James Richard Lockerman Jr.

Male, #45781

Family

Mary Ellen Culpepper
Last Edited16 Aug 2002

McEver Melvin Allen

Male, #45782, (22 Feb 1913 - 5 Sep 1995)
Birth*22 Feb 1913 He was born on 22 Feb 1913.1 
Marriage*say 1935 He married Gladys Culpepper say 1935. 
Death*5 Sep 1995 He died at Arvada, Jefferson Co., Colorado, on 5 Sep 1995 at age 82.1 

Family

Gladys Culpepper (9 Feb 1917 - 18 Dec 2002)
Last Edited16 Aug 2002

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

James Tichenor1

Male, #45783, (12 Oct 1794 - 8 Mar 1886)
Birth*12 Oct 1794 He was born on 12 Oct 1794 at Nelson Co., Kentucky.1 
Marriage*31 Mar 1814 He married Margaret Bennett at Ohio Co., Kentucky, on 31 Mar 1814 at age 19.1 
Birth of Son11 Nov 1825 His son Dr. Isaac Taylor Tichenor was born on 11 Nov 1825. 
Death of Spouse2 Feb 1865 His wife Margaret Bennett died on 2 Feb 1865 at Taylorsville, Spencer Co., Kentucky.1 
Death*8 Mar 1886 He died at Spencer Co., Kentucky, on 8 Mar 1886 at age 91.1 

Family

Margaret Bennett (16 Sep 1790 - 2 Feb 1865)
Child
Last Edited16 Nov 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Kitchens.

Margaret Bennett1

Female, #45784, (16 Sep 1790 - 2 Feb 1865)
Birth*16 Sep 1790 She was born on 16 Sep 1790 at Virginia.1 
Married Name12 Oct 1794  As of 12 Oct 1794, her married name was Tichenor.1 
Marriage*31 Mar 1814 She married James Tichenor at Ohio Co., Kentucky, on 31 Mar 1814 at age 23.1 
Birth of Son11 Nov 1825 Her son Dr. Isaac Taylor Tichenor was born on 11 Nov 1825. 
Death*2 Feb 1865 She died at Taylorsville, Spencer Co., Kentucky, on 2 Feb 1865 at age 74.1 

Family

James Tichenor (12 Oct 1794 - 8 Mar 1886)
Child
Last Edited16 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Kitchens.

Francis E. Boykin1

Male, #45785, (circa 1814 - after 1870)
Father*James William Boykin2 (c 1792 - 1846)
Mother*Clarissa Ann Owens2 (s 1795 - )
Name Variation He was also known as Frank. 
Birth*circa 1814 He was born circa 1814 at Milledgeville, Baldwin Co., Georgia.1 
Will14 Aug 1846 James and Francis named as executor(s) in the will of James William Boykin at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 14 Aug 1846.3 
Death*after 1870 He died after 1870.1 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited20 Nov 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Doris Ross Johnston.
  2. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Diros Ross Johnston.
  3. Christine Aldridge, Early Miscellaneous Wills, Estates and Administrations of Georgia, Partin Publications, Nacogdoches, TX, 1994, page 59.

Clara B. Boykin1

Female, #45786, (circa 1816 - )
Father*James William Boykin1 (c 1792 - 1846)
Mother*Clarissa Ann Owens1 (s 1795 - )
Name Variation She was also known as Callie. 
Birth*circa 1816 She was born circa 1816.1 
Married Name5 Feb 1844  As of 5 Feb 1844, her married name was Billups.2 
Marriage*5 Feb 1844 She married John R. Billups at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 5 Feb 1844.2 
Will14 Aug 1846 Clara, Ann and James named as heir(s) in the will of James William Boykin at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 14 Aug 1846.3 

Family

John R. Billups (say 1816 - )
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited20 Nov 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Doris Ross Johnston.
  2. Houston, Muscogee, and Talbot Counties, Georgia Marriages, 1826-52, Ancestry.com:
    "John R. Billups and Clara Boykin married 5 Feb 1844 in Muscogee Co., GA. "
  3. Christine Aldridge, Early Miscellaneous Wills, Estates and Administrations of Georgia, Partin Publications, Nacogdoches, TX, 1994, page 59.

Jesse Fulghum1

Male, #45787, (Jan 1844 - )
Birth*Jan 1844 He was born in Jan 1844 at North Carolina.1 
Marriage*circa 1868 He married Mary F. (?) circa 1868.1 
Birth of SonApr 1880 His son Raleigh Fulghum was born in Apr 1880 at North Carolina.1 
Birth of SonJun 1888 His son Eugene Fulghum was born in Jun 1888 at North Carolina.1 
1900 Census*1 Jun 1900 Jesse was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Franklin Co., North Carolina.1 

Family

Mary F. (?) (circa 1851 - )
Children
Last Edited23 Apr 2007

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 38, Page 10A, Lines 24-31, Cedar Rock, Franklin Co., NC (14 Jun 1900)
    Jesse Fulgham, Head, M, Wh, Jan 1844, 56, md-31yrs, NC/NC/NC, Farmer
    Mary F. Fulgham, Wife, F, Wh, Aug 1851, 48, md-31yrs, ch 7/6, NC/NC/NC
    Raleigh Fulgham, Son, M, Wh, Apr 1880, 20, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Eugenia (sic) Fulgham, Son, M, Wh, Jun 1888, 11, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Lela (Fulgham) Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, Dec 1870, 29, wid2, ch 2/2, NC/NC/NC
    Iva Culpepper, Granddaughter, F, Wh, Dec 1893, 6, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Annie Lee Culpepper, Granddaughter, F, Wh, Nov 1896, 3, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Freeman Foster, Servant, M, Black, Mar 1880, 20, sng, NC/NC/NC, Farm Laborer.

