Ernest Leigh Culpepper

M, (29 October 1892 - 5 May 1955)
FatherJames Henry Culpepper (13 Sep 1860 - 15 Feb 1932)
MotherAmanda Josephine Brown (1 Aug 1857 - 27 Mar 1924)
Birth*29 October 1892 He was born on 29 October 1892 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.1 
(Son) 1900 Census1 June 1900 James, George and Ernest was listed as a son in James Henry Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.2 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Albert, George, John and Ernest was listed as a son in James Henry Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.3 
Marriage*14 June 1913 He married Sara Catherine Platt at Chatham Co., Georgia, on 14 June 1913 at age 20.4 
WWI Draft Reg*5 June 1917 Ernest registered for the WW-I draft on 5 June 1917 at Gilmerton, Norfolk Co., Virginia.1 
1920 Census*1 January 1920 Ernest was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Savannah, Chatham Co., Georgia.5 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 Ernest was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Williston, Barnwell Co., South Carolina.6 
Death*5 May 1955 He died at Walterboro, Colleton Co., South Carolina, on 5 May 1955 at age 62. 
Biography* From Vicki Lee White Smith, April 2002:
     Ernest Lee Culpepper was in the lumber business. He moved to Egypt, Georgia , as a young man and that is where he met my grandmother Catherine Platt.
     He was a self made man , who ended up very early owning his own lumber business. The Smoaks Lumber Company was the first name and then Culpepper Lumber Company in Cottageville, SC: He was a well respected and extremely successful business man. He also built my homes in Walterboro and at Edisto Beach, SC.
     Each of his sons worked for him and so did my father for a time.
 

Family

Sara Catherine Platt (3 August 1893 - 17 September 1978)
Children
Last Edited31 August 2012

Citations

  1. 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
    Ernest Lee Culpepper, age 24, Gilmerton, Norfolk Co., VA, born 29 Oct 1892 in Portsmouth, VA, Sawyer for J. L. Roper Lumber Co. in Gilmerton, VA, Dependents: Wife, Married, White, No prior military service, Claims no exemption from the draft, Medium Height, Medium Build, Brown eyes, Dark hair, not bald, no physical disqualifications; registered 5 Jun 1917 at Gilmerton, Norfolk Co., VA.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 4A, Family 66, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    James Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Sep 1860, 39, Md-18 yrs, VA/VA/NC, House Carpenter
    Josephine Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, 1857, 42, Md-18 yrs, ch 6/5, VA/VA/VA
    James E. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Nov 1883, 16, S, VA/VA/VA, Saw Mill Laborer
    George Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Oct 1888, 11, S, VA/VA/VA, At School
    Earnis Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Nov 1891, 8, S, VA/VA/VA, At School
    Susie Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Jan 1897, 3, S, VA/VA/VA, At School.
  3. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 52B, Family 35, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    J. H. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 49, Md1-26 yrs, Farmer-Farm Hand
    Josephine Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 50, Md1-26 yrs, ch 6/5, VA/VA/VA, None
    Albert Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 15, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    George Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 21, S, VA/VA/VA, Laborer-Yard
    Sam Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 19, S, VA/VA/VA, Laborer-Yard
    Earnest Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 17, S, VA/VA/VA, Laborer-Farm
    Susie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  4. Chatham County Court of the Ordinary, Chatham Co., GA Marriages Index, 1806-1950, Salt Lake City, UT: Genealogical Society of Utah , 1959, 2001, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. FHL US/CAN Film # 183,851.
    Ernest L. Culpepper on 14 Jun 1913 in Chatham Co., GA, Book Book Z-128 (Spouse not in index).
  5. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 79, page 25B, 307 Thirty-second Street East, Savannah, Chatham Co., GA
    Ernest Culpepper, Head, M, 27, M, VA/VA/VA, Mill Wright at Lead Plant
    Catherine Culpepper, Wife, F, 25, M, SC/SC/SC
    Clifford Culpepper, Son, M, 3/12, S, GA/VA/SC.
  6. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 20, Sheet 3B, Lines 73-77, Bartley's Lumber Hill Settlement, Williston, Barnwell Co., SC
    Rent=$12, Radio=Y, Farm=N
    Ernest L. Culpepper, Head, M, 37, [email protected], VA/VA/VA, Lumber Mill Supt., Vet=N
    Sarah R. Culpepper, Wife, F, 35, [email protected], SC/SC/SC
    Clifton Culpepper, Son, M, 10, Sng, GA/VA/SC
    Virginia B. Culpepper, Daughter, F, 7, Sng, SC/VA/SC
    Ernest L. Culpepper Jr., Son, M, 2 2/12, Sng, NC/VA/SC.

Susie Culpepper1

F, (16 October 1896 - 9 March 1966)
FatherJames Henry Culpepper (13 Sep 1860 - 15 Feb 1932)
MotherAmanda Josephine Brown (1 Aug 1857 - 27 Mar 1924)
Note* This was probably the Susie Barnes who was born 16 Oct 1896, and who died in March 1966, in Portsmouth, VA, according to the SSDI. 
Birth*16 October 1896 She was born on 16 October 1896 at Norfolk Co., Virginia.2,3 
(Daughter) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Susie was listed as a daughter in James Henry Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.2 
(Daughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Susie was listed as a daughter in James Henry Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.4 
Marriage*circa 1913 She married Marion Barnes at Virginia circa 1913. 
Married Namecirca 1913  As of circa 1913, her married name was Barnes. 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Susie was listed as a daughter in James Henry Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.5 
Death*9 March 1966 She died at Virginia on 9 March 1966 at age 69.3 
Burial*circa 12 March 1966 Her body was interred circa 12 March 1966 at Barnes-Culpepper Family Cemetery, Deep Creek, Chesapeake (city), Virginia.3 
Biography*  (an unknown value.) 

Family

Marion Barnes (19 August 1888 - 14 August 1937)
Children
Last Edited27 October 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail written Aug 2000 to Culpepper Connections from Margaret Dawn Culpepper Stewart (#39985), e-mail address.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 4A, Family 66, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    James Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Sep 1860, 39, Md-18 yrs, VA/VA/NC, House Carpenter
    Josephine Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, 1857, 42, Md-18 yrs, ch 6/5, VA/VA/VA
    James E. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Nov 1883, 16, S, VA/VA/VA, Saw Mill Laborer
    George Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Oct 1888, 11, S, VA/VA/VA, At School
    Earnis Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Nov 1891, 8, S, VA/VA/VA, At School
    Susie Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Jan 1897, 3, S, VA/VA/VA, At School.
  3. Find a Grave (online database)
    http://www.findagrave.com
    Barnes-Culpepper Family Cemetery, Chesapeake (city), VA
    + Barnes, Marion H., 13981983, Aug. 19, 1888 - Aug. 14, 1937
    + Barnes, Susie Culpepper, 13981987, Oct. 16, 1896 - Mar. 9, 1966.
  4. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 52B, Family 35, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    J. H. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 49, Md1-26 yrs, Farmer-Farm Hand
    Josephine Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 50, Md1-26 yrs, ch 6/5, VA/VA/VA, None
    Albert Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 15, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    George Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 21, S, VA/VA/VA, Laborer-Yard
    Sam Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 19, S, VA/VA/VA, Laborer-Yard
    Earnest Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 17, S, VA/VA/VA, Laborer-Farm
    Susie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  5. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 128, Sheet 24A-B, Family 461, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    James H. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 59, Md, VA/VA/NC, Carpenter-Home
    Josephine Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 62, Md, VA/VA/VA
    George Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 32, S, VA/VA/VA, Farmer-Truck Farm
    Susie Barnes, Daughter, F, Wh, 23, Md, VA/VA/VA
    Marion Barnes Son-in-law, M, Wh, 32, PA/NC/MD, Painter-Navy Yard
    Josephine Barnes, Granddaughter, F, Wh, 4  11/12, S, VA/PA/VA
    Marrian Barnes, Grandson, F, Wh, 2 5/12, S, VA/PA/VA.

Lauretta Whitley1

F, (February 1872 - )
Birth*February 1872 Lauretta was born at Virginia in February 1872. 
Marriage*1893 She married John Andrew Culpepper at Pasquotank Co., North Carolina, in 1893.1,2 
Married Name1893  As of 1893, her married name was Culpepper.1 
(Wife) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Lauretta was listed as John Andrew Culpepper's wife on the 1900 Census at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.2 
1920 Census*1 January 1920 Lauretta was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Marshall Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.3 

Family

John Andrew Culpepper (19 September 1848 - 20 March 1912)
Last Edited3 September 2012

Citations

  1. North Carolina State Archives, compiler, North Carolina Marriage Collection, 1741-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8909
    John A Culpepper, White, Male, married Lauretta Whitley in 1893 in Pasquotank Co., NC.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED122, Page 11A, Family 227, Cooke Street, Ward 5, Portsmouth (city), VA
    John Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Sep 1849, 50, Md-7 yrs, VA/VA/VA, Coppersmith
    Lauretta Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Feb 1872, 28, Md-7 yrs, ch 0/0, VA/VA/VA.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 184, Sheet 15A, Family 322, 276 Cook Street, Marshall Ward, Portsmouth (city), VA
    Lauretta Culpepper, Head, F, Wh, 47, Wd, VA/VA/VA.

Ida Frances Peterson

F, (28 February 1877 - 31 August 1954)
Birth*28 February 1877 She was born on 28 February 1877 at Virginia.1 
Marriage*16 April 1896 She married John Filmore Culpepper at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 16 April 1896 at age 19.2 
Married Name16 April 1896  As of 16 April 1896, her married name was Culpepper.2 
(Wife) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Ida was listed as John Filmore Culpepper's wife on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.1 
(Wife) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Ida was listed as John Filmore Culpepper's wife on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.3 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Ida was listed as John Filmore Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.4 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Ida was listed as John Filmore Culpepper's wife on the 1930 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.5 
Death*31 August 1954 She died on 31 August 1954 at age 77. 
Burial*3 September 1954 Her body was interred on 3 September 1954 at Culpepper Family Cemetery, Deep Creek, Chesapeake (city), Virginia

Family

John Filmore Culpepper (1 March 1871 - 4 January 1959)
Children
Last Edited22 October 2012

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 7A, Family 121, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Mar 1871, 29, Md-4 yrs, VA/VA/VA, Grocer
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Feb 1877, 22, Md-4 yrs, ch 3/2, VA/VA/VA
    Linley Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Mar 1898, 2, S, VA/VA/VA
    Turner Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, August 1899, 9/12, S, VA/VA/VA.
  2. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Marriages, 1852-1910 Dorothy Forehand Wise-Kincaide (Transcriber) , 2001.
    Jno. F. Culpepper (of Deep Creek married VA, age 25 ) and Ida J. Peterson (of VA, age 19) married 16 Apr 1896 in Camden Co., NC.
  3. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 11B, Family 199, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 35, Md1-14 yrs, VA/VA/VA, Farmer-Truck farm
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 30, Md1-14 yrs, ch 4/3, VA/VA/VA, None
    Lurley A. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Turner F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 10, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Mercide F. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 7, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 129, Sheet 6A, Family 118, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 47, Md, VA/VA/VA, Farmer-Truck Farm
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 40, Md, VA/VA/VA, None
    Lesley E. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 22, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Turner F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 20, S, VA/VA/VA, Labor-Farm Labor
    Mercade F. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 16, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  5. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA, ED 6, Page 2B, Family 38 (3 Apr 1930)
    John F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 57, [email protected], VA/VA/VA, Farmer, Vet=No
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 51, [email protected], VA/Sweden/VA
    Mercede Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 25, sng, VA/VA/VA.

Lurley C. Culpepper1

F, (March 1898 - )
FatherJohn Filmore Culpepper (1 Mar 1871 - 4 Jan 1959)
MotherIda Frances Peterson (28 Feb 1877 - 31 Aug 1954)
Name Variation She was also known as Linley.2 
Birth*March 1898 She was born in March 1898 at Norfolk Co., Virginia.2 
(Daughter) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Lurley was listed as a daughter in John Filmore Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.2 
(Daughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Lurley and Mercedes was listed as a daughter in John Filmore Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.3 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Lurley and Mercedes was listed as a daughter in John Filmore Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.4 
Marriage*14 September 1931 She married George Frederick Brown on 14 September 1931 at age 33. 
Married Name14 September 1931  As of 14 September 1931, her married name was Brown. 

Family

George Frederick Brown (say 1896 - )
Last Edited2 July 2012

Citations

  1. The Descendants of Robert Culpeper and Elizabeth Bracket, Harry Linwood Monell - sent by Diane Mathena, e-mail address, to Lew Griffin, 28 Aug 1993.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 7A, Family 121, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Mar 1871, 29, Md-4 yrs, VA/VA/VA, Grocer
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Feb 1877, 22, Md-4 yrs, ch 3/2, VA/VA/VA
    Linley Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Mar 1898, 2, S, VA/VA/VA
    Turner Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, August 1899, 9/12, S, VA/VA/VA.
  3. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 11B, Family 199, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 35, Md1-14 yrs, VA/VA/VA, Farmer-Truck farm
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 30, Md1-14 yrs, ch 4/3, VA/VA/VA, None
    Lurley A. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Turner F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 10, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Mercide F. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 7, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 129, Sheet 6A, Family 118, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 47, Md, VA/VA/VA, Farmer-Truck Farm
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 40, Md, VA/VA/VA, None
    Lesley E. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 22, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Turner F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 20, S, VA/VA/VA, Labor-Farm Labor
    Mercade F. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 16, S, VA/VA/VA, None.

Turner Filmore Culpepper1

M, (14 September 1899 - 3 July 1981)
FatherJohn Filmore Culpepper (1 Mar 1871 - 4 Jan 1959)
MotherIda Frances Peterson (28 Feb 1877 - 31 Aug 1954)
Birth*14 September 1899 He was born on 14 September 1899 at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.2,3 
(Son) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Turner was listed as a son in John Filmore Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.4 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Turner was listed as a son in John Filmore Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.5 
WWI Draft Reg*12 September 1918 Turner registered for the WW-I draft, naming John Filmore Culpepper as his nearest relative, on 12 September 1918 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.6 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Turner was listed as a son in John Filmore Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.7 
Marriage*3 September 1921 He married Louise N. Culpepper at Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 3 September 1921 at age 21. 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 Turner was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Craddock Twp, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.8 
1940 Census*1 April 1940 Turner was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., Virginia.9 
SSN*1960 His Social Security Number was issued in 1960 in Virginia.3 
Death*3 July 1981 He died at Chesapeake (city), Virginia, on 3 July 1981 at age 81.3 
Burial*circa 6 July 1981 His body was interred circa 6 July 1981 at Culpepper Family Cemetery, Deep Creek, Chesapeake (city), Virginia.2 

Family

Louise N. Culpepper (12 April 1902 - 25 January 1989)
Children
Last Edited30 October 2012

Citations

  1. The Descendants of Robert Culpeper and Elizabeth Bracket, Harry Linwood Monell - sent by Diane Mathena, e-mail address, to Lew Griffin, 28 Aug 1993.
  2. Find a Grave (online database)
    http://www.findagrave.com
    Culpepper Family Cemetery, Off Old Mill Road, Chesapeake (city), VA
    + Culpepper, Turner E (sic) 32540841, Sep. 14, 1899 - Jul. 3, 1981
    + Culpepper, Louise N 32540869, Apr. 12, 1902 - Jan. 25, 1989.
  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. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 7A, Family 121, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Mar 1871, 29, Md-4 yrs, VA/VA/VA, Grocer
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Feb 1877, 22, Md-4 yrs, ch 3/2, VA/VA/VA
    Linley Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Mar 1898, 2, S, VA/VA/VA
    Turner Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, August 1899, 9/12, S, VA/VA/VA.
  5. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 11B, Family 199, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 35, Md1-14 yrs, VA/VA/VA, Farmer-Truck farm
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 30, Md1-14 yrs, ch 4/3, VA/VA/VA, None
    Lurley A. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Turner F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 10, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Mercide F. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 7, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  6. 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
    Turner Filmore Culpepper, RFD#2, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA, age 18, born 14 Sep 1899, White, Farming for J. F. Culpepper (father) in RFD#2, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA; Nearest relative: J. F. Culpepper (father), RFD#2, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA, Tall Height, Slender Build, Blue eyes, Brown hair, no physical disqualifications; registered 12 Sep 1918 at Portsmouth, VA (signed with his mark).
  7. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 129, Sheet 6A, Family 118, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    John F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 47, Md, VA/VA/VA, Farmer-Truck Farm
    Ida F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 40, Md, VA/VA/VA, None
    Lesley E. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 22, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Turner F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 20, S, VA/VA/VA, Labor-Farm Labor
    Mercade F. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 16, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  8. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA, ED 4, Page 11A, Family 256, Cradock Twp (11 Apr 1930)
    Turner F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 30, [email protected], VA/VA/NC, Assembler/Auto Factory, Vet=No
    Louise N. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 27, [email protected], VA/VA/VA
    Marjorie L. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 7, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Joyce L. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 5, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Turner Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 1 6/12, sng, VA/VA/VA.
  9. 1940 (16th) US Census, compiled by the US Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls., Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2442
    Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA, ED 65-6, Web Pages 15-16 (27 May 1940)
    Lines 40-46, Mill Bridge Road
    Turner F. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 39, md, VA, 1935 in same house, Oiler/Marine?
    Louise N. Culpepper (r), Wife, F, Wh, 37, md, VA, 1935 in same house
    Marjorie L. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 17, sng, VA, 1935 in same house
    Joyce L. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 15, sng, VA, 1935 in same house
    Turner F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 11, sng, VA, 1935 in same house
    Richard M. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 7, sng, VA, 1935 in same house
    Gayle L. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 2, sng, VA.

