Jacob Albright

M, (circa 1825 - )
Birth*circa 1825 Jacob was born circa 1825. 
Marriage*circa 1848 He married Nancy (?) circa 1848. 
Civil War*between 1863 and 1865 He served in the War Between the States between 1863 and 1865

     Co. B 2nd GA INF, C.S.A.1 
Burial* His body was interred at Allen-Lee Cemetery, Lone Oak, Meriwether Co., Georgia.1 

Family

Nancy (?) (circa 1828 - )
Child
Last Edited18 October 2008

Citations

  1. Priscilla Turner, compiler, Meriwether Co., GA Cemeteries, Spartanburg, SC: , 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book: 975.8455 V39.
    Jacob D. Albright, Co. B 2nd GA INF, C.S.A.

Nancy (?)

F, (circa 1828 - )
Birth*circa 1828 Nancy was born circa 1828. 
Marriage*circa 1848 She married Jacob Albright circa 1848. 
Married Namecirca 1848  As of circa 1848, her married name was Albright. 

Family

Jacob Albright (circa 1825 - )
Child
Last Edited30 July 2006

John William Clegg Culpepper

M, (3 August 1855 - 1 May 1927)
FatherElias Daniel Culpepper (31 Jan 1832 - 8 May 1914)
MotherNancy Clegg (30 Jul 1832 - 2 Nov 1904)
Birth*3 August 1855 John was born at Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 3 August 1855.1 
(household member) 1860 Census1860 Sarah, Nancy, John, James and Joseph listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper in the 1860 Census at Darysaw, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 28 m-p. 873 hh 646. 
(household member) 1870 Census1870 Sarah, Nancy, John, James, Isaac, Joseph, Martha, Malcolm and Francis listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Derasaw Township, Grant Co., Arkansas. 38 m-210 hh 33. 
Employment* John's occupation: medicine man. 
Death*1 May 1927 He died at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 1 May 1927 at age 71.2,3 
Burial*3 May 1927 His body was interred on 3 May 1927 at Clegg Cemetery, near, Junet, Grant Co., Arkansas.4,5 
Biography* John W. C. Culpepper was born in Arkansas and was noted in Darysaw west of Pine Bluff with his parents in the 1860 Jefferson Co., AR census and 1870 Grant Co., AR census records. The family was apparently living in an area which was taken into Grant Co., AR which was organized in 1869.6 It was apparently sometime after this that John went out on his own.

John became a traveling medicine man and sold an "elixir" of bitters, alcohol and cayenne pepper out of a wagon.7 Part of his sales technique was to let boys in the crowd grab his long black hair and then swing them to show how strong his medicine was.7 John apparently traveled throughout Arkansas and Texas and, while in Texas, the house of the family he was staying with burned down and John was badly burned in an unsuccessful attempt to save them.7 He returned to Arkansas and died at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. B. (Sallie Culpepper) Williams.8 He was 71 years old. 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited9 June 2004

Citations

  1. William Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: the ancestry, family, descendants of Thomas A. Clegg and Bridget Polk, their kin, and events of history, Clegg Family Association, 1977.
    p 228; POB Mrs. Tom Logan Family Group Sheet.
  2. William Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: the ancestry, family, descendants of Thomas A. Clegg and Bridget Polk, their kin, and events of history, Clegg Family Association, 1977.
    p 228; obit at home of Mrs. A. B. (Sallie Culpepper) Williams.
  3. Arkansas Death Index Books, 1914 -- 1948.
  4. William Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: the ancestry, family, descendants of Thomas A. Clegg and Bridget Polk, their kin, and events of history, Clegg Family Association, 1977.
    p 228; date from obituary.
  5. Jefferson County, AR, Miscellaneous Records on microfilm 1927 -- 1961, at the county courthouse; (n.p.: n.pub.).
    has 1 May 1927.
  6. Rhonda S. Norris, A Genealogist's Guide to Arkansas Research Russellville, AR: Arkansas Genealogical Research, 1994
  7. W. Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: The Ancestry - Family - Descendants of Thomas A. Clegg & Bridget Polk Their Kin & Events of Interest p. 228
  8. "John W. C. Culpepper," Pine Bluff Commercial (Jefferson Co., AR) 2 May 1927, p. 6, col. 4

