Allie B. Pickle

F, (May 1876 - )
FatherJames D. Pickle1 (Aug 1845 - )
MotherSarah J. (?)1 (Jun 1851 - )
Birth*May 1876 Allie was born at Mississippi in May 1876.1 
Marriage*29 September 1897 She married Henry Daniel Culpepper at Attala Co., Mississippi, on 29 September 1897 at age 21.2 
Married Name29 September 1897  As of 29 September 1897, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Daughter) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Allie was listed as a daughter in James D. Pickle's household on the 1900 Census at Center, Attala Co., Mississippi.1 
Married Name19 June 1900  As of 19 June 1900, her married name was Sanders.3 
Marriage*19 June 1900 She married Jasper M. Sanders at Attala Co., Mississippi, on 19 June 1900 at age 24.3 
(Wife) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Allie was listed as Jasper M. Sanders's wife on the 1910 Census at Attala Co., Mississippi.4 

Family 1

Henry Daniel Culpepper (4 September 1868 - 19 July 1898)
Child

Family 2

Jasper M. Sanders (circa 1879 - )
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited21 March 2008

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 12, Page 1B, Family 14, Center, Attala County, MS
    James D. Pickles, Head, Wh, M, Aug 1845, 53, Md-24 yrs, AL/SC/SC, Farmer
    Sarah J. Pickles, Wife, Wh, F, Jun 1851, 48, Md-24 yrs, ch 5/3, AL/SC/AL
    Oliver P. Pickles, Son, Wh, M, Feb 1886, 14, S, MS/AL/AL, Farm Laborer
    Allie Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, May 1876, 24, Wid, ch 1/1, MS/AL/AL
    Lessie P. Culpepper, G-Daughter, Wh, Sep 1898, 1, S, MS/MS/MS.
  2. Hunting For Bears, compiler, Mississippi Marriages, 1776-1935, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7842
    D. H. Culpeper and Alice B. Pickle married 29 Sep 1897 in Attala Co., MS.
  3. Hunting For Bears, compiler, Mississippi Marriages, 1776-1935, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7842
    Allie Culpepper and J. M. Sanders married 19 Jun 1900 in Attala Co., MS.
  4. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED15, Sheet 8A, Family 136, Beat 5, Attala County, MS
    Jasper M. Sanders, Head, M, Wh, 30, Md-10 yrs, MS/MS/MS, Farmer, General farm
    Allie B. Sanders, Wife, F, Wh, 34, Md-10 yrs, ch 6/4, MS/MS/AL
    Lessie P. E. Culpepper, Step-daughter, F, Wh, 11, S, MS/MS/MS
    Bessie M. Sanders, Daughter, F, Wh, 9, S, MS/MS/MS
    Retha M. Sanders, Daughter, F, Wh, 5, S, MS/MS/MS
    Alma J. Sanders, Daughter, F, Wh, 3, S, MS/MS/MS.

Bert F. Culpepper

M, (circa 1861 - )
FatherBenjamin R. Culpepper1 (12 Sep 1824 - 19 Dec 1897)
MotherElizabeth Caldwell1 (c 1832 - )
Name Variation He was also known as Ben F. Culpepper.1 
Birth*circa 1861 Bert was born at Attala Co., Mississippi, circa 1861.1 
(household member) 1870 Census1 June 1870 Elizabeth, Richard, Mary, Alvin, Bert, George and Henry listed as a household member on the 1870 Census at Attala Co., Mississippi.1 
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited6 March 2008

Citations

  1. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 55-56, Family 426, Lines 38-40, Lines 1-5, Beat 5, Attala, MS
    B. R. Culpepper, 45, M, Wh, Farmer, RE=$300, PE=$200, MS
    Elizabeth Culpepper, 37, F, Wh, Keeping House, AL
    Mason Culpepper, 14, M, Wh, MS
    M. E. Culpepper, 12, F, Wh, MS
    Jackson Culpepper, 10, M, Wh, MS
    Ben F. Culpepper, 8, M, Wh, MS
    George Culpepper, 4, M, Wh, MS
    Daniel Culpepper, 1, M, Wh, MS.

Lela Bell Tinsley

F, (12 June 1886 - 10 April 1967)
Birth*12 June 1886 Lela was born at Alabama on 12 June 1886. 
Marriage*22 January 1905 She married Walter Lee Culpepper at Camp Springs, Henry Co., Alabama, on 22 January 1905 at age 18. 
Married Name22 January 1905  As of 22 January 1905, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Wife) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Lela was listed as Walter Lee Culpepper's wife on the 1910 Census at Hardwickburg, Henry Co., Alabama.1 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Lela was listed as Walter Lee Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Cowarts, Houston Co., Alabama.2 
Death*10 April 1967 She died at Chipley, Washington Co., Florida, on 10 April 1967 at age 80.3 

Family

Walter Lee Culpepper (6 July 1881 - 10 February 1973)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited3 September 2010

Citations

  1. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 120, Page 14A, Lines 47-50, Hardwicksburg, Henry Co., AL
    Walter L. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 28, md1-5yrs, AL/AL/AL, General Farmer
    Lela B. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 24, md1-5yrs, ch 2/2, AL/AL/AL
    Burtha J. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 4, sng, AL/AL/AL
    John E. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 2, sng, AL/AL/AL.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 148, Page 6A, Lines 26-32, Newton and Columbia Road, Cowarts, Houston Co., AL
    Walter Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 38, md, AL/AL/AL, Farmer
    Lela Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 33. md, GA/GA/GA
    Bertha Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 14, sng, AL/AL/GA
    John Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 12, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Beatrice Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 8, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Wesley Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 3, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Delphine Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 2/12, sng, AL/AL/GA.
  3. State of Florida Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Florida Death Index, 1936-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7338
    Lela B. Culpepper, Vol 2951, Cert 23170, Washington Co., FL, White, Female, died Apr 1967.
  4. Bureau of Naval Personnel (Record Group 24 / National Archives at College Park MD), compiler, World War II Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Casualties, 1941-1945, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2007.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=1122
    Name: John Eutus Culpepper
    Relative Name: Mrs. Lela Bell Culpepper
    Relative Relationship: Mother
    State: Florida
    Country: United States
    Type of Casualty: Killed In Action
    Roll: ww2c_27.

William Yancy Fleming

M, (circa 1882 - before 1920)
Birth*circa 1882 William was born circa 1882. 
Marriage*16 June 1906 He married Hassie May Culpepper at Henry Co., Alabama, on 16 June 1906. 
Death*before 1920 He died at Henry Co., Alabama, before 1920. 

Family

Hassie May Culpepper (November 1888 - )
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited12 June 1999

Citations

  1. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 127, Pages 4B-5A, Lines 96-100 & 1-4, Shorterville, Henry Co., AL
    Thomas Q. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 46, md1-22yrs, AL/AL/AL, General Farmer
    Nancy J. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 47, md1-22yrs, ch 8/5, AL/SC/SC
    Haskie M. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 21, md1-3yrs, ch 2/2, AL/AL/AL
    Annie L. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 18, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Tullis N. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 16, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farm Laborer
    Joseph B. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 10, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farm Laborer
    Robert E. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 8, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farm Laborer
    Clarence Flemming, Grandson, M, Wh, 2, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Frank T. Flemming, Grandson, M, Wh, 6/12, sng, AL/AL/AL.