Margaret Massie Parkerson1

F, (13 September 1872 - 6 September 1931)
Birth*13 September 1872 Margaret was born at Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 13 September 1872. She was the daughter of William Thomas Jacob Parkerson and Rhonda Catherine Goodson.1 
Married NameJanuary 1890  As of January 1890, her married name was Culpepper. 
Marriage*22 January 1890 She married Joseph Newton Culpepper at Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 22 January 1890 at age 17.2,1 
(Wife) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Margaret was listed as Joseph Newton Culpepper's wife on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.3 
(Wife) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Margaret was listed as Joseph Newton Culpepper's wife on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.4 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Margaret was listed as Joseph Newton Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.5 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Margaret was listed as Joseph Newton Culpepper's wife on the 1930 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.6 
Death*6 September 1931 She died at Portsmouth (city), Virginia, on 6 September 1931 at age 58.1 

Family

Joseph Newton Culpepper (10 May 1864 - 1 November 1931)
Children
Last Edited7 September 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail and Family Report written 21 Apr 2011 to Warren Culpepper from Albert Oliver 'Bert' Floyd Jr. (gs/o #1262), e-mail address.
  2. Jan Dool, compiler, Marriages from Norfolk County, VA newspapers.
    http://hometown.aol.com/jdool90830/jano.htm
  3. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 5A, Family 80, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    Joseph Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, May 1864, 36, Md-10 yrs, VA/VA/NC, Grocer
    Margt M. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Sep 1872, 27, Md-10 yrs, ch 6/3, VA/VA/VA
    Martha G. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Dec 1892, 7, S, VA/VA/VA, At school
    Evelin V. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Aug 1896, 3, S, VA/VA/VA
    Maggie M. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Jan 1900, 4/12, S, VA/VA/VA.
  4. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 13B, Family 233, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    Joseph N. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 45, Md1-20 yrs, VA/NC/VC, Merchant-Grocery Store
    Margaretta M. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 36, Md1-20 yrs, ch 10/6, VA/VA/VA, None
    Martha Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 18, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Evelyn Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Maggie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 10, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Norman Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 8, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Robert Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 3, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Annie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 11/12, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  5. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 129, Page 9A, Family 172, Gaulberry Road, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA (9 Jan 1920)
    Joseph N. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 55, md, VA/VA/NC, Farmer
    Margaret Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 47, md, VA/VA/VA
    Evelyn V. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 23, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Maggie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 20, sng, VA/VA/VA, Teacher/Public School
    Norman F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 17, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Robert H. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 12, sng, VA/VA/VA.
  6. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA, ED 3, Page 9A, Family 176, Gallberry Road (14 Apr 1930)
    Joseph N. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 65, [email protected], VA/VA/NC, Farmer, Vet=No
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 57, [email protected], VA/VA/VA
    Evelyn V. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 33, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Norman F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 27, sng, VA/VA/VA, Laborer/Farm
    Robert H. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 23, sng, VA/VA/VA, Salesman/General Merchandise.

Martha Gertrude Culpepper1

F, (29 December 1891 - 8 December 1940)
FatherJoseph Newton Culpepper1 (10 May 1864 - 1 Nov 1931)
MotherMargaret Massie Parkerson1 (13 Sep 1872 - 6 Sep 1931)
Birth*29 December 1891 Martha was born at Yadkin/Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 29 December 1891.2,1 
(Daughter) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Martha, Evelyn and Margaret was listed as a daughter in Joseph Newton Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.3 
(Daughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Martha, Evelyn, Margaret and Annie was listed as a daughter in Joseph Newton Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.4 
Married Name16 February 1916  As of 16 February 1916, her married name was Sattlethight.1 
Marriage*16 February 1916 She married Steven Sturgess Sattlethight on 16 February 1916 at age 24.1 
Death*8 December 1940 She died at Yadkin/Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 8 December 1940 at age 48.1 
Burial*say 12 December 1941 Her body was interred say 12 December 1941 at Olive Branch Cemetery, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.5 

Family

Steven Sturgess Sattlethight (15 September 1893 - 2 July 1941)
Last Edited7 January 2017

Citations

  1. E-mail and Family Report written 21 Apr 2011 to Warren Culpepper from Albert Oliver 'Bert' Floyd Jr. (gs/o #1262), e-mail address.
  2. Birth Records, 1880-1896, Virginia Bureau of Vital Statistics, LDS Film 2026342.
  3. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 5A, Family 80, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    Joseph Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, May 1864, 36, Md-10 yrs, VA/VA/NC, Grocer
    Margt M. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Sep 1872, 27, Md-10 yrs, ch 6/3, VA/VA/VA
    Martha G. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Dec 1892, 7, S, VA/VA/VA, At school
    Evelin V. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Aug 1896, 3, S, VA/VA/VA
    Maggie M. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Jan 1900, 4/12, S, VA/VA/VA.
  4. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 13B, Family 233, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    Joseph N. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 45, Md1-20 yrs, VA/NC/VC, Merchant-Grocery Store
    Margaretta M. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 36, Md1-20 yrs, ch 10/6, VA/VA/VA, None
    Martha Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 18, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Evelyn Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Maggie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 10, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Norman Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 8, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Robert Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 3, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Annie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 11/12, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  5. R. Kirk Culpepper. <e-mail address>

Evelyn Virginia Culpepper1

F, (25 August 1896 - 8 March 1965)
FatherJoseph Newton Culpepper1 (10 May 1864 - 1 Nov 1931)
MotherMargaret Massie Parkerson1 (13 Sep 1872 - 6 Sep 1931)
Birth*25 August 1896 Evelyn was born at Yadkin/Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 25 August 1896.1 
(Daughter) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Martha, Evelyn and Margaret was listed as a daughter in Joseph Newton Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.2 
(Daughter) Photographedbetween 1908 and 1912 She appeared as a daughter in a family photograph between 1908 and 1912
From Bert Floyd Jr.:
The photo on the way to school shows Joseph Newton Culpepper in the background, Norm has the reins, Evelyn and Maggie in back of wagon, don't know who small boy in seat is. Country store is now gone, but was next to the N&W RR tracks in Yadkin. Yadkin RR stop (station) was behind photographer. They are on the way to school in Deep Creek. Don't know date of photo, best guess is 1908-12.1 
(Daughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Martha, Evelyn, Margaret and Annie was listed as a daughter in Joseph Newton Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.3 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Evelyn and Margaret was listed as a daughter in Joseph Newton Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.4 
(Daughter) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Evelyn was listed as a daughter in Joseph Newton Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., Virginia.5 
Married Name4 January 1933  As of 4 January 1933, her married name was Garrett.1 
Marriage*4 January 1933 She married William Henry Garrett Sr. on 4 January 1933 at age 36.1 
Death*8 March 1965 She died at Norfolk (city), Virginia, on 8 March 1965 at age 68.1 

Family

William Henry Garrett Sr. (28 September 1893 - )
Last Edited7 September 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail and Family Report written 21 Apr 2011 to Warren Culpepper from Albert Oliver 'Bert' Floyd Jr. (gs/o #1262), e-mail address.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 34, Page 5A, Family 80, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA
    Joseph Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, May 1864, 36, Md-10 yrs, VA/VA/NC, Grocer
    Margt M. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Sep 1872, 27, Md-10 yrs, ch 6/3, VA/VA/VA
    Martha G. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Dec 1892, 7, S, VA/VA/VA, At school
    Evelin V. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Aug 1896, 3, S, VA/VA/VA
    Maggie M. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Jan 1900, 4/12, S, VA/VA/VA.
  3. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 70, Sheet 13B, Family 233, Deep Creek District, Norfolk Co., VA
    Joseph N. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 45, Md1-20 yrs, VA/NC/VC, Merchant-Grocery Store
    Margaretta M. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 36, Md1-20 yrs, ch 10/6, VA/VA/VA, None
    Martha Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 18, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Evelyn Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 13, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Maggie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 10, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Norman Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 8, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Robert Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 3, S, VA/VA/VA, None
    Annie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 11/12, S, VA/VA/VA, None.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 129, Page 9A, Family 172, Gaulberry Road, Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA (9 Jan 1920)
    Joseph N. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 55, md, VA/VA/NC, Farmer
    Margaret Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 47, md, VA/VA/VA
    Evelyn V. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 23, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Maggie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 20, sng, VA/VA/VA, Teacher/Public School
    Norman F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 17, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Robert H. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 12, sng, VA/VA/VA.
  5. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., VA, ED 3, Page 9A, Family 176, Gallberry Road (14 Apr 1930)
    Joseph N. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 65, [email protected], VA/VA/NC, Farmer, Vet=No
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 57, [email protected], VA/VA/VA
    Evelyn V. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 33, sng, VA/VA/VA
    Norman F. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 27, sng, VA/VA/VA, Laborer/Farm
    Robert H. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 23, sng, VA/VA/VA, Salesman/General Merchandise.

Christian Warren

F, (circa 1732 - )
FatherThomas Warren (s 1702 - b 1761)
MotherChristian (?) (s 1702 - b 20 Sep 1764)
Birth*circa 1732 Christian was born circa 1732. 
Married Namecirca 1761  As of circa 1761, her married name was Culpepper. 
Marriage*circa 1761 She married Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC at Norfolk Co., Virginia, circa 1761. 
Deed*17 February 1762 She granted a deed on 17 February 1762 at Southside of Deep Creek, Norfolk Co., Virginia,

Deed Bk 20, p 135. Henry Culpepper and wife Christian to John Rutter for £22, 25 acres on the South side of Deep Creek of the South Branch of the Elizabeth River, bounding John Rutter, John Hewlett, and William Cherry. Wit: Thomas Cherry, Sarah Cherry, Emanuel Satchwell. 17 Feb 1762.1 
Deed1 December 1763 She granted a deed, with Henry Culpepper III, of Norfolk Co., VA as a previous landowner on 1 December 1763

Deed Bk 22, p 27. Henry Culpepper and Christian Culpepper his wife of Currituck Co to John Rutter of Norfolk Co, VA, for £22, 25 acres of the South side of Deep Creek of the South Branch of the Elizabeth River, bounding John Rutter, John Hewlett, and William Cherry, which formerly belonged to Henry Culpepper and by descent fell to his son Henry being heir at law to the said land. Wit: Thomas Williams, John Williams, Phebe Williams, and Sarah Williams. 1 Dec 1763.1 

Family

Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC (circa 1729 - after 14 October 1793)
Children
Last Edited15 August 2011

Citations

  1. Norfolk Co, VA Deeds, .

Willis Carter1

M, (say 1917 - )
Birth*say 1917 He was born say 1917.1 
Marriage*19 May 1940 He married Willie Florence Hamlin at Terrell Co., Georgia, on 19 May 1940.1 

Family

Willie Florence Hamlin (8 January 1919 - 20 May 2010)
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited15 December 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written Nov 2011 to Lew Griffin from Sharon Ann (Hamlin) Shaver (ID: 62801), e-mail address.

Willis Culpepper of Norfolk Co., VA

M, (say 1750 - before 1820)
FatherHenry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC (c 1729 - a 14 Oct 1793)
MotherFrances Llewelling1 (s 1731 - bt 1751 - 1770)
DNA* Willis has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of Henry Culpepper, III, who is a son of Henry Culpepper, Jr. of Lower Norfolk, VA, the son of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, the American Culpepper progenitor. 
Birth*say 1750 Willis was born at Norfolk Co., Virginia, say 1750. 
(Heir) Will29 November 1770 John, Annas, Chloe, Lydia, Abigail, Willis and Fanny named as heir(s) in the will of Frances Llewelling at Tyrrell Co., North Carolina, on 29 November 1770.2 
Note* Willis was identified as a grandchild in Frances Llewelling's will.2 
Marriage*23 November 1780 He married Elizabeth Ellis at Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 23 November 1780. Thomas Ellis was the surety affirming that there was no moral or legal reason why the couple could not be married.3 
Tax List*1782 He was listed in a tax list at Portsmouth Parish, Norfolk Co., Virginia, in 1782.4 
Census*1782 A census listed Willis as head of household at Norfolk Co., Virginia, in 1782. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unaccounted for were 2 Whites and 1 Black..5 
Deed*1 October 1790 He granted a deed on 1 October 1790 at Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia,

1 Oct 1790 -- Deed Bk 32, p 140. Willis and Elizabeth Culpepper of Portsmouth to Henry Aberdeen of Portsmouth, for £18, a lot at Dinwiddie and Glasgow Streets, one-half of lot no. 136 in Westminster Square. Wit: John Godfrey, Tubman Laws, Thomas Crafts.6 
1810 Census*6 August 1810 Willis was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia. ..7 
Deed11 March 1812 He granted a deed to Edward N. Grant, witnessed by Fanny Culpepper, with Tamer Hodges as an adjacent landowner on 11 March 1812 at Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia,

11 Mar 1812 -- Deed Bk 45, p 252. Willis Culpepper and wife Elizabeth of the town of Portsmouth to son-in-law Edward Grant, for good will, land in Portsmouth adj. Tamer Hodges on Glasgow Street, #67 in Elizabeth Square. Wit: John Kemp, Susan Bowers, and Fanny Culpepper.
     This land was previously owned by Henry Culpepper as can be seen from this deed:
8 Mar 1754 -- Deed Bk 17, p 70. William Crawford, Gentleman, of town of Portsmouth to Henry Culpepper, Shipwright, lot number 67 at the corner of Middle and Glasgow Street on Elizabeth Square in Portsmouth.6 
Death*before 1820 He died at Norfolk Co., Virginia, before 1820.8 
Biography* In 1790, and in 1812 (see above), Willis Culpepper sold lots in Portsmouth which had originally been purchased by Henry Culpepper (husband of Christian Warren) years earlier, which suggests that Willis was most likely a son of this Henry and Christian. There is no record of Henry's sale of the lots to anyone.

It is possible that he sold them to Daniel Culpepper, son of Robert Jr., who owned an adjacent lot in Portsmouth, and that the deed was never recorded. In that case, Willis could have acquired the lots from Daniel, and could be the nephew of Daniel Culpepper. In that case he could be the Willis Culpepper mentioned as "grandson" in the will of Frances Llewellyn, 1775, Martin Co, NC (Martin Co. NC Will Book 1, p. 18). Willis is not mentioned in the will of either Henry or Henry's cousin Daniel. 
Deed*1 May 1827 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted to Joseph Culpepper on 1 May 1827

1 May 1827 -- Deed Bk 53, p 260. John Richardson to Joseph Culpepper for $640, land in Portsmouth on Middle Street, which belonged to Willis Culpepper, deceased. This is per an order to sell land from the County Court sitting in Chancery, a suit of Edward N. Grant and wife Abby as plaintiffs and John Talbot and wife Fanny as defendants.

(This land had been purchased by Willis's father Henry.)6 
Research note*15 May 2004 Based on land records, Willis is considered a known son of Henry Culpepper and Frances Llewelling. 

