Richard Glenn Culpepper1,2,3

M, (6 November 1958 - 19 February 1976)
FatherVernon Gene Culpepper3 (26 Feb 1937 - 31 Jul 1984)
MotherJulia Ann Rolison3 (4 May 1941 - 1999)
Birth*6 November 1958 Richard was born at Dallas Co., Texas, on 6 November 1958.3 
Death*19 February 1976 He died at Smith Co., Texas, on 19 February 1976 at age 17.4 
Last Edited20 November 2006

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999 to Culpepper Connections from Michael Lane Culpepper (#36322), e-mail address (Nov 2009).
  2. E-mail written 1998, 1999, 2004 to Lew Griffin from Margaret Overstreet Coffman, e-mail address.
  3. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Birth Index, 1903 - 1997, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8781&ti=0
    Richard Glenn Culpepper, Male, born 6 Nov 1958 in Dallas Co., Texas, child of Vernon Gene Culpepper and Julia Ann Rolison.
  4. Texas Department of Health, compiler, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4876
    Richard G Culpepper, Male, died 19 Feb 1976 in Smith Co., TX.

Julia Ann Rolison

F, (4 May 1941 - 1999)
FatherJ. D. Rolison (s 1911 - )
MotherJuanita (?) (s 1913 - )
Birth*4 May 1941 Julia was born at Athens, Henderson Co., Texas, on 4 May 1941. 
Marriage*4 August 1956 She married Vernon Gene Culpepper on 4 August 1956 at age 15.1 
Married Name Her married name was Culpepper. 
Divorce*10 September 1971 She and Vernon Gene Culpepper were divorced on 10 September 1971 at Wood Co., Texas.1 
Photographed*say 1980 She was photographed say 1980.2
Julia Ann Rolison Culpepper
Death*1999 She died in 1999. 

Family

Vernon Gene Culpepper (26 February 1937 - 31 July 1984)
Child
Last Edited14 January 2006

Citations

  1. Texas Deaprtment of State Health Services, compiler, TX Divorce Index, 1968-2002, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8794
    Vernon G Culpepper, 34, and Julia A Culpepper, 30, divorced on 10 Sep 1971 in Wood Co., Texas. Original Marriage Date: 4 Aug 1956. Number of Children: 4.
  2. E-mail written 1999 to Culpepper Connections from Michael Lane Culpepper (#36322), e-mail address (Nov 2009).
  3. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Birth Index, 1903 - 1997, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8781&ti=0
    Richard Glenn Culpepper, Male, born 6 Nov 1958 in Dallas Co., Texas, child of Vernon Gene Culpepper and Julia Ann Rolison.

J. D. Rolison

M, (say 1911 - )
Birth*say 1911 J. was born say 1911. 
Marriage* He married Juanita (?)

Family

Juanita (?) (say 1913 - )
Child
Last Edited29 August 2000

Juanita (?)

F, (say 1913 - )
Married Name Her married name was Rolison. 
Marriage* She married J. D. Rolison
Birth*say 1913 Juanita was born say 1913. 

Family

J. D. Rolison (say 1911 - )
Child
Last Edited29 August 2000

Jason Andrew Culpepper Jr.

M, (4 April 1923 - 26 February 1997)
FatherJason Andrew Culpepper (13 Nov 1895 - 22 May 1972)
MotherDaisy Elizabeth Carter (2 Oct 1900 - 21 May 1987)
Birth*4 April 1923 Jason was born at Bell Co., Texas, on 4 April 1923.1,2 
(Son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Jason and Joe was listed as a son in Jason Andrew Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Bell Co., Texas.3 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Texas.2 
World War II*between 1942 and 1945 He served in World War II between 1942 and 1945
(US Army.)4 
Death*26 February 1997 He died at Temple, Bell Co., Texas, on 26 February 1997 at age 73.5,6 
Burial*circa 28 February 1997 His body was interred circa 28 February 1997 at Wilson Valley Cemetery, Little River, Bell Co., Texas.4 
Biography* Jason was married three times, had no children. 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited18 October 2008

Citations

  1. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Birth Index, 1903 - 1997, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8781&ti=0
    J. A. Culpepper Jr., born 4 Apr 1923 in Bell Co., Texas.
  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 16, page 17B, Bell Co,. TX
    Own=$700, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Jason A. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, M, md @20, TX/AL/AL, Gas Station Merchant
    Daisy E. Culpepper, Wife, F, 29, M, md @15, TX/TX/TX
    Mildred Culpepper, Dau, F, 12, S, TX/TX/TX
    J. D. Culpepper, Son, M, 7, S, TX/TX/TX
    Joe L. Culpepper, Son, M, 5, S, TX/TX/TX.
  4. National Cemetery Administration, compiler, US Veterans Gravesites, 1775-2006, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8750
    Wilson Valley Cemetery, Temple, TX
    + J A Culpepper, US ARMY WORLD WAR II, 4 Apr 1923 - 26 Feb 1997.
  5. Texas Department of Health, compiler, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4876
    Jason A Culpepper, Male, died 26 Feb 1997 in Bell Co., TX.
  6. Loretta Meyer, Carlsbad, NM, 2000 report, Loretta Meyer, Carlsbad, NM, to Lew Griffin, 2000.

Joe Lee Culpepper

M, (11 January 1926 - 29 January 1996)
FatherJason Andrew Culpepper (13 Nov 1895 - 22 May 1972)
MotherDaisy Elizabeth Carter (2 Oct 1900 - 21 May 1987)
Birth*11 January 1926 Joe was born at Bell Co., Texas, on 11 January 1926.1,2 
(Son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Jason and Joe was listed as a son in Jason Andrew Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Bell Co., Texas.3 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Texas.1 
World War II*between 1943 and 1945 He served in World War II between 1943 and 1945
(US Army.)4 
Residence*January 1996 Joe resided at Harris Co., Texas, in January 1996.1 
Death*29 January 1996 He died at Bell Co., Texas, on 29 January 1996 at age 70.5,1 
Burial*circa 31 January 1996 His body was interred circa 31 January 1996 at Wilson Valley Cemetery, Little River, Bell Co., Texas.4 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants
Last Edited18 October 2008

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
  2. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Birth Index, 1903 - 1997, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8781&ti=0
    Jos Lee Culpepper, Male, born 11 Jan 1926 in Bell Co., Texas, child of J A Culpepper and Daisy Carter.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 16, page 17B, Bell Co,. TX
    Own=$700, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Jason A. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, M, md @20, TX/AL/AL, Gas Station Merchant
    Daisy E. Culpepper, Wife, F, 29, M, md @15, TX/TX/TX
    Mildred Culpepper, Dau, F, 12, S, TX/TX/TX
    J. D. Culpepper, Son, M, 7, S, TX/TX/TX
    Joe L. Culpepper, Son, M, 5, S, TX/TX/TX.
  4. National Cemetery Administration, compiler, US Veterans Gravesites, 1775-2006, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8750
    Wilson Valley Cemetery, Temple, TX
    + Joe Lee Culpepper, US ARMY, 11 Jan 1926 - 28 Jan 1996.
  5. Texas Department of Health, compiler, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4876
    Joe Lee Culpepper, Male, died 29 Jan 1996 in Bell Co., TX.