Ann Catherine Boykin1

Female, #45788, (16 Mar 1817 - 1 May 1866)
Father*James William Boykin1 (c 1792 - 1846)
Mother*Clarissa Ann Owens1 (s 1795 - )
Birth*16 Mar 1817 She was born on 16 Mar 1817 at Baldwin Co., Georgia.1 
Married Namesay 1835  As of say 1835, her married name was Jones.2 
Marriage*say 1835 She married James R. Jones say 1835.2 
Death of Father1846 Her father James William Boykin died in 1846 at Columbus, Muscogee Co., Georgia.3 
Will14 Aug 1846 Clara, Ann and James named as heir(s) in the will of James William Boykin at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 14 Aug 1846.2 
Death*1 May 1866 She died on 1 May 1866 at age 49.1 

Family

James R. Jones (say 1814 - )
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited16 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Doris Ross Johnston.
  2. Christine Aldridge, Early Miscellaneous Wills, Estates and Administrations of Georgia, Partin Publications, Nacogdoches, TX, 1994, page 59.
  3. Boykin Family Papers, Collected by Eleanor Boykin (#9929) and given to Warren Culpepper, 1983.

Dr. James Owen Boykin Sr.1

Male, #45789, (2 Aug 1821 - 6 May 1901)
Father*James William Boykin1 (c 1792 - 1846)
Mother*Clarissa Ann Owens1 (s 1795 - )
Birth*2 Aug 1821 He was born on 2 Aug 1821.1 
Death of Father1846 His father James William Boykin died in 1846 at Columbus, Muscogee Co., Georgia.2 
Will14 Aug 1846 Clara, Ann and James named as heir(s) in the will of James William Boykin at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 14 Aug 1846.3 
Death*6 May 1901 He died at Dallas Co., Alabama, on 6 May 1901 at age 79.1 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited4 Dec 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Doris Ross Johnston.
  2. Boykin Family Papers, Collected by Eleanor Boykin (#9929) and given to Warren Culpepper, 1983.
  3. Christine Aldridge, Early Miscellaneous Wills, Estates and Administrations of Georgia, Partin Publications, Nacogdoches, TX, 1994, page 59.

Mary F. (?)

Female, #45790, (circa 1851 - )
Birth*circa 1851 She was born circa 1851. 
Married Name Her married name was Fulghum. 
Marriage*circa 1868 She married Jesse Fulghum circa 1868.1 
Birth of SonApr 1880 Her son Raleigh Fulghum was born in Apr 1880 at North Carolina.1 
Birth of SonJun 1888 Her son Eugene Fulghum was born in Jun 1888 at North Carolina.1 
1900 Census1 Jun 1900 Mary was listed as Jesse Fulghum's wife on the 1900 Census at Franklin Co., North Carolina.1 

Family

Jesse Fulghum (Jan 1844 - )
Children
Last Edited23 Apr 2007

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 38, Page 10A, Lines 24-31, Cedar Rock, Franklin Co., NC (14 Jun 1900)
    Jesse Fulgham, Head, M, Wh, Jan 1844, 56, md-31yrs, NC/NC/NC, Farmer
    Mary F. Fulgham, Wife, F, Wh, Aug 1851, 48, md-31yrs, ch 7/6, NC/NC/NC
    Raleigh Fulgham, Son, M, Wh, Apr 1880, 20, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Eugenia (sic) Fulgham, Son, M, Wh, Jun 1888, 11, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Lela (Fulgham) Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, Dec 1870, 29, wid2, ch 2/2, NC/NC/NC
    Iva Culpepper, Granddaughter, F, Wh, Dec 1893, 6, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Annie Lee Culpepper, Granddaughter, F, Wh, Nov 1896, 3, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Freeman Foster, Servant, M, Black, Mar 1880, 20, sng, NC/NC/NC, Farm Laborer.

Burwell Boykin1

Male, #45791, (1752 - 17 Aug 1817)
Father*William Boykin II1 (b 1710 - c 1784)
Mother*Elizabeth Bryant1 (s 1712 - )
Birth*1752 He was born in 1752 at Southampton Co., Virginia.1 
Relocationcirca 1755 He, as a family member, accompanied William Boykin II in relocating circa 1755 at Craven Co., South Carolina; from Southampton Co., VA2 
Biography* Burwell moved with his parents to Camden District, S.C., c. 1755, where on 3/26/1756, a conveyance was made to William Boykin by Ann Sinnexon, formerly Ann Duyett, of 300 acres in Fredricks Township, adjoing lands of Benjamin McKinnie, near Town Creek(Bk. R-R, p. 369). He possessed in a high degree the family qualities of enterprise and sturdy manhood. He too was militant patriot of the Revolution, every ready to respond to the call of Marion, Sumter and other leaders.

