,

Gilbert Gay of Jasper Co., GA to Wm. Culpepper of Jones Co. for $100: 202.5 acres in District 6, Lot #124, as drawn by Gilbert Gay of Clarke Co. Wit: Robert Hutchins, Nathaniel G. Walker.6 
Land Lottery1820 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1820 at Wallers District, Jones Co., Georgia,
lot 276-28 in Early Co., GA.7 
Miscellaneous*4 July 1820 A writ of fieri facias (an order for the sheriff to collect a judgment) was issued in the suit of John Lowe and Reuben Cole against William Culpepper, Sr. and William Culpepper, Jr., land seized by James Riley, Sheriff, and sold for $34 to Joseph B. Riley, 202.5 acres where Wm. Culpepper now lives. Wit: James Fagan, Adam Carson.
[note: this seems to be William Culpepper Jr. and William Culpepper III - L. W. G.]8 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Jones Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for are 2 Males 0-10 and 1 Male 10-16..9 
Land Lottery14 May 1827 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery on 14 May 1827 at Twiggs Co., Georgia,
lot 188-17 in Muscogee Co., GA.10 
Death*circa 1828 He died circa 1828. 
Research note*26 April 2004 William is a known son of William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA. 

Family

Martha (?) (circa 1770 - 1853)
Children
Last Edited2 July 2011

Citations

  1. Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Greenwood Press, Cambridge, 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2WY 1805.
    page 81.
  2. Warren Co. Deed Bk B, p. 518.
  3. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Sept 1946, page 507.
  4. Warren Co. Deed Bk. B, p. 592-3.
  5. Warren Co. Deed Bk. D, p. 29-30.
  6. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book G, Page 118.
  7. The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., 1820 Land Lottery of Georgia, Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2la.
    William Culpepper, Sr., Wallers District, Jones Co., GA, drew lot 276-28 in Early Co., GA.
  8. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book L, Page 356.
  9. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 114, Jones Co., GA
    William Culpepper, Jr., 2M0-10, 1M10-16, 1M16-26, 1M45+, 1F45+.
  10. State of Georgia Recorder Office, compiler, Georgia Land Lottery, 1827, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2072
    William Culpepper of Bostwicks District, Twiggs Co., GA, drew lot 188-17 in Muscogee Co., GA, 14 May 1827.

Argent Culpepper

F, (say 1748 - after 1808)
FatherWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co. GA (s 1726 - 1808)
MotherSarah Culpepper (s 1729 - )
Birth*say 1748 Argent was born at Edgecombe Co., North Carolina, say 1748. 
Married Namesay 1768  As of say 1768, her married name was Lee. 
Marriage*after 1790 She married Hadden Parham at Georgia after 1790. 
Married Nameafter 1790  As of after 1790, her married name was Parham. 
(Heir) Will22 August 1806 Argent, Daniel and William named as heir(s) in the will of William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 22 August 1806.1 
Death*after 1808 She died at Georgia after 1808. 

Family

Hadden Parham (say 1748 - 1823)
Last Edited30 August 2003

Citations

  1. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Sept 1946, page 507.

Hadden Parham

M, (say 1748 - 1823)
Note* See e-mails to Parham-L@Rootsweb.com. 
Birth*say 1748 Hadden was born at Virginia say 1748. 
Residence*1787 Hadden resided at Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., Virginia, in 1787. 
Marriage*after 1790 He married Argent Culpepper at Georgia after 1790. 
Event-Misc*8 December 1792 On 8 Dec 1792, Brother [William] Culpepper was directed to cite Brother Hadden Parham (his son-in-law) to the next conference of the Church at Williams Creek in Warren Co., GA to give satisfaction for his misconduct.1 
(Deed Witness) DeedJuly 1794 He witnessed a deed grant to William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA in July 1794 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In July 1794, Richard (sic) Brooks Fletcher sold a Negro girl to William Culpepper, Sr., with Daniel Culpepper and Hadden Parham as witnesses. The bill of sale was given by William Johnston of Montgomery Co., NC.2 
Death*1823 He died at Baldwin Co., Georgia, in 1823. 
Biography* "MATTHEW PARHAM of Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., to HADDEN PARHAM of same, 200 pounds Virginia money. 200 acres, joining John Leeth, Joel Hall, HADDON PARHAM, Charles Raines, and the road. Witnesses were: JOSHUA HILL, JOHN PARHAM, PETER PARHAM. 29 Jan 1787. Recorded 20 Sep 1787 Sussex Co. Deed Bk.
G. pg 80.
.
4 Oct 1790 -- Andrew King, to Joel Heath & Haddon Parham, all of Wilkes Co., for 35 pds., 200 acres on Harts Creek. (signed) Andrew King. Wit: Benjamin Catching, J. P., Richard B. Wooten. Regd. 29 Oct 1790. (Wilkes Co. Deed Bk GG, p. 112)
.
15 Dec 1792 -- Haddon Parham and Argean his wife of Wilkes Co. to Mathew Parham of Columbia Co. for 48 pds., 275 acres adjacent Rees, A. Smith, Haddon Parham. Wit: John Parham, Elizabeth Kelly. (Columbia Co. GA Deed Bk. B, p. 1126-127)
.
1794 HADDAN PARHAM 200 acres in Wilkes Co. on Harts Creek next to Sanford & McClung. Also 257 acres in Hancock Co., on Fort Creek next to Rains.
.
From "Early Court Records, Columbia County, Georgia":
1807, March 13: HADDEN PARHAM to daughter, AGNES DOZIER,           for natural love and affection, and $1.00, a negro fellow named ANDERSON.
.
Hadden Parham's will, Baldwin County, Georgia April 7, 1823:
" In the name of God amen. I Haddon Parham of the state and county aforesaid, being of sound mind and knowing that man is mortal and must die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner following.
.
I desire all my just debts to be paid out of my estate by my executors.
.
Item 1st - I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Argen Parham, my negro woman Moly, 2 beds and furniture, a necessary quantity of household and kitchen furniture and farming utensils, one cow and calf, one sow and pigs, 25 acres of Land where she chooses, including the houses and if what I given proves to be insufficient for her maintenance, I desire execrs to allow her a reasonable support out of any property not other wise appropriated and at her death I desire my son Rowland Parham should have the said negro woman
Molly in addition to what I hereafter give him. The balance found at her decease I desire should be equally divided.
.
Item 2nd - I give and bequeath unto my son Rowland Parham my negro man David, one bed and furniture to be his right in addition to the above mentioned Molly.
.
Item 3rd - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Lisha Redding my negro man Peter, one bed and furniture.
.
Item 4th - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Rogers, my negro man Andrew, one bed and furniture.
.
Item 5th - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Gincey, my negro girl
Violet, one bed to be hers during her life and after her decease dieing
without issue, the said property to belong to my daughter Lisha Redding.
.
Item 6th - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Agnes Dozier one bed and furniture.
.
Item 7th - I give and bequeath unto my two grandsons John H. Parham, Wm. Burge $200.00 each to be raised out of my landed property.
.
Item 8th - I give and bequeath unto the heirs of my daughter Elizabeth Redding $100.00 to be raised as last above mentioned.
.
Item 9th - I give and bequeath unto my son-in-law Anderson Redding my negro girl Mary for the many favors and services he has rendered me.
.
Item 10th - I desire my 2 negroes Anthony and Polly at my decease to be valued and choose their owners among my heirs, their amt of expenses equally divided amongst the whole and also any amount arising from any interest of my estate not specially willed should be equally divided amongst them all.
.
And lastly I appoint and ordain William Searcy, Rowland Parham, and
Willing [sic]. Redding my executors to this my last will and testament, signed and sealed in the presence
.
James Berryhill
Haddon Parham (Seal)
Rowland Redding (Is this correct or should it be Parham?] 

Family

Argent Culpepper (say 1748 - after 1808)
Last Edited24 November 2000

Citations

  1. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    pages 11-12.
  2. Warren Co. GA Deed Bk B, p. 125.

Sarah (?)

F, (circa 1757 - after 1830)
Birth*circa 1757 Sarah was born circa 1757. 
Marriage*circa 1776 She married Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Anson Co., North Carolina, circa 1776. 
Married Namecirca 1776  As of circa 1776, her married name was Culpepper. 
Church*19 December 1812 She was a church elder at Williams Creek Baptist Church, Warren Co., Georgia, on 19 December 1812.1,2,3 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.4 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Sarah was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.5 
Land Lottery*1821 She had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1821 at Warren Co., Georgia,
lot 47-2 in Houston Co., GA.6 
(free wh female 70-80) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Sarah was probably a free white female, age 70 and under 80, in Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA's household, on the 1830 Census at Monroe Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for are a Male and Female, each 20-30..7 
Death*after 1830 She died at Warren Co., Georgia, after 1830. 
Biography* Perhaps Sarah's maiden name was Mariner, since she named a son Mariner. Further research is needed. 

Family

Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (circa 1750 - 4 August 1819)
Children
Last Edited12 June 2004

Citations

  1. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 54. 19 Dec 1812: Rec'd Daniel Culpepper & Sister Culpepper.
  2. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 65. 14 Apr 1819: Brother Bass to cite Brother Culpepper for nonattendance.
  3. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 65. 19 Jun 1819: Brother Culpepper made satisfaction to the church for his non-attendance.
  4. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  5. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 265, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Sally Culpepper, 1 F26-45, 1 F45+.
  6. Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., The Fourth or 1821 Land Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
  7. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 173, Unk Twp, Monroe Co., GA
    Mariner Culpepper, 2 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M20-30, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 1 F30-40, 1 F70-80.

Martha (?)

F, (circa 1770 - 1853)
Birth*circa 1770 Martha was born at South Carolina circa 1770. 
Marriage*circa 1790 She married William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA circa 1790. 
Married Namecirca 1790  As of circa 1790, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 45 +) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Martha was probably a free white female, age 45 or over, in William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA's household, on the 1820 Census at Jones Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for are 2 Males 0-10 and 1 Male 10-16..1 
(free wh female 50-60) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Martha was probably a free white female, age 50 and under 60, in Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA's household, on the 1830 Census at Jones Co., Georgia.2 
Death*1853 She died at Harris Co., Georgia, in 1853. 