Carroll Wesley Culpepper1,2

M, (23 October 1888 - 25 November 1934)
FatherEdwin Carroll Culpepper3 (c 1858 - 1890)
MotherCarolyn Louise Harris3 (25 Aug 1863 - 16 Nov 1916)
Birth*23 October 1888 Carroll was born at Sanford, Seminole Co., Florida, on 23 October 1888.2,4 
(step son) 1900 Census1 June 1900 Carroll was listed as a step son in James Franklin Jones's household on the 1900 Census at Orange Co., Florida.5 
(Son) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Carroll was listed as a son in James Franklin Jones's household on the 1910 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.6 
Marriage*21 January 1912 He married Kitty Wells Seig at Geneva, Orange Co., Florida, on 21 January 1912 at age 23.1 
Relocation*1914 The Culpeppers lived in the northern part of Orange County that became Seminole County in 1914. 
WWI Draft Reg*1917 He registered for the WW-I draft in 1917 at Seminole Co., Florida.2 
1920 Census*1 January 1920 Carroll was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.7 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 He was enumerated in the US Census of 1930 at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.8,9 
Death*25 November 1934 He died at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida, on 25 November 1934 at age 46.4 
Burial*circa 27 November 1934 His body was interred circa 27 November 1934 at Geneva Cemetery, Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.4 

Family

Kitty Wells Seig (21 May 1895 - 26 June 1990)
Children
Last Edited23 January 2008

Citations

  1. Carroll Wesley Culpepper of Geneva and Kittie Wells Seig of Geneva on 21 Jan 1912 in Orange Co., FL, Book 3, p. 262.
  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
    Carroll Wesley Culpepper, b. 23 Oct 1888, White, Sanford FL, Seminole Co., FL.
  3. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 102B, Family 178, Precinct 6, Orange Co., FL
    James Jones, Head, M Jun 1856, 43, md 11 yrs, GA/GA/GA, Orange Grove Farmer
    Carrie L. Jones, Wife, F, Aug 1864, 35, md 11 yrs, ch 4/2, GA/GA/GA
    Delia Jones, Daughter, F, Oct 1897, 2, S, FL/GA/GA
    Wesley Culpepper, Step-son, M, Oct 1888, 11, S, FL/GA/GA.
  4. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Geneva Cemetery, Geneva, Seminole County, Florida
    ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/fl/seminole/cemetery/geneva.txt
    + Carroll W. Culpepper, 23 Oct 1888 - 25 Nov 1934.
  5. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    Geneva, Seminole, Florida, Prect. 6, ED 121, page 7 (transcribed by Linda Crompton)
    Jones, James F., Head, White, Male, born June 1856, age 43, Married 11 years, born in Georgia, Father & Mother born in Ga., occupation-Farmer for Orange Grove, Can read, write and speak English, owned his farm, free of mortgage, farm #113.
    Carrie L., wife, white, female, born Aug. 1864, age 35, married 11 years, mother of 4 children - 2 living, born in Ga., Father & Mother born in Ga., occupation farmer, can read, write & speak English, owned farm, mortgaged, farm #114.
    Della, daughter, white, female, born Oct. 1897, age 2, single, born in Fla.
    Culpepper, Wesley C., step-son, white male, born Oct. 1888, age 11, single, born in Fla., at school for 6 months, can read, write and Speak English, Father & Mother born in Georgia.
  6. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    Geneva, Seminole, Florida, Prect. 6, ED 115, pg 8A (Transcribed by Linda Crompton)
    Jones, James Frank, Head, male, white, age 52, married 23 years, born in Ga., Father & Mother born in Ga., Occupation farmer, Fruit farm, owned, not out of work, can read & write English, owned-free of mortgage-farm #131.
    Carrie L., wife, female, white, age 47, married 23 years, had 3 children-2 living, born in Ga., Father & Mother born in Ga., occupation "Hello Girl" for Telephone Ex. , working, can read & write English.
    Carroll, son, male, white, age 21, single, born in Fla., occupation packer of fruits & veg., can read & write English.
    Della, daughter, female, white, age 12, single, born in Fla., can read, write & speak English.
  7. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 15A, ED: 182, Image: 514 (3 Jan 1920), Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Carroll W. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 31, M, FL/GA/GA, Farmer
    Kitty W. Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 24, M, GA/GA/GA, Telephone Operator
    Kathlin Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, S, FL/FL/GA
    Karen L. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 5/12, S, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 1/12, S, FL/FL/GA.
  8. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 59-12, Sheet 2A, Lines 32-39, Geneva-Oviedo Rd., Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Rent=$15, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, [email protected], FL/GA/GA, Operator/Bus Line & Trucks
    Kitty Wells Culpepper, Wife, F, 34, [email protected], GA/GA/GA
    Khadra A. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 17, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    C. Louise Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    John N. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Vernon M. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA.
  9. The 1930 census record age was for Vernon was transcribed in error. It is actually "3 9/12."
  10. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Geneva Cemetery, Geneva, Seminole County, Florida
    ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/fl/seminole/cemetery/geneva.txt
    + Baby Culpepper, 10 Aug 1918 - 10 Aug 1918.

Kitty Wells Seig

F, (21 May 1895 - 26 June 1990)
Name Variation She was also known as Kip.1 
Birth*21 May 1895 Kitty was born at Americus, Sumter Co., Georgia, on 21 May 1895. Kittie was the seventh daughter, fourteenth child of George Harrison Sieg (born 15 Mar 1846 in Americus, Sumter Co., GA), and fifth daughter, tenth child of his wife, Khadra Ann Mercer Sieg (born 28 Nov 1856 in GA).1 
1900 Census*1 June 1900 Kitty was listed as a daughter in an unknown person 's household on the 1900 Census at Sumter Co., Georgia.2 
Marriage*21 January 1912 She married Carroll Wesley Culpepper at Geneva, Orange Co., Florida, on 21 January 1912 at age 16.3 
Married Name21 January 1912  As of 21 January 1912, her married name was Culpepper. 
(Family Member) Relocation1914 The Culpeppers lived in the northern part of Orange County that became Seminole County in 1914. 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Kitty was listed as Carroll Wesley Culpepper's wife on the 1920 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.4 
(Wife) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Kitty was listed as an unknown person 's wife on the 1930 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.5,6 
Married Name1939  As of 1939, her married name was Allen.7 
Marriage*1939 She married Alvah Gilman Allen at Volusia Co., Florida, in 1939.7 
Death*26 June 1990 She died at Altamonte Springs, Seminole Co., Florida, on 26 June 1990 at age 95.1 
Biography* From More Reflections, Personal Stories of Earlier Life in Geneva, Florida, Geneva Historical Society. (Author of article unknown)
The invitations for the wedding of Miss Kitty Wells Sieg and Mr. Carroll Wesley Culpepper were issued for seven-thirty o'clock on the evening of January 21, 1912. As all guest and wedding party members were assembled, the minister, the Reverend Mr. E. Lee Smith, pastor of the Geneve and Oviedo Baptist Churches, requested that the wedding service begin at seven as he had a dark, cold night for the long buggy drive back to his home in Oviedo.
Miss Sieg and Mr. Culpepper were united in marriage in a simple ceremony at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Khadra Mercer Sieg. (The site of the Sieg residence will be remembered as the former Graddick Place. The late Mr. and Mrs. Graddick were parents of Mrs. H.H. Pattishall and grandparents of Henry Fletcher Jones.)
The bride wore an ice blue satin floor length gown with an inserted yoke outlined with blue silk dep fringe, as was the hipline of the skirt. Accessories were white; silk stockings, buttoned high top pique shoes, and long gloves.
The groom wore a dark blue serge suit, white shirt, black tie and black shores.
Following the ceremony, the guest were served a light supper of chicken salad, crackers, stuffed olives, Jell-o with whipped cream, wedding cake, fruit punch, and coffee. (This was the first time stuffed olives and Jell-o were served at any Geneva social function. 'Tis said the groom liked the jell-o, but suffered noticeably the lone olive he swallowed.)
Those attending were: Mrs. Khadra Mercer Sieg, mother of the bride; Mrs. Margaret "Maggie" Sieg Etheredge, bride's sister, and her son, Emmett Culver Etheredge, Jr; brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. David Speer (Lannie); Mr. John "Jack" Vernon Wicks (married Margaret Sieg Etheredge in February, two weeks later.) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones (Carolyn Louise Harris Culpepper), stepfather and mother of the groom, and their daughter, Miss Della Jones.
(On Monday morning, January 22nd, Postmaster H.H.Pattishall, announced that when he arrived at the post office he was amazed to find the largest amount of mail ever posted in those early days - stacked on the floor ready for posting, announcements of the wedding the previous evening).
Since the wood burning stove was not delievered on Saturday as promised, plans to spend the night in their new home (rented and furnished by the groom without assistance from the bride) were changed. They stayed at the Sieg residence. Monday morning Carroll was off to work as foreman of the Chase and Company Packing House on Lake Harney, later the old Pavilion. That night after dinner the entire families met at the new home, known as the Hayes Place, to inspect the now completely furnished house since the stove had arrived that afternoon and had been installed by Carroll and Friends as they returned to their homes from work.
The two-story house consisted of front porch, a combination living and dining room, kitchen, and bedroom on the first floor, two bedrooms and hall upstairs.
Houses were furnished quite differently in those days. In the entrance hall was a hat rack with mirror attached to a storage chest topped with a bench with arms that provided extra seating for those special occasions. Living and dining room boasted a large oak table with six chairs, a sideboard (buffet) and four oak rocking chairs placed upon an "art square" (9 X 12 rug). The kitchen had a built-in table, and the wood burning stove with a big reservior and a warming oven. The pantry was lined with shelves, completely stocked. The downstairs bedroom had a brass double bed, oak dresser and washstand on which was kept, a wash bowl (lavatory), pitcher, soap dish with lid, and a small pitcher and cup for drinking water. On the floor, standing beside the washstand, was waste jar with lid. These accessories were of matching blue china with dark centered daisies and were referred to as a "toilet set". An oak chair and a round table with lamp completed this room.
In the upstairs bedroom was a white enameled bed with brass trimmed post, oak dresser and washstand, and the "toilet set" of white china decorated with gold.
All windows had green shades. Ecru voile curtains with sides bordered with blue flowers and green leaves hung in the living-diningroom.
The bride's inspection tour was just completed. As the couple descended the stairs a great noise was heard. Cowbells ringing, spoons banging on pots and pans, cans rattling...the "shiveree" began! This was the then traditional housewarming and all the young, both single and married couples of Geneva and friends from nearby attended.
Mayme and Ramona McLain
Belle Elchner with Endor & Helen Curlett
Georgia Pattishall
Pearl & Margie Kilbee with Hilton Brown
Kate Flynt
Clare Harrison
Ruth & Emma Proctor & brother, Clifford
Lester Brown
Grover LeFils
Fred Ballard
Grady and Wiley Helms
Fred Prevatt
After the congratulations, the fun and games, sisters of the newlyweds served home baked cakes and hot chocolate to the merrymakers and well wishers. Another home established, two old southern families united, the Siegs and the Culpeppers, one."