Sarah Elizabeth Ann Culpepper

F, (1 August 1856 - 14 March 1940)
FatherElias Daniel Culpepper (31 Jan 1832 - 8 May 1914)
MotherNancy Clegg (30 Jul 1832 - 2 Nov 1904)
Birth*1 August 1856 Sarah was born at Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 1 August 1856. 
1860 Census*1860 Sarah, Nancy, John, James and Joseph listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper in the 1860 Census at Darysaw, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 28 m-p. 873 hh 646. 
1870 Census*1870 Sarah, Nancy, John, James, Isaac, Joseph, Martha, Malcolm and Francis listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Derasaw Township, Grant Co., Arkansas. 38 m-210 hh 33. 
1880 Census*1880 Sarah, Martha and Julia was listed as a daughter in Elias Daniel Culpepper's household on the 1880 Census at Grant Co., Arkansas. 48 m-ED100-27. 
Marriage*19 July 1881 She married Alexander Burgess Williams at Grant Co., Arkansas, on 19 July 1881 at age 24. 
Married Name19 July 1881  As of 19 July 1881, her married name was Williams. 
Residence*1894 Sarah resided at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas, in 1894. 
1900 Census*7 June 1900 Sarah was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Vaugine Township, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 43 f-ED 100 sheet 8 line 178. 
Residencecirca 1935 Sarah resided at Confederate Soldier's Home at Sweet Home, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, circa 1935. 
Death*14 March 1940 She died at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 14 March 1940 at age 83. 
Burial*16 March 1940 Her body was interred on 16 March 1940 at Bellwood Cemetery, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas.1 
Biography* Sally was the daughter of Elias Daniel and Nancy (Clegg) Culpepper. Mrs. J. F. (Corinne Williams) Hilton, wrote about her mother:2

She was born August 1, 1856 in Jefferson Co.,3 Arkansas, the second child in a family of 10 children. Though only five years of age when the Civil War broke out - she was a useful child around the house and when her father came home with a minie ball in his shoulder - it was she who washed and dressed the terrible wound and washed the awful rags to dress it with and nursed him back to health, he always claimed. He lost the use of his arm completely. She attended and taught in the Sixth Avenue School here in the early '70's. On July 19, 1881 she was married to Alexander Burgess Williams and for a time was occupied with her own life and family - but was always a good neighbor. A. B. Williams died Feb. 26, 1899 in Pine Bluff. During his life and thereafter she was the mainstay of the community in sickness and adversity, during those early days when doctors were few and far between and telephones almost unheard of, the trail that is now part of a National Highway - 65 - (Ohio Street) was beaten to her door by folks who needed help - "Send for Mrs. Williams, then if she says so, send for the doctor" was a familiar saying. No one left her house empty handed nor did she ever leave it without a bouquet of flowers, sack of fresh vegetables, bucket of milk, fruit from her own trees, berries from the garden or some token of thoughtfulness for others. She wove beautiful rugs on an old fashioned loom, made quilts, pieced and quilted them preferring to "card" the cotton and gave away hundreds of both quilts and rugs for birthday, graduation, wedding and anniversary presents or just gifts. Many of these are still treasured keepsakes. One year she pieced, quilted and gave 22 quilts to the Jefferson County American Red Cross Chapter and was a liberal contributor to that Organization all through the years with her work - knitting mostly (she made beautiful socks). She was an acute sufferer from a circulatory ailment but despite that she visited the sick and shut-in taking cheerful message and heartening gifts.

She was a Charter member of the Carr Memorial Methodist Church and one of its most faithful members and generous contributors. She was a typical pioneer woman - one year when small pox was prevalent (and deadly) she got vaccine and vaccinated several families, white and colored, she pulled teeth delivered white babies when no doctor was available (negroes had their own mid-wives) kept a large vegetable garden - had a big orchard and the only rasberry patch in town - a beautiful flower garden - furnished flowers for weddings and funerals (no charge) and divided plants and bulbs with all who asked.