Family

Elizabeth Ellis (circa 1762 - 13 June 1825)
Children
Last Edited6 October 2011

Citations

  1. Warren H. 'Dick' Culpepper (#6860), Culpeppers of England and America, Provo, Utah: Stevenson's Genealogy Center, 2008.
    p. 324.
  2. Will of Frances Llewelling, 29 Nov 1670, Tyrrell Co., NC, Source unknown.
  3. Virginia) Daughters of the American Revolution. Fort Nelson Chapter (Portsmouth, Marriage Bonds of Norfolk County, Virginia, Oct. 5, 1706 - Dec. 31, 1850, Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah , 1970, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film 850091 Item 4.
    Willis Culpepper and Elizabeth Ellis married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 23 Nov 1780, Thomas Ellis, surety.
  4. Transcribed by Lew Griffin from Film, Norfolk County Virginia Personal Property Tax Rolls, Salt Lake City, UT: Gnealogical Society of Utah , Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 1,870,174#2 & 1,905,762#2.
    Portsmouth Parish. AA List taken agreeable to an Order of Court by William Booker
    Willis Culpepper, 1 male, 1 horse.
  5. Peter Smith, The Lower Norfolk County Virginia Antiquarian, NY, 1951.
    Vol. 5, pp. 134-135. (A list of the families of Whites & blacks thats on the south side of Western branch as fear as new Mill Creek. Taking by Wm Booker.)
    Willis Culpepper, 4 White, 1 Black.
  6. Norfolk Co, VA Deeds, .
  7. 1810 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 140, Genealogy.com Page 270/Image 16, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA
    Willis Culpepper, 3 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  8. Norfolk Co, VA Deeds, .
    Bk 53, p 260.
  9. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 362, Ancestry.com images 31-32, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Willis Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M15-20, 1 M30-40, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves.

Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC1

M, (29 December 1752 - 18 March 1825)
FatherHenry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC2 (c 1729 - a 14 Oct 1793)
MotherFrances Llewelling (s 1731 - bt 1751 - 1770)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC 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*29 December 1752 Peter was born at Norfolk Co., Virginia, on 29 December 1752. Whaley Bible record. 
Marriage*circa 1777 He married Mary McPherson circa 1777. That Peter's wife Mary was a McPherson is based on the following:
     20 Aug 1788 -- Peter Culpepper of Currituck Co. agrees to drop suit against Demsey McPharson, executor of Daniel McPharson, deceased. Witnesses: _____ Spence and Gabriel Taylor (Camden Co. NC Deed Book D, p. 348). The Daniel McPherson estate should be examined. 
Tax roll*1779 He registered to pay taxes at Currituck Co., North Carolina, in 1779.
     Peter appears in "A list of the Married men in the County of Currituck that pays a Poll Tax for the Year 1779 taken from the Assessment Book."3 
Deed12 August 1784 He was granted a deed on 12 August 1784 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 4, p. 272, Currituck Co., NC: 12 Aug 1784. Solomon Etheridge and wife Mary to Peter Culpepper, all of Currituck Co., for £50, 50 acres adjacent to Lewis Cox and William Powers. Witnesses: James Overton and Jo. Stark (Jurat).4 
Deed*6 September 1786 He was granted a deed by Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC on 6 September 1786 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 5, p. 182, Currituck Co., NC: 6 Sep 1786. Henry Culpepper gives power of attorney to his son Peter Culpepper.... Witnesses: Willis Etheridge, George _____.4 
(Deed Witness) Deed23 May 1788 He witnessed a deed grant by Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC to Thomas Edward Culpepper of Norfolk Co., VA on 23 May 1788 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 5, p. 330, Currituck Co., NC: 23 May 1788. Henry Culpepper, Sr. to Thomas Culpepper, for £50, Culpepper’s Island, consisting of 50 acres. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper, Joshua Culpepper, Henry Culpepper.4 
Deed10 July 1788 He was granted a deed on 10 July 1788 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 6, p. 235, Currituck Co., NC: 10 Jul 1788. Samuel Johnston, Esquire, to Peter Culpepper, a grant of 88 acres at £10 per 100 acres, adjacent to McPherson, Powers, and the Virginia state line.4 
Deed*20 August 1788 He granted a deed on 20 August 1788 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Peter Culpepper of Currituck Co. agrees to drop suit against Demsey McPharson, executor of Daniel McPharson, deceased. Witnesses: _____ Spence and Gabriel Taylor.5 
Deed28 August 1788 He was granted a deed on 28 August 1788 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 5, p. 374, Currituck Co., NC: 28 Aug 1788. Demsey McPherson of Camden Co. to Peter Culpepper of Currituck Co., for £50, 28 acres adjacent to Richard Etheridge and the Virginia state line. Witnesses: Samuel Spence and Gabriel Taylor.4 
Deed*7 September 1789 He granted a deed on 7 September 1789 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 6, p. 72, Currituck Co., NC: 7 Sep 1789. Peter Culpepper and Mary Culpepper, his wife to Nathan Etheridge, 50 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District (Currituck Co., NC.)4 
1790 Census*2 August 1790 Peter was listed as the head of a family on the 1790 Census on 2 August 1790 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.6 
(Deed Witness) Deed7 December 1791 He witnessed a deed grant to Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC on 7 December 1791 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 6, p. 211, Currituck Co., NC: 7 Dec 1791. Lewis Cox and wife Dinah to Henry Culpepper, Jr., for £50, 50 acres in the backwoods in Moyock District, adjacent to Josiah Cherry. Lewis’s wife Dinah relinquishes her dower rights. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper, David Minby, and Edward Doughty, Jr. 
Deed31 August 1792 He was granted a deed on 31 August 1792 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 6, p. 234, Currituck Co., NC: 31 Aug 1792. Alex Martin, Esquire, to Peter Culpepper, a grant of 47½ acres for 50 shillings per acre, adjacent to Luke Cherry and the Virginia state line.4 
(Deed Witness) Deed14 October 1793 He witnessed a deed grant by Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC to Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC, with Thomas Edward Culpepper of Norfolk Co., VA as an adjacent landowner on 14 October 1793 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 7, p. 58, Currituck Co., NC: 14 Oct 1793. Henry Culpepper, Sr., to Nicholas Culpepper, Jr., for £11, 50 acres adjacent to Thomas Culpepper, and David Creekmur. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper and Mary Culpepper.4 
Deed2 May 1794 He was granted a deed on 2 May 1794 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 7, p. 44, Currituck Co., NC: 2 May 1794. Willis Powers to Peter Culpepper for $4, 80 square rods adjacent to the Virginia state line, Edward Doughty, and Jeremiah Sexton. Witnesses: George Powers, David Mintz, and Edward Doughty.4 
Deed2 August 1794 He was granted a deed on 2 August 1794 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 7, p. 92, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Aug 1794. Aaron Brite, executor of Richard Etheridge of Camden Co., to Peter Culpepper, for £72, 50 acres adjacent to Daniel McCoy and Daniel McPherson. Witnesses: Daniel McPherson and Jesse Etheridge.4 
Deed1 April 1797 He witnessed a deed grant on 1 April 1797 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 7, p. 452, Currituck Co., NC: 1 Apr 1797. Nathan Etheridge of Norfolk Virginia to Christian Taylor of Currituck County, 120 silver dollars. Bordered by James Rivers line. Signed Nathan (x - his mark) Etheridge. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper and Josiah Etheridge. May Term.4 
1800 Census*4 August 1800 Peter was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..7 
Deed24 October 1800 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Mason Culpepper on 24 October 1800 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 8, p. 273, Currituck Co., NC: 24 Oct 1800. Jesse Etheridge to Peter Culpepper, for $193, 96 acres in Moyock District. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper and Moses Etheridge.4 
DeedFebruary 1801 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Mason Culpepper and Thomas Edward Culpepper of Norfolk Co., VA in February 1801 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 3, p. 130, Currituck Co., NC: Feb 1801. Malachi Bright, orphan of William Bright, and Francis and Richard Overton, are bound to Peter Culpepper. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper and Thomas Culpepper.4 
DeedJune 1802 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Mason Culpepper in June 1802 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 3, p. 332, Currituck Co., NC: Jun 1802. George McPherson to Peter Culpepper, 28 acres. Witness: Mason Culpepper.4 
Deed6 June 1804 He was granted a deed on 6 June 1804 at Little Bride's Parish, Norfolk Co., Virginia,

This was perhaps the Peter Culpepper who received a grant of 121 acres in Little Brides Parish, Norfolk Co., VA, on 6 Jun 1804. The grant began "at a gum standing in the line that divides North Carolina and this state, thence to a beech standing in Moses Ballance's line."8 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed9 November 1806 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Edith (?) and Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC to James Henry Culpepper, witnessed by James Powers on 9 November 1806 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 9, p. 251, Currituck Co., NC: 9 Nov 1806. Henry Culpepper and wife Eady Culpepper to James Culpepper for $75, 25 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Peter Culpepper, Josiah Cherry, and William Powers. Witnesses: James Powers, etc.4 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed2 October 1808 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by James Henry Culpepper to Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC, witnessed by Warren Culpepper on 2 October 1808

Book 10, p. 70, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Oct 1808. James Culpepper to Henry Culpepper for $65, land in the backwoods of Moyock District adjacent to Peter Culpepper (#399), William Powers, and Henry Culpepper (#405). Witnesses: Warren Culpepper (#409) and William Spence.4 
Deed*7 October 1808 He witnessed a deed grant to Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 7 October 1808 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book M, p. 183: 7 Oct 1808 — Peter Overton to Nicholas Culpepper for $300, 50 acres adjacent to John McCoy and John Chamberline. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper, Abel McCoy.9 
1810 Census*6 August 1810 Peter was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M16-26..10 
Deed4 June 1812 He was granted a deed on 4 June 1812 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book N, p. 292: 4 June 1812 — Richard Morris of Louisa Co. VA to Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., for 1000 Spanish milled dollars, one undivided sixteenth (1500 acres) of the New Lebanon Estate in the upper part of Camden (which totals 24,000 acres), adjacent to the Old Lebanon Canal, the Virginia line, the Currituck Co. line, the Garsham Overton tract, William McCoy, Gideon Whitehurst, and Isaac Mokely. Witnesses: George Ferebee and David Richardson.9 
Deed4 December 1812 He was granted a deed by Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC, witnessed by Mason Culpepper on 4 December 1812 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 122: 4 Dec 1812 — Nicholas Culpepper to Peter Culpepper, both of Camden Co., for $350, 50 acres adjacent to John McCoy and John Chamberling (sic). Witnesses: Mason Culpepper and Malachi Brite.9 
Deed12 July 1813 He was granted a deed on 12 July 1813 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 120: 19 Mar 1813 — John Wilder of Petersburg to Peter Culpepper of Currituck Co., for $1250, part of the New Lebanon Estate. Witnesses: Thomas Atkinson, Edwin Beasley, and John Bragg.9 
Marriage*after 1813 He married Rebecca Wood after 1813. 
Deed2 August 1815 He granted a deed on 2 August 1815 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 396: 2 Aug 1815 — Peter Culpepper to Wilson Sanderlin, for $600, 200 acres.... Witnesses: Luke McCoy and William Warren.9 
Deed16 March 1816 He was granted a deed on 16 March 1816 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 116: 16 Mar 1816 — John Bell to Peter Culpepper (#399v) for $900, 100 acres adjacent to Jonathan Richardson and others. Witnesses: George Ferebee (Jurat) and Malachi Williams.9 
DeedAugust 1816 He granted a deed in August 1816 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 205: 30 Aug 1816 — Peter Culpepper to Ford B. Sawyer and Samuel Proctor, proprietors of the Cross Canal, the right of way for the canal from Dismal Swamp to Gates County. Witness: Joseph C. Leguirre.9 
Deed4 January 1817 He was granted a deed by Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC, witnessed by Henry Culpepper on 4 January 1817 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 138: 4 Jan 1817 — Nicholas Culpepper to Peter Culpepper, for $461.57, land and the use of a ditch through Charles Chamberling’s. Witnesses: Henry Culpepper (Not clear which of two Henry Culpeppers this was) and Joshua Sary.9 
Deed4 April 1817 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Henry Culpepper on 4 April 1817 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 150, Currituck Co., NC: 4 Apr 1817. James Owens to Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., for $150, 37½ acres in Moyock District. Witness: Henry Culpepper.4 
Deed*4 May 1818 He was granted a deed, witnessed by James W. Dozier on 4 May 1818 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 453: 4 May 1818 — Willis B. and Elizabeth Ballentine of Currituck Co., to Peter Culpepper for $900, 88½ acres. Witnesses: J. W. Dozier and Abner Lamb.9 
Deed*25 March 1819 He granted a deed to Henry Culpepper on 25 March 1819 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 298: 25 Mar 1819 — Peter Culpepper to Henry Culpepper, son, for love and affection, one acre. Witnesses: Asa McCoy and W. McPharson.9 
Deed29 October 1819 He granted a deed, witnessed by Henry Culpepper on 29 October 1819 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 451: 29 Oct 1819 — Peter Culpepper to James Overton for $250. Witness: Henry Culpepper, Jurat, etc.9 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Peter was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unaccounted for are 2 F10-16..11 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed15 October 1821 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted to Peter O'Kelly Culpepper on 15 October 1821 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 507: 15 Oct 1821 — Devotion Overton, Richard Overton, Mathias Overton, and William Keeler, heirs of Joseph Overton, deceased, to Peter Culpepper, Jr., for $500, 100 acres adjacent to Peter and Mason Culpepper.9 
Deed30 November 1821 He granted a deed to Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC, witnessed by Mason Culpepper and Peter O'Kelly Culpepper on 30 November 1821 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 537: 31 Nov 1821 — Peter Culpepper to Nicholas Culpepper, brother, for love and affection, 150 acres of swamp land. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper (Jurat), Peter O’K. Culpepper.9 
Deed1821 He was granted a deed in 1821 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 10: 1821 — Isaac Lamb, sheriff, to Peter Culpepper, for $222, 45 acres.9 
Deed7 March 1822 He granted a deed on 7 March 1822 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 42: 7 Mar 1822 — Peter Culpepper to John Williams of Norfolk Co., VA, for $507.50, part of the New Lebanon Estate consisting of 203 acres. Witness: John Payne (Jurat).9 
Deed*13 July 1822 He granted a deed to Mason Culpepper, witnessed by Peter O'Kelly Culpepper and Archibald Culpepper on 13 July 1822 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 161: 13 Jul 1822 — Peter Culpepper to Mason Culpepper, for $50, 50 acres in the Dismal Swamp. Witnesses: Peter O’K. Culpepper, Archie B. Culpepper, Frederick Davis, Jurat.9 
Deed5 December 1822 He granted a deed on 5 December 1822 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 152: 5 Dec 1822 — Peter Culpepper to Israel Foreman of Norfolk Co., VA, for $365, 146 acres in the Dismal Swamp.9 
Deed16 January 1823 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Mason Culpepper and Peter O'Kelly Culpepper on 16 January 1823 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 156: 16 Jan 1823 — Mathias Overton of Currituck Co., to Peter Culpepper for $80, 35 acres. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper, Peter O’K. Culpepper.9 
Deed*2 August 1823 He granted a deed to Mary J. Hickman, witnessed by Peter O'Kelly Culpepper on 2 August 1823 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 16, p. 270, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Aug 1823. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., to Mary J. Hickman of Norfolk Co., VA, his granddaughter, 50 acres for love and affection. Witnesses: Peter O’K. Culpepper and Wilson Bright.4 
Deed8 September 1824 He granted a deed on 8 September 1824 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 56: 8 Sep 1824 — Peter Culpepper to James Carr, for $2,000, 1860 acres adjacent to the Virginia state line on the north side of the Great Canal (New Lebanon).9 
Deed17 December 1824 He granted a deed on 17 December 1824 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 66: 17 Dec 1824 — Peter Culpepper to Nelson Cartwright for $750, the Gabriel Taylor Tract, 100 acres.9 
Deed23 December 1824 He granted a deed on 23 December 1824 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 141: 23 Dec 1824 — Peter Culpepper to Robert Davy, lease of the Upton Plantation for five years.9 
Will*3 January 1825 He made a will at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 3 January 1825, naming as heir(s) Rebecca Wood, Mason Culpepper, Peter O'Kelly Culpepper, Lucinday Culpepper, Dorothy Pearce, Archibald Culpepper, Stephen Decatur Culpepper, John E. Culpepper, Thomas Culpepper, Lucy Baxter Spence, Peter Lockhart Culpepper Pearce and Elizabeth Hawkins.

Peter's will, as transcribed by Alice Doak, follows:

Will Book C 1755-1854 pg. 54 - Camden Co., NC.
January 25, 1825 - Proved August Term 1825

In name of God the Father God the Son and God the Holy Ghost - I, Peter Culpepper,the elder, being of sound mind & memory do constitute & appoint this my Last Will & Testament pray me now & from following that is today - First it is my will that all my lawful debts be paid.