John Smith

M, (1853 - 1926)
Birth*1853 John was born at Henry Co., Alabama, in 1853. John was the fifth and last child of William Augustus and Mary Ward Smith who married in Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*31 January 1882 He married Martha L. Culpepper at Henry Co., Alabama, on 31 January 1882.2 
1900 Census*1 June 1900 John was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Columbia, Henry Co., Alabama.3 
Burial*1926 His body was interred in 1926 at Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Geneva Co., Alabama.1 
Death*1926 He died in 1926.1 

Family

Martha L. Culpepper (11 September 1858 - 1932)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited28 July 2005

Citations

  1. Henry County Heritage Book Committee, compiler, The Heritage of Henry County, Alabama, Clanton, Alabama: Heritage Pub. Consultants, 2002, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2ho.
    "William Augustus Smith" article.
  2. Helon H. Cutter, compiler, Henry County, Alabama Records, Volume II, 1821-1901 Marriage Records, Tallahassee, FL: Rose Printing Co., 1992, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.131 X2c v.2.
    Martha Culpepper married John Smith on 31 Jan 1882 in Henry Co., Alabama, Book 1881-1884, page 113.
  3. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 86, Page 17B, Lines 10-14, Columbia, Henry Co., AL
    John Smith, Head, Wh, M, Nov 1853, 46, md-17yrs, AL/GA/GA, Farmer
    Martha L. Smith, Wife, Wh, F, Sep 1860, 39, md-17yrs, ch 3/3, AL/GA/GA
    Mamie B. Smith, Daughter, Wh, F, Feb 1884, 16, sng, AL/AL/AL
    James W. Smith, Son, Wh, M, Mar 1890, 10, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Lula C. Smith, Daughter, Wh, F, Sep 1892, 7, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Isabella McKnight, Boarder, Wh, F, Aug 1841, 58, wid, ch 0/0, GA/GA/GA
    James W. Culpepper, Nephew, Wh, M, May 1879, 21, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farm Laborer.

Lonnie Marcus Culpepper

M, (11 August 1877 - 22 October 1955)
FatherJames Calvin Culpepper (13 Dec 1847 - 23 Nov 1907)
MotherJulia Ann Gray (28 Jun 1848 - 27 Nov 1929)
Birth*11 August 1877 Lonnie was born at Rankin Co., Mississippi, on 11 August 1877.1,2 
(Son) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Lonnie, Edward and Sylvester was listed as a son in James Calvin Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Hardwickburg, Henry Co., Alabama.3 
Marriage*circa 1907 He married Etta Mills circa 1907.4 
1910 Census*15 April 1910 Lonnie was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.4 
WWI Draft Reg*12 September 1918 He registered for the WW-I draft on 12 September 1918 at Gordon, Houston Co., Alabama.5 
1920 Census*1 January 1920 Lonnie was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Gordon, Houston Co., Alabama.6 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 Lonnie was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Gordon, Houston Co., Alabama.7 
Death*22 October 1955 He died at Henry Co., Alabama, on 22 October 1955 at age 78.8,2 
Burial*circa 24 October 1955 His body was interred circa 24 October 1955 at Gordon Cemetery, Gordon, Houston Co., Alabama.2 

Family

Etta Mills (8 February 1888 - )
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited8 August 2005

Citations

  1. Mrs. Marvin Scott, History of Henry County, Alabama, Pensacola, FL: Grank R. Parkhurst, 1961, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 D2s.
    Pages 212-213: A transcription of the Family Bible of James Calvin Culpepper and Julia Ann Gray.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/al/misc/bible_james_calvin.htm.
  2. LDS Members of the Dothan Branch Genealogical Committee, compiler, Inscriptions of All White Cemeteries of Houston Co., Alabama, Dothan, AL: , 1959, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.1295 V3d.
    Gordon Cemetery, Gordon, Houston Co., AL
    + Lonnie Culpepper, 11 Aug 1877 - 22 Oct 1955.
  3. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 88, Page 10A, Lines 13-18, Hardwicksburg, Henry Co., AL
    James Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Dec 1847, 52, md-25yrs, AL/SC/GA, Farmer
    Julia A. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Jun 1848, 51, md-25yrs, ch 6/6, GA/GA/NC
    Lassie M. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Aug 1887, 22, sng, MS/AL/GA
    Alice V. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Oct 1879, 20, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Pilat E. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Nov 1885, 14, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Lula C. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Sep 1883, 16, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Sylvester H. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Dec 1889, 10, sng, AL/AL/GA.
  4. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 116, Page 14B, Lines 73-74, Headland, Henry Co., AL
    Lonnie Culpeper (sic), Head, M, Wh, 28, md1-2yrs, MS/AL/GA, General Farmer
    Etta Culpeper, Wife, F, Wh, 21, md1-2yrs, ch 0/0, AL/AL/AL.
  5. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=6482
    Lonnie Marcus Culpepper, RFD #1, Gordon, Houston Co., AL, Age 41, born 11 Aug 1877, Caucasian, Farmer; Wife: Mamie Culpepper; Medium Height, Medium Build, Blue Eyes, Brown Hair; signed 12 Sep 1918.
  6. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 155, Page 4A, Lines 28-29, Gordon & Bottomwood Road, Gordon, Houston Co., AL
    Lonnie A. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 42, md, MS/TN/MS, Farmer
    Etta Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 29, md, AL/GA/GA.
  7. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 26, Page 5B, Lines 93-94, Gordon, Houston Co., AL
    Lonnie A. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 46, [email protected], MS/AL/GA, Farmer
    Etta Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 38, [email protected], AL/AL/AL.
  8. State of Alabama Center for Health Statistics / Record Services Division, compiler, Alabama Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2011.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2453
    Lonnie M. Culpepper died 22 Oct 1955 in Henry Co., Alabama.

Etta Mills

F, (8 February 1888 - )
Name Variation She was also known as Mamie.1 
Birth*8 February 1888 Etta was born on 8 February 1888. 
Marriage*circa 1907 She married Lonnie Marcus Culpepper circa 1907.2 
Married Namecirca 1907  As of circa 1907, her married name was Culpepper.2 
(Wife) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Etta was listed as Lonnie Marcus Culpepper's wife on the 1910 Census at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.2 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Etta was listed as Lonnie Marcus Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Gordon, Houston Co., Alabama.3 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Etta was listed as Lonnie Marcus Culpepper's wife on the 1930 Census at Gordon, Houston Co., Alabama.4 

Family

Lonnie Marcus Culpepper (11 August 1877 - 22 October 1955)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited7 August 2005

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
    Lonnie Marcus Culpepper, RFD #1, Gordon, Houston Co., AL, Age 41, born 11 Aug 1877, Caucasian, Farmer; Wife: Mamie Culpepper; Medium Height, Medium Build, Blue Eyes, Brown Hair; signed 12 Sep 1918.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 116, Page 14B, Lines 73-74, Headland, Henry Co., AL
    Lonnie Culpeper (sic), Head, M, Wh, 28, md1-2yrs, MS/AL/GA, General Farmer
    Etta Culpeper, Wife, F, Wh, 21, md1-2yrs, ch 0/0, AL/AL/AL.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 155, Page 4A, Lines 28-29, Gordon & Bottomwood Road, Gordon, Houston Co., AL
    Lonnie A. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 42, md, MS/TN/MS, Farmer
    Etta Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 29, md, AL/GA/GA.
  4. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 26, Page 5B, Lines 93-94, Gordon, Houston Co., AL
    Lonnie A. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 46, [email protected], MS/AL/GA, Farmer
    Etta Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 38, [email protected], AL/AL/AL.

Sylvester H. Culpepper

M, (23 December 1888 - 6 September 1921)
FatherJames Calvin Culpepper (13 Dec 1847 - 23 Nov 1907)
MotherJulia Ann Gray (28 Jun 1848 - 27 Nov 1929)
DNA* Sylvester has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of Drury Culpepper of Henry Co., AL, who is a great- grandson of Joseph Culpepper and 3-great-grandson of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, VA. 
Name Variation He was also known as Vester.1 
Birth*23 December 1888 He was born on 23 December 1888 at Abbeville, Henry Co., Alabama.2 
Birth24 December 1889 Sylvester was born at Henry Co., Alabama, on 24 December 1889.3 
(Son) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Lonnie, Edward and Sylvester was listed as a son in James Calvin Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Hardwickburg, Henry Co., Alabama.4 
Marriage*6 April 1910 He married Eva G. Hall on 6 April 1910 at age 21.3 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Edward and Sylvester was listed as a son in Julia Ann Gray's household on the 1910 Census at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.1 
WWI Draft Reg5 June 1917 He registered for the WW-I draft on 5 June 1917 at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.2 
WWI Draft Reg*5 June 1917 He registered for the WW-I draft on 5 June 1917 at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.2 
1920 Census*1 January 1920 Sylvester was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Henry Co., Alabama.5 
Death*6 September 1921 He died at Houston Co., Alabama, on 6 September 1921 at age 32.6,3,7 