When the Williams family moved to 10 Ave. and Ohio St. in 1894 they built a small cottage on the edge of a "cane-brake," no house obscured the view from there to 6th and Indiana St. It was back breaking work to get the land ready for cultivation, but was very rich soil when ready, and until this day has never needed enriching and everything grows you put in it. After Burgess Williams death, "Aunt Sally" supported her family - nor did she expect or accept help from any source - she worked with her own two hands - she was not a trained nurse but had plenty of good common sense, faith in her God and a grim determination to do the very best she could with what she had.


"Aunt Sally" passed from this earth on March 14, 1940 - she was survived by three daughters, Nancy W. Green; Janet W. Guenther; Corinne W. Hilton. Her favorite saying was "You only keep what you give away."


Sally was 83 years old at the time of her death. 

Family

Alexander Burgess Williams (26 December 1854 - 26 February 1899)
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited19 January 2000

Citations

  1. William Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: the ancestry, family, descendants of Thomas A. Clegg and Bridget Polk, their kin, and events of history, Clegg Family Association, 1977.
    "burial will be in Bellwood cemetery" ("Aunt Sallie Culpepper Dies Here Last Night" [UL:Pine Bluff Commercial:UL] (Jefferson Co., AR) 15 Mar 1940 p. 9, col. 1 & 2) but [UL:The Cleggs of Old Chatham:UL] p. 228 listed Sarah as having been buried in the Clegg Cemetery in Junet, Grant Co., AR.
  2. "Mrs. Sarah E. Culpepper Williams 'Aunt Sally'" three page, double spaced, typed biography
  3. on a farm that is now in Grant Co., AR ("Aunt Sallie Culpepper Dies Here Last Night" Pine Bluff Commercial (Jefferson Co., AR) 15 Mar 1940 p. 9, col. 1 & 2)]

Alexander Burgess Williams

M, (26 December 1854 - 26 February 1899)
FatherDr. John C. Williams (5 Oct 1828 - 22 Mar 1858)
MotherJeannette Burgess1 (c 1834 - )
Birth*26 December 1854 Alexander was born at Kingstree, Williamsburg District, South Carolina, on 26 December 1854. 
1880 Census*1 June 1880 Alexander was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Hempstead Co., Arkansas.2 
Marriage*19 July 1881 He married Sarah Elizabeth Ann Culpepper at Grant Co., Arkansas, on 19 July 1881 at age 26. 
Employment* Alexander's occupation: post office at Arkansas
Death*26 February 1899 He died at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 26 February 1899 at age 44. 

Family

Sarah Elizabeth Ann Culpepper (1 August 1856 - 14 March 1940)
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited7 July 2004

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2004 from Lynn Logsdon Williams, e-mail address.
  2. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Census Place: Wallaceburg, Hempstead, Arkansas; Roll: T9_46; Family History Film: 1254046; Page: 408B; Enumeration District: 108

    Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

    Burgess WILLIAMS Self S Male W 25 SC Farmer SC SC

    Jennett WILLIAMS Mother W Female W 45 SC Keeps House SC SC

    Craig WILLIAMS Brother S Male W 24 SC At School SC SC

    John WILLIAMS Brother S Male W 21 SC Student SC SC

    Mary BURGESS GMother W Female W 66 SC SC SC.

James Henry Fitz Culpepper

M, (16 February 1858 - 10 October 1892)
FatherElias Daniel Culpepper (31 Jan 1832 - 8 May 1914)
MotherNancy Clegg (30 Jul 1832 - 2 Nov 1904)
Birth*16 February 1858 James was born at Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 16 February 1858.1 
(household member) 1860 Census1860 Sarah, Nancy, John, James and Joseph listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper in the 1860 Census at Darysaw, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 28 m-p. 873 hh 646. 
(household member) 1870 Census1870 Sarah, Nancy, John, James, Isaac, Joseph, Martha, Malcolm and Francis listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Derasaw Township, Grant Co., Arkansas. 38 m-210 hh 33. 
Employment* James's occupation: merchant. 
Death*10 October 1892 He died at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 10 October 1892 at age 34.2 
Burial*11 October 1892 His body was interred on 11 October 1892 at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas
Biography* Henry was born in Arkansas and he was noted with his parents in 1860 census records in Darysaw P. O. District of Jefferson Co., AR. Darysaw appears to be west of Pine Bluff on the Grant County side of the Grant/Jefferson county line. He was still living at home at the time of the 1870 census and was recorded in "Derasaw" Township, presumably still Darysaw, Grant Co., AR. The family was apparently living in an area which was taken into Grant Co., AR which was organized in 1869.3