2nd - It is my will & I do hereby lend my wife Rebecca Culpepper a certain part of my plantation on which I now live bounded on the Southwest by the main Road on the north by the land that formerly divided Joseph Overton's land from mine east by a ditch running from said land near my apple orchard to the main Road near McCoy's land together with the use of the houses Standing thereon and

Also Item - My wife the use of all my farming utensils my kitchen furniture except one washing tub called Elizabeth Hawkins washing tub. Also 20 BBO corn, two Barrels Poke (pork) one feather bed & furniture, one cow & calf, 4 sitting stools, my working mare & melase round tea stand, my horse known by the name of Jack Taylor & my hourse Cart all the above I lend my wife, Rebecca Culpepper, during her natural life time but not to abuse. I also lend to my wife the use of my 3 negroes. Lony, Henry & Toney & woman, Grace, during her natural life. Also, my riding gig to have & to hold use therein during her natural life and after the death of my wife, Rebecca Culpepper, my will is that the above property be sold by my Executor & the money coming from the sale thereof to be divided between my heirs hereinafter to be named.

3rd - As to my son, Mason Culpepper, he has already had of my money & other property more than a fair portion of my fortune. Had he conducted himself towards me so as to have merited my fatherly affection - but since his Eighteenth year of age among all my_______in life he has shown himself the most inhuman toward my personal character & property in consequence of which I do not wish him to have any part or lot in the remaining part of my property after my decease as I solemnly say I owe my son, Mason, nothing to my knowledge.

4th - I give to my son, Peter O'Kelly Culpepper, house & plantation and whole tract of land whereon I now live on including all the uplands & swamp lands that I bought of the kin of Joseph Overton, dec'd., together with my two Negro men, Clark & Miles, to have & to hold forever I also give my son, Peter O. Culpepper my mahogany_______& my square folding leaf mahogany table & him to own my (?) watche To have forever.

I give to my Daughter, Dolly Pearce, one feather bed and furniture - one large trunk(?), oak_____which holds my large family Bible to have & to hold forever.

5th - I give unto my granddaughter, Lucy Baxter Spence, the house and plantation where Andrew Powers now lives to have & to hold forever. I leave my Negro boy, Joe, to be sold after my death at Publick sale for six months _____ & the money arriving from the sale of my Negro boy Joe, I give to my daughter, Lucy Baxter Spence, to have and to hold forever.

6th - I give my tract of land called my Upton tract of land to my two grandchildren, Susannah Fanny & Peter Culpepper Lockhart Pearce, to be equal as may be - Beginning at the end of the land near the May Swamp thence running a straight course South so as to make an equal division of the tract of land leaving that part of said land adjoining the plantation where Peter Pearce now lives to Peter Culpepper Lockhart Pearce and the other part to Susannah Fanny Pearce the lands above Directed(?) you to the above Peter Culpepper & Susanniah Fanny (Pearce) to them & their heirs on the Culpepper side & Blood to have & to hold forever. I also give my Granddaughter, Susannah one Cow & calf, one feather bed & furniture to have & to hold forever -

7th - I give to my granddaughter, Elizabeth D. Hawkins, two feather beds & furniture also one cow called the______or Forhand cow, one red heifer 3 years of age, a linen wheel and a washing tub, one sow & pig, two ewes & Lambs, two sitting chairs to have & to hold forever -

8th - I give to my grandson, Stephen Decauter or Decater(?) Culpepper all my lands lying on the south side of the road called Doughty's new road, Currituck County, beginning at the sweet gum standing on the South side of the road______in William Powers line thence West with the road till we come direct a point to the great ditch thence a south most course to William Powers line thence with a line to Josiah Cherry's line & Samuel Powers, Henry Culpepper, & William Powers & my self & thence with said Powers line to the first station gum to have and to hold forever. -

9th - I give to my grandson, John Abbot Culpepper, the plantation & tract of land called the middle field tract beginning at the South end of my new ditch thence running south along the line that divides Stephen's land to the corner tree standing on William Powers line thence westalong said Powers line to a south east course_____strike the end of the ditch that divides the middle field tract from the plantation & tract of land that Thomas Culpepper last built on & thence the various courses of the ditch to the gum swamp thence a due north course to the extremity of my own Virginia plantation paton line thence along another line to ______line thence south a line of marked trees to the great ditch thence along said ditch to the first station to have and to hold forever-

10th - I give to my grandson, Thomas Culpepper, the plantation and tract of land whereon my son, Thomas Culpepper, last lived to have & to hold forever -

11th - My will is that all my property real & personal within doors and outdoors that is not above named to be sold at the most credit & the money arising from the sale thereof to be divided between Dolly Pearce & Peter O. Culpepper and the representative of my daughter, Elizabeth, deceased & of my son Thomas Culpepper & of Henry & of my son Archibold Culpepper & therefore representative of my daughter, Lucinda. The property lent to my wife to be sold at or after her death & the money coming from the sale to be equally divided among the before mentioned heirs & representatives.

And I have & do declare this to be my last will & Testament & by this presents do make void & disclaim all the other wills made by my heretofore & do hereby constitute my trusted friend Willie McPherson & Peter O'Kelly Culpepper my sole Executors of this my last will & Testament as witness my hand this the day & date above mentioned.

Peter Culpepper (Seal)

I hereby renounce my right of Executor to the above will of Peter Culpepper.
W. McPherson

State of North Carolina
Camden County August Term 1825

The annexed will of Peter Culpepper, dec'd read exhibited and proved in open Court by the oath of Geo.Ferebee, Washington Brite & Luke Lamb in due form of Law and at the same time appeared Willie McPherson the Executor to the will & refused to qualify as so. Also appeared Rebecca Culpepper who descented from the said will and on motion ordered that Mason Culpepper has a_____on said estate /with the will annexed/ who app'd, qualified and entered into Bond in the sum of $4000 with Jean(?) Bell & Charles Whitehurst Security. Let the Will be recorded.

Test
M.L(?) Leary, Clerk. 
Death*18 March 1825 He died at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 18 March 1825 at age 72. 
Burial*19 March 1825 His body was interred on 19 March 1825 at Culpepper Cemetery, South Mills, Camden Co., North Carolina. Peter is buried in the Culpepper Cemetery on McPherson Road #1231, Sharon Community, South Mills, NC. His tombstone reads "In memory of Peter Culpepper who died in prospect of a life with immortality on 18 March 1825 A.D. in the 69th year of his age. He was a minister of the Christian Church 10 years.".1 
Deed16 September 1825 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by Mason Culpepper on 16 September 1825 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 233: 16 Sep 1825 — Mason Culpepper, administrator with will annexed of Peter Culpepper, to Miles McPherson, for $85, one-half acre, house and lot. Witness: Washington Brite, Jurat.9 
Deed16 September 1825 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by Mason Culpepper on 16 September 1825 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 240: 16 Sep 1825 — Mason Culpepper, administrator of Peter Culpepper, to James Carr of Norfolk Co., VA, the dwelling place of Peter Culpepper for $47.50, including 150 acres.9 
(Previous Landowner) Deed3 March 1827 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted, witnessed by James Fiske, with Warren Culpepper and Arthur Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 3 March 1827 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 18, p. 32, Currituck Co., NC, 3 Mar 1827, recorded 18 Feb 1828. Samuel Powers to Riland McPherson, for $100, 34.5 acres in the backwoods of Moyock, bordered by Peter Culpepper's heirs, William's Cypress Swamp Road, back to Peter Culpepper's heirs, Samuel Powers, Arthur Culpepper and Warren Culpepper's line. Witnesses: James Fiske Sr., Robert (X) Powers, Deborah Fiske (Deed title & oath statement spelled Riland. Body of deed text spells it three times as Riling.)4 
Deed*7 March 1830 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by Thomas Culpepper, with Archibald Culpepper and Arthur Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 7 March 1830 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 21, p. 332, Currituck Co., NC: 7 Mar 1830. Thomas Culpepper of Currituck Co., to Wilson Corferew of Norfolk Co. VA, for $250, 100 acres willed to me by the death of my grandfather Peter Culpepper, adjacent to lands of Archibald Culpepper, deceased, and Arthur Culpepper. Witnesses: James R. Fulford, Samuel S. Wilson.4 
(Previous Landowner) Deed2 February 1832 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by John Cox to Arthur Culpepper, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper on 2 February 1832 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 20, p. 47, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Feb 1832. John Cox, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper for $40, fifty acres adjacent to the heirs of Peter Culpepper. Witnesses: Thomas Cox and Hardy Culpepper (Jurat.)4 
Deed*29 November 1834 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted to Benjamin Franklin Culpepper on 29 November 1834 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book U, p. 407: 29 Nov 1834 — Jesse Keaton and wife Marina, and Mary Creekmur, to Benjamin F. Culpepper, for $350, 77 acres adjacent to Joab Overton and the heirs of Peter Culpepper.9 
Deed1 May 1845 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by Mason Culpepper on 1 May 1845 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Y, p. 46: 1 May 1845 — Mason Culpepper of the town of Elizabeth City to Demsey Casey, for $6, land formerly belonging to Peter Culpepper.9 
(Previous Landowner) Deed29 November 1852 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by John E. Culpepper to Mary Fiske, with Stephen Decatur Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 29 November 1852 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 25, p. 339, Currituck Co., NC: 29 Nov 1852. John E. Culpepper of Currituck Co., to Mary Culpepper of the same place, for $500, land adjacent to a ditch cut by Peter Culpepper, deceased, and Stephen Culpepper, as bequeathed to John Culpepper by his grandfather Peter Culpepper.4 
(Previous Landowner) Deed14 December 1853 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by Henry Culpepper to Dorothy Culpepper, witnessed by Peter Lockhart Culpepper Pearce on 14 December 1853 at Camden Co., North Carolina.9 
(Previous Landowner) Deed22 August 1859 He was a previous land owner in a deed granted by Lydia C. Culpepper to Silvester Constantine Powers, witnessed by Moses Ballance Powers and Samuel Powers on 22 August 1859 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 28, p. 281, Currituck Co., NC: 22 Aug 1859. Lydia Culpepper of Norfolk City, VA, to Sylvester C. Powers, for $10, one acre formerly belonging to Peter Culpepper. Witnesses: Moses B. Powers, Samuel A. Powers, and William C. Powers.4 
Biography* Peter was a builder of Culpepper Locks on the Dismal Swamp Canal.1 

Family 1

Mary McPherson (circa 1756 - 12 April 1813)
Children

Family 2

Child

Family 3

Rebecca Wood (say 1770 - after 1834)
Last Edited4 September 2011

Citations

  1. James A. Whitehurst and Mary Evelyn K. Whitehurst, Cemeteries, "Upper Woods" Sharon Community, South Mills, NC, , 1 Jan 1987.
  2. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
    On 6 Sep 1786, Henry Culpepper gave his son Peter Culpepper power of attorney (Currituck Deed Bk 5-182).
  3. William Boub Bennett, compiler, Currituck County, North Carolina Eighteenth Century Tax & Militia Records.
  4. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  5. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
    Book D, p. 348: 20 Aug 1788 — Peter Culpepper of Currituck Co. agrees to drop suit against Demsey McPharson, executor of Daniel McPharson, deceased. Witnesses: _____ Spence and Gabriel Taylor.
  6. 1790 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 22, Image 0499, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 2M16+, 3M<16, 4F.
  7. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  8. Virginia State Library, http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawer/disk19/CC150/0378/C0399?39, Grants 52, p. 308.
  9. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  10. 1810 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 90, Ancestry.com Image 18, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 2 M16-26, 1 M45+, 1 F10-16, 1 F45+, 2 slaves.
  11. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 34, Genealogy.com Image 16, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Archi Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 1 Slave
    Henry Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M16-18, 1 M16-26, 1 M45+, 2 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F45+, 11 Slaves.

Rebecca Wood1,2

F, (say 1770 - after 1834)
Birth*say 1770 Rebecca was born say 1770. 
Marriage*after 1813 She married Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC after 1813. 
Married Nameafter 1813  As of after 1813, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 45 +) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Rebecca was probably a free white female, age 45 or over, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household, on the 1820 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unaccounted for are 2 F10-16..3 
(Heir) Will3 January 1825 Rebecca, Mason, Peter, Lucinday, Dorothy, Archibald, Stephen, John, Thomas, Lucy, Peter and Elizabeth named as heir(s) in the will of Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 3 January 1825. 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Rebecca was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise not identified are 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30 and 1 F40-50.4 
Death*after 1834 She died after 1834. 
Biography* WOOD, WILLIAM - 18 November 1834

Norfolk County to wit

I do hereby certify that Celia Stewart, personally appeared before the subscriber a justice of the peace, in and for the County aforesaid, and made oath that William Wood who was a pilot in the Navy during the Revolutionary War of America, died leaving two sons named William and Allen Wood, that the said William, Jr. and Allen Wood died without being married or leaving issue, and that the nearest relations of the said William Wood junr. and Allen Wood were three Aunts, viz: Rebecca, Elizabeth and Martha Wood the sisters of (their) father William Wood, Senr. decd. That Rebecca Wood married Mr. Culpepper who is dead but the said Rebecca is living. That Martha Wood died without ever having married and left no issue or child. That Elizabeth Wood married Archd. Cassel, and had of this marriage five children, all of whom died infants without issue, except a daughter named Martha Cassel who married Henry Peters now decd. but the said Martha Peters is now living. That Archd. Cassel died and his widow Elizabeth, married George Collins, and had two children viz William B. Collins and Mary Collins, that the said Mary is now the wife of William Jones. That the said George Collins and Elizabeth his wife are both dead, but the said William B. Collins and Mary Jane (now the wife of Wm. Jones) are both living. Given under my hand and seal this 10th. day of October 1834.

John Nash J.P. (seal)

I do hereby certify that Celia Stewart, who has given the foregoing affidavit is an old woman, of respectability, and is entitled to full credit, and is worthy of being believed. Given under my hand & seal this 10th day of Oct. 1834.
Ref. Rev.War & War of 1812 Pension Affidavits(?) by Elizabeth B. Wingo. 

Family

Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC (29 December 1752 - 18 March 1825)
Last Edited12 September 2003

Citations

  1. James A. Whitehurst and Mary Evelyn K. Whitehurst, Cemeteries, "Upper Woods" Sharon Community, South Mills, NC, , 1 Jan 1987.
  2. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Alice Neal Basnight Doak (#38574), Alexandria, VA, e-mail address.
  3. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 34, Genealogy.com Image 16, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Archi Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 1 Slave
    Henry Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M16-18, 1 M16-26, 1 M45+, 2 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F45+, 11 Slaves.
  4. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 354, Ancestry.com images 15-16, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Rebecca Culpepper, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 1 F40-50, 1 F50-60, 2 slaves
    Warren Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M40-50, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves.

