Homer Graystone Culpepper1

M, (31 October 1907 - 6 February 1983)
FatherRev. James Martin Culpepper (Aug 1875 - c 1917)
MotherMillie M. Coogle (Jan 1872 - 26 Jul 1930)
Birth*31 October 1907 Homer was born at Macon, Bibb Co., Georgia, on 31 October 1907.2,3 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 James and Homer was listed as a son in Rev. James Martin Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Macon Co., Georgia.4 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Florida.3 
Marriage*21 January 1936 He married Josie Mae Riles at Highlands Co., Florida, on 21 January 1936 at age 28.1 
Death*6 February 1983 He died at Sebring, Highlands Co., Florida, on 6 February 1983 at age 75.2,3 

Family

Josie Mae Riles (15 September 1905 - 24 July 1970)
Child
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited11 January 2005

Citations

  1. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Highlands County Marriages in the 1900's
    ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/fl/highlands/vitals/marriages/baade.txt
    Homer Graystone Culpepper married Josie B. Barber on 21 Jan 1936 in Highlands Co., FL, Book 3-444.
  2. State of Florida Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Florida Death Index, 1936-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7338
    Homer G. Culpepper, Cert 15089, Highlands Co., FL, White, 31 Oct 1907 - 06 Feb 1983.
  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. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 64, Page 240A (18), lines 19-24, Garden Valley Dist., Macon Co., GA
    James M. Culpepper, Head, M, 35, Md1-14 yrs, GA/GA/GA, Farmer
    Millie M. Culpepper, Wife, F, 39, Md1-14 yrs, ch 5/4, GA/GA/GA
    Lorene Culpepper, Daughter, F, 13, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    James B. Culpepper, son, M, 8, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Janie L. Culpepper, Daughter, F, 6, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Homer G. Culpepper, son, M, 2, Sng, GA/GA/GA.

Gerald Lloyd Culpepper

M, (27 October 1902 - 23 April 1920)
FatherWalter Brooks Culpepper (6 Jun 1877 - 6 Jun 1952)
MotherMary Nevada Baxter (5 Feb 1876 - 12 Jun 1966)
Birth*27 October 1902 Gerald was born at Georgia on 27 October 1902.1 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Gerald and John was listed as a son in Walter Brooks Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Blackshear, Pierce Co., Georgia.2 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Gerald and John was listed as a son in Walter Brooks Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Blackshear, Pierce Co., Georgia.3 
Death*23 April 1920 He died at Alabama on 23 April 1920 at age 17.4,1 
Burial*circa 25 April 1920 His body was interred circa 25 April 1920 at Blackshear Cemetery, Blackshear, Pierce Co., Georgia.1 
Obituary* The following is a death notice from an unknown Pierce Co., GA source: Lloyd Culpepper, 17 yr old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Culpepper, drowned at Patterson's Landing in the Alabama River, Apr 22 1920, while on a swimming party.
No Alabama River has been located in Georgia, this is probably a reference to the Alabama River which flows into the Mobile River in Alabama. 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited13 August 2009

Citations

  1. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Blackshear Cemetery, Blackshear, Pierce Co., GA
    J. Lloyd Culpepper, 27 Oct 1902 - 23 Apr 1920.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 150, page 9B, Railroad Street, Blackshear, Pierce Co., GA
    Walter B. Culpepper, Head, M, 32, M1 8, GA/GA/GA, Laborer in Livery Stable
    Mary Nevada Culpepper, Wife, F, 33, M1 8, ch 4/2, GA/GA/GA
    Gerald L. Culpepper, Son, M, 7, S, GA/GA/GA
    John B. Culpepper, Son, M, 33, S, GA/GA/GA.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 139, page 9B, Blackshear, Pierce Co., GA
    (A 2-p Culpeper spelling was used in census)
    Brooks Culpepper, Head, M, 42, M, GA/GA/GA, Laborer at Kaolin Factory
    Navada Culpepper, Wife, F, 43, M, GA/GA/GA
    Loyd Culpepper, Son, M, 17, S, GA/GA/GA
    John B. Culpepper, Son, M, 13, S, GA/GA/GA.
  4. Georgia Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1998.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/5426a.htm
    J. Floyd Culpepper, d. 23 Apr 1920 in Pierce Co., GA, 13038-B.

John Brooke Culpepper

M, (10 April 1907 - 23 May 1964)
FatherWalter Brooks Culpepper (6 Jun 1877 - 6 Jun 1952)
MotherMary Nevada Baxter (5 Feb 1876 - 12 Jun 1966)
Birth*10 April 1907 John was born at Georgia on 10 April 1907. 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Gerald and John was listed as a son in Walter Brooks Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Blackshear, Pierce Co., Georgia.1 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Gerald and John was listed as a son in Walter Brooks Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Blackshear, Pierce Co., Georgia.2 
(Son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 John was listed as a son in Walter Brooks Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California.3 
Residence*July 1943 John resided at Pierce Co., Georgia, in July 1943.4 
World War II*between 1943 and 1945 He enlisted in Fort McPherson, Fulton Co., Georgia, and served in World War II between 1943 and 1945
(US Army.)4 
Death*23 May 1964 He died at Pierce Co., Georgia, on 23 May 1964 at age 57.5 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited6 May 2010

Citations

  1. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 150, page 9B, Railroad Street, Blackshear, Pierce Co., GA
    Walter B. Culpepper, Head, M, 32, M1 8, GA/GA/GA, Laborer in Livery Stable
    Mary Nevada Culpepper, Wife, F, 33, M1 8, ch 4/2, GA/GA/GA
    Gerald L. Culpepper, Son, M, 7, S, GA/GA/GA
    John B. Culpepper, Son, M, 33, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 139, page 9B, Blackshear, Pierce Co., GA
    (A 2-p Culpeper spelling was used in census)
    Brooks Culpepper, Head, M, 42, M, GA/GA/GA, Laborer at Kaolin Factory
    Navada Culpepper, Wife, F, 43, M, GA/GA/GA
    Loyd Culpepper, Son, M, 17, S, GA/GA/GA
    John B. Culpepper, Son, M, 13, S, GA/GA/GA.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 19-1280, Sheet #1-A, Page 87, Line 50, 553 Vermont, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA
    House owned, Value=$2850, Radio=Yes, Farm=No
    Walter B. Culpepper, Head, M, 52, M, [email protected], GA/GA/GA, Gardener, Private families
    Nevada Culpepper, Wife, F, 54, M, [email protected], GA/GA/GA, Nurse, Private Home
    John Culpepper, Son, M, 23, S, GA/GA/GA, Teacher, Public School
    Augusta L. Culpepper, Father, M, 76, Wid, GA/GA/GA, Not employed.
  4. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8939
    John B Culpepper, White, Married, born 1906 in Georgia, residing in Pierce Co., Georgia, enlisted as a Private in the US Army on 27 Jul 1943 in Fort McPherson, Georgia.
  5. Georgia Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1998.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/5426a.htm
    John B. Culpepper, d. 23 May 1964 at 57 years in Pierce Co., GA; Res. in Pierce Co., GA, 015572.