Henry has not been located in 1880 census records but had presumably moved out on his own. By 1890, Henry Culpepper had established himself as a clothing merchant in Pine Bluff, AR with a store on the corner of Main Street and Second Avenue.4 He was apparently doing well enough that he was able to purchase a farm known as "the Boyd plantation," across the Arkansas River from Pine Bluff, for $19,000 and he hired Israel Stewart as the overseer for the place.5

In the spring of 1892, Henry leased a portion of the farm to Mr. Stewart who was nearly 70 years old. Unfortunately, Mr. Stewart had no success with the land and, although indebted to Henry for several thousand dollars, Mr. Stewart continued to ask for cash advances.4

In the Fall of 1892, Henry refused to give Mr. Stewart any more money and asked him to leave the premises. Henry had asked his father, Elias Daniel Culpepper, to oversee the farm.4 Mr. Stewart refused to leave. Henry offered to let the man keep the livestock and some of the farm implements even though they were all mortgaged to Henry but Mr. Stewart still refused to leave. On the morning of 10 Oct 1892, Henry went out to the farm in a final attempt to get Mr. Stewart to leave the farm and Mr. Stewart shot him three times killing him.4 The speculation was that Mr. Stewart had shot Henry with a rifle or pistol as Henry was approaching the house and then, as Henry turned, Mr. Stewart shot him two more times with a shotgun.4 Henry was 34 years old when he was killed. He was a Mason.4 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited11 February 2004

Citations

  1. William Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: the ancestry, family, descendants of Thomas A. Clegg and Bridget Polk, their kin, and events of history, Clegg Family Association, 1977.
    p. 229.
  2. Ms. Arlene LaGrone, compiler, Masonic Deaths in Arkansas 1838 - 1916, PO Box 908, Hot Springs, AR 71902-0908: LaGrone, 1999.
    p. 39.
  3. Rhonda S. Norris, A Genealogist's Guide to Arkansas Research Russellville, AR: Arkansas Genealogical Research, 1994
  4. "Horrible Murder! J. H. Culpepper Murdered--Shot Dead on His Farm By an Old Employee," Pine Bluff Graphic (Jefferson Co., AR) 14 Oct 1892, p. 1, col. 2-3
  5. "Horrible Murder! J. H. Culpepper Murdered--Shot Dead on His Farm By an Old Employee," Pine Bluff Graphic (Jefferson Co., AR) 14 Oct 1892, p. 1, col. 2-3