He was an eminently successful planter, and acquired a great deal of choice land, in c. 1773 he acquired 400 acres in grants; in 1776 he bought land, the Town Creek tract, to be known as Fredericksburg Town, amounting to 1050 acres, from Major Pierce Butler of Charleston, S.C. for L7300; surrounding his faather's settlement, extending from Town Creek to the lower side of Swift Creek; including the mill on latter stream, now the property of the estate of the late Lemuel Whitaker Boykin II; Hickory Ridge, Swamp, and Stoney Hill plantations. He drew indents of land for military service during the Rev. War, in which he served, 30 days of military duty as 1st Lt. of Mounted Rangers, in his borther Francis Boykin's Co; and he supplied provisions and forage for the continental troops. (History of the Boykin Family, Dr. Edward M. Boykin, 1876; Our Children's Ancestry, Sally Cantey Whitaker Allen, 1935; Royal Grants, 23:652; State Grants, 11:647)

He was elected by the District Easward of Wateree River to serve in the eighth General Assembly (1789-1790). Locally, he served in the following positions: (1774-1775) Vestryman of St. David's (Greg's Old Cheraw, p. 227); in 1795, commissioner to approve of securities offered by the sheriff of Camden District; in 1797, he wa included in a list of persons given exclusive right to open a canal from Pint Tree Creek to the town of Camden; in 1778 and 1779, he served as road commissioner (St. Daavid's journal, P.31.)3 
American Revolution*between 1775 and 1783 He served as a military officer in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783
(DAR Listing: Burwell Boykin, born 1751 in Virginia, died 17 Aug 1817 in South Carolina, married Elizabeth Whitaker, married second, Mary Whitaker, Lieutenant, South Carolina.)1,4 
Biography In 1775, Burwell Boykin was appointed on the "Committee of Observation" for St David's Parish, and took an active part in the Revolution, serving under Marion Sumter, and others, and according to his Daughter Charlotte, was a Lieutenant in his brother Francis' Company of Militia. In 1777 he was a Commissoner of roads on the east side of the Wateree. In 1790, Burwell Boykin was a Member of the State Legislature. He was a most sucessful planter, and acquired an immense area of land south of Camden. In his will he says: "On no pretext whatever... must any portion of my land be sold." A great deal of his property is still in the possession of his grandsons. In 1812 he built his house at Pleasant Hill, still the home of his descendants. His nephew, Dr. Edward M. Boykin, in his sketch, A Record of the Boykins, describes the life at Pleasant Hill; "The stables full of horses, kennels filled with hounds, rooms filled with guests." In 1774 he was a Vestryman of St. David's Parish. In 1782 he married Elizabeth Whitaker, and after her death he married her sister, Mary. She is said to have been a strikingly handsome woman, tall and slender, of a strong character and marked influence. After her husband's death, in 1817, she maintained his house at Pleasant Hill.5 
Marriage*1782 He married Elizabeth Whitaker in 1782.6 
Death of Fathercirca 1784 His father William Boykin II died circa 1784 at Camden, Camden District, South Carolina
Death of Spouse2 Oct 1787 His wife Elizabeth Whitaker died on 2 Oct 1787.6 
Will25 Dec 1791 Francis, Burwell and John named as executor(s) in the will of Samuel Boykin at Kershaw Co., South Carolina, on 25 Dec 1791.7 
Marriage*4 Dec 1793 He married Mary Whitaker at South Carolina on 4 Dec 1793.8 
Biography Burwell married twice, they were both daughters of William Whitaker, a descendant of the Whitaker family of Jamestown, Va., whose member Rev. Alexander Whitaker, the Prophet, baptized Pocahontas, (painting of occasion in rotunda of U.S. Capital) and later performed her wedding ceremony; the first wife, Elizabeth Whitaker, a daughter of Catherine Wiggins Whitaker, was born 9-07-1760, died 10-02-1887 and married in 1782. The second wife, Mary Whitaker, a daughter of Mary (Lenoir ) Whitaker, was born 12-03-1776 and died 10-07-1838, and married in 1792.9 
Biography1812 In 1812 Burwell Boykin built his home "Mt. Pleasant", south of Camden, S.C., in the sand hills. This old country-house was kept by Burwell's widow Mary as a home for her own large family, and a center of hospitality for relatives and friends. The country behind it for sixtymiles was a forest of primeval pine and oak, abounding with deer and other game. The horse, horn, hound and chase held sway, rooms filled with guest; there was plenty everywhere, and enough for all. Her large family of sons living with her, made it sort of an Osbaldistone hall, save the hard drinking, that could not be, for a true high hearted woman held the reins, and a mother and sisiter's influence was over it all. Neighboring estates where occupied by relatives and friends of similar taste and prusuits:the Canteys, Chesnuts, Whitakers, Langs, McRaes, Deas, Hopkins, English and Ancrums. Those were as feudal times touched with chivalry and romance. And a deer hunt in July, or a fox-hunt at Christmas was like a Highland gathering.6 
Will* He made a will

He wrote his will a few days before his death, and Burwell divided his estate among his wife and children. Monetary bequests made by him were in excess of $38,000. a lengthy inventory of his estate lists 288 slaves and shows a property value of nearly $143,000.10 
Death*17 Aug 1817 He died at Camden, Kershaw District, South Carolina, on 17 Aug 1817.11 
Burial*circa 18 Aug 1817 His body was interred circa 18 Aug 1817 at Boykin Cemetery, Camden, Kershaw District, South Carolina. His tombstone says, "He was the father of eleven sons and seven daughters."

This small cemetery lies south of Camden and north of Boykin near the intersection of Boykin Road and Tombfield Road. 