Family

Eva G. Hall (9 July 1889 - )
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited30 August 2011

Citations

  1. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 116, Page 10B, Lines 79-82, Headland, Henry Co., AL
    Julia A. Culpeper (sic), Head, F, Wh, 61, wid, ch 6/6, GA/GA/GA, General Farmer
    Eddie Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 23, sng, AL/AL/GA, Farm Laborer
    Vester Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 21, md1-0yrs, AL/AL/GA, Farm Laborer
    Eva Culpeper, Daughter-in-law, F, Wh, 22, md1-0yrs, ch 0/0, AL/AL/AL.
  2. 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
    Silvester Culpeper (2-p), Headland, Henry Co., AL, Age 28, born 23 Dec 1888 in Abbeville, AL; Farmer for self, Dependants: Wife, one child and mother; Caucasian, No military experience, Short Height, Stout Build, Gray Eyes, Light Hair, not bald, No disabilities; signed 5 Jun 1917 in Abbeville, Henry Co., AL.
  3. Mrs. Marvin Scott, History of Henry County, Alabama, Pensacola, FL: Grank R. Parkhurst, 1961, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 D2s.
    Pages 212-213: A transcription of the Family Bible of James Calvin Culpepper and Julia Ann Gray.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/al/misc/bible_james_calvin.htm.
  4. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 88, Page 10A, Lines 13-18, Hardwicksburg, Henry Co., AL
    James Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Dec 1847, 52, md-25yrs, AL/SC/GA, Farmer
    Julia A. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Jun 1848, 51, md-25yrs, ch 6/6, GA/GA/NC
    Lassie M. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Aug 1887, 22, sng, MS/AL/GA
    Alice V. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Oct 1879, 20, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Pilat E. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Nov 1885, 14, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Lula C. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Sep 1883, 16, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Sylvester H. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Dec 1889, 10, sng, AL/AL/GA.
  5. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 125, Page 21B, Lines 55-60, Beat 7, Henry Co., AL
    Vesta Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 31, md, AL/AL/GA, Farmer
    Eva Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 33, md, AL/GA/AL
    Lizzy Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 8, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Ruth Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 4 2/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Wesley Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 1/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Julia Culpepper, Mother, F, Wh, 71, md, AL/AL/AL.
  6. E-mail written Jun 2002 to e-mail address from Sara Elizabeth Carter, e-mail address.
  7. State of Alabama Center for Health Statistics / Record Services Division, compiler, Alabama Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2011.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2453
    S. B. Culpepper died 6 Sep 1921 in Houston Co., Alabama.

Eva G. Hall

F, (9 July 1889 - )
FatherWarren Hall1 (c 1855 - 10 Jul 1936)
MotherBethany Elizabeth Knight1 (c 1855 - )
Birth*9 July 1889 Eva was born at Henry Co., Alabama, on 9 July 1889.2 
Marriage*6 April 1910 She married Sylvester H. Culpepper on 6 April 1910 at age 20.2 
Married Name5 April 1910  As of 5 April 1910, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Daughter-in-law) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Eva was listed as a daughter-in-law in Julia Ann Gray's household on the 1910 Census at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.3 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Eva was listed as Sylvester H. Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Henry Co., Alabama.4 
Married NameSeptember 1922  As of September 1922, her married name was Miller.2 
Marriage*September 1922 She married Frank C. Miller in September 1922 at age 33.2 

Family 1

Sylvester H. Culpepper (23 December 1888 - 6 September 1921)
Children

Family 2

Frank C. Miller (15 February 1877 - )
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited31 July 2005

Citations

  1. Charles Steger, compiler, William and Jane Law and Some of Their Descendants, Decorah, Iowa: Anundsen Publishing Co., Repository: South Carolina Historical Society in Charleston, Call No. 929 Law.
    p. 268.
  2. Mrs. Marvin Scott, History of Henry County, Alabama, Pensacola, FL: Grank R. Parkhurst, 1961, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 D2s.
    Pages 212-213: A transcription of the Family Bible of James Calvin Culpepper and Julia Ann Gray.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/al/misc/bible_james_calvin.htm.
  3. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 116, Page 10B, Lines 79-82, Headland, Henry Co., AL
    Julia A. Culpeper (sic), Head, F, Wh, 61, wid, ch 6/6, GA/GA/GA, General Farmer
    Eddie Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 23, sng, AL/AL/GA, Farm Laborer
    Vester Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 21, md1-0yrs, AL/AL/GA, Farm Laborer
    Eva Culpeper, Daughter-in-law, F, Wh, 22, md1-0yrs, ch 0/0, AL/AL/AL.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 125, Page 21B, Lines 55-60, Beat 7, Henry Co., AL
    Vesta Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 31, md, AL/AL/GA, Farmer
    Eva Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 33, md, AL/GA/AL
    Lizzy Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 8, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Ruth Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 4 2/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Wesley Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 1/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Julia Culpepper, Mother, F, Wh, 71, md, AL/AL/AL.

Dick Carr

M, (circa 1872 - )
Birth*circa 1872 Dick was born circa 1872. 
Marriage*say 1893 He married April Eerie Culpepper say 1893. 

Family

April Eerie Culpepper (3 October 1875 - 25 May 1965)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited14 April 1999

Edward Penneul

M, (circa 1876 - )
Birth*circa 1876 Edward was born circa 1876. 
Marriage*say 1901 He married Alice V. Culpepper say 1901. 

Family

Alice V. Culpepper (1 October 1879 - )
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited14 April 1999

Edward Pilate Culpepper1

M, (6 November 1884 - January 1986)
FatherJames Calvin Culpepper (13 Dec 1847 - 23 Nov 1907)
MotherJulia Ann Gray (28 Jun 1848 - 27 Nov 1929)
Name Variation He was also known as Pep.2 
Name Variation He was also known as Pila.3 
Birth*6 November 1884 Edward was born at Shorterville, Duval Co., Florida, on 6 November 1884.3,2 
Birth6 November 1885 He was born on 6 November 1885 at Shorterville, Henry Co., Alabama.1,4,2 
(Son) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Lonnie, Edward and Sylvester was listed as a son in James Calvin Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Hardwickburg, Henry Co., Alabama.5 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Edward and Sylvester was listed as a son in Julia Ann Gray's household on the 1910 Census at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.6 
Education*1918 He was a student at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Lee Co., Alabama, in 1918.1  
WWI Draft Reg*12 September 1918 He registered for the WW-I draft on 12 September 1918 at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*circa 1919 He married Dorothy (?) at Alabama circa 1919.7 
1920 Census*1 January 1920 Edward was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Auburn, Lee Co., Alabama.7 
Marriage*circa May 1927 He married Essie Louise Robbins circa May 1927.2 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Tennessee.4 
Residence*1985 Edward and Essie resided at Greenville, Greenville Co., South Carolina, in 1985.4 
Death*January 1986 He died at Jacksonville, Duval Co., Florida, in January 1986 at age 101.2,4 
Biography*19 May 2010 Kathleen Bucher wrote the following:

Hi - was just browsing on the internet and would like to update you a bit on what I know about Edward Pilate Culpepper and his wife, Louise Robbins.

Though I'm not a "real" Culpepper, this wonderful couple "reared" me from the time I was 2 weeks old.

I know Edward had 2 wives, Louise was his second. From his first wife, he had two sons, but quite limited contact with them after leaving the marriage. Details were never explained to me...

He was born in Shorterville, Henry Co., Alabama. I believe he married Essie Louise Robbins Culpepper (née Oct 27, 1903) about 1927 (sometime in May, I believe). They went to Havana, Cuba on their honeymoon, and Louise's mother went with them. (I am still trying to convince my daughter of what a great idea this is, but she remains skeptical!) Louise Robbins Culpepper was the daughter of John McCleary Robbins, a state senator from Tennessee, and her mother was an Armstrong. For a long time, they did not tell her parents of Edward's divorced status, and I don't think they ever knew his real age. Your site mentioned he was called Pila, but I know in later years, everyone referred to him as "Pep". He was always Daddy Pep to me.

