Houston Hugh Oglethorpe1

M, (26 May 1914 - 21 September 2004)
FatherDavid Duncan Oglethorpe (c 1883 - bt Nov 1913 - Dec 1913)
MotherEdna Earle Hankins (c 1883 - )
Birth*26 May 1914 Houston was born at Louisiana on 26 May 1914.2 
(step-son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Ray and Houston was listed as a step-son in Walter John Pither's household on the 1930 Census at Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana.3 
Death*21 September 2004 He died at Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, on 21 September 2004 at age 90.2 
ChartsJohn Newman Oglethorpe Descendants
Last Edited5 February 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2011 to Lew Griffin from Angie Noelani, e-mail address.
  2. 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
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana; Roll: 787; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 35; Image: 235.0.

    Household Members: Name Age
    Walter Pittser 46
    Edna Pittser 46
    Ray Oglethorpe 23
    Fay Oglethorpe 18
    Houston Oglethorpe 15
    Lillian Pittser 10
    Marie M Pittser 8
    Walter J Pittser 6
    Addie Gene Pittser 3
    Edgar Earl Pittser.

Walter John Pither1

M, (17 October 1883 - )
Name Variation He was also known as Walter Jack Pither. 
Nickname  Walter John Pither also went by the name of Blackie Pither.2 
Name Variation He was also known as Walter John Pittser.3 
Birth*17 October 1883 Walter was born at Texas on 17 October 1883. Son of John S. and Minnie Pither.4,5 
1900 Census*1 June 1900 Walter was listed as a son in an unknown person 's household on the 1900 Census at Galveston, Galveston Co., Texas.4 
Marriage*circa 1918 He married Edna Earle Hankins at Louisiana circa 1918. 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 Walter was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana.6 
Note*1 March 2011 From: KBaseball8@aol.com
Sent: Monday, March 07, 2011 5:43

Subject: Obit of son of Walter John Pither & Edna Earle Hankins

Funeral services for W. J. Pither, 87, of Longview, will be held at 2:00PM, Thursday, March 3, 2011 at Chalk Hill Assembly of God, with Pastor Tim Jones officiating. Interment will follow at Chalk Hill Cemetery in Chalk Hill. Mr. Pither passed away on Tuesday morning, March 1, 2011.

Mr. Pither was born December 26, 1923, in Shreveport, Louisiana to Walter Jack and Edna Pither. He was raised and educated in Shreveport, LA. Jack entered the armed services at the beginning of World War II. He served honorably and fought in five major campaigns; Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Central Europe, and the Battle of the Bulge. After being discharged from the Army, he returned to Shreveport and married Loyce Goodwin on June 1, 1946. Jack and Loyce moved to Longview Texas in 1952 where they opened Pither Plumbing Company. Mr. Pither operated the business for many years and was known for his honesty and integrity throughout East Texas. After his retirement Jack's sons and daughter-in-law, Pat and Brenda Pither, took over the business which is currently in operation and is now managed by a third generation of Pithers, Patrick and Brandi. Jack and Loyce attended Southside Assembly of God Church for many years and were faithful supporters of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Jack lived by his Christian principles and was an example and inspiration to all who knew him. He will be deeply missed and forever remembered by his family and friends.

Mr. Pither was preceded in death by his parents and seven of his siblings. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of sixty-four years, Loyce; sons, Walter Jack Pither III and his wife Tonya, Pat Pither and his wife Brenda; daughters, Janelle McKinley and her husband Ron, Paulette Mayfield; sister, Jeane Beavers; grandchildren, Bridget Broomhall, Patrick Pither II, Aprill Custer, Nathan McKinley, Amanda Pither, Alesha Moon, John Paul Mayfield, Johnna Nicole Mayfield; great-grandchildren, Cody Calhoun, Breonna Martin, Savannah Bromhall, Patrick Lee Pither III, Brennen Jack Pither, Adam Custer, Bryce Custer, Caleb McKinley.

The Pither family would like to express their appreciation to Beacon Hospice at Margaret's House and their staff. Special thanks to Kay Johnson, Michele Hollingsworth, and Loretta Spearman.

Burial:
Chalk Hill Cemetery
Henderson
Rusk County
Texas, USA. 