Family 1

Elizabeth Whitaker (7 Sep 1760 - 2 Oct 1787)
Marriage*1782 He married Elizabeth Whitaker in 1782.6 

Family 2

Mary Whitaker (5 Dec 1772 - 7 Oct 1838)
Marriage*4 Dec 1793 He married Mary Whitaker at South Carolina on 4 Dec 1793.8 
Child
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited30 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. Forrest Clark Johnson III, editor, A History of LaGrange, Georgia, 1828-1900, Vols. I & III, LaGrange, Georgia: Family Tree, 1980, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8463 H2j v. 1,3.
    pp 170-172.
  2. David Robert Wooten et al., We All Became Forefathers: Genealogies of the Wooten, Boykin, Whitaker and Broadhurst Families, 1993, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 929.273 W889.
  3. History of the Boykin Family, by Dr. Edward M. Boykin, 1876.
  4. DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
  5. Ancestral Records and Portraits - Virginia, Vol. I, page 48.
  6. Dr. Edward M. Boykin, History of the Boykin Family, 1876.
  7. E-mail written 22 Aug 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Catherine Reuther (A Terry family researcher), Atlanta, GA, e-mail address.
    Typed transcription of the transcription of the will sent to Catherine Reuther by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, SC, in 2007 Kershaw County Wills.
  8. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Kerr/Wooten Extended Families" (DB: brady), Brady Wooten Kerr. <e-mail address>
  9. Quaker Families of the Boykin Family, p.42.
  10. Kershaw Co. (WPA) Inventories, 1782-1823, p. 438-448; Jersgaw Co. (WPA) Wills, 1 (1770-1841), p.245-249).
  11. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    "Kerr/Wooten Extended Families" (DB: brady), Brady Wooten Kerr. <e-mail address>
  12. Brady Wooten Kerr, compiler, e-mail address, Kerr/Wooten Extended Families (DB: brady), Rootsweb: WorldConnect (online family tree), Feb 2006.

Iva Culpepper1

Female, #45792, (Dec 1893 - )
Father*Jasper A. Culpepper (c 1865 - b 1 Jun 1900)
Mother*Lelia Fulghum1 (Dec 1870 - )
Birth*Dec 1893 She was born in Dec 1893 at Franklin Co., North Carolina.1 
1900 Census1 Jun 1900 Iva and Annie was listed as a granddaughter in Jesse Fulghum's household on the 1900 Census at Franklin Co., North Carolina.1 
Last Edited23 Apr 2007

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 38, Page 10A, Lines 24-31, Cedar Rock, Franklin Co., NC (14 Jun 1900)
    Jesse Fulgham, Head, M, Wh, Jan 1844, 56, md-31yrs, NC/NC/NC, Farmer
    Mary F. Fulgham, Wife, F, Wh, Aug 1851, 48, md-31yrs, ch 7/6, NC/NC/NC
    Raleigh Fulgham, Son, M, Wh, Apr 1880, 20, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Eugenia (sic) Fulgham, Son, M, Wh, Jun 1888, 11, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Lela (Fulgham) Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, Dec 1870, 29, wid2, ch 2/2, NC/NC/NC
    Iva Culpepper, Granddaughter, F, Wh, Dec 1893, 6, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Annie Lee Culpepper, Granddaughter, F, Wh, Nov 1896, 3, sng, NC/NC/NC
    Freeman Foster, Servant, M, Black, Mar 1880, 20, sng, NC/NC/NC, Farm Laborer.

Harry Pearson1

Male, #45793

Family

Mary Mallory Culpepper
Last Edited16 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002 & 2003 to Lew Griffin from Mary Mallory Culpepper Pearson (#4524), e-mail address.

Dorothy Wailes Culpepper1

Female, #45794
Father*Albert Lloyd Culpepper M.D.1,2 (24 Nov 1903 - 5 Feb 1988)
Mother*Amelia Mumford Leake1,2 (10 Feb 1911 - 25 Sep 2004)

Family 1

Rev. Malcolm Douglas Girardeau

Family 2

Frederick Buell Buoni Ph.D.
ChartsSampson Culpepper of Wilkinson Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited29 Nov 2004

Citations

  1. E-mail written Sep 2002 to Lew Griffin from Frederick Buell Buoni Ph.D. (#45795), Merritt Island, FL, e-mail address.
  2. Alexandria Daily Town Talk, Alexandria, LA.
    http://www.thetowntalk.com
    Obituary of Amelia Leake Culpepper, 1 Oct 2004.

Frederick Buell Buoni Ph.D.1,2

Male, #45795

Family

Dorothy Wailes Culpepper
Last Edited29 Nov 2004

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002 & 2003 to Lew Griffin from Mary Mallory Culpepper Pearson (#4524), e-mail address.
  2. E-mail written Sep 2002 to Lew Griffin from Frederick Buell Buoni Ph.D. (#45795), Merritt Island, FL, e-mail address.

Nollie Clyde Ogletree

Female, #45796, (13 Aug 1910 - 24 May 2002)
Birth*13 Aug 1910 She was born on 13 Aug 1910 at Harris Co., Georgia. Nollie was the daughter of Enoch Samuel Ogletree and Emmie Caroline Daniel.1,2 
Marriage*say 1931 She married Claud Gray Culpepper say 1931. 
Married Namesay 1931  As of say 1931, her married name was Culpepper. 
Death of Spouse1 Feb 1994 Her husband Claud Gray Culpepper died on 1 Feb 1994 at Forsyth, Monroe Co., Georgia.3,1 
Death*24 May 2002 She died at Forsyth, Monroe Co., Georgia, on 24 May 2002 at age 91.1 
Burial*26 May 2002 Her body was interred on 26 May 2002 at Monroe Hills Memorial Gardens, Forsyth, Monroe Co., Georgia.2 
Biography* Obituary:
FORSYTH - Obituary of Nollie Clyde Culpepper, age 91, died Friday, May 24, 2002. Graveside services will be held at 2 P.M., Sunday, May 26, 2002 at Monroe Hills Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Culpepper was born in Harris County and was a homemaker. She was the widow of the late Claud Gray Culpepper and the daughter of the late Enoch Samuel and Emmie Caroline Daniel Ogletree. She was a member of Paran Baptist Church. Survivors include her children: Carlton Culpepper, Forsyth and Emmie Atkinson, Forsyth; sister: Maryella Turner, Barnesville; grandchildren: Jenny Culpepper, Forsyth, Carl Culpepper, Alpharetta and Jimmy Atkinson, Forsyth; three great-grandchildren: Taylor Atkinson, Ashley Atkinson and Emily Atkinson. Monroe County Memorial Chapel has charge of arrangements.2 