Brooks Otis Culpepper

M, (24 August 1910 - 12 July 1973)
FatherOtis O'Daniel Culpepper (24 Aug 1882 - 23 Jul 1954)
MotherMabel Killian (9 Jul 1890 - 19 Dec 1976)
Birth*24 August 1910 Brooks was born at Jefferson Co., Alabama, on 24 August 1910.1 
Marriage* He married Ilene P. McMurray
Census*1920 He was in the in 1920 census at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama
Death*12 July 1973 He died at Gary, Lake Co., Indiana, on 12 July 1973 at age 62.1 
Burial*circa 15 July 1973 His body was interred circa 15 July 1973 at Calumet Park Cemetery, Crown Point, Lake Co., Indiana

Family

Ilene P. McMurray (say 1912 - 5 January 1969)
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited8 March 2005

Citations

  1. 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

Ilene P. McMurray1

F, (say 1912 - 5 January 1969)
Married Name Her married name was Culpepper. 
Marriage* She married Brooks Otis Culpepper
Birth*say 1912 Ilene was born say 1912. 
Death*5 January 1969 She died on 5 January 1969. 

Family

Brooks Otis Culpepper (24 August 1910 - 12 July 1973)
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited8 March 2005

Citations

  1. E-mail written 7 Mar 2005 to Warren L. Culpepper from Sarah Nelson, e-mail address.

Verlin Culpepper1

F, (14 May 1908 - 1 May 1996)
FatherOtis O'Daniel Culpepper1 (24 Aug 1882 - 23 Jul 1954)
MotherMabel Killian1 (9 Jul 1890 - 19 Dec 1976)
Birth*14 May 1908 Verlin was born at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama, on 14 May 1908. 
(Granddaughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Verlin was listed as a granddaughter in Augustus LaFayette Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama.1 
Census1920 She was listed as a resident in the census report at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama, in 1920. 
Married Namecirca 1925  As of circa 1925, her married name was Seipp. 
Marriage*circa 1925 She married Steve Seipp circa 1925. 
Death*1 May 1996 She died at Maywood, Cook Co., Illinois, on 1 May 1996 at age 87. 
Biography* Mrs. S. (Verlin Culpepper) Seipp wrote, 27 Nov 1980, that "we own a large Roller Rink in Melrose Park, Ill. My son, Tom, runs it for us while we are in Fla." 

Family

Steve Seipp (circa 1906 - )
Child
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited7 December 2005

Citations

  1. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 91, Sheet 13B, Lines 59-63, 306 5th Ave, 14th Ward, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL (16 Apr 1910)
    Fayette Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 52, wid, GA/GA/GA, Carpenter/Coal Mine (ID: 33296)
    Odis Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 29, md1-3yrs, GA/GA/GA, Crane Operator/Steel Mill
    Mabel Culpepper, Dau-in-law, F, Wh, 19, md1-3yrs, ch 1/1, GA/GA/GA
    Verlin Culpepper, Dau, F, Wh, 1 11/12, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Virgo Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 5, sng, AL/GA/GA.

Steve Seipp

M, (circa 1906 - )
Birth*circa 1906 Steve was born circa 1906. 
Marriage*circa 1925 He married Verlin Culpepper circa 1925. 

Family

Verlin Culpepper (14 May 1908 - 1 May 1996)
Child
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited7 December 2005

Nellie Culpepper

F, (circa 1913 - )
FatherOtis O'Daniel Culpepper (24 Aug 1882 - 23 Jul 1954)
MotherMabel Killian (9 Jul 1890 - 19 Dec 1976)
Married Name Her married name was Granzow. 
Birth*circa 1913 Nellie was born at Jefferson Co., Alabama, circa 1913. 
Marriage* She married Harvey Granzow
Census*1920 She was in the in 1920 census at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama
Residence*1980 Nellie resided at Hobart, Lake Co., Indiana, in 1980. 

Family

Harvey Granzow (circa 1907 - )
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Harvey Granzow

M, (circa 1907 - )
Birth*circa 1907 Harvey was born circa 1907. 
Marriage* He married Nellie Culpepper

Family

Nellie Culpepper (circa 1913 - )
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Benjamin H. Elliott

M, (circa 1841 - 11 October 1861)
MotherCynthia C. Elliott (c 1823 - 19 Mar 1896)
Birth*circa 1841 Benjamin was born at Louina, Randolph Co., Alabama, circa 1841. 
Census*1850 He was in the in 1850 census at Meriwether Co., Georgia
Census1 October 1860 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Almond, Randolph Co., Alabama, on 1 October 1860. 
Civil War*1861 He served in the War Between the States in 1861