Family

Edna Earle Hankins (circa 1883 - )
Last Edited9 March 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2010 - 2011 to Lew Griffin from Jerry Oglethorpe, New Mexico, e-mail address.
  2. E-mail written Feb 2011 to Lew Griffin from Angie Noelani, e-mail address.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana; Roll: 787; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 35; Image: 235.0.
  4. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    Galveston Ward 10, Galveston, Texas; Roll: T623_1637; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 136.

    Household Members: Name Age
    John S Pither 57
    Minnie Pither 37
    Lillie Pither 18
    Walter Pither 16
    Minnie Pither 14
    Frederick Pither 8
    Marie Pither 6
    Albert Pither 3.
  5. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=6482
  6. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana; Roll: 787; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 35; Image: 235.0.

    Household Members: Name Age
    Walter Pittser 46
    Edna Pittser 46
    Ray Oglethorpe 23
    Fay Oglethorpe 18
    Houston Oglethorpe 15
    Lillian Pittser 10
    Marie M Pittser 8
    Walter J Pittser 6
    Addie Gene Pittser 3
    Edgar Earl Pittser.

Sabre Ann Smith1

F, (say 1859 - )
Birth*say 1859 Sabre was born at Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, say 1859.1 
Marriage*29 September 1881 She married Francis Pierce Oglethorpe at Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, on 29 September 1881.1 
Married Name29 September 1881  As of 29 September 1881, her married name was Oglethorpe.1 

Family

Francis Pierce Oglethorpe (circa 1858 - )
Children
ChartsJohn Newman Oglethorpe Descendants
Last Edited25 March 2011

Citations

  1. Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp. Louisiana Marriage Records, 1851-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

(?) Oglethorpe

M, (say 1830 - )
Birth*say 1830 He was born say 1830 at Louisiana

Family

Child
Last Edited23 February 2011

Perry Ann Oglethorpe

F, (May 1861 - )
Father(?) Oglethorpe (s 1830 - )
Birth*May 1861 She was born in May 1861 at Louisiana
Married Namecirca 1881  As of circa 1881, her married name was Wright. 
Marriage*circa 1881 She married Howell C. Wright at Louisiana circa 1881. 

Family

Howell C. Wright (November 1856 - )
Last Edited23 February 2011

Howell C. Wright

M, (November 1856 - )
Birth*November 1856 He was born in November 1856 at Georgia
Marriage*circa 1881 He married Perry Ann Oglethorpe at Louisiana circa 1881. 

Family

Perry Ann Oglethorpe (May 1861 - )
Last Edited23 February 2011

Bobby Oglethorpe1

M, (9 July 1932 - 21 October 2002)
FatherRay Packer Oglethorpe1 (30 Aug 1907 - May 1973)
Birth*9 July 1932 Bobby was born on 9 July 1932.1,2 
Death*21 October 2002 He died at Elmer, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, on 21 October 2002 at age 70.2 
ChartsJohn Newman Oglethorpe Descendants
Last Edited23 February 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2010 - 2011 to Lew Griffin from Jerry Oglethorpe, New Mexico, e-mail address.
  2. 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

(?) Botsford1

M, (say 1910 - )
Birth*say 1910 He was born say 1910.1 
Marriage*say 1933 He married Edna Fay Oglethorpe say 1933. From Angie Noelani:

They had two children, Robert Botsford and Deanna Botsford. I do not know Deanna's married name at the moment. Robert was married to a woman named Barbara. and they had two children..1 

Family

Edna Fay Oglethorpe (27 August 1911 - 3 April 2006)
ChartsJohn Newman Oglethorpe Descendants
Last Edited28 February 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2011 to Lew Griffin from Angie Noelani, e-mail address.

James H. Hankins1

M, (between 1847 and 1848 - 7 January 1921)
Birth*between 1847 and 1848 James was born at Louisiana between 1847 and 1848.1 
Marriage*say 1877 He married Sarah Jane Row say 1877.1 
1910 Census*15 April 1910 James was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Grant Parish, Louisiana.2 
Death*7 January 1921 He died at Rapides Parish, Louisiana, on 7 January 1921.3 

Family

Sarah Jane Row (circa 1855 - )
Child
Last Edited28 February 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2011 to Lew Griffin from Angie Noelani, e-mail address.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    Police Jury Ward 5, Grant, Louisiana; Roll: T624_515; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 0062; Image: 212; FHL Number: 1374528.