Family

Claud Gray Culpepper (4 Nov 1911 - 1 Feb 1994)
Marriage*say 1931 She married Claud Gray Culpepper say 1931. 
Children
Last Edited8 Dec 2006

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. The Macon Telegraph, Macon, GA.
    http://www.macon.com
    Obituary of Nollie Clyde Culpepper, published 26 May 2002.
  3. Georgia Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1998.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/5426a.htm
    Claud G. Culpepper, d. 1 Feb 1994 at 82 years in Monroe Co., GA; Res. in Monroe Co., GA, 004129.
  4. The Macon Telegraph, Macon, GA.
    http://www.macon.com
    Obituary of Emmie Culpepper Atkinson, published on 8 Dec 2006.

P. M. Calhoun

Male, #45797, (say 1886 - )
Name Variation He was also known as Jake. 
Birth*say 1886 He was born say 1886. 
Marriage*circa 1907 He married Penny Mae Hobbs circa 1907. 

Family

Penny Mae Hobbs (say 1888 - )
Child
Last Edited1 Oct 2003

Penny Mae Hobbs

Female, #45798, (say 1888 - )
Birth*say 1888 She was born say 1888. 
Marriage*circa 1907 She married P. M. Calhoun circa 1907. 
Married Namecirca 1907  As of circa 1907, her married name was Calhoun. 

Family

P. M. Calhoun (say 1886 - )
Child
Last Edited1 Oct 2003

Williams Rutherford Jr.1

Male, #45799, (3 Sep 1818 - 21 Aug 1896)
Father*Williams Rutherford1 (4 Mar 1783 - )
Mother*Elizabeth S. Boykin1 (Nov 1788 - 20 Jul 1837)
Birth*3 Sep 1818 He was born on 3 Sep 1818 at Midway, Meriwether Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Mother20 Jul 1837 His mother Elizabeth S. Boykin died on 20 Jul 1837 at Milledgeville, Baldwin Co., Georgia.2 
Marriage*23 Mar 1841 He married Laura Battaile Cobb at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia, on 23 Mar 1841 at age 22.1 
Death of Spouse16 Oct 1888 His wife Laura Battaile Cobb died on 16 Oct 1888 at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia.1 
Death*21 Aug 1896 He died at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia, on 21 Aug 1896 at age 77.1 

Family

Laura Battaile Cobb (12 Mar 1818 - 16 Oct 1888)
Child
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited17 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Sam R. Bunn Family.
  2. Elizabeth L. Dawson et al., compiler, One Hundred Three Lost or Found Cemeteries of Baldwin County, Georgia, 1814-1999, Milledgeville, Georgia: Mary Vinson Memorial Library, 1999, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. 975.8573 V3d.
    p. 154.

Laura Battaile Cobb1

Female, #45800, (12 Mar 1818 - 16 Oct 1888)
Birth*12 Mar 1818 She was born on 12 Mar 1818 at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia.1 
Marriage*23 Mar 1841 She married Williams Rutherford Jr. at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia, on 23 Mar 1841 at age 23.1 
Married Name23 Mar 1841  As of 23 Mar 1841, her married name was Rutherford. 
Death*16 Oct 1888 She died at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia, on 16 Oct 1888 at age 70.1 

Family

Williams Rutherford Jr. (3 Sep 1818 - 21 Aug 1896)
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Sam R. Bunn Family.

Mildred Lewis Rutherford1

Female, #45801, (16 Jul 1852 - 15 Aug 1928)
Father*Williams Rutherford Jr.1 (3 Sep 1818 - 21 Aug 1896)
Mother*Laura Battaile Cobb1 (12 Mar 1818 - 16 Oct 1888)
Birth*16 Jul 1852 She was born on 16 Jul 1852 at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Mother16 Oct 1888 Her mother Laura Battaile Cobb died on 16 Oct 1888 at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Father21 Aug 1896 Her father Williams Rutherford Jr. died on 21 Aug 1896 at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia.1 
Event-Misc18 Sep 1912 She accompanied Effie Narcissa Boykin on 18 Sep 1912 at Ellis Island, New York; Arrived in the port of NY on the S.S. Carolina, having departed form Liverpool, England 6 days earlier. At this time, she was age 22 and her address was 385 Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta. She was in the company of Mildred Rutherford of Athens, GA (age 61, b 16 Jul 1851), Helen McMahan of Athens, GA (age 20, b Feb 1892), and three 16-year-old girls: Louise Irvin of Savannah, GA (b 21 Jan 1895), Isabel Garrard of Columbus, GA (b 23 Dec 1895), and Ruth Yerbey of Rome, GA (b 8 Aug 1896). Note that Mildred "Millie" Rutherford was Effie's second cousin and the head of the Lucy Cobb Institute in Athens, one of the finest girl's schools in the country.2 
Death*15 Aug 1928 She died at Athens, Clarke Co., Georgia, on 15 Aug 1928 at age 76.1 
Biography* Mildred's mother was the sister of Governor Howell Cobb, her father was a professor of mathematics at the University of Georgia (Franklin College).