     
      Benjamin served in Company K of the 14th Infantry Regiment of Alabama Volunteers from August 7, 1861 until his death 11 Oct 1861. The following is from p. 74 of Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Alabama by Stewart Sifakis and published by Facts On File of New York: 133. ALABAMA 14TH INFANTRY REGIMENT Organization: Organized in state service at Auburn on July 19, 1861. Mustered into Confederate service there on August 7, 1861. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 9, 1865. First Commander: Thomas R. Judge (Colonel) Field Officers: David W. Baine (Lieutenant Colonel) James A. Broome (Major, Lieutenant Colonel) Mickleberry P. Ferrell (Major) Robert A. McCord (Major) Owen K. McLemore (Major) Lucius Pinckard (Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel) George W. Taylor (Major) Alfred C. Wood (Major, Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel) Assignments: Walker's Brigade, Department #1 (September-November 1861)
      Benjamin apparently died during this first assignment and before the first battle. On July 12th 1862, an Auditor W. H. S. Taylor, wrote the following to Col A. C. Myers: Please inform me from the rolls up to what date Benj H Elliot decd late private Capt Woods Co 14th Reg Ala Vols was paid, and the amount of clothing recd by him.
      Capt. Woods responded: _____Camp Bradford Near Huntsville Ala _____________________Oct 23rd 1861 To the Adjutant General _____of the Confederate States of America __________Richmond Virginia Dear Sir; Below find inventory of the effects of B. H. Elliott deceased who was a private in the "Louina Guards" Company K, 14 Regt Ala, Volunteers Commanded by Colo. Thos J. [sic] Judge. Said Elliott died at Huntsville on the 11th Oct Inst _____________________________Your obt. Servt _____________________________/s/ A. C. Wood __________________________________Capt Company K _______________________________________14 Ala Regt. Vol. _____Inventory __________2 Blankets __________1 Linen Shirt __________2 Cotton do.s __________2 prs woolen pants __________3 " Yarn? Socks __________2 " " gloves __________1 pr Suspenders __________1 Jeans? vest __________1 Silk Hdkf __________1 cotton do [Hdkf] __________1 fine comb __________1 large Knife Said Elliott was mustered into the Service of the Confederate States on the 7th day of August 1861; and received no pay for his Services, nor any Commutation Money upto the time of his death. _____________________________/s/ A. C. Wood __________________________________Commanding _______________________________________Company
      On May 17th 1864, W. H. Fowler "Ajut for Ala" verified that Capt A.C. Wood's signature was genuine.
      Benjamin H. Elliott's mother petitioned twice to receive the back pay which was due him, first on 14 Feb 1862 before an acting Justice of the Peace A. P. Hunter and again 13 Dec 1862: The State of Ala Randolph County _____Personally appeared before me George Forester a Justice of the Peace in and for Said County Synthia Elliott, Who being duly sworn by me Says on oath that She is the Mother of Benjamin H. Elliott Who Was a Private in Co E, 14 Ala Regt of Vol, And that She is informed and believes That the Said Benjamin H. Elliott died at Huntsvill [sic] in the State of Ala, On the 11th day of Oct 1861. And that the Said Benjamin H. Elliott has neither Wife, Child or Father entitled to claim, And that there is no Administration uppon? the Estate of the Said B. H. Elliott decsd And that She makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the arrears pay due the Said B. H. Elliott as a Volunteer in the Service of the [Confederacy (only top of C and f? appear at bottom or fold of page)] And the Said deponent do appoint John W. Dean of the State of Ala and County of Randolph, my agent to Ask secure? and Receipt the officer of the proper department for the Amount due me. as the Lawfull Mother and Representatives of the Said B H Elliott deceased for his Services as a Volunteer in the aboved named Company - Sworn to and Subscribed before Me Decr 13th 1862 _______________________________________her /s/ George Forrester, J. P _____Synthia / Elliott ______________________________________mark The State of Ala________________Personally appeared Randolph Cty____________________before me George ________________________________Forrester a Justice of the Peac [sic] in and for Said County W. H. Culpepeper and after being duly Sworn According to Law, Says on Oath that he is acquainted with the above name Synthia Elliott and the facts Set forth in the foregoing affidavit is just and true and that he is not interested in the Case Sworn to And Subscribed before me Decr 13th 1862 ________________________________/s/ W. H. Culpepper George Forrester J.P.______ The State of Ala _____J George Forrester Randolph County_______a Justice for the County of Randolph, do certify that the above declarations was made befor me, and That I am acquainted with the Witness W. H. Culpepper and that he is reliable and creditable, Given under my hand and Seal Decr 13th, 1862.
      On December 15th, 1862, Judge J. T. L. Pettimon certified that George Forrester's signature was genuine and that "faith and Credit should be given all of his official acts...."
      On Jan. 3, 1863, John W. Dean, Attorney, presented the claim in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department for settlement.
      On August 22, 1863, the Second Auditor's Office of the Treasury Department asked the Adjutant and Inspector General to report me the term of enlistment and the service and death, of "Benj. H. Elliott Decd late Pr of Captain Taylor's Company K 14 Regiment Ala. Vols."
      On November 11, 1863, the Adjutant and Inspector General's Office responded: It appears from the Muster Roll of Capt Taylors Company, (K) of the 14 Regiment Ala Volunteers, on file in this office [Richmond, Va.], that Benj H Elliott of his Company was enlisted for war 1st Augst 1861, and died on the 11th Octr 1861.
      On December 18, 1863, the Second Auditor's Office of the Treasury Department made a second request for the same information.
      Finally, 21 May 1864 the Treasury Department of the Confederate States made the following payable to John W. Dean Attorney at Louina, Randolph Co., AL for "Synthia Elliott Mother of Benjamin H. Elliott": For pay of said deceased from 7th August 1861 when mustered into service to October 11th 1861 when he died 2 mos. & 6 days @ $11.00 __________________________________________$24.20 Commutation clothing 1st six mos. 1st yr___25.00 Bounty_____________________________________50.00 _________________________________Dollars___99.20

      Benjamin served in Company K of the 14th Infantry Regiment of Alabama Volunteers from August 7, 1861 until his death 11 Oct 1861. The following is from p. 74 of Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Alabama by Stewart Sifakis and published by Facts On File of New York: 133. ALABAMA 14TH INFANTRY REGIMENT Organization: Organized in state service at Auburn on July 19, 1861. Mustered into Confederate service there on August 7, 1861. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 9, 1865. First Commander: Thomas R. Judge (Colonel) Field Officers: David W. Baine (Lieutenant Colonel) James A. Broome (Major, Lieutenant Colonel) Mickleberry P. Ferrell (Major) Robert A. McCord (Major) Owen K. McLemore (Major) Lucius Pinckard (Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel) George W. Taylor (Major) Alfred C. Wood (Major, Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel) Assignments: Walker's Brigade, Department #1 (September-November 1861)
      Benjamin apparently died during this first assignment and before the first battle. On July 12th 1862, an Auditor W. H. S. Taylor, wrote the following to Col A. C. Myers: Please inform me from the rolls up to what date Benj H Elliot decd late private Capt Woods Co 14th Reg Ala Vols was paid, and the amount of clothing recd by him.
      Capt. Woods responded: _____Camp Bradford Near Huntsville Ala _____________________Oct 23rd 1861 To the Adjutant General _____of the Confederate States of America __________Richmond Virginia Dear Sir; Below find inventory of the effects of B. H. Elliott deceased who was a private in the "Louina Guards" Company K, 14 Regt Ala, Volunteers Commanded by Colo. Thos J. [sic] Judge. Said Elliott died at Huntsville on the 11th Oct Inst _____________________________Your obt. Servt _____________________________/s/ A. C. Wood __________________________________Capt Company K _______________________________________14 Ala Regt. Vol. _____Inventory __________2 Blankets __________1 Linen Shirt __________2 Cotton do.s __________2 prs woolen pants __________3 " Yarn? Socks __________2 " " gloves __________1 pr Suspenders __________1 Jeans? vest __________1 Silk Hdkf __________1 cotton do [Hdkf] __________1 fine comb __________1 large Knife Said Elliott was mustered into the Service of the Confederate States on the 7th day of August 1861; and received no pay for his Services, nor any Commutation Money upto the time of his death. _____________________________/s/ A. C. Wood __________________________________Commanding _______________________________________Company
      On May 17th 1864, W. H. Fowler "Ajut for Ala" verified that Capt A.C. Wood's signature was genuine.
      Benjamin H. Elliott's mother petitioned twice to receive the back pay which was due him, first on 14 Feb 1862 before an acting Justice of the Peace A. P. Hunter and again 13 Dec 1862: The State of Ala Randolph County _____Personally appeared before me George Forester a Justice of the Peace in and for Said County Synthia Elliott, Who being duly sworn by me Says on oath that She is the Mother of Benjamin H. Elliott Who Was a Private in Co E, 14 Ala Regt of Vol, And that She is informed and believes That the Said Benjamin H. Elliott died at Huntsvill [sic] in the State of Ala, On the 11th day of Oct 1861. And that the Said Benjamin H. Elliott has neither Wife, Child or Father entitled to claim, And that there is no Administration uppon? the Estate of the Said B. H. Elliott decsd And that She makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the arrears pay due the Said B. H. Elliott as a Volunteer in the Service of the [Confederacy (only top of C and f? appear at bottom or fold of page)] And the Said deponent do appoint John W. Dean of the State of Ala and County of Randolph, my agent to Ask secure? and Receipt the officer of the proper department for the Amount due me. as the Lawfull Mother and Representatives of the Said B H Elliott deceased for his Services as a Volunteer in the aboved named Company - Sworn to and Subscribed before Me Decr 13th 1862 _______________________________________her /s/ George Forrester, J. P _____Synthia / Elliott ______________________________________mark The State of Ala________________Personally appeared Randolph Cty____________________before me George ________________________________Forrester a Justice of the Peac [sic] in and for Said County W. H. Culpepeper and after being duly Sworn According to Law, Says on Oath that he is acquainted with the above name Synthia Elliott and the facts Set forth in the foregoing affidavit is just and true and that he is not interested in the Case Sworn to And Subscribed before me Decr 13th 1862 ________________________________/s/ W. H. Culpepper George Forrester J.P.______ The State of Ala _____J George Forrester Randolph County_______a Justice for the County of Randolph, do certify that the above declarations was made befor me, and That I am acquainted with the Witness W. H. Culpepper and that he is reliable and creditable, Given under my hand and Seal Decr 13th, 1862.
      On December 15th, 1862, Judge J. T. L. Pettimon certified that George Forrester's signature was genuine and that "faith and Credit should be given all of his official acts...."
      On Jan. 3, 1863, John W. Dean, Attorney, presented the claim in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department for settlement.
      On August 22, 1863, the Second Auditor's Office of the Treasury Department asked the Adjutant and Inspector General to report me the term of enlistment and the service and death, of "Benj. H. Elliott Decd late Pr of Captain Taylor's Company K 14 Regiment Ala. Vols."
      On November 11, 1863, the Adjutant and Inspector General's Office responded: It appears from the Muster Roll of Capt Taylors Company, (K) of the 14 Regiment Ala Volunteers, on file in this office [Richmond, Va.], that Benj H Elliott of his Company was enlisted for war 1st Augst 1861, and died on the 11th Octr 1861.
      On December 18, 1863, the Second Auditor's Office of the Treasury Department made a second request for the same information.
      Finally, 21 May 1864 the Treasury Department of the Confederate States made the following payable to John W. Dean Attorney at Louina, Randolph Co., AL for "Synthia Elliott Mother of Benjamin H. Elliott": For pay of said deceased from 7th August 1861 when mustered into service to October 11th 1861 when he died 2 mos. & 6 days @ $11.00 __________________________________________$24.20 Commutation clothing 1st six mos. 1st yr___25.00 Bounty_____________________________________50.00 _________________________________Dollars___99.20. 
Death*11 October 1861 He died at Huntsville, Madison Co., Alabama, on 11 October 1861. 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited18 October 2008