    Household Members: Name Age
    James H Hankins 62
    Sarah J Hankins 54
    Frank H Hankins 23
    Garrett L Hankins 18
    Henry H Hankins 15
    Lillian L Hankins 10.
  3. Louisiana Statewide Death Indeces 1900-1929, Online database at Ancestry.com.

Sarah Jane Row1

F, (circa 1855 - )
Birth*circa 1855 She was born circa 1855 at Louisiana.1 
Marriage*say 1877 She married James H. Hankins say 1877.1 
Married Namesay 1877  As of say 1877, her married name was Hankins.1 
(Wife) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Sarah was listed as James H. Hankins's wife on the 1910 Census at Grant Parish, Louisiana.2 

Family

James H. Hankins (between 1847 and 1848 - 7 January 1921)
Child
Last Edited28 February 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2011 to Lew Griffin from Angie Noelani, e-mail address.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    Police Jury Ward 5, Grant, Louisiana; Roll: T624_515; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 0062; Image: 212; FHL Number: 1374528.

    Household Members: Name Age
    James H Hankins 62
    Sarah J Hankins 54
    Frank H Hankins 23
    Garrett L Hankins 18
    Henry H Hankins 15
    Lillian L Hankins 10.

Miles Gammill1

M, (12 December 1903 - 21 October 1978)
Birth*12 December 1903 He was born on 12 December 1903.2 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Colorado.2 
Marriage*circa 1958 He married Mildred Inez Culpepper circa 1958.1 
Death*21 October 1978 He died at San Antonio, Bexar Co., Texas, on 21 October 1978 at age 74.2,3 
Burial*circa 23 October 1978 His body was interred circa 23 October 1978 at Holy Cross Cemetery, San Antonio, Bexar Co., Texas.1 

Family

Mildred Inez Culpepper (16 August 1915 - 12 June 2006)
Last Edited28 February 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2011 to Warren Culpepper from Janice Elaine Culpepper (#54003), e-mail address.
  2. 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
  3. Texas Department of Health, compiler, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4876
    Miles Gammill, Male, died 21 Oct 1978 in Bexar Co., TX.

John Michael1

M, (circa 1625 - circa December 1678)
Birth*circa 1625 He was born circa 1625 at Holland
Marriage*1675 He married Mary (?) in 1675.1 
Will*18 November 1678 He made a will at Northampton Co., Virginia, on 18 November 1678.

JOHN MICHAEL, Sr. - Will dated 18 Nov. 1678, probated 28 Jan. 1678/79
     To my eldest son and male heir, all my land at Kings Creek. To my said son Adam Michael my 1000 A. seate of land at Mattomkin.
     To my son John Michael, Jr., my 600 A. at Masongo, and my 500 A. at Occocomsan, and whereas hither unto by the perfidious ruining away of one Even Davis no tenant is seated there to take care of cattle and thereby disappointed of seating Occocomson and the like frustration though in a different respect of Masongo by Bowman his greedy, covetous and unjust molestinge in and about that said seat of land my will therefore is that means be used and an honest painfull and industrious tenant be procured and settled Upon Occocomson and receive of and from my Kings Creek plantation in ye suitable and convenient time of year to drive cattle as near as may be equally of these three ages, viz., 6 or 7 each of one, two, or three year old for to make up the number of 20 breeders. Except will take one of them a bull to be in full my son John his share and number of cattle.
     To my son Symon Michael my Hungars seat of 500 A. and my 700 A. seat at Gingoteague, all my cattle remaining at his sister Custis' plantation at Chessanesson, the horses in his godfather Yardley's hands.
     To my son Yardley Michael my 400 A. seat bought of Edward Hamond lying at Matchepungo. His dear mother to purchase for him a young Negro or cattle, whichever is best.
     To my son Yardley my present youngest, n. child Symon (under 15).
     To my dear and pious brother John Michael all my Dutch books, one deaths head gold ring, and to his eldest son my godson Joachim one heifer.
     Having devised to my daus. Sarah and Margaret as per the schedules extant, I give to their husbands my sons-in-law Argall Yardley and John Custis, Jr. one deaths head gold ring apiece.
     To my loving wife and to her and my son Yardley Michael to be eq. div., the remainder of my cattle.
     To my two eldest sons Adam and John all my clothes.
     To my loving wife Mary Michael the servant boy James Carpenter for the time he has to serve, my boat, canoe, and old sloop.
     The remainder of my personal estate to be div. eq. by my wife and sons Adam, John, Symon, and Yardley. Sons to be at age at 21. Wife and my sons Adam, John, and Symon extrs. The care of my eldest son Adam to his brother-in-law John Custis, Jr. The care of my 2nd son John to my brother his godfather and uncle John Michael, Jr. The care of my 3rd son Simon to his godfather and brother-in-law Argall Yardley. The care of my tender bud Yardley Michael to his mother. My friends Thomas Teackle and Thomas Harmanson to oversee.
     I wish to be buried in my 1st wife's grave at Kings Creek, that Thomas Teackle (if possible) preach my funeral sermon (if not the parish minister) taking for his subject the 2nd Corinthians, 5th chapter, last verse, and desire no drinking immediately nor shooting may be suffered, in my judgment very unreasonable and inconsistent with the occasion but civil and free entertainment.
     Witt: Arthur at an unknown age Upshur, William Groton, Nathaniel Capell - p. 336