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From the 1966-67 Geneva Historical and Genealogical Society Year Book:
"April 16th was a special date at Fort Lane Park: the last block and nail joined roof and rafters to the concrete slab floor, and the first unit of our long-hoped-for pavilion was completed. This building is a gift of the Sieg families, and is to be called THE SIEG PAVILION. It commerates sixty (60) years of one or more members of this family living on Lake Herney or in Geneva."

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Source Unknown:

Kittie Wells moved from Americus, Georgia to Geneva, Florida in 1911.
She married Carroll Wesley Culpepper. Orange County, Florida Book 3, page 262. They had 3 daughters and 3 sons.
She was a L.P.Nurse. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Gevena.
She is listed on the 1920 Geneva, Seminole, Florida census as living with her husband, Carroll W., son, Carroll W., and daughters, Kather, and Kanem. It states she is age 24, born in Georgia, married, able to read, write, and speak english, and working as a telephone operator for wages.
She married a second time to Alvah G. Allen.
She was a perpetual member of the Geneva Historical and Genealogical Society. She was on the Hospitality Committee and the cemetery committee, in 1966-67. She was living in Geneva.
She died on June 26, 1990, at 11:00 P.M., in Altamonte Springs, Fla. at the age of 95. She was living at Groupe Home at 1010 Terry Drive, Altamonte Springs. Her house address was 250 First Street, Geneva, Fla. 32732.
The funeral home was Brisson Funeral Hime at 905 Laurel Ave., Sanford, Fla. The service was on Saturday, June 30, at 11:00 A.M. at First Baptist Church of Gevena. The Rev. Jack Darrow presided. The pallbearers were her grandsons. She is buried at Gevena cemetery, #153-F.
At the time of her death, she had the following children still living: (1) Carroll W. Culpepper in Panama City, Florida; (2) John N. Culpepper in Cocoa, Florida; (3) Vernon M. Culpepper in San Antonio, Texas; Khadra C. Ward in Gevena, Florida; and Margaret C. Walcot in Oviedo, Florida. She had 22 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, and 5 great-great grandchildren. The family asked that memorial contributions be sent to her favorite charity.

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From Reflections - Stories of Earlier Life in Geneva, Florida, Geneva Historical Society.