Edward and Louise also reared a boy named James who took the name of Culpepper, though he was never legally adopted. Jimmy married a woman named Carolyn who had worked for Louise and Edward at the drug store they ran at the bottom of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, TN. They had two daughters, Lynn (ca. 53 now) and Alison (ca. 48 now). Not sure if Carolyn is still alive, but Jimmy passed about 5 years ago.

Edward died about Dec. 1985, and Louise about May 1986, both in Jacksonville, Florida at the St. Catherine Laboure Manor. The death certificates are available from the Fla. Census/Statistics Dept. where Edward is mistakenly listed as an infant, as he was 101 when he died.

Just as a fun anecdote, Edward lied about his age all of his life. Whenever insurance people would come over, he would sneak them notes telling them his real age, trying to keep it from Louise. As if she never learned how old he really was!

He taught Physics, Math and Engineering at several schools in the south, even up to the time he was in his 80's, and that was another reason he kept mum about his age. Louise had children's nurseries throughout the south: in Florida (Altamonte Springs and Jacksonville) as she could not have children of her own. This fulfilled her great need to be around young people, something they continued all of their lives.

They were wonderful people and I miss them both immensely.

Thanks for keeping this site going. It was a wonderful trip down nostalgia lane for me.

Kind regards,
Kathleen Bucher.2 
Biography2 July 2010 Kathleen Bucher wrote with a followup to her message of 19 May 2010:

I need to clarify something - as I mentioned before, Louise had a children's nursery in Altamonte Springs, Florida. I was a premature two-week-old baby when my parents (father physician, mother nurse) opened their own private practice in Casselberry. They wanted to place my brother and me in her nursery during their office hours. Louise took one look at me and said, "Oh, I don't take babies so young." My father said, "Oh, she's really 9 months old, just small for her age." Louise had a worker, Ines Kirkland, who said, "Oh Mrs. Culpepper, please let her stay. I'll take care of her." That sealed my fate. While most children cried when they were taken to day care, I cried when I had to go home. I vividly remember one night pleading to be able to hug Daddy Pep goodnight. I hugged and hung on with all my might. He didn't have the heart to tear me away and my parents were all too happy not to have a screaming toddler at home.

I came into their lives when Louise was 57 and I was the daughter they never had. (Her words, not mine.) I spent as much time as I could with them. I never really bonded with my own mother, but my father and I are very close. When my parents divorced, we moved to Jacksonville just to be near Edward and Louise. So this is what I mean when I say they reared me. During summers, Louise and I would go spend time wherever Daddy Pep was teaching. Louise was always on the refreshment committee of any social event. She was an amazingly organized woman, and I never saw her flustered by preparations.

They moved from Altamonte Springs to Jacksonville to be closer to her family (in North and South Carolina), but especially to "really" retire. It wasn't a year before Louise had opened up another children's nursery. She eventually sold it, and another year went by, and people kept begging her just to take their child, and yet another nursery, albeit smaller, was born. And after she sold that one, she continued to take care of a few special children. Daddy Pep always made the most wonderful tree houses for us to play in. I am talking enormous 3-story (ok, I was a kid, but they were really big and really 3-story) and Louise always had a garage full of clothes and costume jewelry for us to dress up in. She was forever chauffeuring kids back and forth to swimming, ballet, museums, children's theater productions, etc.

Sometimes she would take me "visiting" with her. Whenever there was a piano in the house, I would beg to play. I hounded her for years to buy me a piano as my own mother wouldn't. They took me to a music store and wanted to buy me an accordion, just something small to start with to see if I was musically inclined. I said I only wanted a piano. I got my piano. As my mother was opposed to anything coming from Louise, Louise had to make it look like it was payment for an outstanding bill and she had absolutely no room for a piano, and would my mother please do her a big favor and take the piano off her hands...

She was quite the schemer. When they moved to Jacksonville, I came up one week-end and was talking to her in the kitchen. I saw something sticking out from the hall. She had bought me a piano for their house in Jacksonville because she knew how much I loved to play. Daddy Pep loved "She Wore Blue Velvet" and every time I would play it for him, he would laugh and chuckle and say, "I didn't know you knew that." Daddy Pep and I also played a duet, and I am just now remembering that as I write this. (Amazingly, my son is quite talented musically and he and I also play duets on the piano. I still have that first piano they bought me, it is now at my father's house in Colorado, and my son plays it.) Daddy Pep loved doing the Charleston and he taught it to me when I was about 8 years old.

Other anecdotes I remember: Every night after dinner, Daddy Pep and I would go for a walk while Louise cleaned the kitchen. He would have his long stick (to keep away bad dogs), and off we would go, hand-in-hand. He gave me the moon. He would point up to it and ask, "Whose moon is that?" I would, of course, answer, "That's my moon!" He would chuckle and say, "That's right."

When the astronauts were planning to land on the moon, he wrote me a letter and said, "Those astronauts are about to land on your moon!" It is quite ironic that my son wants to be an astronaut. Perhaps because the moon is already taken (by me, of course), he wishes to go to Mars.2 

Family 1

Dorothy (?) (circa 1901 - )

Family 2

Essie Louise Robbins (24 October 1903 - November 1986)
Child
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited14 May 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
    Edward Pilate Culpepper, Headland, Henry Co., AL, Age 32, born 6 Nov 1885, Caucasian, Student at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, AL; Nearest relative: Mrs. J. A. Culpepper of Headland, AL; Short Height, Medium Build, Blue Eyes, Dark Hair; No Disabilities. Signed 12 Sep 1918 in Abbeville, Henry Co., AL.
  2. E-mail written May-July 2010 to Warren L. Culpepper from Kathleen A. Bucher (#61502), e-mail address.
  3. Mrs. Marvin Scott, History of Henry County, Alabama, Pensacola, FL: Grank R. Parkhurst, 1961, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 D2s.
    Pages 212-213: A transcription of the Family Bible of James Calvin Culpepper and Julia Ann Gray.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/al/misc/bible_james_calvin.htm.
  4. 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
  5. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 88, Page 10A, Lines 13-18, Hardwicksburg, Henry Co., AL
    James Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Dec 1847, 52, md-25yrs, AL/SC/GA, Farmer
    Julia A. Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Jun 1848, 51, md-25yrs, ch 6/6, GA/GA/NC
    Lassie M. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Aug 1887, 22, sng, MS/AL/GA
    Alice V. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Oct 1879, 20, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Pilat E. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Nov 1885, 14, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Lula C. Culpepper, Daughter, Wh, F, Sep 1883, 16, sng, AL/AL/GA
    Sylvester H. Culpepper, Son, Wh, M, Dec 1889, 10, sng, AL/AL/GA.
  6. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 116, Page 10B, Lines 79-82, Headland, Henry Co., AL
    Julia A. Culpeper (sic), Head, F, Wh, 61, wid, ch 6/6, GA/GA/GA, General Farmer
    Eddie Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 23, sng, AL/AL/GA, Farm Laborer
    Vester Culpeper, Son, M, Wh, 21, md1-0yrs, AL/AL/GA, Farm Laborer
    Eva Culpeper, Daughter-in-law, F, Wh, 22, md1-0yrs, ch 0/0, AL/AL/AL.
  7. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Auburn, Lee Co., Alabama; Lines 2-3, Page 14A; ED 171 (10 Jan 1920)
    Edward P Colpepper, Head, M, Wh, 33, md, AL/AL/MS, Electrical Eng/College
    Dorothy Colpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 18, md, AL/AL/AL.

Essie Louise Robbins1

F, (24 October 1903 - November 1986)
Birth*24 October 1903 She was born on 24 October 1903. Louise was the daughter of John McCleary Robbins and ___ Armstrong.2,1 
Marriage*circa May 1927 She married Edward Pilate Culpepper circa May 1927.1 
Married Namecirca May 1927  As of circa May 1927, her married name was Culpepper.1 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 Her Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in North Carolina.2 
Residence*1985 Edward and Essie resided at Greenville, Greenville Co., South Carolina, in 1985.2 
Death*November 1986 She died at Jacksonville, Duval Co., Florida, in November 1986 at age 83.2,1 
Biography*19 May 2010 Kathleen Bucher wrote the following:

Hi - was just browsing on the internet and would like to update you a bit on what I know about Edward Pilate Culpepper and his wife, Louise Robbins.