Notes: John Michael, Jr. and John Michael, Sr. are brothers - 1657-1666, pp. 219, 244. Elizabeth Michael (the wife of John Michael, Sr.) is the sister of (Capt.) Adam Thoroughgood - 1657-1666, p. 243 . The widow married (Capt.) Francis Pigot - 1679-1683, p. 20. John Michael is son-in-law to (Lt. Col.) John Tilney - 1678-1683, p. 56.2 
Death*circa December 1678 He died at Northampton Co., Virginia, circa December 1678.2 

Family

Mary (?) (between 1645 and 1650 - circa 1682)
Child
Last Edited28 March 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999-2011 to Culpepper Connections from William A. 'Bill' Russell, Alexandria, VA, e-mail address (Sep 2011).
  2. Howard Mackey, Northampton County Orders, Wills etc., Vol. 10, 1674-1679, Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, c1999-2006, pp 105-106.

Francis Pigot1

M, (1640 - circa January 1685)
Birth*1640 He was born in 1640. 
Marriage*1678 He married Mary (?) at Northampton Co., Virginia, in 1678.1 
Will*27 March 1684 He made a will on 27 March 1684.

In the name of God Amen, I Francis Pigot being to take a long and tedious voyage and not knowing how it may please Almighty God to dispose of me do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following,
     Imprimus - I will devise and bequeath unto my son Culpeper Pigot three hundred and fifty acres of land with the appurtances being part of the seven hundred and fifty acres of land which I bought of my brother in law John Robins Gent. to have and to hold to him and his heirs forever.
     Item - I will devise and bequeath unto my son Thomas Pigot four hundred acres of land with the appurtances being the other part of the seven hundred and fifty acres of land of the aforesaid Robins purchased to have and to hold to him and his heirs forever, but my will is that my son Thomas shall have his choice and election whether his part shall bound upon Broad Creek Branch or upon Wilkins his branch and whether branch he will bound upon he shall choose and determine within twelve months after my decease and then my son Culpeper shall bound on the other branch and my will is that a devision be in convenient time made between them by a proportional line running from the head line of the land of John Daniell towards the bayside for the avoiding of trespass in timber so to avoid law suits and perserve concord amoung brothern.
     Item - I will devise and bequeath unto my son Ralph Pigot the plantation I now live upon to have and to hold to him and his heirs forever which plantation and the seven hundred and fifty acres devised to my sons Thomas and Culpeper are and lay in the County of Northampton in Virginia.
     Item - My will is that my daughter Elizabeth shall dwell and abide with my son Ralph till she is married and shall be put to school to learn to read and write.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my son Ralph three Negros namely James Carter, Paul Carter and Anthony George.
     Item - I will give and bequeath unto my son Thomas, Peter George and Edward Carter Negros.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth, Dennis and Anne Harmar Negro woman, but my will is that my Overseers to sell hereafter mentioned may sell either of the said Negro woman to purchase my said daughter a young Negro provided it be not under eight years of age, and if that will not do to sell such part of her estate as can best be spared to make up the purchase.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my son Culpeper, Wat the son of Ann Harmar, Jack Piper the son of Dennis, Mall the Negro girl and old Tony all Negros.
     Item - My will is that if my Negro Servant Thomas Carter and Hellenor his wife shall give their daughter Mary to serve till she be twenty four years of age unto my son Thomas and Elizabeth his second daughter to my son Ralph to serve him till she be twenty four years of age and the child which the said Ellenor now goeth with to my daughter Elizabeth to serve the like time, after two full years service after my decease is known shall be free performing the conditions following, he shall pay to my heirs and exec'rs ten thousand pounds of tobacco and cask in merchantable condition in ten years that a thousand each year the ten shall be only paid till the full ten years are expired, and after these conditions performed he the said Carter and Helenor his wife shall depart this county never more to return to dwell, then I say my will is the said Carter shall be free' forever otherwise not.