Kitty Wells Sieg Culpepper Allen --
"I have been in Geneva for some years now. I came here when I was a young girl with my father and mother and two brothers. We stayed at the Doctor Freeman Pattishall place for a few months. Then Mr. Huddleston came to us and wanted us to go on his place free of rent so as to keep bees out of his orange grove. So we built over there and before our furniture came from Georgia, we had only one bed in the house. I slept on one side of the quilt and covered with the other on the floor and we really had a time trying to keep things going until our things came from Georgia.
We used a dry goods box for a dresser. We had an old broken mirror on it and used the inside of it for storing our linens and we kept our little trinkets that we did have with us on this. We had one large table in the room and in the kitchen we had an old fashioned wood stove with a reservoir and an oven warmer. We had a few dishes and two kerosene lamps for the whole house. Well! I can remember very well that we had a great deal of trouble in getting our furniture brought out from Sanford, but eventually it arrived. Then we were very happy to have it.
Then I know that my father and brothers worked at the hammock planting beans and potatoes, tomatoes, etc. My mother and I would go down occasionally and help them out. You know the men folks just can't get along without we women.
Oh Yes! I guess I should say that my brother Willie Lee Sieg and Joe Sieg came down with papa and mama and I, and we lived there at the Huddleston place. I recall one afternoon I was playing barefooted, throwing an orange way up in the air and catching it, if I could. One time I missed it and I saw something shinning in the sand. I thought, oops, I better pick that piece of tin up and throw it in the lake to keep from cutting my foot on it, and guess what it was, a silver dollar! Boy! Did I think I was a rich gal! We so seldom had whole dollars so these things all come back as we stop to think about the days of long ago.
There was a packinghouse at every grove. No one ever thought of such a thing as carrying the fruit to someone else's packinghouse for shipment. I can remember that I was out in the packinghouse, scrubbing grapefruit to prepare them for shipping, when friends came riding by wanting to know if I could go with them on a picnic. So my mother allowed me to go and we had a great picnic down on Lake Harney. Lake Harney was our focal point for picnics in those days, and on every Friday afternoon a crowd of people came down. We went swimming. I had my first bathing suit and do you know what? My mother wouldn't let me go swimming without hose on. Can you understand that now, these days? Ah! Know I bet you can't. Well, I noticed that my other friends were not wearing hose. I felt terribly embarrassed with my mother and sister but if I went swimming I had to have the hose. So I walked in sand with them and wore them out so I couldn't wear them anymore. Then I got to go without hose because she couldn't afford to keep buying them for me.
Well, we had wonderful times camping in tents and palmetto shacks up on Lake Harney, way up at the head where my brother Willie Lee Seig lives at the present time. We had palmetto shacks, one for the men folks, one for the ladies. There was an open palmetto shed for the kitchen. Instead of moving our whole bedstead out there, we just took the springs and mattress and put them on the floor...Oh, another thing, our pots and pans commenced rattling out there and, whoop, we had to get up and run the coons away. They were eating up our food in our pantry. So, again, we would go back to bed and maybe we would wake up the next morning with an old owl screeching at the top of his voice nearby.
And another thing I can remember, when we first came to Geneva, if I can go back again. When we first arrived on Lake Harney my sister and brother-in-law had a tent with a floor in it for their living quarters, but they had the palmetto shacks too and they had built an extra palmetto shack for papa and mama to sleep in. And I had never seen such things before. They were certainly a curiosity but they kept the water off us when it rained and the sun off in the daytime and the dampness at night. We were very grateful for them but, believe you me, we had to sleep under nets. The mosquitoes were bad and around this camp, which was a cluster of several palmetto shacks and tents, was a great fence made out of, of all things, fish nets and palmetto logs. They put one log on top of another, up about three logs or maybe four logs, and then put stakes up and hung palmetto, I mean hung fish nets all around this, making an enclosure so as to keep their chickens out and the hogs out because hogs ran wild in those days and of course it helped to keep some animals out, not all.
And I can remember on the cold, windy days, we would go behind the ridge and make a fire in a palmetto stump so as to keep warm. I remember once as we were walking along, I was whittling on a piece of palmetto and our fire had gone out sometime before and I just stepped right in that palmetto hole and burned my foot. I had to hop home, just hippity hop home on one foot and some palmeto sticks that I used for crutches. We had a time when we were going by the Smith house on Lake Geneva. A bunch of children were out playing in the yard. One of them says. "Who is that?" "I don't know". Oh! That's that Lake Harney crowd, I knows them". So, we had a great fun over that. Going on home we arrived home that night and found everything satisfactory at home...
When we first came to Geneva we, being Baptist, had no church to go to as most of the Baptist that had been here before us had either passed away or moved from the community. So, we immediately went to the Methodist church, which was the only one at that time in this community. We never missed any services anymore than if it had been our own denomination. We were very happy to attend and enjoyed it. And, as usual, always spoke to the elderly people. It's always been sometime that I could not resist, was trying to make them feel welcome and at home. I particularly remember Grandpa and Grandma Baker being so delighted that I had spoken to them, me, as a young girl. So, they told me one day, "Kitty Wells. you are the only girl that has ever spoken to us at church and we certainly do appreciate it, and I want you to know that since you have been speaking to us, others have too." And they were so delighted over it until they had me come and spend a whole day with them at their home, and I did enjoy it very much. And in attending these services we never thought of missing a single service if we could possibly avoid it.
But, eventually other Baptists moved in and my father, being a preacher, was asked to form a new church, to reorganize the old church, perhaps I should say. So, on one Sunday afternoon, but I do not recall the date, all the Baptist in the community with the children that they had raised since they had a church here, came to our house and we reorganized the Geneva Baptist Church. This building was already over by the cemetery. We had a large building with a pulpit, the rostrum, and we had no organ, of course, but we managed to raise enough cash to get one. My father was to preach once a month until we were financially able to get a pastor. So, in those days, the Methodist had their preaching on the second and fourth Sundays. So, we decided not to interfere with them, we would have ours on the first Sunday of each month. We were not financially able to have services more often.
I can recall that we would get up, say on the first Sunday morning and go to Sunday School and preaching at our church, go home and immediately after lunch we would go to the Methodist church to Sunday School and Epworth League, going from there to our church for our night service. And on the second Sunday, we would get up and go to the Methodist Sunday School and church, then home for our lunch, then to our Sunday School in the afternoon and then back to the Methodist church to their Epworth League and preaching. Would the young people of this day be doing that much and going to church? Could they think of making so many trips to a church? And, in our meeting in those days, we were walking, we were not riding, and it was at least two miles from our home to the church, back home again, then at least two miles to the other church and back home again. So, you see we really put some foot tracks in those days to get to our churches.
After awhile we were able to have a pastor and eventually we had him on the first and third Sundays. Then we kept on going to both churches at all times. Finally our church was moved from the cemetery, over into the hard road, near the schoolhouse. We were there for several years. Then we sold our building to the colored people and bought what was known as a Woman's Club which was built during the big boom. I remember that we only had one service in this building before it was burned. From then on, we held our meetings in a tent until we were able to build again. This little church that we have at Geneva was begun in those days. And now we are growing and have our Sunday School rooms and are planning for other extensions a little later. I think that is about all I can say for the way we did our church going in those days. Now let me back up a few years and say why we came to Geneva.
My sister, Mrs. David Speer, (Annie Sieg Speer) and her husband were on Lake Harney fishing. He did the fishing with his brother-in-law. So, we camped there a while. Then we went into the Doctor Pattishall house as I mentioned before.
But I want to tell you something about my sister, Mrs. Speer. She was a great seamstress, loved sewing and embroidering and all. I want you to know that due to her generosity a good many children would not had privilege of going to school or been able to have decent clothes to wear to school. The good friends of Mrs. Speer would give her clothing and she would make them over into their latest styles for these children to wear to school. I can recall one little girl that wanted to go to the 4-H Club meeting at Tallahassee, I believe it was, but anyway she had no clothing. So Mrs. Speer outfitted the girl from top to bottom, even to a bathing suit she needed to have on this journey. So, all in all, she was outfitted for this great occasion. Then on other occasions she made dresses and put them in a little chest at the school where my brother and his wife taught. And any child that had come to school on a rainy day, got wet on the way to school, could go into this chest and get clothing and have their clothes dried and then they could put them back on before they went home in the afternoon. Mrs. Speer loved doing these things for other people. She was also a wonderful nurse and did many, many ,mercy works in her life here in Geneva, The community has been so grateful to having her as their friend and neighbor. To work with them and for them and she enjoyed it all, even until the very last. She was 89 years of age when she passed away. Even after 85 she was doing this sewing and making dresses for little tots that were unable to have nicer dresses.
I would like to tell you one other little thing that happened in our community. There was quite a little canasta club around. I don't know whether you people are cognizant of the fact but our elderly citzens have rapport here. Miss Ada Rogers, who is 89 years of age, and her sister, Miss Isabelle Rogers, who will soon be 84, Mrs. Allen who will soon be 70 and Miss Meta LeFils who is about 65 and we have a great club going once a week. We just couldn't say we made mistakes. We just had a lot of fun and that is what it is all about, now isn't it? Then we serve a nice refreshment and we all enjoy being together for the afternoon. We don't do a lot of gossiping as people seem to think is carried on at these clubs, for we are too busy planning our next move, and I want you to know that each one of us enjoy being together. I think you ought to get in lots of fun if you could just hear us without our knowing about it."

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From Siegs in Eight Generation

"Kip" was the tomboy - and why not with brothers Wilie Lee and Joe plus cousin Sieg Holmes, Sr. next door for ball games and all the competitions every season? It was her morning's chore to pick salad tomatoes and blackberries for each summer day's dinner. As "baby" of the family she had many bosses, and was not considered to be grown-up by her elders until she married. Suddenly overnight long matronly dresses from her trousseau replaced those schoolgirl shorter length fashions of the day. The new wardrobe was purchased by her mother and sisters (Lonnie and Mag) while she window-shopped reluctantly - awaiting their selections.
Kittie Wells' nimble fingers sewed, crocheted, tatted, wove pine needle baskets and trays, and handpainted on velvet - all the craft rages of the day. Church, school, activities, dinners at The Hall, surgical dressings unit during World War I, the thousand demands of an ever growing family (just as it had for all those wives preceeding her, and since in the march of generations across the accumulating pages of history). Other activities no longer volunteer after the Great Depression descended o'er all the land: telephone operator, postmaster, then Star Route service for Geneva, Oviedo, and Sanford post offices. Busy years. A long illness of her husband, terminal. The lonely years of widowhood. At thirty-nine, too young to tread the long decades ahead alone. Remarriage. World War II. Three sons (all she had) and sons-in-law (her daughters' husbands) in Military service. Volunteer Civilian Plane Watch - nightly vigils after working at the post office all day. Finally, thank God, the watching and waiting was over - all safetly home at last. During this time home canning was the order of every hour available, and this activity continued for a year after "the boys" were home. Resigned as postmaster. Enjoyed a trip to New York the better to see her country and visit with her step-young adults. They liked Florida, too, so there was visiting during vacations with picnicking, swimming and sailing at The Farm on Buck Lake where the log cabin nestles under the tall pines and large oaks. Welcoming grandchildren became priority number one and "Grandmuvie" was always there. Nursing at the Harry Anna Home for Crippled Children and later at Orange Memorial Hospital, Orlando, hustled the years onward. Retirement, 1960. Kittie Wells had always been a wonderful cook; she has attained the rank of expert in baking. Cakes, pies, cobblers - these are her specialty. Community service includes hostessing with a friend for the annual Vacation Bible School at her Church; Guidance Committee of the Geneva Historical Committee; Geneva Historical and Genealogical Society Board of Electors. 1975-76; Sandwich Chairman for Saturday Supper at the annual May Festival of this organization for ten (10) years; she was among those there each day helping with the building of The Sieg Pavilion where you are expected for annual Sieg Reunions; each week she supervises the arranging of the Wednesday Bunch for Lunch - a gathering of the area kin for a food and gab-fest; all summer of 1975 she served on the committee that planned and staged the Centennial Celebration of the First Baptist Church of Geneva honoring the first "gatherers" of this church which included your grandparents (or maybe they were your great-grandparents, or uncle and aunt, or great uncle and aunt, or cousins), the Rev. George Harrison and Khadra Ann Mercer Sieg, and their son and his wife, Willie Lee and Mayme McLain Sieg....all who had so nobly served to the glory of God. Still active at eighty-one, but slowing her pace. She drives - cruising at 50 instead of 65 MPH as she did in yesteryears."1 

Family 1

Carroll Wesley Culpepper (23 October 1888 - 25 November 1934)
Children

Family 2

Alvah Gilman Allen (5 August 1882 - 6 September 1965)
Last Edited29 January 2008

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2003-2008 to Culpepper Connections from Linda Dianne Herring Crompton, e-mail address.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.