Though I'm not a "real" Culpepper, this wonderful couple "reared" me from the time I was 2 weeks old.

I know Edward had 2 wives, Louise was his second. From his first wife, he had two sons, but quite limited contact with them after leaving the marriage. Details were never explained to me...

He was born in Shorterville, Henry Co., Alabama. I believe he married Essie Louise Robbins Culpepper (née Oct 27, 1903) about 1927 (sometime in May, I believe). They went to Havana, Cuba on their honeymoon, and Louise's mother went with them. (I am still trying to convince my daughter of what a great idea this is, but she remains skeptical!) Louise Robbins Culpepper was the daughter of John McCleary Robbins, a state senator from Tennessee, and her mother was an Armstrong. For a long time, they did not tell her parents of Edward's divorced status, and I don't think they ever knew his real age. Your site mentioned he was called Pila, but I know in later years, everyone referred to him as "Pep". He was always Daddy Pep to me.

Edward and Louise also reared a boy named James who took the name of Culpepper, though he was never legally adopted. Jimmy married a woman named Carolyn who had worked for Louise and Edward at the drug store they ran at the bottom of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, TN. They had two daughters, Lynn (ca. 53 now) and Alison (ca. 48 now). Not sure if Carolyn is still alive, but Jimmy passed about 5 years ago.

Edward died about Dec. 1985, and Louise about May 1986, both in Jacksonville, Florida at the St. Catherine Laboure Manor. The death certificates are available from the Fla. Census/Statistics Dept. where Edward is mistakenly listed as an infant, as he was 101 when he died.

Just as a fun anecdote, Edward lied about his age all of his life. Whenever insurance people would come over, he would sneak them notes telling them his real age, trying to keep it from Louise. As if she never learned how old he really was!

He taught Physics, Math and Engineering at several schools in the south, even up to the time he was in his 80's, and that was another reason he kept mum about his age. Louise had children's nurseries throughout the south: in Florida (Altamonte Springs and Jacksonville) as she could not have children of her own. This fulfilled her great need to be around young people, something they continued all of their lives.

They were wonderful people and I miss them both immensely.

Thanks for keeping this site going. It was a wonderful trip down nostalgia lane for me.

Kind regards,
Kathleen Bucher.1 
Biography2 July 2010 Kathleen Bucher wrote with a followup to her message of 19 May 2010:

I need to clarify something - as I mentioned before, Louise had a children's nursery in Altamonte Springs, Florida. I was a premature two-week-old baby when my parents (father physician, mother nurse) opened their own private practice in Casselberry. They wanted to place my brother and me in her nursery during their office hours. Louise took one look at me and said, "Oh, I don't take babies so young." My father said, "Oh, she's really 9 months old, just small for her age." Louise had a worker, Ines Kirkland, who said, "Oh Mrs. Culpepper, please let her stay. I'll take care of her." That sealed my fate. While most children cried when they were taken to day care, I cried when I had to go home. I vividly remember one night pleading to be able to hug Daddy Pep goodnight. I hugged and hung on with all my might. He didn't have the heart to tear me away and my parents were all too happy not to have a screaming toddler at home.

I came into their lives when Louise was 57 and I was the daughter they never had. (Her words, not mine.) I spent as much time as I could with them. I never really bonded with my own mother, but my father and I are very close. When my parents divorced, we moved to Jacksonville just to be near Edward and Louise. So this is what I mean when I say they reared me. During summers, Louise and I would go spend time wherever Daddy Pep was teaching. Louise was always on the refreshment committee of any social event. She was an amazingly organized woman, and I never saw her flustered by preparations.

They moved from Altamonte Springs to Jacksonville to be closer to her family (in North and South Carolina), but especially to "really" retire. It wasn't a year before Louise had opened up another children's nursery. She eventually sold it, and another year went by, and people kept begging her just to take their child, and yet another nursery, albeit smaller, was born. And after she sold that one, she continued to take care of a few special children. Daddy Pep always made the most wonderful tree houses for us to play in. I am talking enormous 3-story (ok, I was a kid, but they were really big and really 3-story) and Louise always had a garage full of clothes and costume jewelry for us to dress up in. She was forever chauffeuring kids back and forth to swimming, ballet, museums, children's theater productions, etc.

Sometimes she would take me "visiting" with her. Whenever there was a piano in the house, I would beg to play. I hounded her for years to buy me a piano as my own mother wouldn't. They took me to a music store and wanted to buy me an accordion, just something small to start with to see if I was musically inclined. I said I only wanted a piano. I got my piano. As my mother was opposed to anything coming from Louise, Louise had to make it look like it was payment for an outstanding bill and she had absolutely no room for a piano, and would my mother please do her a big favor and take the piano off her hands...

She was quite the schemer. When they moved to Jacksonville, I came up one week-end and was talking to her in the kitchen. I saw something sticking out from the hall. She had bought me a piano for their house in Jacksonville because she knew how much I loved to play. Daddy Pep loved "She Wore Blue Velvet" and every time I would play it for him, he would laugh and chuckle and say, "I didn't know you knew that." Daddy Pep and I also played a duet, and I am just now remembering that as I write this. (Amazingly, my son is quite talented musically and he and I also play duets on the piano. I still have that first piano they bought me, it is now at my father's house in Colorado, and my son plays it.) Daddy Pep loved doing the Charleston and he taught it to me when I was about 8 years old.

Other anecdotes I remember: Every night after dinner, Daddy Pep and I would go for a walk while Louise cleaned the kitchen. He would have his long stick (to keep away bad dogs), and off we would go, hand-in-hand. He gave me the moon. He would point up to it and ask, "Whose moon is that?" I would, of course, answer, "That's my moon!" He would chuckle and say, "That's right."

When the astronauts were planning to land on the moon, he wrote me a letter and said, "Those astronauts are about to land on your moon!" It is quite ironic that my son wants to be an astronaut. Perhaps because the moon is already taken (by me, of course), he wishes to go to Mars.1 

Family

Edward Pilate Culpepper (6 November 1884 - January 1986)
Child
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited4 July 2010

Citations

  1. E-mail written May-July 2010 to Warren L. Culpepper from Kathleen A. Bucher (#61502), e-mail address.
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm

Clara Viola Barnett1

F, (9 November 1897 - 25 September 1978)
FatherCharlie F. Barnett (s 1867 - 1939)
MotherSaphronia Smith (s 1869 - 1948)
Birth*9 November 1897 Clara was born at Haleburg, Henry Co., Alabama, on 9 November 1897.2 
Marriage*5 March 1916 She married Kelmon Curtis Culpepper at Henry Co., Alabama, on 5 March 1916 at age 18. 
Married Name5 March 1916  As of 5 March 1916, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Clara was listed as Kelmon Curtis Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Hardwickburg, Henry Co., Alabama.3 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Clara was listed as Kelmon Curtis Culpepper's wife on the 1930 Census at Cedar Springs, Early Co., Georgia.4 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 Her Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Alabama.2 
Death*25 September 1978 She died at Abbeville, Henry Co., Alabama, on 25 September 1978 at age 80.2 
Burial*circa 27 September 1978 Her body was interred circa 27 September 1978 at Adaniron Baptist Church Cemetery, Henry Co., Alabama

Family

Kelmon Curtis Culpepper (8 July 1894 - 26 November 1932)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited2 October 2011

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2004-2011 to Warren Culpepper from Roy Kelmon Culpepper (#49924), Smiths Station, AL, e-mail address (Mar 2011).
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 123, Page 4A, Lines 17-18, Hardwicksburg, Henry Co., AL
    Kelmon C. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 25, sng, AL/AL/Farmer
    Clara T. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 22, md, AL/AL/AL.
  4. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 1, page 8B; Cedar Springs, Early Co., GA
    Home=?, Radio=N, Farm=Y
    Kelmon Culpepper, Head, 35, md @ 25, AL, AL, GA, Farmer (ID: 6114)
    Clara T. Culpepper, Wife, 33, md @ 18, AL, AL, AL
    Edward C. Culpepper, Son, 10, AL, AL, AL
    Marvin E. Culpepper, Son, 7, AL, AL, AL
    Robert J. Culpepper, Son, 4, GA, AL, AL
    Clarence L. Culpepper, Son, 3, GA, AL, AL.
  5. Ledger-Enquirer, Columbus (Muscogee Co.), GA.
    http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/
    Obituary of Edward C. Culpepper (#6692), published 18 Aug 2008.
  6. The Dothan Eagle, Dothan, Alabama.
    http://www.dothaneagle.com/
    Obituary of Marvin Amos Culpepper (#37559), published 29 Sep 2011.