Inman Busbee

M, (circa 1814 - 5 September 1896)
FatherWilliam Reese Busbee1 (c 1772 - b 14 Jan 1845)
MotherMary Winn2 (s 1774 - )
Name Variation He was also known as Busby. 
Birth*circa 1814 Inman was born at South Carolina circa 1814. 
Marriage*3 March 1836 He married Penelope Wood at Bibb Co., Georgia, on 3 March 1836. 
1850 Census* Inman was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at Louina, Randolph Co., Alabama.3 
Census*1860 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Randolph Co., Alabama, in 1860. 
Census1870 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Louina, Randolph Co., Alabama, in 1870. 
1880 Census* Inman was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Flat Rock, Randolph Co., Alabama.4 
Death*5 September 1896 He died at Randolph Co., Alabama, on 5 September 1896.5 
Burial* His body was interred at Wadley, Randolph Co., Alabama.6 
Marriage* He married Mary Jane Elliott
Biography* Census: 1880 Randolph Co., AL (Beat 8 p. 314 #9 (Innmon Busby 66 white GA SC SC)) Death record: From Register of Deaths, Randolph Co., AL (Marilyn Davis Barefield Historical Records of Randolph County, Alabama, 1832-1900 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1985)) p. 141 "Inman Busbee" white male 78 years old, widow, farmer. Died of cardiac dropsy in Beat 8. Buried in Elliott's Graveyard (now the Wadley City Cemetery). The name recorded in the 1860 census as "Busbee" but in the 1870 census and the 1880 census as "Busby." It was recorded on the death record as "Busbee." 

Family 1

Penelope Wood (31 December 1817 - 4 July 1864)
Children

Family 2

Mary Jane Elliott (June 1836 - after 1900)
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited8 August 2003

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2003 to Lew Griffin from Gaila Merrington, e-mail address, web site: http://www.merrington.net/
  2. E-mail written 2003 to Lew Griffin from Gaila Merrington, e-mail address, web site: http://www.merrington.net/.
    quoting Reese Schofield in the book Memoirs of Georgia.
  3. Per J. H. Wood, Jr. family group sheet 14 Dec 1973.
  4. FHL Film 1254030 National Archives Film T9-0030, Page 314A.
  5. Marilyn Davis Barefield, Historical Records of Randolph County, Alabama, 1832-1900, Easley, SC: Southern, Historical Press, 1985.
    p. 140 from Randolph Co., AL Register of Deaths 'Inman Busbee' 78.
  6. Marilyn Davis Barefield, Historical Records of Randolph County, Alabama, 1832-1900, Easley, SC: Southern, Historical Press, 1985.
    p. 140 Randolph Co., AL Register of Deaths 'Elliott's Graveyard.'

Penelope Wood

F, (31 December 1817 - 4 July 1864)
FatherRev. Allen Wood (6 Feb 1789 - 10 Jan 1852)
MotherRebecca Pearson (30 May 1798 - 3 Sep 1878)
Birth*31 December 1817 Penelope was born at Warren Co., Georgia, on 31 December 1817. 
Marriage*3 March 1836 She married Inman Busbee at Bibb Co., Georgia, on 3 March 1836 at age 18. 
Married Name3 March 1836  As of 3 March 1836, her married name was Busbee. 
Census*1860 She was listed as a resident in the census report at Randolph Co., Alabama, in 1860. 
Death*4 July 1864 She died at Randolph Co., Alabama, on 4 July 1864 at age 46. 

Family

Inman Busbee (circa 1814 - 5 September 1896)
Children
Last Edited20 October 2001

Rev. Allen Wood

M, (6 February 1789 - 10 January 1852)
Birth*6 February 1789 Allen was born at North Carolina on 6 February 1789. 
Marriage*15 June 1815 He married Rebecca Pearson on 15 June 1815 at age 26. 
Will*13 January 1851 He made a will at Monroe Co., Georgia, on 13 January 1851.

Will of Allen Wood- Monroe Co. Ga. -Will Book B Page 86

Georgia

Monroe County In the name of God, Amen, I Allen Wood, being of sound mind & memory & knowing the uncertainty of life & the certainty of death, & wishing to make a proper disposition of the affects with which a kind Providence has bleped (blessed) me temporarily do make, ordain, publish and declare this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all others heretofore by me made.

Item 1st I will and bequeath my body to the grave there to rest until the resurrection morn: and my soul to God who gave it with a with a lively hope that they will be reunited to spend a blipful (blissful) Eternity with my Redeemer.

Item 2nd It is my will & request that my body be buried in a decent manner agreeable to my circumstances in life.

Item 3rd It is my will and desire that all my just debts be first paid put of my estate as there is no necepity (necessity) for any of my creditors be delayed in their just rights.