Mason Culpepper

M, (15 August 1778 - before 13 February 1826)
FatherRev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC (29 Dec 1752 - 18 Mar 1825)
MotherMary McPherson (c 1756 - 12 Apr 1813)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Mason 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*15 August 1778 Mason was born on 15 August 1778.1 
(free wh male 0-16) 1790 Census2 August 1790 Mason, Thomas and Henry was probably a free white male, under 16 years old, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household on the 1790 Census on 2 August 1790 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.2 
(free wh male 16-26) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Mason was probably a free white male, age 16 and under 26, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..3 
Deed24 October 1800 He witnessed a deed grant to Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 24 October 1800 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 8, p. 273, Currituck Co., NC: 24 Oct 1800. Jesse Etheridge to Peter Culpepper, for $193, 96 acres in Moyock District. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper and Moses Etheridge.4 
Marriage*say 1801 He married Sarah McCoy say 1801. That Sarah McCoy was the wife of Mason Culpepper is speculation. 
(Deed Witness) DeedFebruary 1801 He witnessed a deed grant to Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC in February 1801 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 3, p. 130, Currituck Co., NC: Feb 1801. Malachi Bright, orphan of William Bright, and Francis and Richard Overton, are bound to Peter Culpepper. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper and Thomas Culpepper.4 
(Deed Witness) DeedJune 1802 He witnessed a deed grant to Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC in June 1802 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 3, p. 332, Currituck Co., NC: Jun 1802. George McPherson to Peter Culpepper, 28 acres. Witness: Mason Culpepper.4 
Deed*8 July 1809 He was granted a deed on 8 July 1809 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book M, p. 279: 8 Jul 1809 — Francis Overton to Mason Culpepper of Currituck Co. (#401), for $500, 80 acres, part of a patent dated 1758, adjacent to Demsey McPherson, Lazarus Overton, Hillary Upton, and Joab Overton. Witnesses: Gabriel Taylor and Asa McCoy.5 
Deed4 October 1809 He was granted a deed on 4 October 1809 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book M, p. 328: 4 Oct 1809 — Joshua Overton Jr. of Camden Co. to Mason Culpepper of Currituck for $350, 50 acres in the upper part of the county adjacent to the Great Canal, Elisha Overton, Joshua Overton, Sr., heirs of Ahab Overton, Peter Overton, Sr., also, a second tract in the same area, containing 50 acres. Witnesses: Francis Overton, James Gambling.5 
Deed23 December 1809 He was granted a deed on 23 December 1809 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 314: 23 Dec 1809 — Garsham Overton, Jr., to Mason Culpepper of Camden Co., for $25, 197 acres adjacent to Daughty’s New Bridge, Hugh Pritchard, James Chamberlin, Jeremiah and Henry Brite, etc. Witnesses: Richard Overton and Francis Overton.5 
1810 Census*6 August 1810 Mason was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but not otherwise identified is 1 F 0-10..6 
(Deed Witness) Deed4 December 1812 He witnessed a deed grant by Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC to Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 4 December 1812 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 122: 4 Dec 1812 — Nicholas Culpepper to Peter Culpepper, both of Camden Co., for $350, 50 acres adjacent to John McCoy and John Chamberling (sic). Witnesses: Mason Culpepper and Malachi Brite.5 
Deed12 July 1813 He granted a deed, witnessed by Lucinday Culpepper and Peter O'Kelly Culpepper on 12 July 1813 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 112: 12 Jul 1813 — Mason Culpepper of Camden Co. to Demsey Spence, for $1,000, 80 acres. Witnesses Susenday (sic) Culpepper and Peter O’Keley Culpepper [Lucinday was only 16 and Peter 11: too young normally to be a witness].5 
Deed21 February 1814 He was granted a deed on 21 February 1814 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 166: 21 Feb 1814 — Sarah McCoy to Mason Culpepper, for $13.50, 6.75 acres. Witnesses: Jeremiah McCoy and Phoebe Gambling.5 
Deed24 February 1814 He was granted a deed on 24 February 1814 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 160: 24 Feb 1814 — Reuben and Mary Overton to Mason Culpepper, for $21, 12½ acres on Dismal Swamp adjacent to Francis Davis, and a second tract adjacent to Jonathan McCoy. Witness: Demsey Spence.5 
Deed20 December 1814 He was granted a deed on 20 December 1814 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 159: 20 Dec 1814 — William Taylor to Mason Culpepper (#401) for $22, one sixty-fourth of New Lebanon Mills. Witness: Hollowell Old.5 
Deed22 January 1816 He granted a deed on 22 January 1816 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 78: 22 Jan 1816 — Mason Culpepper to John Creekmur of Norfolk Co., VA, for $520, 77 acres. Witnesses: James Owens and David Spence.5 
Deed1 February 1816 He was granted a deed on 1 February 1816 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 135: 1 Feb 1816 — Thomas and Nancy McDaniel to Mason Culpepper (#401) for $300, 200 acres.... Witnesses: Malachi Brite and Richard Overton.5 
Deed9 August 1816 He granted a deed on 9 August 1816 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 215: 9 Aug 1816 — Mason Culpepper to Ford B. Sawyer and Samuel Proctor, proprietors of the Croos Canal, the right of way for the canal from Dismal Swamp to Gates County, for £10.5 
Deed1 July 1817 He granted a deed on 1 July 1817 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 352: 1 Jul 1817 — Mason Culpepper to Daniel Jones, for $680, 85 acres, part of the New Lebanon Estate. Witnesses: George Ferebee and Simon Brite.5 
Deed8 December 1817 He was granted a deed on 8 December 1817 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 413: 8 Dec 1817 — Uphan McCoy to Mason Culpepper for $15, seven acres. Witnesses: Richard Burton and Frankey Makerings.5 
Deed2 February 1818 He was granted a deed on 2 February 1818 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book P, p. 382: 2 Feb 1818 — Joshua Overton gives power of attorney to his friend Mason Culpepper to receive and sell military bounty land for the said Overton. Witness: Richard Overton.5 
Deed6 July 1818 He was granted a deed on 6 July 1818 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 3: 6 Jul 1818 — Maximillian Whitehead gives power of attorney to Mason Culpepper to get property from the estate of Whitehead’s mother and father, also brother Lemuel. Witnesses: John Elliott and Peter Elliott, Jr.5 
Deed10 July 1818 He was granted a deed on 10 July 1818 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 45: 10 Jul 1818 — Wilson Sanderlin to Mason Culpepper, for $235, one sixty-fourth of New Camden Mills. Witnesses: John Elliott and Peter Elliott, Jr.5 
Deed30 November 1818 He was granted a deed on 30 November 1818 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 227: 30 Nov 1818 — Frederick Davis to Mason Culpepper, for $210, 30 acres. Witnesses: Malachi Brite and John Elliott.5 
Deed17 December 1818 He granted a deed on 17 December 1818 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 136: 17 Dec 1818 — Mason Culpepper to Julian D. Billingre for $1800, land on the Great Canal bought from James Smith. Witnesses: George Ferebee and Joshua Campbell.5 
Deed10 April 1819 He was granted a deed on 10 April 1819 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 129: 10 Apr 1819 — Asa Kite and wife Keziah to Mason Culpepper, for $250, 58 acres on Great Canal.5 
1820 Census*7 August 1820 Mason was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise not identified are 1 M16-18, 4 M16-26, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, and 11 slaves.7 
Deed15 August 1820 He granted a deed on 15 August 1820 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 446: 15 Aug 1820 — Mason Culpepper to Richard Brite, for $15, 15 acres. Witness: Miles Spence, Jurat.5 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed15 October 1821 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted to Peter O'Kelly Culpepper on 15 October 1821 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 507: 15 Oct 1821 — Devotion Overton, Richard Overton, Mathias Overton, and William Keeler, heirs of Joseph Overton, deceased, to Peter Culpepper, Jr., for $500, 100 acres adjacent to Peter and Mason Culpepper.5 
(Deed Witness) Deed30 November 1821 He witnessed a deed grant by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC to Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 30 November 1821 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 537: 31 Nov 1821 — Peter Culpepper to Nicholas Culpepper, brother, for love and affection, 150 acres of swamp land. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper (Jurat), Peter O’K. Culpepper.5 
Deed9 January 1822 He granted a deed on 9 January 1822 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 53: 9 Jan 1822 — Mason Culpepper to William West and Cary Grimes of Norfolk Co., VA, for $850, 400 acres. Witnesses: Stephen Lynch and James Etheridge.5 
Deed*13 July 1822 He was granted a deed by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC, witnessed by Peter O'Kelly Culpepper and Archibald Culpepper on 13 July 1822 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 161: 13 Jul 1822 — Peter Culpepper to Mason Culpepper, for $50, 50 acres in the Dismal Swamp. Witnesses: Peter O’K. Culpepper, Archie B. Culpepper, Frederick Davis, Jurat.5 
Deed1 August 1822 He was granted a deed on 1 August 1822 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 181: 1 Aug 1822 — John Cox and wife Sally to Mason Culpepper for $300, 61 acres.5 
(Deed Witness) Deed16 January 1823 He witnessed a deed grant to Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 16 January 1823 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 156: 16 Jan 1823 — Mathias Overton of Currituck Co., to Peter Culpepper for $80, 35 acres. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper, Peter O’K. Culpepper.5 
Deed26 May 1823 He was granted a deed on 26 May 1823 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 178: 26 May 1823 — Frederick Davis to Mason Culpepper, for $170, 16 acres. Witnesses: Richard Overton and Margaret Taylor.5 
Deed21 December 1824 He granted a deed on 21 December 1824 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 77: 21 Dec 1824 — Mason Culpepper to Richard and John Taylor, a mortgage of land. Witness: Exum Newby, Jurat.5 
(Heir) Will3 January 1825 Rebecca, Mason, Peter, Lucinday, Dorothy, Archibald, Stephen, John, Thomas, Lucy, Peter and Elizabeth named as heir(s) in the will of Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 3 January 1825. 
Deed12 April 1825 He granted a deed on 12 April 1825 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 175: 12 Apr 1825 — Mason Culpepper to Warner Levy, for $250, 20 acres. Witness: Evan Overton.5 
Deed13 May 1825 He granted a deed on 13 May 1825 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 133: 13 May 1825 — Mason Culpepper to Jethro Overton for $33, 197 acres. Witness: Richard Overton.5 
Deed16 September 1825 He granted a deed, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 16 September 1825 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 240: 16 Sep 1825 — Mason Culpepper, administrator of Peter Culpepper, to James Carr of Norfolk Co., VA, the dwelling place of Peter Culpepper for $47.50, including 150 acres.5 
Deed16 September 1825 He granted a deed, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 16 September 1825 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book S, p. 233: 16 Sep 1825 — Mason Culpepper, administrator with will annexed of Peter Culpepper, to Miles McPherson, for $85, one-half acre, house and lot. Witness: Washington Brite, Jurat.5 
Death*before 13 February 1826 He died at Camden Co., North Carolina, before 13 February 1826.8 
Biography* Mason represented Camden County in the state legislature in 1822. He was apparently a prosperous and successful businessman, who died unexpectledy in 1826. Quoting a newspaper article from the time: "Died in Camden County, Mason Culpepper, Esq. This melancholy event was preceded by the death of one wife and his marriage to another -- all happening within six weeks." 
Research note*28 April 2004 Mason is a known son of Peter Culpepper. 

Family

Sarah McCoy (say 1782 - circa January 1826)
Children
Last Edited11 July 2011

Citations

  1. , Culpepper/Whaley Bible, Photographed by Nick Johnson of Phoenix, AZ, Nov 2001, Linda Frances Whaley Thomas, owner, Chesapeake, Virginia.
  2. 1790 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 22, Image 0499, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 2M16+, 3M<16, 4F.
  3. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  4. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  5. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  6. 1810 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 162, Ancestry.com Image 21, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    M. (Mason) Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 2 F0-10, 1 F26-45, 1 Free, 2 Slaves.
  7. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 24, Genealogy.com Image 21, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Mason Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M16-18, 4 M16-26, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 2 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 11 slaves.
  8. Bernard J. Henley, compiler, Henley Marriage/Obituary Idexes from Virginia Newspapers, The Library of Virginia.
    http://ajax.lva.lib.va.us/F/?func=file&file_name=find-b-clas14&local_base=CLAS14

Lucinday Culpepper

F, (11 November 1796 - before 1825)
FatherRev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC (29 Dec 1752 - 18 Mar 1825)
MotherMary McPherson (c 1756 - 12 Apr 1813)
Name Variation She was also known as Lucinda. 
Birth*11 November 1796 Lucinday was born at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 11 November 1796.1 
(free wh female 0-10) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Lucinday, Miranda and Dorothy was probably a free white female, under age 10, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..2 
(free wh female 10-16) 1810 Census6 August 1810 Lucinday was probably a free white female, age 10 and under 16, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household on the 1810 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M16-26..3 
(Deed Witness) Deed12 July 1813 She witnessed a deed grant by Mason Culpepper on 12 July 1813 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 112: 12 Jul 1813 — Mason Culpepper of Camden Co. to Demsey Spence, for $1,000, 80 acres. Witnesses Susenday (sic) Culpepper and Peter O’Keley Culpepper [Lucinday was only 16 and Peter 11: too young normally to be a witness].4 
(free wh female 16-26) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Lucinday was probably a free white female, age 16 and under 26, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household, on the 1820 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unaccounted for are 2 F10-16..5 
Married Namesay 1822  As of say 1822, her married name was Spence. 
Marriage*say 1822 She married (?) Spence say 1822. 
Death*before 1825 She died before 1825. 
Biography* Lucinda is thought to have had at least one child, as her "representative" was one of the legatees in her father Peter Culpepper's will. 
(Heir) Will3 January 1825 Rebecca, Mason, Peter, Lucinday, Dorothy, Archibald, Stephen, John, Thomas, Lucy, Peter and Elizabeth named as heir(s) in the will of Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 3 January 1825. 

Family

(?) Spence (say 1794 - )
Last Edited12 September 2003

Citations

  1. , Culpepper/Whaley Bible, Photographed by Nick Johnson of Phoenix, AZ, Nov 2001, Linda Frances Whaley Thomas, owner, Chesapeake, Virginia.
  2. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  3. 1810 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 90, Ancestry.com Image 18, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 2 M16-26, 1 M45+, 1 F10-16, 1 F45+, 2 slaves.
  4. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  5. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 34, Genealogy.com Image 16, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Archi Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 1 Slave
    Henry Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M16-18, 1 M16-26, 1 M45+, 2 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F45+, 11 Slaves.

Dorothy Culpepper1

F, (2 May 1788 - 14 April 1869)
FatherRev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC (29 Dec 1752 - 18 Mar 1825)
MotherMary McPherson (c 1756 - 12 Apr 1813)
Name Variation She was also known as Dolley. 
Birth*2 May 1788 Dorothy was born at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 2 May 1788.2 
(free wh female) 1790 Census2 August 1790 Mary, Elizabeth, Sally and Dorothy was probably a free white female in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household on the 1790 Census on 2 August 1790 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.3 
(free wh female 0-10) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Lucinday, Miranda and Dorothy was probably a free white female, under age 10, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..4 
Marriage*circa 1808 She married Dempsey Spence at North Carolina circa 1808. 
Married Namecirca 1808  As of circa 1808, her married name was Spence. 
Marriage*circa 1813 She married Peter Wilson Pearce at North Carolina circa 1813. 
Married Namecirca 1813  As of circa 1813, her married name was Pearce. 
(Heir) Will3 January 1825 Rebecca, Mason, Peter, Lucinday, Dorothy, Archibald, Stephen, John, Thomas, Lucy, Peter and Elizabeth named as heir(s) in the will of Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 3 January 1825. 
Deed*13 August 1839 She was granted a deed by Pocahontas Culpepper of Portsmouth, VA, witnessed by Samuel C. Pearce, with Peter O'Kelly Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 13 August 1839 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book V, p. 347: 13 Aug 1839 — Pokey Hunter [Pocahontas] Culpepper to Dorothy Pearce, for $10, her undivided share of a tract of 50 acres adjacent to Mathias Sawyer, Peter L. Culpepper, etc., part of the Upton tract. Witnesses: Samuel Pearce and H. Chamberlain.5 
Deed*4 April 1842 She granted a deed to Nancy Culpepper, witnessed by Samuel C. Pearce and Peter Lockhart Culpepper Pearce on 4 April 1842 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Y, p. 80: 4 Apr 1842 — Nancy Culpepper of Currituck Co. to Dorothy Pearce of Camden Co., for $10, 50 acres, part of the Upton tract. Witnesses: Samuel C. Pearce, Peter C. Pearce.5 
Deed*3 September 1845 She was granted a deed by Stephen Decatur Culpepper, with Peter Lockhart Culpepper Pearce as an adjacent landowner on 3 September 1845 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Y, p. 92: 3 Sep 1845 — Stephen D. Culpepper of Currituck to Dorothy Pearce of Camden, for $15, 50 acres adjacent to Peter C. Pearce, etc., part of the Fanning place. Witness: Peter C. Pearce.5 
Deed*14 December 1853 She was granted a deed by Henry Culpepper, witnessed by Peter Lockhart Culpepper Pearce, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 14 December 1853 at Camden Co., North Carolina.5 
Death*14 April 1869 She died at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 14 April 1869 at age 80.6 

Family 1

Dempsey Spence (say 1786 - say 1813)
Children

Family 2

Peter Wilson Pearce (6 November 1794 - 18 December 1828)
Children
Last Edited14 October 2007

Citations

  1. James A. Whitehurst and Mary Evelyn K. Whitehurst, Cemeteries, "Upper Woods" Sharon Community, South Mills, NC, , 1 Jan 1987.
  2. , Culpepper/Whaley Bible, Photographed by Nick Johnson of Phoenix, AZ, Nov 2001, Linda Frances Whaley Thomas, owner, Chesapeake, Virginia.
  3. 1790 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 22, Image 0499, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 2M16+, 3M<16, 4F.
  4. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  5. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  6. From Culpepper/Whaley Bible:
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    "Dolly Culpepper daughter Peter Culpepper and Mary his wife was bornd May the 2nd 1788 and departed this life April the 14th 1869. A funeral discourse was delivered in memory of her on the 4th Sabbath the 23 of May 1869 by the Rev. John D. Berryman founded on the 7 v of the 4th chapter of Paul's Epistle to Timothy - I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith."