     Item - My will is that if Thomas Carter shall and do faithfully perform the two years service before mentioned after my decease then he shall live upon my son Thomas his, or upon my son Culpepers plantation rent free till ten years be expired to begin at the end of the two years aforesaid otherwise not, but it shall be at my son Thomas his choice and pleasure how long he the said Carter shall live upon his plantation, but the said Carter shall not comit waste and shall yearly pay an ear of Indian com for acknowledgement every new years day during the said ten years.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my four children, Ralph, Thomas, Elizabeth and Culpeper all my household goods, linen and other to be divided amoungst them except such lumber as stoOls, chairs, buckets, bowls, tubbs, old iron which I give solely to my son Ralph, and my will is when my debts are paid that new tickens be bought for four beds and then my son Culpeper to have the first choice of all the beds and rugs.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth all her own mothers apparrell and all my last wifes apparrell linen, silk and woolen which are now in her trunk, but the trunk I give to my son Culpeper and all his mothers rings except that which I gave her, which I give to my son Thomas, I give Culpeper also a large.. silver tooth picker which was his mothers.
     Item - I give unto my son Ralph the four young oxen, wagon and all the wheels and my horse, "Moon eyes" besides that horse he hath already.
     Item - I give unto my son Thomas one three year old horse at the seaside, besides the horse he hath already.
     Item - I give unto my daughter Elizabeth the first horse colt, my mare or mares shall bring I mean one colt and then my mares whatever and where ever they shall run in a joint stock to be divided amoungst my four children when my son Thomas shall be twenty one years of age.
     Item - My will is that my stock of cattle after Yardley Michael is paid his five two year old steers and one yearling steer shall be and run amoungst my four children except the males now in being which shan be spent in the house for the food and maintainance of the family according as my son Ralph and my Overseers shall think fit and content.
     Item - I give unto my son Ralph my whole stock of hogs always provided he doth pay Mr. Adam Michael what are due to him also to pay unto his brothers and sister two sows apiece big with pig, that is six in all, when they shall be big with pig or have pigs, at such time ot times as my said children shall be capable by my will to receive them. That is to say my son Thomas when he shall be twenty one years of age, my daughter at the same age if she be not married or a widow for in both those cases she shall be capable either a married wife or a widow, but my will is that my son may have his Servants Peter and Edward from his brother Ralph at nineteen years of age provided he be married with the likeing and consent of two of my Overseers.
     Item - My will is that my daughter Elizabeth shall not have her Servants till she be sixteen years of age though she be married.
     Item - My will is that my son Culpeper shall be and remain under the care and tuition of my son Ralph and my Overseers till he is fourteen years of age and my will is that he shall be taught to read a legiable hand and also to write one but if my said son Culpeper dieth before he attaineth the age of fourteen years then my son Ralph shall have but one third part of his personal estate and my son Thomas, my daughter Elizabeth, and my son in law Yardley Michael shall have the other two thirds to be equally shared among them, and if he liveth to complete fourteen years and then dieth before he be twenty one years and unmarried then my will is that my son Ralph shall have one half part of his personal estate and my son Thomas and my daughter Elizabeth shall have the other half part to be equally shared betwixt them.