    MD 789, Sumter, Ga., ED 61, June 1 (Transcribed by Linda Crompton)
    Sieg, George H., head, white, male, born Mch 1846, age 54, married, 23 years, born in Ga., father born in Maryland, mother born in SC, farmer, can read, write & speak english,own, free of mortgage, farm, #1;
    Khadra A., wife, white, female, born Nov 1857, age 42, married, 23 years, 10 children, 8 living, born in Ga., parents born in Ga., can read, write & speak english;
    Carrie C., daughter, white, female, born Nov 1882, age 17, single, born in Ga., at school, can read, write & speak english;
    Maggie M., daughter, white, female, born Mch 1884, age 16, single, born in Ga., at school, can read, write & speak english;
    Francis F., son, white, male, born Feb 1887, age 13, single, born in Ga., farm labor, can read, write & speak english;
    Willie Lee, son, white, male, born Aug 1890, age 9, single, born ib Ga., at school;
    Joseph L., son, white, male, born June 1892, age 7, single, born in Ga., at school;
    Kittie Wells, daughter, white, female, born May 1895, age 5, single, born in Ga.
  3. Carroll Wesley Culpepper of Geneva and Kittie Wells Seig of Geneva on 21 Jan 1912 in Orange Co., FL, Book 3, p. 262.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 15A, ED: 182, Image: 514 (3 Jan 1920), Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Carroll W. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 31, M, FL/GA/GA, Farmer
    Kitty W. Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 24, M, GA/GA/GA, Telephone Operator
    Kathlin Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, S, FL/FL/GA
    Karen L. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 5/12, S, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 1/12, S, FL/FL/GA.
  5. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 59-12, Sheet 2A, Lines 32-39, Geneva-Oviedo Rd., Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Rent=$15, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, [email protected], FL/GA/GA, Operator/Bus Line & Trucks
    Kitty Wells Culpepper, Wife, F, 34, [email protected], GA/GA/GA
    Khadra A. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 17, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    C. Louise Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    John N. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Vernon M. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA.
  6. The 1930 census record age was for Vernon was transcribed in error. It is actually "3 9/12."
  7. Jordan R. Dodd & Florida Department of Health, compiler, Florida Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 & 1927-2001, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8784&enc=1&offerid=0%3a7858%3a0
    Alvah G. Allen married Kittie Wells Culpepper in 1939 in Volusia Co., FL.
  8. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Geneva Cemetery, Geneva, Seminole County, Florida
    ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/fl/seminole/cemetery/geneva.txt
    + Baby Culpepper, 10 Aug 1918 - 10 Aug 1918.

Khadra Ann Culpepper1

F, (29 March 1913 - 25 February 2004)
FatherCarroll Wesley Culpepper (23 Oct 1888 - 25 Nov 1934)
MotherKitty Wells Seig (21 May 1895 - 26 Jun 1990)
Birth*29 March 1913 Khadra was born at Geneva, Orange Co., Florida, on 29 March 1913.1 
(Family Member) Relocation1914 The Culpeppers lived in the northern part of Orange County that became Seminole County in 1914. 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Khadra and Carolyn was listed as a daughter in Carroll Wesley Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.2 
(Daughter) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Khadra, Carolyn and Margaret was listed as a daughter in an unknown person 's household on the 1930 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.3,4 
Married Name7 June 1936  As of 7 June 1936, her married name was Ward.1 
Marriage*7 June 1936 She married Ernest Marvin Ward at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida, on 7 June 1936 at age 23. Pete and Khadra Ward and three children: Peter Michael Ward, Vernon Lee Ward, and Kenneth Walter Ward.1 
Death*25 February 2004 She died at Winter Park, Orange Co., Florida, on 25 February 2004 at age 90.1 

Family

Ernest Marvin Ward (7 March 1910 - 1 August 1995)
Last Edited23 January 2008

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2003-2008 to Culpepper Connections from Linda Dianne Herring Crompton, e-mail address.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 15A, ED: 182, Image: 514 (3 Jan 1920), Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Carroll W. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 31, M, FL/GA/GA, Farmer
    Kitty W. Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 24, M, GA/GA/GA, Telephone Operator
    Kathlin Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, S, FL/FL/GA
    Karen L. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 5/12, S, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 1/12, S, FL/FL/GA.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 59-12, Sheet 2A, Lines 32-39, Geneva-Oviedo Rd., Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Rent=$15, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, [email protected], FL/GA/GA, Operator/Bus Line & Trucks
    Kitty Wells Culpepper, Wife, F, 34, [email protected], GA/GA/GA
    Khadra A. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 17, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    C. Louise Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    John N. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Vernon M. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA.
  4. The 1930 census record age was for Vernon was transcribed in error. It is actually "3 9/12."

Carolyn Louise Culpepper1,2

F, (6 July 1916 - before 1990)
FatherCarroll Wesley Culpepper (23 Oct 1888 - 25 Nov 1934)
MotherKitty Wells Seig (21 May 1895 - 26 Jun 1990)
Birth*6 July 1916 Carolyn was born at Fleming, Seminole Co., Florida, on 6 July 1916.1,2 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Khadra and Carolyn was listed as a daughter in Carroll Wesley Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.3 
(Daughter) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Khadra, Carolyn and Margaret was listed as a daughter in an unknown person 's household on the 1930 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.1,4 
Married Name2 January 1933  As of 2 January 1933, her married name was David.2 
Marriage*2 January 1933 She married Luther Marshall David on 2 January 1933 at age 16. Luther and Carolyn had three children: Luther Marshall David, Carole Louise David, and Peggy Lynn David.2 
Married Name1952  As of 1952, her married name was Fedders.2 
Marriage*1952 She married Warren G. Fedders at California in 1952.2 
Death*before 1990 She died before 1990.2 
Biography* Loise has inherited the talents of her mother and both grandmothers and developed her skill in the Art Of Cooking. She takes top honors for being the Best Culinary Artist anywhere. Homemaker; Bookkeeper, Seaboard Oil Company; Clerk ACL Railroad Company; hostess, waitress, Owner and Manager of Ormondy House Restaurant, Ormond Beach, Florida. Retired.5 

Family 1

Luther Marshall David (say 1913 - )

Family 2

Warren G. Fedders (17 March 1925 - 24 December 1957)
Last Edited23 January 2008

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 59-12, Sheet 2A, Lines 32-39, Geneva-Oviedo Rd., Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Rent=$15, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, [email protected], FL/GA/GA, Operator/Bus Line & Trucks
    Kitty Wells Culpepper, Wife, F, 34, [email protected], GA/GA/GA
    Khadra A. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 17, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    C. Louise Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    John N. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Vernon M. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA.
  2. E-mail written 2003-2008 to Culpepper Connections from Linda Dianne Herring Crompton, e-mail address.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 15A, ED: 182, Image: 514 (3 Jan 1920), Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Carroll W. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 31, M, FL/GA/GA, Farmer
    Kitty W. Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 24, M, GA/GA/GA, Telephone Operator
    Kathlin Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, S, FL/FL/GA
    Karen L. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 5/12, S, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 1/12, S, FL/FL/GA.
  4. The 1930 census record age was for Vernon was transcribed in error. It is actually "3 9/12."
  5. Khadra Ann Culpepper Ward, Siegs in Eight Generations, Winter Park, Florida: Ward, 1976, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 Si15b.

Carroll Wesley Culpepper Jr.