Stella Florence Culpepper

F, (12 March 1877 - )
FatherJohn Hilliard Culpepper (5 Jan 1849 - 28 Dec 1925)
MotherElizabeth Caroline Bodiford (29 Aug 1853 - 4 Sep 1934)
Birth*12 March 1877 Stella was born at Henry Co., Alabama, on 12 March 1877. 
(Daughter) 1880 Census1 June 1880 Arrie, Stella and Lilla was listed as a daughter in John Hilliard Culpepper's household on the 1880 Census at Hardwickburg, Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*27 June 1895 She married Aaron K. Roberts at Henry Co., Alabama, on 27 June 1895 at age 18.2 
Married Name27 June 1895  As of 27 June 1895, her married name was Roberts.2 
Married Namesay 1905  As of say 1905, her married name was Southerland. 
Marriage*say 1905 She married John Thomas Southerland say 1905. 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Stella was listed as John Thomas Southerland's wife on the 1930 Census at Columbia, Houston Co., Alabama.3 
Burial* Her body was interred at Poplar Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Webb, Houston Co., Alabama.4 

Family 1

Aaron K. Roberts (circa 1875 - )

Family 2

John Thomas Southerland (7 May 1856 - 22 June 1936)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited11 June 2006

Citations

  1. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 82, Page 607C, Hardwicks, Henry Co., AL
    J. H. Culpepper, Self, M, md, Wh, 31, Farming AL/SC/NC
    Eliza C. Culpepper, Wife, F, md, Wh, 27, Housekeeper AL/SC/AL
    William M. Culpepper, Son, M, sng, Wh, 7, AL/AL/AL
    Arry G. Culpepper, Dau, F, sng, Wh, 5, AL/AL/AL
    Stilla F. Culpepper, Dau, F, sng, Wh, 3, AL/AL/AL
    Lilla C. Culpepper, Dau, F, sng, Wh, 1, AL/AL/AL.
  2. Helon H. Cutter, compiler, Henry County, Alabama Records, Volume II, 1821-1901 Marriage Records, Tallahassee, FL: Rose Printing Co., 1992, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.131 X2c v.2.
    Stella Culpepper married Orrie Roberts on 27 Jun 1895 in Henry Co., Alabama, Book 1893-1896, page 268.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 28, Page 6A, Lines 41-45, Columbia, Houston Co., AL
    Home=$13,000, Radio=N, Farm=Y, Vet=N
    J. T. Southerland, Head, M, Wh, 74, [email protected], GA/NC/NC, Farmer
    Stella F. (Culpepper) Southerland, Wife, F, Wh, 53, [email protected], AL/AL/AL
    Woodrow Southerland, Son, M, Wh, 15, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Eva M. Southerland, Daughter, F, Wh, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Eliza C. Culpepper, Mother-in-law, F, Wh, 77, sng, AL/AL/AL.
  4. E-mail written May 2006 to Warren Culpepper from Rebecca Southerland, e-mail address.

Aaron K. Roberts

M, (circa 1875 - )
FatherGeorge M. Troup Roberts1 (c 1834 - )
MotherSarah A. Ayers1 (14 Apr 1837 - 18 Dec 1927)
Name Variation He was also known as Orrie K.1 
Birth*circa 1875 Aaron was born circa 1875. 
Marriage*27 June 1895 He married Stella Florence Culpepper at Henry Co., Alabama, on 27 June 1895.2 

Family

Stella Florence Culpepper (12 March 1877 - )
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited1 September 2003

Citations

  1. E-mail written Mar 2003 to Ayers List at Rootsweb (e-mail address) from Pat Roberts Himes, e-mail address.
  2. Helon H. Cutter, compiler, Henry County, Alabama Records, Volume II, 1821-1901 Marriage Records, Tallahassee, FL: Rose Printing Co., 1992, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.131 X2c v.2.
    Stella Culpepper married Orrie Roberts on 27 Jun 1895 in Henry Co., Alabama, Book 1893-1896, page 268.

Lilla C. Culpepper1

F, (27 April 1879 - 18 April 1950)
FatherJohn Hilliard Culpepper (5 Jan 1849 - 28 Dec 1925)
MotherElizabeth Caroline Bodiford (29 Aug 1853 - 4 Sep 1934)
Birth*27 April 1879 Lilla was born at Henry Co., Alabama, on 27 April 1879. 
(Daughter) 1880 Census1 June 1880 Arrie, Stella and Lilla was listed as a daughter in John Hilliard Culpepper's household on the 1880 Census at Hardwickburg, Henry Co., Alabama.2 
Marriage*17 August 1895 She married William M. Money on 17 August 1895 at age 16. 
Married Name17 August 1895  As of 17 August 1895, her married name was Money. 
Married Name1909  As of 1909, her married name was Langford. 
Marriage*1909 She married Albert Everett Langford at Alabama in 1909. Albert and Lilla had two children: Edna E. Langford and Georgia Langford.3 
Death*18 April 1950 She died at Montgomery, Montgomery Co., Alabama, on 18 April 1950 at age 70.3 
Burial*21 April 1950 Her body was interred on 21 April 1950 at Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Montgomery Co., Alabama.3 

Family 1

William M. Money (circa 1876 - )
Child

Family 2

Albert Everett Langford (3 March 1876 - 28 November 1956)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited7 February 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jan 2012 to Warren L. Culpepper from Kae Lankford Jehle (gtgd/o #11201), e-mail address.
    Her name as it appears on her grave is spelled "Lilla."
  2. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 82, Page 607C, Hardwicks, Henry Co., AL
    J. H. Culpepper, Self, M, md, Wh, 31, Farming AL/SC/NC
    Eliza C. Culpepper, Wife, F, md, Wh, 27, Housekeeper AL/SC/AL
    William M. Culpepper, Son, M, sng, Wh, 7, AL/AL/AL
    Arry G. Culpepper, Dau, F, sng, Wh, 5, AL/AL/AL
    Stilla F. Culpepper, Dau, F, sng, Wh, 3, AL/AL/AL
    Lilla C. Culpepper, Dau, F, sng, Wh, 1, AL/AL/AL.
  3. E-mail written Jan 2012 to Warren L. Culpepper from Kae Lankford Jehle (gtgd/o #11201), e-mail address.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 121, Page 3B, Lines 65-68, Douglas Crossroads, Henry Co., AL
    John H. Cullpepper (sic), Head, M, Wh, 70, md, AL/SC/GA, Farmer
    Liza Cullpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 66, md, AL/NC/AL
    Clarence Cullpepper, Son, M, Wh, 24, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farmer
    Carlis Money, Grandson, M, Wh, 21, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farmer.

William M. Money

M, (circa 1876 - )
Birth*circa 1876 William was born circa 1876. 
Marriage*17 August 1895 He married Lilla C. Culpepper on 17 August 1895. 

Family

Lilla C. Culpepper (27 April 1879 - 18 April 1950)
Child
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited29 July 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 121, Page 3B, Lines 65-68, Douglas Crossroads, Henry Co., AL
    John H. Cullpepper (sic), Head, M, Wh, 70, md, AL/SC/GA, Farmer
    Liza Cullpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 66, md, AL/NC/AL
    Clarence Cullpepper, Son, M, Wh, 24, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farmer
    Carlis Money, Grandson, M, Wh, 21, sng, AL/AL/AL, Farmer.