Item 4th I will and bequeath unto my beloved wife Rebecca; all my estate both real & personal (with the exceptions here inafter made) during her nature life in case that she should never marry; and in case she should again marry, then in that case she shall be entitled to, and receive an equal share with each of my children, and in case she should never marry any future husband, then at her death all my estate both real and personal shall be sold and equally divided between my Eleven children, Viz. Henry, Jordan, Penny, Mahaly, Balinda, Elisha, William, Allen, Eliza, Rebecca and Francis; but if my beloved wife should see proper to marry, then at her marriage my said estate shall be sold and equally divided between her and my said Eleven children.

Item 5th It is my will and bequest that each one of my four children, to wit, Allen, Eliza, Rebecca and Francis, each as they become of age, or otherwise legally entitled to control or manage their own businep (business) shall be entitled to, and receive six hundred and thirty two dollars and fifty cents in money, before division of my estate according to exceptions in Item fourth, and that each of my sons Allen and Francis shall each receive a common horse, saddle and bridle extra. The above bequest of six hundred thirty two & a half dollars to each of my Daughters Eliza & Rebecca to be laid out

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by my Executor in land or negroes for the sole and separate use of each of my said Daughters for and during their natural lives not subject to any debts or liabilities of any futre husbands they may marry; and at their deaths to be vested in fee simple in their lawful heirs begotten of their body.

Item 6th It is my will & desire, that my beloved wife Rebecca should wish to dispose of or sell my premises whereon I now live in said County my Executors are hereby authorized to sell, either privately or at public outcry & make fee simple title to the same, and lay out the proceeds. or so much thereof as they may think proper for land in any section, in which she may wish to reside: If my Executors should not lay out all the proceeds of such sale in procuring a comfortable home for my beloved wife, they may apply any balance in discharging the foregoing bequests unto my sons, Allen & Francis and my Daughters Eliza & Rebecca.

Item 7th I hereby appoint and Constitute my beloved wife Rebecca and my son Henry L Wood my Executors to this my last will and testament.

Signed Sealed and published Allen Wood

this thirteenth day of January

Eighteen Hundred and fifty one

in presence of

Test









Georgia Personally appeared in open Court of Ordinary Simeon Dennis, Jeptha

Monroe County Castleberry and Donald McDonald three of the subscribing Witnepes(witnesses) to the

within will ( Spencer Sullivan the other subscribing witnep (witness) being absent) and being duly sworn,deposeth and saith, that they saw Allen Wood Sign, Seal, publish and declare this writing as and for his last will and testament, that they, in the presence of each other and in the presence of Spencer Sullivan attested said will as witnepes,(witness) that said testator at the time of the Execution of said will, was of sound disposing mind and memory, and that

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he executed the same freely, voluntarily and without complusion.

Sworn to and Subscribed D McDonald

in open Court Simeon Dennis

March 1st 1852 Jepthah Castleberry

Georgia

Monroe County I do solemnly swear that this writing contains the true last will of the within named

Allen Wood deceased so far as I know or believe, that I will well & truly execute the same by paying first the debts & then the legacies contained in the said will as far his goods & chattels will thereinto extend & the law charge me, and that I will make a true & perfect inventory of all such goods & chattels- So

help me God. her

Sworn to & Subscribed Rebecca X Wood

in open Court March 1, 1852 mark

E G Cabanip (Cabiness) Ordinary





Monroe County (Georgia) Minutes--Court of Ordinary Book B 1848-1858

Georgia

Monroe County The Court of Ordinary of said county met and was opened according to Law Monday March 1st 1852

Present E. G. Cabenip (Cabiness) Ordinary

Page 98

The last will and testament of Allen Wood late of Monroe County deceased having been proven in open Court upon the oath of Simeon Dennis, Jeptha Castleberry, and Donald McDonald. three of the witnepes (witnesses) thereto, & no objection being filed.

It is ordered by the Court that the same be admitted to record & that letters testamentary be granted to Rebecca Wood the executria in said will named-- the other person, viz. Henry L. Wood, named as an executor, being a citizen of Alabama was not permitted to qualify -- and it is further ordered that Donald McDonald, Benjamin Keys, James Harden, John Lester and Benjamin Haygood be appointed appraisers to appraise the property of said deceased.

Monroe Count Ga Appraisal Book E Page 23

Georgia The following is a list of Appraisement of the goods and chattels belonging

Monroe County to the estate of Allen Wood, late of said County dec'd March 2, 1852

1 Negro man named Isham 850.00

1 negro man Do Will 900.00

1 Negro Boy Do Billy 750.00

1 Negro woman " Condir 300.00

1 Negro woman " Julia 500.00

1 Negro woman " Mary 700.00

1 Negro woman Do Jinny 50.00

1 Negro girl Do Jane 600.00

1 Negro girl Do Ellen 400.00

1 Negro boy Do Joseph 350.00

1 Negro girl Do Martha 300.00

1 Negro Boy Do John 200.00

1 Negro Girl Do Harriet Ann 150.00

1 Gray horse valued at 75.00

1 Gray mare ~ ~ 90.00

1 Bay horse ~ ~ 40.00

1 Sorrel horse ~ ~ 60.00

1 Sorrel Mule ~ ~ 90.00

1 Bay Mule ~ ~ 75.00

4 Milk Cows & 2 calves 40.00

8 Yearlings 32.00

34 Head of Stock hogs 80.00

The estate of Allen Wood Page 24

927 bushels of corn more or less 627.00

1 Corn Sheller 9.00

4800 lbs fodder more or less 48.00

2 pea shucks 15.00

1 Road waggon and Harnep (harness) 100.00

1 Ox Cart & yoke 18.00

1 Buggy and Harnep (harness) 100.00

1 Gin 65.00

1 Thresh and Fan 20.00

1 Lot of farming tools plows,gear,axes, spader etc 36.00

1 Lot of tools consisting of carpenter tools & old irons 10.00

40 bushels of wheat more or less 40.00

10 bushels of Peas more or less 10.00

1 Prep Rope 6.00

1 Bed Pan 1.50

20 yds of bagging more or less 3.00

1 Bed Bedstead & furniture 25.00

1 Do Do Do 25.00

1 Do Do Do 15.00

1 Do Do Do 15.00

1 Do Do Do 15.00

1 Lot of bed clothing, Quilts, coverlets, counterpanels 70.00

1 Sideboard 15.00

1 Secretary & Book Case 20.00

2 D. Tables 5.00

1 Dreping Table 1.00

1 8 day Brap (brass) clock 10.00

1 Looking glap (glass) 1.00

1 Chest 4.00

2 Trunks 6.00

1 Desk 1.50

1 Safe 5.00

1 Lot of Crockery and glap (glass)ware 11.00

1 Watch 10.00

20 Chairs 15.00

1 Saddle & Saddle wallets 10.00

1 Lot of Knieves, forks and spoons 2.00

1 Candlestand & 2 Candlesticks 1.00

2 Pair fire dogs 2 pr tongs 2 shovels & poker 3.00

1 Shot gun 5.00

1 Lot of spun yarn a lot of cloth 16.25

1 Lot of Books, Atlases States & c 5.00

The estate of Allen Wood continued Page 25

2 Wash pots 7.00

1 Grind Stone 2.00

1 Lot of cooking utensils 5.00

1 Lot of Tin ware 1.00

1 Loom & Harnep (harness) 6.00

4 Spinning wheels & one Reel 10.50

1 Lot of water vepels,(vessels) Tub, buckets & Pails 4.00

3 Scythes & cradles 6.00

1 Lot of Jars & Jugs 3.75

200 lbs Lard 25.00

2000 lbs Bacon more or less 250.00

1 Lot of old Barrels 2.50

1 Piece of sole leather 1.50

1 Note of hand given by John Danielly dated December 10th 1850

due the 25th of December 1851, principal three hundred & fifty & 92/100

Dollars 349.92

1 Note of hand given by Benjamin Haygood, dated 18th February 1851

& due one date after date and principal of said note 40.00

An account against Jeptha Castleberry for two Dollars 2.00

2 Pr Smoothing 1.25


We do hereby upon oath that as far as was produced to us by the executrix, the above and fore going contains a true appraisement of the estate of Allen Wood dec'd to the best of our judgement and