     Item - My will and pleasure is that all the money, plate, jewels or goods whatever given or left unto me by my father or mother (whose memories to me most dear) as also all accounts, bills, bonds, judgements, recognizances, statutes, mortgages after they be recovered shall be divided amoung my four children as followeth (vizt) my son Ralph shall have one third part of the whole, and the other two thirds shall be equally shared amoungst my other three children Thomas, Elizabeth and Culpeper and what shall be expended in the recovery of them shall be equally born by my said children Ralph shall allow no more for charges then Thomas, Elizabeth or Culpeper in the disjunctive by recovery, I mean the gaining of the possession of them by any lawfull and warrentable means whatever but would not have them sue for disproved debts but compound.
     Item - My will is that my children Ralph, Thomas and Elizabeth to dispose of their part or parts of my estate in England or that after my decease shall come from England as they please but my son Culpeper share shall be laid out in slaves younger and able to work or in durable cornmoditys or in both.
     Item - I give unto my loving brother in law Mr. Wm. Waters my paceing horse called, "Doctor" and unto my friend and loving countryman Mr. Daniel Neech I give my silver fork and one great book called, "The Rhemish Testament" all whom I make and appoint Overseers of this my will and testament beseeching them even for Gods sake continually to call upon them to serve God and to avoid vain and lewd company the bane of all young people and to assist them in the temporal concerns what they may and if any of my children be refractory to curve them.
     Item - I give unto my son Ralph the ten thousand pounds of tobacco and cask which Carter is to pay towards the payment of my just debts and the maintainance of himself his brothers and sister and their education I give him also all the new goods in the house not made up linen and woolen to doath himself brothers and sister and family as my Overseers shall direct and not to be lavish of them (except twenty ells of broad sheeting linen which shall be made up into sheets and pillow beers and be brought in division with the rest of the household linen.
     Item - I give unto my son Ralph the labor and work of all the Servants for the payment of my just debts his own, his brothers and sister maintainance till the time of division saccessinely come which shall be as followeth Thomas shall have his share out at nineteen years of age if married at twenty one unmarried, Elizabeth hers at sixteen if married and eighteen unmarried, Culpeper all his at fourteen unless there be any cause in my will that contradicts in perticular which I will for that perticular shall stand good.
     Item - I give unto my three sons Ralph, Thomas and Culpeper all my books (except Latin and Greek) to be equally divided when Culpeper is twenty one years of age but he or Thomas may have the use of any book, at any time leaving a note to return it to Ralph when he shall have just Occasion to use it.
     Item - I give unto my son Ralph this present crop of wheat towards the payment of my debts and maintainance of children.
     Item - My will is that if my son Ralph should prove negligent and extravagent that my Overseers shall take care to secure my other childrens portions and also to lay a restraint upon his idle expences.
     Hereof this my last will and testament revolking all other wills and devises whatever I do make and appoint my four children Ralph Pigot, Thomas Pigot, Elizabeth Pigot and Culpeper Pigot my exec'rs but my son Ralph for the present only to act with the advice and assistance of my Overseers in testemony and confirmation whereof I have signed, sealed, delivered and published this to be my last will and testament March the 27th anno 1684.
                         Francis Pigot
(endorsed)
The within will containing two sheets of paper the words by the will to receive ending the first sheet and the words the in the begining the second sheet rased also in the place concerning Overseers was signed, sealed and published by Francis Pigot Gent. to be his last will devise and testament in the presence of us whom he sent for and desired to be witnesses there unto the day and date within mentioned.
John Burroughs     Obedience Andrews
James Carpenter     Thorne Wills
Samuel Johnson     Martha Arden.2 
Death*circa January 1685 He died circa January 1685. 
Probate*2 March 1684/85 Probate action was taken on Francis's estate on 2 March 1684/85