Family

William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA (circa 1765 - circa 1828)
Children
Last Edited29 July 2008

Citations

  1. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 114, Jones Co., GA
    William Culpepper, Jr., 2M0-10, 1M10-16, 1M16-26, 1M45+, 1F45+.
  2. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 464, Unk Twp, Jones Co., GA
    Joel Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F20-30, 1 F50-60.
  3. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book L, Page 356.

Argent Culpepper

F, (circa 1778 - after 1 June 1850)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
Birth*circa 1778 Argent was born at Anson Co., North Carolina, circa 1778. 
Marriage License14 December 1794 Argent applied for a marriage license to wed Walter Newman at Warren Co., Georgia, on 14 December 1794. 
Married NameDecember 1794  As of December 1794, her married name was Newman. 
Marriage*16 December 1794 She married Walter Newman at Warren Co., Georgia, on 16 December 1794.1 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.2 
1850 Census*1 June 1850 Argent was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census on 1 June 1850 at Coosa Co., Alabama.3 
Death*after 1 June 1850 She died at Coosa Co., Alabama, after 1 June 1850.4 
Burial* Her body was interred at Mount Olive Baptist Church Cemetery, Coosa Co., Alabama. Unmarked grave.4 
Biography* Argent's father left her Land Lot 72 in the 11th District of Baldwin County, Georgia.

Argent and family moved to Coweta to land that they drew in the 1827 Georgia Land Lottery. They lived in Coweta County for several years. Argintine moved to Coosa County, Alabama with her daughter, Sarah Hill. Other family members followed.

The grave of Argintine Culpepper Newman is in the Mt Olive Baptist Church Cemetery in Coosa County, Alabama.4 
ResearcherNovember 2007 Robert C. Johnston is a researcher of this line. See footnote for his contact info.5 
Research note*9 July 2012 From Thomas Kimbrough "Kim" Keller:

I have a copy of the Records of the Church at Williams Creek, in Warren County, GA., where it states that Walter and Argin were given letters of dismissal as noted in the record of February 18, 1815.

In the records of Long Creek Baptist church…Newmans, Culpeppers are noted…with Argin listed as a female member…the list valid through December 1815.

Also have a few pages later that Argin was received in the church…in the 19th June 1819 church conference, having presented a letter transferring from Bethlehem church in Washington County, GA.

I know of no real death date of Walter…perhaps conclude that he probably died in Washington County given that Argin transferred her membership from Bethlehem church in Washington County.

The records of Washington County were destroyed…with nothing of that era in existence….such as possible probate records.

I am trying to get into the Sons of the American Revolution using Samuel Newman, Jr., Walter’s father, as my patriot. Am unable to prove that my Larkin Newman is the son of Walter Newman and Argentine Culpepper.

In the 1850 Census of Coosa County, Alabama…Argent is in the family of Sarah Newman Hill, her daughter (Larkin’s sister), and husband Mountain Hill…but the problem is that Argin is shown as a male, farmer, age 72. That fits the age for Argent, the mother of Sarah and Larkin…I believe the census records have been mis-interpreted either by a copier of the original transcription, or the census taker….anyway…

…my line is from Larkin Newman, to his son William I. Newman, to my maternal grandmother, Bertie Newman….all of Coosa County, AL.

Bertie Newman married James Robert Kimbrough.6 
Researcher*9 July 2012 Thomas Kimbrough “Kim” Keller, of Huntsville, AL, is a researcher of this line. See his e-mail address in the footnote.6 

Family

Walter Newman (circa 1770 - circa 1819)
Child
Last Edited9 July 2012

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Argent Culpepper and Walter Newman on 16 Dec 1794 in Warren Co., GA.
  2. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  3. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Hatchet Creek, Coosa, Alabama; Roll: M432_4; Page: 94A; Image: 198.

    Name:     Argin Newman
    Age:     72
    Birth Year:     abt 1778
    Birthplace:     North Carolina
    Home in 1850:     Hatchet Creek, Coosa, Alabama
    Gender:     Male (sic)
    Family Number:     106
    Household Members:     
    Name     Age
    Mountain Hill     49
    Sarah Hill      41
    John May      20
    Harrietta Newman     16
    Joseph Newman     8
    Argin Newman     22.
  4. E-mail written 2008-2010 to Culpepper Connections from Kenneth L. Newman, Carrollton, GA, e-mail address.
  5. E-mail written Dec 2004 to Warren Culpepper from Robert C. Johnston Jr., 139 Eagle Creek Drive, Wetumpka, AL 36092, e-mail address.
  6. E-mail written 9 Jul 2012 to Lew Griffin from Thomas Kimbrough Keller, Huntsville, AL, e-mail address.

Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA

M, (20 March 1783 - 9 February 1849)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA is believed to have no living male descendants with the Culpepper surname. If you know otherwise, please contact Lew Griffin using the link at the bottom of this page. 
Birth*20 March 1783 Daniel was born at Anson Co., North Carolina, on 20 March 1783. 
Land Lottery1805 Daniel participated in but did not win the land lottery in 1805 at Warren Co., Georgia.1 
Marriage*24 September 1805 He married Jemima Wright at Warren Co., Georgia, on 24 September 1805 at age 22.2 
Land Lottery*1807 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1807 at Warren Co., Georgia,
Lot 126-19 in Baldwin Co., GA. 
Deed*25 January 1808 He granted a deed on 25 January 1808 at Warren Co., Georgia,

Daniel Culpepper, Jr., of Warren Co., GA to John C. Patrick of Randolph Co., GA, 202.5 acres, District 19, Lot 126 on Shoal Creek, Jasper Co., GA. Wit. Wm Barnett, Jas. Wood, Clayburn Maddox. Recorded 4 Oct 1809 in Randolph Co., GA, Book 1, pages 469-470. 
War of 1812*between 1813 and 1814 He served in the War of 1812 between 1813 and 1814
(Georgia Militia 2nd Regiment (Jenkin's.)3
Deed*11 October 1818 He was granted a deed by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA on 11 October 1818 at Jones Co., Georgia,

Daniel Culpepper, Sr., of Warren Co., GA to Daniel Culpepper, Jr., of Jones Co., for $600: 101.25 acres where Daniel Jr. now lives on Walnut Creek as drawn by Daniel Sr., half of Lot #22 in District 11. Wit: Rebecca, Susan D. and John Lewis.4 
(Deed Witness) Deed25 November 1818 He witnessed a deed grant by Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA on 25 November 1818 at Jones Co., Georgia,

Robert Culpepper to Betsey Jones for $1,500, half of Lot #22 in District 11 on Walnut Creek where Robert Culpepper now lives. Wit: Daniel Culpepper, John Jones, Adam Carson, J.P.5 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.6 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 He was enumerated in the US Census of on 7 August 1820 at Jones Co., Georgia.7 
Occupation*between 1825 and 1827 He was Justice of the Peace and also served on a Grand Jury between 1825 and 1827 at Crawford Co., Georgia
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Crawford Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for are a Male and Female, each 20-30, and a Female 0-5..8 
1840 Census*1 June 1840 Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Crawford Co., Georgia.9 
Will*August 1845 He made a will at Crawford Co., Georgia, in August 1845. 
Death*9 February 1849 He died at Crawford Co., Georgia, on 9 February 1849 at age 65. 
Burial*after 9 February 1849 His body was interred after 9 February 1849 at Salem Church Cemetery, Crawford Co., Georgia
Probate1850 28 Jan 1850 - 13 Jan 1851: Various proceedings connected with Lewis F. Hicks being appointed and serving as Administrator of Daniel Culpepper's estate. Hicks was appointed to replace Jemima Culpepper, deceased, who was the original Executor named in the Will (Inferior Court Minutes, pages 13-48.) 

Family

Jemima Wright (6 August 1789 - 15 October 1849)
Child
Last Edited11 July 2011

Citations

  1. Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Greenwood Press, Cambridge, 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2WY 1805.
    page 81.
  2. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Daniel Culpepper and Jemima Wright on 24 Sep 1805 in Warren Co., GA.
  3. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1999.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4281
  4. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book G, Page 299.
  5. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book L, Page 91.
  6. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  7. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 128, Jones Co., GA
    Daniel Culpepper, 1M10-16, 1M26-45, 1F26-45.
  8. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 394, Crawford Co., GA
    Daniel Culpepper, 1 M20-30, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F20-30, 1 F40-50.
  9. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 365, Unk Twp, Crawford Co., GA
    Daniel Culpepper, 1 M50-60, 1 F50-60.

Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA

M, (circa 1784 - before 1 June 1830)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
DNA* Robert has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (born c1727), a son of Robert Culpepper, Jr., who is a grandson of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, VA. 
Birth*circa 1784 Robert was born at Anson Co., North Carolina, circa 1784. 
Land Lottery1807 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1807 at Warren Co., Georgia,
Lot 71-14 in Baldwin Co., GA. 
DeedJanuary 1807 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA and William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA in January 1807 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1807, Henry Hight sold 182.5 acres on Hart's Creek to Robert Culpepper, with Daniel Culpepper, William Harriss, and William Culpepper as witnesses.1 
Marriage*8 February 1807 He married Pheriba Wright at Warren Co., Georgia, on 8 February 1807.2 
DeedJanuary 1808 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA and William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA in January 1808 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In January 1808, Noah Butt sold another 37 acres on Hart's Creek to Robert Culpepper, with Daniel and William Culpepper as witnesses. 
DeedOctober 1809 He granted a deed, witnessed by William Culpepper Jr., of Jones Co., GA and Benjamin Culpepper in October 1809 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In October 1809, Daniel bought two tracts of land from his son Robert, 37 acres on Hart's Creek, and another 91 acres in an unspecified location. Witnesses were Moriah Mercer, Benjamin Culpepper, and William Culpepper.3 
Deed*7 October 1818 He was granted a deed by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA on 7 October 1818 at Jones Co., Georgia,

Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA to Robert Culpepper of Jones Co., for $600: 101.25 acres on Walnut Creek where Robert Culpepper now lives, half of Lot #22 in District 11.4 
Deed*25 November 1818 He granted a deed, witnessed by Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA on 25 November 1818 at Jones Co., Georgia,

Robert Culpepper to Betsey Jones for $1,500, half of Lot #22 in District 11 on Walnut Creek where Robert Culpepper now lives. Wit: Daniel Culpepper, John Jones, Adam Carson, J.P.5 
Deed8 January 1819 He was granted a deed on 8 January 1819 at Columbia Co., Georgia,

John Watson of Columbia Co., GA to Robert Culpepper, of Columbia Co., GA, for $800: 297 acres on Sweet Water Creek in Columbia Co., GA. Witnessed by William Reeves and Andrew McDonald, J.P.6 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.7 
Marriage*circa 1819 He married Jane (?) at Georgia circa 1819. 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Robert was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Columbia Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for are a Male 0-10 and a Female 16-26..8 
Letter at PO*1 January 1829 He had a letter at the Post Office on 1 January 1829 at Warrenton, Warren Co., Georgia
Death*before 1 June 1830 He died before 1 June 1830.9,10 
Land Lottery*1832 The orphans of Robert Culpepper were fortunate drawers in (1) the Georgia Gold Lottery for lot 587/3/3 in what became either Paulding or Cobb Co., GA, and (2) the Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery for lot 66/8/4 in what became Murray Co., GA. in 1832 at Columbia Co., Georgia.11,12 
Probate*4 April 1833 Probate action was taken on Robert's estate, with George Washington Culpepper as administrator on 4 April 1833 at Columbia Co., Georgia,

George W. Culpepper and Stephen Drane post $500 bond for George W. Culpepper to be administrator of Robert’s estate.13 
Probate30 April 1834  At Columbia Co., Georgia, on 30 April 1834. Robert Culpepper's estate was appraised for $1,697.43 by Isaac Watson, Lanny Langston Sr., and John Langston. Joseph Burnsides testified to the completeness of the inventory..14 
Probate*between 1837 and 1838 A series of adminstrative actions concerning the settlement of Robert Culpepper's estate:
     29 Mar 1837: Gabriel Jones, Adm., estate of late Robert Culpepper, sells at auction to William Stanford, 181.5 acres on Sweetwater Creek for $176.50.
     25 May 1837: Isaac Watson (guardian for the boys) appoints George Gunby as attorney to recover from Gabriel Jones, Adm. of Robert Culpepper estate, all the interest of George and Stephen Culpepper in said estate.
     26 May 1837: George Gunby receives from Gabiel Jones $319.85 for Stephen and $215.58 for George ($104.37 for George previously recovered)
     14 Jun 1837: Jane Culpepper appoints George Gunby to recover her share of Robert's estate, as well as the share of Nathaniel Culpepper which had been assigned to her.
     14 Jun 1937: Jane Culpepper signs receipt for share in full; $66.76 toegether with $137.95 already recovered, plus $100.00 previously paid in cash, and a judgement against the estate of $300.00 plus $35.00 in interest, making a total of $639.71.
     10 Oct 1837: Receipt in full for distributive share of Rebecca and Martha in estate of Robert, $539.71 for the two girls, signed by John Maddocks, guardian.
     29 Jan 1838: Letter from John W. Maddock, agent for Issac Watson to Gabriel Jones, adm. for Robert's estate: "Mr. Jones: If thar is any more coming from the estate of Culpepper to be divided among the heirs, as I come in for shares to shears, you will pay it over to Mr. J. W. Maddock, and he will receipt for same. Dec 25, 1837." s/ Isaac Watson, by Mr. Maddock.
     5 Jun 1838: Receipt. John Langston, guardian for Cassandra Culpepper to Gabriel Jones, adm. estate of Robert Culpepper, $294.81, share in full.15
 
Guardian*4 September 1837 Following the death of Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, the court declared Rebecca Culpepper and Martha Ann Culpepper to be orphaned, on 4 September 1837 at Columbia Co., Georgia,

     John W. Maddock is appointed guardian of Rebecca Culpepper and Martha Culpepper, minors and orphan daughters of Robert Culpepper. $1,250 bond posted by John W. Maddock, Isaiah W. Maddock and Robert M. Gunby.16 
Guardian1 January 1838 Following the death of Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, the court declared Sarah Ann Culpepper and William Walker Culpepper to be orphaned, on 1 January 1838 at Columbia Co., Georgia,

     John W. Maddock is appointed guardian of Sarah Ann Culpepper and William W. Culpepper, minors and orphan children of Robert Culpepper. $1,250 bond posted by John W. Maddock, Isaiah W. Maddock and Robert M. Gunby.16 
Guardian28 May 1838 Following the death of Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA, the court declared Cassandra Culpepper to be orphaned, on 28 May 1838 at Columbia Co., Georgia,

     John Langston is appointed guardian of Cassandra Culpepper, minor and orphan daughter of Robert Culpepper. $600 bond posted by John Langston, Stephen Drane and William Bell.17 
Research note* Robert Culpepper apparently died before 1830 as his wife Jane appears as family head in the 1830 census, and his orphans were winners in the 1832 Georgia Gold Lottery. Since the 1840 and 1850 censuses show children in Jane's household who were born after 1830 (Mary Ann, Julia Ann, and David P.), it is not clear who their parents are. It is possible that Jane was the mother and the father was someone to whom she was not married. Or, these may be orphan children from another Culpepper family. Since the 1850 census does not state relationships, other records are needed to solve this mystery.
     If you can help shed light on this, please contact Warren Culpepper.18 

Family 1

Pheriba Wright (circa 1788 - say 1815)
Children

Family 2

Jane (?) (circa 1799 - )
Children
Last Edited28 July 2011

Citations

  1. Warren Co. Deed Bk. B, p. 592-3.
  2. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Robert Culpepper and Pharabea Wright on 8 Feb 1807 in Warren Co., GA.
  3. Warren Co. Deed Bk. D, p. 29-30.
  4. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book G, Page 300.
  5. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Jones Co., GA Deed Records and Mortgages, 1807-1827, Salt Lake City, UT: Jones County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 470,012 - 470,017.
    Book L, Page 91.
  6. Recorded 16 Mar 1819 in Columbia Co., GA Deeds, Book W, page 136.
  7. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  8. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 038, District 9, Columbia Co., GA
    Robert Culpepper, 3 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 2 F16-26.
  9. Rev. S. Emmett Lucas Jr., The 1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1988, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
    Harris District, Dist. # 3, Section 3, Lot 587
    Current residence: Columbia Co., GA 
    Robert Culpepper orphans.
  10. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 354, District 9, Columbia Co., GA
    Jane Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 2 M15-20, 1 F0-5, 2 F5-10, 1 F10-15, 1 F30-40.
  11. Rev. S. Emmett Lucas Jr., The 1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1988, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
    Robert Culpepper orphans, Harris District, Columbia Co., GA, drew lot 587/3/3 in what became either Paulding or Cobb Co., GA, 1832.
  12. James F. Smith, compiler, Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2000.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4242
    Robert Culpepper Orphans, Harris District, Columbia Co., GA, drew lot 66/8/4 in what became Murray Co., GA, 1832.
  13. Columbia Co., GA, Administrators Bonds, Book E-23.
  14. Columbia Co., GA, Inventories and Appraisements Book Y-146.
  15. Mrs. F. F. Baker, compiler, Columbia Co., GA Early Court Records, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8635 P2b.
    Pages 21, 68, 131, 133, 135.
  16. Columbia Co., GA, Guardians’ Bonds Book (1821-1851) page 253.
  17. Columbia Co., GA, Guardians’ Bonds Book (1821-1851) page 262.
  18. Warren L. Culpepper (#1942), Former publisher of Culpepper Connections, e-mail address.

Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA

M, (circa 1786 - after 1840)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA is believed to have no living male descendants with the Culpepper surname. If you know otherwise, please contact Lew Griffin using the link at the bottom of this page. 
Birth*circa 1786 Dickinson was born circa 1786. 
Land Lottery1805 Dickinson participated in but did not win the land lottery in 1805 at Warren Co., Georgia.1 
(Witness) Will22 August 1806 He witnessed the signing of a will of William Culpepper of Warren Co. GA on 22 August 1806 at Warren Co., Georgia.2 
Land Lottery1807 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1807 at Warren Co., Georgia,
Lot 22-25 in Wilkinson Co., GA. 
Marriage*10 April 1808 He married Frances Wynn at Warren Co., Georgia, on 10 April 1808.3 
War of 1812*between 1813 and 1814 He served in the War of 1812 between 1813 and 1814
(Georgia Militia 3rd Regiment (Few's.)4
Tax roll*1818 Dickinson registered to pay taxes. 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.5 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Dickinson was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for is a Female 0-10..6 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Dickinson was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for is a Female 10-15..7 
Land Lottery*1832 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1832 at Warren Co., Georgia,
lot 235/11/1 in what became either Lumpkin or Gilmer Co., GA.8 
1840 Census*1 June 1840 Dickinson was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Warren Co., Georgia.
(The census shows 2 males 20-30, but only one is known (Larkin). The other who might be assigned this slot is Jesse, but he was married and with several small children by 1840. There are also several individuals shown in this family tree (as of 12 May 2003) as children of Dickinson and Jane but who do not have an available slot in this census: William G., Trusannah, John Henry and Ella. All four of these appear in the 1850 census in Jane's HH.)9 
Death*after 1840 He died at Warren Co., Georgia, after 1840. 
Biography* Little is known about Dickinson Culpepper. In February 1809 he bought 100 acres on Hearts Creek from his brother Robert, with his father Daniel Culpepper and his brother William Culpepper as witnesses (Warren Co GA Deed Bk D-28).