M, (17 December 1919 - 29 April 2000)
FatherCarroll Wesley Culpepper (23 Oct 1888 - 25 Nov 1934)
MotherKitty Wells Seig (21 May 1895 - 26 Jun 1990)
Name Variation He was also known as Pep.1 
Birth*17 December 1919 Carroll was born at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida, on 17 December 1919.1,2 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Carroll was listed as a son in Carroll Wesley Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.3 
(Son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Carroll, John and Vernon was listed as a son in an unknown person 's household on the 1930 Census at Geneva, Seminole Co., Florida.4,5 
World War II*between 1940 and 1945 He enlisted in Sanford, Seminole Co., Florida, and served in World War II between 1940 and 1945
(1940-1941, Served in Florida National Guard; 1941-1946, Served in U.S. Army. WW II, served in Philippines, Battle of Leyte, 96th Inf. Div. Served in Okinawa, Battle of Okinawa. Was scheduled for invasion of Japan when atomic bomb was dropped, which ended the war. Returned to civilian life in January, 1946.)6,7 
Military service*between 1947 and 1949 January, 1947, enlisted in U.S. Air Corps as Staff Sergeant. Served overseas in Puerto Rico during 1948-1949.6 
Marriage*17 December 1950 He married Sara Jane Poole on 17 December 1950 at age 31.1 
Korean War*between 1951 and 1952 He served in the Korean War between 1951 and 1952
(January, 1951 recalled to Commissioned service in grade of Captain.)8,6 
Military servicebetween 1952 and 1961 Served overseas in Japan, 1955-1959. September, 1961, retired from service in grade of Major. Awards and Decorations: Good Conduct Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Presidential Unit Citation, Asiatic Pacific Theater Service Medal, bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, WW II Victory Medal, American Theater Service Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with two Bronze Stars. National Defense Service Medal.6 
Biography*between 1961 and 1974 1961-1969 worked with Vitro Services, a Division of Vitro Corp. of America, a contractor to U.S. Air Force, Cape San Blas, Florida.1970-1974, worked with Arizona Chemical Company, Panama City, Florida. retired, May 31, 1974.6 
Death*29 April 2000 He died at Panama City, Bay Co., Florida, on 29 April 2000 at age 80.2 
Obituary*30 April 2000 Mr. Carroll Wesley "Pep" Culpepper, 80, of Panama City, died Saturday, April 29, 2000, at a local Hospital. He had been a resident of the area since 1963, settling here after retirement. Mr. Culpepper served in the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force during World War II and in Korea. He retired as a major after 23 years of service. After retiring from the service he worked for Vitro Services at Cape San Blas and the Arizona Chemical Company. He was a member and deacon emeritus of the First Baptist Church of Panama City. Mr Culpepper is survived by his wife of 49 years, Sara Jane Culpepper of Panama City; daughters, Jane Culpepper of Lilburn, Ga., Shirley McConnon and her husband Ed of Acworth, Ga; sons, John Culpepper and his wife Becky of Lynn Haven, James Culpepper and his fiance Anita of Lynn Haven, Charles :Chuck: Culpepper and his wife Karla of Callaway; sisters, Khadra Ward of Winter Park, Margaret Wolcott of Oviedo; a brother, Col. Vernon Culpepper, retired, of San Antonio, Texas; 10 grandchildren: Lisa Whitaker, Tricia Culpepper, Allison and Melissa Culpepper, Jenni McConnon, Alan Culpepper, Cara Culpepper, Taylor, Destree, and Samuel Brown; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, John Culpepper; and a sister, Louise Feders. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 1, 2000, at the Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Craig Conner and the Rev. Bruce Raley officiating. Interment will follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Members of the Tyndall Air Force Base Honor Guard will serve as active pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will include the deacons of First Baptist Church, members of the Willie Carter Sunday School Class and Dr. Bruce Josten. The family will receive friends at the funeral home one hour prior to service time. Kent-Forest Funeral Home, Panama City, Fla. 32402, 2403 Harrison Ave."8 
Burial*circa 1 May 2000 His body was interred circa 1 May 2000 at Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Bay Co., Florida.9 

Family

Sara Jane Poole (12 September 1917 - 17 November 2006)
Last Edited26 April 2010

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2003-2008 to Culpepper Connections from Linda Dianne Herring Crompton, e-mail address.
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 15A, ED: 182, Image: 514 (3 Jan 1920), Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Carroll W. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 31, M, FL/GA/GA, Farmer
    Kitty W. Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 24, M, GA/GA/GA, Telephone Operator
    Kathlin Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, S, FL/FL/GA
    Karen L. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 5/12, S, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 1/12, S, FL/FL/GA.
  4. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 59-12, Sheet 2A, Lines 32-39, Geneva-Oviedo Rd., Geneva, Seminole Co., FL
    Rent=$15, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, [email protected], FL/GA/GA, Operator/Bus Line & Trucks
    Kitty Wells Culpepper, Wife, F, 34, [email protected], GA/GA/GA
    Khadra A. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 17, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    C. Louise Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Carroll W. Culpepper, Jr., Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 7, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    John N. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, Sng, FL/FL/GA
    Vernon M. Culpepper, Son, M, W, 10, Sng, FL/FL/GA.
  5. The 1930 census record age was for Vernon was transcribed in error. It is actually "3 9/12."
  6. Khadra Ann Culpepper Ward, Siegs in Eight Generations, Winter Park, Florida: Ward, 1976, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 Si15b.
  7. 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
    Carrol W Culpepper, White, Single, born 1919 in Florida, residing in Seminole Co., Florida, enlisted as a Private in the US Army on 25 Nov 1940 in Sanford, Florida.
  8. Obituary of Carroll Wesley "Pep" Culpepper (#36338), published 30 Apr 2000 in an unknown newspaper and provided by Linda Crompton.
  9. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Kent-Forest Lawn Cemetery, 2403 Harrison Avenue, Panama City, Bay County, Florida
    ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/fl/bay/cemetery/kent.txt
    + Carroll W. Culpepper, 17 Dec 1919 - 29 Apr 2000, US Air Force, WW II, Korea.

E. C. Culpepper

M, (circa September 1917 - )
FatherJohn Wesley Culpepper (20 Jul 1880 - 20 Dec 1937)
MotherAda (?) (c 1883 - 1928)
Name Variation He was also known as Pete.1 
Birth*circa September 1917 E. was born at Cass Co., Texas, circa September 1917.2 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 E. was listed as a son in John Wesley Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Cass Co., Texas.2 
(Son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 E. was listed as a son in John Wesley Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Cass Co., Texas.1 
Last Edited11 December 2006

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 3, page 9A & 9B, Cass Co., TX
    Rent, Radio=N, Farm=Y
    John Culpepper, Head, M, 49, Wd, TX/TX/TX
    Pete Culpepper, Son, M 12, S, TX/TX/TX.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 37, Sheet 13B, Pg 157, Cass Co., TX
    Own=Y, Farm=Y
    John W. Culpepper, Head, M, 39, M, TX AL AL, Farmer
    Ada (Doss) Culpepper, Wife, F, 37, M, MS MS MS
    Luther Doss, S-Son, M, 18, S, TX GA MS, Laborer-Mill
    Tom Doss, S-Son, M, 16, S, TX GA MS, Farmer
    Lessie M. Doss, S-Dau, F, 14, S, TX GA MS
    Alva Doss, S-Son, M, 12, S, TX GA MS, Laborer-House-Farm
    Gladys Doss, S-Dau, F, 7, S, TX GA MS
    E C Culpepper, Son, M, 2 3/12, sng, TX TX MS
    Robert H. Fretwell, Boarder, M, 73, sng, AL AL AL.