Peter O'Kelly Culpepper

M, (29 September 1801 - )
FatherRev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC (29 Dec 1752 - 18 Mar 1825)
MotherMary McPherson (c 1756 - 12 Apr 1813)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Peter O'Kelly 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*29 September 1801 Peter was born at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 29 September 1801.1 
(free wh male 0-10) 1810 Census6 August 1810 Peter was probably a free white male, age under 10, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household on the 1810 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M16-26..2 
(Deed Witness) Deed12 July 1813 He witnessed a deed grant by Mason Culpepper on 12 July 1813 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book O, p. 112: 12 Jul 1813 — Mason Culpepper of Camden Co. to Demsey Spence, for $1,000, 80 acres. Witnesses Susenday (sic) Culpepper and Peter O’Keley Culpepper [Lucinday was only 16 and Peter 11: too young normally to be a witness].3 
(free wh male 16-18) 1820 Census7 August 1820 Peter was probably a free white male between the age of 16 and 18, in Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC's household, on the 1820 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unaccounted for are 2 F10-16..4 
Deed*15 October 1821 He was granted a deed, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC and Mason Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 15 October 1821 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 507: 15 Oct 1821 — Devotion Overton, Richard Overton, Mathias Overton, and William Keeler, heirs of Joseph Overton, deceased, to Peter Culpepper, Jr., for $500, 100 acres adjacent to Peter and Mason Culpepper.3 
(Deed Witness) Deed30 November 1821 He witnessed a deed grant by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC to Nicholas Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 30 November 1821 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 537: 31 Nov 1821 — Peter Culpepper to Nicholas Culpepper, brother, for love and affection, 150 acres of swamp land. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper (Jurat), Peter O’K. Culpepper.3 
(Deed Witness) Deed13 July 1822 He witnessed a deed grant by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC to Mason Culpepper on 13 July 1822 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 161: 13 Jul 1822 — Peter Culpepper to Mason Culpepper, for $50, 50 acres in the Dismal Swamp. Witnesses: Peter O’K. Culpepper, Archie B. Culpepper, Frederick Davis, Jurat.3 
(Deed Witness) Deed16 January 1823 He witnessed a deed grant to Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 16 January 1823 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book R, p. 156: 16 Jan 1823 — Mathias Overton of Currituck Co., to Peter Culpepper for $80, 35 acres. Witnesses: Mason Culpepper, Peter O’K. Culpepper.3 
(Deed Witness) Deed2 August 1823 He witnessed a deed grant by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC to Mary J. Hickman on 2 August 1823 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 16, p. 270, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Aug 1823. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., to Mary J. Hickman of Norfolk Co., VA, his granddaughter, 50 acres for love and affection. Witnesses: Peter O’K. Culpepper and Wilson Bright.5 
(Heir) Will3 January 1825 Rebecca, Mason, Peter, Lucinday, Dorothy, Archibald, Stephen, John, Thomas, Lucy, Peter and Elizabeth named as heir(s) in the will of Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC at Camden Co., North Carolina, on 3 January 1825. 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Peter was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Norfolk Co., Virginia. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unaccounted for is 1 F20-30.. 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed13 August 1839 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Pocahontas Culpepper of Portsmouth, VA to Dorothy Pearce, witnessed by Samuel C. Pearce on 13 August 1839 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book V, p. 347: 13 Aug 1839 — Pokey Hunter [Pocahontas] Culpepper to Dorothy Pearce, for $10, her undivided share of a tract of 50 acres adjacent to Mathias Sawyer, Peter L. Culpepper, etc., part of the Upton tract. Witnesses: Samuel Pearce and H. Chamberlain.3 
1840 Census*1 June 1840 Peter was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Saint Bride's Parish, Norfolk Co., Virginia.
(Enumerated in the census but otherwise unaccounted for are 1 F0-5 and 1 F30-40.)6 
Research note*12 June 2004 Few records have been found as yet, on this Peter Culpepper. He is thought to have been the Peter Culpepper who appears in various deed records in Camden Co., NC in the early 1800's. (See the NC Archives at the Culpepper web site.) He seems to have owned land, and to have lived on the border between North Carolina and Virginia. So further records on him should be sought in both states.
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This was the probably the Peter who was in the 1830 Norfolk Co. VA census, aged 30 to 40, with wife aged 20 to 30.
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And this Peter was in the 1840 Norfork Co. VA census, aged 30 to 40, with wife aged 30 to 40. He had one daughter under five, and apparently, two sons, one over ten, and one under five.
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From these two census records, it would seem that this Peter was born about 1800. This would certainly make him the right age to have been Peter O'Kelly Culpepper, and the father of Ephraim Culpepper.

Your help with this person will be appreciated. Contact Lew Griffin (see footnote for details).7 

Family

Children
Last Edited11 July 2011

Citations

  1. , Culpepper/Whaley Bible, Photographed by Nick Johnson of Phoenix, AZ, Nov 2001, Linda Frances Whaley Thomas, owner, Chesapeake, Virginia.
  2. 1810 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 90, Ancestry.com Image 18, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 2 M16-26, 1 M45+, 1 F10-16, 1 F45+, 2 slaves.
  3. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  4. 1820 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 34, Genealogy.com Image 16, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Archi Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 1 Slave
    Henry Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M16-18, 1 M16-26, 1 M45+, 2 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F45+, 11 Slaves.
  5. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  6. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 153, Ancestry.com Images 21-22, St. Bride's Parish, Norfolk Co., VA
    Peter Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M10-15, 1 M30-40, 1 F0-5, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves.
  7. Lewis W. Griffin Jr. (#47), e-mail address.

Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC1

M, (say 1751 - November 1815)
FatherHenry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC (c 1729 - a 14 Oct 1793)
MotherFrances Llewelling (s 1731 - bt 1751 - 1770)
DNA* Henry has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of Henry Culpepper, III, who is a son of Henry Culpepper, Jr. of Lower Norfolk, VA, the son of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, the American Culpepper progenitor. 
Birth*say 1751 Henry was born say 1751. 
American Revolution*circa 1776 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War circa 1776
(Private, 1st Regt. (McDonalds) NC Mil.)2 
Tax roll*1779 He registered to pay taxes at Currituck Co., North Carolina, in 1779.
     This was probably the Henry Culpepper on this 1779 tax roll. His father, also Henry, was probably old enough to be exempt from the tax roll.3 
Marriage*circa 1780 He married Edith (?) at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1780. 
(Deed Witness) Deed23 May 1788 He witnessed a deed grant by Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC to Thomas Edward Culpepper of Norfolk Co., VA on 23 May 1788 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 5, p. 330, Currituck Co., NC: 23 May 1788. Henry Culpepper, Sr. to Thomas Culpepper, for £50, Culpepper’s Island, consisting of 50 acres. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper, Joshua Culpepper, Henry Culpepper.4 
Deed*7 December 1791 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 7 December 1791 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 6, p. 211, Currituck Co., NC: 7 Dec 1791. Lewis Cox and wife Dinah to Henry Culpepper, Jr., for £50, 50 acres in the backwoods in Moyock District, adjacent to Josiah Cherry. Lewis’s wife Dinah relinquishes her dower rights. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper, David Minby, and Edward Doughty, Jr. 
1800 Census*4 August 1800 Henry was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..5 
Deed30 July 1803 He was granted a deed on 30 July 1803 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 3, p. 415, Currituck Co., NC: 30 Jul 1803. Jesse Ives and wife Marian to Henry Culpepper for $200, 50 acres. Witnesses: Caleb Etheridge, Cornelius Powers, and Edward Bunnil.4 
Deed*9 November 1806 He granted a deed to James Henry Culpepper, witnessed by James Powers, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 9 November 1806 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 9, p. 251, Currituck Co., NC: 9 Nov 1806. Henry Culpepper and wife Eady Culpepper to James Culpepper for $75, 25 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Peter Culpepper, Josiah Cherry, and William Powers. Witnesses: James Powers, etc.4 
Deed*2 October 1808 He was granted a deed by James Henry Culpepper, witnessed by Warren Culpepper, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 2 October 1808

Book 10, p. 70, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Oct 1808. James Culpepper to Henry Culpepper for $65, land in the backwoods of Moyock District adjacent to Peter Culpepper (#399), William Powers, and Henry Culpepper (#405). Witnesses: Warren Culpepper (#409) and William Spence.4 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed2 October 1808 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by James Henry Culpepper to Warren Culpepper on 2 October 1808 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 10, p. 69, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Oct 1808. James Culpepper to Warren Culpepper, for £65, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock, adjacent to Henry Culpepper. Witnesses: William Spence and Henry Culpepper.4 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed12 March 1814 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Warren Culpepper to James Humphries, witnessed by James Henry Culpepper and Julia A. Culpepper on 12 March 1814 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 12, p. 349, Currituck Co., NC: 12 Mar 1814. Warren Culpepper to James Humphries of Princess Ann Co., VA, for $25, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper. Witnesses: Nath. Torey, James Culpepper, Julia Culpepper, John Humphries.4 
Deed*9 October 1815 He granted a deed to Warren Culpepper, witnessed by Tamer Culpepper and James Henry Culpepper on 9 October 1815 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 111: 9 Oct 1815 — Henry Culpepper, Sr. of Currituck Co., to Warren Culpepper, for £50, Culpepper’s Island consisting of 50 acres. Witnesses: Tamer Culpepper and James Culpepper.6 
Will*23 November 1815 He made a will at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815, naming as heir(s) Hardy Culpepper, James Henry Culpepper, Warren Culpepper, Arthur Culpepper, Frances Holt, Olive Culpepper, Tamer Culpepper, Julia A. Culpepper and James W. Humphries. It was witnessed by James Fiske.

Will of 23 Nov 1815, probated Nov 1815, in Currituck Co., NC Will Book 3. Wife: Eady. Sons: Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur. Daughters: Frances Holt, Alice Garrott, Tamer Culpepper, Julia Culpepper. Grandsons: James W. Humphries, During Garrott, Willea Culpepper. Exrs: Sons James and Warren. Wit: Samuel Powers, James Fisk.7 
Deed*23 November 1815 He granted a deed to Arthur Culpepper, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper and James Fiske, with Warren Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 23 November 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 4, Currituck Co., NC: 23 Nov 1815. Henry Culpepper, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper, for $60, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper, Warren Culpepper. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper, David Powers (Jurat), James Fisk.4 
Death*November 1815 He died at Currituck Co., North Carolina, in November 1815. 
Probate*November 1815 Probate action was taken on Henry's estate in November 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina
Research note*26 April 2004 Henry was a known son of Henry Culpepper. 

Family

Edith (?) (circa 1760 - after 1815)
Children
Last Edited30 April 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Alice Neal Basnight Doak (#38574), Alexandria, VA, e-mail address.
  2. Film M-250, Rev.War, US Archives.
  3. William Boub Bennett, compiler, Currituck County, North Carolina Eighteenth Century Tax & Militia Records.
  4. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  5. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  6. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  7. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013

Edith (?)

F, (circa 1760 - after 1815)
Birth*circa 1760 Edith was born circa 1760. 
Marriage*circa 1780 She married Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1780. 
Married Namecirca 1780  As of circa 1780, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 26-45) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Edith was probably a free white female, age 26 and under 45, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..1 
Deed*9 November 1806 She granted a deed to James Henry Culpepper, witnessed by James Powers, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 9 November 1806 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 9, p. 251, Currituck Co., NC: 9 Nov 1806. Henry Culpepper and wife Eady Culpepper to James Culpepper for $75, 25 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Peter Culpepper, Josiah Cherry, and William Powers. Witnesses: James Powers, etc.2 
Death*after 1815 She died at Currituck Co., North Carolina, after 1815. 
Biography* The ancestry of Edith is currently unknown.

From Alice Doak (Mrs. Woodie Doak), March 2000:
.
Some people think Edith was a Cox. If she was the one I've located she was not the mother of all the children. Ref. Currituck Co. NC Will Bk 2, p. 21, Oct. 1792, 26 Mar. 1795 - William Miller. Wife: Daughters: Frances Miller, Uphanne Miller, EDE COX. Grandson: William Quidley. Wit: Johnathan Bright, Rebecker Kit, Aaron Bright.
[From Byron Johnson, we learn that this Ede Miller was probably the one who married Javan Cox and who moved to Tennessee.]
.
There were Hardys in the Norfolk Co. area near Backwoods. I thought
perhaps Edith might be a Hardy simply because of name Hardy [among decendants]. I haven't had an opportunity to check them as thoroughly as I'd like.

 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed4 December 1819 She was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper on 4 December 1819 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 119, Currituck Co., NC: 4 Dec 1819. Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $15, 1½ acres adjacent to Eady Culpepper...2 
Deed*26 June 1824 She was granted a deed by Hardy Culpepper, witnessed by Warren Culpepper on 26 June 1824 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 17, p. 128, Currituck Co., NC: 26 Jun 1824. Hardy Culpepper, a bond to Eady Culpepper, to support his mother. Witness: Warren Culpepper.2 
(free wh female 60-70) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Edith was probably a free white female, age 60 and under 70, in Arthur Culpepper's household, on the 1830 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. The census had no ticks to account for Jane Humphries Culpepper.3 

Family

Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (say 1751 - November 1815)
Children
Last Edited17 October 2007

Citations

  1. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  2. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  3. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 249, Ancestry.com images 59-60, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Willa Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M10-15, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F30-40, 1 F60-70, 1 slave
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 0 slaves.
  4. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
    Book 17, p. 128, Currituck Co., NC: 26 Jun 1824. Hardy Culpepper, a bond to Eady Culpepper, to support his mother. Witness: Warren Culpepper.

Hardy Culpepper

M, (say 1798 - after 1840)
FatherHenry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (s 1751 - Nov 1815)
MotherEdith (?)1 (c 1760 - a 1815)
DNA* Hardy has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of Thomas Culpepper, who is a son of Henry Culpepper, Jr. and grandson Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, VA. 
Birth*say 1798 Hardy was born at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina, say 1798. 
(free wh male 0-10) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Arthur and Hardy was probably a free white male, under 10 years old, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's houseshold on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..2 
(Heir) Will23 November 1815 Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur, Frances, Olive, Tamer, Julia and James named as heir(s) in the will of Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815.3 
(Deed Witness) Deed23 November 1815 He witnessed a deed grant by Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC to Arthur Culpepper, with Warren Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 23 November 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 4, Currituck Co., NC: 23 Nov 1815. Henry Culpepper, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper, for $60, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper, Warren Culpepper. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper, David Powers (Jurat), James Fisk.4 
Deed*12 April 1819 He witnessed a deed grant to Tamer Culpepper on 12 April 1819 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 232, Currituck Co., NC: 12 Apr 1819. Edward Cox and wife Elizabeth to Tamer Culpepper, lease one acre. Witness: Hardy Culpepper.4 
Deed4 December 1819 He granted a deed to Arthur Culpepper, with Edith Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 4 December 1819 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 119, Currituck Co., NC: 4 Dec 1819. Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $15, 1½ acres adjacent to Eady Culpepper...4 
Deed*5 January 1820 He granted a deed to Warren Culpepper, witnessed by Arthur Culpepper on 5 January 1820 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 118, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Jan 1820. Hardy Culpepper to Warren Culpepper for $45, 15 acres. Witnesses: Arthur Culpepper and Henry Holt.4 
Marriage*circa 1820 He married Rebecca Etheridge at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1820. 
(Deed Witness) Deed19 December 1822 He witnessed a deed grant by John Cox to Arthur Culpepper on 19 December 1822 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 16, p. 197, Currituck Co., NC: 19 Dec 1822. John Cox, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper, for $50, 34 acres. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper and Nicholas Allison.4 
Deed*26 June 1824 He granted a deed to Edith Culpepper, witnessed by Warren Culpepper on 26 June 1824 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 17, p. 128, Currituck Co., NC: 26 Jun 1824. Hardy Culpepper, a bond to Eady Culpepper, to support his mother. Witness: Warren Culpepper.4 
Deed27 November 1824 He granted a deed to Warren Culpepper on 27 November 1824 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 17, p. 101, Currituck Co., NC: 27 Nov 1824, Hardy Culpepper to Warren Culpepper of Camden Co., for $27.50, 1½ acres.... Witnesses: Thomas Luffman and H. H. Cotter.4 
(Deed Witness) Deed1 January 1828 He witnessed a deed grant by Warren Culpepper on 1 January 1828 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 18, p. 175, Currituck Co., NC: 1 Jan 1828. Warren Culpepper to Sanford Powers, for $25, 2½ acres. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper and Nicholas Etheridge.4 
(Deed Witness) Deed5 March 1829 He witnessed a deed grant by Warren Culpepper on 5 March 1829 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 20, p. 48, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Mar 1829. Warren Culpepper to Nicholas Etheridge, for $10.... Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper and Abel Etheridge.4 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Hardy was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina.5 
Deed14 February 1831 He was granted a deed by Warren Culpepper on 14 February 1831 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 19, p. 221, Currituck Co., NC: 14 Feb 1831. Warren Culpepper of Camden Co., to Hardy Culpepper, for $30, five acres.4 
Deed*15 February 1831 He granted a deed to Arthur Culpepper, witnessed by Warren Culpepper on 15 February 1831 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 19, p. 223, Currituck Co., NC: 15 Feb 1831. Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $60, ten acres. Witnesses: Griffin Etheridge and Warren Culpepper.4 
(Deed Witness) Deed2 February 1832 He witnessed a deed grant by John Cox to Arthur Culpepper, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 2 February 1832 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 20, p. 47, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Feb 1832. John Cox, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper for $40, fifty acres adjacent to the heirs of Peter Culpepper. Witnesses: Thomas Cox and Hardy Culpepper (Jurat.)4 
(Deed Witness) Deed5 January 1836 He witnessed a deed grant to Arthur Culpepper, with Stephen Decatur Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 5 January 1836

Book 21, p. 207, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Jan 1836. Timothy C. Chamberlain to Arthur Culpepper, Timothy as executor of the will of Hollowell Sawyer, deceased, of Camden Co., for $27.50, fifteen acres adjacent to Stephen Culpepper (#466). Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper (#407), Jesse Culpepper (#432), Jurat.4 
1840 Census*1 June 1840 Hardy was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.
(Enumerated in the census but otherwise not identified is 1 F0-5.)6 
Death*after 1840 He died at Currituck Co., North Carolina, after 1840. 