No will or estate records for him have been found as yet, so the names of his children are based on circumstantial evidence and on the process of elimination. Perhaps his wife, who outlived him by a number of years, left an estate in Warren County. Since Dickinson's first name is also a last name, perhaps his mother or one of his grandmothers was a Dickinson by birth. None of his known sons or grandsons were named Dickinson, so the name apparently was not carried forward in the Culpepper family. No other Dickinson Culpepper has been found in census records from 1820 forward. 
Research note*31 May 2004 Estate records for Dickinson, if they could be found, might help establish the names of his children.

Tax records in Warren Co. GA might also be checked. 1849 and 1850 appear to the be earliest extant after 1840 (LDS Film 159189)

Your help with this person will be appreciated. Contact Lew Griffin (see footnote for details).10 

Family

Frances Wynn (circa 1791 - after 1 June 1850)
Children
Last Edited2 July 2011

Citations

  1. Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Greenwood Press, Cambridge, 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2WY 1805.
    page 81.
  2. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Sept 1946, page 507.
  3. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Dickinson Culpepper and Franky Wynne on 10 Apr 1808 in Warren Co., GA.
  4. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1999.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4281
  5. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  6. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 293, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Dickinson Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26.
  7. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 193, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Dickerson Culpepper, 1 M5-10, 1 M10-15, 1 M15-20, 1 M20-30, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F10-15, 1F30-40.
  8. Rev. S. Emmett Lucas Jr., The 1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1988, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
    Dickerson Culpepper, Stewarts District, Warren Co., GA, drew lot 235/11/1 in what became either Lumpkin or Gilmer Co., GA, 1832.
  9. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 189, Warren Co., GA
    Dickerson Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 2 M20-30, 1 M50-60, 1 F10-15, 1 F15-20, 1F30-40.
  10. Lewis W. Griffin Jr. (#47), e-mail address.

William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA

M, (circa 1788 - 1827)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
DNA* William has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (born c1727), a son of Robert Culpepper, Jr., who is a grandson of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, VA. 
Birth*circa 1788 William was born at Wilkes Co., Georgia, circa 1788. 
Land Lottery1805 William participated in but did not win the land lottery in 1805 at Warren Co., Georgia.1 
War of 1812*between 1813 and 1814 He served in the War of 1812 between 1813 and 1814
(Nathan and William Culpepper both reportedly served in the 12th Regiment of the Georgia Militia. However, this is not shown in the War of 1812 database at Ancestry.com, and the original source document is unknown. Thus, the authenticity of this claim is in question.) 
Marriage*5 June 1817 He married Mary Heath at Warren Co., Georgia, on 5 June 1817.2 
Tax roll*1818 William registered to pay taxes. 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.3 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.4 
Land Lottery1821 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1821 at Warren Co., Georgia,
lot 54-10 in Dooly Co., GA.5 
Death*1827 He died at Warren Co., Georgia, in 1827. 
Land Lottery*1832  The orphans of William Culpepper were fortunate drawers in (1) the 1832 Georgia Gold Lottery for lot 354/18/2 in what became Cobb Co., GA, and (2) the 1832 Cherokee Land Lottery for lot 71/22/3 in what became Cass (later Bartow) Co., GA. in 1832 at Warren Co., Georgia.6,7 
Biography* William served in the 12th Regiment of Georgia Militia during the War of 1812. He died in Warren County, GA in 1827. On November 5, 1827, Miles Pate applied for letters of administration on the estate of William Culpepper, late of said (Warren) County, deceased (Genealogical Abstracts from the GA Journal Newspaper, 1809-1840, Fred R. Hartz). And from the same source, we find in February 1828, "Richard Heeth, Sr. applies for letters of administration on the estate of William Culpepper, late of said county, deceased," and later "In Warren County, at the late residence of William Culpepper, deceased, will be sold on the 29th of March next, all the personal property of said deceased. (Signed) Richard Heeth, Sr. Administrator."

William's children are known from an 1832 Guardian's Bond in Warren County. It is found in the Court of Ordinary Minutes, Book 1817 - 1833, Page 165. David Mims was appointed guardian of the orphans of William Culpepper, who were Amanda, Daniel, Manuel, and William. Witness was Thomas Gibson, and bondsmen were Solomon Wilder and Ishmael Broom. It was both dated and recorded on 4 December 1832 in Warren County, GA. 

Family

Mary Heath (circa 1794 - )
Children
Last Edited2 October 2011

Citations

  1. Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, Greenwood Press, Cambridge, 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2WY 1805.
    page 81.
  2. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    William Culpepper and Mary Heath on 5 Jun 1817 in Warren Co., GA.
  3. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  4. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 267, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    William Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F26-45.
  5. Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., The Fourth or 1821 Land Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
  6. Rev. S. Emmett Lucas Jr., The 1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1988, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
    William Culpepper orphans, Lynns District, Warren Co., GA, drew lot 354/18/2 in what became Cobb Co., GA, 1832.
  7. James F. Smith, compiler, Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2000.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4242
    William Culpepper Orphans, Lynns District, Warren Co., GA, drew lot 71/22/3 in what became Cass (later Bartow) Co., GA, 1832.

Martha Culpepper

F, (circa 1790 - )
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
Birth*circa 1790 Martha was born at Wilkes Co., Georgia, circa 1790. 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.1 
(free wh female 26-45) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Martha was probably a free white female, age 26 and under 45, in Sarah (?)'s household, on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.2 
Biography*between 1827 and 1829 From The Records pf the Church at Williams Creek, Warren Co., GA
17 Feb 1827: Received a letter from Martha Culpepper desiring fellowship into the Church, the case referred to the next conference.
17 Mar 1827: The case of Martha Culpepper taken up and the clerk is ordered to write to her and inform her of what will be necessary to do before she can obtain fellowship.
14 Nov 1829: The acknowledgements of Sister Martha Culpepper (by letter) of her disordered state in separating herself from us and attaching herself to Tho's Rhodes and his party are satisfactory to the Church and she is restored to fellowship & on her application a letter of dismission is granted her.3
 
Last Edited30 August 2010

Citations

  1. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  2. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 265, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Sally Culpepper, 1 F26-45, 1 F45+.
  3. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    pages 105-106, 119-120.

Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA

M, (circa 1792 - circa 1842)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA is believed to have no living male descendants with the Culpepper surname. If you know otherwise, please contact Lew Griffin using the link at the bottom of this page. 
Birth*circa 1792 Joseph was born at Wilkes Co., Georgia, circa 1792. 
War of 1812*between 1813 and 1814 He served in the War of 1812 between 1813 and 1814
(Georgia Militia 3rd Regiment (Few's.)1
Marriage*25 December 1816 He married Rebecca Duckworth at Warren Co., Georgia, on 25 December 1816.2 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.3 
Land Lottery1820 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1820 at Warren Co., Georgia,
Blounts District (122 10), Irwin Co., GA.4 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Joseph was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for is a Male 0-10 who is probably a son born 1817-1819 and died before 1830 since he does not appear in the 1830 census..5 
Jury*12 August 1828 He served on a jury on 12 August 1828 at Warren Co., Georgia.6 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Joseph was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.7 
Land Lottery*1832 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1832 at Warren Co., Georgia,
lot 399/1/2 in what became Cobb Co., GA.8 
Event-Misc*13 May 1837 On 13 May 1837, the Church at Willaims Creek, Warren Co., GA, received Sucky (of color, belonging to Joseph Culpepper) by letter from Union Church dated February 1837. 
1840 Census*1 June 1840 Joseph was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Warren Co., Georgia.
(Otherwise unaccounted for are 1 Male 10-15, 1 Male 20-30 and 1 Male 30-40.)9 
Death*circa 1842 He died at Warren Co., Georgia, circa 1842. 

Family

Rebecca Duckworth (circa 1796 - )
Child
Last Edited18 October 2008

Citations

  1. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1999.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4281
  2. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Joseph Culpepper and Rebecca Duck on 25 Dec 1816 in Warren Co., GA.
  3. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  4. The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., 1820 Land Lottery of Georgia, Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2la.
    page 78.
  5. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 263, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Joseph Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26.
  6. Daniel Nathan Crumpton, compiler, Cemeteries and Genealogy: Waren County, Georgia and immediate vicinity, 1792-1987, Vol. I, Roswell, Georgia: WH Wolfe Associates, 1987, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8625 V3c v. 2.
    page 9.
  7. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 199, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA 
    Joseph Culpepper, 1 M30-40, 1 F10-15, 1 F20-30.
  8. Rev. S. Emmett Lucas Jr., The 1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1988, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
    Joseph Culpepper, Griers District, Warren Co., GA, drew lot 399/1/2 in what became Cobb Co., GA, 1832.
  9. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 181, Warren Co., GA
    Joseph Culpepper, 1 M10-15, 1 M20-30, 1 M30-40, 1 M40-50, 1 F20-30. 1 F40-50.
  10. Descendants of: William Ansley of Monmouth Co., NJ
    Found on 12 May 2004 at: http://webpages.charter.net/bansley/ANS3.htm, published by: e-mail address
    "Rebecca Duckworth, b. abt 1799, d. Unknown date, m. 25 Dec 1816, Joseph Culpepper. They had a daughter, Josephine Culpepper, b. 19 Oct 1825, d. 07 Jun 1859, m. 26 Nov 1840 Seaborn Ivey, b. 28 Nov 1808, d. 10 Dec 1881."

Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA

M, (7 May 1793 - 14 August 1838)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
DNA* Mariner has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (born c1727), a son of Robert Culpepper, Jr., who is a grandson of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, VA. 
Birth*7 May 1793 Mariner was born at Warren Co., Georgia, on 7 May 1793.1 
Occupation*between 1813 and 1817 He was Justice of the Peace, 156th District between 1813 and 1817 at Warren Co., Georgia
Marriage*6 September 1817 He married Jane Grier McCrary at Warren Co., Georgia, on 6 September 1817 at age 24.2,1 
Tax roll*1818 Mariner registered to pay taxes. 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.3 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Mariner was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. There is a Male 10-16 in the census who is otherwise unaccounted for..4 
Land Lottery*1821 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1821 at Warren Co., Georgia,
lot 15-11 in Houston Co., GA.5 
Deed*October 1822 He was granted a deed in October 1822 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Andrew Stewart of Warren Co. to Mariner Culpepper of Warren Co., for $539: 202.5 acres in Lot 257 in District 13. Wit: D. Dennis.6 
Letter at PO*1 April 1824 He had a letter at the Post Office on 1 April 1824 at Clinton, Jones Co., Georgia.7 
(Deed Witness) Deed25 June 1827 He witnessed a deed grant to Benjamin Culpepper on 25 June 1827 at Talbot Co., Georgia,

Zeptha Newman of Jones County to Benjamin Culpepper of Warren County for $100, S 1/2 of lot 121 in 22nd District of Muscogee, 101 1/4 acres. Wit: Uriah Jones, Joel Culpepper, M. Culpepper, J.P. (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book A, page 235.) 
DeedAugust 1827 He was granted a deed in August 1827 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Jacob Womack to Mariner Culpepper for $350, west part of Lot 227 and part of Lot 228 in District 5. Wit: Richd. Jolley, Isaac McCreary.8 
DeedMarch 1828 He was granted a deed in March 1828 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Wm. Failes to Mariner Culpepper for $25: 8.25 acres, part of Lot 227 in Distrcit 5. Wit: Matthew McCrary, Isaac McCrary.9 
DeedJanuary 1830 He granted a deed in January 1830 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Mariner Culpepper to Thomas L. Pope for $360, east half of Lot 288 in District 13.10 
DeedJanuary 1830 He was granted a deed in January 1830 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Thomas & Charese Evans, executors of estate of Henry Pope, dec'd, to Mariner Culpepper, for $720: Lot 288 in District 13. Wit: Wm. Wright, Wiley H. Pope.11 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Mariner was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Monroe Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for are a Male and Female, each 20-30..12 
DeedNovember 1830 He granted a deed in November 1830 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Mariner Culpepper to Anderson Redding of Baldwin Co. for $600: 128 acres, west part of Lot 228 in District 5. Wit: Samuel Huey.13 
DeedFebruary 1832 He was granted a deed in February 1832 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Joseph Jolly to Mariner Culpepper for $380: Lot 209 and part of 208. Wit: Allen Peary, John T. B. Turner, J.P.14 
DeedAugust 1835 He was granted a deed in August 1835 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Eli B. Browning to Mariner Culpepper for $3,000: Lot 258 in District 13, 202.5 acres; plus the east half of Lot 253, 101.25 acres. Wit: Thomas L. Pope.15 
DeedDecember 1836 He granted a deed in December 1836 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

Mariner Culpepper to Elizabeth Browning for $400: 50 acres in the south end of Lot 208 in District 5. Wit: Reddick H. Jackson, John James, Chamblin Saunders.16 
Death*14 August 1838 He died at Monroe Co., Georgia, on 14 August 1838 at age 45.1,17 
Obituary*27 August 1838 Died... At his residence in Monroe County, on the 14th inst., Mariner Culpepper, Esq., in the forty sixth year of his age. In the death of Mr. Culpepper, the county and state has lost one of its most worthy citizens, and his family sustained an irreparable loss. The deceased was much esteemed by his neighbors and acquaintenances generally; and having provided beautifully for his family, was ever ready to help the needy. He was a lover of the Gospel, and liberal in its support. Although the deceased had not united in public profession with any church, his sentiments were with the regular Baptists, and had for several years professed to have a hope in the Lord. This hope continued firm and bright to the last. When asked by a firend in regard to this hope, he replied, "it is in Christ," and then fell asleep in Jesus.17 
Guardian*11 December 1838 Following the death of Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA, the court declared Daniel Clark Culpepper, Benjamin Franklin Drayton Culpepper, Mariner Jackson Culpepper, Lucinda Council Culpepper, Frances Edna Culpepper and James Monroe Culpepper to be orphaned, and Jane Grier McCrary was appointed as guardian on 11 December 1838 at Monroe Co., Georgia.18 
Probate*January 1844 A probate action was taken on his estate in January 1844 at Monroe Co., Georgia,

J. T. Jackson & Jane G. Culpepper, adm & admx of estate of Mariner Culpepper, dec'd, to Henry W. Walton for $801: Lot 209 in District 5. Wit: John Reading, Robt Bowman, J.P.16 
ProbateApril 1845 Probate action was taken on Mariner's estate, with Jane Grier Culpepper and Jordan T. Jackson as administrator in April 1845

J. T. Jackson & Jane G. Culpepper, adm & admx of estate of Mariner Culpepper, dec'd, to Wm. Jamison for $5,106: Lots 258, 253, 287 and 288 in District 13.19 
Family Bible* Mariner Culpepper Family Bible

An abstract by Warren Culpepper of photocopies of bible pages in the files of Culpepper Connections! Original source unknown. Names are spelled as found on the original pages. However, for ease of readability, dates have been put into a consistent format and superfluous words eliminated. Numbers in parentheses are the person's number in this family tree.

Births
Mariner Culpepper, 7 May 1793 (#4882)
Jane McCrary, now Jane Culpepper, 16 Jul 1798 (#4890)

All of the following were identified as children of M. & J. Culpepper
Bartley Anderson Culpepper, son, 5 Aug 1818 (#4917)
Pallitine Caroline Culpepper, daughter, 22 May 1820 (#4918)
Comfort Amanda Culpepper, daughter, 26 Dec 1822 (#4919)
Daniel Clark Culpepper, son, 21 May 1825 (#4920)
Benjamin Franklin Drayton Culpepper, son, 13 Jul 1828 (#4921)
Mariner Jackson Culpepper, son, 11 Feb 1830 (#4922)
Lucinda Council Culpepper, daughter, 1 Apr 1832 (#4923)
Frances Edna Culpepper, daughter, 2 Jun 1834 (#4924)
James Monroe Culpepper, son, 28 Aug 1838 (#4914)


In a different handwriting, below the above entry is:
J.M.C. died July 1, 1901

Marriages
Mariner Culpepper and Jane McCrary, 13 Sep 1817 (#4882)
Amanda Culpepper and J. T. Jackson, 9 Nov 1838 (#4919)

Deaths (Original style: Name "departed this life" Date)
Bartley Anderson Culpepper, 13 Nov 1821 (#4917)
Pallitine Caroline Culpepper, 22 Nov 1821 (#4918)
Mariner Culpepper, 14 Aug 1838 (#4882)
Benjamin Franklin Drayton Culpepper, 21 Oct 1839 "in the 12th year of his age" (#4921)

All of the preceding entries of births, marriages and deaths appear to be in the same handwriting. A second person made the following entries, which are the only ones not in chronological order.

Jane G. Culpepper, formerly Jane G. McCrary, 9 May 1874 (#4890)
Amanda C. Jackson, formerly Amanda C. Culpepper, 18 Nov 1868 (#4919)
Daniel C. Culpepper, 1862 (#4920)
Mariner J. Culpepper, 15 Aug 1872 (#4922.)
 

Family

Jane Grier McCrary (16 July 1798 - 9 May 1874)
Children
Last Edited27 June 2012

Citations

  1. , Mariner Culpepper Family Bible: Abstracted by Warren Culpepper from photocopies of bible pages in the files of Culpepper Connections, Original source and current owner unknown, owner.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/monroe.htm#Mariner
  2. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Mariner Culpepper and Jinny McCrary on 6 Sep 1817 in Warren Co., GA.
  3. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  4. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 293, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Mariner Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1F 0-10, 1 F16-26.
  5. Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., The Fourth or 1821 Land Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
  6. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book D, Page 32.
  7. Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz, compiler, Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal, Vol. 3, 1824-1828, Vidalia, GA: , 1994.
    Christopher Culpepper, 1 Jan 1824
    Marriner Culpepper, 1 Apr 1824.
  8. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book G, Page 82.
  9. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book G, Page 83.
  10. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book H, Page 36.
  11. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book F, Page 293.
  12. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 173, Unk Twp, Monroe Co., GA
    Mariner Culpepper, 2 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M20-30, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 1 F30-40, 1 F70-80.
  13. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book G, Page 123.
  14. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book G, Page 192.
  15. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book J, Page 2.
  16. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
  17. The Macon Telegraph, Macon, GA.
    http://www.macon.com
    Obituary of Mariner Culpepper (#4882), published 27 Aug 1838.
  18. Monroe County Court of the Ordinary Annual Returns, Book D, 1836-1840.
  19. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book L, Page 496.

Benjamin Culpepper

M, (circa 1796 - 1836)
FatherDaniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (c 1750 - 4 Aug 1819)
MotherSarah (?) (c 1757 - a 1830)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Benjamin Culpepper is believed to have no living male descendants with the Culpepper surname. If you know otherwise, please contact Lew Griffin using the link at the bottom of this page. 
Birth*circa 1796 Benjamin was born at Warren Co., Georgia, circa 1796. 
(Deed Witness) DeedOctober 1809 He witnessed a deed grant by Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA and Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA in October 1809 at Warren Co., Georgia,