The second day of March anno 1684 then the within written last will and testament of Capt. Francis Pigot deceased containing two sheets of paper was proved in open court by the corporal oaths of Obedience Andrews and Samuel Johnson and approved of and ordered to be recorded, and the 4th ditto then further probate made in open court (with the former two oaths the second of March aforesaid) by the corporal oaths of Thomas Wills and there upon fully allowed of and ordered to be recorded.2 

Family

Mary (?) (between 1645 and 1650 - circa 1682)
Child
Last Edited28 March 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999-2011 to Culpepper Connections from William A. 'Bill' Russell, Alexandria, VA, e-mail address (Sep 2011).
  2. Frank V. Walczyk, Northampton County Orders & Wills 1683-1689, Vol I 1683-1685, Peter's Row, 2001, pp 97-100 in Walczyk compilation and pp 119-123 in original book.

Unknown (?) (?)1

F, (say 1868 - )
Birth*say 1868 She was born say 1868. 
Marriage*say 1888 She married Unknown (?) Culpepper of Fayetteville, NC say 1888.1 
Married Namesay 1888  As of say 1888, her married name was Culpepper.1 
Married Namesay 1925  As of say 1925, her married name was Spears.1 
Marriage*say 1925 She married Rosario Spears say 1925.1 

Family 1

Unknown (?) Culpepper of Fayetteville, NC (say 1859 - )
Child

Family 2

Rosario Spears (say 1865 - )
Last Edited12 March 2011

Citations

  1. American Battle Monuments Online Database, American Battle Monuments Commission, 2005.
    http://www.abmc.gov/
    Arthur B. Culpepper, from North Carolina. Pvt., Co. K, 113th Infantry, 29th Infantry Division. Died 9 Oct 1918. Buried at: Plot C Row 19 Grave 16, St. Mihiel American Cemetery, Thiaucourt, France. Mother: Mrs. Rosario Spears, 22 Jones St E, Savannah, Chatham Co., GA.

Rosario Spears1

M, (say 1865 - )
Birth*say 1865 He was born say 1865.1 
Marriage*say 1925 He married Unknown (?) (?) say 1925.1 
Residence*1930 Rosario resided at Savannah, Chatham Co., Georgia, in 1930.1 

Family

Unknown (?) (?) (say 1868 - )
Last Edited12 March 2011

Citations

  1. American Battle Monuments Online Database, American Battle Monuments Commission, 2005.
    http://www.abmc.gov/
    Arthur B. Culpepper, from North Carolina. Pvt., Co. K, 113th Infantry, 29th Infantry Division. Died 9 Oct 1918. Buried at: Plot C Row 19 Grave 16, St. Mihiel American Cemetery, Thiaucourt, France. Mother: Mrs. Rosario Spears, 22 Jones St E, Savannah, Chatham Co., GA.

John B. Culpepper1

M, (6 September 1931 - 30 August 2000)
FatherJohn Ben Culpepper1 (c 1904 - 30 Nov 1931)
MotherGladys Taylor1 (c 1909 - )
Birth*6 September 1931 He was born on 6 September 1931 at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas.1 
Korean War*between 1951 and 1953 He served in the Korean War between 1951 and 1953
(US Army.)1 
Marriage*11 November 1983 He married Kathryn M. Tackitt at Eureka Springs, Carroll Co., Arkansas, on 11 November 1983 at age 52.1 
Death*30 August 2000 He died at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 30 August 2000 at age 68.1 
Obituary*1 September 2000 PINE BLUFF – John B. Culpepper, 68, Pine Bluff, (eldest) son of Ben (John Benjamin) and Gladys Taylor Culpepper, born September 6, 1931 at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He was reared and educated at Pine Bluff, attending Pine Bluff High School. He served in the Army during the Korean War and for several years after active duty was with the National Guard. He was the owner and operator of John B. Culpepper Tree Service, which began in the mid-1980's. He was a member of the First Immanuel Missionary Baptist Church at Pine Bluff. He married Kathryn November 11, 1983 at Eureka Springs, AR. He died Wednesday (30 Aug 2000).
     Survivors: wife, Kathryn Woods Culpepper; son, John Stephen Culpepper; daughter, Rebecca 'Becky' Dean; stepchildren, Gary Sauls, Patsy Sullivan; sister, Catherine Hoskins; four grandsons, one great-granddaughter.
     Services Saturday, 10 a.m. Robinson’s Chapel. Interment, Philadelphia Cemetery near Prattville.1 
Burial*2 September 2000 His body was interred on 2 September 2000 at Philadelphia Cemetery, Prattsville, Grant Co., Arkansas

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Kathryn M. Tackitt (8 February 1923 - 24 March 2011)
Last Edited5 April 2011

Citations

  1. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock, AR, http://www.ardemgaz.com/.
    Obituary of John B. Culpepper (#62267), published 1 Sep 2000.