William Leonidas Barron1

M, (23 February 1879 - 9 July 1936)
FatherWilliam B. Barron (s 1849 - )
MotherRuth Ann Bonds (10 May 1844 - 28 Nov 1884)
Birth*23 February 1879 William was born at Haynesville, Claiborne Parish, Louisiana, on 23 February 1879. 
Photographed*say 1901 He was photographed say 1901 at Cass Co., Texas.1
William Leonidas Barron
Marriage*15 December 1903 He married Ruth Ann Culpepper at Cass Co., Texas, on 15 December 1903. The Children of William Barron and Ruth Culpepper were:
     1. Harvey Everett Barron, born 11 Oct 1905 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 4 Aug 1969 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery Marietta, Cass Co., TX. He married 3 Jul 1925 in Cass Co. TX, Bertha Boddie. Bertha was born 19 Feb 1908 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 27 Sep 1992 in Pittsburg, Camp Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Marietta, Cass Co., TX. Her parents were John Wesley Boddie and Elizabeth Jones. Children of Harvey and Bertha:
          1.1 Wesley Lee Barron, born 28 May 1926 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 25 Mar 1987 in Naples, Marion Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Marietta, Cass
          1.2 Elizabeth Jo Barron, born 31 Mar 1928 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 18 Oct 1944 in Hooks, Bowie Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Marietta, Cass Co., TX.
          1.3 James Wesley Barron
          1.4 Virginia Ruth Barron
          1.5 Ennis Everett Barron
          1.6 Carl Harvey Barron
          1.7 Howard Eugene Barron
          1.8 Larry Douglas Barron.
     2. Mary Alice Barron, born 3 Oct 1908, died 30 Sep 1960
     3. Daisy Ruth Barron, born 1 Jan 1912, died 13 Apr 1990
     4. Sallie Mae Barron, born 12 May 1915, died 8 Aug 1981
     5. Ruby Lee Barron, born 31 May 1917, died 5 Mar 1973
     6. Lee Conrad Barron, born 10 Aug 1924, died 9 Oct 1977.2
William & Ruth Ann (Culpepper) Barron
1920 Census*1 January 1920 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Cass Co., Texas.3 
Death*9 July 1936 He died at Marietta, Cass Co., Texas, on 9 July 1936 at age 57. 
Burial*circa 11 July 1936 His body was interred circa 11 July 1936 at Oakridge Cemetery, Marietta, Cass Co., Texas
Biography* The Children of William Barron and Ruth Culpepper were:
     1. Harvey Everett Barron, born 11 Oct 1905 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 4 Aug 1969 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery Marietta, Cass Co., TX. He married 3 Jul 1925 in Cass Co. TX, Bertha Boddie. Bertha was born 19 Feb 1908 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 27 Sep 1992 in Pittsburg, Camp Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Marietta, Cass Co., TX. Her parents were John Wesley Boddie and Elizabeth Jones. Children of Harvey and Bertha:
          1.1 Wesley Lee Barron, born 28 May 1926 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 25 Mar 1987 in Naples, Marion Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Marietta, Cass
          1.2 Elizabeth Jo Barron, born 31 Mar 1928 in Marietta, Cass Co., TX, died 18 Oct 1944 in Hooks, Bowie Co., TX and was buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Marietta, Cass Co., TX.
          1.3 James Wesley Barron
          1.4 Virginia Ruth Barron
          1.5 Ennis Everett Barron
          1.6 Carl Harvey Barron
          1.7 Howard Eugene Barron
          1.8 Larry Douglas Barron.
     2. Mary Alice Barron, born 3 Oct 1908, died 30 Sep 1960
     3. Daisy Ruth Barron, born 1 Jan 1912, died 13 Apr 1990
     4. Sallie Mae Barron, born 12 May 1915, died 8 Aug 1981
     5. Ruby Lee Barron, born 31 May 1917, died 5 Mar 1973
     6. Lee Conrad Barron, born 10 Aug 1924, died 9 Oct 1977. 

Family

Ruth Ann Culpepper (3 March 1885 - 5 November 1953)
Last Edited25 October 2007

Citations

  1. E-mail written Oct 2007 to Lew Griffin from Billy Don Hiles, is a desc/o #36311) Cathy Linda Hower Hiles (Her husband, Haltom City, TX, e-mail address.
  2. E-mail written Oct 2007 to Lew Griffin from Billy Don Hiles, is a desc/o #36311) Cathy Linda Hower Hiles (Her husband, Haltom City, TX, e-mail address.
    source for photo.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 37, Sheet 14B, Pg 158, Pct 3, Cass Co., TX
    Own=Y, Farm=Y
    William L. Barrow, Head, M, 41, M, LA AL GA, Blacksmith-Shop
    Ruth (Culpepper) Barrow, Wife, F, 35, M, TX AL AL
    Harvey E. Barrow, Son, M, 14, S, TX LA TX
    Mary A. Barrow, Dau, F, 12, S, TX LA TX
    Daisey R. Barrow, Dau, F, 8, S, TX LA TX
    Sallie M. Barrow, Dau, F, 5, S, TX LA TX
    Ruby L. Barrow, Dau, F, 3 3/12, S, TX LA TX
    Jim M. Culpepper, Brother-in-Law, M, 50, S, AL AL GA, Farmer.

Laura Elizabeth Culpepper1

F, (28 December 1906 - March 1984)
FatherHoward D. Culpepper2 (Jan 1878 - 26 Oct 1942)
MotherBonnie Gem Maples2 (21 Apr 1886 - 9 Jan 1972)
Name Variation She was also known as Bessie.2 
Birth*28 December 1906 Laura was born at Camilla, Mitchell Co., Georgia, on 28 December 1906.3 
(Daughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Laura and Johnnie was listed as a daughter in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Madison Co., Florida.4 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Laura, Johnnie and Eunice was listed as a daughter in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Taylor Co., Florida.5 
Married Namesay 1924  As of say 1924, her married name was Denmark. 
Marriage*say 1924 She married Oley Thomas Denmark say 1924. 
Death*March 1984 She died at Tampa, Hillsborough Co., Florida, in March 1984 at age 77.3 

Family

Oley Thomas Denmark (18 May 1902 - March 1971)
Last Edited18 December 2004

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002 to Lew Griffin from Robert Kelley.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 90, Sheet 21B, Lines 63-67, Mosley Hall Precinct, Madison Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, md 7yrs, GA/GA/GA, Turpentine Man
    Barney Culpepper, Wife, F, 26, md 7 yrs, GA/GA/GA
    Bessie Culpepper, Daughter, F, 3, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Daughter, F, 2, S, GA/GA/GA
    Inese Culpepper, Sister, F, 13, S, GA/GA/GA (Since Howard's parents were too old to have had a daughter this age, Inese was probably Howard's sister-in-law and not really named Culpepper.).
  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 90, Sheet 21B, Lines 63-67, Mosley Hall Precinct, Madison Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, md 7yrs, GA/GA/GA, Turpentine Man
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, 26, md 7 yrs, GA/GA/GA
    Bessie Culpepper, Daughter, F, 3, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Daughter, F, 2, S, GA/GA/GA
    Inese Culpepper (sic), Sister (sic), F, 13, S, GA/GA/GA (Inez Maples, Bonnie's sister).
  5. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 23A, ED: 166, Image: 1099 (17 Feb 1920), Waylonzo, Taylor Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 41, M, GA/GA/GA
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 32, M, GA/GA/GA
    Jessie Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 11, S, GA/GA/GA
    Spence Culpepper, Son, M, W, 8, S, GA/GA/GA
    Wilson Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, S, GA/GA/GA
    Eunice Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 1/12, S, GA/GA/GA.

Johnnie Irene Culpepper1,2

F, (22 November 1908 - 10 April 2001)
FatherHoward D. Culpepper3 (Jan 1878 - 26 Oct 1942)
MotherBonnie Gem Maples3 (21 Apr 1886 - 9 Jan 1972)
Birth*22 November 1908 Johnnie was born at Madison Co., Florida, on 22 November 1908.4 
(Daughter) 1910 Census15 April 1910 Laura and Johnnie was listed as a daughter in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Madison Co., Florida.5 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Laura, Johnnie and Eunice was listed as a daughter in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Taylor Co., Florida.6 
Married Namesay 1926  As of say 1926, her married name was Kilcrease. 
Marriage*say 1926 She married Lemmie Hiram Kilcrease say 1926. 
Death*10 April 2001 She died at Jacksonville, Duval Co., Florida, on 10 April 2001 at age 92.4 

Family

Lemmie Hiram Kilcrease (say 1907 - 15 January 1950)
Last Edited26 September 2005

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002 to Lew Griffin from Robert Kelley.
  2. E-mail written Sep 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Mary Nell Culpepper Taylor, Jacksonville, Florida, e-mail address.
  3. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 90, Sheet 21B, Lines 63-67, Mosley Hall Precinct, Madison Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, md 7yrs, GA/GA/GA, Turpentine Man
    Barney Culpepper, Wife, F, 26, md 7 yrs, GA/GA/GA
    Bessie Culpepper, Daughter, F, 3, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Daughter, F, 2, S, GA/GA/GA
    Inese Culpepper, Sister, F, 13, S, GA/GA/GA (Since Howard's parents were too old to have had a daughter this age, Inese was probably Howard's sister-in-law and not really named Culpepper.).
  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. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 90, Sheet 21B, Lines 63-67, Mosley Hall Precinct, Madison Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, Head, M, 34, md 7yrs, GA/GA/GA, Turpentine Man
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, 26, md 7 yrs, GA/GA/GA
    Bessie Culpepper, Daughter, F, 3, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Daughter, F, 2, S, GA/GA/GA
    Inese Culpepper (sic), Sister (sic), F, 13, S, GA/GA/GA (Inez Maples, Bonnie's sister).
  6. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 23A, ED: 166, Image: 1099 (17 Feb 1920), Waylonzo, Taylor Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 41, M, GA/GA/GA
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 32, M, GA/GA/GA
    Jessie Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 11, S, GA/GA/GA
    Spence Culpepper, Son, M, W, 8, S, GA/GA/GA
    Wilson Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, S, GA/GA/GA
    Eunice Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 1/12, S, GA/GA/GA.