Ruby Jane Hartzog

F, (20 January 1897 - 7 January 1988)
Birth*20 January 1897 Ruby was born on 20 January 1897.1,2 
Marriage*5 November 1922 She married Clarence Preston Culpepper on 5 November 1922 at age 25. 
Married Name5 November 1922  As of 5 November 1922, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Ruby was listed as Clarence Preston Culpepper's wife on the 1930 Census at Columbia, Houston Co., Alabama.3 
Residence*January 1988 Ruby resided at Midland City, Dale Co., Alabama, in January 1988.2 
Death*7 January 1988 She died at Washington Co., Florida, on 7 January 1988 at age 90.1 
Burial*circa 9 January 1988 Her body was interred circa 9 January 1988 at Old Union Cemetery, Henry Co., Alabama.4 

Family

Clarence Preston Culpepper (26 December 1895 - 8 December 1973)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited1 July 2005

Citations

  1. State of Florida Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Florida Death Index, 1936-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7338
    Ruby Jane Culpepper, Cert 12038, Washington Co., FL, White, 20 Jan 1897 - 7 Jan 1988.
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 28, Page 2A, Lines 26-32, Columbia, Houston Co., AL
    Rents Home, Radio=N, Farm=Y, Vet=Yes
    Clarence Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 34, [email protected], AL/AL/AL, Farmer
    Ruby J. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 33, [email protected], AL/AL/AL
    Lamar Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 6 7/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Mabel Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 5 6/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Myrtle Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 4 3/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Irene Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 1 3/12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Mattie May Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 2/12, sng, AL/AL/AL.
  4. Gayle & Ron Thomas, compiler, e-mail address, Survey of Old Union Cemetery in Henry County, Alabama
    , May 2001.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~alhenry/Cem/union_old.htm

Bernie B. Hatfield

M, (circa 1886 - )
Birth*circa 1886 Bernie was born circa 1886. 
Marriage*5 December 1909 He married Ovie Culpepper on 5 December 1909. 

Family

Ovie Culpepper (18 September 1889 - 9 February 1977)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited13 June 1999

Andrew Tyler Baker1

M, (13 February 1843 - 23 April 1924)
FatherRufus Morgan Baker (1818 - 17 Aug 1882)
MotherAnn Elizabeth Culpepper (1 Oct 1822 - 8 Mar 1907)
Birth*13 February 1843 Andrew was born at Cherokee Co., Alabama, on 13 February 1843. 
Marriage*11 September 1867 He married Eliza Jane McSpadden at Alabama on 11 September 1867 at age 24. 
1900 Census*1 June 1900 Andrew was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Fischers Mill, DeKalb Co., Alabama.2 
Death*23 April 1924 He died on 23 April 1924 at age 81. 

Family

Eliza Jane McSpadden (23 July 1845 - 20 May 1922)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited17 July 2014

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999 - 2016 to Lew Griffin from Nada Joy Hyde, Chattanooga, TN, e-mail address.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    Fischers Mill, De Kalb, Alabama; Roll: T623 14; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 76.
    Household Members: Name Age
    Andrew T. Baker 56
    Eliza J Baker 54 Wife
    Lee S Baker 26 Son
    Perry S Baker 25 Son
    Enoch M Baker 21 Son
    Mary A Baker 19 Daughter
    Lizinka Baker 15 Daughter
    Annie E Baker 77 Mother Feb 1822 W b. TN SC SC.

Eliza Jane McSpadden1

F, (23 July 1845 - 20 May 1922)
Birth*23 July 1845 Eliza was born at Alabama on 23 July 1845. 
Marriage*11 September 1867 She married Andrew Tyler Baker at Alabama on 11 September 1867 at age 22. 
Married Name11 September 1867  As of 11 September 1867, her married name was Baker. 
Death*20 May 1922 She died at Fort Payne, DeKalb Co., Alabama, on 20 May 1922 at age 76. 
Biography* 967. ELIZA J. McSPADDEN, ex 965, b1845, m1867, ANDREW T. BAKER, Farmer, b1843, son Rufus M. Baker, m Annie E. Culpepper. Asc' issue: Leila, b1868, d1882; Lee S., b1871; Perry S., b1874; Alex' W., b1876; Enoch M., b1879; Mary A., b1881; Lizinka, b1884
.
Source: The Ancestry and Posterity of the Lyles, Pioneer Settlers in Virginia , Page 119. 

Family

Andrew Tyler Baker (13 February 1843 - 23 April 1924)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited14 April 1999

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999 - 2016 to Lew Griffin from Nada Joy Hyde, Chattanooga, TN, e-mail address.

Enoch Marvin Baker

M, (2 March 1879 - 19 June 1945)
FatherAndrew Tyler Baker (13 Feb 1843 - 23 Apr 1924)
MotherEliza Jane McSpadden (23 Jul 1845 - 20 May 1922)
Birth*2 March 1879 Enoch was born at DeKalb Co., Alabama, on 2 March 1879. 
Biography* The following was taken from the Cherokee County History by Mrs. F. R. Stewart, p. 442-443: Senator Enoch Marvin Baker, of Fort Payne, was born March 2, 1879, in DeKalb County. He was the son of Andrew Tyler and Eliza Jane (McSpadden) Baker. Andrew T. Baker was a native of TN, who served as a private from Cherokee Co. in the Confederate States Army and located at Ft. Payne at the close of the war. Senator Baker was a grandson of Rufus Morgan and Annie Elizabeth (Culpepper) Baker, of TN, who located in Cherokee Co, the former serving in the Confederate States Army, and of Samuel R. and Mary (Reese) McSpadden of DeKalb Co. Senator Baker was educated in the public and private schools of DeKalb Co, and attended North Alabama College at Ft. Payne for one term and the prep schools at Sulphur Springs and Springville. He taught school in DeKalb, Cherokee, and Etowah counties, at the same time studying law at night. He was admitted to the bar August 17, 1912, and began practice in Ft. Payne. He served as representative from DeKalb Co. in 1919, and was judge of the County Court 1927-1931. During the World War he served on the Legal Advisory Board, was director of the Red Cross, County Food Administrator, 3-Minute Speaker, and confidential advisor the the Secretary of War. He is a Democrat, a Methodist, and a Mason. He married Mary Alma Allison, June 19,1918, at Rising Fawn, GA. She was the daughter of William Lee and Mary Ellen (Norwood) Allison, of that place. Their children are Martha, Elnora, and William Tyler. 
Marriage*19 June 1918 He married Mary Alma Allison on 19 June 1918 at age 39. 
Death*19 June 1945 He died at Mobile Co., Alabama, on 19 June 1945 at age 66.1 
Burial*say 23 June 1945 His body was interred say 23 June 1945 at Glenwood Cemetery, Fort Payne, DeKalb Co., Alabama.1 

Family

Mary Alma Allison (say 1881 - )
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited4 November 2007

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2003-2007 to Lew Griffin from Jamie Brooks, e-mail address.

Elias T. Bodiford

M, (circa 1842 - )
Birth*circa 1842 Elias was born at Alabama circa 1842. 
(household member) 1860 Census1 June 1860 Elias and Jane was listed as a household member living with Wesley Hamilton Bodiford in the 1860 Census at Rowville, Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*21 November 1875 He married Mary Elizabeth Culpepper at Henry Co., Alabama, on 21 November 1875.2 
1900 Census*1 June 1900 He was enumerated in the US Census of 1900 at Haleburg, Henry Co., Alabama.3 
Biography* On 25 Jan 2006, Marilyn Fletcher wrote:
     Nancy Bodiford (daughter of Elias T. Bodiford and Mary Elizabeth Culpepper) was my Grandmother. She told my sister and I that her real name was Delizakitura Bodiford. My Dad said their Aunt thought she had such a long name and nicknamed her Nancy. Her Aunt could remember that name. On her death record it has it as Nancy.
     (Regarding the 1900 census entry for) Lana Bodiford. Her name should be Laura. My Dad's Aunt.
     I have a photograph of them when my Grandmother was 12 years old on the porch of their house.4 

Family

Mary Elizabeth Culpepper (31 May 1855 - )
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited26 January 2006

Citations

  1. Page 202, Abbeville P. O.
  2. Helon H. Cutter, compiler, Henry County, Alabama Records, Volume II, 1821-1901 Marriage Records, Tallahassee, FL: Rose Printing Co., 1992, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.131 X2c v.2.
    Elizier E. Culpepper married Mr. Elias P. Boddiford on 21 Nov 1875 in Henry Co., Alabama, Book 1872-1877, page 358.
  3. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 101, Page 9A, Lines 78-84, Haleburg, Henry Co., AL
    Lias Bodiford, Head, Wh, M, Mar 1842, 58, md-25yrs, AL/AL/AL, Farmer
    Marry Bodiford, Wife, Wh, F, May 1856, 44, md-25yrs, ch 3/3, AL/AL/AL
    Lana Bodiford¸ Daughter, Wh, F, Jul 1880, 19, sng, AL/AL/AL
    John Bodiford, Son, Wh, M, Apr 1884, 16, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Nancy Bodiford, Daughter, Wh, F, Mar 1887, 12, sng, AL/AL/AL
    J. H. Culpepper, Father, Wh, M, May 1820, 80, wid, AL/AL/AL.
  4. E-mail written Jan 2006 to Warren Culpepper from Marilyn Fletcher, e-mail address.