In October 1809, Daniel bought two tracts of land from his son Robert, 37 acres on Hart's Creek, and another 91 acres in an unspecified location. Witnesses were Moriah Mercer, Benjamin Culpepper, and William Culpepper.1 
War of 1812*between 1813 and 1814 He served in the War of 1812 between 1813 and 1814
(Georgia Militia 3rd Regiment (Few's.)2
Marriage*say 1816 He married (?) McCrary say 1816. Benjamin Culpepper who married Martha McCrary on 20 Sep 1819 in Warren Co. Ga. may have been previously been married to a daughter of Isaac McCrary [another son of John McCrary Sr.] Temporary Ltrs. of Administration of his estate were issued in Baldwin Co. Ga on 3 Feb 1817 . Isaac had died intestate and on May 8 1820 there were 12 legatees that each received $1060.02 1/2 -- 11 of the legatees had the last name of McCrary and the 12th one was Benjamin Culpepper. Benjamin must have been married to a daughter of Isaac's at the time of his death in 1817 but since he also married to Martha McCrary of Warren Co. in 1819, she must have died before then . It would seem to me that unless there had been a child born to Isaac's dau. for whom Benjamin would become the legal guardian that he would not have been given anything because by the time of the distribution he had married Martha. It sticks in my mind that somewhere in the Talbot Co. Court records there is mention of a minor son of Benjamin Culpepper and perhaps he would be the 'unaccounted for' male age 5-10 in the 1830 Census in your record for Benjamin.3 
Tax roll*1818 Benjamin registered to pay taxes. 
(Heir) Will3 April 1819 Sarah, William, Daniel, Robert, Joseph, Dickinson, Benjamin, Mariner, Martha and Argent named as heir(s) in the will of Daniel Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1819.4 
Marriage*20 September 1819 He married Martha McCrary at Warren Co., Georgia, on 20 September 1819.5 
Land Lottery*1820 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1820 at Warren Co., Georgia,
Blounts District (116 2), Early Co., GA.6 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Benjamin was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.7 
Deed*25 June 1827 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA and Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA on 25 June 1827 at Talbot Co., Georgia,

Zeptha Newman of Jones County to Benjamin Culpepper of Warren County for $100, S 1/2 of lot 121 in 22nd District of Muscogee, 101 1/4 acres. Wit: Uriah Jones, Joel Culpepper, M. Culpepper, J.P. (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book A, page 235.) 
Deed2 August 1827 He was granted a deed on 2 August 1827 at Talbot Co., Georgia,

Zeptha Newman of Jones County to Benjamin Culpepper of Warren County for $150, N 1/2 of lot 121 in 22nd District of Muscogee, 101 1/4 acres. Wit: Walter K. Knight. (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book A, page 236.) 
(Juror) Jury12 August 1828 He served on a jury on 12 August 1828 at Warren Co., Georgia.8 
Letter at PO*1 October 1828 He had a letter at the Post Office on 1 October 1828 at Warrenton, Warren Co., Georgia
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Benjamin was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for is a Male 5-10..9 
Land Lottery1832 He had a fortunate draw in the land lottery in 1832 at Talbot Co., Georgia,
lot 628/11/1 in what became either Gilmer or Union Co., GA, and lot 48/10/4 in what became Murray Co., GA.10,11 
Deed19 January 1832 He granted a deed on 19 January 1832 at Talbot Co., Georgia,

Benjamin Culpepper to Elias Beall for $600, Lot 121 in 22nd District of Muscogee, now Talbot, 202 1/2 acres. Wit: Peter F. Malone, Cr. R. Wynn, J.P. (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book B, page 313.) 
Marriage*6 December 1833 He married Serena Cochran at Talbot Co., Georgia, on 6 December 1833.12 
DeedJanuary 1836 He granted a deed in January 1836 at Talbot Co., Georgia,

Benjamin Culpepper Promissory note to Zacahriah Booth, 4 Negroes: David 28 yrs and his wife, age 19 and boy children Austin 2 (doesn't mention another name or age). Wit: John T. Sims, C.R. Wynn, JP. Recorded 4 Feb 1836 - Frederick A. Bailey, Ck. (Talbot Co., GA Deed Book C, page 618.) 
Death*1836 He died at Talbot Co., Georgia, in 1836. 

Family 1

(?) McCrary (say 1796 - )

Family 2

Martha McCrary (circa 1800 - before 1833)
Children

Family 3

Serena Cochran (circa 1802 - )
Last Edited18 October 2008

Citations

  1. Warren Co. Deed Bk. D, p. 29-30.
  2. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1999.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4281
  3. E-mail written May 2006 to Warren L. Culpepper from Ann McCrary, e-mail address.
  4. Century of Wills, Warren Co., GA, 1790-1890, Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneer Publications, 19??.
    Page 16. Abstract of will for Daniel Culpepper, s/ 3 Apr 1819, p/ 13 Sep 1819
    (Warren Co. Will Book B, p. 54).
  5. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Benjamin Culpepper and Martha McCrary on 20 Sep 1819 in Warren Co., GA.
  6. The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr., 1820 Land Lottery of Georgia, Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1986, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2la.
    page 78.
  7. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 265, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Benjamin Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 1 F16-26.
  8. Daniel Nathan Crumpton, compiler, Cemeteries and Genealogy: Waren County, Georgia and immediate vicinity, 1792-1987, Vol. I, Roswell, Georgia: WH Wolfe Associates, 1987, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8625 V3c v. 2.
    page 9.
  9. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 199, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA 
    Benjamin Culpepper, 1 M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30.
  10. Rev. S. Emmett Lucas Jr., The 1832 Gold Lottery of Georgia, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1988, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8 R2lb.
    Benjamin Culpepper, Edwards District, Talbot Co., GA, drew lot 628/11/1 in what became either Gilmer or Union Co., GA, 1832.
  11. James F. Smith, compiler, Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2000.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.asp?dbid=4242
    Benjamin Culpepper, Soldier, Edwards District, Talbot Co., GA, drew lot 48/10/4 in what became Murray Co., GA, 1832.
  12. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Benjamin Culpeper and Serena Cockran on 6 Dec 1833 in Talbot Co., GA.

Walter Newman1

M, (circa 1770 - circa 1819)
FatherSamuel Newman Jr. (s 1737 - c 1795)
MotherEve Castleberry (s 1739 - )
Birth*circa 1770 Walter was born circa 1770. 
Marriage License14 December 1794 Walter applied for a marriage license to wed Argent Culpepper at Warren Co., Georgia, on 14 December 1794. 
Marriage*16 December 1794 He married Argent Culpepper at Warren Co., Georgia, on 16 December 1794.2 
Death*circa 1819 He died at Warren Co., Georgia, circa 1819.3 
Biography* Walter Newman received land by the will of his father. He appears in the records of Warren and Washington Counties. 
Researcher*November 2007 Robert C. Johnston is a researcher of this line. See footnote for his contact info.4 
Research note*9 July 2012 From Thomas Kimbrough "Kim" Keller:

I have a copy of the Records of the Church at Williams Creek, in Warren County, GA., where it states that Walter and Argin were given letters of dismissal as noted in the record of February 18, 1815.

In the records of Long Creek Baptist church…Newmans, Culpeppers are noted…with Argin listed as a female member…the list valid through December 1815.

Also have a few pages later that Argin was received in the church…in the 19th June 1819 church conference, having presented a letter transferring from Bethlehem church in Washington County, GA.

I know of no real death date of Walter…perhaps conclude that he probably died in Washington County given that Argin transferred her membership from Bethlehem church in Washington County.

The records of Washington County were destroyed…with nothing of that era in existence….such as possible probate records.

I am trying to get into the Sons of the American Revolution using Samuel Newman, Jr., Walter’s father, as my patriot. Am unable to prove that my Larkin Newman is the son of Walter Newman and Argentine Culpepper.

In the 1850 Census of Coosa County, Alabama…Argent is in the family of Sarah Newman Hill, her daughter (Larkin’s sister), and husband Mountain Hill…but the problem is that Argin is shown as a male, farmer, age 72. That fits the age for Argent, the mother of Sarah and Larkin…I believe the census records have been mis-interpreted either by a copier of the original transcription, or the census taker….anyway…

…my line is from Larkin Newman, to his son William I. Newman, to my maternal grandmother, Bertie Newman….all of Coosa County, AL.

Bertie Newman married James Robert Kimbrough.5 
Researcher*9 July 2012 Thomas Kimbrough “Kim” Keller, of Huntsville, AL, is a researcher of this line. See his e-mail address in the footnote.5 

Family

Argent Culpepper (circa 1778 - after 1 June 1850)
Child
Last Edited9 July 2012

Citations

  1. LDS Pedigree Resource File.
    CD 3.
  2. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Argent Culpepper and Walter Newman on 16 Dec 1794 in Warren Co., GA.
  3. E-mail written 2008-2010 to Culpepper Connections from Kenneth L. Newman, Carrollton, GA, e-mail address.
  4. E-mail written Dec 2004 to Warren Culpepper from Robert C. Johnston Jr., 139 Eagle Creek Drive, Wetumpka, AL 36092, e-mail address.
  5. E-mail written 9 Jul 2012 to Lew Griffin from Thomas Kimbrough Keller, Huntsville, AL, e-mail address.

Jemima Wright

F, (6 August 1789 - 15 October 1849)
Birth*6 August 1789 Jemima was born on 6 August 1789. 
Marriage*24 September 1805 She married Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 24 September 1805 at age 16.1 
Married Name24 September 1805  As of 24 September 1805, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 26-45) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Jemima was probably a free white female, age 26 and under 45, in an unknown person 's household, on the 1820 Census at Jones Co., Georgia.2 
(free wh female 40-50) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Jemima was probably a free white female, age 40 and under 50, in Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA's household, on the 1830 Census at Crawford Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for are a Male and Female, each 20-30, and a Female 0-5..3 
(free wh female 50-60) 1840 Census1 June 1840 Jemima was probably a free white female, age 50 and under 60, in Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA's household, on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Crawford Co., Georgia.4 
Death*15 October 1849 She died at Crawford Co., Georgia, on 15 October 1849 at age 60. 
Burial*circa 16 October 1849 Her body was interred circa 16 October 1849 at Salem Church Cemetery, Crawford Co., Georgia
(Executor) Probate1850 She served as an executor of Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA's estate in 1850 at Crawford Co., Georgia
Probate28 January 1850 28 Jan 1850: Elias S. Wright appointed Administrator and on 4 Mar 1850 granted leave to sell perishable property for Jemima Culpepper's estate (Inferior Court Minutes, pages 14 & 19.) 

Family

Daniel Culpepper Jr., of Crawford Co., GA (20 March 1783 - 9 February 1849)
Child
Last Edited25 May 2004

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Daniel Culpepper and Jemima Wright on 24 Sep 1805 in Warren Co., GA.
  2. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 128, Jones Co., GA
    Daniel Culpepper, 1M10-16, 1M26-45, 1F26-45.
  3. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 394, Crawford Co., GA
    Daniel Culpepper, 1 M20-30, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F20-30, 1 F40-50.
  4. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 365, Unk Twp, Crawford Co., GA
    Daniel Culpepper, 1 M50-60, 1 F50-60.