understanding this 2nd of March 1852

Jas Hardin

Benjamin Key Appraisers

John Lester

I do hereby certify that the above appraisers were duly Sworn to perform their duty as appraisers

according to law this 2nd day of March 1852.

Donald McDonald J.P.

The following is the amount of money on hand belonging to said estate.

Six hundred and forty five Dollars in Specie

March 2nd 1852

her

Rebecca X Wood Administrattrix

mark.1

 
Death*10 January 1852 He died at Monroe Co., Georgia, on 10 January 1852 at age 62. 
Biography* Allen was a Primitive Baptist minister.
 

Family

Rebecca Pearson (30 May 1798 - 3 September 1878)
Children
Last Edited17 January 2007

Citations

  1. E-mail written 23 Aug 2004 to Lew Griffin from Susan H. Wood, e-mail address.

Rebecca Pearson

F, (30 May 1798 - 3 September 1878)
Birth*30 May 1798 Rebecca was born at South Carolina on 30 May 1798. 
Marriage*15 June 1815 She married Rev. Allen Wood on 15 June 1815 at age 17. 
Married Name15 June 1815  As of 15 June 1815, her married name was Wood. 
Death*3 September 1878 She died at Randolph Co., Alabama, on 3 September 1878 at age 80. 
Burial*say 5 September 1878 Her body was interred say 5 September 1878 at Salem Primitive Baptist Cemetery, Randolph Co., Alabama. Hearn, John Jason Jun 29, 1834 Dec 12, 1914
(Joined the church Aug 1867; Ordained a deacon 1868.)
(Company K, 56th Georgia Infantry)
[Married 2nd Caroline Pruett, buried in Clay County, Alabama]
[Son of Lewis Hearn and Dorcas Greer]

Hearn, Eliza [Wood] Mar 29, 1835 Apr 9, 1896
(Joined the church 1857 - Wife of J. J. Hearn)
[Daughter of Allen Wood and Rebecca Pearson]
[Marker is broken but still legible]

1 unmarked grave [Rebecca Pearson Wood May 30, 1798 Sep 3, 1878]
[Wife of Allen Wood died in Monroe County, Georgia]

OLD SALEM CEMETERY
SALEM PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY
Township 22, Range 13, Section 5
Randolph County, Alabama

From State Hwy 22, 2.8 miles E. of Roanoke, AL, take County Rd 16 about 1.8 mile south.
Turn right at the first dirt road, cemetery is about .2 mile on right.

Surveyed September 2000 by Marie M. Cain & Marilyn M. Girardi..1 

Family

Rev. Allen Wood (6 February 1789 - 10 January 1852)
Children
Last Edited18 January 2007

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2004 - from Mary Meyer, e-mail address.

James Inman Carlisle

M, (27 February 1869 - 22 April 1950)
FatherWilliam A. W. Carlisle (c 1849 - a 1918)
MotherMary Rebecca Busbee (c 1845 - )
Birth27 February 1869 James was born at Alabama on 27 February 1869. 
Birth*27 February 1869 He was born on 27 February 1869 at Georgia
Employment* James's occupation: farmer. 
Census*1880 He was in the in 1880 census at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Marriage*7 August 1890 He married Lilla Frances Champion at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, on 7 August 1890 at age 21. 
Census1900 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1900. 
Census1910 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Marriage*2 December 1932 He married Mary Conrad at Santa Ana, Orange Co., California, on 2 December 1932 at age 63. 
Death*22 April 1950 He died at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, on 22 April 1950 at age 81. 
Burial*25 April 1950 His body was interred on 25 April 1950 at Olive Lawn Cemetery, La Mirada, Los Angeles Co., California
Biography*  There is a question about James Inman Carlisle's place of birth. In census records, he is sometimes listed as having been born in Georgia and sometimes in Alabama. His maternal grandfather, Inman Busby had moved his family to Randolph Co., AL from Georgia by 1860 and his paternal grandmother, the widow, Martha (Elliott) Carlisle, had moved her family to Randolph Co., Alabama from Georgia at least by 1870 and probably during the Civil War after learning of her husband's death. This suggests that James Inman Carlisle's parents probably met and married in Randolph Co., AL. If William and Mary Rebecca (Busby) Carlisle were in Georgia at the time of James Inman's birth, then they returned to Alabama shortly thereafter for the rest of the children were definitely born in Alabama. Mrs. D. O. (Maxine Huggins) Hukkanen, a granddaughter of James Inman Carlisle, wrote that William and Mary Rebecca (Busby) Carlisle moved from Georgia to Alabama shortly after James Inman Carlisle's birth and that James Inman Carlisle "moved from Alabama to Texas 1896-1899" with his wife Lilla and children William Elie and Clemma. James then moved from Texas "to Calif. Nov. 1918 with Lilla, J. D. and J. T." They lived in part of the Lambert ranch house on Lambert Rd., then county. His [James'] second wife, Mary Hess... lived in a house on the west side of Newlin, south of Philadelphia St. An apartment house is there today...."
      According to the death certificate, James Inman Carlisle died April 22, at 4:00 a.m. of Coronary Thrombosis which he had suffered on April 15, 1950 and Arterioselerosis which he had had since 1940. J. D. Huggins, who provided the personal information on the death certificate, stated that James Inman Carlisle had not served in the U.S. Armed Forces, that his business was farming and that he had lived in Whittier, CA for 30 years. His usual residence was 111 S. Newlin Avenue in Whittier but he died in the Whittier Rest Home at 122 S. Bright Avenue. Services were held at Siewert-Barber Memorial Chapel, Tuesday, April 25, 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. Kenneth Drennan officiating. The bearers were Crawford Carlisle, James E. Wood, Sam H. Bolen, Edward W. Bushnell, Ozzie Marshall, Jim Stewart. Concluding services were held at Olive Lawn Cemetery. 