Francis Marion Culpepper

M, (circa 1841 - 21 January 1894)
FatherJoel Culpepper Jr. (c 1812 - a 1880)
MotherNancy Forgy (c 1819 - 18 Aug 1861)
Birth*circa 1841 Francis was born circa 1841. 
Census*1860 He was listed as a resident in the census report at McMinn Co., Tennessee, in 1860. 
Marriage*20 August 1860 He married Mary Lemons at McMinn Co., Tennessee, on 20 August 1860. 
Marriage*2 September 1867 He married Nancy Emaline Hampton at Monroe Co., Tennessee, on 2 September 1867. 
1870 Census*11 June 1870 Francis was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census at Union Co., Illinois.1 
1880 Census* Francis was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Pulaski Co., Illinois.2 
Death*21 January 1894 He died on 21 January 1894. 
Biography* Francis was a teamster in 1870. 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Mary Lemons (July 1843 - circa 1866)
Children

Family 3

Nancy Emaline Hampton (say 1845 - )
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited31 January 2014

Citations

  1. P. 401, hh 181.
  2. Year: 1880; Census Place: Grand Chain, Pulaski, Illinois; Roll: 244; Family History Film: 1254244; Page: 241A; Enumeration District: 091; Image: 0043.

    Household Members:     
    Name     Age
    Francis Culpepper     39
    Nancy Culpepper     39
    Thomas Culpepper     22
    Mary Culpepper     7
    Nancy C. Culpepper     6.

Mary Lemons

F, (July 1843 - circa 1866)
FatherWilliam Monroe Lemons (1801 - 1884)
MotherDelila Holloway (1805 - 1868)
Name-Comm Her was commonly known as Polly Lemons. 
Birth*July 1843 Mary was born at Cog Hill, McMinn Co., Tennessee, in July 1843.1 
Marriage*20 August 1860 She married Francis Marion Culpepper at McMinn Co., Tennessee, on 20 August 1860 at age 17. 
Married Name20 August 1860  As of 20 August 1860, her married name was Culpepper. 
Death*circa 1866 She died at Polk Co., Tennessee, circa 1866.1 
Burial* Her body was interred at Polk Co., Tennessee. Probably in the Lemmons Cemetery, Polk County, TN, unmarked grave. This cemetery land was donated to county by her 1st cousin and was his family farm..1 

Family

Francis Marion Culpepper (circa 1841 - 21 January 1894)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited30 January 2014

Citations

  1. E-mail written Oct 2013 to Warren L. Culpepper from Kari Lemons, e-mail address.

Nancy Emaline Hampton

F, (say 1845 - )
Birth*say 1845 Nancy was born say 1845. 
Marriage*2 September 1867 She married Francis Marion Culpepper at Monroe Co., Tennessee, on 2 September 1867. 
Married Name2 September 1867  As of 2 September 1867, her married name was Culpepper. 

Family

Francis Marion Culpepper (circa 1841 - 21 January 1894)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited31 January 2014

Mary Alice Culpepper

F, (26 July 1863 - 2 April 1942)
FatherFrancis Marion Culpepper (c 1841 - 21 Jan 1894)
MotherMary Lemons (Jul 1843 - c 1866)
Birth*26 July 1863 Mary was born at Polk Co., Tennessee, on 26 July 1863.1 
Married Namesay 1880  As of say 1880, her married name was Lockhart.1 
Marriage*say 1880 She married Abner Henry Lockhart say 1880. Children:
Laura E. Lockhart-Johnson1881 – 1916
Mary Magalene Lockhart1883 – 1967
Arthur William Lockhart1885 – 1943
Harrison Benjamin Lockhart1888 – 1920
Thomas Carlock Lockhart1893 – 1973
Lela Lockhart1897 – 1943
Miles Dewey Lockhart1898 – 1991
Annie Beulah Lockhart1902 – 1944.1 
1880 Census* Mary and Laura was listed as a niece in Harriet Lemons's household on the 1880 Census at Polk Co., Tennessee.2 
Death*2 April 1942 She died at Etowah, McMinn Co., Tennessee, on 2 April 1942 at age 78.1 
Burial*say 4 April 1942 Her body was interred say 4 April 1942 at Coghill Baptist Church Cemetery, McMinn Co., Tennessee.3 

Family

Abner Henry Lockhart (September 1859 - 3 March 1931)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited31 January 2014

Citations

  1. E-mail written Oct 2013 to Warren L. Culpepper from Kari Lemons, e-mail address.
  2. FHL Film 1255275, National Archives Film T9-1275
    District 1, Page 4B.
  3. Find a Grave (online database)
    http://www.findagrave.com
    Find A Grave Memorial# 6836165.

Laura A. Culpepper

F, (1 February 1866 - 30 October 1951)
FatherFrancis Marion Culpepper (c 1841 - 21 Jan 1894)
MotherMary Lemons (Jul 1843 - c 1866)
Birth*1 February 1866 Laura was born at McMinn Co., Tennessee, on 1 February 1866.1 
(Niece) 1880 Census Mary and Laura was listed as a niece in Harriet Lemons's household on the 1880 Census at Polk Co., Tennessee.2 
Married Name24 December 1891  As of 24 December 1891, her married name was Moore. 
Marriage*24 December 1891 She married James Knox Moore at McMinn Co., Tennessee, on 24 December 1891 at age 25. Son: Henry Vaughn Moore: 1892 – 1977.1 
Death*30 October 1951 She died at Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., Tennessee, on 30 October 1951 at age 85.1 

Family

James Knox Moore (23 November 1869 - 25 April 1932)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited31 January 2014

Citations

  1. E-mail written Oct 2013 to Warren L. Culpepper from Kari Lemons, e-mail address.
  2. FHL Film 1255275, National Archives Film T9-1275
    District 1, Page 4B.

Nancy Carolyn Culpepper

F, (15 April 1875 - 16 January 1923)
FatherFrancis Marion Culpepper (c 1841 - 21 Jan 1894)
MotherNancy Emaline Hampton (s 1845 - )
Name-Comm Her was commonly known as Callie Culpepper. 
Birth*15 April 1875 Nancy was born at Illinois on 15 April 1875.1 
Marriage*6 December 1891 She married James Lloyd Miller at Massac Co., Illinois, on 6 December 1891 at age 16. 
Married Name6 December 1891  As of 6 December 1891, her married name was Miller. 
Marriage*12 September 1896 She married Albert Dunn at Massac Co., Illinois, on 12 September 1896 at age 21. 
Married Name12 September 1896  As of 12 September 1896, her married name was Dunn. 
Marriage*1902 She married William Edward Holloman at Providence, Webster Co., Kentucky, in 1902.2 
Married Name1902  As of 1902, her married name was Holloman. 
Death*16 January 1923 She died at Webster Co., Kentucky, on 16 January 1923 at age 47.1 

Family 1

James Lloyd Miller (say 1872 - )

Family 2

Albert Dunn (say 1872 - )

Family 3

William Edward Holloman (25 January 1861 - 4 August 1921)
Child
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited31 January 2014

Citations

  1. http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Culpepper-309
  2. E-mail written Jun 2004, Apr 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Kathryn Harrison, e-mail address.