Joseph Andrew Baxter Culpepper

M, (18 September 1859 - 1936)
FatherElias Daniel Culpepper (31 Jan 1832 - 8 May 1914)
MotherNancy Clegg (30 Jul 1832 - 2 Nov 1904)
Name-Comm His was commonly known as Baxter. 
Birth*18 September 1859 Joseph was born at Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 18 September 1859.1 
(household member) 1860 Census1860 Sarah, Nancy, John, James and Joseph listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper in the 1860 Census at Darysaw, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 28 m-p. 873 hh 646. 
(household member) 1870 Census1870 Sarah, Nancy, John, James, Isaac, Joseph, Martha, Malcolm and Francis listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Derasaw Township, Grant Co., Arkansas. 38 m-210 hh 33. 
(Son) 1880 Census1880 Isaac, Joseph, Francis, George and Malcolm was listed as a son in Elias Daniel Culpepper's household on the 1880 Census at Grant Co., Arkansas. 48 m-ED100-27. 
Marriage*circa 1887 He married Johnnie Smith at Arkansas circa 1887. 
Employment* Joseph's occupation: teamster at Vaugine Township, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas
1900 Census*7 June 1900 Joseph was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Vaugine Township, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 40 m-ED 100 sheet 8 line 177. 
1910 Census*1910 Joseph was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 49 m-ED 32 112 85. 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 Joseph was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Belle Glade, Palm Beach Co., Florida.2 
Burial*1936 His body was interred in 1936 at Palm Beach, Palm Beach Co., Florida
Death*1936 He died at Palm Beach, Palm Beach Co., Florida, in 1936.3,4 
Biography* Joseph Andrew Baxter Culpepper was the son of Elias Daniel and Nancy (Clegg) Culpepper. A one year old Joseph A. B. Culpepper was noted on his parents' farm in the 1860 in the Darysaw P. O. District of Jefferson Co., AR and this is probably where he was born. This farm is now in Grant Co., AR which was organized in 1869.5 On current maps, Darysaw is to the west of Pine Bluff near the border between Jefferson County and Grant County but on the Grant County side of the line. A ten year old "Joseph A. B. Culpepper" was listed with his parents in the "Derasaw" Township of Grant Co., AR in the 1870 census. By the 1880 census, Joseph was apparently going by his middle name, "Baxter."

Baxter married Johnnie Smith and the settled down to raise their family near Pine Bluff, AR. Mrs. Tom (Manola Culpepper) Logan wrote:6

When I knew Uncle Baxter and Aunt Johnnie best, they lived on a farm in Grant County, farmed and raised sheep. One of my treasured graduation gifts was a wool comforter, sheep raised and sheared by Uncle Baxter, carded and quilted by Aunt Sarah [Mrs. A. B. (Sally Culpepper) Williams?] with material furnished by Addie [Mrs. J. H. (Addie Guest) Culpepper?] and Floy [Mrs. J. F. (Floy Culpepper) Guest?].

This would have been in the mid-1920's. By 1932, Baxter had apparently moved to Florida since that was noted as his residence in the obituary of his sister, "Emma" Young. Since he would have been in his early 70's at this point, he was probably retired and living with one of his children. Baxter died a few years later in Palm Beach, FL. 

Family

Johnnie Smith (March 1869 - )
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited7 September 2013

Citations

  1. William Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: the ancestry, family, descendants of Thomas A. Clegg and Bridget Polk, their kin, and events of history, Clegg Family Association, 1977.
    p 229 but Apr 1858 in 1900 census.
  2. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 50-55, Sheet 4-A, Line 34, Belle Glade, Palm Beach Co., FL
    Home=$400, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Joseph B. Culpepper, Head, M, 70, [email protected], AR/AL/AL, No Occup, Vet=N.
  3. William Harold Broughton, The Cleggs of Old Chatham: the ancestry, family, descendants of Thomas A. Clegg and Bridget Polk, their kin, and events of history, Clegg Family Association, 1977.
    p 229; location Mrs. Tom Logan letter 19 Mar 1980.
  4. 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
    Baxter Culpepper, Palm Beach Co., FL, Male, White, Vol 733, Cert 19497, died 1936.
  5. Rhonda S. Norris, A Genealogist's Guide to Arkansas Research Russellville, AR: Arkansas Genealogical Research, 1994
  6. Elias Daniel Culpepper Family Group Sheet
  7. E-mail written 2013 - 2016 to Warren Culpepper & Lew Griffin from Sandi Davis (desc/o #32073), e-mail address.

Johnnie Smith

F, (March 1869 - )
Birth*March 1869 Johnnie was born at Mississippi in March 1869. 
Marriage*circa 1887 She married Joseph Andrew Baxter Culpepper at Arkansas circa 1887. 
Married Namecirca 1887  As of circa 1887, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Wife) 1900 Census7 June 1900 Johnnie was listed as Joseph Andrew Baxter Culpepper's wife on the 1900 Census at Vaugine Township, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 40 m-ED 100 sheet 8 line 177. 
(Wife) 1910 Census1910 Johnnie was listed as Joseph Andrew Baxter Culpepper's wife on the 1910 Census at Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 49 m-ED 32 112 85. 
1920 Census*1920 Johnnie was listed as a mother-in-law in Preston I. Truax's household on the 1920 Census at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 33 m-1220 East 8th Avenue. 
Biography* According to the 1900 census records, Johnnie had given birth to six children, but only four were still living in 1900. Only four children have been accounted for. 
(Mother-in-law) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Johnnie was listed as a mother-in-law in Preston I. Truax's household on the 1930 Census at West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Co., Florida.1 