Family 1

Lilla Frances Champion (17 January 1873 - 25 April 1920)
Children

Family 2

Mary Conrad (circa 1863 - )
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited20 January 2005

Lilla Frances Champion

F, (17 January 1873 - 25 April 1920)
Birth*17 January 1873 Lilla was born at Alabama on 17 January 1873. 
Marriage*7 August 1890 She married James Inman Carlisle at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, on 7 August 1890 at age 17. 
Married Name7 August 1890  As of 7 August 1890, her married name was Carlisle. 
Census*1900 She was in the in 1900 census at Bell Co., Texas
Census1910 She was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Death*25 April 1920 She died at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, on 25 April 1920 at age 47. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Killeen City Cemetery, Killeen, Bell Co., Texas
Biography* Maxine Huggins Hukkanen wrote that Lilla's name has been shown as "Lilion, Lillie, Lila." Her parents wer L. B. Champion of Alabama and Elmira (Simmons?) of Georgia. They "remained in Alabama after she [Lilla] moved to Texas with James, Elie and Clemma." 

Family

James Inman Carlisle (27 February 1869 - 22 April 1950)
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Mary Conrad

F, (circa 1863 - )
Birth*circa 1863 Mary was born at West Virginia circa 1863. 
Marriage*2 December 1932 She married James Inman Carlisle at Santa Ana, Orange Co., California, on 2 December 1932. 
Married Name2 December 1932  As of 2 December 1932, her married name was Carlisle. 
Biography* According to Maxine Huggins Hukkanen, James Inman Carlisle's second wife was Mary Hess, a widow. She was the daughter of Jacob Conrad and Elizabeth Gilkerson, both of West Virginia. It was Mary's third marriage. Mary had a daughter from a previous marriage that lived in Los Angeles. Mary and James Inman Carlisle had no children. 

Family

James Inman Carlisle (27 February 1869 - 22 April 1950)
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Ida T. Carlisle

F, (circa 1870 - )
FatherWilliam A. W. Carlisle (c 1849 - a 1918)
MotherMary Rebecca Busbee (c 1845 - )
Married Name Her married name was Bishop. 
Birth*circa 1870 Ida was born at Alabama circa 1870. 
Marriage* She married (?) Bishop
Census*1880 She was in the in 1880 census at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Biography* According to Mrs. D. O. (Maxine Huggins) Hukkanen, Ida married the brother of Augusta Bishop and did not move to California. 

Family

(?) Bishop (after 1866 - )
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

(?) Bishop

M, (after 1866 - )
FatherB. Henry Bishop (s 1842 - )
MotherSusie Belcher (s 1844 - )
Birth*after 1866 (?) was born after 1866. 
Marriage* He married Ida T. Carlisle

Family

Ida T. Carlisle (circa 1870 - )
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited6 August 2000

William Lee Carlisle

M, (26 October 1872 - 2 August 1936)
FatherWilliam A. W. Carlisle (c 1849 - a 1918)
MotherMary Rebecca Busbee (c 1845 - )
Birth*26 October 1872 William was born at Daviston, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, on 26 October 1872. 
Employment* William's occupation: farmer/rancher. 
Census*1880 He was in the in 1880 census at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Marriage*circa 1898 He married Augusta Matilda Bishop at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, circa 1898. 
Census1910 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Death*2 August 1936 He died at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, on 2 August 1936 at age 63. 
Burial* His body was interred at Rose Hills Cemetery, Los Angeles Co., California
Biography*  William Lee Carlisle was known as "Lee." He was born in Tallapoosa Co., AL where he was noted living with his parents in the 1880 census. And this is presumably where William and his older sister, Ida, met and married a Bishop brother and sister. William L. and Augusta (Bishop) Carlisle apparently remained in Alabama until after the birth of their third child, William, in 1902. After that they apparently moved to Bell Co., TX where the family was recorded in the 1910 census. According to Mrs. D. O. (Maxine Huggins) Hukkanen, William L. Carlisle "moved to Calif. in 1918 with his wife and family. Lived on the west side of Calif. Ave. between Whittier Blvd. and 2nd St. where the ranch house stood until a few years ago." 

Family

Augusta Matilda Bishop (29 June 1872 - 13 February 1965)
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Augusta Matilda Bishop

F, (29 June 1872 - 13 February 1965)
FatherB. Henry Bishop (s 1842 - )
MotherSusie Belcher (s 1844 - )
Birth*29 June 1872 Augusta was born at Alabama on 29 June 1872. 
Marriage*circa 1898 She married William Lee Carlisle at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, circa 1898. 
Married Namecirca 1898  As of circa 1898, her married name was Carlisle. 
Census*1910 She was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Death*13 February 1965 She died at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, on 13 February 1965 at age 92. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Rose Hills Cemetery, Los Angeles Co., California

Family

William Lee Carlisle (26 October 1872 - 2 August 1936)
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited6 August 2000

Richard Frank Carlisle

M, (circa 1876 - )
FatherWilliam A. W. Carlisle (c 1849 - a 1918)
MotherMary Rebecca Busbee (c 1845 - )
Birth*circa 1876 Richard was born at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, circa 1876. 
Employment* Richard's occupation: farmer. 
Census*1880 He was in the in 1880 census at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Marriage*4 December 1902 He married Hattie Crane at Bell Co., Texas, on 4 December 1902. 
Census1910 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Biography* Richard Frank Carlisle was known as "Frank." According to Mrs. D. O. (Maxine Huggins) Hukkanen, Frank did not move to California. There is a "Richard F. Carlisle" listed (#48994) in the Texas Death Index of the Texas State Library who died 22 Nov 1939 in Bell Co., TX but it is not known if this is the same man. 

Family

Hattie Crane (circa 1883 - )
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Hattie Crane

F, (circa 1883 - )
Birth*circa 1883 Hattie was born at Illinois circa 1883. 
Marriage*4 December 1902 She married Richard Frank Carlisle at Bell Co., Texas, on 4 December 1902. 
Married Name4 December 1902  As of 4 December 1902, her married name was Carlisle. 
Census*1910 She was in the in 1910 census at Bell Co., Texas

Family

Richard Frank Carlisle (circa 1876 - )
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Andrew D. Carlisle

M, (10 October 1879 - 22 February 1942)
FatherWilliam A. W. Carlisle (c 1849 - a 1918)
MotherMary Rebecca Busbee (c 1845 - )
Birth*10 October 1879 Andrew was born at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, on 10 October 1879. 
Employment* Andrew's occupation: farmer/painter. 
Census*1880 He was in the in 1880 census at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Census1900 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1900. 
Marriage*8 April 1906 He married Effie Joe Harbour at Bell Co., Texas, on 8 April 1906 at age 26. 
Census1910 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Death*22 February 1942 He died at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, on 22 February 1942 at age 62. 
Burial* His body was interred at Rose Hills Cemetery, Los Angeles Co., California
Biography* Andrew was listed as Andrew M. Carlisle in the 1900 census but as Andrew D. Carlisle in the 1910 census. He was known as "Mac" or "Mack." Mrs. D. O. (Maxine Huggins) Hukkanen wrote in a letter received 23 Jul 1979 that "Andrew's death certificate listed his birthplace as Daviston, AL." According to Maxine, Andrew "moved to Calif. with his wife and family in 1921. They lived on the N.W. corner Whittier Blvd. and Highland Ave. in a two story white house on property now owned by the E. W. School District." He was a house painter in California. 