Her best works are "The South in History and Literature," "American Authors," "English Authors," and "French Authors." She was historian general of the "United Daughters of the Confederacy" and also prominent in the work of the "Daughters of the American Revolution." She was an able lecturer and as such was much sought after. She was also one of Georgia's most talented educators. She was for many years president of Lucy Cobb Institute at Athens, Georgia, which under her wise management prospered greatly. When she retired from the presidency in favor of her sister, Mrs. Lipscomb, she continued to be a member of the faculty and by her counsel aided greatly to promote the success of the institution in which she felt a just pride and for which she cherished an undying affection.

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A Great Personality - Mildred Lewis Rutherford

It is not exageration to say that no person from the State of Georgia was a greater patriot to the Southland to the Confederacy, and to the state she loved with such devotion than Miss Millie Rutherford.

She was born ten years before the tragedy that fell upon the South, and grew into young womanhood when South was still shrouded in sorrow, and black despair in the days of reconstruction. This environment naturally led to an intense patriotism of the Southland, and the Cause for which the South defended.

Mildred Lewis Rutherford was born in Athens, Ga. July 16, 1850. She was the daughter of Williams Rutherford--who for thirty-five years was Professor of Mathematics in the University of Georgia--and his wife Laura B. Cobb Rutherford, a sister of the Famous Cobb brothers, General Howell, and General Thomas R.R. Cobb of Confederate service.

She graduated from Lucy Cobb Institute in 1868 and twelve years later became a member of the Faculty. From 1880 to 1908 she was either Principal or Co-Principal of the school, and from 1917 to1922 was President. She resigned to devote her time to historical research and writing. Books and pamphlets published by Miss Rutherford have been widely distributed over the country, and one of her addresses was the first address of a woman to be read in congress and published in the Congressional Record. Among her books were "The South in History and Literature;" and "Bible Question Book;" besides "English Authors;" "French Authors;" "American Authors." Publications of later years were the history, "Georgia The Thirteenth Colony," her "Scrap Book, the pamphlet "Where the South Leads and Where Georgia Leads,' and many other
historical papers.

In 1888 Miss Rutherford was elected President of the Memorial Association of Athens, and served as long as she was physically able to hold this office. For a number of years she was Historical General of the Confederate Southern Association. She served the United Daughters of the Confederacy as Historian General for five years. After her term of office she was elected Honorary President of the Organization.

In the early years of the Georgia Division U.D.C from 1901 to1903, Miss Rutherford served as President. Her service as State Historian began in 1896, and later she was elected Historian for life. For twenty-five years, up to the time of hr death, she was President of the Laura Rutherford Chapter U.D.C of Athens.

"Miss Millie" as she was affectionately called by the thousands of Lucy Cobb girls, and by other friends, was ever a devoted daughter of the South and her lectures all over the country, she endeavored to impress the truths of history, and defend the Southland from attacks of unjust criticism.

How she loved our State! With what a caressing, yet inspiring tone did she utter the words "Georgia, My Georgia." No one else could ever thrill an audience like our "Miss Millie!" Her queenly appearance, often in the costume of the Old South, her magnetic charm, her boundless enthusiasm and her Christ-like character never failed to impress the heart and soul of her hearers. She was the idol of the Confederate Veterans.

During the World War with all its activities, "Miss Georgia" as some of us called her, was a tower of strength and she was a leader to the younger generation! She was an example for everything that stood for Service, for God, for home and country!

The Southland was bowed with sorrow at her passing on August 15, 1928 after an illness of more than a year. During this illness her home "The Villa" was burned. She was taken from the burning building, and never learned of the valuable records and priceless historical papers that were lost. Her passing was a great loss to her beloved State.

written by Mrs. Herbert M. Franklin
published in "THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE",OCTOBER-NOVEMBER, 1934.3
 
ChartsWLC / Edward Boykin: Descendant Chart
Last Edited19 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Sam R. Bunn Family.
  2. American Family Immigration History Center, compiler, Ellis Island Records, The Statue of Liberty--Ellis Island Foundation Inc..
    http://www.ellisislandrecords.org/
  3. RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/
    Sam R. Bunn.

Edwina Culpepper

Female, #45802, (after 1937 - before 20 Nov 2000)
Father*David Edward Culpepper (6 Sep 1913 - 20 Nov 2000)
Mother*Bessie Calhoun (22 Sep 1918 - 14 Aug 2002)
Birth*after 1937 She was born after 1937. 
Marriage* She married George Thomas
Married Name Her married name was Thomas. 
Death*before 20 Nov 2000 She died before 20 Nov 2000. 

Family

George Thomas (say 1937 - before 20 Nov 2000)
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Jones Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited17 Aug 2002

George Thomas

Male, #45803, (say 1937 - before 20 Nov 2000)
Birth*say 1937 He was born say 1937. 
Marriage* He married Edwina Culpepper
Death*before 20 Nov 2000 He died before 20 Nov 2000. 