Family

Rebecca Etheridge (circa 1800 - 31 May 1900)
Children
Last Edited3 September 2011

Citations

  1. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
    Book 17, p. 128, Currituck Co., NC: 26 Jun 1824. Hardy Culpepper, a bond to Eady Culpepper, to support his mother. Witness: Warren Culpepper.
  2. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  3. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013
  4. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  5. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 249, Ancestry.com images 59-60, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Willa Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M10-15, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F30-40, 1 F60-70, 1 slave
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 0 slaves.
  6. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 106, Ancestry.com images 3-4, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M50-60, 2 F5-10, 1 F10-15, 1 F40-50, 3 slaves
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M15-20, 1 M40-50, 3 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Mary Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F40-50, 0 slaves.
  7. Hardy Culpepper (#407), Hardy Culpepper Bible, Alice Doak, owner, (1999).
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/nc/currituck.htm#Hardy_Bible
    Hardy Culpeper, son of Hardy Culpeper & Rebekah, born 5 May 1830.

Frances Culpepper

F, (say 1790 - )
FatherHenry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (s 1751 - Nov 1815)
MotherEdith (?) (c 1760 - a 1815)
Birth*say 1790 Frances was born at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina, say 1790. 
(free wh female 10-16) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Frances was probably a free white female, age 10 and under 16, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..1 
Marriage*20 February 1811 She married James Humphries at Princess Anne Co., Virginia, on 20 February 1811.2 
Married Name20 February 1811  As of 20 February 1811, her married name was Humphries. 
Married Namecirca 1814  As of circa 1814, her married name was Holt. 
Marriage*circa 1814 She married (?) Holt at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1814. Her brother Hardy sold land to her brother Warren on 5 Jan 1820 and the deed was witnessed by a Henry Holt, who might be the husband of Frances..3 
(Heir) Will23 November 1815 Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur, Frances, Olive, Tamer, Julia and James named as heir(s) in the will of Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815.4 

Family 1

James Humphries (say 1789 - circa 1815)
Child

Family 2

(?) Holt (say 1790 - )
Last Edited17 October 2007

Citations

  1. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  2. E-mail written 1999 - 2006 to Lew Griffin from Angelee 'Angi' Denise Weast King, e-mail address.
  3. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
    Book 15, p. 118, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Jan 1820. Hardy Culpepper to Warren Culpepper for $45, 15 acres. Witnesses: Arthur Culpepper and Henry Holt.
  4. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013

Warren Culpepper

M, (circa 1788 - circa 1835)
FatherHenry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (s 1751 - Nov 1815)
MotherEdith (?) (c 1760 - a 1815)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Warren 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 1788 Warren was born circa 1788. 
(free wh male 10-16) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Warren was probably a free white male, age 10 and under 16, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..1 
(Deed Witness) Deed2 October 1808 He witnessed a deed grant by James Henry Culpepper to Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 2 October 1808

Book 10, p. 70, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Oct 1808. James Culpepper to Henry Culpepper for $65, land in the backwoods of Moyock District adjacent to Peter Culpepper (#399), William Powers, and Henry Culpepper (#405). Witnesses: Warren Culpepper (#409) and William Spence.2 
Deed*2 October 1808 He was granted a deed by James Henry Culpepper, with Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 2 October 1808 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 10, p. 69, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Oct 1808. James Culpepper to Warren Culpepper, for £65, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock, adjacent to Henry Culpepper. Witnesses: William Spence and Henry Culpepper.2 
Marriage*circa 1812 He married Sally Riggs circa 1812.3 
Deed*12 March 1814 He granted a deed to James Humphries, witnessed by James Henry Culpepper and Julia A. Culpepper, with Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 12 March 1814 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 12, p. 349, Currituck Co., NC: 12 Mar 1814. Warren Culpepper to James Humphries of Princess Ann Co., VA, for $25, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper. Witnesses: Nath. Torey, James Culpepper, Julia Culpepper, John Humphries.2 
Deed*9 October 1815 He was granted a deed by Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC, witnessed by Tamer Culpepper and James Henry Culpepper on 9 October 1815 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 111: 9 Oct 1815 — Henry Culpepper, Sr. of Currituck Co., to Warren Culpepper, for £50, Culpepper’s Island consisting of 50 acres. Witnesses: Tamer Culpepper and James Culpepper.4 
(Heir) Will23 November 1815 Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur, Frances, Olive, Tamer, Julia and James named as heir(s) in the will of Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815.5 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed23 November 1815 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC to Arthur Culpepper, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper and James Fiske on 23 November 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 4, Currituck Co., NC: 23 Nov 1815. Henry Culpepper, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper, for $60, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper, Warren Culpepper. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper, David Powers (Jurat), James Fisk.2 
Deed*2 December 1815 He was granted a deed by Arthur Culpepper, Tamer Culpepper and Julia A. Culpepper on 2 December 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 44, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Dec 1815. Bond of Arthur Culpepper, Henry Hill, Edward Jarret, Tamer Culpepper, and Julia Culpepper to Warren Culpepper.2 
Deed14 February 1816 He granted a deed to Arthur Culpepper, witnessed by James Powers and James Henry Culpepper on 14 February 1816 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 21, Currituck Co., NC: 14 Feb 1816. Warren Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $120, 15 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District.... Witnesses: James Powers and James Culpepper.2 
Deed2 September 1816 He granted a deed on 2 September 1816 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 521, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Sep 1816. Warren Culpepper to James Owens of Camden Co., for $150, 29.75 acres. Witnesses: Ira McPherson and Samuel Powers.2 
Deed*5 January 1820 He was granted a deed by Hardy Culpepper, witnessed by Arthur Culpepper on 5 January 1820 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 118, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Jan 1820. Hardy Culpepper to Warren Culpepper for $45, 15 acres. Witnesses: Arthur Culpepper and Henry Holt.2 
(Deed Witness) Deed26 June 1824 He witnessed a deed grant by Hardy Culpepper to Edith Culpepper on 26 June 1824 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 17, p. 128, Currituck Co., NC: 26 Jun 1824. Hardy Culpepper, a bond to Eady Culpepper, to support his mother. Witness: Warren Culpepper.2 
Deed27 November 1824 He was granted a deed by Hardy Culpepper on 27 November 1824 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 17, p. 101, Currituck Co., NC: 27 Nov 1824, Hardy Culpepper to Warren Culpepper of Camden Co., for $27.50, 1½ acres.... Witnesses: Thomas Luffman and H. H. Cotter.2 
Deed*3 March 1827 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted, witnessed by James Fiske, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 3 March 1827 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 18, p. 32, Currituck Co., NC, 3 Mar 1827, recorded 18 Feb 1828. Samuel Powers to Riland McPherson, for $100, 34.5 acres in the backwoods of Moyock, bordered by Peter Culpepper's heirs, William's Cypress Swamp Road, back to Peter Culpepper's heirs, Samuel Powers, Arthur Culpepper and Warren Culpepper's line. Witnesses: James Fiske Sr., Robert (X) Powers, Deborah Fiske (Deed title & oath statement spelled Riland. Body of deed text spells it three times as Riling.)2 
Deed1 January 1828 He granted a deed, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper on 1 January 1828 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 18, p. 175, Currituck Co., NC: 1 Jan 1828. Warren Culpepper to Sanford Powers, for $25, 2½ acres. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper and Nicholas Etheridge.2 
Deed26 January 1829 He granted a deed on 26 January 1829 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 19, p. 12, Currituck Co., NC: 26 Jan 1829. Warren Culpepper to Abel Etheridge for $15, one and three-fourths acres.... Witnesses: Griffin Etheridge, Henry Valentine (Jurat) and Sanford Powell.2 
Deed5 March 1829 He granted a deed, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper on 5 March 1829 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 20, p. 48, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Mar 1829. Warren Culpepper to Nicholas Etheridge, for $10.... Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper and Abel Etheridge.2 
Deed*7 December 1829 He granted a deed on 7 December 1829 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book V, p. 210: 7 Dec 1829 — Warren Culpepper and wife Saley to Washington Brite for $11, 30 acres adjacent to Joseph and Gersham Overton, James Overton, etc.4 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Warren was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Camden Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in census but otherwise not identified are 1 M0-5 and 1 M5-10..6 
Deed14 February 1831 He granted a deed to Hardy Culpepper on 14 February 1831 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 19, p. 221, Currituck Co., NC: 14 Feb 1831. Warren Culpepper of Camden Co., to Hardy Culpepper, for $30, five acres.2 
(Deed Witness) Deed15 February 1831 He witnessed a deed grant by Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper on 15 February 1831 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 19, p. 223, Currituck Co., NC: 15 Feb 1831. Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $60, ten acres. Witnesses: Griffin Etheridge and Warren Culpepper.2 
Deed*4 February 1834 He granted a deed to Nicholas Wilkins on 4 February 1834 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book U, p. 343: 4 Feb 1834 — Warren Culpepper to Nicholas Wilkins of Norfolk Co, VA, for $20, Culpepper’s Island, consisting of 50 acres.4 
Death*circa 1835 He died at Camden Co., North Carolina, circa 1835. 
Research note*13 June 2004 He was born in the 1780's, his wife in the 1790's. According to the 1830 census, he had two sons, one under ten, and one under five, both unidentified. Consequently, he is of interest. Your help with this person will be appreciated. Contact Lew Griffin (see footnote for details).7 

Family

Sally Riggs (circa 1792 - after 1830)
Last Edited11 July 2011

Citations

  1. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  2. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  3. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
    Deed of 7 Dec 1829.
  4. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  5. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013
  6. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 354, Ancestry.com images 15-16, Unknown Township, Camden Co., NC
    Rebecca Culpepper, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 1 F40-50, 1 F50-60, 2 slaves
    Warren Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M40-50, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves.
  7. Lewis W. Griffin Jr. (#47), e-mail address.

Arthur Culpepper

M, (1792 - 1846)
FatherHenry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (s 1751 - Nov 1815)
MotherEdith (?) (c 1760 - a 1815)
DNA* Arthur has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of Henry Culpepper, III, who is a son of Henry Culpepper, Jr. of Lower Norfolk, VA, the son of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, the American Culpepper progenitor. 
Birth*1792 Arthur was born at Currituck Co., North Carolina, in 1792. 
(free wh male 0-10) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Arthur and Hardy was probably a free white male, under 10 years old, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's houseshold on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..1 
Marriage*4 March 1811 He married Lovey Humphries at Princess Anne Co., Virginia, on 4 March 1811.2 
(Heir) Will23 November 1815 Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur, Frances, Olive, Tamer, Julia and James named as heir(s) in the will of Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815.3 
Deed*23 November 1815 He was granted a deed by Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper and James Fiske, with Warren Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 23 November 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 4, Currituck Co., NC: 23 Nov 1815. Henry Culpepper, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper, for $60, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper, Warren Culpepper. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper, David Powers (Jurat), James Fisk.4 
(Grantor) Deed2 December 1815 He granted a deed to Warren Culpepper on 2 December 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 44, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Dec 1815. Bond of Arthur Culpepper, Henry Hill, Edward Jarret, Tamer Culpepper, and Julia Culpepper to Warren Culpepper.4 
Deed*13 February 1816 He was granted a deed by James Henry Culpepper, witnessed by James Powers on 13 February 1816 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 22, Currituck Co., NC: 13 Feb 1816. James Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $105, land in the backwoods of Moyock District.... Witnesses: James Powers and Benjamin Powers.4 
Deed14 February 1816 He was granted a deed by Warren Culpepper, witnessed by James Powers and James Henry Culpepper on 14 February 1816 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 21, Currituck Co., NC: 14 Feb 1816. Warren Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $120, 15 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District.... Witnesses: James Powers and James Culpepper.4 
Deed*13 November 1819 He was granted a deed on 13 November 1819 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 57, Currituck Co., NC: 13 Nov 1819. Cornelius Powers and Thomas Luffman, a bond to Arthur Culpepper, to keep a ditch open.... Witness: Caleb Wilson (Jurat.)4 
Deed4 December 1819 He was granted a deed by Hardy Culpepper, with Edith Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 4 December 1819 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 119, Currituck Co., NC: 4 Dec 1819. Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $15, 1½ acres adjacent to Eady Culpepper...4 
(Deed Witness) Deed5 January 1820 He witnessed a deed grant by Hardy Culpepper to Warren Culpepper on 5 January 1820 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 118, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Jan 1820. Hardy Culpepper to Warren Culpepper for $45, 15 acres. Witnesses: Arthur Culpepper and Henry Holt.4 
Deed*19 December 1822 He was granted a deed by John Cox, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper on 19 December 1822 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 16, p. 197, Currituck Co., NC: 19 Dec 1822. John Cox, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper, for $50, 34 acres. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper and Nicholas Allison.4 
Deed1 March 1827 He witnessed a deed grant on 1 March 1827 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 18, p. 34, Currituck Co., NC, 1 Mar 1827, recorded 14 Feb 1828, Samuel Powers Sr. to Sanford Powers, for $100, twenty acres on New Swamp, Back Woods, bordered by Henry Culpepper Sr. dec'd, the Dismal Swamp, to a branch called Jonathan's Branch. Witnesses: Robert (X) Powers and A. Culpepper, formerly part of a tract called Cherry's Tract.)4 
Deed*3 March 1827 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted, witnessed by James Fiske, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 3 March 1827 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 18, p. 32, Currituck Co., NC, 3 Mar 1827, recorded 18 Feb 1828. Samuel Powers to Riland McPherson, for $100, 34.5 acres in the backwoods of Moyock, bordered by Peter Culpepper's heirs, William's Cypress Swamp Road, back to Peter Culpepper's heirs, Samuel Powers, Arthur Culpepper and Warren Culpepper's line. Witnesses: James Fiske Sr., Robert (X) Powers, Deborah Fiske (Deed title & oath statement spelled Riland. Body of deed text spells it three times as Riling.)4 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed7 March 1830 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Thomas Culpepper, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 7 March 1830 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 21, p. 332, Currituck Co., NC: 7 Mar 1830. Thomas Culpepper of Currituck Co., to Wilson Corferew of Norfolk Co. VA, for $250, 100 acres willed to me by the death of my grandfather Peter Culpepper, adjacent to lands of Archibald Culpepper, deceased, and Arthur Culpepper. Witnesses: James R. Fulford, Samuel S. Wilson.4 
1830 Census*1 June 1830 Arthur was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. The census had no ticks to account for Jane Humphries Culpepper.5 
Deed*15 February 1831 He was granted a deed by Hardy Culpepper, witnessed by Warren Culpepper on 15 February 1831 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 19, p. 223, Currituck Co., NC: 15 Feb 1831. Hardy Culpepper to Arthur Culpepper for $60, ten acres. Witnesses: Griffin Etheridge and Warren Culpepper.4 
Deed2 February 1832 He was granted a deed by John Cox, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 2 February 1832 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 20, p. 47, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Feb 1832. John Cox, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper for $40, fifty acres adjacent to the heirs of Peter Culpepper. Witnesses: Thomas Cox and Hardy Culpepper (Jurat.)4 
Deed1 December 1834 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Jesse H. Culpepper on 1 December 1834 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 21, p. 206, Currituck Co., NC: 1 Dec 1834. Abel Etheridge of Norfolk Co., VA to Arthur Culpepper, for $30, four acres. Witnesses: Griffin Etheridge, Jesse Culpepper, Jurat.6 
Deed13 December 1834 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Jesse H. Culpepper on 13 December 1834 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 21, p. 208, Currituck Co., NC: 13 Dec 1834. Miles Powers to Arthur Culpepper, for $5, nine acres. Witnesses: Frances D. Cox, Jesse Culpepper.4 
Deed5 January 1836 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper and Jesse H. Culpepper, with Stephen Decatur Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 5 January 1836

Book 21, p. 207, Currituck Co., NC: 5 Jan 1836. Timothy C. Chamberlain to Arthur Culpepper, Timothy as executor of the will of Hollowell Sawyer, deceased, of Camden Co., for $27.50, fifteen acres adjacent to Stephen Culpepper (#466). Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper (#407), Jesse Culpepper (#432), Jurat.4 
Deed28 February 1838 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Jesse H. Culpepper on 28 February 1838 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 21, p. 438, Currituck Co., NC: 28 Feb 1838. Edward Powers to Arthur Culpepper, for $8, eight acres of his father Cornelius Powers, deceased. Witnesses: Jesse Culpepper, Jurat, and Alfred Better.4 
1840 Census*1 June 1840 Arthur was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.
(Enumerated in the census but otherwise not identified are 3 slaves).7 
Will*26 August 1841 He made a will at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 26 August 1841, naming as heir(s) Jesse H. Culpepper, Jane Humphries Culpepper, Lovey H. Culpepper and Ann H. Culpepper. It was witnessed by Duren Edward Garrett and Henry Culpepper.