Family

Joseph Andrew Baxter Culpepper (18 September 1859 - 1936)
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited7 September 2013

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 50-18, Sheet 3A, Lines 5-9, 410 S. Rosemary St., West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Co., FL
    Rent=$50, Radio=Y, Farm=N
    Preston J. Truax, Head, M, 43, [email protected], IA/IA/IA, Motion Picture Operator, Vet=N
    Martha Truax, Wife, F, 30, [email protected], AR/AR/MS
    Adelesea M. Truax, Daughter, F, 10, Sng, AR/IA/AR
    Louise H. Truax, Daughter, F, 6, Sng, AR/IA/AR
    Johnie Culpepper, Mother-in-law, F, 62, [email protected], MS/MS/MS.
  2. E-mail written 2013 - 2016 to Warren Culpepper & Lew Griffin from Sandi Davis (desc/o #32073), e-mail address.

Martha Emily Catherine Culpepper

F, (26 January 1861 - 21 January 1932)
FatherElias Daniel Culpepper (31 Jan 1832 - 8 May 1914)
MotherNancy Clegg (30 Jul 1832 - 2 Nov 1904)
Birth*26 January 1861 Martha was born at Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 26 January 1861. 
(household member) 1870 Census1870 Sarah, Nancy, John, James, Isaac, Joseph, Martha, Malcolm and Francis listed as a household member living with Elias Daniel Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Derasaw Township, Grant Co., Arkansas. 38 m-210 hh 33. 
(Daughter) 1880 Census1880 Sarah, Martha and Julia was listed as a daughter in Elias Daniel Culpepper's household on the 1880 Census at Grant Co., Arkansas. 48 m-ED100-27. 
Marriage* She married (?) Robinson at Arkansas
Married Name Her married name was Robinson. 
Employment* Martha's occupation: seamstress at Vaugine Township, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas
1900 Census*7 June 1900 Martha was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Vaugine Township, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas. 38 f-ED 100-8 hh 176. 
Marriage* She married Will Young at Arkansas
Married Name Her married name was Young. 
Residence* Martha resided at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas
Death*21 January 1932 She died at Tulsa, Tulsa Co., Oklahoma, on 21 January 1932 at age 70
at the home of her daughter from Cardiac Decompensation with Myoc. 
Burial*24 January 1932 Her body was interred on 24 January 1932 at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas
Biography* Martha Emily Catherine was known as "Emma." She was the daughter of Elias Daniel and Nancy (Clegg) Culpepper. Her parents were noted in the 1860 census in the Darysaw P. O. District of Jefferson Co., AR and this is probably where she was born. On current maps, Darysaw is to the west of Pine Bluff near the border between Jefferson County and Grant County but on the Grant County side of the line. A nine year old "Martha E. C. Culpepper" was listed with her parents in the "Derasaw" Township of Grant Co., AR in the 1870 census. A 19 year old "Emily Culpepper" was noted living with her parents in the 1880 census. At some point after this, Emma married her first husband and had at least two children by him. She was later married a second time to Will Young. Emma died in 1932 while visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. C. Mooney. She was 71 years old. 

Family 1

(?) Robinson (circa 1858 - before 1900)
Children

Family 2

Will Young (circa 1858 - before 1932)
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited19 January 2000

(?) Robinson

M, (circa 1858 - before 1900)
Birth*circa 1858 (?) was born circa 1858. 
Marriage* He married Martha Emily Catherine Culpepper at Arkansas
Death*before 1900 He died at Arkansas before 1900. 

Family

Martha Emily Catherine Culpepper (26 January 1861 - 21 January 1932)
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited7 August 1999