Pheriba Wright

F, (circa 1788 - say 1815)
Birth*circa 1788 Pheriba was born circa 1788. 
Marriage*8 February 1807 She married Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 8 February 1807.1 
Married Name8 February 1807  As of 8 February 1807, her married name was Culpepper. 
Death*say 1815 She died say 1815. 

Family

Robert Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (circa 1784 - before 1 June 1830)
Children
Last Edited12 May 2003

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Robert Culpepper and Pharabea Wright on 8 Feb 1807 in Warren Co., GA.

Frances Wynn

F, (circa 1791 - after 1 June 1850)
FatherRobert Wynn (c 1746 - 2 Dec 1811)
MotherElizabeth (?) (c 1750 - )
Name-Comm Her was commonly known as Franky.1 
Birth*circa 1791 Frances was born circa 1791. 
Marriage*10 April 1808 She married Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 10 April 1808.1 
Married Name10 April 1808  As of 10 April 1808, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 16-26) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Frances was probably a free white female, age 16 and under 26, in Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA's household, on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for is a Female 0-10..2 
(free wh female 30-40) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Frances was probably a free white female, age 30 and under 40, in Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA's household, on the 1830 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for is a Female 10-15..3 
(free wh female 30-40) 1840 Census1 June 1840 Frances was probably a free white female, age 30 and under 40, in Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA's household, on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Warren Co., Georgia.
(The census shows 2 males 20-30, but only one is known (Larkin). The other who might be assigned this slot is Jesse, but he was married and with several small children by 1840. There are also several individuals shown in this family tree (as of 12 May 2003) as children of Dickinson and Jane but who do not have an available slot in this census: William G., Trusannah, John Henry and Ella. All four of these appear in the 1850 census in Jane's HH.)4 
(Household member) 1850 Census1 June 1850 Frances and Frances listed as a household member living with Washington G. Reese on the 1850 Census on 1 June 1850 at Warren Co., Georgia.5 
Death*after 1 June 1850 She died at Warren Co., Georgia, after 1 June 1850. 

Family

Dickinson Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (circa 1786 - after 1840)
Children
Last Edited12 June 2004

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Dickinson Culpepper and Franky Wynne on 10 Apr 1808 in Warren Co., GA.
  2. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 293, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Dickinson Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26.
  3. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 193, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Dickerson Culpepper, 1 M5-10, 1 M10-15, 1 M15-20, 1 M20-30, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F10-15, 1F30-40.
  4. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 189, Warren Co., GA
    Dickerson Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 2 M20-30, 1 M50-60, 1 F10-15, 1 F15-20, 1F30-40.
  5. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 175A, Family 724, 90 Subdivision, Warren Co., GA
    Washington G. Reese, 38, M, GA, Mechanic, $250
    Frances A. (Culpepper) Reese, 24, F, GA
    + 3 Reese children +
    Frances Culpepper, 59, F, GA.

Mary Heath

F, (circa 1794 - )
Birth*circa 1794 Mary was born circa 1794. 
Marriage*5 June 1817 She married William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 5 June 1817.1 
Married Name5 June 1817  As of 5 June 1817, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 26-45) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Mary was probably a free white female, age 26 and under 45, in William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA's household, on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.2 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Mary was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.3 

Family

William Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (circa 1788 - 1827)
Children
Last Edited19 May 2003

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    William Culpepper and Mary Heath on 5 Jun 1817 in Warren Co., GA.
  2. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 267, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    William Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F26-45.
  3. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 198, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Mary Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1M5-10, 1 M10-15, 1 F10-15, 1 F40-50.

Rebecca Duckworth

F, (circa 1796 - )
FatherWilliam Duckworth (c 1774 - b 9 Dec 1808)
MotherRebecca Ainsley (c 1771 - c 1826)
Birth*circa 1796 Rebecca was born circa 1796. 
Church*19 October 1811 Rebecca joined at Williams Creek Baptist Church, Warren Co., Georgia, on 19 October 1811.1 
Marriage*25 December 1816 She married Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 25 December 1816.2 
Married Name25 December 1816  As of 25 December 1816, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 16-26) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Rebecca was probably a free white female, age 16 and under 26, in Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA's household, on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Otherwise unaccounted for is a Male 0-10 who is probably a son born 1817-1819 and died before 1830 since he does not appear in the 1830 census..3 
Church17 January 1829 On 17 Jan 1829, "Sister Rebecca Culpepper who was formerly a member of this Church, but separated herself from us by attaching herself with Tho's Rhodes and his party, came forward and made satisfactory acknowledgements for that error and is restored to the fellowship of the Church."4,5 
(free wh female 20-30) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Rebecca was probably a free white female, age 20 and under 30, in Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA's household, on the 1830 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.6 
(free wh female 40-50) 1840 Census1 June 1840 Rebecca was probably a free white female, age 40 and under 50, in Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA's household, on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Warren Co., Georgia.
(Otherwise unaccounted for are 1 Male 10-15, 1 Male 20-30 and 1 Male 30-40.)7 
Marriage9 May 1844 She married Kendall McTyeire at Warren Co., Georgia, on 9 May 1844.8 
Married Name9 May 1844  As of 9 May 1844, her married name was McTyeire. 
Biography* Scott Culpepper wrote on 23 Jul 2012 in regard to Michael Gray's biography of the blues musician, Blind Willie McTell, Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes.

"Apparently Kendall Mctyeire's son, Reddick, in 1860 fathers a son with a 14 year-old slave girl named Essey. The mulatto offspring is named Elbert, and will in time become Willie McTell's grandfather. This takes place in Warren County, Georgia, near Thomson.

The only Culpepper connection appears to be that in 1844 Kendall marries "a widow, a Mrs Rebecca Culpepper" after his first wife, Elizabeth (Reddick's mother) dies. We learn nothing more of Rebecca, other than that the marriage appears to improve the family finances.

I happen to be a blues fan, hence my reading this particular book. But really, this book is a story about the story; lots of local history, genealogical research, etc. Stumbling across the Culpepper reference was a surprise and a bonus, and that the author utilized your website, and credited you, speaks to the level of research, conducted even on so minor a character as Rebecca."9 

Family

Joseph Culpepper of Warren Co., GA (circa 1792 - circa 1842)
Child
Last Edited25 July 2012

Citations

  1. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Pages 50-51: 19 Oct 1811... Rec'd Rebekah Duckworth by experience (now Culpepper).
  2. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Joseph Culpepper and Rebecca Duck on 25 Dec 1816 in Warren Co., GA.
  3. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 263, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Joseph Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26.
  4. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    Page 114-115.
  5. J. Kenneth Brantley, The Records of the Church at Williams Creek (Warren Co., GA), Powder Springs, GA: Brantley Association, 1995/2002, Repository: Warren Culpepper's Personal Library.
    7 Sep 1839. "Names of Members returned to the Association for 1839" included Josephine Culpepper and Rebecca Culpepper (page 167).
    12 Sep 1840. "Names of Membership returned to the Association for 1840" included Josephine Culpepper and Rebecca Culpepper (page 176).
  6. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 199, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA 
    Joseph Culpepper, 1 M30-40, 1 F10-15, 1 F20-30.
  7. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 181, Warren Co., GA
    Joseph Culpepper, 1 M10-15, 1 M20-30, 1 M30-40, 1 M40-50, 1 F20-30. 1 F40-50.
  8. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Rebecca Culpepper and Kendall McTyeire on 9 May 1844 in Warren Co., GA.
  9. E-mail written 2002-2012 to Warren Culpepper from Walter Scott Culpepper (#62478), Bethlehem, PA, e-mail address (Jul 2012).
  10. Descendants of: William Ansley of Monmouth Co., NJ
    Found on 12 May 2004 at: http://webpages.charter.net/bansley/ANS3.htm, published by: e-mail address
    "Rebecca Duckworth, b. abt 1799, d. Unknown date, m. 25 Dec 1816, Joseph Culpepper. They had a daughter, Josephine Culpepper, b. 19 Oct 1825, d. 07 Jun 1859, m. 26 Nov 1840 Seaborn Ivey, b. 28 Nov 1808, d. 10 Dec 1881."

Jane Grier McCrary

F, (16 July 1798 - 9 May 1874)
FatherMatthew McCrary (c 1772 - c 1807)
MotherLeticia McCrary (c 1774 - c 1826)
Name Variation She was also known as Jane Grier McCreary.1 
Nickname  Jane Grier McCrary also went by the name of Jinny McCrary. 
Birth*16 July 1798 Jane was born on 16 July 1798.2 
Marriage*6 September 1817 She married Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA at Warren Co., Georgia, on 6 September 1817 at age 19.3,2 
Married Name6 September 1817  As of 6 September 1817, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 16-26) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Jane was probably a free white female, age 16 and under 26, in Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA's household, on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. There is a Male 10-16 in the census who is otherwise unaccounted for..4 
(free wh female 30-40) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Jane was probably a free white female, age 30 and under 40, in Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA's household, on the 1830 Census at Monroe Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for are a Male and Female, each 20-30..5 
Guardian11 December 1838 She was appointed as guardian of Daniel Clark Culpepper, Benjamin Franklin Drayton Culpepper, Mariner Jackson Culpepper, Lucinda Council Culpepper, Frances Edna Culpepper and James Monroe Culpepper after the death of Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA on 11 December 1838 at Monroe Co., Georgia, on 11 December 1838 at Monroe Co., Georgia.6 
(Witness) ProbateJanuary 1844 She witnessed a probate action on the estate of Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA at Monroe Co., Georgia, in January 1844.7 
(Administrator) ProbateApril 1845 She administrated Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA's estate in April 1845.8 
1850 Census*1 June 1850 Jane was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census on 1 June 1850 at Houston Co., Georgia.9 
1860 Census*1 June 1860 Jane was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Houston Co., Georgia.10 
1860 Slave Census*1 June 1860 She was listed as a slave owner on the 1860 Census at Houston Co., Georgia, and owned 34 slaves.11 
(household member) 1870 Census1 June 1870 Martha, Alice, Joseph, John and Jane listed as a household member living with James Monroe Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Houston Co., Georgia.12 
Death*9 May 1874 She died at Houston Co., Georgia, on 9 May 1874 at age 75.2 