Will of 26 Aug 1841, probated May 1846, Currituck Co., NC Will Book 4: Wife mentioned but not named. Son: Jesse. Daughters: Jane, Lovey, Ann. Note: Speaks of children's heirs. Wit: Duren E. Garret, Henry Culpepper.3 
(Adjacent Land Owner) Deed15 January 1844 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Stephen Decatur Culpepper on 15 January 1844 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 23, p. 131, Currituck Co., NC: 15 Jan 1844. Stephen D. Culpepper to Mathias Etheridge, for $235, 50 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District adjacent to Arthur Culpepper, Stephen Culpepper, and John Culpepper. Witnesses: Willis Powers and Mary Akes.4 
Death*1846 He died at Currituck Co., North Carolina, in 1846. 
Probate*May 1846 A probate action was taken on his estate in May 1846 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.3 

Family

Lovey Humphries (say 1792 - )
Children
Last Edited3 September 2011

Citations

  1. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  2. LDS Church, compiler, Ancestral File, Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org
  3. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013
  4. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  5. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 249, Ancestry.com images 59-60, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Willa Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M10-15, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F30-40, 1 F60-70, 1 slave
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 0 slaves.
  6. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
    Book 16, p. 65, Currituck Co., NC: 20 Dec 1821. John Cox to Philey Culpepper, son of Tamer Culpepper, for love and affection, and for the better maintenance of the said Philey, three-quarters of an acre. Witness: Thomas Luffman.
  7. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 106, Ancestry.com images 3-4, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M50-60, 2 F5-10, 1 F10-15, 1 F40-50, 3 slaves
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M15-20, 1 M40-50, 3 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Mary Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F40-50, 0 slaves.

Olive Culpepper1

F, (circa 1795 - )
FatherHenry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (s 1751 - Nov 1815)
MotherEdith (?) (c 1760 - a 1815)
Name Variation She was also known as Olla. 
Birth*circa 1795 Olive was born at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1795. 
(free wh female 0-10) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Tamer, Olive and Julia was probably a free white female, under age 10, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..2 
Marriage*before 1814 She married Edward Garrett at Currituck Co., North Carolina, before 1814. 
Married Namebefore 1814  As of before 1814, her married name was Garrett. 
(Heir) Will23 November 1815 Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur, Frances, Olive, Tamer, Julia and James named as heir(s) in the will of Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815.3 
1850 Census* Olive was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina
Biography* Olive Culpepper, daughter of Henry Culpepper and Edeah was born about 1795. She joined Northwest Baptist Church, Northwest, Virginia, on 25 June 1813. Olive married Edward Garrett, between June 1813 and November 1815, when she was mentioned in her father's will as Olive (or Alice) Garrott with a son, During Garrott.

In the 1850 Currituck Co., NC census, Olive Garrett, age 55, born in Virginia, is listed with children Samuel, age 22, born in NC; Martha (Mathias) age 17 born NC and Jennett Garrett, age 11, born in NC.

Olive was Edward Garrett's second wife. He is listed in the 1810 Currituck Co., NC census with a family. He was named guardian of Charlotte Garrott, who was probably a daughter.

Edward Garrett, born 1773, son of John Garrett and Elizabeth Cox(?) died May 1850 from consumption, age 77.. Ref. Birth, death and cause of death. 1850 Curr. Co. Mortality census. Edward is listed in his mother's will in Curr. Co., NC WB 3, 21 Oct. 1827. May 1828.

Children of Edward and Olive Culpepper Garrett
     (1) Duren Edward Garrett, born 1814 in Curr. Co. NC and died about 1868 at Moyock, NC. married Charlotte Hodges of Camden Co., NC.
     (2) Emaline Anne Garrett born 1 May 1824, Moyock, NC, died 17 April 1895 at Moyock, NC. Married Jesse Culpepper at Moyock, NC.
     (3) Sarah Garrett born 1 May 1824 at Moyock, NC. Never married.
     (4) Samuel S. Garrett born 1830 at Moyock, NC died after 1873, married (1) Milbrey Wiggenton (2) On 3 October 1873 Camden Co., NC. Samuel S. Garrett, son of Edward and Olive Garrett, late of Currituck Co., NC. Married Mary Brite, daughter of James and Milbrey Wiggenton, late of Norfolk Co., Virginia. Ref. Camden Co. NC marriages. Note. Mary and Milbrey could have been sisters. Samuel's first wife is listed in 1850 Curr. Co. census born in Virginia.
     (5) Henry M. Garrett born 21 June 1831 at Moyock, NC died aft. 1880 in Norfolk Co., VA. He married on 21 June 1855, at Moyock, NC, Nancy McPherson, daughter of Noah McPherson and Nancy Etheridge.
     (6) Mathias Garrett born abt.1833, Moyock, NC died about 1908 at age 75, married 10 July 1856, at Moyock, NC Mary Frances Denby.
     (7) Jeanette Anne Kizzie Garrett born Sept. 1839 at Moyock, NC and died 30 May 1878 at Moyock, NC. She married on 3 Feb. 1861, at Moyock, NC, Richard Johnson Powers, son of George Washington and Jacomine Powers Powers.4 

Family

Edward Garrett (circa 1773 - May 1850)
Children
Last Edited15 October 2007

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Alice Neal Basnight Doak (#38574), Alexandria, VA, e-mail address.
  2. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  3. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013
  4. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Alice Neal Basnight Doak (#38574), Alexandria, VA, e-mail address.
    July 2000.

Tamer Culpepper1

F, (circa 1796 - )
FatherHenry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (s 1751 - Nov 1815)
MotherEdith (?) (c 1760 - a 1815)
Birth*circa 1796 Tamer was born at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1796. 
(free wh female 0-10) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Tamer, Olive and Julia was probably a free white female, under age 10, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..2 
(Deed Witness) Deed9 October 1815 She witnessed a deed grant by Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC to Warren Culpepper on 9 October 1815 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 111: 9 Oct 1815 — Henry Culpepper, Sr. of Currituck Co., to Warren Culpepper, for £50, Culpepper’s Island consisting of 50 acres. Witnesses: Tamer Culpepper and James Culpepper.3 
(Heir) Will23 November 1815 Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur, Frances, Olive, Tamer, Julia and James named as heir(s) in the will of Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815.4 
(Grantor) Deed2 December 1815 She granted a deed to Warren Culpepper on 2 December 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 44, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Dec 1815. Bond of Arthur Culpepper, Henry Hill, Edward Jarret, Tamer Culpepper, and Julia Culpepper to Warren Culpepper.5 
Deed*12 April 1819 She was granted a deed, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper on 12 April 1819 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 15, p. 232, Currituck Co., NC: 12 Apr 1819. Edward Cox and wife Elizabeth to Tamer Culpepper, lease one acre. Witness: Hardy Culpepper.5 
Deed*9 May 1828 She granted a deed to Wildey Culpepper on 9 May 1828 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 18, p. 138, Currituck Co., NC: 9 May 1828. Tamer Culpepper to son Wildey Culpepper, a deed of gift consisting of personal items.6 

Family

John Cox (say 1795 - )
Child
Last Edited17 October 2007

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999 - 2006 to Lew Griffin from Angelee 'Angi' Denise Weast King, e-mail address.
  2. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  3. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  4. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013
  5. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  6. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
    Book 16, p. 65, Currituck Co., NC: 20 Dec 1821. John Cox to Philey Culpepper, son of Tamer Culpepper, for love and affection, and for the better maintenance of the said Philey, three-quarters of an acre. Witness: Thomas Luffman.

Julia A. Culpepper1

F, (circa 1794 - )
FatherHenry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC (s 1751 - Nov 1815)
MotherEdith (?) (c 1760 - a 1815)
Birth*circa 1794 Julia was born at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1794. 
(free wh female 0-10) 1800 Census4 August 1800 Tamer, Olive and Julia was probably a free white female, under age 10, in Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC's household on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..2 
(Deed Witness) Deed12 March 1814 She witnessed a deed grant by Warren Culpepper to James Humphries, with Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 12 March 1814 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 12, p. 349, Currituck Co., NC: 12 Mar 1814. Warren Culpepper to James Humphries of Princess Ann Co., VA, for $25, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper. Witnesses: Nath. Torey, James Culpepper, Julia Culpepper, John Humphries.3 
(Heir) Will23 November 1815 Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur, Frances, Olive, Tamer, Julia and James named as heir(s) in the will of Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 November 1815.4 
(Grantor) Deed2 December 1815 She granted a deed to Warren Culpepper on 2 December 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 44, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Dec 1815. Bond of Arthur Culpepper, Henry Hill, Edward Jarret, Tamer Culpepper, and Julia Culpepper to Warren Culpepper.3 
Marriage*before 1818 She married Moses Ballance Powers at Currituck Co., North Carolina, before 1818. 
Married Namebefore 1818  As of before 1818, her married name was Powers. 

Family

Moses Ballance Powers (say 1794 - )
Children
Last Edited31 August 2003

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999 - 2006 to Lew Griffin from Angelee 'Angi' Denise Weast King, e-mail address.
  2. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  3. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  4. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013

Rebecca Etheridge1,2

F, (circa 1800 - 31 May 1900)
Birth*circa 1800 Rebecca was born at North Carolina circa 1800. 
Marriage*circa 1820 She married Hardy Culpepper at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1820. 
Married Namecirca 1820  As of circa 1820, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 20-30) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Rebecca was probably a free white female, age 20 and under 30, in Hardy Culpepper's household, on the 1830 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina.3 
(free wh female 30-40) 1840 Census1 June 1840 Rebecca was probably a free white female, age 30 and under 40, in Hardy Culpepper's household, on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.
(Enumerated in the census but otherwise not identified is 1 F0-5.)4 
1850 Census*1 June 1850 Rebecca was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census on 1 June 1850 at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina.5 
1860 Census*1 June 1860 Rebecca was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina.6 
(household member) 1870 Census1 June 1870 Jane, William, Samuel, Mary, Nathan, George, Jakie, Martha and Rebecca listed as a household member living with Christopher Powers on the 1870 Census at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina.7 
1880 Census*1 June 1880 Rebecca was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina.8 
Death*31 May 1900 She died at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 31 May 1900. 
Biography* From Alice Doak [Mrs. Woodie Doak], March 2000:
"I cannot find parents of Rebecca Etheridge, who married Hardy Culpepper. Grandma said she lived to be 100, died about 1900. There is supposed to be an interview of her when she was 100 in the Currituck County Library. To this day, I do not know why I didn't ask grandma who her grandmother, Rebecca's parents were.... I've heard she was Jefferson's sister, but I have no proof...."2 

Family

Hardy Culpepper (say 1798 - after 1840)
Children
Last Edited2 May 2012

Citations

  1. LDS Church, compiler, Ancestral File, Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org
  2. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Alice Neal Basnight Doak (#38574), Alexandria, VA, e-mail address.
  3. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 249, Ancestry.com images 59-60, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Willa Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M10-15, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F30-40, 1 F60-70, 1 slave
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 0 slaves.
  4. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 106, Ancestry.com images 3-4, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M50-60, 2 F5-10, 1 F10-15, 1 F40-50, 3 slaves
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M15-20, 1 M40-50, 3 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Mary Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F40-50, 0 slaves.
  5. P. 167.
  6. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 286A, Lines 20-22, Moyock Dist., Shingle Landing PO, Currituck Co., NC (22 Jun 1860)
    Rebecca Culpeper, 60, F, Wh, Farmer, RE=$500, PE=$250, NC
    James Culpeper, 21, M, Wh, NC
    Lydia Culpeper, 21, F, Wh, NC.
  7. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Pages 258A, Lines 1-10, Moyock, Currituck Co., NC (18 Sep 1870)
    Christo Powers, 58, M, Wh, RE=$800, PE=$350, NC
    James (sic) Powers, 44, F, Wh, House Keep, NC
    William Powers, 20, M, Wh, NC
    Samuel Powers, 18, M, Wh, NC
    Mary Powers, 16, F, Wh, NC
    Nathan Powers, 14, M, Wh, NC
    George Powers, 12, M, Wh, NC
    Ann Powers, 10, F, Wh, NC
    Martha Powers, 7, F, Wh, NC
    Rebecca Culpeper, 70, F, Wh, House Keep, RE=$500, PE=$15, NC.
  8. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    FHL Film 1254961, National Archives Film T9-0961, Page 44B, Moyock, Currituck Co., NC
    Rebecca Culpepper, Self, F, wid, Wh, 81, Keeping House, NC/NC/NC.
  9. Hardy Culpepper (#407), Hardy Culpepper Bible, Alice Doak, owner, (1999).
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/nc/currituck.htm#Hardy_Bible
    Hardy Culpeper, son of Hardy Culpeper & Rebekah, born 5 May 1830.

Moses Ballance Powers1,2

M, (say 1794 - )
FatherJohn S. D. Powers (c 1763 - c 1825)
MotherKeziah Ballance (c 1767 - )
Birth*say 1794 Moses was born say 1794. 
Marriage*before 1818 He married Julia A. Culpepper at Currituck Co., North Carolina, before 1818. 
Biography* Moses and Julia had at least five children. 
(Deed Witness) Deed22 August 1859 He witnessed a deed grant by Lydia C. Culpepper to Silvester Constantine Powers, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as a previous landowner on 22 August 1859 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 28, p. 281, Currituck Co., NC: 22 Aug 1859. Lydia Culpepper of Norfolk City, VA, to Sylvester C. Powers, for $10, one acre formerly belonging to Peter Culpepper. Witnesses: Moses B. Powers, Samuel A. Powers, and William C. Powers.3 

Family

Julia A. Culpepper (circa 1794 - )
Children
Last Edited3 November 1999

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999 - 2006 to Lew Griffin from Angelee 'Angi' Denise Weast King, e-mail address.
  2. Leslie Randolph records, Leslie Randolph, DuBois, PA, to Lew Griffin, 1999.
  3. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.

Lovey Humphries

F, (say 1792 - )
Birth*say 1792 Lovey was born say 1792. 
Marriage*4 March 1811 She married Arthur Culpepper at Princess Anne Co., Virginia, on 4 March 1811.1 
Married Name4 March 1811  As of 4 March 1811, her married name was Culpepper. 
(free wh female 30-40) 1830 Census1 June 1830 Lovey was probably a free white female, age 30 and under 40, in Arthur Culpepper's household, on the 1830 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. The census had no ticks to account for Jane Humphries Culpepper.2 
(free wh female 40-50) 1840 Census1 June 1840 Lovey was probably a free white female, age 40 and under 50, in Arthur Culpepper's household, on the 1840 Census on 1 June 1840 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.
(Enumerated in the census but otherwise not identified are 3 slaves).3 

Family

Arthur Culpepper (1792 - 1846)
Children
Last Edited26 September 2003

Citations

  1. LDS Church, compiler, Ancestral File, Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org
  2. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 249, Ancestry.com images 59-60, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Willa Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M10-15, 1 M40-50, 1 F0-5, 1 F30-40, 1 F60-70, 1 slave
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M30-40, 1 F5-10, 1 F20-30, 0 slaves.
  3. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 106, Ancestry.com images 3-4, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Arthur Culpepper, 1 M50-60, 2 F5-10, 1 F10-15, 1 F40-50, 3 slaves
    Hardy Culpepper, 1 M0-5, 1 M5-10, 1 M15-20, 1 M40-50, 3 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F15-20, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves
    Mary Culpepper, 1 M15-20, 1 F15-20, 1 F40-50, 0 slaves.