Kathryn M. Tackitt1

F, (8 February 1923 - 24 March 2011)
Birth*8 February 1923 She was born on 8 February 1923 at Flora, Clay Co., Illinois. She was the daughter of Ora and Crickett Tackeitt.2,1 
Married Namesay 1945  As of say 1945, her married name was Sauls.1 
Marriage*say 1945 She married (?) Sauls say 1945.1 
Married Namesay 1965  As of say 1965, her married name was Woods.3 
Marriage*say 1965 She married (?) Woods say 1965.3 
Marriage*11 November 1983 She married John B. Culpepper at Eureka Springs, Carroll Co., Arkansas, on 11 November 1983 at age 60.3 
Married Name11 November 1983  As of 11 November 1983, her married name was Culpepper.3 
Death*24 March 2011 She died at Mablevale, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, on 24 March 2011 at age 88.1 
Obituary*27 March 2011 KATHRYN M. CULPEPPER, 88, of Mablevale passed away on March 24, 2011.
     Kathryn was born on Feb. 8, 1923 to the late Ora and Crickett Tackeitt in Flora, Ill. She loved having all of her family by her side as she sang to them. Mrs. Culpepper loved working in her flower garden and watching all the animals.     
     She is preceded in death by her brother, Herbert Tackitt; sister Pauline Hart; and son, Clarence Wayne Sauls. Mrs. Culpepper is survived by her son, Gary Sauls (Gail); daughter, Patsy Sullivan; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews and friends who all loved her and will miss her dearly.
     A memorial service wil be held at a later date. To sign Kathryn's online guestbook visit www.dialandudleyfuneralhome.com. 

Family 1

(?) Sauls (say 1920 - )

Family 2

(?) Woods (say 1920 - )

Family 3

John B. Culpepper (6 September 1931 - 30 August 2000)
Last Edited5 April 2011

Citations

  1. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock, AR, http://www.ardemgaz.com/.
    Obituary of Kathryn M. Culpepper (#62268), published 27 Mar 2011.
  2. 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
  3. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock, AR, http://www.ardemgaz.com/.
    Obituary of John B. Culpepper (#62267), published 1 Sep 2000.

John Stephen Culpepper1

M, (23 November 1958 - 28 March 2003)
FatherJohn B. Culpepper1 (6 Sep 1931 - 30 Aug 2000)
Birth*23 November 1958 He was born on 23 November 1958.2 
SSN*1974 His Social Security Number was issued in 1974 in Arkansas.2 
Death*28 March 2003 He died at Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, on 28 March 2003 at age 44.2 
Last Edited14 March 2011

Citations

  1. Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock, AR, http://www.ardemgaz.com/.
    Obituary of John B. Culpepper (#62267), published 1 Sep 2000.
  2. 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

Fannie Ratliff1

F, (circa 1877 - )
Birth*circa 1877 She was born circa 1877 at Arkansas.2 
Marriage*say 1902 She married George B. Culpepper say 1902.1 
Married Namesay 1902  As of say 1902, her married name was Culpepper.1 
Married Namecirca 1909  As of circa 1909, her married name was Dodd.2 
Marriage*circa 1909 She married Andrew Jackson Dodd at Arkansas circa 1909.2 
(Wife) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Fannie was listed as Andrew Jackson Dodd's wife on the 1910 Census at Rison, Cleveland Co., Arkansas.2 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Fannie was listed as Andrew Jackson Dodd's wife on the 1920 Census at Niven, Jefferson Co., Arkansas.3 

Family 1

George B. Culpepper (November 1875 - circa 1908)
Children

Family 2

Child

Family 3

Andrew Jackson Dodd (circa 1861 - )
Last Edited14 March 2011

Citations

  1. G. B. Culpepper married Fannie Ratliff, Jefferson Co., AR, Book L, page 629.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 17, Sheet 4B, Pg 188B, genealogy.com IM-8, (18 Apr) Rison, Cleveland Co., AR
    Andrew J. Dodd, Head, M, W, 48, M2, md-0yrs, AR AL MS, Agent Sewing Machines
    Fannie Dodd, Wife, F, W, 32, M2, md-0yrs, Ch 3/3, AR AR AR
    Elmer A. Culpepper, Step-Son, M, W, 6, S, AR AR AR
    Benjamin Culpepper, Step-Son, M, W, 5, S, AR AR AR
    Elsie Culpepper, Step-Dau, 3, S, AR AR AR.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 122, Sheet 6B, Pg 161B, Anc.com IM-12, Niven, Jefferson Co., AR
    Jackson Dodd, Head, M, 57, M, AR AL MS, Farmer
    Fanny Dodd, Wife, F, 40, M, AR AR AR
    Andrew J. Dodd, Son, M, 8, S, AR AR AR
    Woodson B. Dodd, Son, M, 5, AR AR AR
    Beckie Lee Dodson, Dau, F, 3 0/12, S, AR AR AR
    Elmer Culpepper, S-Son, M, 16, S, AR AR AR, Farm Laborer
    Bennie Culpepper, S-Son, M, 14, S, AR AR AR, Farm Laborer
    Elsie Culpepper, S-Dau, F, 12, S, AR AR AR.