Family

Edwina Culpepper (after 1937 - before 20 Nov 2000)
Last Edited17 Aug 2002

Joel P. Culpepper

Male, #45804, (3 Jul 1887 - 22 Jul 1889)
Father*Joel J. Culpepper (13 Jun 1851 - 30 Jul 1935)
Mother*Sarah C. Gay (23 Feb 1861 - 27 Feb 1930)
Birth*3 Jul 1887 He was born on 3 Jul 1887 at Worth Co., Georgia.1 
Death*22 Jul 1889 He died at Worth Co., Georgia, on 22 Jul 1889 at age 2.1 
Burial*circa 24 Jul 1889 His body was interred circa 24 Jul 1889 at Red Oak Church Cemetery, Doles, Worth Co., Georgia.1 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Jones Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Apr 2004

Citations

  1. Catherine Fussell Wells, compiler, The Complete Cemetery Records of Worth Co., GA (Tallahassee, FL: Rose Printing, 1984) Red Oak Cemetery, Doles, Worth Co., GA:
    Joel P. Culpepper, 3 Jul 1887 - 22 Jul 1889.

James A. Culpepper

Male, #45805, (11 Aug 1885 - 26 Aug 1889)
Father*Joel J. Culpepper (13 Jun 1851 - 30 Jul 1935)
Mother*Sarah C. Gay (23 Feb 1861 - 27 Feb 1930)
Birth*11 Aug 1885 He was born on 11 Aug 1885 at Worth Co., Georgia.1 
Death*26 Aug 1889 He died at Worth Co., Georgia, on 26 Aug 1889 at age 4.1 
Burial*circa 28 Aug 1889 His body was interred circa 28 Aug 1889 at Red Oak Church Cemetery, Doles, Worth Co., Georgia.1 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Jones Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Apr 2004

Citations

  1. Catherine Fussell Wells, compiler, The Complete Cemetery Records of Worth Co., GA (Tallahassee, FL: Rose Printing, 1984) Red Oak Cemetery, Doles, Worth Co., GA:
    James A. Culpepper, 11 Aug 1885 - 26 Aug 1889.

William Prentiss Pearsall1

Male, #45806, (18 Jul 1900 - 8 Aug 1973)
Birth*18 Jul 1900 He was born on 18 Jul 1900.2 
Marriage*say 1930 He married Ione Virginia Culpepper say 1930.3,4 
Residence*1931 Ione and William resided at Lenoir Co., North Carolina, in 1931.3 
Death*8 Aug 1973 He died at Mount Olive, Wayne Co., North Carolina, on 8 Aug 1973 at age 73.2 

Family

Ione Virginia Culpepper (2 Jan 1907 - 15 Jul 1982)
Last Edited22 Jun 2010

Citations

  1. E-mail written Aug 2002 to Lew Griffin from Steve Pearsall (des/o #1226), 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. MyFamily.com Inc. (Original data: Register of Deeds. North Carolina Birth Indexes. Raleigh NC State Archives), compiler, North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8783
    Jane Culpepper and William P Pearsall are the parents of an unnamed Pearsall, born 15 Jul 1931 in Lenoir Co., NC.
  4. Regarding the North Carolina birth certificate for the unnamed child of Jane Culpepper and William Pearsall, on 6 Jun 2010, Sandra Surrett Trimnal wrote: "I am Bettie Lee Pearsall's daughter. She changed her name to Betty Jean Pearsall. She is Ione Virginia Pearsall's daughter."

Edward Sutton Culpepper

Male, #45807, (15 Jun 1914 - 1 Nov 1998)
Father*James Edward Culpepper (15 Oct 1883 - 11 Mar 1956)
Mother*Mary E. Jones (c 1883 - 10 Jan 1970)
Birth*15 Jun 1914 He was born on 15 Jun 1914 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.1 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Guy and Edward was listed as a son in James Edward Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Roper, Washington Co., North Carolina.2 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Edward was listed as a son in James Edward Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Whiteville, Columbus Co., North Carolina.3 
Marriage*8 Jul 1934 He married Mary Shula Stevens at Columbus Co., North Carolina, on 8 Jul 1934 at age 20.4 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in North Carolina.1 
World War II*between 1943 and 1945 He served in World War II between 1943 and 1945
(Private, US Army.)5 
Death of Father11 Mar 1956 His father James Edward Culpepper died on 11 Mar 1956 at Robeson Co., North Carolina.6 
Death of Mother10 Jan 1970 His mother Mary E. Jones died on 10 Jan 1970 at Whiteville, Columbus Co., North Carolina.7 
Death*1 Nov 1998 He died at Whiteville, Columbus Co., North Carolina, on 1 Nov 1998 at age 84.1 