Spence Culpepper1

F, (circa 1911 - before 2005)
FatherHoward D. Culpepper1 (Jan 1878 - 26 Oct 1942)
MotherBonnie Gem Maples1 (21 Apr 1886 - 9 Jan 1972)
Birth*circa 1911 Spence was born at Florida circa 1911.1 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Spence and Woodrow was listed as a son in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Taylor Co., Florida.1 
Married Namesay 1929  As of say 1929, her married name was McLeod.2 
Marriage*say 1929 She married (?) McLeod say 1929.2 
Death*before 2005 She died before 2005.2 

Family

(?) McLeod (say 1908 - )
Last Edited26 September 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 23A, ED: 166, Image: 1099 (17 Feb 1920), Waylonzo, Taylor Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 41, M, GA/GA/GA
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 32, M, GA/GA/GA
    Jessie Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 11, S, GA/GA/GA
    Spence Culpepper, Son, M, W, 8, S, GA/GA/GA
    Wilson Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, S, GA/GA/GA
    Eunice Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 1/12, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. E-mail written Sep 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Mary Nell Culpepper Taylor, Jacksonville, Florida, e-mail address.

Woodrow Wilson Culpepper1,2

M, (25 September 1914 - 20 January 1989)
FatherHoward D. Culpepper3 (Jan 1878 - 26 Oct 1942)
MotherBonnie Gem Maples3 (21 Apr 1886 - 9 Jan 1972)
Birth*25 September 1914 Woodrow was born at Florida on 25 September 1914.3,2,4 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Spence and Woodrow was listed as a son in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Taylor Co., Florida.3 
(Son) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Woodrow was listed as a son in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Perry, Taylor Co., Florida.5 
Marriage*say 1935 He married Myrtis (?) say 1935.6 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Florida.4 
Divorce*1944 He and Myrtis (?) were divorced in 1944 at Taylor Co., Florida.6 
Marriage*say 1945 He married Ann (?) say 1945.7 
Divorce*1951 He and Ann (?) were divorced in 1951 at Clay Co., Florida.7 
Marriage*5 May 1951 He married Nell Elizabeth Yochem on 5 May 1951 at age 36.8 
Death*20 January 1989 He died at Jacksonville, Duval Co., Florida, on 20 January 1989 at age 74.2,4 

Family 1

Myrtis (?) (say 1917 - )

Family 2

Ann (?) (say 1920 - )

Family 3

Nell Elizabeth Yochem (8 June 1921 - 3 March 2006)
Last Edited7 July 2005

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002 to Lew Griffin from Robert Kelley.
  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
    Woodrow Wilson Culpepper, Cert 4134, Duval Co., FL, White, 25 Sep 1914 - 20 Jan 1989.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 23A, ED: 166, Image: 1099 (17 Feb 1920), Waylonzo, Taylor Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 41, M, GA/GA/GA
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 32, M, GA/GA/GA
    Jessie Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 11, S, GA/GA/GA
    Spence Culpepper, Son, M, W, 8, S, GA/GA/GA
    Wilson Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, S, GA/GA/GA
    Eunice Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 1/12, S, GA/GA/GA.
  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. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 61-1, Sheet 4A, Lines 43-48, 700 Washington St., Perry, Taylor Co., FL
    Rent=$8, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Howard Culpepper, Head, M, W, 52, [email protected], GA/GA/GA, No job, Vet=N
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 43, [email protected], GA/GA/GA
    Wilson Culpepper, Son, M, W, 15, Sng, GA/GA/GA, Helper/Pressing Club
    Eunice Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Nannie Kate Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 10, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Virginia Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 6, Sng, FL/GA/GA.
  6. Florida Department of Health, compiler, Florida Divorce Index, 1927-2001, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/list.aspx?dbid=8837&path=
    Woodwin W Culpepper and Myrtis Culpepper divorced in 1944 in Taylor Co., Florida.
  7. Florida Department of Health, compiler, Florida Divorce Index, 1927-2001, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/list.aspx?dbid=8837&path=
    Woodrow Wilson Culpepper and Ann Culpepper divorced in 1951 in Clay Co., Florida.
  8. E-mail written Sep 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Mary Nell Culpepper Taylor, Jacksonville, Florida, e-mail address.

Eunice Culpepper1

F, (circa November 1916 - before 2005)
FatherHoward D. Culpepper1 (Jan 1878 - 26 Oct 1942)
MotherBonnie Gem Maples1 (21 Apr 1886 - 9 Jan 1972)
Birth*circa November 1916 Eunice was born at Florida circa November 1916.1 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Laura, Johnnie and Eunice was listed as a daughter in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Taylor Co., Florida.1 
(Daughter) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Eunice and Nannie was listed as a daughter in Howard D. Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Perry, Taylor Co., Florida.2 
Married Namesay 1934  As of say 1934, her married name was Waters.3 
Marriage*say 1934 She married (?) Waters say 1934.3 
Death*before 2005 She died before 2005.3 

Family

(?) Waters (say 1913 - )
Last Edited26 September 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    Page: 23A, ED: 166, Image: 1099 (17 Feb 1920), Waylonzo, Taylor Co., FL
    Howard D. Culpepper, HH, M, W, 41, M, GA/GA/GA
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 32, M, GA/GA/GA
    Jessie Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Irene Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 11, S, GA/GA/GA
    Spence Culpepper, Son, M, W, 8, S, GA/GA/GA
    Wilson Culpepper, Son, M, W, 5, S, GA/GA/GA
    Eunice Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 3 1/12, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 61-1, Sheet 4A, Lines 43-48, 700 Washington St., Perry, Taylor Co., FL
    Rent=$8, Radio=N, Farm=N
    Howard Culpepper, Head, M, W, 52, [email protected], GA/GA/GA, No job, Vet=N
    Bonnie Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 43, [email protected], GA/GA/GA
    Wilson Culpepper, Son, M, W, 15, Sng, GA/GA/GA, Helper/Pressing Club
    Eunice Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 13, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Nannie Kate Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 10, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Virginia Culpepper, Dau, F, W, 6, Sng, FL/GA/GA.
  3. E-mail written Sep 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Mary Nell Culpepper Taylor, Jacksonville, Florida, e-mail address.

J. D. McClure

M, (say 1896 - )
Birth*say 1896 J. was born say 1896. 
Marriage*say 1925 He married Janie Culpepper say 1925. 

Family

Janie Culpepper (21 August 1898 - December 1985)
Last Edited16 September 2000

Arthur Culpepper

M, (27 July 1877 - 22 August 1878)
FatherWilliam Henry Culpepper (28 Jul 1841 - 30 Jun 1925)
MotherEllen Nora Biggs (11 Aug 1847 - 5 Oct 1926)
Birth*27 July 1877 Arthur was born at Talbot Co., Georgia, on 27 July 1877.1 
Death*22 August 1878 He died at Talbot Co., Georgia, on 22 August 1878 at age 1.1 
Burial*circa 23 August 1878 His body was interred circa 23 August 1878 at Culpepper Cemetery, Talbot Co., Georgia.1 
Last Edited27 September 2004

Citations

  1. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/talbot/cemeteries/culpepper.txt
    Elisha Culpepper Family Cemetery, Talbot Co., GA
    + Arthur Culpepper, 27 Jul 1877 - 22 Aug 1878.

Ellie B. Culpepper

F, (8 July 1886 - 8 August 1887)
FatherWilliam Henry Culpepper (28 Jul 1841 - 30 Jun 1925)
MotherEllen Nora Biggs (11 Aug 1847 - 5 Oct 1926)
Birth*8 July 1886 Ellie was born at Talbot Co., Georgia, on 8 July 1886.1 
Death*8 August 1887 She died at Talbot Co., Georgia, on 8 August 1887 at age 1.1 
Burial*circa 9 August 1887 Her body was interred circa 9 August 1887 at Culpepper Cemetery, Talbot Co., Georgia.1 
Last Edited27 September 2004

Citations

  1. USGenWeb Archives.
    https://sites.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/talbot/cemeteries/culpepper.txt
    Elisha Culpepper Family Cemetery, Talbot Co., GA
    + Ellie B. Culpepper, 8 Jul 1886 - 8 Aug 1887.