Family

Effie Joe Harbour (1 August 1886 - 21 July 1934)
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited22 September 2006

Effie Joe Harbour

F, (1 August 1886 - 21 July 1934)
FatherJoseph Harbour (s 1856 - )
MotherMary Lusk (s 1858 - )
Birth*1 August 1886 Effie was born at Killeen, Bell Co., Texas, on 1 August 1886. 
Marriage*8 April 1906 She married Andrew D. Carlisle at Bell Co., Texas, on 8 April 1906 at age 19. 
Married Name8 April 1906  As of 8 April 1906, her married name was Carlisle. 
Census*1910 She was in the in 1910 census at Bell Co., Texas
Death*21 July 1934 She died at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, on 21 July 1934 at age 47. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California
Biography* In the 1910 census, Effie is listed as having had 2 children, 1 of whom was still living in 1910. 

Family

Andrew D. Carlisle (10 October 1879 - 22 February 1942)
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

William Elie Carlisle

M, (11 January 1891 - 21 December 1968)
FatherJames Inman Carlisle (27 Feb 1869 - 22 Apr 1950)
MotherLilla Frances Champion (17 Jan 1873 - 25 Apr 1920)
Birth*11 January 1891 William was born at Alabama on 11 January 1891. 
Census*1900 He was in the in 1900 census at Bell Co., Texas
Census1910 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Marriage*8 December 1912 He married Stella Sprott at Belton, Bell Co., Texas, on 8 December 1912 at age 21. 
Death*21 December 1968 He died at Kerrville, Kerr Co., Texas, on 21 December 1968 at age 77. 
Burial* His body was interred at Garden of Memories Cemetery, Kerrville, Kerr Co., Texas
Biography* William Elie Carlisle was shown in the 1900 census as Ely W. but in the 1910 census, he was listed as William E. According to his son, W. E. Carlisle, Jr. "my father came to Texas with his family when he was two (2). According to Maxine Huggins Hukkanen, he "moved to Calif. with his family in 1929. They lived in South Gate. He and Stella separated. Elie, Stella and later 'Dubb,'[William Elie Carlisle, Jr.] returned to Texas in 1939. The other three children remained in Calif." 

Family

Stella Sprott (5 October 1889 - 8 April 1969)
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Stella Sprott

F, (5 October 1889 - 8 April 1969)
Birth*5 October 1889 Stella was born at Killeen, Bell Co., Texas, on 5 October 1889. 
Marriage*8 December 1912 She married William Elie Carlisle at Belton, Bell Co., Texas, on 8 December 1912 at age 23. 
Married Name8 December 1912  As of 8 December 1912, her married name was Carlisle. 
Death*8 April 1969 She died at Killeen, Bell Co., Texas, on 8 April 1969 at age 79. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Killeen City Cemetery, Killeen, Bell Co., Texas

Family

William Elie Carlisle (11 January 1891 - 21 December 1968)
Children
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited29 August 2000

Clemma B. Carlisle

F, (18 September 1896 - 15 January 1922)
FatherJames Inman Carlisle (27 Feb 1869 - 22 Apr 1950)
MotherLilla Frances Champion (17 Jan 1873 - 25 Apr 1920)
Birth*18 September 1896 Clemma was born at Alabama on 18 September 1896. 
Census*1900 She was in the in 1900 census at Bell Co., Texas
Census1910 She was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas, in 1910. 
Marriage*22 November 1916 She married Thomas W. Dollarhide at Belton, Bell Co., Texas, on 22 November 1916 at age 20. 
Married Name22 November 1916  As of 22 November 1916, her married name was Dollarhide. 
Death*15 January 1922 She died at Banning, Riverside Co., California, on 15 January 1922 at age 25. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Sunnyslope Cemetery, Riverside Co., California
Biography*  There is some question about Clemma's name. In the 1900 census, the name appears as Clirna B. or possibly Clima B. In the 1910 census the name appears as Clerna B. or possibly Clemma B. W. E. Carlisle, Jr., a nephew, listed her as Leona. Mrs. D. O. (Maxine Huggins) Hukkanen, a niece, listed her as Clemma. The name was listed as "Clemma Carlisle" in the marriage record. Mrs. Hukkanen wrote in a letter received 23 Jul 1979 that Clemma's "death certificate states that she was born in Texas." However, Clemma's brother, J D, said that she was born in Alabama and the 1900 census of Bell Co., TX shows her as having been born in Alabama. Mrs. Hukkanen also wrote that Clemma "moved to Calif. with her husband in 1919.... She wrote left handed. Did everything else with right hand." Clemma and Tom had no children. 

Family

Thomas W. Dollarhide (circa 1892 - )
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Thomas W. Dollarhide

M, (circa 1892 - )
Birth*circa 1892 Thomas was born circa 1892. 
Marriage*22 November 1916 He married Clemma B. Carlisle at Belton, Bell Co., Texas, on 22 November 1916. 
Biography* Maxine Huggins Hukkanen wrote (received 23 Jul 1979) that "the husband of Clemma was always referred to as 'Tom.' Her [Clemma's] death certificate states he was J. W." Maxine continues "not known if his name was just initials & Tom a nickname." He remarried after Clemma Carlisle's death. His marriage record to Clemma lists him as "T W." 

Family

Clemma B. Carlisle (18 September 1896 - 15 January 1922)
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

Debbie Irene Carlisle

F, (9 February 1899 - 20 May 1963)
FatherJames Inman Carlisle (27 Feb 1869 - 22 Apr 1950)
MotherLilla Frances Champion (17 Jan 1873 - 25 Apr 1920)
Birth*9 February 1899 Debbie was born at Killeen, Bell Co., Texas, on 9 February 1899. 
Census*1900 She was in the in 1900 census at Bell Co., Texas
Marriage*28 October 1919 She married William J D Huggins at Belton, Bell Co., Texas, on 28 October 1919 at age 20. 
Married Name28 October 1919  As of 28 October 1919, her married name was Huggins. 
Census She was listed as a resident in the census report at Bell Co., Texas
Death*20 May 1963 She died at Whittier, Los Angeles Co., California, on 20 May 1963 at age 64. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Rose Hills Cemetery, Los Angeles Co., California
Biography* She was known as "Irene" or "Rene." Maxine Huggins Hukkanen wrote (received 23 Jul 1979) that "there are no original birth records for Irene and the twins. There was a courthouse fire. They had birth affidavits signed by their father when proof was required during World War II." According to Maxine, Irene "moved to Calif. with 'J.D.' [Huggins] and Frances [daughter] in Nov. 1922. First house was on Elmer Ave." 

Family

William J D Huggins (10 July 1899 - 29 November 1968)
Child
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999

William J D Huggins

M, (10 July 1899 - 29 November 1968)
Birth*10 July 1899 William was born at Maxdale, Bell Co., Texas, on 10 July 1899. 
Marriage*28 October 1919 He married Debbie Irene Carlisle at Belton, Bell Co., Texas, on 28 October 1919 at age 20. 
Death*29 November 1968 He died at Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California, on 29 November 1968 at age 69. 

Family

Debbie Irene Carlisle (9 February 1899 - 20 May 1963)
Child
ChartsFrancis Carlisle Descendants
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 July 1999