Family

Mary Shula Stevens (19 Sep 1915 - 24 Sep 2006)
Marriage*8 Jul 1934 He married Mary Shula Stevens at Columbus Co., North Carolina, on 8 Jul 1934 at age 20.4 
Children
ChartsHenry Culpepper Jr. of Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited18 Oct 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. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 64, Page 6A, Lines 25-29, Lees Mill Twp, Washington Co., NC (20 Jan 1920)
    Rents home on West Road
    James E. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 37, Md, VA/VA/VA, Foreman/Lumber Mill
    Mary E. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 37, Md, NC/NC/VA
    Guy H. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 15, sng, VA/VA/NC
    Ione V. Culpepper, Daughter, F, Wh, 12, Md, VA/VA/NC
    Edward S.. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 15, sng, VA/VA/NC.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 26, Sheet #1-B, Whiteville, Brunswick, Columbus Co., NC
    Rent=$23, Radio=Y, Farm=N
    J. E. Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 46, md@19, VA/VA/VA, Foreman, Saw Mill, Vet=No
    Mary E. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 46, md@19, NC/NC/NC
    Edward Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 16, VA/VA/NC, Laborer, Saw Mill.
  4. North Carolina State Archives, compiler, North Carolina Marriage Collection, 1741-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8909
    Edward Sutton Culpepper, White, Male, 21, married Mary Shula Stevens, 18, on 8 Jul 1934 in Columbus Co., NC.
  5. 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
    Edward S. Culpepper, born 1914 in Virginia; White; Resided in Columbus Co., North Carolina; Enlisted 29 Nov 1943 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina as a Private in the US Army; Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months; Education: 4 years of high school; Civil Occupation: Engineering Aide (Designated Field) or Sales Clerk; Marital Status: Married.
  6. The Generations Network Inc., compiler, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8908
    James E Culpepper, White, born 1884, died 11 Mar 1956 in Robeson Co., NC.
  7. The Generations Network Inc., compiler, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8908
    Mary Culpepper, Female, White, Widowed, born 1885, died 10 Jan 1970 in Whiteville, Columbus Co., NC.
  8. MyFamily.com Inc. (Original data: Register of Deeds. North Carolina Birth Indexes. Raleigh NC State Archives), compiler, North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8783
    Edward Sutton Culpepper is the father of Mary G Culpepper, born __ 1935 in Columbus Co., NC.
  9. MyFamily.com Inc. (Original data: Register of Deeds. North Carolina Birth Indexes. Raleigh NC State Archives), compiler, North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8783
    Edward Sutton Culpepper is the father of Jerry Gray Culpepper, born __ 1939 in Columbus Co., NC.
  10. MyFamily.com Inc. (Original data: Register of Deeds. North Carolina Birth Indexes. Raleigh NC State Archives), compiler, North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8783
    Edward Sutton Culpepper is the father of Dorothy Jean Culpepper, born __ 1945 in Columbus Co., NC.

James Dillard Culpepper1

Male, #45808, (22 Oct 1917 - 10 Apr 1957)
Father*James Daniel Culpepper1 (1 Jul 1893 - 25 Oct 1978)
Mother*Minnie Belle Foshee1 (23 Sep 1893 - 14 Jul 1930)
Birth*22 Oct 1917 He was born on 22 Oct 1917 at Dubberly, Webster Parish, Louisiana.1,2 
Death of Mother14 Jul 1930 His mother Minnie Belle Foshee died on 14 Jul 1930 at Dubberly, Webster Parish, Louisiana
Marriage*8 Sep 1941 He married Vera Estella Lawrence at Wyatt, Jackson Parish, Louisiana, on 8 Sep 1941 at age 23.1 
World War II*between 1943 and 1944 He served between 1943 and 1944.3 
Death*10 Apr 1957 He died at Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, on 10 Apr 1957 at age 39.1,2 
Burial*circa 12 Apr 1957 His body was interred circa 12 Apr 1957 at Winnfield Cemetery, Winnfield, Winn Parish, Louisiana.1 

Family

Vera Estella Lawrence (2 Feb 1920 - 11 Jan 1999)
Children
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited18 Oct 2008

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002-2008 to Culpepper Connections from Hershel Laroy Culpepper (#45725), Shreveport, LA, 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. In the Service of Our Country, World War II, Winn Parish, LA, posted 27 Mar 2004 on LADATA-L at Rootsweb.com: "Culpepper, James D., parents res. Ruston, LA."

Vera Estella Lawrence1

Female, #45809, (2 Feb 1920 - 11 Jan 1999)
Birth*2 Feb 1920 She was born on 2 Feb 1920 at Winnfield, Winn Parish, Louisiana.1,2 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 Her Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Louisiana.2 
Marriage*8 Sep 1941 She married James Dillard Culpepper at Wyatt, Jackson Parish, Louisiana, on 8 Sep 1941 at age 21.1 
Married Name8 Sep 1941  As of 8 Sep 1941, her married name was Culpepper. 
Death of Spouse10 Apr 1957 Her husband James Dillard Culpepper died on 10 Apr 1957 at Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.1,2 
Death*11 Jan 1999 She died at Provo, Utah Co., Utah, on 11 Jan 1999 at age 78.1,2 

Family

James Dillard Culpepper (22 Oct 1917 - 10 Apr 1957)
Children
Last Edited3 Jan 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002-2008 to Culpepper Connections from Hershel Laroy Culpepper (#45725), Shreveport, LA, 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

Minnie Marjorie Culpepper1

Female, #45810, (17 Oct 1920 - 28 Jul 1984)
Father*James Daniel Culpepper1 (1 Jul 1893 - 25 Oct 1978)
Mother*Minnie Belle Foshee1 (23 Sep 1893 - 14 Jul 1930)
Birth*17 Oct 1920 She was born on 17 Oct 1920 at Ringgold, Bienville Parish, Louisiana.1 
Marriage* She married Marvin Edward Lawrence.1 
Married Name Her married name was Lawrence. 
Death of Mother14 Jul 1930 Her mother Minnie Belle Foshee died on 14 Jul 1930 at Dubberly, Webster Parish, Louisiana
Death of Father25 Oct 1978 Her father James Daniel Culpepper died on 25 Oct 1978 at Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.2 
Death*28 Jul 1984 She died at Winnfield, Winn Parish, Louisiana, on 28 Jul 1984 at age 63.1 

Family

Marvin Edward Lawrence (19 Sep 1917 - 3 Oct 1995)
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited17 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2002-2008 to Culpepper Connections from Hershel Laroy Culpepper (#45725), Shreveport, LA, 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