Family

Mariner Culpepper of Monroe Co., GA (7 May 1793 - 14 August 1838)
Children
Last Edited24 March 2011

Citations

  1. History of Peach County Georgia, .
    Page 240.
  2. , Mariner Culpepper Family Bible: Abstracted by Warren Culpepper from photocopies of bible pages in the files of Culpepper Connections, Original source and current owner unknown, owner.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/monroe.htm#Mariner
  3. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Mariner Culpepper and Jinny McCrary on 6 Sep 1817 in Warren Co., GA.
  4. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 293, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Mariner Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1F 0-10, 1 F16-26.
  5. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 173, Unk Twp, Monroe Co., GA
    Mariner Culpepper, 2 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M20-30, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 1 F30-40, 1 F70-80.
  6. Monroe County Court of the Ordinary Annual Returns, Book D, 1836-1840.
  7. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
  8. Abstracted by Lewis W. Griffin, Monroe Co., GA Deeds, 1822-1868, Books A-P, Salt Lake City, UT: Monroe County Superior Court, Published on Microfilm by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films 164,136 - 164,143.
    Book L, Page 496.
  9. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 318A, District 16, Houston Co., GA
    Mrs. Jane Culpepper, 52, F, $2000, GA
    Clark Culpepper, 23, M, Lumber Merchant, GA
    Jackson Culpepper, 20, M, Farmer, GA
    Frances E. Culpepper, 15, F, GA
    Monroe Culpepper, 12, M, GA.
  10. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 1077, District 5, Houston Co., GA
    Jane E. Culpepper, 59, F, Widow, $5,000/$23,070, GA
    James M. Culpepper, 21, M, Farmer, GA
    Drewey M. Jackson, 19, M, GA.
  11. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Slave Schedule, Houston Co., GA
    Jane E. Culpepper, 34 slaves: 85F, 70M, 37F, 35F, 35M, 30M, 30F, 30F, 26F, 25M, 23F, 18F, 18F, 16F, 15M, 15F, 14M, 13M, 12M, 12F, 12M, 12F, 11M, 8M, 8FO, 7F, 6M, 6M, 6M, 4F, 3F, 3M, 3M, 1M.
  12. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 33A, Family 1181, Perry PO, Houston Co., GA
    James M. Culpepper, 31, M, Farmer, $6000/$1500, GA
    Martha Culpepper, 22, F, GA
    Alice Culpepper, 3, F, GA
    Infant Culpepper, 2/12 (Apr 1870), M, GA
    John T. Jackson, 22, M, Farm Manager, GA
    Jane G. Culpepper, 70, F, GA.

Martha McCrary

F, (circa 1800 - before 1833)
FatherMatthew McCrary (c 1772 - c 1807)
MotherLeticia McCrary (c 1774 - c 1826)
Birth*circa 1800 Martha was born circa 1800. 
Marriage*20 September 1819 She married Benjamin Culpepper at Warren Co., Georgia, on 20 September 1819.1 
Married Name20 September 1819  As of 20 September 1819, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 16-26) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Martha was probably a free white female, age 16 and under 26, in Benjamin Culpepper's household, on the 1820 Census at Warren Co., Georgia.2 
(free wh female 20-30) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Martha was probably a free white female, age 20 and under 30, in Benjamin Culpepper's household, on the 1830 Census at Warren Co., Georgia. Unaccounted for is a Male 5-10..3 
Death*before 1833 She died before 1833
Her husband Benjamin remarried 6 Jan 1833. 

Family

Benjamin Culpepper (circa 1796 - 1836)
Children
Last Edited4 June 2006

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Benjamin Culpepper and Martha McCrary on 20 Sep 1819 in Warren Co., GA.
  2. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    p 265, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA
    Benjamin Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 1 F16-26.
  3. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 199, Unk Twp, Warren Co., GA 
    Benjamin Culpepper, 1 M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30.

Robert Wynn

M, (circa 1746 - 2 December 1811)
FatherJoshua Wynn (c 1721 - c 1789)
MotherLucretia (?) (s 1723 - )
Birth*circa 1746 Robert was born at Prince William Co., Virginia, circa 1746. 
Marriage*March 1766 He married Elizabeth (?) at Virginia in March 1766. 
American Revolution*between 1775 and 1783 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783
(DAR Listing: Robert Wynn, born circa 1730 in Virginia, died before 2 Dec 1811 in Georgia, married Elizabeth ___, Second Lieutenant, Virginia.)1,2 
Will*3 April 1807 He made a will at Warren Co., Georgia, on 3 April 1807. 
Death*2 December 1811 He died at Warren Co., Georgia, on 2 December 1811.2 
Probate*31 December 1811 Probate action was taken on Robert's estate on 31 December 1811 at Warren Co., Georgia
Biography* Name: Robert WYNNE Sr.
Birth: 1749 Prince George Co., Virginia
Death: 1811 Warrenton, Warren County, Georgia [1] Age: 62
Occupation: Revolutionary Soldier
Father: Joshua WYNNE III (1721-1789)
Mother: Lucretia (WYNNE)
Marriage: Mar 1766 Virginia

Spouse: Elizabeth (GARTRELL ???) [2]
Birth: 1750 Prince George Co., VA
Death: Between 1794/1802 Warren Co., GA Age: 44

Children
1 F: Lucy WYNNE
Birth: 1768
Death: ca 1830 Monroe Co., MS Age: 62
Spouse: William MULLINS
Children: William Wynne

2 M: Clement WYNNE Sr. [3]
Birth: Apr 1770 Richmond Co., VA
Death: ca Jan 1829 Will Probated Warren County Age: 58
Spouse: Frances DEWBERRY
Children: James (ca1795-1857)
      Irby (1797-)
      Mary (ca1800-)
      Sally
      Clement (-ca1843)
      Lemuel
      Willis (1808-1881)
      Elizabeth D.C. (Betsey) (1813-ca1900)
      Robert (1819-)
      Frances
      Nancy (-1830)

3 F: Elizabeth WYNNE
Birth: ca 1772 Warren County, Georgia
Spouse: William WALKER Sr.
Children: John (ca1790-1843)
      Clement (1800-1872)
      Joel
      Robert
      David (ca1802-)
      Susannah (1805-1885)
      William

4 M: Peter WYNNE
Birth: ca 1774
Spouse: Sarah DEWBERRY
Children: Nancy
      Elizabeth
      Frances
      Unknown
      Unknown
      Unknown
.
5 F: Mary WYNNE
Birth: ca 1776
Spouse: WALKER
.
6 M: Robert WYNNE Jr.
Birth: 17 Dec 1777 Richmond Co., GA
Spouse: Jennie PERKINS
.
7 M: Dudley WYNNE
Birth: ca 1781
.
8 F: Nancy WYNNE
Birth: ca 1782
Spouse: Jonathan BAKER
.
9 F: Susannah WYNNE
Birth: 4 May 1784 Warren Co., GA
Death: bef 1850 Henry Co., GA Age: 65
Burial: Edwards, Moore, Tucker family cemetery
Spouse: William EDWARDS
.
10 F: Lydia WYNNE
Birth: ca 1781
Spouse: Alexander HUNTER
Children: Robert W. (-<1840)
      Jane
.
11 F: Patsy WYNNE
Birth: ca 1786
Spouse: Arch KELHAM
.
12 F: Cynthia WYNNE
Birth: ca 1787
.
13 M: William WYNNE
Birth: ca 1788
Spouse: Lucy HARRIS
.
14 F: Frances WYNNE
Birth: ca 1789
Spouse: Dickinson CULPEPPER

15 M: Thomas WYNNE
Birth: ca 1791
Death: Jan 1853 Age: 62
Spouse: Nancy HEATH
Children: Henry (1821-)
     John (1823-)
     Martha A. (1832-)
     Rebecca (1833-)
Spouse: Cynthia N. BRANTLEY
Children: Lavinia Catherine (1841-)
     Cynthia N. (1843-)
     Thomas Franklin (1845-)
Spouse: Mary WILDER

Sources
Will dated 22 April 1811; probated 2 Dec 1811
Will of Robert Wynn, Sr., Warren Co., GA Bk B, p 10
Will of Irby Dewberry, Sr., Warren Co., GA Bk A, p31
Will of Clement Wynne, Sr., Warren Co., GA Bk A, p 181
Will of Clement Wynne, Jr., Warren Co., GA Bk 1829-
1852, p 143-44.
Warren Co. Marriage records, Bk A
Taliaferro Co. Marriage Book A.1 

Family

Elizabeth (?) (circa 1750 - )
Child
Last Edited30 April 2012

Citations

  1. e-mail address, Jan 2001, e-mail from Barbara Walker Good, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  2. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.

Elizabeth (?)

F, (circa 1750 - )
Birth*circa 1750 Elizabeth was born circa 1750. 
Marriage*March 1766 She married Robert Wynn at Virginia in March 1766. 
Married NameMarch 1766  As of March 1766, her married name was Wynn. 

Family

Robert Wynn (circa 1746 - 2 December 1811)
Child
Last Edited14 April 1999

Serena Cochran

F, (circa 1802 - )
Birth*circa 1802 Serena was born circa 1802. 
Marriage*6 December 1833 She married Benjamin Culpepper at Talbot Co., Georgia, on 6 December 1833.1 
Married Name6 December 1833  As of 6 December 1833, her married name was Culpepper. 

Family

Benjamin Culpepper (circa 1796 - 1836)
Last Edited18 August 2002

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm
    Benjamin Culpeper and Serena Cockran on 6 Dec 1833 in Talbot Co., GA.